In the interest of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, the Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission will protect the honesty, integrity, security and fairness of gaming operations under its jurisdiction. The Commission will strive towards regulatory excellence by utilizing superior teamwork and objectivity.
Executive DirectorPH: 541.994.1825
Administrative AssistantPH: 541.994.1801
IS RepresentativePH: 541.557.4215
Compliance AgentPH: 541.996.5505
Gaming InspectorPH: 541.994.1813
Gaming InspectorPH: 541.996.5509
Licensing AgentPH: 541.996.5528
Background InvestigatorPH: 541.996.5527
Licensing AssistantPH: 541.994.1817
Surveillance ManagerPH: 541.996.5898
The Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission was established on April 25, 1995.
The first chairman of the Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission was the late Joe Lane, Sr.
Joe Lane Sr.
1st Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission Chairman
April 1995 to November 1996
Joe Lane Sr. was born and raised in Siletz. He was the eldest of eight children born to Alfred and Maude Lane. Shortly after his marriage to Charlene Blosser he volunteered for the U S Army serving in the Pacific during World War II. He was training as a pilot when the war ended. Joe Sr. had a life-long love of music and was an accomplished musician.
Like many in the Siletz area, he found opportunities limited and moved to the Willamette Valley for increased education and employment opportunities. His musical abilities and a night job helped sustain his family while he attended college in Portland. He was the father of three children. Increased education and experience led to better jobs, but he did not forget the limited opportunities available to Tribal members and the almost complete absence of opportunities for Indians after termination.
Joe Sr. lived and worked in the Salem area for many years and was heavily involved in politics and civic activities during that time. His experience and contacts in politics would prove useful. In the 1970’s he began working with others on the issues and problems faced by Native Americans in Portland and surrounding areas. That work and the contacts from that work would lead to pursuit of Tribal reorganization and restoration. Those efforts are well documented in the Tribe’s history, The People are Dancing Again. Joe Lane Sr. led the early organizing and restoration efforts. It must be noted that he was ably assisted in those early efforts by Tribal Member Robert Rilatos who was every bit as determined and tenacious. Joe Sr. would become the first Tribal Chairman in the Tribe’s modern history. Another leader would emerge from the restoration effort; the Tribe’s longest serving Tribal Chairman, nationally recognized Indian leader, and youngest sibling of Joe Lane Sr., Delores Pigsley. Joe Lane Sr. died before completing his term as Chairman of the Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission.
From Left to Right: Mike Fisher, Mark Pullam, Brad Darcy, Cy Hill and Joe Lane, Sr.
Fax number 541-444-8375 or 1-800-922-1399 ext. 1375
Human Resources Toll Free: 1-800-922-1399 ext. 1274
* To receive credit for training/education documentation MUST be provided.
The high school diploma/GED requirement will be waived for Tribal Elders
As an employee of the Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission (STGC), the Administrative Assistant will strive to achieve the mission of enforcing and complying with all relevant laws, Tribal/State Compact, regulations, ordinances, charter, internal controls, policies and procedures in order to maintain the honesty, integrity, fairness, and security of the Gaming Operation(s). The Administrative Assistant must assist in ensuring the protection of the Gaming Operation's patrons, employees, environment, and safety. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for assisting the Executive Director with the day-to-day administration functions of the STGC, assisting the Licensing department, and in assisting the Office of Hearings and Appeals.
High School Diploma or GED. Three years’ experience as an executive level assistant or equivalent position to perform the job functions
Experience in: Working with word processing, database, spreadsheet software, and payroll software. Working with various office equipment including: desktop computer, calculator, fax machine, telephone system, transcribing equipment, dictaphone equipment and laptop computer.
Knowledge of: English grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Gaming Regulations, Compact, MICS, and Operational Procedures preferred.
Ability to: Work and complete tasks independently. Read, analyze, and interpret Gaming Regulations, Compact, MICS, and Operational Procedures.
Ability to write reports and business correspondences. Exercise discretionary judgment.
Other: Must possess excellent interpersonal skills. Must be able to handle a variety of tasks at the same time with frequent interruptions and meet reasonable deadlines. Must be able to become a Registered Notary within 60 days of employment. Must be able to pass a CJIS Security Clearance Background Check. Requires a valid Oregon driver’s license. Employment is contingent upon a background investigation that meets the licensing criteria of a Key Employee. Employment is contingent upon results of a drug test. Must sign a confidentiality agreement and sign and adhere to a code of ethics to ensure that confidential and sensitive information of the Gaming Commission remains confidential. Must be flexible with work schedule.
Assists the Executive Director in the administration of STGC activities. Greets and directs visitors to appropriate personnel or department, handling routine requests within capabilities. Represents the Executive Director by attending meetings in their absence. Maintains the Executive Director’s appointment schedule by planning and scheduling meetings, conferences, hearings, and travel. Conserves Executive Director’s time by reading, researching, and routing correspondence; drafting letters and documents; collecting and analyzing information; initiating telecommunications. Answers incoming calls, properly routes calls, and places outgoing calls as needed/required. Coordinates commission meetings, prepares and distributes agenda and minutes as requested by the Executive Director. Maintains STGC’s policies and procedures, Operations Manual, Personnel Manual and relevant documents. Maintains and organizes office supply inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; evaluating new office products; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies. Assists with drafting and/or publication of proposed new and amended STGC Rules and Regulations, Tribal Internal Controls and Gaming Ordinance. Prepares, reviews, and maintains STGC’s budget. Responsible for sending, receiving and distribution of office mail. Responsible for and maintains Office key control. Ensures operation of equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer's instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs; maintaining equipment inventories; evaluating new equipment and techniques. Develops forms for use by STGC as directed. Coordinates conferences and travel arrangements for all staff. Conducts regulatory research as required. Prepares and sends out monthly Tribal Council packets and prepares annual reports by collecting and analyzing information. Makes office deposit, which includes any checks (from casino for employee fees, VLT fees, or restoration payments) and cash accumulated from employee fees, duplicate/lost badges, copy fees, fingerprint fees, lanyard sales, or postage fees. Maintains STGC cuff account for verification of budget. Completes check requests and prepares purchase orders with appropriate supporting documentation for STGC, Internal Audit Department (IAD) and Office of Hearings and Appeals. Carries out administrative functions of the Surveillance Department as directed by the Executive Director. Provide backup Information Technology support when needed as directed by the Executive Director. Maintains Tribal Credit Cards for STGC, Siletz Tribal Business Corporation (STBC) and IAD including the cancelling and issuing of cards per the request of the entity director and the Tribes Credit Card Policy. Assists the Chairman in the administration of Office of Hearings and Appeals activities. Carries out administrative and appellate functions of the Office of Hearings and Appeals as directed by the Executive Director. Maintains the Chairman’s appointment schedule by planning and scheduling meetings, conferences, hearings, and travel. Receive and properly route all appeals to the Office of Hearings and Appeals Chairman. Coordinates hearings on behalf of the Office of Hearings and Appeals Chairman. Conserves Chairman’s and or Hearing Panel’s time by reading, researching, and routing correspondence; drafting letters and documents; collecting and analyzing information; initiating telecommunications. Responsible for completing and submitting timesheets on behalf of the Chairman when due. Provides clerical support to Gaming Commission Licensing process: Responsible for tracking/logging actions in high security and low security personnel files. Assists Licensing Assistant with scheduling licensing appointments. Assists Licensing Assistant with processing renewal applications. Assists Licensing Assistant in preparation and issuing gaming license. Assists with notarizing applications submitted to the Gaming Commission. Prepares correspondence, photocopying, faxing, scanning and maintains the STGC filing system. Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.