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  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation (TVR) Program Manager Department: Employment & Training Services Department (ETSD) Reports To: ETSD Director Supervises: TVR Counselors; TVR Associates; TVR Specialist FLSA Status: Exempt Pay Grade: C5 Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions: The TVR Program Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation (TVR) Program. The Program Manager provides oversight for all matters related to TVR personnel management, including, but not limited to, all hiring decisions, promotions, and performance evaluation. This position plans, coordinates, and provides direction for all program activities. In addition, the Program Manager is responsible for ensuring that the programs are in compliance with all federal mandates and adhere to CITC’s policies and procedures.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Organize the TVR program to establish a comprehensive service delivery system for its clientele and implement the objectives and operational goals outlined in TVR’s Section 121 grant application. - Provide direct supervision of program staff, including but not limited to all hiring decisions, promotions, and performance evaluation. - Perform case reviews, and provide continual monitoring of program activities for compliance with CITC’s mission statement, policies and procedures, and with Section 121 Federal Mandates. - Develop, revise, execute and monitor the program budgets to assure fiscal accountability and appropriate allocation and expenditure of case service funds. - Remain informed and up-to-date on all relevant federal, state and local statutes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures affecting the management and operation of the programs.  - Maintain program statistical information and produce monthly/quarterly/yearly performance reports as required. - Oversee quarterly and year-end program audits and external program reviews. - Create standards of excellence among staff through continual encouragement for staff development, certification, continuing education, and other related hands-on training. - Coordinate the delivery of TVR program services with the Alaska Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and other social and human services entities in order to maximize the availability of services to clients in an efficient, professional and timely manner. - Consult, coordinate, and collaborate with the Employment and Training Services Department Director for guidance and direction on program issues. - Conduct orientations, initial intake interviews, eligibility determinations, and Individualized Employment Plans for participants. - Conduct pre-diagnostic assessments and evaluate medical records, educational transcripts, and psychological/psychiatric evaluations for eligibility determination. - Maintain a caseload of all referrals, applicants, and current participants from the CIRI region villages. - Survey the labor market for potential job opportunities for participants. Develop and initiate job placement for participants who are ready for employment. - Travel to the CIRI region villages to provide services to TVR participants, and network with the different tribal offices for potential referrals and general guidance on the best practice of providing cultural relevant services in the villages. - Provide orientation and community awareness trainings to village tribal chiefs and staff to demonstrate how TVR services can assist tribal members with disabilities in finding employment. - Collaborate with schools to promote the school to work (transition) program for students with disabilities preparing to exit high school and transition into either employment or more higher education pursuits. - Conduct monthly staff meetings. - Attend monthly department’s supervisory team meetings. - Participate in internal/external meetings and trainings as requested. - Inform and consult with department director on policy/personnel/budget issues as they arise. - Maintain confidentiality according to regulations, policies, and procedures. - Perform all related duties as assigned. Job Specifications: - Knowledgeable in the Rehab Act of 1973 as amended, as well as with the Vocational Rehabilitation Process. - Proven ability to direct a grant program with all of its federal mandates, and foresight to provide leadership and sound administrative practices. - Demonstrated knowledge of Alaska Native culture, and familiarity with resources from tribal and community agencies. - Knowledge of psychological principals, counseling techniques, practices and social/behavioral sciences. - Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with immediate staff, general public, businesses and agencies as well as medical facilitators and consumers. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision. - Knowledge of federal and state laws, rules and regulations governing Vocational Rehabilitation required under AAC 54.600-630, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended in 1992 and the American with Disabilities Act of 1990. - Knowledge of grant and contract compliance, governmental accounting and budget procedures. - Knowledge of the current trends and development of Vocational Rehabilitation Service Delivery Models, particularly those serving Native Alaskan and American Indians. - Knowledge of P.L. 102-477 Services Delivery System. Minimum Qualifications: - Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling/Administration or related field, or year for year experience in Rehabilitation Counseling/Administration may be substituted.  Preferred Qualifications: - Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling/Administration or related field - Certification in Rehabilitation Counseling (CRC) - Four (4) years of experience in rehabilitation counseling, administration and/or in management. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.    
Job ID
2018-2180
Department
Employment & Training Services (ETSD)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  CLARE SWAN EARLY LEARNING CENTER JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Food Services & Facilities Assistant Reports To: Senior Manager FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: C2 Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions: Under the supervision and direction of the Cook, the Food Services & Facilities Assistant provides support and assistance to the Cook to ensure food service is delivered and the kitchen maintained with the highest of quality standards. It is the expectation of this position that in the absence of the Cook, the Food Services & Facilities Assistant will be able to deliver the food service at the same standard. This position will also report to the Early Head Start Manager in regards to basic facilities maintenance, as needed, throughout the day to ensure a safe and functional working environment.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Work in conjunction with the Cook to meet the goals of daily food service for the program - Understand and comply with all CACFP requirements and Municipality of Anchorage Health & Safety regulations as they relate to food service in the educational environment setting - Maintain clean, sanitary, safe, and well-organized kitchen and food storage environment - Assist Administrative staff in gathering data for the monthly CACFP claims, as requested - In conjunction with the Health & Safety Coordinator, conduct Daily Safety Check of the grounds and address issues immediately, where possible - Throughout the day, confirm parking/walkways are free from slipping or other safety hazards - Establish positive relationships with classrooms and be present when possible, to enhance students understanding and connection with the food service program - Other duties as assigned Job Specifications: - Ability to develop positive rapport with parents, children, and co-workers - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities - Possess effective communication skills and maintain confidentiality, tact and discretion - Able to independently follow an established work schedule Physical Requirements: - Lift up to 75 lbs - Repetitive bending, stretching, and stooping - Have mobility required to shop, receive deliveries, store, and rotate food as required - Work outdoors in any variety of weather - Fully capable to have visual or hearing capabilities consistent with Child Care Licensing safety requirements - Perform extensive cleaning - Light typing and word processing Minimum qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED - State of Alaska Certified Food Protection Manager credential or obtain within six (6) months of hire - Municipality of Anchorage Food Worker Card or obtain within six (6) months of hire. - Must provide copy of current TB test and physical - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of satisfactory report from a state and federal background reference check Preferred qualifications: - Two (2) years experience working a commercial kitchen or a Head Start kitchen Additional information: - Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self-Determination Act. - Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified current/former program parents pursuant to Head Start Performance Standard 1302.90 Personnel Policies (b) (6). Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job. It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.    
