We aim to create a team of individuals with diverse skill sets, ideologies and backgrounds, and we support our staff in every way possible. We encourage personnel to utilize their own talents to successfully reach each individual position’s objectives and goals. We do this by encouraging creative freedom and the sharing of ideas to move projects forward. We have high expectations from our team, but we also provide unfailing support to help them consistently achieve success. Through various workplace benefits, we invest in our employees and encourage and support their continued growth and success.
We anticipate and embrace change. We understand the opportunities and challenges in our field and do not shy away or back down from challenges. Change and determination allow our organization and employees to grow, and both qualities further our efforts as well. With that, we understand and value the importance of teamwork and collaboration in surviving and thriving through times of change.
We uphold a high level of integrity in every organizational decision and adhere to the traditional values and customs of our ancestors and embrace the many cultures of the Great Plains tribes. We work hard to serve our tribal stakeholders with our mission always in mind and the expectation that we will act by emulating and upholding the grace and wisdom of our ancestors.
No matter what position you’re in, your career at GPTCHB will allow you to make a difference in the lives of the tribal members of the 18 communities we serve. Along with the opportunity for advancement, we offer a variety of benefits including:
- Flexible scheduling;
- Paid physical activity/wellness time each day with workout equipment available;
- Paid sick, vacation, holiday and jury duty leave;
- An infant-at-work program;
- A health benefits package;
- A retirement plan with an employer match;
- Paid volunteer time.
*Benefits vary for part-time and temporary positions.
For more information on our benefits package contact Human Resouces at 605-721-1922 or [email protected].
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