Position Openings

NCUIH seeks  an Executive Director!

NCUIH Executive Director
REPORTS TO: Board of Directors
FTE:    1.0 FTE
STATUS: Salaried, Exempt Position
Deadline: until filled
Full description here
SUMMARY:
Under the guidance and direction of the Board of Directors which authorizes its officers (i.e., President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary) to act on behalf of the Board, the Executive Director is a full time position with the responsibility of overseeing the day-to-day operations of the organization, implementing policies and procedures approved by the Board of Directors, executing NCUIH’s strategic plan and operating strategies, representing NCUIH and its membership at meetings, and developing, nurturing and expanding critical partnerships with national and regional partners. The Executive Director advocates on behalf of its membership, comprised of the urban Indian Health Programs located across the nation. The Executive Director is the internal and external voice of NCUIH and its membership in relation to media, Congress, and Indian Country. This position is also responsible for the management of its grants and contracts and for ensuring the reporting requirements by funding agencies such as the Department of Health and Human Services /Indian Health Service (DHHS/IHS) are met. This position is required to build the necessary partnerships with national Indian organizations, federal agencies, state governments, Indian communities, tribal leadership, and congressional representatives to address the needs of its membership and to expand and enhance NCUIH’s services. Experience and knowledge of the current national political issues impacting the health needs of urban Indian Health Programs is highly preferred especially with regards to the Affordable Care Act and the Indian Health Care Improvement Act. Full Description here

Opportunities with NCUIH Members

Title: Family Practice Physician

Company: Hunter Health Clinic, Inc.
Location: Wichita, KS
Status: Full-time

If interested, please apply online: https://jobs-hunter.icims.com/jobs/1172/family-practice-physician/job  

Role: The Family Practice Physician ensures that all patients receive quality care while maintaining compliance with all federal grants, HIPAA, and Hunter Health Clinic policies and procedures.

Qualifications:

Our Member San Diego American Indian Health Center is hiring for the following positions. for information please contact info@sdaihc.com

Quality Improvement Manager 

Compensation: Dependent on experience/qualificationsEmployment type: full-timeNon-profit organization

The San Diego American Indian Health Center is seeking an experienced Quality Improvement Manager who will provide organizational leadership necessary to achieve AAAHC accreditation and PCMH certification within the first year of hire. Applications for this position must demonstrate the qualifications required to implement the health center's performance improvement plan, provide training and technical assistance at all levels of the organization, utilize data to evaluate process changes, and document improved health outcomes. The successful candidate will be knowledgeable with quality improvement models and strategies to improve health outcomes in a clinical practice. For more information regarding this position please visit the "about us" page on our web site. Preference is given to qualified American Indian applicants in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 (Title 25, USC Section 472).

Registered Nurse (San Diego)
Compensation: Negotiable depending on experienceEmployment type: full-timeNon-profit organization

The San Diego American Indian Health Center is seeking a registered nurse (RN) for the role of Nurse Care Manager. This individual will be a member of the primary medical care staff and will work under the supervision of the chief medical officer. The RN will also work in coordination with the nurse floor manager to manage the daily operations of the medical clinic. Responsibilities include approximately 40 hours/week in coordinating patient care on the medical floor including, but not limited to, the following duties: front and back office coordination (oversight of patient flow from check-in to check-out); triage of same-day and walk-in appointments; supervision and training of medical assistants; assistance with implementation of policies and procedures to achieve PCMH/AAAHC accreditation. Individuals who possess experience working in community clinics/FQHCs, as well as knowledge of American Indians and the underserved/underinsured is preferred. Preference is given to qualified American Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934, (Title 25, USC Section 472).

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