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Openings: Gaming, Education, MSRPC, SRLF, SB, SRF, LEC, JSC, Childrens Foundation.

Location: SRPMIC Administration Department - 10005 E. Osborn Road, Two Waters Bldg. A, 3rd Floor

Start Date: Nov 6, 2017 8:00 AM

End Date: Nov 30, 2017 5:00 PM

Contact Name: Council Secretaries

Contact Email: announce-cro@srpmic-nsn.gov

Contact Phone: (480) 850-8056

Admission Fee:


Board applications attached at bottom.

---DEADLINE TO APPLY:  November 30, 2017---


GAMING ENTERPRISES BOARD VACANCY - (1) Professional Representative


The Gaming Enterprises Board is responsible for adopting policies and procedures, approving budgets, and reviewing the business results of the division of gaming. 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: Professional or management experience in gaming, restaurant, hotel, convention, resort operations, banking or finance.

Candidates must be willing to:

  • Serve a 2-year term.
  • Attend regular board meetings held on the last Tuesday of each month at 4:30 p.m.
  • Attend special board meetings held on the second Tuesday of each month at 4:30 p.m.  There may also be other special board meetings called as necessary.
  • Have knowledge of the Community's vision.
  • Helpful to have knowledge about the gaming, restaurant, or hotel business.
  • Members will receive a paid stipend for regular and special meetings.

The appointed applicant will be subject to an extensive background check in order to obtain the necessary gaming license.


EDUCATION BOARD - (1) Professional Representative

Accepting applications from all interested persons.  It is highly preferred the Professional Representative have a Bachelor's Degree.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  There is an application specifically for the Education Board due to the Special Clearances required. When picking up an application make sure you inform Administration that you need an Education Board Application.

  • Willing to serve a 3-year term.
  • Must be a dedicated person committed to the mission of the Community's Education Department.
  • Education Department and/or SRPMI Community Schools employees are not eligible to apply.

  • Attendance at regular, special, and educational meetings, work sessions, conferences, workshops, interviews, and special events within and outside of the community and state.
  • Members may also be selected for sub-committees.

  • Members are required to submit to and pass a background and fingerprint check.

  • Regular Board meetings are normally held the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month, starting at 5:15pm.  "Special" meetings and Work Sessions are scheduled as needed, normally at 5:15pm, however, daytime (8am-5pm) hours may be necessary.

  • Members receive a stipend for Regular and "Special" meetings only.


SALT RIVER LANDFILL - (1) Professional Representative, (1) Community Member Representative

Now accepting applications from persons interested in serving on the Salt River Landfill Board. The purpose of the Landfill Board is to promote the economic self-sufficiency of the SRPMIC by constructing, maintaining, managing and operating one or more commercial landfills and related facilities for the SRPMIC and other entities or jurisdictions with which it might enter into agreements.  May undertake other responsibilities as may be assigned by the SRPMIC Council.

Experience/knowledge required if applying for the Professional Representative:

·          Waste Management Industry

·          Construction, Environmental or Civil Engineering

·          Have knowledge of the Community's vision and land issues

Board members must be willing to serve a three-year term and be able to attend board meetings usually held the second Monday @ 4:00pm of each month.




Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson must be enrolled members of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.

  1. All remaining Committee members must be enrolled in a federally recognized tribe.
  2. All members of the Miss Salt River Pageant Committee must submit to and successfully pass a background check and drug test, including random drug testing as conducted by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.

All members must possess a valid Arizona driver's license and maintain adequate automobile insurance as required by the State of Arizona and must be insurable under the risk management standards of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. 


The Miss Salt River Pageant Committee shall assist the reigning Jr. Miss Salt River and Miss Salt River in participating in events and in representing the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.  Such duties shall include:
  1. Identify and schedule events for participation.
  2. Chaperone, when available, Jr. Miss Salt River and Miss Salt River to local and out-of-state events.
  3. Prepare and conduct active recruitment for the positions of Jr. Miss Salt River and Miss Salt River.
  4. Actively recruit volunteers to participate in meetings and events.
  5. Actively seek funding and scholarship resources.
  6. Other duties necessary as a MSRP committee member.
The Miss Salt River Pageant Committee members serve a 2-year term.
Attend monthly, regular, and special meetings as necessary. 

Other:  Must be willing to help during pageant week.  Knowledge of the Pima and Maricopa cultures a plus.


SADDLEBACK COMMUNICATIONS - (1) Professional Representative

(1) Professional Representative on the Board of Saddleback Communications Company are open for a term of three years.  Those applying for the professional representative are required to have experience/knowledge in the electronic communication and telecommunications development, maintenance, operation of and/or banking and finance business. The open positions represent 2 seats on a seven member Board.

Saddleback Communications is a Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community-owned enterprise, created to provide quality essential public telephone and related communications services to the residents and departments of the Community and to commercial enterprises throughout the country.  Board members are responsible to the Community Council for directing and overseeing the management of Saddleback in the provision of those services.

The Saddleback Board meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 12:30 p.m. at the Saddleback offices at 10190 E. McKellips Road.  Board members are compensated for regular scheduled or special meeting; meetings last approximately 3 hours.

It is the policy of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community to select qualified applicants in a manner consistent with overall Community goals, objectives and plans, and to offer Board positions to the most qualified applicants with consideration first to qualified enrolled Community members, then to qualified enrolled members of other federally recognized Indian tribes, and then to other qualified applicants.


SALT RIVER FIELDS AT TALKING STICK - (1) Community Member Representative and (2) Professional Representatives


The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC), in partnership with the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies Baseball Teams, will operate a Cactus League Spring Training Facility. 

