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The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB) is a nonprofit tribal advisory organization serving the 43 federally-recognized tribes of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. NPAIHB represents tribal interests in state and national decision-making, facilitates health-related capacity development, and provides education and technical assistance to the tribes. NPAIHB is also the home of the Northwest Tribal Epidemiology Center, whose mission is to collaborate with the Northwest tribes to provide health-related research, surveillance, and training to improve the quality of the life of American Indians and Alaskan Natives (AI/AN).

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NPAIHB Member Tribes Employment Opportunities*

*NPAIHB is not the contact office for these job announcements. Please see contact on individual listings. Jobs will remain listed for 30 days and then removed unless notification is received for an extension period.

Burns Paiute Tribe

Contract Licensed Mental Health Therapist

General Manager Final Position Description

GM Hiring Process

Coquille Indian Tribe Community Health Center

IT Tech Support Specialist
http://www.coquilletribe.org/hr.htm

COEUR D’ALENE TRIBE

Chief Executive Officer

Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation

GENERAL DENTIST
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Certified Nursing Assistant (NAC)
Registered Nurse

CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF COOS-LOWER UMPQUA-SIUSLAW

Dental Assistant

CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF GRAND RONDE

http://www.grandronde.org/about/employment/
Chemical Dependency Counselor
Sr. Mental Health Counselor
Family Nurse Practitioner
Physician

CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF WARM SPRINGS

JOB TITLE:  MCP DIRECTOR
JOB TITLE:  Community Health Nurse POSITION #: 703192
Contact Person for Information:  Elizabeth Johnson Telephone: 541-553-2460
Department:  Community Health Nursing Branch:  Health and Human Services
Duties include nursing assessments, and appropriate care planning, implementation, and evaluation of interventions as a continuous process in clinic, corrections, and home settings as well as other community settings as appropriate.  Unencumbered Oregon Board of Nursing License required.  Bachelor’s degree in nursing preferred, associate’s degree in nursing with experience in public health nursing acceptable. Applicants must be able to demonstrate the ability to work independently, including quality care, communication, and documentation.  Must be able to have good working relationships with Indian Health Service personnel and other agencies that collaborate with nurses including Tribal, State and Federal agencies. Experience with mobile medicine and using EHR a plus. Applicant must be able to pass required back ground checks and drug testing.  Oregon Drivers License required.
Salary Range: min $50,506./year (max) $55,393./year
Full time, may involve some weekend/evening, no ‘call’, no nights.
Apply on line at Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs website.

Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians

Tribal Government Employment
Violence Against Women Act Program Outreach Specialist

COQUILLE INDIAN TRIBE

http://www.coquilletribe.org/coquille-indian-tribe-human-resources.htm

CLINIC NURSE CASE MANAGER

JAMESTOWN S’KLALLAM TRIBE

Family Practice Physician           
Medical Director 
http://jamestowntribe.iapplicants.com/
http://7cedarsresort.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php
http://www.jamestowntribe.org/forms/applicationjkt.htm

Kalispel Tribe

Behavioral Health - Support Services Director
The Director is responsible for the daily administration, fiscal management and supervision of Camas Path Behavioral Health (CP-BH) support programs and services for youth and adults. Programs and services include, but are not limited to; Independent Living, Faith Based Services, Indian Child Welfare, Foster Care Licensing, Child Care Licensing, Transitional Housing Units, and Young Peoples Place. The Director further ensures that all BH support programs and services are culturally proficient for the population served.
Mid-Level Medical Provider
The Mid-Level Medical Provider will provide out-patient professional medical services to patients of all ages in a rural setting.

Klamath Tribes

Health General Manager
Contact: Human Resource 541-882-1487 ext 205
Department: Administration
The Klamath Tribes operate health care services under a Public Law 93-638 contract with the Indian Health Service.  Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services is a department of The Klamath Tribes and is responsible for offering comprehensive, on-site medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy and purchased/referred care (off-site) services to eligible beneficiaries in a primary care setting.  The Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services’ governing body (the Klamath Tribal Council) shall select and appoint a Health General Manager (HGM) who will manage, direct, and monitor health center day-to-day operations and patient care functions; in compliance with Tribal, Federal, and other applicable requirements.  The Health General Manager (HGM) will provide strategic leadership and will translate Tribal Council policy into action, all in accordance with the mission, vision, values of the organization.
Salary Range: $83,432 – 4127,588/year
Professional, Management, Regular, Full-Time
Apply on line at http://www.klamathtribalhealth.org

