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Project Coordinator
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Project Coordinator will be responsible for developing, coordinating, and overseeing the implementation of all tasks that relate to a specific project. This includes the preparation and management of projects, timelines task lists, project schedules, review and signoff of bills and invoices as well as budgetary and progress reports. This position requires above-average attention to detail. This is a full-time position that teams with other SSTTP staff across all SSTTP locations to ensure timely completion of tasks in coordination and collaboration with both administrative and program staff. The Project Coordinator will also provide direct supervision for the Program Outreach and Project Specialist position.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=237
Transporter
Shingle Springs Rancheria
The Transporter is responsible for providing transportation to Shingle Springs Tribal TANF participants, and for providing support to the Site Manager. S/he develops a schedule for specific regularly scheduled routes, responds to the transportation needs of the participants and assists passengers in boarding and exiting the vehicle. Other responsibilities may include furniture assembly, delivery of products, computer and technical support and other responsibilities as needed.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=220
Youth Activity Specialist
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the direct supervision of the Prevention Department Manager, the Youth Activity Specialist will be responsible for planning and implementing activities which promote the positive development of youth in alignment with the goals of the TANF Program. The Youth Activity Specialist will assist in providing a variety of youth-focused family and community prevention and diversion programs for families at risk of becoming TANF recipients or those who are currently TANF recipients. Programs may include sports, cultural, educational and recreational activities, substance abuse prevention and unwanted pregnancy prevention.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=221
Youth and Family Support Coordinator
Shingle Springs Rancheria
The Youth and Family Support Coordinator is a grant-funded position within the Behavioral Health Department of the Shingle Springs Health and Wellness Center. This position is responsible for coordinating and facilitating Circles of Care Program events and engagement with the community, and will be a resource for families, youth groups, agencies, families, and others. This position reports directly to the Circles of Care Project Manager.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=232
Circles of Care Project Manager
Shingle Springs Rancheria
This position is a grant-funded within the Behavioral Health Department of the Shingle Springs Health and Wellness Center. This position will be responsible for overseeing the Circles of Care Project for the Clinic, and will provide leadership, supervision and guidance to the project team in addition to developing innovative methods of delivering impactful services to patients and the community. This position reports directly to the Behavioral Health Director.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=233
Behavioral Health Clinician
Shingle Springs Rancheria
This position has responsibility for providing responsible and professional social services and/or clinical treatment of an advanced nature to a variety of clients with identified needs including emotionally disturbed individuals, mentally ill persons, and/or substance abusers; counseling to individuals and groups; crisis intervention as appropriate; participating in the development and implementation of various treatment and outreach services.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=242
Compliance Manager
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the guidance of General Counsel, the Compliance Manager will provide for the overall protection of the integrity of SSBMI by ensuring that SSBMI processes, policies, and procedures follow all relevant legal and internal guidelines and IHS standards. This position will be responsible for hiring, training and developing compliance staff.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=240
Law Clerk
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the supervision of General Counsel, the law clerk supports the department by advising and assisting General Counsel in determining legal options through assembling and organizing information; researching law; assembling case materials; writing briefs, reports and memoranda.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=238
Wellness Counselor
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the general supervision of the Tribal Services Director or his or her designee, the counselor performs clinical duties to provide tribal members and their families an array of wellness services. The counselor will perform various functions in helping people reach their goals and succeed in life. The counselor will be responsible for guiding people on what to do with their lives; they support the goal-setting, personality growth, and behavior modification of their tribal member clients. The counselor will be responsible for helping people to achieve their goals by suggesting different actions necessary to take control of future plans. They are skilled at drawing out a person’s wisdom to maximize personal potentials. They help tribal member clients bring about and fulfill new behaviors that will lead to successful communication in their interpersonal relationships. Counselors support tribal member clients in achieving goals at work, in relationships, and their lifestyle and health. For those tribal member clients that may have substance use issues, the counselor is responsible for developing a comprehensive understanding of the causes and effects of drug and alcohol use on individuals and their families. The counselor will assess substance use and risky behaviors that may have contributed to emotional or physical health problems such as anger, depression, anxiety malnutrition, emphysema, or diabetes.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=217
Chief Judge
Shingle Springs Rancheria
The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians seeks a Chief Judge to preside over the workings of the Tribal Court. SBMI Tribal Court is a dynamic place to work offering the opportunity for exercising considerable independent judgment in rulings on motions and adjudicatory cases, conducting hearings and deciding cases in a fair and impartial manner. The Chief Judge is often referred to as ‘the face of the Court’ meaning the Chief Judge must observe and maintain high standards of conduct so that the integrity of the Tribal Court will be preserved and the goodwill of the larger community towards the Tribal Court will continue to grow. The person holding such position must be patient, dignified and courteous to all appearing before the Court, according every person in a proceeding the right to be heard.



