Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Second Annual Tribal Opioid & Substance Use Conference
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Behavioral Health Counselor
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community BHS Under general supervision of a BHS Program Manager, provides counseling and treatment to clients in a substance abuse and/or general mental health treatment program.
Tasks: 1. Conducts client intake, assessment, evaluation and testing to provide diagnosis.
2. Performs individual, group and family counseling for court-ordered, incarcerated and referred individual clients and families.
3. Serves as a liaison between the service program and treatment centers.
4. Attends on-going training to apply for, and retain, professional licensure and/or other counselor related certifications.
5. Participates in prevention and early intervention Community awareness events.
6. Provides monthly statistics on client data for monthly and quarterly program reports and other required program data in a proficient manner.
7. Maintains counseling records and writes summaries and reports. Maintains compliance with Program, Division and Department procedures.
8. Performs other job related duties as assigned by the BHS Program Manager, Behavioral Health Division Director, HHS Administration or other approved designee.
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community BHS Under direct supervision from the Journey-to-Recovery Supervisor, provides evaluation, monitoring and assistance for intoxicated clients or individuals with chemical dependency problems. Performs the alcohol Intake process and provides social detoxification services in a safe, secure and supportive environment. Monitors clients in the JTR facility and administers critical client referral care for medical and/or emergency treatment when necessary. Works closely with the Community Health Registered Nurse regarding client medication monitoring and documentation.
Tasks: 1. Interviews, screens and evaluates clients according to the established Intake process.
2. Provides monthly statistics on clients and enters data into computer.
3. Observes client for possible injuries, illnesses or ongoing medical needs.
4. Maintains the JTR program client service log including the telephone log and daily log of shift activities.
5. Provides liaison services between programs and treatment centers including referral agencies.
6. Provides basic one-on-one counseling and support to clients with chemical dependency problems during their stay or over the telephone.
7. Attends ongoing training and participates in prevention and intervention community awareness events.
8. Assists in the training of new and current staff (full-time and temporary staff) on JTR program procedures.
9. Performs all required administrative tasks associated with the Intake and service provision process.
10. Performs other job duties as assigned by the JTR Supervisor or Behavioral Health Division Director to maintain and enhance program operation.
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community BHS Under direction of the SRPMIC Health & Human Services (HHS) Department’s Health Division Director, will provide clinical oversight to Community healthcare providers. Provides direct services as a Physician within the River People Heath Center and other Community sites as appropriate. Ensures the highest quality medical care for Community Members and Tribal Enrollees. This job class is treated as FLSA Exempt.
Tasks: 1. Chief Medical Officer: Serves as Chief Medical Officer for SRPMIC Health Services which includes the River People Heath Center, the Medical Unit of the SRPMIC Department of Corrections, Child Health Clinics at the Community schools and all other clinic sites established within the Community. 2. Physician Services: Serves as River People Heath Center Physician by providing primary care and preventive services on a full-time basis. 3. Clinical Operations & Administration: Meets with leadership as needed to discuss program successes, challenges, needed improvements, etc. Serves as River People Heath Center Physician by providing primary care and preventive services on a full-time basis. 4. Leadership, Supervision & Mentoring: Provides clinical leadership, supervision and mentoring for all assigned medical care staff who provide services within the River People Heath Center or other SRPMIC settings. 5. Professional Certification & Education: Remains professionally current with licensure, credentials and certifications and best practices at all times as required by the SRPMIC. 6. Miscellaneous: Performs other job related duties as assigned by the Health Division Director or HHS Director.
Tonto Apache Police This is a fully certified Police Officer position to patrol the Tonto Apache Reservation. An Officer will do community service work with our Elders and Juveniles. They will enforce the laws by Education, and Enforcement.
Bilingual Interview - PRAMS
Arizona Dept. of Health Position Overview: ***Candidate MUST be bilingual in English and Spanish*** The purpose of this position is to assist with the day-to-day operational activities of the Arizona Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS). The candidate will: Conduct telephone interviews with PRAM participants in both English and Spanish based on the established PRAMS contact schedule and protocol. Participant interviews will be scheduled during evenings and weekends as needed. These interviews can last up to 60 minutes. After interviews are conducted, data must be accurate entered into the system timely and accurately. In order to successful in this position, management will be looking for candidates with good communication skills (English and Spanish), strong data entry skills, accountability and trustworthiness. Conduct data activities in the ADHS office (currently 1-4 days per month) such as: data entry, editing and correction of survey responses. Data entry will also require entry of Spanish responses into an English language database. Assures data security and confidentiality in adherence to the CDC PRAMS protocol. Preparing mailing materials in English and Spanish per PRAMS protocol and ensure 100% accuracy. Maintain contact with program participants through scheduled mailings and telephone follow up for surveying potential respondents/participants. Perform other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Computer literate, Able to type accurately, Skilled in: customer service, organization and prioritizing Work with the public in an effective and professional manner. Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information. Human Subjects training and PIDS (PRAMS Integrated Data System) training will be provided to the selected individual. Additional training might be required to comply with all grant requirements and guidance.
Native American Connections Position Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Outpatient Treatment Services Director, this position is responsible for the management and delivery of direct client counseling services to assigned youth and families participating in the Youth and Family TREE (Treatment and Recovery Enhancement and Expansion) grant. Note: This is a grant funded position. 5 years funding/ 2 years left in the grant cycle.
Responsibilities: Works with Youth and Family TREE Project Director to ensure grant goals and objectives are implemented and remain on target through the duration of the grant.
Assist Project Director in working with grant evaluator team to ensure that focus groups are conducted annually.
Provides counseling services via telehealth and/or telephonic modalities as needed.
Provides substance use counseling to youth and/or families who are struggling with substance use/co-occurring disorders.
Provides intake, assessment and referral services.
Documents to meet timeline requirements and monitors the documentation of all services provided through client records and data (i.e., demographic data, integrated service plans, assessment, progress notes, discharge planning, etc.).
Oversees and assists each assigned youth with individualized service planning and reviews.
Facilitates and/or actively participates in the Child and Family Team or Adult Recovery Team Process.
Provides culturally sensitive therapeutic modalities through existing services, outside referral services, or the development of new services.
Sunrise Native Recovery Conduct daily individual therapy sessions. Periodically deliver group therapy sessions. Proper documentation of services provided. Report directly to clinical director and make changes based on their direction.