Job ID
2018-2179
Department
Clare Swan Early Learning Center
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  CLARE SWAN EARLY LEARNING CENTER JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Substitute Teacher Reports To: Education Manager FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: C2 Job Type: On-Call, less than 30 hours per week   General Functions: Responsible for providing quality education to infant and toddlers, with the goal of increasing the social competence, school readiness, and knowledge and pride in traditional Alaska Native culture and heritage. This position requires a person to effectively manage a sometimes chaotic environment while supervising simultaneous activities.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Assists in the implementation of plans to enhance the education, health, social and emotional growth in children and families served, and to provide opportunities for families to interact in positive ways, improve parenting skills, and empower themselves to create positive changes in their lives - Assesses the physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and language needs of enrolled children with a variety of screening and observation tools - Utilizes a variety of teaching strategies to meet educational and developmental goals and the physical, emotional, social, cultural, cognitive and language needs of enrolled children - Utilizes appropriate discipline and guidance techniques such as redirection, acknowledgement of appropriate behavior, and setting acceptable limits - Provides a healthy, safe and secure learning environment through the use of consistent limits, appropriate guidance techniques, and the development of an atmosphere of respect for children and adults Job Specifications - Ability to maintain open, friendly, and cooperative relationships with families, to encourage program involvement, and to promote parent-child bonding and nurturing parent-child relationships - Ability to promote feelings of security and trust in infants/toddlers and preschoolers by being warm, supportive, and comforting, and by establishing strong and caring relationships with them - Ability to provide children with experiences and opportunities that allow them to develop curiosity, initiative, problem-solving skills, and creativity, as well as a sense of self and a feeling of belonging - Ability to conduct developmental screenings of infants/ toddlers and preschoolers motor, language, social, cognitive, perceptual, and emotional skills - Flexibility with respect to time and days able to work, as well as work tasks - Demonstrates ability to support teacher in performing individual and group learning activities - Monitors and assists in positive strategies to prevent aggressive behavior and to deescalate volatile situations - Other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED - Infant/Toddler CPR/First Aid Certified - Must provide copy of current TB test and physical - Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the social, educational, training and cultural needs of the Alaska Native/American Indian community - Continued employment is contingent upon a receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background and reference check. Preferred Qualifications: - Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) Certified - Two (2) years Head Start Experience - Valid Alaska driver’s license and insurable under CSELC’s automotive insurance Work Environment: - Physically  capable of lifting up to 50 lbs. intermittently, standing for long periods of time, stooping  and bending, filling buckets with water, pulling mop buckets, vacuuming, stacking chairs, moving tables, filling the sand and water tables, etc. - Able to manage multiple stressful priorities simultaneously.  Additional Information: - Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act. - Hiring preference shall be given according to Head Start Performance Standard 1302.90 Personnel Policies (b) (6), “A program must consider current and former program parents for employment vacancies for which such parents apply and are qualified.” Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.    
Job ID
2018-2177
Department
Clare Swan Early Learning Center
Type
On-Call
  CLARE SWAN EARLY LEARNING CENTER JOB DESCRIPTION  Job Title: Teacher in Training / Teacher I / Teacher II Department: Child & Family Services Department (CFSD) Reports To: Education Manager FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: C1/C2 Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions: Responsible for providing quality education to infant and toddlers, with the goal of increasing the social competence, school readiness, and knowledge and pride in traditional Alaska Native culture and heritage. This position requires a person to effectively manage a sometimes chaotic environment while supervising simultaneous activities. Regular and consistent attendance is expected to support classroom continuity.    This Teacher role is designed to provide progressively more responsibility and independent work experiences to enable a potential progression thru the Teacher levels based on performance in prior assignments, education attainment, and the demonstrated ability to successfully manage more gradually responsible assignments.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Assists in the development and implementation of plans to enhance the education, health, social and emotional growth in children and families served, and to provide opportunities for families to interact in positive ways, improve parenting skills, and empower themselves to create positive changes in their lives - Assesses the physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and language needs of enrolled children with a variety of screening and observation tools - Develops lesson plans that challenge, strengthen, and meet the individual learning goals and developmental needs of enrolled children, in accordance with the Teaching Strategies Creative Curriculum guidelines - Utilizes a variety of teaching strategies to meet educational and developmental goals and the physical, emotional, social, cultural, cognitive and language needs of enrolled children - Utilizes appropriate discipline and guidance techniques such as redirection, acknowledgement of appropriate behavior, and setting acceptable limits - Provides a healthy, safe and secure learning environment through the use of consistent limits, appropriate guidance techniques, and the development of an atmosphere of respect for children and adults - Encourages parental involvement  - Provides training for parents and other staff through role modeling, discussions, and other means - Functions as a member of Head Start/ Early Head Start team by participating in staff meetings, training, planning and problem solving sessions - Visits each child’s home twice per year in accordance with Head Start regulations and meets with parents/guardians to become familiar with the child’s home environment - Accurately completes all paperwork, including: home visit forms, parent/teacher conference forms, lesson plans, work sampling and transition forms Job Specifications: Teacher in training - Strong oral and written communication skills - Willingness to learn all necessary components of position - Ability to work independently, when necessary - Ability to maintain quality safety and infection control standards - Learning computer basics in ChildPlus and center curriculum website, Teaching Strategies Creative Curriculum for Infants Toddlers and Twos - Ability to support teachers in preparing for individual and group learning activities - Supports children with a variety of age-appropriate learning experiences in all areas of development including social/emotional, cognitive and language, and gross and fine motor skills - Monitors and assists in positive strategies to prevent aggressive behavior and to deescalate volatile situations - Understands basic child assessment, educational reporting with parents, and individual care plans for children - Keeps inventory of needed objects (diapers, wipes, bibs, blankets, etc.) in the classroom full - Other duties as assigned Teacher I - Perform all duties/responsibilities of Teacher-in-training with a high level of proficiency - Ability to maintain open, friendly, and cooperative relationships with families, to encourage program involvement, and to promote parent-child bonding and nurturing parent-child relationships - Ability to promote feelings of security and trust in infants/toddlers and preschoolers by being warm, supportive, and comforting, and by establishing strong and caring relationships with them - Ability to provide children with experiences and opportunities that allow them to develop curiosity, initiative, problem-solving skills, and creativity, as well as a sense of self and a feeling of belonging - Ability to conduct developmental screenings of infant and toddler motor, language, social, cognitive, perceptual, and emotional skills - Demonstrates ability to train the Teacher in training - Demonstrates competent computer knowledge in ChildPlus and center curriculum website, Teaching Strategies Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers and Twos - Demonstrates ability to implement  individual and group learning activities - Creates plans that support children with a variety of age-appropriate learning experiences in all areas of development including social/emotional, cognitive, language, and gross and fine motor skills - Monitors and assists in positive strategies to prevent aggressive behavior and to deescalate volatile situations. - Other duties as assigned Teacher II - Will perform all job specifications of Teacher in training and Teacher I at a level of proficiency - Ability to maintain classroom operation to include planning, carrying out activities, maintaining environment, supervising children, staff and volunteers, parent teacher conferences - Ability to implement program curriculum for infants and toddler classrooms - Ensures compliance with Head Start performance standards for the education component by following guidance from supervisor and department manager - Mentoring teachers and teacher trainees in the classroom and on lesson plans/reports. - Ability to independently perform tasks in the classroom, have plans, documents, and reports in on time - Excels in and can assist with any computer knowledge in ChildPlus and center curriculum website, Teaching Strategies Creative Curriculum for Infants Toddlers and Twos - Demonstrates ability to begin and teach individual and group learning activities - Other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications: Teacher in training: - High school diploma or G.E.D. - CDA preferred or must be enrolled in CDA certification program and obtain within 6 months of employment - CPR/First Aid certified, or willing to obtain within six (6) months of hire - Must successfully complete TB and physical examination - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of satisfactory report from a state and federal background and references check Teacher I - High school diploma or GED - Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) - Two (2) years of experience in teaching infants/toddlers/preschool children - Knowledgeable in working in a Head Start/Early Head Start environment - Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the social, health, educational, training, and cultural needs of the Alaska Native and American Indian community - Must successfully complete TB and physical examination - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of satisfactory report from a state and federal background and references check Teacher II - High school diploma or GED - A.A, B.A., in Early Childhood Education or related field - Supervisory experience preferred - Three-five (3-5) years’ experience in teaching children - Knowledgeable in working in a Head Start/Early Head Start environment - Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the social, health, educational, training, and cultural needs of the Alaska Native and American Indian community - Must successfully complete TB and physical examination - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of satisfactory report from a state and federal background and references check Preferred Qualifications: - Valid Alaska driver’s license and insurable under CSELC’s automotive insurance Work Environment: - Physically capable of lifting up to 50 lbs. intermittently, standing for long periods of time, stooping  and bending, filling buckets with water, pulling mop buckets, vacuuming, stacking chairs, moving tables, filling the sand and water tables, etc. - Able to manage multiple stressful priorities simultaneously.  Additional Information: - Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act. - Hiring preference shall be given according to Head Start Performance Standard 1302.90 Personnel Policies (b) (6), “A program must consider current and former program parents for employment vacancies for which such parents apply and are qualified.” Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2018-2175
