Welcome to the UAIC Career Center!
As an organization, we are dedicated to improving the welfare of our tribal members, our employees, and the surrounding community at large. We balance preservation of our history and culture with planning for the security of our future. This allows the opportunity for employees to be innovative and forward-thinking while working in an environment that respects tradition, and to contribute in a meaningful way to our various government departments and economic enterprises. Whether you have a passion for finance or human resources, for historic preservation, information technology, or government administration, we can assure you that we will do our best to provide you with a path to success. Our value proposition goes beyond a career – we offer training opportunities, growth and development, and most of all, fulfillment and satisfaction. We have a wide array of benefits that will fit your lifestyle and provide true value to you and your family. Because your success is our success!
Description: Under general supervision and guidance of the school’s Principal, the incumbent utilizes current school curriculum and develops scope of instruction to serve all students on multi-subjects and multiple levels. Performance will be evaluated by the Principal through direct observation, assessment data, adherence to established policies and achievement of performance standards. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: Under the general supervision of the Lands Manager, the Lead Lands Technician is responsible for providing assistance in mitigating the potential impacts of wildland fires and preventing environmental damage while protecting endangered and cultural species and their habitat on tribal land holdings. This includes maintaining and properly clearing the lands, following environmental requirements and fire safe measures. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: Under general supervision, the Administrative Assistant must perform a variety of complex logistical, secretarial, administrative and graphic design duties to support the Operations department, the Senior Committee Liaison and Tribal Committees. This includes assisting with the logistical coordination and planning of committee meetings, special events and activities for UAIC. The Administrative Assistant also oversees the production and design of the monthly Tribal Times newsletter and creates flyers and other publications. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: Under the general supervision of the Facilities & Maintenance Manager, the F&M Technician II performs proactive and reactive repairs and maintenance to buildings and grounds, including but not limited to, plumbing repairs, light electrical repairs, overhead lighting repairs, office furniture repairs, drywall repairs, painting, flooring repairs, light HVAC repairs, grounds work and other disciplines as needed. The F&M Technician II must exercise good judgment and be able to operate a full range of tools and mechanical equipment related to the performance of the job. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director of Tribal Gaming Agency, the Administrative Assistant learns and performs a variety of general office work. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: Under the direct supervision of the Director of Information Technology, the Network Administrator is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining software, systems, applications, security, and network configurations. The Network Administrator performs administration tasks and develops security policies and procedures to ensure networks are functioning properly and efficiently to support UAIC’s business needs. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: The Cultural Regulatory Assistant works with the Cultural Regulatory Specialist or Manager to facilitate the consultation process between UAIC and outside agencies. The Cultural Regulatory Assistant regularly sorts and enters communications from State and local agencies into UAIC’s electronic formats and is responsible for tracking and following up on these communications. This position also may coordinate consultation meetings and site visits to ensure that UAIC’s preferences for preservation and culturally appropriate treatment of tribal cultural resources and natural resources are enforced. (Please click job title for full description)
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The United Auburn Indian Community exercises a policy of tribal employment preference. It is UAIC’s intent to employ qualified Native Americans or others who possess an awareness and keen appreciation of Indian traditions, customs, and socio-economic needs.
Marijuana is still classified as an illegal drug under federal law! The UAIC Tribal government continues to enforce its policies prohibiting the use, possession, solicitation, and sale of illegal drugs, including marijuana. Violation of these policies may lead to corrective action up to and including termination, or denial of employment.