Medical Clinic Nurse
Contact: Human Resource 541-882-1487 ext 205
Department: Medical
The Medical Clinic Nurse will be responsible for performing a full range of nursing tasks for the Medical Clinic in a variety of settings, working with a diverse group of patients and care providers.  The Medical Clinic Nurse will exercise full professional discretion and technical judgment based on licensure.  Routine duties shall include providing health care related services to individuals eligible for services provided by Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services in homes, schools, clinics, alternate job sites and other community locations within the Klamath Tribes’ Service Unit.
Salary Range: $59,373 - $91,781/year
Professional, Regular, Full-Time
Apply on line at http://www.klamathtribalhealth.org

Family Nurse Practitioner
Contact: Human Resource 541-882-1487 ext 205
Department: Medical
The Family Nurse Practitioner works collaboratively with the Medical Clinic Director to provide a wide range of primary care services which encompasses health promotion, injury and illness prevention, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of commonly encountered health problems and injuries, monitoring of stable chronic health problems, and community development and advocacy. Performs testing, referral to physicians as needed, writes prescriptions, and performs office procedures within the scope of expertise, protocols, and available equipment.  These services are provided within a holistic, patient care-centered framework to patients of all ages. Routine duties shall include providing health care related services to individuals eligible for services provided by Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services in homes, schools, clinics, alternate job sites and other community locations within the Klamath Tribes’ Service Unit.
Salary Range: $83,432 - $127,588/year
Professional, Regular, Full-Time
Apply on line at http://www.klamathtribalhealth.org

Dentist
Contact: Human Resource 541-882-1487 ext 205
Department: Dental
The Dentist is responsible for carrying out the contracted responsibilities of providing dental care services to the Native American population residing in the service area of the Klamath Tribes. These duties include serving as a direct provider of dental services at the Klamath Tribes Dental Clinic. Routine duties shall include providing health care related services to individuals eligible for services provided by Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services in homes, schools, clinics, alternate job sites and other community locations within the Klamath Tribes’ Service Unit.
Salary Range: $127,409 - $177,239/year
Professional, Regular, Full-Time
Apply on line at http://www.klamathtribalhealth.org

Family Practice Physician
Contact: Human Resource 541-882-1487 ext 205
Department: Medical
The Family Practice Physician is responsible for providing health care services to the Native American population residing in the service area of the Klamath Tribes. These duties include serving as a direct provider of health care services providing quality, compassionate and culturally sensitive care for medical patients of Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services according to national medical standards of care.  The Family Practice Physician works collaboratively with the Medical Clinic Director to provide a wide range of primary care services which encompasses health promotion, injury and illness prevention, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of commonly encountered health problems and injuries, monitoring of stable chronic health problems, and community development and advocacy. Performs testing, referrals as needed, writes prescriptions, and performs office procedures within the scope of expertise, protocols, and available equipment.  These services are provided within a holistic, patient care-centered framework to patients of all ages. Routine duties shall include providing health care related services to individuals eligible for services provided by Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services in homes, schools, clinics, alternate job sites and other community locations within the Klamath Tribes’ Service Unit.
Salary Range: $141,027 - $196,186/year
Professional, Regular, Full-Time
Apply on line at http://www.klamathtribalhealth.org

Senior Elder Outreach Worker

Temp Driver

LOWER ELWHA KLALLAM TRIBE

http://www.elwha.org/employmentopportunities.html

Mental Health Clinician

Full-time Dental Assistant
Lower Elwha Dental Clinic – Port Angeles, WA
Lower Elwha Health Department is seeking a highly capable Dental Assistant to join our team in providing professional dental services to all patients receiving services. Assuring quality of care is best practice, and that teamwork is evident and customer service is the goal. As a member of our dental team you will enjoy the fulfillment of meeting a vital need for patient dental services.  You will find success in achieving improved outcomes for all patients as you assist with and wide range of duties. Hourly pay range is $13.60 – $17.14.
Contact: Employment Services Department
2851 Lower Elwha Road
Port Angeles, WA 98363
(360) 452-8471 ext. 7429

KLALLAM COUNSELING POSITION
ANNOUNCEMENTS
(2)Part Time UA tech $10.26 per hour
(1)Full Time Mental Health Receptionist $10.26 to $12.96 DOE
Indian preference in hiring in accordance with PL 93-638.
Contact: Personnel, 2851 Lower Elwha Rd.,
Pt. Angeles, WA 98363 (360) 452-8471 ext. 7430
for required application packet. Or go online to
http://www.elwha.org to download an application.

Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant
Lower Elwha Health Department – Port Angeles, Washington
Seeking a highly capable Nurse Practitioner or Physician’s Assistant to manage acute and chronic medical conditions (both physical and mental) through comprehensive history taking, physical exam, medical treatments, and the ordering of diagnostic tests.
As a member of our provider team you will enjoy the fulfillment of meeting a vital need for patient healthcare services.  You will find success in achieving improved outcomes for patients as you diagnose medical problems, order treatments, prescribe medications, and make referrals for a wide range of acute and chronic medical conditions.
A highly capable team of nurses, medical assistants, acupuncturists, massage therapists join our referral and administrative support staff to surround you with the “hands, arms, and hearts” of dedicated healthcare professionals.  Washington State ARNP or PA license, primary care clinic experience preferred, willing to consider new grads.  We offer a very competitive salary range of $92,518 to $ 112,548 depending on experience.

Contact: Employment Services Department
2851 Lower Elwha Road
Port Angeles, WA 98363
(360) 452-8471 ext. 7429

Lummi Tribe

http://www.lummi-nsn.org/website/dept_pages/employ_training/employment_training_home.shtml

Makah Tribe

http://www.makah.com/employment.html

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe

Staff Dentist

NEZ PERCE TRIBAL HEALTH BOARD

Nimiipuu Health of the Nez Perce Tribe
http://www.nimiipuuhealth.org/careers/
Please submit a complete NMPH Application, Three (3) letters of reference and a resume/CV to:
Nimiipuu Health
Attn: HR Department
P.O. Drawer 367
Lapwai, ID 83540
For further details contact:
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Toll-Free: (888)891-2920
Fax: (208)843-9407
http://www.nimiipuuhealth.org

NOOKSACK TRIBE

http://nooksackindiantribe.org/departments/humanresources/

PORT GAMBLE S’KLALLAM TRIBE

http://www.pgst.nsn.us/employment

Women’s Health Provider
The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe is seeking a Women’s Health Provider.  The Women’s Health Provider provides gynecological health care, diagnosis, treatment, prescriptions, health maintenance and referral.
Proficiency with insertion of both IUDs and contraceptive implants.  Proficiency with endometrial biopsy desired. These services are provided within a family practice Health Clinic.  Washington State ARNP or PA license.  We offer a competitive salary range depending on experience.
Professional, contractual, one day per week.
Apply on line at http://www.jobs@pgst.nsn.us

On-Call Dental Assistant
Closes: Monday, April 4th, 2016
The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe is seeking an on-call Dental Assistant.  The Dental Assistant assists patients in completing medical history, takes and records blood pressure as needed, sets up instruments and equipment, provides chair assistance during procedures and exams, assists inputting information in the dental computer records, rubber dam placement, does radiographs, offers oral hygiene instruction, cleans and polishes dental appliances, takes impressions, maintains dental facility, equipment, and supplies.  Other duties as listed on the job description which can be found on our website.
Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Previous dental experience preferred with thorough understanding of the operations of a professional dental clinic.  Dental assistant certification preferred; willingness to receive on-going continuing education required. Basic personal computer skills. Ability to learn dental terminology and use it correctly in performing procedures and maintaining patient records.  Skill and dexterity in performing dental procedures. Good punctuality and attendance.
Must pass a Criminal History Background and Drug and Alcohol UA Test. Please submit your application/resume to Human Resources by 4:30pm of the closing date.
For full job description and application, view our website http://www.pgst.nsn.us/employment

PUYALLUP TRIBAL HEALTH AUTHORITY

To view the latest job listings please visit their Employment website at:
http://www.eptha.com/Employment.html

QUILEUTE TRIBE

Mid-Level Practitioner
Benefits Coordinator/Patient Registration

QUINAULT INDIAN NATION

http://quinaultindiannation.com/jobs.htm

SAUK-SUIATTLE INDIAN TRIBE

Seeking to hire Clinical Manager/Health Care Provider, this is a full-time position, health benefits, 401(k) Plan, Salary Range $72k to $83k Annually. Open until filled.
Washington State Certified Chemical Dependency Clinical Director, Full-time position , health benefits, 401(k) Plan, Salaried $62K annually. Opened until filled.
Applications on web site at www.Sauk-Suiattle.com

Contact HR Department 8:30 to 4:30 Phone 360-436-2833, Fax 360-4536-1511.                 
George Bailey, HR Director

SHOALWATER BAY TRIBE

http://www.shoalwaterbay-nsn.gov/home/about-the-tribe/employment-opportunities/

SHOSHONE-BANNOCK TRIBE

http://www.shoshonebannocktribes.com/shoshone-bannock-employment-opportunities.cfm

SKOKOMISH INDIAN TRIBE

http://www.skokomish.org/employmentrfps/
Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP)
POSITION:    Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP)
                           
SUPERVISOR:  Health Clinic Director

SALARY RANGE:  Depending on Experience

NATURE OF WORK:  To provide comprehensive direct health care services to the eligible American Indian and Alaskan Native within the service area of the Skokomish Indian Tribe.  The direct health care services encompass the practice of Family Nurse Practitioner position.  This includes diagnosis, prevention and treatment of injuries, diseases, physician examination, evaluations assessments, referrals and administration of the medical clinic and supervision of personnel & contractors. The position has supervision by the Skokomish Health Director.

