Human Resources

Human Resources provides recruitment, hiring, onboarding, training and compensation and benefits information and services to all Tribal employees and HR serves as a support to the Tribal Administrator, Directors and Coordinators implementing and upholding organizational Policies and Procedures.

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About Human Resources

Human Resources provides onboarding, policies and procedure clarification as well as compensation and benefits information to all Tribal employees. HR serves as a support to hiring Managers to enforce organizational Policies and Procedures including employment position creation, posting, recruitment, hiring, corrective action, grievances, terminations and training. HR interfaces and provides technical assistant and expertise to all Tribal Enterprise human resource and benefits coordinators including KWAHN, Pit River Casino, Pit River Housing and the Pit River Health Clinic.

Who is Eligible?

All past, present and future employees with the Tribe as well as Tribal Members who wish to seek employment with the Tribe.


How do I research and apply for a job with the Pit River Tribe? Use the website:

How do I research and apply for a job at a tribal enterprise? By using the appropriate website:

How do I find out about compensation and benefits I am eligible for? Contact the HR Director at

Is there Tribal Member Preference in hiring? All hiring with the Tribe is based upon Tribal Preference as outlined in the PPM #3 Recruitment and Hiring.

What if I don’t have a PC to apply for a job or look up my benefits information? There is an employment and resource center for Tribal Members at the Human Resources office. You can work at a computer station and we are available to help you with any questions you may have about the application process or about your benefits if you are a tribal employee.

Job Opportunities

Current listing of Job Opportunities

Welcome to the Pit River Tribe updated career opportunity site. Employment with the Pit River Tribe is more than just a job – it’s an opportunity to serve family, friends and neighbors in beautiful Northern California and there is NEVER any rush hour on the Rez.

Please download an application or pick one up at the main office in Tribal Administrations Applicants are encouraged to complete the PRT application thoroughly. When appropriate, attach a cover letter and resume and be prepared to provide three professional references.

The Human Resources office is located in the Tribal Administration building, located at 36970 Park Avenue Burney, California 96013. You can reach the HR Director at (530) 335-5421 ext.1208

Pit River Tribal Member preference is exercised in hiring processes as defined in Tribal Personnel Policy PPM #3

Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO)

Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance or Office monitors and enforces tribally enacted Indian Preference law: employment, training, contracting, and other businesses.


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About Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO)

Tribal Employment Rights Office will be located in Burney HR when we hire a TERO Officer. (more to come)

 Employment Development Department

The Employment Development Department (EDD) promotes California’s economic growth by providing services to keep employers, employees, and job seekers competitive. In addition to the services provided by EDD, below is a list of additional resources that may assist you. In many parts of California, you can call 2-1-1 to learn about resources in your community or contact the agencies and organizations listed below directly to inquire about their programs. Some programs may have eligibility criteria

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Local Offices:

Smart Business Resource Center

1201 Placer Street

Redding, CA 96001


EDD State of California - Redding

1325 Pine Street

Redding, CA 96001


STEP Siskiyou Training & Employment Program Inc.

190 Boles Street

Weed, CA 96094


Job Training Center of Tehama

718 Main St.

Red Bluff, CA 96080


Lassen Business and Career Network

1616 Chestnut Street

Susanville, CA 96130


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Who is Eligible?

Any Native American, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian, male adults age 18-26 must be registered with Selective Service, must prove eligibility of being unemployed, or underemployed, or in need of retraining, or low income, and live within service delivery area of the Pit River Tribe Indian Reservation.