Currently open positions with the Puyallup Tribe:
Responsible for Puyallup Tribe of Indians’ land use planning, development permit process and review of inter-governmental projects. Completes planning studies for the Tribe’s Planning & Land Services Department (P & LS). Represents the Tribe in meetings with local, state, and federal government agencies and reviews pending governmental legislation, and provides Tribal Administration with all information gathered from such activities to insure the Tribe’s interests are represented.
Responsible for providing support on assigned projects by the Senior Prosecutor, Assistant prosecutor and Juvenile Presenting Officer. Performs moderately complex administrative and clerical duties to support individuals or relieve and assist department staff of administrative details.
Assist departmental staff with complex and confidential administrative work for the Puyallup Nation Housing Authority. Assist with the coordination of the Housing Board of Commissioners’ meetings. Disseminate information and help explain policies & procedure through various communication methods. Meets and greets customers at the front desk, answers phones and maintains copy and break room to ensure supplies and materials are stocked and tidy.
The Fish Hatchery Specialist II works under the direction of the Puyallup Tribal Fisheries to perform technical, maintenance and operational work for the department.
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.
POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for performing moderate level general office support to the department assigned. This position is expected to apply fundamental concepts, including intermediate math, reading and the ability to follow verbal or written instructions; understand that workflow may include occasional interruptions and/or conflicting priorities. Deadlines may be daily, weekly or monthly and are generally directed by the supervisor.
Responsible for planning, organizing, and directing assigned ICW/Child Welfare cases within the Prosecutor’s Office and serves as the Assistant Prosecutor/Juvenile/ICW and Child Welfare Presenting Officer for the Tribe.
The Tribal Administration HR Department is looking for Tribal Members interested in taking part in an Internship Program in our 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 Resource Department.
Serves as hearing judge for the Puyallup Tribal Court in accordance with the tribal Judicial
Administrative Code. The term of the Associate Judge shall be three (3) years from the date of
appointment by the Tribal Council. A judge may be reappointed at the expiration of a term in the
discretion of the Tribal Council.
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.
POSITION SUMMARY :
The position is for an attorney to advise and represent the Tribal government on various issues
regarding Indian child welfare and the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Assorted temporary postions which can change on a monthly or seasonal basis.