CLINICAL REGISTERED NURSE-Licensed in the State of Washington

SNOQUALMIE TRIBE

Family Practice Physician/Medical Director
Family Practice Physician (includes FP NP’s)
RN Community Health Nurse
RN Case Manager
HWD Contracts Grants Manager
To view open positions with the Snoqualmie Tribe, please click on this link: http://snoqualmietribaljobs.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php
If you are interested in applying for any of the listed positions,
please download the Snoqualmie Tribe Application https://snoqualmietribaljobs.iapplicants.com/application.php and either email it to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or fax it to 425-888-6525.

SQUAXIN ISLAND TRIBE

Family Nurse Practitioner

SUQUAMISH TRIBE

Health Benefits Coordinator

TULALIP TRIBAL HEALTH CLINIC

Public Health Case Manager.MIH. Job Description 04.28.16
Revised Public Health Administrator Job Description 4.27.2016
http://employment.tulaliptribes-nsn.gov/

Umatilla Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center

Project Manager for the Circles of Hope Suicide Prevention Program
Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center is seeking a qualified individual to become the Project Manager for the Circles of Hope Suicide Prevention Program. The first look at applications will be this Friday, November 20th. The job description and required application are attached. Share with any interested parties.

Please contact Janyce Quaempts in HR for additional information at 541-278-7549 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

CIRCLES OF HOPE PROJECT MANAGER


EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
• Supervise and support work activities of the project staff team.
• Develop Memorandums of Understanding with partner agencies
• Work with project team to establish and coordinate community coalition.
• Assure data collection and reporting requirements of the project are met.
• Collaborate with other YTHC departments to support system development and changes which support the development of a community safer from suicide.
• Provide strong leadership for implementation of Project Venture model for middle school age youth
• Communicate and partner effectively with SAMHSA, SPRC and NPC Research
• Provide ASIST, QPR, and post-prevention trainings in multiple community settings
• Provide leadership to the process of developing a media campaign
• Establish agreements with contractors and oversee their work activities.
• Lead and attend meetings with community and project partners
• Prepare written reports and other project documents required for the cooperative agreement.
• Support the professional development of project staff through regular supervision, and complete performance reviews for non-clinical project staff
• Other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s Degree in Social Work, Public Health, or related field
• Demonstrated experience in prevention, youth work, and experiential skills training
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team setting with diverse membership
• Maintain lifestyle consistent with behavioral health role modeling of wellness and recovery
• Knowledge of suicide prevention programs and practices and delivery of behavioral health services to Native American communities
• Must adhere to YTHC policies and procedures regarding alcohol and illegal substances.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license to perform job duties that involve driving GSA vehicles both on and off the Umatilla Indian Reservation and maintain insurability to operate a GSA vehicle.
• Represents Yellowhawk with a respected and viable presence in the community. 
• Must submit to and pass a reference and criminal background check. 
• Must submit to and pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening.

The success of YTHC’s delivery of health care services, its business operation and reputation are built on the principles of our employees’ fair and ethical conduct.  Our reputation for integrity and excellence requires careful observance of the terms of YTHC’s contracts with funding agencies, the Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual, and the spirit of all applicable laws and regulations, as well as the adherence of YTHC employees to the highest standards that govern their professions, conduct and personal integrity.

Thank you,

Denise Wickert
Young Adult Outreach Specialist
Circles of Hope Suicide Prevention Program
Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center
Office: 541-215-1960
Cell: 541-215-2511
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PO Box 160
Pendleton, Oregon 97801

UPPER SKAGIT INDIAN TRIBE

Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs

Job opportunities with Warm Springs Tribe

YAKAMA NATION

Tribal Employment Listings
Employment Application


Other Employment Opportunities*

*NPAIHB is not the contact office for these job announcements. Please see contact on individual listings. Jobs will remain listed for 30 days and then removed unless notification is received for an extension period.

ALASKA NATIVE TRIBAL HEALTH CONSORTIUM

http://anthctoday.org/jobs/jobs3-2.html

Bonneville Power Administration

Public Affairs Specialist (Tribal Account Executive) GS-1035-13 (DIT)

California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc. (CRIHB)

http://www.crihb.org/employment-opportunities-2/

Cedar Bough Native American Program

Master’s Level Therapist
The Cedar Bough Native American Program of Youth Villages serves children with emotional and behavioral challenges by providing holistic care for youth and families using cultural and traditional practices. The Therapist position works directly with 8-12 tribal youth on a daily basis providing individual, group and family therapy to each resident. Cedar Bough is located in Marylhurst, OR about 15 minutes south of Portland, OR.

