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Job Openings Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri in Kansas and Nebraska
305 North Main Street
Reserve Kansas 66434

Chief of Police The Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri in Kansas and Nebraska are currently accepting applications for the Chief of Police. The Chief of Police is responsible for the enforcement of laws and the protection of life and property on land within the jurisdiction of the Sac and Fox Nation. The Sac and Fox Police Department consists of six full time Law Enforcement Officers and an Administrative Assistant. The Sac and Fox Nation is a federally recognized Indian Tribe with Reservation located in both Kansas and Nebraska and a Casino and Truck Stop located on Highway 75. The Chief of Police will be responsible for the administration of the department budgets and grants.

Gaming Commissioner, Full Time (Non-Exempt) position, Benefits Included The Gaming Commissioner regulates gaming operations in accordance with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, Tribal/State Gaming Compact, as well as the Tribal Gaming Ordinance and other applicable laws. Other duties include processing paperwork, licensing gaming/casino employees and non-gaming vendors, enforcement of procedures and assurance of confidentiality of records with the Gaming Commission as required by law. This position is a two (2) year appointed position and requires a High School diploma or GED certificate and three (3) or more years of experience working for Indian gaming preferred. The appointed Gaming Commissioner will complete a Category 1 background check.

Tribal District Judge The Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri in Kansas and Nebraska has a vacancy in the position of Tribal District Judge. The Tribal District Judge is appointed to a six-year term by the Tribal Council and hears all cases brought in the Nation’s Tribal District Court, including but not limited to Juvenile, Criminal and Civil cases. The Tribal District Judge also provides administrative oversight to the Court and provides supervision to the Court Clerk, Administrator and Probation Officer. The Tribal District Judge conducts hearings at least one day per month, but possibly more depending on case load. Preferred Qualifications include experience as a Tribal Judge or practice of Indian law, familiarity with Federal Indian law and policy, and experience working with a tribal community. Minimum requirements for the position are that the Judge shall: (a) Be either: (1) An enrolled member of the Tribe; or (2) The parent, child or spouse of an enrolled member of the Tribe; or (3) Actually domiciled within the territorial jurisdiction of the Tribe; or (4) An attorney; or (5) A lay advocate who has regularly practiced before the Sac and Fox Tribal Court as a member of the Bar of the Court for a period of five (5) years or more; or (6) An Indian graduate of an American Bar Association approved Law School, or a Paralegal program approved by the Supreme Court. (b) Have demonstrated moral integrity and fairness in his or her business, public and private life. (c) Have never been convicted of a felony or an offense punishable by banishment, whether or not actually imprisoned or banished, and have not been convicted of any offense, except traffic offenses, for a period of two (2) years next preceding his or her appointment. (d) Have regularly abstained from the excessive use of alcohol and any use whatsoever of illegal drugs or psychotoxic chemical solvents. (e) Be not less than twenty-five (25) years of age. (f) Not be a member of the Tribal Council or the holder of any other elective Tribal Office of the Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri, provided, that a candidate who is a member of the Tribal Council, or the holder of some other elective Tribal Office, may be confirmed as a Judge subject to his or her resignation. Tribal District Judge is a Contract/Exempt position. Compensation is negotiable depending on experience and qualifications. To apply or nominate a candidate, submit a letter of interest, resume, writing sample and three (3) references to: Gary Bahr gbahr@sacandfoxcasino.com, Tribal Secretary, 305 North Main Street, Reserve, Kansas 66434.