Department
Clare Swan Early Learning Center
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  ALASKA NATIVE JUSTICE CENTER (ANJC) JOB DESCRIPTION  Job Title: Advocacy Program Manager Department: ANJC Reports To: Director of Program Operations Supervises: Advocacy Program Staff FLSA Status: Exempt Pay Grade C3 Job Type: Full-Time, Regular     General Function: This position is responsible for the coordination and direct management of the Advocacy Program staff. The Advocacy Program Manager works under the direction of the ANJC Director of Operations. The incumbent duties require close coordination, collaboration; tracking and monitoring of participants to ensure support and assistance are within the program services. Responsibilities include providing technical assistance and training to advocacy service providers, working closely with partner agencies to ensure program participants are engaged and supported in services that include employment/training, housing, mentoring, and other comprehensive services.   Duties and responsibilities: - Supervise Advocacy Program staff. - Provide oversight/compliance of case management services through a system of care. - Supervise and assign case work load assignments to DVSAHT Case Managers and Project Coordinators. - Serve as the central point of contact between ANJC and partner agencies. - Conduct initial screening to determine the level of service and support needed. - Assist and/or facilitate support groups, events, outreach and other advocacy awareness opportunities. - Attend program and agency related meetings, trainings and conferences. - Work closely with the Advocacy Program team in the collection of data, report writing and follow-up. - Work closely with ANJC leadership to provide any grant development, reporting, statistics, and all other data required by the grantor or leadership. - Ensure individual participant case planning encompasses key partners, support and services. - Develop and facilitates a strategy for community education and awareness of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, stalking and dating violence or other victim service needs. - Maintain relationships and contracts within network of local service providers. - Facilitate and participate as a member of community committees and advisory teams as appropriate, and maintain records and related documents of the meetings. - Develop and facilitate technical assistance and advocacy training in collaboration with community partners. - Provide cultural training as appropriate to partner agencies. - Maintain confidentiality according to regulations, policies, and procedures. - Assist with special projects and other duties as assigned. - Perform all related duties as assigned. Job Specifications: - Ability to work effectively under pressure of deadlines, and within budget constraints. - Ability to work a flexible work schedule. - Ability to work in a team environment, while also working independently. - Demonstrated capacity to handle multiple tasks, projects and meet deadlines. - Excellent public relations, community organizing, negotiation, mediation, conflict management and meeting facilitation skills. - Knowledge of Alaska Native and/or community resources with demonstrated experience working with Alaska Native people, and an understanding of their values and belief systems. - Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality with sensitive information. - Demonstrate ability to inspire community participation and build coalitions. - Computer literacy in word processing, email, internet and spreadsheets. - Must have strong administrative and organizational skills including budget development and management, and grant administration and reporting. - Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Ability to develop strong relationships with diverse groups of citizens, who may have conflicting interests and opinions. - The ability to travel in national, local and rural Alaska village travel. Familiarity with the concepts of Advocacy for Victims and experience engaging that philosophy into programs. Minimum qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree and two years of experience, or six years of experience in   victim advocacy, or related field. - Experience in case management, with preference given to those with knowledge of  advocacy, social work and workforce development fields. - Experience with civic affairs, community groups, governmental (City, State and Federal) and community agencies. - Knowledge of Alaska Native and American Indian culture and/or community resources. - Continued employment is contingent upon a report from a state and federal background check. - Valid Alaska driver’s license and insurable under ANJC’s automotive insurance. Preferred qualifications: - Master’s degree in Business or related field. - Two years of supervisory experience Additional information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.    
Job ID
2018-2173
Department
Alaska Native Justice Center
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Barista Department: Social Enterprise Reports To: Coho Cup Manager, Lead Baristas Supervises: None FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: C1 Job Type: Regular, Part-Time   General Functions: The Barista prepares a variety of coffee beverages, prepares and resells various hot and cold beverages, and sells prepared foods including, but not limited to: muffins, biscotti, bagels, and various snacks. This position requires frequent customer interactions, excellent customer service skills, and a positive attitude.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Prepares hot and cold beverages. - Sells prepared foods. - Safeguard cash and adhere to internal control process to prevent and detect fraud by ensuring accurate cash handling and reconciliation. - Opens and/or closes coffee shop as scheduled. - Cleans and sanitizes as required by the State of Alaska, Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC), and CITC requirements in order to provide the highest level of customer service possible. - Must meet attendance requirements. - Provides exceptional customer service on a daily basis. - Performs all related duties as assigned. Job Specifications: - Demonstrated ability to handle stress under pressure. - Demonstrated ability to provide quality customer service. - Demonstrated ability to learn and use technical equipment such as an espresso machine. - Demonstrated ability to accurately exchange moneys with the customers. - Demonstrated ability to reconcile all cash and moneys at the end of the day. - Demonstrated ability and willingness to maintain a clean, healthy, and safe working environment. - Demonstrated ability to learn and use company computer to input data on a day to day basis. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities with attention to detail - Demonstrated ability to work independently, with minimal supervision Minimum Qualifications: - Must be able to lift and move 20 lbs. - Continued employment status will be contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory criminal background check Preferred Qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED graduate. - Minimum of three (3) months Barista experience or recently completed an Intensive Barista Training Program. - Knowledge of Alaska Native and American Indian culture. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2018-2171
Department
Coho Cup
Type
Part-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Peer Support Specialist - Valley Department: Recovery Services Reports to: Peer Recovery Coordinator Supervises: None FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: C2 Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions: The Recovery Services (RS) Peer Support Recovery Specialist is an integral member of the Recovery Services department. This position is responsible for being a peer role model of recovery and overall wellness, providing support and encouragement to Recovery Services participants.  This position will be based primarily in the Mat-Su Valley in collaboration with Cook Inlet Tribal Council’s community partners. This position will also provide peer support throughout the various Recovery Services facilities in the Anchorage area including, but not limited to, the Nat’uh Building, Chanylut, and Ernie Turner Center.    