The Chief Judge works closely with the Tribal Court Director and the Clerk of the Court to ensure that the highest standards of care are implemented in the operations of the Court. The Chief Judge serves at the pleasure of the Tribal Council.



The SSBMI Tribal Court sits in the rural, lovely, El Dorado County foothills on the outskirts of Placerville, California. The SSBMI Tribe is deeply committed to sustaining and improving the quality of life in El Dorado County. This guiding principle is a responsibility and a privilege of the Tribe as it strives to make a meaningful difference in the lives of its members, employees, contractors and patrons as well as the citizens and guests of El Dorado County. To that end, the Tribal Court provides services in keeping with ideals of healing and serving the community. The Chief Judge is expected to embrace this ideal. For more information about the Tribe please visit: http://www.shinglespringsrancheria.com/
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=228
Cook
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the direct supervision of the Youth Education Manger, the Cook is responsible for preparing nutritional and balanced meals for youth attending the Tribe’s After School Program. During down time, the cook is expected to provide support to Youth Coordinators with student interactions and supervision.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=236
Tutor
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the direct supervision of the Education Center Manager, the Tutor is responsible for providing personalized tutoring services for youth in grades K-12 and assisting youth in their educational endeavors. Tutor is responsible for collaboration with local elementary, middle and high schools to build communication and partnerships to address the educational needs of the youth the community. Responsible for planning and implementing educational activities which promote positive development of the youth in alignment with the expected outcomes of established goals of the Tribe and various funding sources. In summer months, the Tutor assumes the roles and responsibilities of a Youth Coordinator.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=229
Groundskeeper
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the Direct supervision of the Lead Grounds Keeper and the indirect supervision of the Landscaping and Grounds Keeping Director, the Grounds Keeper is responsible for maintaining the grounds on and around the Rancheria property, including the planting and maintaining of plants and trees, upkeep of premises, weed eating and mowing. Working on various projects as assigned by the Lead Grounds Keeper.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=241
Bookkeeper
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the general supervision of the Finance Director/CFO, or designee, employees in this class perform routine accounting, statistical and case record-keeping tasks related to the maintenance and processing of fiscal, statistical and case records in an automated environment
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=210
Medical Assistant
Shingle Springs Rancheria
Under the direct supervision of the Medical Assistant Lead, the Medical Assistant will perform basic patient care related duties to maintain and ensure a high quality of medical care for the Shingle Springs Tribal Health medical patients. Such activities may include performing and providing a safe and clean environment for all-medical patients, and ensuring equipment and supplies are in clean and working order.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=224
Physician
Shingle Springs Rancheria
The Physician functions within the medical clinic to provide direct primary patient care to the individuals of the Shingle Springs Rancheria as well as the surrounding El Dorado county community. The Physician will work fairly independently but with supervision and direction from the Medical Director/Physician and RN Clinic Manager.
