Human Resources

California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc. is committed to making a positive contribution to our community and to the lives of our employees. People from many backgrounds and cultures have joined into a talented team of professionals to promote outstanding quality services and friendly work environment which are essential for creativity and business growth. For us, hiring talented, dedicated and goal-oriented individuals makes the measurable difference.

Join our winning team!  Employment Opportunities

Our Benefits

Where would California Rural Indian Health be without our employees? They are our most important assets and we are fortunate to have attracted some very talented people. Because their continued satisfaction benefits us all, we strive to provide our employees with the best benefits possible. *Eligibility for some benefits will differ based on job classification and length of employment.

Competitive Pay Program

Health & Life Insurance

Vacation / Sick / Holiday Pay

Retirement (401K) & Pension Plan

Flexible Spending Plans

Hiring Practices

Applications and resumes are only accepted for Open Positions. To be considered for employment, applicants must submit an online application. If unable to complete the online application, a paper application and supporting documentation may be faxed to Human Resources at (916) 929-2358 or mailed to Human Resources at the address listed below.

Indian Preference: Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473).  Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

Criminal Background Checks: Background checks and fingerprinting are required for all Head Start positions at California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc. Persons with two or more misdemeanor convictions and/or a felony conviction of a crime against persons will not be allowed to work in positions that have contact with children and/or elders. Positions that have access to confidential information or financial information require background investigations to determine suitability for employment.

Department of Transportation (DOT) Testing:  Some classifications or positions have been designated as “safety-sensitive”, under regulations issued by the DOT. Federal law requires that all employees who perform safety-sensitive functions be subject to random, post-accident, reasonable suspicion, return-to-duty and follow-up drug and alcohol testing. All applicants for safety-sensitive positions must pass a pre-employment DOT drug test prior to appointment.

Full Members/Employers

Full Members are welcome to submit job postings for their clinics.  Employers Post Jobs Here

All postings are subject to approval and will remain on the site for no more than 45 days. If a suitable candidate is not found during that period, members are welcome to resubmit their posting.

Employment Opportunities