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Benefits of Working for the Oneida Nation

Insurance, 401K, Tuition Reimbursements Among Positives

The Oneida Indian Nation knows the importance of retaining good employees. And, while other employers may relocate from the area, the Oneida Indian Nation remains committed to its Members, its employees, and its extended Central New York family.

A career with the Oneida Indian Nation includes:

· Comprehensive health coverage for medical, dental, vision, and prescriptions for both full-time and part-time employees
· Life & Disability Insurance
· 401k Retirement Plan
· Paid Time Off
· Tuition Reimbursement
· Numerous employee perks such as discounted meals at our Employee Cafeteria at Turning Stone, discounted services at the day spa, salon, golf courses, and health and wellness benefits through the Nation's Recreation Center.
· Discounts at participating local businesses — from car dealers to amusement parks.

The Oneida Indian Nation strives for a diverse work force and regularly promotes from within its ranks before posting an available position. A multitude of classes are provided to employees to help fine-tune their skills, and those taking college-level courses are eligible for tuition reimbursement.

The Oneida Nation is on the lookout for the area's best and brightest. Join one of the area's largest employers today!

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