Human Resources Department

The mission of the HR Department is to provide services that enable FIGR to attract, support, retain and develop the diverse talent needed to achieve the Tribe’s mission. We now aim to be using and recording different employee engagement metrics to record performance and engage with employees on a deeper level, to further better the Tribe. Knowing how employees act and respond in certain workplace areas, can help emloyers with employee loyalty and promote a healthier workplace. Consulting an employee handbook can be extremely beneficial for the team as a whole.

Human Resources Department

Office Hours

Office hours are Monday – Friday,
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
You can reach the office by calling 707.566.2288 or by email at jobs@gratonrancheria.com


All full-time and part-time regular employees (must work 20+ hours) receive a comprehensive benefits package that include:

  • Medical Insurance – no cost to the employee
  • Vision Insurance – no cost to the employee
  • Dental Insurance – no cost to the employee
  • 401(k) after six months
  • Long-term Disability Income Insurance – no cost to the employee
  • Eleven (11) paid holidays
  • Personal Time Off (PTO) – accrued based on hours worked
  • Employee Assistance Program

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Human Resources Department

Employment Opportunities

To Apply: Please submit a Tribal Employment Application with your resume and a cover letter detailing your
education and experience related to the position advertised. Visit our website at www.gratonrancheria.com to
download a copy of the application, job announcement and, job description. Email completed application packet to:

jobs@gratonrancheria.com or mail to
Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
Attention: Human Resources

6400 Redwood Drive, Suite 300, Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Or you can drop off your application packet prior to the close of business on the deadline date listed on this Job
Announcement to the address listed above.


Job Title: Cultural Resources Project Specialist
Department: Cultural Resources
Classification: Non-exempt
Office Hours: M-F, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Salary Range: $77,000 to $96,000 – DOE
Location: Rohnert Park, CA
Reports to: Tribal Heritage Preservation Officer
Type: Full-time


Under the direct supervision of the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, the Cultural Resources Project Specialist (Project Specialist) will provide project coordination for the Tolay Lake project as required by the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) Environmental Regulatory Enhancement grant. The Project Specialist will also coordinate the implementation of the Tolay Lake comanagement agreement between the Tribe and Sonoma County Regional Parks. The Project Specialist will assist the THPO and department staff as other projects are developed and as directed. The Project Specialist must be able to develop, implement and provide a high level of support to special projects.

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