About the Tribe

Employment Opportunities



 Current Job Openings:

Chief of Police

Open until filled

SUMMARY: The Chief of Police is responsible for the enforcement
of the codes and ordinances of the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe, for preserving
the public peace, and for protecting life and property. The Chief Plans, organizes, coordinates, prioritizes,
assigns, hires, terminates, disciplines, and evaluates the work of Police
Officers, and Reserve Officers and directs all programs and activities of the
department. Prepares the annual budget
and work plan for the department, reviews operations, makes assignments, and
applies effective law enforcement practices and procedures. Assures proper police and safety standards
are maintained; assures work of department is carried out properly and
effectively. Prepares reports,
summaries, correspondence related to work.
Develops and implements polices for the department. The Chief of Police consults with the Tribal
Administrator and Tribal Council in determining plans and policies to be
observed in the conduct of enforcement operations.

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Tribal Gaming Agent-Part Time

SUMMARY: Candidate performs varied tasks, to protect casino assets and ensure compliance with all approved Internal controls and policies and procedures set for the in the Casinos operations manuals. Observe, document and report all instances of non-compliance. Any tribal gaming experience a plus. Must be able to work days, nights, weekends, holidays and fill-in for vacations or medical leaves, etc., for those shifts as necessary. Must pass a background investigation to receive a tribal gaming license. Work hours as assigned by the Director, requires flexibility in scheduling for evenings, weekends, holidays and special events. Position may require overtime. Minimum 20 hours per week.

Open Until Filled

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Complete all information on the employment application, found on Human Resources page. 


  • Application: The Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe Application for Employment form must be used.  A separate application is required for each position you are applying for.
  • Accuracy: ALL questions must be answered completely and accurately.  You may be disqualified for any false or misleading statements or for omitting information.
  • License: If the position requires a license or certification, list the name of the license or certification and the expiration date.
  • Resume: A resume will not be accepted in lieu of an application.  To write "see resume" on your application is not acceptable.  A resume is required as a part of your application packet.
  • Signature:  Your signature is required.  If the application is not signed, it may be disqualified.

Application packet shall compose of the following:
   1. Cover Letter
   2. Application for Employment
   3. Resume


Mail: HR Department
Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe
PO Box 130
Tokeland, WA 98590
Applications also available with Receptionist

Hiyu maśi

Hiyu maśi means “many thanks” in our native language and is pronounced “hi-yu mah-see.”