Pit River Tribal Council

Latest Update:

06.23.2016 Added Is'Siwa Youth Camp Information

05.09.2016 - Added Water Resource Engineer Job Posting

04.25.2016 - Updated Job Postings

04.15.2016 - Added Road Department Temporary Positions Job Posting

04.13.2016 - Added Sacred Sites Event

 Position Job Description: THPO Officer

 Reports To: Tribal Administrator

 Wage Range: DOE

Closing Date: Open Until Filled


See Job Description Attached

Please send all applications and resumes to the Tribal Office:

36970 Park Avenue
Burney, CA 96013
Phone 530-335-5421     Fax: 530-335-3140

Contact: Charles W. White, Tribal Administrator

Job Description: Download

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Department: Pit River Environmental Department
Supervisor: Environmental Director
Wage: DOE: $30-35 hr.
Duration: Full-time Position/ Exempt Employee
Work Schedule: 3 days Fieldwork 2 days Office Hours.
Position Summary:
The Water Resources Engineer will work with the Environmental Director to implement the Pit River Tribes’
EPA Region 9 General Assistance Clean Water Act Program and BIA Water Resources Planning grants and activities in accordance with the current grant work plans. The Water Resources Engineer will serve a dual role and provide technical water management assistance to the Natural Resources Department in addition to managing Clean Water Act grants under the direction of the Environmental Director.
This position requires a B.S. or greater in Civil Engineering, an understanding of tribal environmental programs. High level of field experience and data collection methodology, the ability to manage and trend data for compliance with State Water Resources Control Board adjudicated water right holders. Coordinate with NR Manager on water planning activities, provide training and develop and manage water in coordination with agricultural activities. Engage with Environmental Director on policy planning and capacity building activities that support environmental and natural resources protection inline with the Tribes Environmental Planning and protection goals.