Ecosystem Restoration Laborer

Posted in Tribal Employment

Job Announcement
Ecosystem Restoration Laborer
Tribal Ecosystem Restoration Workforce Training and Employment Program
The Pit River Tribe in partnership with California Trout and Lomakatsi Restoration Project will facilitate an ecosystemrestoration workforce training and employment program during fall of 2014. On behalf of this partnership,Lomakatsi Restoration Project will be accepting applications from qualified Pit River Tribal members to
conduct stream restoration projects in the Wild Trout area of Hat Creek. Project activities will focus on restoring
the ecological function of the Wild Trout Area riparian (streamside) corridor in an effort to protect wild trout
populations and the unique cultural and recreational attributes that define Hat Creek as one of California’s most
important cold-water spring-fed natural resources.
Position: Ecosystem Restoration Laborer (9 positions available)
Description: Under the mentorship of Lomakatsi specialists and a Pit River Tribal Workforce Manager, crew
members will conduct general forestry labor and restoration activities including trail work, erosion control, tree
and shrub planting/maintenance, and noxious weed abatement.
Qualifications:
 Must be at least 18 years old and Pit River Tribal Member
 Previous experience working in manual labor (ex: construction, landscaping, agriculture, forestry, etc.)
 Field experience in trail work, forestry (chainsaw operation), Wildland Fire Fighting, or tree planting preferred
 Dedicated work ethic and demonstrated ability to perform physically demanding labor
 Ability to work in a team setting and follow training instructions/job assignments
Salary: $13.50 per hour/40 hours per week for 9 weeks
Program Employment Period: September 29th through November 26th
Job Announcement Posting Date: August 26th
Application Submission Closing Date: September 8th
Application Submission Location: Pit River Tribe Environmental Department, 36970 Park Ave. Burney,
Ca 96013. For questions, contact Shawnna Wilson at (530)335-5421 Ext. 1504.
Applications are available from the Pit River Tribe Environmental Department or Pit River Tribe Administration
Building.
For additional information please contact Alicia Fitzgerald at:
Lomakatsi Restoration Project. Office: 541-488-0208.
Mailing address: P.O. Box 3084, Ashland, OR 97520. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ecosystem Restoration Crew Manager

Posted in Tribal Employment

Job Announcement
Ecosystem Restoration Crew Manager
Tribal Ecosystem Restoration Workforce Training and Employment Program
The Pit River Tribe in partnership with California Trout and Lomakatsi Restoration Project will facilitate an ecosystem restoration
workforce training and employment program during fall of 2014. On behalf of this partnership, Lomakatsi Restoration
Project will be accepting applications from qualified Pit River Tribal members to conduct stream restoration projects in
the Wild Trout area of Hat Creek. Project activities will focus on restoring the ecological function of the Wild Trout Area riparian
(streamside) corridor in an effort to protect wild trout populations and the unique cultural and recreational attributes
that define Hat Creek as one of California’s most important cold-water spring-fed natural resources.
Position: Ecosystem Restoration Crew Manager (1 position available)
Description: Under the mentorship of Lomakatsi specialists, the Pit River Tribal Workforce Manager will provide tribal
crew leadership for labor intensive, on-the-ground, restoration project implementation. General forestry labor and restoration
activities including trail work, erosion control, tree and shrub planting/maintenance, and noxious weed abatement.
Qualifications:
 Must be at least 18 years old and Pit River Tribal Member
 Previous experience working on and managing labor crews required, including basic writing/documentation skills (ex:
Filling out daily logs, inspection sheets, timecards)
 Field experience in trail work, forestry (chainsaw operation), Wildland

Payroll Technician

Posted in Tribal Employment

Title: Payroll Technician

Department: Finance and Accounting

Supervisor: Accounting Supervisor

Supervises: None

Rate of Pay: $14-$20 

 

Position Summary:

This is an entry level position; we need someone that is a quick learner and a productive worker who would like to come grow a career with the Pit River Tribe. The payroll technician is responsible for processing all payroll for Tribal employees.

 

Specific Responsibilities:

1. Ensure accurate processing of payroll biweekly

2. Print and disbursement of all payroll checks and direct deposits

3. Record vacation and sick accrual

4. Keeping track of and updating HR files

5. Assist with other tasks as assigned

 

Qualifications:

1. Must be High School graduate or Equivalent, and one year of general accounting experience

2. Must be able to type and ten-key with accuracy

3. Must be able to pass a background check (no felonies)

4. Knowledge of MIP is a plus

5. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, and Outlook) is a plus

 

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ALL applicants must be willing to submit to and pass a pre-employment drug screening and background check. Preference will be given to Native Americans in accordance with P.L. 93-638. Benefits after successful completion of 90 day initial trial period include: paid holidays, accumulative vacation and sick time.

 

 

For applications and to send a resume Contact Charles White @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 530-335-5421 EXT 1201

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Natural Resource Laborers XL Reservation $10-$12/hr

Posted in Tribal Employment

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Pit River Tribal Natural Resource Department has four full time seasonal positions (temporary) open for projects located on the XL-Reservation in Alturas.

Wages: $10.00 - $12.00 per hour DOE.

Duties: This is a labor demanding positions and is outdoors in all types of weather.

Projects range from cutting and stacking Juniper, building/repairing fence, digging fence holes, digging trenches by hand tools, working in water and riparian areas. Cutting, splitting and stacking wood. At times maybe needed to help ranch crew with projects.

You should be able to work with hand tools, shovels, digging bars, post hole diggers, T-post drivers.

Position Requirements: Must Pass Drug Screening, be of 18years of age, dependable, must be able to follow direction of crew boss or other supervisors.

Applicants with a current valid driver’s license and clean record a plus.

Pick up applications at the Burney or XL offices.

Pit River Tribe is a DRUG & Alcohol – FREE WORK PLACE


All applicants must be willing to submit to and pass a pre-employment drug screening and background check.

OPEN UNTIL FIELD

Indian Preference:  Priority preference will be given to Pit River Tribal Members.  Qualified American Indian and Alaskan Natives under the Federal Indian Preference Act, (43 CFR, 17.3 [d]) will also be considered.