Tribal Exclusive Positions (1)
These are roles that have been exclusively created for you and your Community, to match your skills and interests.
The San Manuel Education Department strives to ensure the quality of overall educational services, programs, and initiatives provided to the San Manuel Tribal Community. Under the direction of the Director of Education and in partnership with the Education Board’s Cultural Officer (Čañihñia’ci Hakup Puhča’ia’c), the Tribal Cultural Programs Coordinator develops, implements, promotes and coordinates Tribal cultural activities. The Tribal Cultural Programs Coordinator works with other departments and entities on the development, facilitation, and implementation of San Manuel family events, including but not limited to those sponsored by the Tribal Youth Committee.
The Tribal Cultural Programs Coordinator also champions the goals and priorities of the Tribe in a manner that faithfully reflects and upholds the Tribe’s vision, mission and values.read more
Featured Positions (14)
Human Resources will help you find a way to have a positive impact on the Tribal community, no matter your previous experience or goals. These are just a sample of the open positions available. Contact us to find other open roles.
Under the direction of the Guest Services Floor Supervisor, the Guest Services Senior Representative is responsible for providing Best in Class service at every opportunity while assisting the needs of guests in a variety of areas, depending on their assigned schedule. Responsibilities include promoting and encouraging Club Card memberships by enrolling guests, maintaining account information, and reprinting club cards. Duties include oversight of Guest Services greetings, redemption booths, Bus Counter, crowd control, special events, applying free play coupons, meal vouchers and match play. The Senior Representative must report any illegal activity discovered, e.g., pan handling, Title 31 violations, compulsive gambling concerns, medical emergencies and health and safety issues
The Players Club Ambassador supports the Player Development Team through VIP engagement and contacts. This position requires direct contact with the public while delivering superior guest service in accordance with department and company standards, policies and procedures. Responsibilities include increasing Player’s Club memberships, promoting player’s club card usage, and entering customer contact data to support business objectives in accordance with annual goals set by management. Individual and department goals and objectives will be clearly defined to support the increase in club card enrollments, rated slot play and table play.
Under general supervision of the Audit Supervisor, the Audit Data Specialist enters data into several systems and/or spreadsheets, and downloads reports and formats spreadsheets for the reconciliation of various audits done throughout the Accounting Department. The Audit Data Specialist is responsible for maintaining historical records by filing documents. This position requires a working knowledge of computers, MS Office Suite, various programs, and a basic understanding of the reconciliation process.
Under the direction of the Audit Supervisor, the Auditor I will plan and execute the accurate audits of hospitality revenue by verifying, allocating and posting transactions and daily cash deposits. The Auditor I summarizes audit findings and offers preliminary recommendations.
This role must compile data and prepare formal audit findings reports in order to reconcile entries, verify reporting, and prepare daily revenue reports for management, while ensuring compliance with all policies, procedures and regulations. The Auditor I ensures compliance with the Gaming Commission’s Tribal Gaming Minimum Internal Controls (TICS) and the Gaming Commission Regulations (GCR), by studying the standards, enforcing adherence to requirements and advising management on needed actions.read more
Under the direction of the Supervisor, Revenue Audit, the Tax Reporting Specialist will ensure that the San Manuel Entertainment Authority is in compliance with the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) in regards to the filing of Form(s) W-2G, Certain Gambling Winnings, Form(s) 5754, Statement By Person(s) Receiving Gambling Winnings, 1042-S, Foreign Person’s U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding, and Form(s) 1099 related to reportable gambling winnings, awards, prizes and/or contest winnings with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In addition, the Tax Reporting Specialist will have a general awareness of the Bank Secrecy Act [31 CFR §1021.320], the Patriot Act and requirements of the Office of Foreign Asset Control in the performance of duties as needed in support the overall mission of the Casino Accounting Department.
Under the direction of the Executive Administrative Supervisor, the Administrative Office Clerk is responsible for ensuring that all internal and external mail is distributed accurately and timely. Primary duties are to ensure all checks are distributed and accounted for and monitor the ordering of office supplies and inventory. The Administrative Office Clerk enters contracts and invoices and covers Department reception as needed.
Under the general direction of the Accounts Payable Supervisor, the Accounts Payable File Clerk oversees all records for the Accounts Payable area. The Accounts Payable File Clerk files and retrieve records, and performs light clerical duties as required.
