Taos Pueblo is seeking qualified applicants for the full-time position and includes an excellent fringe benefit package.

POSITION TITLE:    Game Warden                             CLOSES:    Monday, 11/26/18

DEPARTMENT:       Division of Natural Resources      CLASSIFICATION:      Non-Exempt

SUPERVISOR:          Natural Resource Director            LOCATION:               Taos Pueblo, NM


Responsible for enforcement of tribal laws and applicable laws to protect life, and private/public property. The incumbent is a sworn commissioned officer. Preserves and maintains wilderness areas. Protects lands from poaching, trespassing, and destruction.


High School Diploma or equivalent. Law enforcement certification from the B.I.A. or State of New Mexico or become certified. Basic Police Officer Training Program and Backcountry Tactics and Tracking Training Program certifications required. CPR and First Aid Certification. Must be at least 21 years of age or older. One (1) year law enforcement, security or game warden experience preferred. Must be able to camp for extended periods of time. Tiwa speaking preferred. Must have a valid New Mexico Driver’s License, meet and maintain auto insurance requirements. 

Due to securing sacred grounds within the reservation, only Taos Pueblo Tribal members will be considered.

If you feel that you have the necessary skills, experience and motivation, please submit a detailed letter of introduction, a completed application and resume, with three professional references who can attest to your skills and abilities to:

PO BOX 1846 – 1075 VETERANS HWY.
TAOS NM 87571
PH.: 575.758.8626 EXT. 124 – FAX 575.758.7308
EMAIL: apply@taospueblo.com

 The position requires successful drug test, physical and background check. Taos Pueblo Tribal members are encouraged to apply. Native American Indian preference applies.


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