Duties and Responsibilities: - Assist participants with transportation and escort when needed for supported workforce and/or medical appointments that assist with self-directed recovery and independence. - Provides direct peer support to RS and Chanlyut that includes linkages to employment, housing, education, and community resources. - Under guidance of the Peer Recovery Coordinator, will promote peer support programs within Recovery Services and surrounding communities. - Documents in participant’s electronic health record within the Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS), including all individual and group peer support services in accordance with Recovery - Services policies and procedures. - Maintain an active awareness of the peer support services that are available in the state of Alaska. - Provides support to the Therapeutic Village of Care (TVC) and Chanlyut programs structures, policies, and philosophies. - Facilitates individual peer support services and peer support group sessions as needed for active and alumni participants of Recovery Services and Chanlyut. - Provides motivational interviewing, community living skills, social, and emotional support to participants within RS and Chanlyut to assist participants in regaining balance and control of their lives. - Maintains appropriate trainings and certifications as outlined in RS policy and procedures and those designated by supervisor. - Active role model for wellness and recovery for participants - Assist Peer Recovery Coordinator and Alumni Manager as needed. - Engage in all assigned peer outreach activities in the community and provide a report out to RS and Chanlyut staff on community efforts and opportunities for participants. - Serves as a member of the Staff Wellness Committee. - Attends RS staff meetings and works collaboratively with other staff  members during  participant  case staffing  regarding transitional and  discharge planning needs, to facilitate a successful transitional from treatment services to the community. - Provide weekly reports on outreach/peer support activities, participant services to Peer Recovery Coordinator. - Provides resources by conducting needed peer support and case management services to alumni and active participants/in both RS and Chanlyut. - Develops responsible, appropriate relationships with participants. - Resolve participant /staff questions concerning behaviors, curriculum, work therapy etc. - Maintains confidentiality according to regulations and procedures. - Performs all related duties as assigned. Job Specifications: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to interact with sensitivity and effectiveness while working with clients, external agencies and coworkers - Proficient computer skills. - Knowledge and ability to operate office equipment. - Demonstrated ability to make decisions and exercise good judgment. - Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision. - Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize workload. - Strong public speaking and organizational skills. - Strong problem solving skills. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities. - Demonstrated ability and experience conducting individual and group sessions. - Excellent time management skills. - Must have strong writing skills with attention to detail and accuracy of fact reporting. - Demonstrated ability to work with individual from diverse backgrounds. Minimum Qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED. - Ability to operate computer and other standard office equipment. - Lived experience in addiction recovery, and two (2) years continuous sobriety prior to hire and active and continuing participation in a recovery support program, such as a 12 step program. - Experience in residential or outpatient substance use treatment and mutual aid (A.A., N.A., etc.). - Valid Alaska driver’s license and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. Preferred Qualifications: - Recovery Coach Certification. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2018-2170
Department
Recovery Services (RS)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Peer Support Specialist Department: Recovery Services Reports to: Peer Recovery Supervisor Supervises: None FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: C2 Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions: The Recovery Services (RS) Peer Support Recovery Specialist will be an integral member of the Recovery Services department. This position is responsible for being a peer role model through lived experience in the area of recovery and overall wellness, providing support and encouragement to Recovery Services participants.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Provide direct peer support to RS and re-entry that includes linkages to employment, housing, education, and community resources. - Under guidance of the Peer Recovery Supervisor, will promote peer support programs within Recovery Services and surrounding communities. - Assist participants with transportation and escort when needed for supported workforce and/or medical appointments that assist with self-directed recovery and independence. - Document in participant’s electronic health record within the Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS), including all individual and group peer support services in accordance with Recovery - Services policies and procedures. - Maintain an active awareness of the peer support services that are available in the state of Alaska. - Provide resources by conducting needed peer support and case management services to alumni and active participants across the R/S continuum. - Provide support to the Therapeutic Village of Care (TVC) and Chanlyut programs structures, policies, and philosophies. - Facilitate individual peer support services and peer support group sessions as needed for active and alumni participants of Recovery Services and Chanlyut. - Provide motivational interviewing, community living skills, social, and emotional support to participants within RS and Chanlyut to assist participants in regaining balance and control of their lives. - Maintain appropriate trainings and certifications as outlined in RS policy and procedures and those designated by supervisor. - Active role model for wellness and recovery for participants. - Engage in all assigned peer outreach activities in the community and provide a report out to RS and Chanlyut staff on community efforts and opportunities for participants. - Attend RS staff meetings and works collaboratively with other staff  members during  participant  case staffing  regarding transitional and  discharge planning needs, to facilitate a successful transitional from treatment services to the community. - Provide weekly reports on outreach/peer support activities, participant services to Peer Recovery Coordinator. - Develop responsible, appropriate relationships with participants. - Resolve participant /staff questions concerning behaviors, curriculum, work therapy etc. - Maintain confidentiality according to regulations and procedures. - Perform all related duties as assigned. Job Specifications: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to interact with sensitivity and effectiveness while working with clients, external agencies and coworkers. - Proficient computer skills. - Knowledge and ability to operate standard office equipment. - Demonstrated ability to make decisions and exercise good judgment. - Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision. - Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize workload. - Strong public speaking and organizational skills. - Strong problem solving skills. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities. - Demonstrated ability and experience conducting individual and group sessions. - Excellent time management skills. - Must have strong writing skills with attention to detail and accuracy of fact reporting. - Demonstrated ability to work with individual from diverse backgrounds. Minimum Qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED. - Ability to operate computer and other standard office equipment. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automobile insurance (based on points, moving violations, length of driving experience, etc. as reflected in the DMV report). - Lived experience in addiction recovery, and one year continuous sobriety prior to hire and active and continuing participation in a recovery support program, such as a 12 step program. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. Preferred Qualifications: - Recovery Coach Certification. - Experience in residential or outpatient substance use treatment and mutual aid (A.A., N.A., etc.). - Current access to all DOC facilities and continue to remain in compliance with all State of Alaska requirements associated with having access to correctional facilities. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2018-2169
Department
Recovery Services (RS)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Facility Monitor Department: Recovery Services at the Ernie Turner Center Reports To: Facility Monitor Supervisor Supervises: None FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: C1 Job Type: Regular, Full-time   General Functions: The Facility Monitor is a vital team member within the Village of Care at Residential Services and Emergency Care. The position is responsible for providing administrative support to Ernie Turner Center (ETC) staff and monitoring participant safety, well-being, and program compliance. The Facility Monitor must establish and maintain open lines of communication with all direct care, supervisory, administrative, and support staff.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Greets and interacts with all visitors and participants friendly and professional manner. - Perform administrative and support duties to clinical team including: - Creation of Purchase Orders, Check Requests, and other CITC-specific forms. - Answering telephone in a courtesy and timely manner and refer calls to appropriate staff. - Making copies, sending/distributing faxes, shredding documents, distributing mail. - Ensuring printer, fax and copy machines are stocked at all times. - Researching, gathering and dispensing requested information from clinical staff. - Maintain and order inventories/supplies. - Uploading documents into clinical charts. - Monitor and control visitor access in accordance with ETC policies, procedures, and regulations including checking visitor’s bags and other personal belongings prior to entrance to the main ETC lobby. - Accountable for participant’s safety by monitoring participant entering and exiting the building. - Monitor campus activity via Closed Circuit Television (CCT); and notify supervisor of any malfunctions. - Evening and Night monitors conduct safety and bed checks during sleeping hours and document any unusual or significant events. - Ensure house rules are being followed by participants. - Maintains active presence and availability for patients’ needs. - Maintains a respectful and professional relationship with patients, former patients, family members and staff. - Maintains confidentiality according to regulations and procedures. - Performs related duties as assigned Job Specifications: - Demonstrated ability to work with people in a professional and courteous manner. - Required to have current TB immunization and/or verification incumbent is a “reactor.” - Demonstrated ability to work under dual supervision. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate and manage multiple tasks. - Demonstrated ability to work independently, with minimal supervision. - Excellent verbal and written communication. - Strong computer skills, specifically using office programs. - Demonstrated ability to answer telephones, operate fax and copy machines, computers, and other office equipment. - Voluntary immunization for HEP A&B will be offered/provided. Minimum Qualifications: - High School diploma or GED. - Six (6) months experience in clerical or related field. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Current five (5) years of no felonies or substance abuse convictions. - Must have one (1) year of continuous sobriety prior to hire if a recovering alcoholic or drug addict and participate in a self-help program. - Must be willing to obtain current CPR and First Aid training upon hiring. - Must be able to lift and move fifty (50) pounds. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory report from a state and federal background check. Preferred Qualifications: - One (1) year experience in clerical or related field. - Extensive experience working with Alaska Native people, knowledge of their values and belief systems and ability to provide culturally competent services. - Knowledgeable with alcohol substance abuse treatment setting. - Current CPR and First Aid. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.    
