The Seneca Nation of Indians has a diverse job market which
includes employment opportunities at all three casinos Seneca
Allegany, Seneca Niagara and Seneca Buffalo Creek, including
opportunities within the Nation as well; positions range from
maintenance and custodial to management and executive positions, as
well as a number of positions that exist at Seneca Enterprises. The
Nation's enterprises generate revenue that subsidizes their own
payroll and overhead, as well as that of the other Seneca Nation
departments and programs.
Please check back regularly for employment opportunities. If you
have questions about employment opportunities at the Cattaraugus
Territory, please contact the Seneca Nation at (716) 532-4900, for
questions about employment opportunities at the Allegany Territory,
please contact the Seneca Nation at (716) 945-1790.
SNI Employment Application (pdf)
Responsible for answering all incoming, out-going and intra-system calls. Greets and directs visitors to appropriate person or location.
High School Graduate or Equivalent. Knowledge of MS Office, especially Word and Excel. Must have a courteous and have pleasant phone personality. Some evening and weekends may be required. Background clearance required in accordance with the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act.
Together with other members of the teaching team, provide a quality education program for children. Attend and complete all required appropriate program workshops and training. Obtain certificate in emergency first aid and CPR for appropriate age level, CPS reporting requirements, and serving children with special needs training.
High School Graduate or Equivalent plus one (1) year previous experience in Early Childhood program or willingness to enroll in such courses. Knowledge of Seneca Culture preferred. Background Clearance is required. Position is subject to pre-employment and random drug screens.
Bus Driver (1FT Seasonal)
In accordance with SNI Personnel Policy, a Bus Driver will operate a school bus on a regular schedule, transporting Preschool and Day Care children on scheduled runs. Assume responsibility for the safety of the passengers at all times.
High School Graduate or Equivalent. Valid NYS driver’s license. Must be 21 years of age and possess a CDL license with School Bus Endorsement. Must have a clean driving record. Possess basic working knowledge of the Head Start Program. Must have excellent people skills and be able to deal with small children. Possess the ability to work as a team member. Previous bus driving experience preferred. Background Clearance Required.
Chief Financial Officer (1FT)
Develops, plans, directs and amnages the financial operations including billing for the non profit public health organization. The CFO works closely with the Chief Operating Officer (COO) as well as the Health Commision and other Chief Officers and Administration. The CFO oversees and supervises Finance, Business Office and Contract Health Department. Reports directly to the COO.
Graduate degree from an accredited college or university in Finance, MBA, or CPAA strongly preferred, but not required. At least 5 years experience in management/supervision in financial management in healthcare including third party reimbursement mechanisms and Federal guidelines regarding budget and financing. Knowledge of Indian Health Services financial process helpful.
Under the direction of the Wellness Coordinator, provides exceptional customer service and maintains the safety and well being of all persons using the facility. Conducts orientations, fitness assessments and personal training sessions.
High School Diploma/Equivalent. Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects. Be physically capable to perform activities that require considerable use of your arms and legs and moving your whole body, such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling of materials. Must be certified in First Aid, CPR & AED. Personal Trainer certification or similar certification required. One to three years experience.
Position is subject to pre-employment and random drug screens. Background investigation will be conducted in accordance with the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act.
Tourism/Marketing Development Coordinator (1FT)
Responsible for the development, creation, research, and execution of tourism/marketing development for the Seneca Nation. Identifies and coordinates resources for package/itinerary development, marketing partnerships, and promotional events. Working with the community, organizes trade show itineraries, materials, staffing and assumes plenary responsibility for show coverage. This position focuses heavily on sales and marketing activities designed to establish and promote Seneca Nation enterprises, developments, as well as the Nation as a tourism destination in NYS. Regular travel throughout the region is required.
Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Business Management, Hospitality or related field with three to five years' experience in a tourism/marketing related position. Must have demonstrated knowledge of the tourism industry, marketing and the regional market; must have excellent understanding of cultural tourism issues/concepts. Excellent oral and written communication skills; proficient at MS Office. Capable of working independently; reliable and self-motivated. Must possess a valid driver's license. Able to work variable hours and travel as required.
Recreation Leader (8FT Seasonal)
Conducts recreational activities at the Nation or area community facilities and coordinates participant involvement, assist supervisory personnel in planning and coordinating activities, demonstrations or other events.
High School graduate or equivalent. A minimum two (2) years related experience working with youth. Must be physically able to perform essential job functions. Possession of valid NYS driver’s license is preferred. Must be able to pass a background/criminal history clearance as mandated by Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act. Position is subject to pre-employment and random drug screens.
Provides a variety of clerical duties to expedite work flow of the department. Provides administrative support to the department such as flow of communication, correspondence, record keeping and budget monitoring.
Associate’s Degree in Secretarial Science or Office Management. Two years secretarial experience. Must be computer proficient in word processing and spreadsheet applications. Knowledge of Accounting and Bookkeeping necessary.
Gift Shop Inventory Manager (1FT/PERM)
Under the supervision of the Museum's Gift Shop/Finance Manager, responsible for the daily maintenance of the Gift Shop's merchandise inventory, reports and overall management of the register's Quick Books software program. Provides a variety of education experiences and customer services for visitors to the Seneca-Iroquios National Museum.
High School gradute or equivalent. Knowledge of Quick Books software
Director of Behavioral Health (1FT)
Develops, plans, directs and manages the programs, policies and activities of the behavorial health services department in a multi-site enviroment which includes but is not limited to mental health, chemical dependency program and related clinics by performing the following duties personally through subordinate managers to achieve SNHD behavorial health services objectives. The incumbent is accountable for the development and growth of a comprehensive behavioral health program encompassing all settings throughout the organization. Responsible for managing and directing mental health and chemical dependency services to most efficiently utilize existing resources and facilities.
Mater's Degree in Human Services, i.e. (Psychology, Social Work or Counseling) or other health clinically-related area and seven (7) years of broad based behavorial health, patient care delivery or behaviorally-related clinical experience four (4) of which must be at the clinical management level; and/or equivalent combination of education and experience. In depth understanding of the behavorial health and chemical dependency and mental health delivery system with significant knowledge, understanding and application of scope practice, behavorial health and other clinical practice trends, various models for care delivery, technological changes, processes and assessments, protocols/standards of care to maximize outcomes and minimize costs.