Link: https://shinglespringsrancheria.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=201
RDA
Sacramento Native American Health Clinic
RDA
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/FE2E80FD95/
Information Systems Specialist
SNAHC
Information Systems Specialist
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/56643DE2BC/
MAT Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor
SNAHC
The Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) will be responsible for contacting and assisting patients, receiving substance use disorder related treatment. This individual ensures that patients receive appointments, resources, ongoing clinical care, as well as linkage to appropriate care and resources as needed. The MAT CADC will also be responsible for ongoing tracking of all Sacramento Native American Health Center MAT recipients. This position, while reporting directly to the Clinical Director/Manager of Behavioral Health, will also work closely with our medical providers administering MAT treatment.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/5BB1411771/
Custodian
Sacramento Native American Health Center
The Custodian position is responsible for the maintenance of the health center including but not limited to community/meeting spaces, individual offices, medical/dental/behavioral health clinic, restrooms, kitchen, grounds and other facilities, in compliance with OSHA standards. The on-site custodian is also responsible for the physical security of the building daily.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/68FC47E680/
Executive Assistant
Sacramento Native American Health Center
The Executive Assistant will report directly to the Chief Executive Officer and will be responsible for providing a high level of executive support to the Executive Leadership Team, serving as a liaison to the organization’s Board of Directors and maintaining the day-to-day activities and responsibilities associated with SNAHC’s PowerDMS system maintenance.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/B235EDEFA5/
Member Services Representative
Sacramento Native American Health Center
The Member Services Representative is responsible for the verification of insurance eligibility of new and existing patients receiving clinical services within the health center. This includes collection of basic necessary demographic information to initiate the enrollment process and to assess their financial and payer source status. As part of the clerical/administration process, they will determine eligibility for public insurance programs, and obtain verification of private insurance as it relates to the patient encounter.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/A2E8A459D1/
Medical Receptionist
Sacramento Native American Health Center
The Medical Receptionist welcomes patients, visitors, and answers or refers inquiries to appropriate parties. Optimizes patients’ satisfaction by keeping patient appointments on schedule and notifying provider of patient’s arrival, reviewing service delivery compared to schedule, and communicating any service delays. Assists patients by answering patients’ questions, and maintaining the reception area. Obtains revenue by recording and updating financial information, recording and collecting patient charges and determine eligibility for public insurance programs, and obtain verification of private insurance. Helps patients in distress by responding to emergencies. Protects patients’ rights by maintaining confidentiality of medical, personal, and financial information.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/4D4758F386/
Short Term Medical Case Manager
Sacramento Native American Health Center
The Medical Case Manager provides intensive case management and care coordination to a panel of homeless patients, with the goal of stabilizing their physical, mental health and housing readiness. This employee will complete service referrals, client interviews, data collection, confidential record keeping, client recruitment, interaction with many people and the coordination of this program’s activities with other services from HRS and others in the community.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/DFAFFAC6A8/
Patient Access Representative
Sacramento Native American Health Center
The Patient Access Representative is responsible for all things encompassing Patient Access. Whether it be answering the phones, scheduling appointments, coordinating transportation, bi-directional texting, and promoting the use of Patient Portal. This role is the key communication conduit between our patient population & the Sacramento Native American Health Center. We serve a diverse population in the Sacramento region, and this role is vital to ensuring we are able to facilitate easy access to our Medical, Dental, and Behavioral Health services for all those in need.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/E992BDD7FC/
Medical Clinic Supervisor
Sacramento Native American Health Center
The Medical Clinic Supervisor oversees the Medical Clinic operations to ensure the workflows runs smoothly. The Medical Clinic Supervisor ensures adequate staffing levels for the back office by managing staff schedules and monitors daily medical assistant functions. The Medical Clinic Supervisor ensures that patients receive excellent customer service and competent care within the scope of practice of their role.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/sacramento-native-american-health-center/j/6CC5FD362A/
Accountant
California Indian Manpower Consortium
The Accountant shall be responsible for insuring the day-to-day maintenance of the general ledger is carried out in accordance with established accounting principles, policies, and objectives. Shall examine, analyze, and interpret accounting records for the purpose of giving advice and preparing statements. Shall prepare journal entries, balance accounts, and prepare accurate financial records and reports for multiple grants. Shall supervise Accounting Clerk position.
Link: http://www.cimcinc.org/Accountant.pdf
Human Resource Manager
California Indian Manpower Consortium
The Human Resource Manager shall administer all phases of CIMC's human resources activity. Shall enforce provisions of the California Indian Manpower Consortium Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual. Shall oversee the implementation of the Human Resource Information System and maintain accurate up-to-date records on all employees of the California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. Shall monitor state and federal labor laws to insure program compliance and implement changes to program procedures as necessary. Shall oversee the fringe benefits options and oversee the administration of the fringe benefit programs for CIMC. Coordinate training activities. Shall oversee the CIMC Injury Prevention Program and Workers' Compensation Program.