Read about the job at Youth Villages Careers online. For additional questions contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), Cultural Coordinator.

Cedar Bough Native American Program
Youth Villages
P.O. Box 368
Marylhurst, OR 97036
O: 503-675-2243
F: 503-697-6932
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
http://www.YouthVillages.org

Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER
Professional Research Assistant

Central Valley Indian Health (CVIH)

http://cvih.org/employment.html

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is currently seeking exceptional candidates for the position of CDC Director for the Office of State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support (OSTLTS)
Job ID 1443664
Date posted 02/09/2016
Department: HHS CDC Center Executive Resources
Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Job Announcement Number: HHS-CDC-RF-16-1621508
SALARY RANGE: $122744 to $205700/Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: 2016-02-10 to 2016-03-10
SERIES & GRADE: RF-0602-00/00
POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: United States Citizens

AGENCY MARKETING STATEMENT:
What exciting career opportunities await you at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)!  The CDC is recruiting for a new Director for the Office of State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support (OSTLTS)
This vacancy is also being announced currently under vacany announcements:

HHS-CDC-ES-16-1618368

HHS-CDC-ES-16-1618576

HHS-CDC-RF-16-1599186
JOB SUMMARY:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the agency Americans trust with their lives. As a global leader in public health, CDC is the nation’s premier health promotion, prevention, and preparedness agency. Whether we are protecting the American people from public health threats, researching emerging diseases, or mobilizing public health programs with our domestic and international partners, we rely on our employees to make a real difference in the health and well-being of people here and around the world.

This is an Excepted Service position under Title 42. Applications will be accepted from all qualified US Citizens including Public Health Service Commissioned Corps officers. No previous federal experience is required. This appointment does not confer any entitlement to a position in the competitive service and no entitlement to Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) appeal rights.

The executive level compensation package is commensurate with qualifications and experience and may result in a higher salary than reflected above. This position is located in the Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support (OSTLTS) Office of the Director (OD) in Atlanta, Georgia.

CDC Financial Disclosure: OGE Form 450 or OGE Form 278

Holding ourselves to a higher standard—the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention inspires public confidence in its trust, responsibilities, and mission by maintaining high ethical principles. This position is subject to the confidential/public financial disclosure requirements of the Ethics in Government Act of 1978 (P.L. 95-521). Therefore, if selected, you will be required to complete a Confidential Financial Disclosure Report (OGE Form 450) or Public Financial Disclosure Report (OGE Form 278) to determine if a conflict or an appearance of a conflict exists between your financial interest and your prospective position with the agency. This information will be required annually.

COLUMBIA RIVER Inter-Tribal Fish Commission

See all jobs listed:

Full-Time, Dispatcher position

Full-Time, Staff Accountant. This position provides accounting support to various functions within the
organization, with a focus on off-site locations, by providing analysis of budgets and expenditures,
tracking invoices and purchase orders, compiling information for decision-making and other work as
needed to assist in the meeting of programmatic goals.
The position also provides back-up support for the payroll function. It also assists in internal and
external audit activities, prepares general ledger journal entries; assists in special project management;
and performs other work as assigned. Visit http://www.critfc.org/jobs/staff-accountant/ for a full job
description and instructions on how to apply. The announcement closing date is June 19, 2015.

Full-Time, Field Marketing Specialist. The Field Marketing Coordinator position is a function of the
Salmon Marketing Program within the Finance and Operations Department and coordinates the salmon
marketing program which is designed to increase the economic benefit of treaty fisheries to tribal
fishers. This position utilizes a strong marketing background and a good understanding of marketing
components as they relate to world markets and the four tribe’s commercial treaty fisheries. The
position also requires good interpersonal skills as it interacts with the four tribes and other tribal
entities, tribal fishers, wholesale and retail buyers and agencies to help identify, funding, sales
opportunities and to provide training. It also requires budget management skills to ensure funds are
secured to meet programmatic needs. The position is full-time and is required to be available for fulltime
work during the commercial fisheries seasons. The position also requires a valid driver’s license.
Visit http://www.critfc.org/jobs/field-marketing-specialist/ for a full job description and instructions on
how to apply. The announcement closing date is June 19, 2015.

Full-Time, Fisheries Geneticist. We are seeking a Fisheries Geneticist with experience in population
genomics, association mapping, and mixed stock analyses. This position is part of CRITFC’s Fishery
Science Department, but will be located with the genetics group at the Hagerman Fish Culture
Experiment Station in Hagerman, ID. This research group is involved in testing conservation, evolution,
and ecological theories related to salmonids and other fishes. The employee will work under the Lead
Geneticist, in association with CRITFC geneticists and technicians, as well as staff of the Fishery Science
Department in Portland, OR. Efforts will focus on applying empirical genetics/genomics data to address
questions related to conservation and recovery of steelhead, Chinook, sockeye, and coho salmon,
sturgeon, lamprey, and other fishes of the Columbia River Basin. Visit
http://www.critfc.org/jobs/fisheries-geneticist// for a full job description and instructions on how to
apply. The announcement closing date is June 19, 2015.