Under the general direction of the Accounts Payable Supervisor, the Data Entry Clerk is responsible for accurate alphanumeric data entry, team support and department mail backup. The Data Entry Clerk is also responsible for assisting with updating and maintaining department spreadsheets and assisting with departmental research. This position is required to maintain the utmost in confidentiality and discretion in regards to company information. The Data Entry Clerk is an integral part of the Accounts Payable (AP) team and must be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
The Cultural Resources Technician assists in the organization and execution of a comprehensive heritage stewardship program that seeks to facilitate the culturally appropriate management of Serrano cultural resources and landscapes and expand tribal sovereignty in a multitude of ways. This role assists with the Tribe’s regulatory consultation and interpretive outreach efforts with external partners as they relate to the preservation and promotion of significant cultural spaces across Serrano ancestral territory.
Additionally, the Cultural Resources Technician assists with the implementation of a cultural site stewardship program for resources on land held by the Tribe, which includes partaking in construction monitoring, field survey, and resource recordation. The Cultural Resources Technician is also expected to assist with various data management efforts, such as archaeological/archival collections processing and digital GIS/reference library data entry. All duties for the Cultural Resources Technician contribute towards the CRM Department’s objective to build capacity within the Tribal community regarding heritage stewardship in a way that gives preeminence to the Tribe’s vision, mission, values, and cultural imperatives.read more
With a focus on helping San Manuel Tribal families and citizens, the Tribal Wellness Educator provides a range of activities and programs within the department that are intended to have a positive effect on the health and well-being of the community. Reporting to the Director of Tribal Family Services, the Tribal Wellness Educator provides support and services that have been identified to meet the physical, mental, and psychosocial needs of the Tribal Community while maintaining the strictest confidentiality in compliance with applicable law.
The Tribal Wellness Educator supports and provides services to the Tribal Citizens, which may include; receiving and making calls to Tribal Citizens, providing resources, responding to crisis’ and triaging their needs. This may also include providing wellness checks and/or providing case management, home visits, and meeting with citizens. The Tribal Wellness Educator works to assist in connecting and coordinating the community with private and public agencies to provide services through a referral network that is reputable, vetted and subject/service-appropriate. The Tribal Wellness Educator also engages in providing prevention/early intervention (PEI) services to the community.read more
With a focus on helping San Manuel Tribal families and citizens, the Tribal Wellness Clinician provides a range of activities and programs within the department that are intended to have a positive effect on the health and well-being of the community. Reporting to the Director of Tribal Family Services, the Tribal Wellness Clinician provides support and services that have been identified to meet the physical, mental, and psychosocial needs of the Tribal Community while maintaining the strictest confidentiality in compliance with applicable law.
The Tribal Wellness Clinician supports and provides services to the Tribal Citizens, which may include; receiving and making calls to Tribal Citizens, providing resources, responding to crisis’ and triaging their needs. This may also include providing wellness checks and/or providing case management, home visits, and meeting with citizens. The Tribal Wellness Clinician works to assist in connecting and coordinating the community with private and public agencies to provide services through a referral network that is reputable, vetted and subject/service-appropriate. The Tribal Wellness Clinician also engages in providing prevention/early intervention (PEI) services to the community.read more
The Language Teacher is responsible for acquiring and promoting the Tribe’s indigenous language. As part of the Serrano Language Revitalization Project, the Language Teacher will utilize a wide variety of resources to enhance student learning. Through a repertoire of teaching strategies and as an advocate of the Serrano culture, the Language Teacher will have a direct impact on the Serrano Language Revitalization Project by promoting students’ Serrano language development.
The San Manuel Education Department strives to ensure the quality of overall educational services, programs, and initiatives provided to San Manuel Tribal Citizens. Under the direction of the Education Director, the Activities Coordinator shall develop and implement programming for students and community members in the areas of academic enrichment, sports and recreation, visual and performing arts, health/nutrition, technology, and environmental/outdoor education within the Education Department.
The San Manuel Education department strives to ensure the quality of overall educational services, programs, and initiatives provided to San Manuel Tribal Citizens. The Tutor acts as an after-school intervention specialist to provide instruction in all subject areas (language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, foreign language), with a focus on math and science. The Tutor works under the general supervision of the Assistant Director of Education, and primarily assists students in grades 6-12.
Human Resources can connect you with a personal career counselor and mentor to review the next steps in reaching your career goals. We have a variety of services available to you:
Concierge Recruitment Services
Human Resources will work with you to place you in a role that matches your skills and career goals.
Human Resources can create a role as unique as you are, one that will enable you to reach your fullest potential.
Human Resources will help you discover your career interests and develop a path that will get you there.
To position you for future employment opportunities, Human Resources can assist with writing your resume. Resume services are also available if applying outside of the enterprise.
Human Resources can help you build confidence as you prepare to go into an interview by practicing interview questions and role playing common interview scenarios. Interview services are also available if applying outside of the enterprise.
Human Resources can pair you with an enterprise executive who shares your personality style, career aspirations, and leadership skills. This executive will work with you to serve as a mentor as you explore your own leadership journey.