The Salt River Fields at Talking Stick board will be responsible to provide oversight, follow the vision statement of the Community, delegate authority to the Chief Executive Officer, or equivalent, oversee business activities that meet the establishment criteria of the Enterprise/Division, ensure the financial viability of the Enterprise/Division, and ensure that the Enterprise/Division complies with all applicable laws. 

Applicants for Board of Directors must meet the following criteria:

Professional Representative must have extensive professional or management experience in the following:

  • Cactus League baseball operations,
  • Hospitality industry,
  • Facility Management,
  • Marketing and Advertising, and
  • Entertainment; and
  • Financial management.

Community Member Representative are not required to have professional or management experience but knowledge of or experience in these areas is helpful.

Additionally, candidates must be able to:

  • Serve a 3-year term;
  • Attend regular board meetings. Attend special board meetings, if called; and
  • Have knowledge of the Community's vision.
  • Submit a resume in addition to completing a SRPMIC board application.



THIS POSITION IS ON A VOLUNTEER BASIS.  No stipend will be received.

However, personal rewards are plentiful!

The Foundation was created to raise money and disperse the money for the benefit of children on the reservation.


--Be able to serve a 3-year term.

--Dedicated towards the purpose of the foundation.

--Offer creative, positive ideas and input to help reach goals of the foundation.

--Able to attend regular and special called meetings.



(1) District I (Salt River) Representative

(1) Community Member-At-Large

(1) Community Member Senior Representative (55 or older)

(1) Representative with Law Enforcement experience/background


  • Be willing to serve a three-year term.
  • Be willing and able to regularly attend meetings.
  • Have knowledge of the Community's vision and land issues.
  • Experience in some of the following areas would be helpful (required if applying for Law Enforcement Representative):  Law Enforcement, SRPMIC Code of Ordinances. 


Additionally applicants will be required to authorize the SRPD to investigate his/her background through the National Crime Information Center and the AZ Criminal Information Center.  Applicants must consent and pass a drug screening/fingerprinting and sign a Code of Ethics statement.

If selected, prior to being seated on the LEC, shall execute a sworn affidavit that certifies that s/he has:

- No current outstanding warrants from any jurisdiction or currently under investigation in any jurisdiction.

- No misdemeanor criminal history for the previous four (4) years in any jurisdiction.

- Never have been convicted of a felony from any jurisdiction.

- No more than two (2) moving traffic violations within the last year in any jurisdiction.

- Not been terminated from a Police Department, SRP-MIC Department of Corrections from any jurisdiction, for any reason; & No termination from any place of employment for reasons involving moral turpitude.

The purpose of the Law Enforcement Commission is to aid in the effective, efficient and objective provision of police and corrections services to members and residents of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC).

The Law Enforcement Commission shall assist the SRPMIC Police Department and the Department of Corrections by acting as a liaison with the Community in matters involving the SRP-MIC Police Department and the Department of Corrections' needs and concerns.  Commissioners receive a stipend for meetings and approved activities related to Commission duties. 

IMPORTANT NOTE:  There is an application specifically for the Law Enforcement Board. When picking up an application make sure you inform Administration that you need a Law Enforcement board application.




The purpose of the Judicial Selection Committee is to assist the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community ("SRPMIC") Council in selecting qualified persons to serve as judges for the SRPMIC by making timely recommendations for judicial appointment(s) that may occur through term expiration, resignation or removal.


 Committee members must meet the following criteria:

  1. Possess a two (2) year degree (Associate of Arts, certificate, etc.) or higher preferably in a law related field (e.g., law degree, criminal justice, administration of justice, Police Science, paralegal); OR have prior experience as a judge of any jurisdiction. (this would include enrolled community members who may have served in other jurisdictions, but not SRPMIC)
  2. No current outstanding warrants from any jurisdiction or currently under investigation or prosecution in any jurisdiction.
  3. Have never been convicted of a felony in any jurisdiction, and have not been convicted of a misdemeanor within five (5) years of the date of the judicial application filed with the SRPMIC Council.  A misdemeanor shall be conviction of the type of behavior proscribed in Chapters 6 and 10 and §§16-231 through 16-236 of Chapter 16 (regarding DWI and Reckless Driving) of the SRPMIC Code of Ordinances, whether committed on the SRPMIC or in another jurisdiction.
  4. Not been terminated from employment or practice of law in any jurisdiction, for any reason, nor suspended from same within the last five (5) years.


  1. Length of Service - The Judicial Selection Committee members shall serve a term of four (4) years.
  2. Committee members shall serve until they are replaced or reappointed by the SRP-MIC Council in accordance with the terms of this Policy.


a.     Duties

  1. Meet as required to screen applications for judicial positions.
  2. Review applications and make recommendations for interviews.
  3. Sit on interview panels and participate in interviews of applicants.
  4. Discuss interviews with other panelists and make selections for recommendation to the SRPMIC Council.
  5. Meet with Council as a Committee to make recommendations and answer any questions that may arise. 

b.    Responsibilities

  1. Attend meetings as called by the Chairperson of the Judicial Selection Committee.
  2. Participate in the selection and interviewing of applicants.
  3. Participate in meetings with the SRPMIC Council regarding selection and recommendation of candidates.
  4. Participate in screening and selection of candidates in a fair and impartial manner.
  5. Maintain confidentiality of applicants, committee discussions and decisions and any meetings with Council held in executive session.

Committee members will receive a stipend for their services.