Full-Time, Biometrician
. The Fishery Scientist (Biometrician) works on projects involving the modeling of
the population dynamics of Pacific salmon. The incumbent will serve on the Pacific Salmon Commission
Chinook Technical Committee, an inter-agency technical committee that models chinook salmon stocks
and fisheries along the Pacific coast. Visit http://www.critfc.org/jobs/fishery-scientist-biometrician/ for a
full job description and instructions on how to apply. The announcement closing date is June 30, 2015.
Full-Time, Harvest Management Scientist. The Harvest Management Scientist assists the tribes in
planning and coordination of tribal harvest in the Columbia River Basin for CRITFC’s four member tribes.

The Harvest Management Scientist works within various harvest management forums to implement tribal fisheries consistent the treaty fishing rights case law. The Harvest Management Scientist works with tribal policy makers and staff to develop and implement fisheries consistent with tribal objectives. The Harvest Management Scientist also works with tribal policy makers and staff in coordination of artificial propagation reform to achieve goals and objectives consistent with treaty fishing rights case law and regional management processes. Visit http://www.critfc.org/jobs/fishery-scientist-harvest-management/ for a full job description and instructions on how to apply. The announcement closing date is June 30, 2015.

Full-Time, Hatchery Production Coordinator. The Hatchery Production Coordinator (John Day Mitigation) works with tribal policy makers and staff to develop and implement a salmon hatchery mitigation program consistent with tribal objectives. The Coordinator works in regional processes to monitor regional salmon hatchery production and implement tribal initiatives. Visit http://www.critfc.org/jobs/hatchery-production-coordinator/for a full job description and instructions on how to apply. The announcement closing date is June 30, 2015.

Full-Time, Patrol Officer. Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fisheries Enforcement (CRITFE) Patrol Officers are directly responsible for carrying out all enforcement and protective patrols by foot, vehicle and boat on the main stem Columbia River (Oregon and Washington shores) and its environs and also patrol at the In-lieu and Treaty Fishing Access sites (TFAS). Patrols are dictated by CRITFC/CRITFE policy, Tribal policy, contractual obligations of the Law Enforcement Department, and at the direction of patrol supervisors. Visit http://www.critfc.org/jobs/police-officer-2/ for a full job description and instructions on how to apply. The announcement closing date is July 6, 2015.

Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes

View jobs on the employment page

Family Care, Inc.(Oregon)

Health Equity Coordinator 
Health Equity Coordinator position description

THE HEALING LODGE OF THE SEVEN NATIONS

Executive Director

THE HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY (HCA)

http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm

Indian Health Service (IHS)

Office Automation Clerk

Public Health Advisor, GS-0685-12/13, with the Indian Health Service Headquarters Division of Behavioral Health in Rockville, MD.

Program Support Assistant

Ketchikan Indian Community (Alaska)

http://kictribe.org/about/employment/

Klamath Bird Observatory

NFWF intern announcement

NATIONAL INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ASSOCIATION

http://www.nicwa.org/careers/
http://www.nicwa.org/what_we_do/
Youth Engagement Specialist

Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest, INC.(NARA)

Check out our website employment page: http://www.naranorthwest.org/?page_id=546
Chemical Dependency Counselor for our NW Portland inpatient site.

Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)

Employment opportunities

Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission

Serving the Treaty Tribes of Western Washington
http://nwifc.org/employment/

Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

NCPHP Director position

Oregon Health Authority

Operations and Policy Analyst 4 (Equity and Inclusion Data Policy Analyst)
Principal Executive Manager E (Tribal Affairs Director)
Operations and Policy Analyst 4 (Senior Policy and Tribal Analyst)
Program Analyst 3 (Traditional Health Worker Program Coordinator)

Oregon Health & Science University - Center for Healthy Communities

Program Officer at the Milbank Memorial Fund and Center for Evidence-based Policy
The Milbank Memorial Fund in New York City and the Center for
Evidence-based Policy in Portland, Oregon, are seeking a motivated and
innovative leader with experience in Medicaid and/or other state
health-related policy programs for a joint appointment. This shared
Program Officer position will promote the mutual missions of the two
organizations‹advancing state policy and improving population health
with the use of evidence‹by overseeing existing shared projects and
identifying new opportunities to meet the evidence needs of state
health policy leaders.
For more information about this position go to http://www.milbank.org/jobs

Pit River Health Service, Inc.