Job ID
2018-2168
Department
Recovery Services (RS)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Family Navigator Department: Child & Family Services (CFS) Department Reports to: Program Manager Supervises: None FLSA Status: Exempt Pay Grade: C4 Job Type: Full-time Regular   General Functions: The Family Navigator will work to reduce unnecessary placement and expedite safe placement permanence of Alaska Native and American Indian children and youth families through coordination of support and resource linkages for parents, children and youth through the OCS Team Decision Making meeting process.  The Family Navigator provides pre and post-meeting assistance to family members and coordinates expedited access to, particularly an array of recovery services, within CITC’s service areas and within the Alaska Native system of care.   Duties and Responsibilities, including but not limited to: - Provides orientation and navigation assistance to parents, youth and children prior to an OCS Team Decision Making meeting to reduce stress and to improve meaningful participation. - Provides emotional support and explain or reiterate or manage the pace in OCS Team Decision Making meetings for family members. - Assists parents to develop an informal support network of family members and other supportive people to function in various capacities including safety plan participants and licensed or un-licensed placements to manage safety of children. - Coordinates access to services to promote change that supports safety and well-being of children. - Documents activities for purposes of service provision and evaluation activities. - Maintains operations by following policies and procedures. - Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending workshops; reviewing profession publications; establishing personal networks. - Complies with federal, state and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions. - Maintains client confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential. - Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. Job Responsibilities Related to Patient Privacy: - The incumbent is expected to protect the privacy of all patient information in accordance with CITC’s privacy policies, procedures and practices, as required by federal and state law, and in accordance with general principles of professionalism as a health care provider.  Failure to comply with CITC’s policies and procedures on patient privacy may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment or membership or association with CITC. - The incumbent may access protected health information and other patient information only to the extent that is necessary to complete your job duties.  The incumbent may only share such information with those who have a need to know specific patient information you have in your possession to complete their job responsibilities related to treatment, payment or other CITC operations. - The incumbent is encouraged and expected to report, without the threat of retaliation, any concerns regarding CITC’s policies and procedures on patient privacy and any observed practices in violation of the policy to the designated Privacy Officer. - The incumbent is expected to actively participate in CITC privacy training and is required to communicate privacy policy information to coworkers, students, patients and others in accordance with CITC policy. Job Specifications: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  - Demonstrated knowledge of child welfare systems. - Excellent problem solving skills. - Ability to coordinate multiple activities with limited supervision. - Demonstrated ability to use Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook. - Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and work collaborative with many organizations. Qualifications: - A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent academic training and work experience required. - Minimum two full years of work experience proficiency with knowledge of the OCS system and other services systems accesses by participants. - Minimum one year experience working with Alaska Native families, knowledge of their values and belief systems. - Continued employment status will be contingent upon satisfactory completion of a state and federal criminal background check in compliance with the 1990 Indian Child Protection Act. - Valid Alaska Drivers License and insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance. Hiring Preference: Preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer: The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.    
Job ID
2018-2167
Department
Child & Family Services (CFSD)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: TDM Enhancement Program Manager Department: Child & Family Services (CFS) Department Reports to: CFS Director Supervises: Family Navigator Pay Grade: C5 FLSA Status: Exempt Job Type: Full-time Regular   General Functions: The TDM Enhancement Program Manager (PM) supports the Child and Family Services Department by administering the CITC OCS TDM Enhancement program.  The Program Manager is responsible for administering and managing the activities conducted by the Family Navigators for Alaska Native/American Indian children at-risk of and in a foster care placement of the State of Alaska OCS.  The purpose of the OCS TDM Enhancement services is to enhance meaningful participation of parents and youth in the TDM process to improve decision making, to improve functional adjustment of family members and to mitigate the trauma of separation from parents and siblings.  The PM will coordinate with the OCS Children’s Services Manager, CITC Child & Family Services Director, CITC Recovery Service Director (RS) and CITC Employment & Training (TTANF) Services Director to manage access to the program and to monitor the project model fidelity.   Duties and Responsibilities, including but not limited to: - Ensures project model fidelity by attending initial and ongoing training related to the Team Decision Making model (Annie E. Casey Foundation). - Completes operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employees; follows up on work results. - Maintains program staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, training and conducting annual performance reviews for employees. - Manages participant engagement with staff by regular, ongoing clinical supervision of interventions and responses to interventions. - Administers and supervises administration of outcome/evaluation tools (e.g. PFS or others as determined by evaluator) by meeting with staff and participants to complete. - Prepares reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information. - Promotes use of program and facilities by advertising availability and schedules; notifying special interests groups; coordinating and cooperating with federal, state and local units of government. - Assures quality services for participants by engaging in standards of practice and multidisciplinary team meetings and case staffing. - Maintains agency credibility by establishing working relationships with grantee, advisory and related service agencies. - Promotes the agency by ensuring and understanding of program services available for participants; adhering to professional code of ethics. - Maintains operations by following policies and procedures. - Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending workshops; reviewing profession publications; establishing personal networks. - Complies with federal, state and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions. - Maintains client confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential. - Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. Job Responsibilities Related to Patient Privacy: - The incumbent is expected to protect the privacy of all patient information in accordance with CITC’s privacy policies, procedures and practices, as required by federal and state law, and in accordance with general principles of professionalism as a health care provider.  Failure to comply with CITC’s policies and procedures on patient privacy may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment or membership or association with CITC. - The incumbent may access protected health information and other patient information only to the extent that is necessary to complete your job duties.  The incumbent may only share such information with those who have a need to know specific patient information you have in your possession to complete their job responsibilities related to treatment, payment or other CITC operations. - The incumbent is encouraged and expected to report, without the threat of retaliation, any concerns regarding CITC’s policies and procedures on patient privacy and any observed practices in violation of the policy to the designated Privacy Officer. - The incumbent is expected to actively participate in CITC privacy training and is required to communicate privacy policy information to coworkers, students, patients and others in accordance with CITC policy. Job Specifications: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  - Demonstrated knowledge of the child welfare systems. - Excellent problem solving skills - Ability to coordinate multiple activities with limited supervision. - Demonstrated knowledge of fiscal management. - Demonstrated ability to use Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook. - Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and work collaborative with many organizations. Qualifications: - A Bachelor of Arts or Sciences in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or related field or equivalent academic training and work experience; Master’s Degree or equivalent academic training and work experience preferred. - Minimum two years of full proficiency in management or coordination of service delivery in all aspects of applicable human services, especially working knowledge of dynamics of human behavior of individuals and groups; working with children and families in crisis; and working knowledge of applicable theories to the practice of social work and safety systems. - Experience working with Alaska Native families, knowledge of their values and belief systems, and working knowledge of historical and contemporary social, economic and cultural problems of the specified geographical area.  Knowledge of ICWA and its implications in the child welfare setting. - Continued employment status will be contingent upon satisfactory completion of a state and federal criminal background check in compliance with the 1990 Indian Child Protection Act. - Valid Alaska Drivers License and insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance.   Hiring Preference: Preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2018-2165
Department
