Begin by browsing through all of our available jobs. Review the qualification of the job if you meet the minimum qualification of the position you should apply. You can apply for more than one position and you must apply to each position you are interested in.
There are many ways you can apply. You can apply by picking up an application from the Personnel department or by filling out the application located on the left. It’s always a good idea to attach all required documentation. The required documentation can be found on the cover page of each job description. If applying online, please complete the application and email it and any needed documents to firstname.lastname@example.org. After completing your application, expect to wait approximately one week from the closing date of the posting to hear back.
Once the job posting closes, the screening process begins. Applicants' qualifications are reviewed to ensure they meet the minimum requirements of the job description. If the applicant’s qualifications, do not meet the minimum requirements, a letter or email will be sent, letting you know this. For positions that require specific certification or education, you may be asked to provide that documentation from us. For example, a copy of your licensure. If you apply for a position that says “Open Until Filled,” the wait for a reply may be longer. If the position applied for requires testing such as clerical testing you will be asked to test before the interview date.
We do follow Native Preference Hiring Policy, if you are a Tribal Member of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, a descendant of the tribe, or a member of a federally recognized tribe, you will be asked to provide documentation to verify your membership status. If you meet the Veteran Preference qualification for the position we will ask you to provide a copy of your DD214 for verification.
Once it has been determined that you meet the minimum qualifications, we will contact you by phone or email for an interview. We attempt to schedule interviews one week after the job posting has closed. Depending on the position applied for an interview will typically last 20-40 minutes. It’s always a good idea to bring be prepared for the interview by having a copy of your application and documents with you.
After the interviews are conducted, and you have been the selected applicant, the Personnel Department will contact you by phone and give you an offer. If you’re not the selected applicant, we will send you a letter by mail and let you know.
When accepting a position, you will need to do pre-employment testing requirements; drug test, physical, and background check. A KBIC Driving Record Check may be necessary if you are hired in a position that requires you to drive. Employment is contingent upon satisfactory results of pre-employment requirements. You will also need to fill out your paperwork with the Personnel department before your start date. You will need your driver’s license, social security card, bank account number, and bank routing number (for direct deposit).
Full-Time Employee Benefit Options
- Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
- Basic life insurance and accidental death/dismemberment
- Paid vacation, holidays, and sick time
- Short and long-term disability
- Supplemental life
- Dependent life
- 401k retirement savings with company match
- Pre-tax health contributions