APPLICATION FOR ELECTED POSITIONS
Oneida Business Committee, Judges, Legal Resource Attorney and Advocate, Boards, Committees, and Commissions
INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS
CONFLICT OF INTEREST
Conflict of interest means any interest, real or apparent, whether it be personal, financial, political, or otherwise, in
which an elected official, officer, political appointee, employee, contractor, or appointed or elected member, or their
immediate family members, friends or associates, or any other person with whom they have contact, have that conflicts
with any right of the Nation to property, information, or any other right to own and operate activities free from
undisclosed competition or other violation of such rights of the Nation. In addition, conflict of interest also means any
financial or familial interest an elected official, officer, political appointee, employee, contractor, or appointed or elected
member or their immediate family members may have in any transaction between the Nation and an outside party.
Oneida Election Law §102.5-3. No applicant may have a conflict of interest with the position for which they are being
considered, provided that any conflict of interest which may be eliminated within thirty (30) calendar days of being
elected shall not be considered as a bar to nomination or election.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure their application is complete
All fields are required unless noted otherwise
An application must be completed for each vacancy you are applying for
Provide proof of address (Valid WI drivers license, utility bill, insurance statement, rent receipt or mortgage
Judge Applicants – Submit a completed Disclosure and Authorization to comply with §801.11-1. (a)(4) of the
Judiciary law. The Disclosure and Authorization is in a separate packet.
Applications and petitions where the applicant was not nominated during caucus shall be filed by presenting the
information to the Nation’s Secretary, or designated agent, during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday, within five (5) business days after the caucus. No mailed, internal Nation mail delivery,
faxed or other delivery method shall be accepted.
Board, Committee, and Commission applicants, please note: You must be available to provide quarterly reports in
accordance with the Boards, Committees and Commissions law §105.12-3 §At least one (1) member of the entity shall
attend the Oneida Business Committee meeting where the quarterly report is an agenda item.”
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