Child & Family Services (CFSD)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Drug Court Reentry Case Manager (I/II/III) Department: Recovery Services Reports To: Reentry Manager Supervises: None FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Code: C3 (I/II), C4 (III) Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions The Recovery Services (RS) Drug Court Reentry Case Manager will be an integral member of the Recovery Services department. This position will be responsible for conducting substance use treatment services with comprehensive clinical case management services for our Dual Treatment Drug Court Project. This position will work closely with the Anchorage Hope Court and Anchorage Wellness Court teams to coordinate services for clients enrolled into the program.     Duties and Responsibilities: - Administers Alaska Screening Tool and Bio-Psycho-Social substance use assessment instruments to determine treatment recommendations relative to appropriate level of treatment services based on criteria developed by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) within Alaska Institutions. - Completes placement review of all assessments conducted with Intervention Supervisor. - Assists participants in identifying treatment plan goals and assuring a written individualized treatment plans is created and maintained following RS policy and procedures. . - Administers and documents appropriate screening tools specific to SAMHSA grant and Recovery Services policies and procedures. - Provides individual intensive case management services to help individuals gain services for substance use, housing, employment, medical, and other needs that are identified within the assessment and screening tools.   - Documents in Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS) including: assessment tool, assessment summary, diagnosis, treatment planning, case review, and progress notes documentation for all services in accordance with Recovery Services policies and procedures. - Working knowledge of Trauma Informed and Motivational Interviewing (MI) techniques. - Coordinates with referral sources, involved family members, community agencies and other treatment providers to provide the best treatment and case management options for participant. - Collaborates closely with intake coordinator to schedule and conducts intakes. - Facilitates education and support groups as needed. - Attends weekly court hearings at Municipal Wellness Court and bi-weekly court hearings at Federal Court and will also attend pre-court meetings at both locations. - Assist participants in all case management needs including but not limited to: applying for available community benefits including Medicaid, housing, employment, legal obligations, family re-unification, medical and dental services, healthy support, and overall wellness. - Maintains a respectful relationship with Judicial System, participants, family members and peers. - Maintains a relationship with all partnering agencies and referral sources. - Attends all relevant trainings and direct support meetings - Other duties as needed and/or assigned. Job Specifications: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Proficient with PCs and standard office equipment. - Demonstrated ability to make decisions and exercise good judgment. - Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision. - Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize workload. - Strong public speaking and organizational skills. - Strong problem solving skills. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities. - Demonstrated ability and experience conducting individual and group sessions. - Excellent time management skills. - Demonstrated ability and willingness to be cross-trained in any aspect of the program. - Must have strong writing skills with attention to detail and accuracy of fact reporting. - Demonstrated ability to work with individual from diverse backgrounds. Minimum Qualifications: (I) - Associate degree in Human Services or related field. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be accepted. - One year experience working in a substance use related field as stated in the general functions. - Certified Moral Recognition Therapy facilitator or willing to be certified in the first 6 months. - Working knowledge of available resources within the surrounding communities. - Able to obtain or currently have Alaska Counselor Technician Certification (CT) within one year from hire. - One year experience providing substance use assessments - If in recovery, one year continuous sobriety prior to hire and active and continuing participation in a recovery support program, such as a 12 step program. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. (II) - Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related field or equivalent combination of related work experience and education may be accepted. - Two years’ experience working in substance use field to include knowledge and experience working with co-occurring disorders. - Two years’ experience providing substance use assessments and linkage to integrated assessment to the incarcerated population. - Able to obtain within one year or currently have an Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification (CDC I). - Certified Moral Recognition Therapy facilitator - Lived experience in addiction recovery, and one year continuous sobriety prior to hire and active and continuing participation in a recovery support program, such as a 12 step program. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. (III) - Master’s Degree in Sociology, Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related field or equivalent combination of related work experience and education may be accepted. - Four years’ experience working in substance use field to include knowledge and experience working with co-occurring disorders. - One year’ experience conducting integrated assessments. - Have an Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification (CDC II). - Understanding of State and Federal regulations as relating to this field. - Lived experience in addiction recovery, and one year continuous sobriety prior to hire and active and continuing participation in a recovery support program, such as a 12 step program. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. Additional Information: Preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.    
Job ID
2018-2158
Department
Recovery Services (RS)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Employment Specialist I, II, III Department: Recovery Services and Employment & Training Services Department Reports To: Outpatient Supervisor Supervises: None Pay Grade: C2 (I), C2-C3 (II), C3 (III) FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions: The Recovery Service (RS) and Employment and Training Services Department (ETSD) Employment Specialist will guide and support participants prior to and during employment placement so that they may achieve independence in the workplace. The Employment Specialist serves all participants across the RS department and will enroll participants that are eligible for ETSD services. The Employment Specialist will provide advocacy, act as a liaison between the employer and the participant, serve as the point of contact for the participant, and works within a team of staff members providing support to the participant.  This position will also collaborate with the RS clinical team to ensure all employment goals and objectives are met.   Duties and Responsibilities: Employment Specialist I: - Ensure the participant is actively pursuing all phases of the employment placement process. - Establish rapport and develop a positive working relationship with participant and employer. - Assess the competency levels, strengths/skills, interests, and preferences of participants through tests and counseling. - Consistent and accurate documentation in the Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS). - Maintain an active participant caseload, maximum of 20. - Assist participants in increasing their knowledge in a particular field and help them focus on current requirements of employers and employment specific responsibilities, duties and skills. - Meets and works with participants at all CITC Recovery Services locations and off-site at various locations depending on participant’s needs. - Assists participants in identifying case management services; as needed, in accordance to best practices to provide linkage and advocacy for employment needs - Conduct employment workshops, life skills/employment groups, vocational education and training sessions for all recovery services programs. - Active member of the case review and placement team, to assess participants needs for employment services. - Utilize employment resources, in particular the Career Development Center at Cook Inlet Tribal Council, and also within the community to provide work and training opportunities for participants. - Locate and secure trainings with local colleges, schools, services and vocational centers for participants. - Develop and maximize on supported work opportunities with local businesses. - Promote, develop, and terminate on-the-job training program opportunities with employers and assist in writing contracts. - Provide one-on-one coaching and guidance in employment search and life skills management, and provide problem-solving support in resolving issues that could result in employment loss. - Assist participants in creating treatment plan goals and objectives centered around obtaining and sustaining employment. - Provide participants with worksite and internship site visits. - Encourage and motivate participants to reach employment goals using trauma informed setting and utilizing motivational interviewing techniques.  - Responsible for obtaining, tracking and documenting all pertinent information in each case file and/or electronically utilizing the 477 Database for dual enrollment of participants in ETSD. - Update and report all data monthly for dually enrolled participants, as related to Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), General Assistance (GA), and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) activities and related 477 statistics. - Participate in scheduled community meetings as requested. - Work as part of a team including co-workers, partner agencies, and the participant. - Participate in training in areas related to improvement of service delivery. - Attends staff meetings and works collaboratively with other staff members. - Maintain confidentiality according to regulations, policies, and procedures. - Perform all related duties as assigned Employment Specialist II: - Perform all duties/responsibilities of Employment Specialist I with a high level of proficiency. - Maintain, track and documenting all pertinent information needed for monthly and quarterly reports. - Train and coach staff within the current best practice model, vocational education and employment skills to employment staff members. - Work with collaboration with Employment and Training Supervisor to maximize program impact.  Employment Specialist III: - Perform all duties/responsibilities of Employment Specialist I/II with a high level of proficiency. - Collaborate with Grant Project Office with the guidance of the Direction of Recovery Services - Collaborate with Billing Supervisor on program sustainability - Work with Grant Department to complete and secure grants for employment services. - Assure all Employment staff is working within the Organization’s Vision, Mission and Sustainability Plan.  - Work with Human Resources in recruiting process Job Specifications: - Knowledge of area Labor Market and demonstrated ability to research current trends. - Ability to recognize transferable skills in participants and apply them to the labor market. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities. - Strong organizational and time management skills. - Excellent customer service skills. - Demonstrated ability to work in a team atmosphere. - Working knowledge of TANF, GA, and WIOA programs. Minimum Qualifications: (I) - Associate degree in Human Services or related field or equivalent combination of related work experience and education may be accepted. - Minimum 1 years’ experience case management, job coaching, workforce development or employment counseling. - Minimum 1 year experience in providing services to the behavioral health population. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. (II) - Bachelor’s Degree in social work, human services or related field or equivalent combination of related work experience and education may be accepted. - Minimum 2 years’ experience case management, job coaching, workforce development or employment counseling. - Minimum 1 years’ experience in providing services to the behavioral health population. - Level I Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification or willing to become certified within one (1) year of employment. - Ability to access clearance into Alaska Department of Corrections Institutions. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. (III) - Master’s Degree in social work, human services or related field or equivalent combination of related work experience and education may be accepted. - Minimum 3 years’ experience job coaching, workforce development or employment counseling. - Minimum 2 years’ experience in providing services to the behavioral health population. - Has work within the parameters and guidelines of State and or SAMHSA Grants. - Level II Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification. - Ability to access clearance into Alaska Department of Corrections Institutions. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.    
