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Substance Abuse Counselor
Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Manage all aspects of a case, from date of entry to date of discharge.
• Evaluate patients' physical and mental behaviors.
• Develop appropriate treatment and recovery plans.
• Facilitate individual and group therapy sessions.
• Monitor patients over time to access treatment progress.
• Collaborate with psychiatrists, doctors, nurses, social workers, and departments of correction.
• Identify barriers to treatment and recovery.
• Assist primary caregivers to manage addiction-related behavior.
Link: https://chukchansi-nsn.gov/careers/
Education Director
Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Establishes, administers & improves education programs tailored to meet the needs of the Picayune
Rancheria Tribal Membership to serve a wide range of educational needs including Preschool, K-12,
University, extra-curricular, adult re-entry, etc.
• Network and establish business partnerships with federal, state & local institutions for enhanced
education services.
• Establish & oversee in-house training programs and workshops (i.e., computer applications training,
tutoring, and career counseling).
• Grant writing, maintain and improve funding of programs; write timely narratives, statistical and
financial reports for each of the grant programs; written/oral reports to the Tribal Administrator, Tribal
Council, as requested.
• Research grant funding availability and assist in the development of the grant writing process.
• Monitor, direct and supervise Education staff as required.
• Develop a positive working relationship with schools, colleges, universities, technical schools, federal,
state, and local agencies, community service organizations, and Tribes to enhance educational
opportunities for our students.
• Participate in planning and budget implementation.
• Research and implement the accreditation process for Pre-School when funded.
• Grow the program to include after-school care and eventual K-3 charter school when funded.
• Research, recommend, and implement a plan to include the enhanced programs and services for the
Job description – Education Director
October 2023
Tribal youth, including enhancing the Youth Council.
• Perform duties assigned to any of the education grants covered by this position and/or Tribal
requirements.
• Perform other duties assigned.
Link: https://chukchansi-nsn.gov/careers/
Behavioral Health Clinician
Pascua Yaqui Tribe
Substance Abuse and Mental Health assessment and treatment
Adult Probation Officer
Arizona Superior Court in Pima County Adult Probation Department
Do you have the qualities of an Adult Probation Officer?

Our mission is to serve the court, to actively promote community safety, to facilitate positive behavioral change in probationers, and to respect victim rights. In performing our mission, we recognize that employees are our most valuable resource, and we hold these essential core values: Integrity, Fairness, Respect, Compassion, Accountability, Creativity, and Excellence.

Are you:

Are you accountable for your actions and uphold strong moral principles?
Someone who interacts well with others? Do you have the patience and empathy to support community members as they work on making positive changes in their lives?
Someone who has good communication skills? Active listening, respect, and clarity are all expected from a probation officer. This includes both written and oral communication.
Able to prioritize tasks and consistently meet deadlines? Being organized and efficient is key to being a successful probation officer. Candidates will be faced with multiple responsibilities throughout the day.
Able to be flexible with your time? A probation officer works 80 hours per pay period to monitor those on probation effectively. This field of work will include nights and weekends to fulfill the required duties. While this schedule will not be strictly 8-5, probation officers are given flexible work schedules to maintain a healthy work/life balance.
Respectful? Everyone has their own struggles. You will need to treat all the members of the community with kindness, compassion, and discipline.
A person of good judgment? Probation officers must be able to exercise proper judgment at any given time. Critical thinking and quick decision-making in stressful situations are part of the everyday life of a probation officer.
If you possess the qualities stated above and want to positively impact your community, we invite you to apply today!
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/scpima/jobs/3884508/probation-officer
Supervisory Grants Management Specialists (two vacancies)
DOJ Office on Victims of Crime - Tribal Division
DOJ Office on Victims of Crime – Tribal Division
Washington, DC
Application Deadline: December 19, 2023
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/762825600
Victim Assistance Program Coordinators (five vacancies)
BIA Office of Justice Services – Victim Assistance Program
BIA Office of Justice Services – Victim Assistance Program
San Carlos, AZ; San Juan Pueblo, NM; Fort Totten, ND; Fort Thompson, SD; Fort Washakie, WY
Application Deadline: December 11, 2023
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/762763800
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