Job Flyer 7-24-15
Employment Application (PDF)

Shasta Administrative Services

SALES DIRECTOR JOB OPENING
Shasta Administrative Services, a mid-sized Third Party Administrator located in Redmond, Oregon is searching for a seasoned veteran to add to our existing sales team.  A Bachelor’s degree and five years of experience in health insurance is preferred along with three years of experience in a communications, training or Sales role.  Must have a current Life and Health agent/insurance producer license.  Experience with self-insured, Tribal, Collective Bargaining/Taft-Hartley, and/or Public Entity plans will play heavily in our decision-making.
To apply, e-mail your resume, cover letter and salary expectations to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) by
September 30th.

SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC)

http://searhc.org/careers-education-intro

South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency (SPIPA)

Planning and Development Director
Job Description: Planner/Data Analyst

SPRC - Suicide Prevention Resource Center

SPRC seeks a Senior Tribal Prevention Specialist (PS) to be part of an 8-person team providing technical assistance to support grantees, tribes, states, and campuses around the country in their suicide prevention work.  This position will act as primary point of contact for assigned tribal GLS grantees and other SPRC partners working to advance suicide prevention in Native communities.  This position will also lead related projects to fill gaps and technical assistance (TA) needs among tribal grantees, and will collaborate closely with other teams to contribute to SPRC’s overall TA work supporting suicide prevention in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities.

Qualifications include a master’s degree or equivalent experience in a relevant field; experience providing information and support by phone and e-mail; experience working with diverse Native communities; particularly on prevention and/or mental health services; and experience leading projects and managing multiple tasks.

For more information and to apply

Susanville Indian Rancheria

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Susanville Indian Rancheria
Lassen Indian Health Center
745 Joaquin St, 
Susanville Ca 96130
Lanita Kupel/HR Mgr (tel.) 530-257-4921 (fax) 530-251-1895


The Susanville Indian Rancheria / Lassen Indian Health Center is seeking a Chief Operating Officer (COO) to be responsible for the smooth and efficient operation of the Lassen Indian Health Center including management of the profit and loss statement for the health center’s business, as well as the related resources associated with the health center operation.  In this capacity, the COO carries responsibility for integrating the strategic plan of the organization with the operations.  Through the health center structure, the COO provides management oversight for the development of high quality, cost effective and integrated programs within the health center.  This includes ensuring that LIHC staff is properly selected, trained, and managed.  The management portfolio held by this leader is notably diverse, with corresponding broad organization implications and complexity, characterized by substantial scope of responsibility in this respect.  The COO will exercise management responsibility over the health center ensuring efficient services that are designed to meet the needs of patients, providers, the public and staff.  This will either be done directly, or through delegation of responsibility to the management staff.  He or she will be responsible for the overall fiscal management, regulatory compliance, and marketing of the LIHC.

Requires: Masters degree in Health Administration, Business, or Public Administration, 10 years experience in responsible health center operations at the administrative leadership level, 5 years experience in health center administration in an outpatient setting, Demonstrated leadership and complex organization management skills. Strong interpersonal and human relations skills, Strong leadership skills, Well developed planning, marketing, organization, development, and business skills, Sensitivity for and understanding of academic disciplines and issues, Ability to work with physicians, staff, and professionals in multiple settings and locations and to promote diversity in the workplace, Information systems experience and understanding of data required to make meaningful management decisions, Negotiation and financial analysis skills, Must be experienced in the principles, practices, processes and techniques utilized in tribal health administration setting; including budget and fiscal management, personnel management, procurement, public relations, evaluation/audit procedures within programs and tribal government systems, Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills; Ability to speak, write effectively and prepare clear, concise and complete written reports, Must have experience with grant administration, Reliable transportation and valid drivers license with no more than five MVR points and insurable as determined by the Susanville Indian Rancheria insurance provider, Must be willing to travel as necessary, Must pass a pre-employment felony and misdemeanor background check, FBI fingerprint check and a professional and personal reference check, Must have general knowledge of economic, social, educational and cultural trends in the Indian community, Must have a demonstrated understanding of internal administration and relationships of tribal government systems.  Closing date 8/27/15.

Washington State Department of Health

Office of the Secretary is seeking an innovative and collaborative individual with excellent tribal cultural competency to fill the position of Tribal Liaison.  This position is part of a team working in a collaborative work environment.  The collaborative work environment includes working in a shared space environment, teleworking, and being part of a mobile workforce.

Reporting to the Secretary of Health for overall direction, the Tribal Liaision advises the Secretary, Executive Team, managers/supervisors, and staff on establishing, maintaining, and strengthening relationships with the 29 sovereign tribal nations and their member associations.

