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Welcome to Yocha Dehe Career Opportunities Center

You have come to the right place if you're seeking employment with Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. We are an innovative, fast-thinking and community-focused organization. So, whether you are seeking a career in land management, operations, education, IT, finance, fire and safety, government administration or cultural preservation, you will no doubt find a challenging employment opportunity within our diverse community setting. We will enrich your career path in more ways than one; after all, our success depends on our greatest asset - our employees!


Current Job Openings

Administration & Preparedness Manager
Under general supervision of the Fire Chief, this position provides professional and technical assistance to the Fire Chief by performing responsible, professional and technical administrative and analytical duties. This position implements tribal and fire department policies, procedures, and practices regarding business and fiscal transactions; implements internal policies to facilitate the Fire Commission’s and Fire Chief’s personnel, business, fiscal, and programmatic goals and objectives. Performs advanced professional and supervisory work assisting the Fire Chief in the business and financial operations of the fire department, including planning, organizing, assigning, conducting, and evaluating financial and business operations of the department and assisting the Fire Chief in long-range business and financial planning of the department. For more information and how to apply, please visit Indeed.
Director of Tribal Giving Program
The Director will work with the Community Fund Board, Board of Doyuti T’uhkama, and Tribal Council to develop a long-term agenda and strategic plan for the Tribe’s philanthropic endeavors. This will include the oversight and implementation of both the Community Fund and Doyuti T’uhkama, the Tribe’s Compact Credit program. Also, in coordination with other Yocha Dehe staff and consultants, the Director will explore, identify and recommend projects, programs and initiatives that could be funded, in all or part, with support from one, or both, of the Yocha Dehe Giving Program. The Director will also play a key role in forming partnerships with tribes, foundations, local, state and national organizations to address areas of common interest in order to bring about positive change in accordance with the Board’s core values and giving categories. For more information and how to apply, please visit Indeed.
Tribal Cultural Monitor I
The Tribal Cultural Monitor serves a crucial function in the protection and preservation of Yocha Dehe cultural and historic resources. The Tribal Cultural Monitor works to avoid destructive ground disturbances by locating and identifying cultural resources, and making in the field recommendations on mitigation measures. The Tribal Cultural Monitor also oversees ground disturbing activities to prevent desecration of cultural resources during construction within the Patwin historic aboriginal territory. Independent work and judgment must be exercised in order to carry out the overall responsibilities. Additionally, the Tribal Cultural Monitor works with the Cultural Resource Department; Tribal Cultural Renewal Committee; Federal, State and Local Agencies and developers to protect and provide culturally appropriate insight to cultural sites, mitigation measures, treatment and disposition of artifacts or any other items of cultural interest to the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. For more information and how to apply, please visit Indeed.


To submit your resume, email recruitment@yochadehe-nsn.gov