Coeur d’Alene Tribal activity benefits Idaho’s economy an estimated $330 million annually, with the Coeur d’Alene Tribe directly employing over 1,700 individuals in Government, Gaming, Recreation, Agriculture, and Technology related fields. Today, we are proud to be one of the region’s largest employers, and continue to place a heavy emphasis on the education, health, and happiness of our workforce and local community.
All tribal entities offer generous benefits packages, retirement savings, opportunities for growth and education. The Coeur d’Alene Tribe believes in building and growing its workforce from within, and when you transfer from one entity to another, your benefits transfer with you!
Coeur d’Alene Tribal Government
The Tribal Government has a workforce of 400 spread over several departments, sub-departments and programs. Government vocations range from administrative and support work in Social Services, Law Enforcement, Courts, and Technology, to Forestry and Public Works. Government services provide support in workforce and member education, and are focused on providing opportunities to Tribal Members wherever possible. Go visit the Human Resources page for openings.
Coeur d’Alene Casino
The Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel first opened it’s doors in 1993 as a humble bingo hall. Today it employs over 800 people in administration, creative arts, customer service, security, and more! It has grown to become an award winning, world class Resort and Golf Course located in a very unique setting among the natural trees and hills, away from the heavy bustle of nearby cities, but still only a short drive away. Visit the Coeur d’Alene Casino website to find openings.
Coeur d’Alene Tribal Development Corporation
The Coeur d’Alene tribal Development Corporation is focused on economic growth and providing for the needs of the local community through businesses related to Food and Grocery, Automotive Services, Hardware and Lumber Supplies, Drinks and Spirits, and Tribal Farming and Agriculture. The Development Corporation is always interested in finding new growth opportunities, and provides unique tax and workforce benefits to businesses looking to partner with the Tribe and locate their operations onto the reservation.
Red-Spectrum Communications begin providing internet and communications services to our mostly rural community in 2002. Since then the network has upgraded many times and continues to increase in speed and size. Red-Spectrum employs workers in networking, engineering, and programming related fields. A free to use computer lab is located at the Technology Center, and connected computers are always available to the public for use. Red-Spectrum provides several high-speed data plans for consumers, and gigabit speeds and phone services to businesses.
Marimn Health & Wellness
Marimn Health has grown through several phases to become what it is today, a state-of-the-art medical facility equipped with the latest technology in medical and dental care. Marimn Health provides health and wellness services to the entire reservation community, both Natives and non-Natives alike. For preventative health, a 43,000 square foot fitness facility sits just off the trailhead to the Trail of the Coeur d’alene’s biking trail. Together these facilities offer numerous opportunities for employment in medical, dental, therapy, and related fields. Visit Marimn Health’s website for openings.
The purpose of the Tribal Employment Rights Office is to enforce the ordinance requiring fair employment of Native Americans on or near the Coeur d’ Alene Reservation, and to prevent discrimination against Native Americans in any employment practices by employers on or near the Reservation. The Tribal Employment Rights Commission will governs and establish rules, regulations, and policies. The Commission’s responsibility and authority are to ensure on or near the Reservation compliance with this Ordinance. Native Americans must protect their rights and obtain their share of workforce opportunity, as they become available. Native Americans have unique and special employment, subcontract, and contract rights and the Coeur d’ Alene Tribal government has the inherent sovereign power to pass laws to implement and enforce those special rights on behalf of Native American workers. Go to the TERO department page for more information.