The Human Resources Office of the Saginaw Chippewa
Indian Tribe handles all recruitment, application and job placement for
individuals interested in seeking employment here. There are a wide variety of
available opportunities. The tribe supports an array of activities similar to
what you find in any municipality, including hotel and gaming enterprises,
governmental services, and educational administration.
There are a wide variety of available opportunities
If you wish to read a synopsis of each division of the Human Resources Office on one page, click
here. Otherwise, you can read about individual divisions through their
links in the menu on the right.
Our goal is to continually update this site with information about open positions. You can telephone
the Job Hotline to find out what's currently available. When you see a job that looks like your
"perfect fit," telephone the employment coordinator to start your application process.
Bookmark this page, since we frequently update our job postings. And we wish you "good hunting" in finding that perfect career opportunity!
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Tribal Life Membership Coverage
The Saginaw Chippewa Benefits Office should have the "Summary of Coverage" for life insurance ready to mail out to policy holders by mid April, and if those policy holders have questions about the summary, please call (989) 775-5770 during regular business hours.
Looking for employment?
Click on the link below to view all currently posted job descriptions and to apply.
If you are a Tribal Member of SCIT please create a profile with your information.
This will allow the Anishinabe Workforce Developer to create a database of all Tribal Members
with their employment and educational history.