Tribal Job Opportunities

Dedicated to excellent service! Our goals are to strive to ensure fair administration of Policies and Procedures throughout the organization and improve and maintain employee morale by encouraging feedback, recognition, and rewards. Our Core values are integrity, professionalism, creativity and involvement, and we strive to treat others with respect, fairness, compassion and encouragement. We value maintaining positive relationships throughout the organization, and we will grow and develop by continuing our education in the field of Human Resources and creating partnerships within the organization.


All positions are open until filled; however, please submit you application to the Human Resource Department, by the deadline indicated for consideration.

The Bishop Paiute Tribe is currently accepting applications for the following positions: (click on title to view full job description)

Department: Administration
Pay Rate:
T-6 $16.48-$23.07/Hr ($34,278.40-$47,985.60/Annually) DOQ - FLSA Status: Non-Exempt - Full-Time

The Administrative Assistant to the Tribal Council under the direction of the Tribal Administrator provides high level clerical/administrative support to the Tribal Council. This position is responsible for attending all Tribal Council meeting and taking accurate minutes, travel arrangements as required by the Tribal Council, coordinating meeting schedules and preparation of Tribal Council informational material for all meetings.


Friday, February 15, 2019 @ 5:00 p.m.

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Department: Head Start
Pay Rate:
T-2 $10.30-$14.42/Hr ($21,424-$29,993/annually) DOQ - FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, Hourly Full Time

The Teacher Aide is responsible to assist the teacher in the classroom in the implementing the education curriculum for the Head Start Program consistent with the Head Start Performance Standards.


Friday, February 15, 2019 @ 5:00 p.m.

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Department: Tribal Police
Pay Rate:
T-6 $16.48-$23.07/hr ($34,278.40 to $47,985.60 annually) DOQ - FLSA Status: Non-Exempt – Full-time

General Duties: Under the general supervision of the Tribal Police Chief, performs a variety of administrative and professional work in assuring compliance with Tribal, State and Federal Law. A Police Trainee is a, non-sworn position. Under close supervision, a Trainee participates in a comprehensive training program at a BIA/IPA approved police academy for a period of approximately 6 months.


Deadline to apply: Open Until Filled.

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Department: Tribal Police Department
Pay Range:
$29.72/Hr ($61,817.60 annually) DOQ

Non-Exempt; Hourly / Regular

Under the general supervision of the Tribal Police Chief, performs a variety of administrative and professional work in assuring compliance with Tribal, State and Federal Law. This is an armed position. Protects and serves residents, visitors, and employees on the Bishop Paiute Indian Reservation through the responsible enforcement of Bishop Paiute Tribal Codes and applicable U.S. Codes.


Deadline to apply: Open Until Filled

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Please visit the tribal office for job descriptions and employment applications.

Employment eligibility criteria for most positions with the Bishop Paiute Tribe includes; Criminal Background Checks and Clearance, Valid Driver’s License and Insurability with the Bishop Paiute Tribe’s Insurance, and submit to and pass a Pre-Employment Drug Screen. Additional requirements may apply to specific positions in accordance with applicable Laws, Regulations, and Funding Agency requirements and may include; Education Verification, Individual Credit Checks, TB Test, Physical Examinations, Fit-For-Duty Tests, etc. Employment Applications must be completed in full and submitted by the deadline date with appropriate documentation in order to be considered for the position.

Indian Preference: Native American Indian prefer ence shall apply pursuant to the prevailing Bishop Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance and the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (24 U.S.C. 450, et seq,) 25 CFR 271.44 and other relevant laws.