Job ID
2018-2155
Department
Recovery Services (RS)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Co-Occurring Clinician Department: Recovery Services Reports To: Clinical Manager Supervises: None FLSA Status: Exempt Pay Grade: C4 Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions:  The Co-Occurring Clinician is a vital team member across the Recovery Services Continuum. This position provides clinical and therapeutic roles, which includes direct services to clients who have been identified as needing both mental health and substance abuse treatment.  Duties entail individual counseling, group therapy, education, screening, treatment planning, crisis intervention, coordination and referral to needed services.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Responsible for the provision of mental health services as they occur concurrently with substance abuse/chemical dependency disorders in accordance with the mission, goals, objectives and policies and procedures of recovery services. - Conducts screening and gather information from the client, family and other sources to   support abstinence and life improvement. - Conduct clinically specific groups that address clients’ co-occurring disorders. - Provide individual counseling and education to individuals through approved counseling methods, lectures and video materials. Uses approved handouts and other homework materials to enhance and support counseling experience. - Maintain Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS) client records and written reports in an accurate and timely manner. - Actively participate in case staffing session to assure continue of care for mental health services by addressing progress in mental health goals and objectives; as well as, participation and progress in group sessions. - Transport participants to various sessions and meetings. - Coordinate referrals as they pertain to client’s mental health status to clinics, social service agencies, and continuing care; provides advocacy and follow-up on referrals as needed. - Coordinate tele-psychiatry services as it relates to policies and procedures.  - Participate in training in areas related to improvement of service delivery. - Maintain a respectful relationship with clients, former clients, family members and peers. - Maintain confidentiality according to regulations, policies and procedures. - Perform related duties as assigned. Knowledge and Competencies: - Knowledge of alcohol and other drugs that includes: - The history and abuse of alcohol and addictive drugs and their physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual impact on the individual, family and Alaska Native/American Indian culture. - Knowledge and understanding of patterns of chemical dependency in various populations, i.e. Native women, men, youth and minorities. - Competent in the collection and evaluation of assessment information from a multi-disciplinary team to determine the primary and secondary problems and other needs of the client and family and the most effective and efficient treatment strategies to help them achieve abstinence and life improvement.  In addition:  - Competent in determining if the client fits the admission criteria, i.e., rationale and/or motivation, client’s physical condition and possible need for detoxification or other medical referral and would benefit from treatment at ETC. - Knowledge and competency in chemical dependency counseling and intervention techniques applied to individual, group and family situations, including medical model. - Knowledge and competency in mental health disorders, co-occurring disorders, diagnostic procedures, DSM-IV, counseling techniques, group therapy, assessment skills, treatment planning and discharge planning. - Knowledge and competency in eclectic treatment procedures including: traditional chemical dependency education and counseling, cultural and spiritual counseling, exercise and nutrition therapy, recreation and social therapy, demonstrating personal wellness, self-awareness, understanding, and strength and stability. - Knowledge and competency of professional program policies and procedures in the chemical dependency treatment field, i.e., intake and orientation, assessment, individual plan development, implementation and management, referral, exit/discharge and follow-up, records, case management, and program evaluation. - Knowledge of ETC Environment of Care, Policies and Procedures and competent in carrying out procedures if needed. - Knowledge and competency in emergency medical and first aid care as follows: - Ability to determine if a medical emergency exists and to take appropriate action, when necessary; - Competent in emergency procedures used in case of alcohol and/or drug overdose; - Knowledge of stages of alcohol and other drug withdrawal and competent in appropriate action at each stage; - Competent in administering CPR and first aid, when necessary. - Competent in dealing with clients in other crises as well as highly structured, fast paced daily routine. - Knowledge and competency in keeping client records and in preparing reports according to the policies and procedures. - Competent in monitoring and evaluating in clinical staffing, including: - Recording the results of client intake and assessments; - Preparing a treatment plan according to the needs of the client; - Making clear, concise and organized progress reports in the client’s treatment file that meets treatment objectives; - Understanding the significance of record keeping; - Understanding the legal responsibilities of record keeping.  - Knowledge of community resources that support abstinence and life improvement in physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health, economic security, employment, positive social, family interdependence and positive cultural identity including: - Competent in referral procedures and knowledge of admittance criteria for other chemical dependency and/or mental health or co-occurring disorders treatments, other health care and community providers available in Alaska, their treatment philosophy and components of service available, i.e. detoxification, residential, out-client and aftercare; - Competent in coordinating with chemical dependency, mental health, health care, employment training, and other social and cultural agencies that can provide services to ETC clients and their families; - Competent in communication to the client and family, resources that are available to support abstinence and life improvement as indicated in their multi-disciplinary assessment and individual treatment plan; - Competent in communication on a case management level with other service providers. - Knowledge of Federal, State and Municipal laws and/or regulations that regulate the treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction, including: - Confidentiality 42 CFR Part 2 - Client Rights - Privacy Act - Good Samaritan Act - Professional Code of Ethics - Non-Discrimination - Accessibility - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) - Knowledge of cultural and spiritual values and how they relate to the disease, recovery and wellness in Alaska Native and American Indian men and women. - Knowledge and competency in public speaking and the ability to plan, organize, and develop audio visual resources and hand-outs for educational lectures and public information speeches. - Knowledge and competency in problem solving, stress management, project management, ethics and team building. - Knowledge of airborne and blood borne pathogens (B, HIV, AIDS, HB) and risk reduction methodologies and the use of universal precautions. Job Specifications: - Demonstrated ability to rotate and work in different clinical positions as needed. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Proficient with computers and standard office equipment. - Demonstrated ability to make decisions, exercise good judgment, and work independently with minimal supervision. - Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize workload. - Strong public speaking, organizational, and problem solving skills. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate and manage multiple tasks with attention to detail. - Required to have current TB immunization and/or verification incumbent is a “reactor.” - Voluntary immunization for HEP A&B will be offered/provided. - Current CPR and First Aid will be provided. - Proficient knowledge and understanding of alcohol and other drugs to include patterns of chemical dependency, collection/evaluation of assessment, mental health disorders, etc. Minimum Qualifications: - Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, counseling, or substance abuse/addiction counseling. - Two years’ experience working in a related field. - Level I or higher Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification or willing to become certified within one (1) year of employment. - Continued employment will be contingent upon completion of a satisfactory state and federal criminal background check. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. Preferred Qualifications: - Licensed by the State of Alaska. - EMDR Certified and Trained. - Trauma Informed/Trained. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2018-2153
Department
Recovery Services (RS)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Family Services and Family/Community Engagement Coordinator Department: Child & Family Services Department (CFSD) Reports To: Early Head Start Manager Supervises: None FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: C4 Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions: Under the supervision and direction of the Early Head Start (EHS) Manager, the Family Services and Family/Community Engagement Coordinator provides support and assistance to EHS families through partnerships and engagement, referrals to community resources, collaboration, delivery of family services, training and mentoring, monitoring and reporting, and providing best practices in working with families overall.  In addition, this position will plan and implement parent, family and community engagement activities, coordinate family training, and ensure compliance monitoring and program compliance with Head Start Performance Standards.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Work closely with assigned families (and TANF Counselor) to develop goals, to promote attendance, and to provide information and referrals based upon the family's priorities. - Provide referrals and access to resources such as TANF, child care, Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center (ECKLC), CITC, and other appropriate agencies that address the family’s needs and goals. - Maintain regular contact with families in order to foster an ongoing partnership between the family, EHS and any appropriate community support services. - Support educational team in accomplishing bi-annual home visits with participants. - Facilitate the staffing process to assist education, health coordinator and other staff to collaboratively support follow-up plans. Provide crisis intervention services to families as needed. - Monitor and document each family’s progress toward meeting their Family Partnership goals and provide regular updates to staff and supervisor as needed. - Develop and distribute materials in areas of specialization, which include community resources, child abuse prevention, and parenting education, weekly bulletins and monthly newsletters. - Provide support to the Head Start Policy Council. - Plan, organize and lead parent education events based on parent interest surveys and performance standards as required. - Plan and coordinate monthly family involvement activities and three community events each program year. - Assist families in the process of transitioning to CINHS by coordinated transition activities with CINHS staff and information on the transition process and activities to help children prepare for the transition. Job Specifications: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Excellent organizational skills. - Must be proficient at Microsoft, especially Excel - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities. - Strong understanding of child development and parent education. - Flexibility in work schedule is required to meet with participants in various settings (home, community, office). - Understands and applies concepts of relevant philosophies including Strengthening Families and the impact of trauma. Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Human Services, or Early Childhood Education. - Must provide copy of current TB test and physical. - Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the social, health, educational, training, and cultural needs of the Alaska Native and American Indian community. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of satisfactory report from a state and federal background check. - Valid Alaska driver’s license and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Preferred qualifications: - Two (2) years Head Start Experience - Current or former Head Start Parent. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self-Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job. It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.
