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The Choctaw Nation offers a wide range of careers within each of our major employment categories. Whether you’re interested in government projects, the fast-paced world of gaming, health and wellness, or just about any other area, you’ll find the right fit here.See All Openings
Casino & Gaming
- Guest Services
- Player's Club
- Food & Beverage
Health & Wellness
- Fitness Instructor
- Human Resources
- Guest Services
IT & Communications
- Systems Administrator
- Graphic Designer
- Social Media Coordinator
Employee Education Assistance
Individual Development Plan
Being a good leader is a highly sought-after quality in today’s workforce. The Choctaw Nation believes in the potential of supervisors to make a positive impact on the Nation as a whole. That’s why we offer special training for leaders that will strengthen their skills and support their success.
We love to recognize great work! The Achievers platform allows associates to give and receive praise and encouragement for doing a great job.
This digital credentialing and badge program helps associates earn credit and certifications for the training they complete. These credentials look great on a resume!
Prepare for Success
- Do your homework: Research the organization and study the job description. What is the organization’s mission, vision and history? If you are chosen for the position, what are the most important duties you will perform?
- Be prepared: Bring copies of your resume, pen and paper, and any necessary portfolio items with you.
- Make a good impression: Take pride in your appearance by dressing professionally. Arrive at least 10 minutes early, be friendly, and make eye contact with those you meet. Project confidence but not arrogance.
- Ask questions: Bring a list of questions you have about the job description or the organization with you. During the interview, write down any questions that come to mind and ask them at an appropriate time. Don’t talk over your interviewer.
- Be honest: Answer questions truthfully, clearly and directly. Don’t beat around the bush, and if you don’t know the answer to a question, don’t try to make one up.