Link: http://www.cimcinc.org/Human%20Resource%20Manager.pdf
Contracts Administrator
California Rural Indian Health Board
The contracts administrator task is to ensure consistent management of all proposals and contracts. This generally includes oversight of the contract management process, as well as development of specific standards for bidding and submission, contract negotiations and document management. The contracts administrator role in the contract development process requires close collaboration with various departments, including clinical operations, project management, account management, business operations and finance.

The contracts administrator is responsible for preparing and reviewing business contracts for the purchase and services, analyze bids and proposals and ensure that the specifications of binding agreements with clients, vendors, and employees are legal and comply with company policy.
Link: https://crihb.org/job/contracts-administrator/
Chief Executive Officer
California Rural Indian Health Board
Demonstrate your leadership and commitment to providing healthcare services to our American Indian/Alaskan Native clients with a culturally driven and community focused organization on the beautiful north coast of California!

As Chief Executive Officer you will lead a forward focused organization with a positive working environment while living among the redwood forests, rocky coastlines, moderate temperatures, and a slower paced lifestyle.

A Master’s Degree from an accredited college/university in Public Health, Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, Hospital Management, Public Administration, or a related field with an emphasis in health care services, and five (5) years of progressive experience as a chief executive officer or other senior operating officer at an ambulatory healthcare facility is preferred.

UIHS is a comprehensive tribal health program serving the native population of Humboldt and Del Norte counties providing primary care, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, vision and community outreach services. We serve a population of about 12,000 through our network of 7 facilities.
Link: https://crihb.org/job/chief-executive-officer/
Temporary PHA Field Representative
Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
At the direction of the Public Health Authority, the PHA Field Representative will interact with Tule River entities and community members to provide appropriate, efficient, and timely services related to Covid-19.
Link: https://crihb.org/job/tule-river-indian-health-center-inc-porterville-ca-full-time-temporary-pha-field-representative/
TEMPORARY PHA EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
Working closely with and reporting directly to the Public Health Authority, the Executive Secretary functions to ensure that all executive-level clerical, administrative support and administrative operations responsibilities are coordinated and accomplished in a timely manner. In addition, the Executive Secretary coordinates and delegates items in order to assist the Public Health Authority function with records
management, and other related duties. As a critical member of the administrative team, the PHA Executive Secretary must exhibit high levels of trust, confidentiality, discretion, judgment, organization skills, and multi-tasking abilities.
Link: https://www.trihci.org/wp-content/uploads/jobDescription/IEJP-Temp-Executive-Secretary-09092020.pdf
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
Under the direction of the Director of Nursing (DON), the Medical Assistant assists licensed medical staff in performing a wide variety of paraprofessional nursing care duties of moderate difficulty in a clinical setting provides medical records assistance in compliance with policies and procedures; carries out the routine delivery of direct patient care services; and/or reception duties as assigned. The Medical Assistant must be able to communicate well and be able to establish rapport with patient and their families. He/she must be sensitive to the needs of the Native American community; its cultures, traditions, and values. The Medical Assistant must be familiar with the goals and objectives of the Health Center, also maintains genuine enthusiasm for the success of
TRIHCI’s health programs and consequently exercises a strong sense of stewardship in developing and maintaining community relations.
Link: https://www.trihci.org/wp-content/uploads/jobDescription/Medical-Assistant-OUF-07282020.pdf
CUSTODIAN
Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
Under the direction of the Safety Officer, the Custodian is responsible for the coordination and execution of all maintenance, janitorial, and housekeeping functions relating to the successful operation of TRIHCI. In this capacity, the Custodian ensures that offices and clinical areas are maintained in a manner consistent with federal and state standards of hygiene; responds to facilities improvement requests from
supervisors; coordinates the ordering, movement, storage, and disposal of general supplies and furniture; coordinates entry into the clinic as well as the closure and security of all TRIHCI departments at the end of each workday; oversees monthly, quarterly, and annual
maintenance efforts, and performs other duties as assigned by the Safety Officer. The Custodian position requires an individual who is an independent worker and governs his/her job schedule and actions according to the needs of the clinic. In addition, the Custodian should demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of the Indian community, including
familiarity with the goals and objectives of TRIHCI and the alignment of his/her efforts with its success.
