Careers at Menominee Tribal Enterprises
Menominee Tribal Enterprises is an Equal Opportunity Employer, however, Indian Preference is given in accordance with the Menominee Indian Tribe’s Employment Preference Ordinance. Our drug policy is zero tolerance; and as such, all candidates must pass a pre-employment drug screening and remain drug free.
First (1st) Postings are for enrolled Menominee.
Second (2nd) Postings are open to the General Public.
Job Applications are only accepted for current job positions that are posted. One (1) application per position. You must submit all materials that are requested and listed in the Application Process of the job posting. Incomplete job applications will not be accepted.
Call MTE’s Human Resource Office if you have any questions at 715-756-2311, or Contact Us
All job materials can be submitted:
|Menominee Tribal Enterprises, Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 10, Neopit, WI 54150|
|MTE’s Main Office, N3522 Cottage Ave, Neopit, WI 54150|
Current Job Openings:
- Responsible for ensuring double cut band saws are changed in an expedited fashion and repaired correctly to provide a quality cut on lumber. Sharpen, maintain, and repair all double cut band saws and circle saws associated with the small diameter bolt mill. [continued...]View Job Posting
- Responsible for accurate data entry, processing, and timely completion of all accounting department administrative duties including but not limited to; Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Payroll functions. Must interact cooperatively and professionally with fellow accounting staff members, other MTE employees, logging personnel, and other outside parties. Good judgment must be exercised in the timing of tasks and the resolution of problems. [continued...]View Job Posting
- The Forest Development department is responsible for planting and reestablishing tree regeneration on the Menominee forest. It is essential for the program to know the amount and quality of regeneration in planted and naturally regenerated stands. This position shall be responsible for completing regeneration surveys to collect that data. Other activities pertaining to forest management and specifically to invasive species surveys and eradication efforts will also be necessary. Also responsible for remarking permanent monitoring plots and assisting with crop tree and corrective pruning in regenerating white pine stands. All work is within the boundaries of the Menominee Reservation in north central Wisconsin. [continued...]View Job Posting