Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation - Multiple Positions

Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation 420 Howanut Road, PO Box 536, Oakville, Washington 98568 Phone: 360-273-5911 Fax: 360-273-3861 Email: jobs@chehalistribe.org Current job listings, applications and other tribal enterprise links may be found under the Employment section on our website – www.chehalistribe.org JOB OPENINGS BEGINNING: September 3rd, 2015 Closing Date: September 14th, 2015
APPLICATIONS THAT ARE NOT COMPLETELY FILLED OUT and TURNED IN BEFORE CLOSING DATE: WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED Applications and job information are available by contacting Human Resources at the address and numbers above. Any offer of employment is conditional based on the candidate successfully passing a drug test and all criminal and background checks. (The following will disqualify any applicant from consideration: *any felony conviction, any domestic violence violations, convictions, or restraints. Or have any violations, convictions, or restraints for actions made against children or vulnerable adults.)Any written or oral false /untrue statement or material omission in the recruitment and selection process will disqualify an applicant from consideration. Continued employment is dependent on maintaining a clean drug test and criminal record. EARLY LEARNING HOME VISITOR: The Home Visitor will provide in- home visitation/education services to prenatal families and children to age 5 with a focus on prenatal to age 3 children and families, promoting child development and parenting skills by providing information and resources to support parents, expectant women, grandparents/ legal guardian’s raising young children with goal setting, child development education and referral services to increase parental knowledge and improve parenting practices and early detection of development delays. Home Visitors will implement the Parents As Teachers and Positive Indian Parenting curriculum. Position is responsible for data collection and reporting. The Home Visitor reports to the SPIPA Healthy Families Project Coordinator and or Tribal Site Supervisor. Position will require flexible schedule may include weekends and evenings. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university in Early Childhood Education, Social Work or related field with a minimum of one year experience providing services to Native families; or Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Social Work, or a related field with two years of experience working with Native families; or High School Diploma/GED and three years of experience working in Early Childhood Education/Development with Native families. Must have or successfully completed Parents As Teachers certification training within 60 days of hire. HEADSTART ASSISTANT COOK: (Part time) Assists the Head Cook in planning, preparing, and serving meals for the childcare program. Assists with clean-up, purchasing, and other related duties. Education/Experience: High School diploma or GED. Must have basic knowledge of nutrition, food preparation, and sanitation. Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor: (part-Time) The Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Counselor is responsible for providing employment-related and youth transition services to Native Americans with disabilities. The VR Counselor develops training and employment opportunities for clients and provides support services to assure employment retention and successful transition for youth. Experience/Education: Associates degree or certification in a related field with two years directly related experience preferred. High School diploma or GED with four years directly related experience required. Prefer experience with American Indian/ Alaska Native communities.
WATER QUALITY LAB TECHNICIAN: The Water Quality Lab Technician performs a variety of duties focused on the management and protection of the water resources in the Chehalis Tribe’s Usual and Accustomed areas. This position is critical with the organizational chart for the Environmental Program, in the tribe’s Department of Natural Resources. The Technician will manage the Chehalis Tribal Water Quality Laboratory (an EPA certified laboratory) and process all of the tribe’s water quality samples. The Technician will conduct periodic inventory of equipment and laboratory supplies, such as solutions and reagents and will be responsible for ordering new supplies. The Technician will upload data into the tribal database and the EPA STORET Database. Further, the Technician will also conduct preliminary data analysis and will assist the Environmental Programs Manager with generating quarterly and yearly technical reports, to meet grant requirements. The Technician will also design and develop quality assurance project plans for various ambient monitoring studies and laboratory protocols. Strong oral and written communication are required for this position. EDUACATION/EXPERIEINCE: Four Year degree from an accredited school. Degree must be in environmental sciences, biology, microbiology, chemistry or other closely related field. Minimum of 6 months working in a certified lab setting. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVOR ADVOCATE: Provide advocacy-based services for victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.*EDUCATION/EXERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in related field and two years directly related experience preferred. Associates degree in related field with four years directly related experience required. Prefer experience with American Indian/Alaska Native communities. DIABETIC OUTREACH-LPN; (Part-time) To work on special projects as the Special Diabetes Program for the Indians and Diabetes Programs and ensure appropriate screenings are conducted. The nurse will provide direct patient care services in an outpatient setting while working with specialized populations such diabetic patients to ensure quality care standards are met. To work as part of a Primary Care Provider Team. Education/Experience: Must have a current Licensed Practical Nurse License in the state of Washington. Must have experience working in a family practice setting. Prefer experience working in a tribal community. CLINICAL REGISTERED NURSE: To provide direct patient care services in an outpatient clinical setting and in other settings as assigned. To assure that effective nursing services are provided and that quality standards are met. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Must have current Registered Nurse license in the state of Washington. Must have experience working in a family practice setting. Prefer experience working in a tribal community. Prefer experience working in a corrections environment and/or providing home nursing services. Youth Coordinator/Director’s Assistant: Assists in planning & implementing youth program activities & events. Provides supervision of, assistance to, & transportation for youth during program activities. Also, works collaboratively with staff to provide a safe environment for youth and volunteers during all activities provided by the Chehalis Tribal Youth Center. Education/Experience: Requires High School diploma or General Education Degree. Experience working with youth, supervising and budgeting. Also taking applications for On-Call for the following: Headstart Teacher Aides, Childcare Aides, Headstart