Link: https://www.trihci.org/wp-content/uploads/jobDescription/Custodian-1.pdf
MEDICAL DIRECTOR/ PHYSICIAN
Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Medical Director coordinates relative administration procedures and is the primary point of contact for the examination, diagnosis, and medical prevention/
treatment/education of for a full range of patients at TRIHCI. In this capacity, the Medical Director performs his/her duties with professionalism, compassion, and sound judgment to partner with TRIHCI's patients to improve their health status and quality of life. While serving in a supervisory capacity, the Medical Director does function to directly oversee the medical practice of mid-level providers and clinic physicians and work closely with the Director of Nurses (DON) to ensure the quality of medical services provided. The Medical Director is
also required to serve as the Clinical Laboratory Director. The Medical Director must be able to communicate well and be able to establish rapport with patients and their families, being sensitive to the needs of the Indian community and its cultures, traditions, and values. The Medical Director must be familiar with the objectives of TRIHCI, must maintain genuine enthusiasm for the success of TRIHCI’s health programs, and consequently exercise a strong sense of stewardship in developing and maintaining community relations.
Link: https://www.trihci.org/wp-content/uploads/jobDescription/Medical-Director-Physician.pdf
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
The Information System Specialist primary role is to service the IT support needs of our user base in a demanding results-oriented environment. This position will work with staff to identify local problems and propose solutions. The Information System Specialist will assist with the support of TRIHCI's Information System. The Information System Specialist will assure the quality of computer systems by influencing or motivating staff, defining user requirements, planning hardware and software needs, and adhering to Best Practice standards. Position will require travel.
Link: https://www.trihci.org/wp-content/uploads/jobDescription/Information-Systems-Specialist.pdf
TEMPORARY A/P CLERK
Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer, the A/P Technician will be responsible for all activities in both the accounts payable and the payroll function. They will assure accurate and timely tabulations of
employee hours, wages and maintain accurate records of payroll and all employee leave time in accordance with TRIHCI policies. They will assure the timely payment of vendor invoices and expense vouchers and maintain accurate records. The A/P Technician must be able to communicate well and be able to establish rapport with patients and their families. He/she must be sensitive to the needs of the Indian community; its cultures, traditions, behavior patterns, and background. The A/P Technician must be familiar with the goals and objectives of the Health Center, also maintains genuine enthusiasm for the success of TRIHCI’s health programs and consequently exercises a strong sense of stewardship in developing and maintaining community relations.
Link: https://www.trihci.org/wp-content/uploads/jobDescription/TEMP-A.P.-Clerk-OUFJP-02.21.2020.pdf
TRIBAL YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION PROJECT DIRECTOR
Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
The Tribal Youth Suicide Prevention Project Director will work with the CEO/Principal Investigator (PI) and will be responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the TYSP Project and ensure follow through on client family assistance plans. The TYSP Director will: coordinate and schedule ASIST Trainings; schedule and facilitate monthly staff meetings; maintain ongoing communication with TRIHCI primary care providers and with representation of TRIHCI service populations to ensure a smooth and seamless client referral process. Help potential client schedule and attend a primary care provider appointment. Develop and implement the proposed policies, procedures, and protocols for the TYSP Project; and work closely with the CEO/PI and the Project Evaluator on the project performance measurement and performance assessment tasks.
Link: https://www.trihci.org/wp-content/uploads/jobDescription/Tribal-Youth-Suicide-Prevention-Project-Director.pdf
COMMUNITY HEALTH REPRESENTATIVE (CHR)
Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
Under the direction of the Outreach Supervisor/Diabetes Nurse Coordinator (OS/DNC) the CHR acts as a representative/transporter/courier of the health program, making home visits, acting as an advocate, and facilitating resolution to problems related to obtaining needed medical care for the Native American Indian
community residing in program service area according to the policies and procedures of the Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc. and the Community Health Outreach Department. In addition, the CHR must be able to communicate well and be able to establish rapport with patients and their families. He/she must be sensitive to the needs of the Indian community; its cultures, traditions, values, and express a genuine enthusiasm for its success.
Link: https://www.trihci.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Community-Health-Representative-OUF-May-22-2019.pdf
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