Position Openings

 


Native American Health Center position announcement for Chief Medical Officer:

The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) will represent NAHC’s clinical departments at an executive level, driving high quality patient-centered care, a holistic and cooperative environment, whilst providing clinical supervision and a limited amount of direct patient care. In collaboration with NAHC’s Executive Leadership Team (ELT), the CMO will strive to improve access to, and the quality of, care provided at NAHC; and provide administrative oversight of the integration of NAHC’s medical, dental, and behavioral health programs.  As a member of the ELT team, the CMO will collaborate with the Chief Operations Officer (COO) to move NAHC towards Patient Centered Medical Home certification and agency Accreditation and help NAHC take advantage of the opportunities of this transition while expanding access to care for our patients and assuring the health center maintains financial stability. 

For more information regarding this posting, please click (HERE)


Internship Opportunity:

California Council on Urban Indian Health (CCUIH) is looking for interns for the summer (and maybe beyond):

Policy and Legislation Intern to support policy advocacy efforts through tracking policy that impacts Urban Indians in California. Much of the work associated with this position can be done remotely. (no stipend) Details can be found (HERE)

Communications and Operations Intern to focus on the nonprofit management side of the organization and some programmatic work. (stipend) Details can be found (HERE)

Job descriptions are attached. You can also find them on idealist: http://www.idealist.org/manage/32427t35P6CH4/dashboard/ Or on http://ccuih.org/volunteerinternships/

 


Internship Opportunity:

The National Council of Urban Indian Health is offering two (2) unpaid 6-month student internships within the Technical Assistance and Research Center. Interns in the DC area will have the opportunity to learn about the health of urban Indian populations and build skills and knowledge in policy, research, evaluation, training development, and health promotion. Further, TARC doctoral level staff will provide direct supervision and support the intern in building their professional resume for future advanced degrees and employment opportunities. This is a competitive internship and those selected are expected to work 10-15 hours per week. As a part of the internship students will have the opportunity to:

Requirements and Qualifications

Interested students should submit an application package to include:

 
A compensation of $500/ month will be available for this internship. Application packages should be submitted to Dr. Kimberly Fowler, Technical Assistance and Research Center Coordinator via email kfowler(at)ncuih.org

 



 





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