Position Openings

Opportunities with NCUIH

Technical Assistance and Research (TARC) Coordinator
Location: Washington, DC
Status: Full Time
Open until filled
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The Technical Assistance and Research Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Research and Technical Assistance in fulfilling the work of the organization by providing/coordinating technical training and support to the Urban Indian Health Programs (UIHPs). Technical assistance is individualized to meet the unique needs of each UIHP and ranges widely from support in improving organizational operations, using local data for continued quality improvement, supporting community-based research in American Indian and Alaska Native urban communities, implementing/compliance of federal policies, leveraging and maximizing funding streams, and/or documenting local best practices. This is a matrixed position that is assigned task on several projects.For a full description please Click here

Administrative Assistant
Location: Washington, DC
Status: Full Time
Open until filled
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The Administrative/Office Assistant will be responsible for providing high-level administrative support and performing administrative duties that contribute to the day-to-day operations of the organization. Click for full description

Behavioral Health Associate, Technical Assistance and Research Center 
Location: Washington, DC
Status: Full Time
Open until filled
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The Technical Assistance and Research Center Behavioral Health Associate will work closely with the Director of Research and Technical Assistance in fulfilling the work of the organization by providing/coordinating technical training and support to the Urban Indian Health Programs (UIHPs) and an urban Youth Advisory Council through the National Urban Indian Behavioral Health Awareness Initiative (NUIBH). Technical assistance is individualized to meet the unique needs of each UIHP and Youth Advisory Council member and ranges widely from support in improving organizational behavioral health operations, using local data for continued quality improvement, supporting community-based research, and/or documenting local best practices. The Behavioral Health Associate will also be responsible for providing high-level administrative support and performing administrative duties that contribute to the day-to-day operations and project management of the NUIBH Project and the TARC. Administrative and research tasks, communications and technology support are main components of the Behavioral Health Associate (BH Associate) duties. Click for full description

Director of Governmental Affairs
Location: Washington DC
Status: Full Time
Open until filled
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The Director of Governmental Affairs (DGA) will strategize and execute the implementation of NCUIH’s legislative priorities, and other policy projects. They will be heavily involved in other aspects of the organization including but not limited to coordinating policy work with the Executive Director and with Congress and the Urban Indian Health Programs across the country. The DGA will work closely with the Executive Director to assist with Indian Health Care Improvement Act advocacy by creating policy education materials and draft documents for the organization’s leadership and membership, as well as Congress. The person in this role should have experience with Capitol Hill, public health, government affairs, grants, and the legislative process as well as a work history with Native American issues and a strong work ethic.This opportunity would be best for someone who has congressional experience and a passion for the betterment of American Indian/Alaska Native healthcare. Click for Full Description

Policy Associate
Location: Washington DC
Status: Full Time
Open until filled
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The Policy Associate will assist in the implementation of NCUIH’s legislative priorities, and other policy projects. They will be heavily involved in other aspects of the organization including but not limited to coordinating policy work with Congress and the Urban Indian Health Programs across the country. The Policy Associate will work closely with the Executive Director to assist with Indian Health Care Improvement Act advocacy by creating policy education materials and draft documents for the organization’s leadership and membership, as well as Congress. The person in this role should have experience with Capitol Hill, public health, government affairs, and the federal legislative process as well as a work history with Native American issues and a strong work ethic.

This opportunity would be best for someone who has congressional experience and a passion for the betterment of American Indian/Alaska Native healthcare.Click here for Full Description

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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