Human Resources Office
Strengthen tribal government and sovereignty by assisting and supporting tribal departments with attracting and retaining a qualified, motivated and diverse workforce to promote tribal unity and to maintain cultural identity.
The goal of the Human Resources Office is to ensure a respectful, positive, productive work environment for all tribal employees. The office strives to instill in each new employee the Tribe's values of honor and respect, especially to the tribal members we serve.
The department manages a comprehensive human resources program, including employee recruitment and retention; new employee orientation; benefits and compensation administration; employee relations; maintenance and security of personnel records, performance evaluation programs and the employee grievance process.
Preference in filling positions will be given to qualified Indian applicants in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 and the Miami Tribe Indian Preference Policy.
The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami Nation Enterprises continue to provide a comprehensive and competitive benefit package to permanent full-time tribal government, administration and business employees.
The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma complies with reporting requirements as defined by the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA), Title I of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 (PL 109-248). Any convicted sex offender living or working within the jurisdiction of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma shall be required to comply with sex offender registration in compliance with the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Sex Offender Registration Code.
Human Resources Officer: Charla Gibson
Location: Tribal Headquarters