Associate Justice of the Tribal Supreme Court (Two Openings) The Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri in Kansas and Nebraska has two vacancies for the position of Associate Justice of the Tribal Supreme Court. Associate Justices of the Supreme Court are appointed to staggered terms. Thus, one position is for an initial appointment to a term of four years and the other position is for an initial appointment to a term of six years. The Associate Justices of the Supreme Court hear appeals from the Tribal District Court, prepare appropriate orders, keep appropriate records and perform any of the duties and powers of a Tribal District Judge in appropriate cases. Hearings and arguments are held on an as-needed basis. Preferred Qualifications include experience as a Tribal Judge or practice of Indian law, familiarity with Federal Indian law and policy, and experience working with a tribal community. Minimum requirements for the position are that the an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court shall: (a) Be either: (1) An enrolled member of the Tribe; or (2) The parent, child or spouse of an enrolled member of the Tribe; or (3) Actually domiciled within the territorial jurisdiction of the Tribe; or (4) An attorney; or (5) A lay advocate who has regularly practiced before the Court as a member of the Bar of the Court for a period of seven (7) years; or (6) An Indian graduate of an American Bar Association approved law school, or a paralegal program approved by the Supreme Court; and (b) Have demonstrated moral integrity and fairness in his business, public and private life; and (c) Have never been convicted of a felony or an offense punishable by banishment or involving moral turpitude, whether or not actually imprisoned or banished, and have not been convicted of any offense, except traffic offenses, for a period of five (5) years next preceding his or her appointment.; and (d) Have regularly abstained from the excessive use of alcohol and any use whatsoever of illegal drugs or psychotoxic chemical solvents; and (e) Be not less than thirty (30) years of age; and (f) Not be a member of the Tribal Council or the holder of any other elective Tribal Office of the Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri, provided, that a candidate who is a member of the Tribal Council, or the holder of some other elective Tribal Office, may be confirmed as a Judge subject to his or her resignation.; and (g) If less than fifty (50) years of age, have completed at least sixty (60) semester credit hours at an accredited college or university, or at least four (4) years of previous experience. Associate Justice of the Tribal Supreme Court is a Contract/Exempt position. Compensation is negotiable depending on experience and qualifications. To apply or nominate a candidate, submit a letter of interest, resume, writing sample and three (3) references to: Gary Bahr gbahr@sacandfoxcasino.com, Tribal Secretary, 305 North Main Street, Reserve, Kansas 66434.

Chief Justice of the Tribal Supreme Court The Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri in Kansas and Nebraska seeks applicants for the position of Chief Justice of the Tribal Supreme Court. The position is for an initial appointment to a term of two years. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court hears appeals from the Tribal District Court, prepares appropriate orders, keeps appropriate records, provides administrative oversight and performs any of the duties and powers of a Tribal District Judge in appropriate cases. Hearings and arguments are held on an as-needed basis. Preferred Qualifications include experience as a Tribal Judge or Justice, practice of Indian law, familiarity with Federal Indian law and policy, and experience working with a tribal community. Minimum requirements for the position are that the an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court shall: (a) Be either: (1) An enrolled member of the Tribe; or (2) The parent, child or spouse of an enrolled member of the Tribe; or (3) Actually domiciled within the territorial jurisdiction of the Tribe; or (4) An attorney; or (5) A lay advocate who has regularly practiced before the Court as a member of the Bar of the Court for a period of seven (7) years; or (6) An Indian graduate of an American Bar Association approved law school, or a paralegal program approved by the Supreme Court; and (b) Have demonstrated moral integrity and fairness in his business, public and private life; and (c) Have never been convicted of a felony or an offense punishable by banishment or involving moral turpitude, whether or not actually imprisoned or banished, and have not been convicted of any offense, except traffic offenses, for a period of five (5) years next preceding his or her appointment.; and (d) Have regularly abstained from the excessive use of alcohol and any use whatsoever of illegal drugs or psychotoxic chemical solvents; and (e) Be not less than thirty (30) years of age; and (f) Not be a member of the Tribal Council or the holder of any other elective Tribal Office of the Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri, provided, that a candidate who is a member of the Tribal Council, or the holder of some other elective Tribal Office, may be confirmed as a Judge subject to his or her resignation.; and (g) If less than fifty (50) years of age, have completed at least sixty (60) semester credit hours at an accredited college or university, or at least four (4) years of previous experience. Chief Justice of the Tribal Supreme Court is a Contract/Exempt position. Compensation is negotiable depending on experience and qualifications. To apply or nominate a candidate, submit a letter of interest, resume, writing sample and three (3) references to: Gary Bahr gbahr@sacandfoxcasino.com, Tribal Secretary, 305 North Main Street, Reserve, Kansas 66434.

The Tribal Court Positions are also held to the Tribal Code Sections, they can be downloaded for review here:
Tribal Code - District Judge
Tribal Code - Supreme Court Justice

These are full time positions with benefits, generally working a 4 day work week Monday through Thursday (unless otherwise noted). Compensation DOE. Open until filled. More information and applications can be obtained at the Sac and Fox Tribal Office, 305 N. Main, Reserve KS (Mon.-Thurs.) or call 785-742-7471, ext. 2500. Provide cover letter, resume and completed employment application addressed to Human Resources Dept. at above address or fax to 785-742-3785.