Jicarilla Apache Nation Department of Labor is responsible to ensure all Oil & Gas Companies are in compliance with the Nation's Indian Preference Ordinance and its requirements.
The General Employment Program hiring is in accordance with the Nation's resolution of 90 positions and addressing training requests for each (060) hourly employee that is assigned to the different tribal departments.
OFFICE-RESERVATION EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
This program has been discontinued.
The purpose of the College Employment Program is to assist with job placement and provide employment for the Jicarilla Tribal enrolled members. And to assist college students with their extra costs that may not be covered through the regular financial assistance by the JADE Higher Education Program College students are ineligible to work under the 060 Temporary Employment Program while in school whether Higher Ed funded or attending on their own expense.
The Jicarilla Apache Nation Youth Employment Program will facilitate and provide available job sites within the Nations departments or enterprises which will guide and develop youth employees' job skills good working habits and experience needed to secure employment within the Nation or the outside job market. It also will aid in the understanding of how the Nations's job market operates.
The purpose of the Post College Graduate Employment Program is to provide meaningful employment opportunities to Jicarilla Apache Nation tribal members who are college graduates (bachelor's degree or higher). Limited slots available. Please call for more information.
What is TERO? TERO stands for the Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance or Office. TERO Ordinances require that all employers who are engaged in operating a business on reservations give preference to qualified Indians in all aspects of employment, contracting, and other business activities. TERO Offices were established and empowered to monitor and enforce the requirements of the tribal employment rights ordinance.
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PICTURE INFORMATION: Jicarilla Chiefs. Principal chiefs of the Jicarilla local groups upon their 1880 Washington D.C visit to secure reservation lands. From left to right: Santiago Largo (Llanero), Huerito Mundo (Ollero), Augustin Vigil (Ollero), San Pablo (Llanero) and Juan Julian (Llanero). Credit: Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives
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