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The National Indian Health Board seeks qualified candidates for the following open positions based in Washington DC:

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Posted - August 7, 2018

Senior Accountant - NARA

The Senior Accountant shall assist Finance Manager by providing leadership and technical expertise in communication and preparation of essential financial information. This position shall be responsible for all phases of monthly financial management and reporting through financial statements, systems development, and audit processes that are in compliance with both Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and federal cost-principles.

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Posted - July 10, 2018

Hazel Heights Housing Specialist - NARA

The Native American Rehabilitation Association (NARA) is private non-profit that provides culturally appropriate physical- and mental-health services and treatment for substance use disorders for Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and other people with vulnerabilities.

The Hazel Heights Housing Specialist will work independently and collaboratively with multiple NARA teams and Central City Concern’s Hazel Heights housing project in Southeast Portland to provide community- and home-based housing-support services to individuals and families who are chronically homeless and whose health, behavioral health, and socioeconomic issues prevent them from accessing housing. Services are focused around supporting the individual and/or family to stabilize their housing, end their experience with homelessness, improve their health, and move forward in their recovery...

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Posted - July 10, 2018

Mobile Assessor for Coordinated Access for Homeless Service Systems - NARA

The Native American Rehabilitation Association (NARA) is private non-profit that provides culturally appropriate physical- and mental-health services and treatment for substance use disorders for Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and other people with vulnerabilities.

We have the immediate need for a Mobile Assessor for Coordinated Access for Homeless Service Systems. The Mobile Assessor works independently and collaboratively with a team of health and social-service professionals to assist in identification and assessment of homeless families and individuals to refer to appropriate homeless service – Coordinated Access systems – for adults and families. Assessments will be conducted primarily in the community, at NARA service sites, shelters, and locations where homeless households may be gathered (i.e. encampments, meal programs, etc.) The Mobile Assessor will assist homeless households with gathering necessary documentation for housing applications, which may include verifications of income, disability, and history of homelessness. Hours of work are flexible to meet program needs with some evenings and weekends. This dynamic position is highly mobile across the County, with a specific focus on serving the Native American community, and requires strong coordination and engagement skills...

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Posted - July 1, 2018

Epidemiologist/Biostatistician - Southern Plains Tribal Health Board

The Southern Plains Tribal Health Board currently has an opening for an Epidemiologist. Please visit http://www.spthb.org/about-us/join-us/careers/ to review the announcement for minimum qualification and apply. Also, please feel free to forward this Position Announcement on to any individual who may be interested.

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board.



Posted - June 4, 2018

Deputy Director - National Indian Child Welfare Association

The deputy director of the National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) has overall responsibility for the management and control of all aspects of the operations department. Reporting to the executive director, the deputy director builds and maintains organizational infrastructure to support NICWA's work and is charged with day-to-day management of finance, facilities, information technology, human resources, and events and training functions. S/he participates in the development and enforcement of organizational policies and procedures to maintain the positive health of the organization...

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