Washington State Employment

The Washington State Department of Health is recruiting for four (4)Health Services Consultant 2 – Lead Workerpositions(3 permanent positions and 1 non-permanents) in Tumwater, Washington
The Washington State Department of Health is recruiting for aHealth Services Consultant 3 – Prescription Monitoring Program Operations Managerposition in Tumwater, Washington
The Washington State Department of Health is recruiting for aHealth Services Consultant 3 – Trauma Designation Administrator positionin Tumwater,
The Washington State Department of Health is recruiting for aHealth Services Consultant 4 – Adolescent Health Program Managerposition in Tumwater, Washington
The Washington State Department of Health is recruiting for aInformation Technology Specialist 5 – Storage Systems Engineerposition in Tumwater,
The Washington State Department of Health is recruiting for aInformation Technology Systems/Applications Specialist 6 – Public Health Lab IT Supervisorposition in Shoreline, Washington
The Washington State Department of Health is recruiting for aInformation Technology Systems/Applications Specialist 6 – Public Health Lab IT Supervisorposition in Shoreline.

Wisdom of the Elders, INC.

Deputy Director Position Description
Hiring: Early in 2016
Position Summary: The deputy director position is a key new role at Wisdom of the Elders, Inc. The deputy director will report to and partner closely with the executive director as they chart Wisdom’s Three Year Strategic and Sustainability Plan. As requests for the organization’s services continue to accelerate, internal administrative responsibilities have become increasingly important. They range from sustainability plan fulfillment; staff and contractor supervision, mentoring and career progression; grant and contract management; and bookkeeping, financial reports and preparation for Wisdom’s first audit. External responsibilities include partnership relations and public relations to free up the executive director on multimedia production and new business developments. This position has the potential to transition into the executive director role.
Organization: Founded in 1993, Wisdom of the Elders, Inc. (Wisdom) records, preserves and shares oral history, cultural arts, language concepts, and traditional ecological knowledge of exemplary Native elders and scientists in collaboration with educational institutions, environmental organizations, and government agencies.

A. Discovering Yidong Xinag: This Native youth leadership initiative is our primary project since 2012 and includes environmental assessment and habitat restoration service learning, career pathway planning and Native peer mentoring.

B. Wisdom Workforce Development: Providing training and a job pipeline for Native workers completing environmental assessment and conservation service learning and work assignments in local natural areas in partnership with local agencies.

C. Multimedia productions and curriculum includes documentary films and Wisdom of the Elders Radio Program, communicating Northwest tribes’ responses to environmental and climate issues; Discovering Our Story culturally tailored multimedia health and wellness curriculum and career pathway planning, including monthly broadcasts on Discovering Our Story Television Program.

D. Public cultural events include annual Northwest Indian Storytelling Festivals, emerging tribal storyteller’s workshops and apprenticeships. Wisdom encourages, preserves and strengthens traditional storytelling among regional tribes; and shares tribal oral cultural arts with public audiences.

Essential internal leadership responsibilities:

Organizational Planning: Wisdom is seeking an individual to provide oversight on its three year strategic and sustainability plan (2016-2018), its goals and objectives and measurable outcomes

Human Resources: Supervise Wisdom staff and provide leadership, mentoring and career progression support; conduct semi-annual reviews; provide internal communications; and serve as an approachable sounding board

Administration: Identify best practices and improve internal systems and information technology with an eye toward future needs. Work collaboratively with staff to oversee grants and contracts, including budgets, timelines, and funder reports. Provide financial oversight and bookkeeping support. Prepare monthly financial reports and prepare for Wisdom’s first audit.

External responsibilities will also include these potential tasks:

Partnership communications:  Build relationships and manage communications with partners and clients, including educational institutions, government agencies and environmental organizations.

Thought leadership:  Share in knowledge dissemination, reporting, and communications around relevant issues and emerging practices at conferences, professional associations, and other public venues

Qualifications: The successful individual will have:

A. Awareness and commitment to practice traditional Native American cultural values and their role in restoring individual lives, families and communities; and is passionate about Wisdom’s mission and impact

B. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain diverse collaborative relationships within the local, regional and/or national Native American non-profit community

C. Five or more years in a management position at a nonprofit organization, educational institution, and/or government agency with a proven track record delivering similar results

D. Bachelor’s or higher degree in a relevant field from a leading university

E. Success executing multiple tasks while responding to multiple priorities

F. Proven ability to work and communicate with efficiency, flexibility, diplomacy, tact and good humor

G. Is self-disciplined about work responsibilities and responds with enthusiasm and imagination

For more information or to request an application form, please visit http://www.wisdomoftheelders.org or e-mail Rose High Bear at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).