Job Listings

Currently open positions with the Puyallup Tribe:

  • LEAD TEACHER

    Plans and executes an early care education program in accordance with the center's educational goals and philosophy to positively guide children's behavior and development and to create a safe, healthy, and culturally appropriate learning environment for young children. Creates and plans developmentally appropriate learning experiences in the areas of cognitive, gross and fine motor, social and self-help, emotional, and communication skills.

  • CIGAR & SPORTS LOUNGE MANAGER

    This position oversees management of overall operations of a 132 seat Cigar & Sports Lounge playing a key role in creating a fun and memorable social experience for guests. Creates a bar atmosphere that attracts a variety of guests; responsible for advertising, promotions and marketing programs that appeal to the customer profile for a Cigar & Sports Lounge in Fife. Works with the community to publicize the Cigar & Sports Lounge through various activities and events. Operates the facility in a profitable manner ensuring the health, safety and well-being of patrons and staff by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors.

  • COURT FILE CLERK

    Responsible for filing all Court files not being utilized into their proper location consistent with the Court’s filing system.

  • CORRECTIONAL OFFICER

    DISCLAIMER:
    POSITIONS ARE GRANT FUNDED

    Provides care and custody of inmates and maintains order and discipline among the inmates within the Puyallup Tribal Restorative Correctional Facility, a minimum-security facility, by enforcing the standards, rules and regulations governing the operations of the detention/correctional facility and programs, and the confinement, safety, health and protection of inmates.

  • COMPLIANCE AUDITOR

    This position directs and oversees all the financial activities of the Puyallup Tribal Housing Authority. The person in this position will be responsible for providing assurances that internal and external regulations are being followed and all actions of the Housing Administration are in compliance. This person will monitor grants, contracts, procurement of goods and construction services. They will also implement a self-monitoring program per the HUD guidelines and provide additional accounting services in the absence of the staff accountant.

  • EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SPECIAL PROJECTS

    Develops the Puyallup Tribe’s Economic Development Strategic Plan in line with the vision, mission, and goals of the Puyallup Tribal Council to provide economic diversity within the parameters of job creation and employment opportunities for tribal members, lessen federal dependency, and to strengthen the economic independence of Puyallup Indian Reservation through economic diversification. The Strategic Plan will establish priorities for tribal goals and objectives, implementing a plan of action and projects in line with an investment portfolio, and an economic development budget. The priorities will be developed in balance with public and private sectors in the creation of an economic road map.

  • EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

    Provides administrative support of a highly complex and responsible nature to highest level executive or group of executives. Including an executive team appointed by tribal council to trouble shoot and develop projects, as assigned.

  • POLICE OFFICER

    Responsible for the enforcement of all tribal laws and regulations which shall include both land and marine areas which are under tribal jurisdiction. The police officer should possess understanding of sovereignty, tribal regulations and the need for their enforcement.

  • EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF CHILDREN’S SERVICES

    Coordinates direct services to children and families. Manages the Puyallup Tribe of Indians Child Placement Agency and related components, i.e. CPS, Family Preservation Services, Independent Living Services and Masters Level oversight for CWS. Balances the need to make decisions that are in the best interests of Tribal children with facilitating reunification efforts for Tribal families.

  • ATTENTION PUYALLUP TRIBAL MEMBER STUDENTS: ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

    The Tribal Administration HR Department is looking for Tribal Members interested in taking part in an Internship Program in the Accounting Department working with DAP Services, Inc. Anyone interested should submit an application, resume of previous work experience and/or education, a one page personal statement as to why you are interested in this program, and a copy of your transcripts to the Human Resources Department.

  • ON- CALL TEACHER’S ASSISTANT

    Assists in the care and early education of children (birth to age 5) and school age children at the Grandview Child Care Center. Creates and maintains a safe, healthy, and culturally appropriate learning environment for young children.

  • ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

    (This is a Grant-Funded Position) Position is subject to funding.

    POSITION SUMMARY:
    Works with the Executive Director to ensure proper supervision of Children’s Services staff and tasks. Directly oversees staff in Child Protective Services (CPS), Family Preservation Services (FPS) and Independent Living Skills (ILS) units. Supports the Department’s philosophy of balancing the need to make decisions that are in the best interests of Tribal children with facilitating reunification efforts for Tribal families.

  • PER CAPITA ATTORNEY

    POSITION SUMMARY:
    Provide Legal advice and representation to the Per Capita and Representative Payment Program.

  • TRIBAL CODE WRITER

    POSITION SUMMARY:
    Under the general supervision of the Tribal Council, this position conducts research and interviews to gather information for documenting policy and procedure manuals for departmental operations for all entities within the Tribe by performing the following duties. Provides advice to the Tribal Government, the Tribal Council, and various departments and programs of the Tribe to ensure Code, Ordinances, Resolutions, are in compliance with the Tribe’s Constitution and By-Laws and implements the directives of the Tribal Council and Government.

  • ON CALL SECURITY OFFICER

    NOTE: THIS IS A PART-TIME POSITION – MAXIMUM 20 HOURS PER WEEK

    POSITION SUMMARY:
    Responsible for protection and security of the Puyallup Tribal buildings and property. Reports all incidents in writing to the Security Manager and any criminal activity to both the Security Manager and the Puyallup Tribal Police Department.

  • Temporary Positions

    Assorted temporary postions which can change on a monthly or seasonal basis.