Job ID
2018-2152
Department
Clare Swan Early Learning Center
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Accounting Technician I/II Department: Accounting Reports To: Accounts Payable Supervisor Supervises: None FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: C3 Job Type: Regular, Full-Time   General Functions: The Accounting Technician performs a vital role within the Accounting Department of Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC).  This position is responsible for a variety of duties, including but not limited to the following: compute, classify, record and verify financial data; provide and process financial support, transactions and reports; and, compile and maintain accounts payable and accounts receivable records.   Duties and Responsibilities: Accounting Technician I - Process a variety of financial documents within a computerized accounting system, such as financial transactions, invoices, checks, account statements, authorizations, journal vouchers, and purchase orders. - Compile and sort invoices and checks. - Assist in the annual preparation of 1099’s and maintains W-9 files. - Verify and post details of business transactions to the General Ledger. - Contact vendors to assist in collection for outstanding invoices. - Compose grammatically correct letters, memoranda, and other reports as requested. - Distribute checks for signature and /or delivery. - Maintain a positive working relationship with vendors/customers/clients. - Maintain a positive working relationship with CITC staff. - Participate in scheduled internal/external meetings/trainings as requested. - Maintain confidentiality according to regulations, policies, and procedures. - Perform all related tasks as assigned. Accounting Technician II - Perform duties and responsibilities of Accounting Technician I - Process monthly invoices for CITC and subsidiaries. - Enter and post daily cash receipts. - Post monthly invoices for CITC and affiliates - Review and post employee trip reports, vendor and utility reconciliations, and follow up with outstanding transactions. - Prepare monthly reconciliation of accounts payable sub-ledger to general ledger balance. Job Specifications: - Excellent written and oral communication skills. - Demonstrated ability to read and interpret documents such as: safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. - Demonstrated ability to write routine reports and correspondence. - Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with vendors and staff. - Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. - Thorough knowledge of accounting principles and procedures coupled with strong accounts payable skills. - Demonstrated ability to work independently while maintaining efficiency and accuracy. - Strong mathematical skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, rates, ratios, percentages, and graphs. - Demonstrated ability to understand and carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, and/or diagram form. - Ability to enter data using 10 key by touch. Minimum Qualifications: - (I) High school diploma or GED. - (I) Three (3) years data entry experience, including 10 key by touch. - (II) Two (2) years accounts payable experience. - Continued employment is contingent upon a satisfactory report from a state and federal background check. Preferred Qualifications: - Associate’s degree in business administration or finance with an emphasis in accounting. - Two (2) years of related professional experience. - General ledger reconciliation experience. - Microsoft GP Experience. - Microsoft Excel experience. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.      
Job ID
2018-2150
Department
Accounting (ACCT)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Substance Use Counselor (I, II, & III) Department: Recovery Services Reports To: Outpatient Supervisor Supervises: None FLSA Status: Pay Code: Non-Exempt C3 (C4) Job Type: Full-Time, Regular   General Functions The Recovery Services (RS) Substance Abuse Counselor will be an integral member of the Recovery Services department in CITC’s Recovery Services department. This position is responsible for providing substance use treatment services to individuals who have received a substance use assessment and using the ASAM (American Society of Addiction Medicine) and DSM-5 diagnosis criteria. The Substance Use Counselor will act as an advocate for the participant providing resources, case management, conduct individual sessions ,facilitates substance use related groups, developing individualized treatment plans and maintaining electronic charts of all participants on his/her caseload.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Conducts admission, intake, and orientation for participants who are entering Outpatient services. - Assists participants to identifying treatment plan goals, objectives, and interventions and assuring a written individualized treatment plans is created and maintained following RS policy and procedures. Provide case management services; as needed, in accordance to best practices to provide linkage and advocacy that participant’s needs. Including coordinate referrals as pertaining to employment, mental health, housing, medical with local community clinics, social service agencies, continuing care and provide follow-up on all referrals made. - Provide individual substance use education sessions to help individuals identify patterns of substance use in accordance with the mission, goals, objectives and policies and procedures of recovery services. - Document in Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS) including: intake, referral, diagnosis, treatment planning, case reviewing, discharge summary and progress note documentation for all services in accordance with Recovery Services policies and procedures. - Maintain Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS) participant records and written reports in an accurate and timely manner. - Utilize ASAM and DSM-5 literature when making substance use diagnoses and recommendations. - Administers Alaska Screening Tool and Bio-Psycho-Social substance use assessment instruments to determine treatment recommendations relative to appropriate level of treatment services based on criteria developed by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)   - Understand the uses of Trauma Informed and Motivational Interviewing (MI) techniques. Coordinates with referral sources, involved family members, community agencies and other treatment providers to provide the best treatment and case management options for participant - Maintains a relationship with all partnering agencies and referral sources. - Provide individual substance use counseling and education to individuals through approved counseling methods, and lectures materials. Uses approved handouts and other homework materials to enhance and support counseling experience. - Provide Dashboard points to Outpatient Supervisor in a timely manner. - Participate in training in areas related to improvement of service delivery. - Attend staff meetings and works collaboratively with other staff in case staffing/review. - Transport participants on assigned activities, case management services and outings as needed. - Participate in training in areas related to improvement of service delivery. - Maintain a respectful relationship with participants, former participants, family members and peers. - Perform all related duties as assigned. Job Specifications: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Proficient with PCs and standard office equipment. - Demonstrated ability to make decisions and exercise good judgment. - Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision. - Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize workload. - Strong public speaking and organizational skills. - Strong problem solving skills. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities. - Demonstrated ability and experience conducting individual and group sessions. - Excellent time management skills. - Demonstrated ability and willingness to be cross-trained in any aspect of the program. - Must have strong writing skills with attention to detail and accuracy of fact reporting. - Demonstrated ability to work with individual from diverse backgrounds. Minimum Qualifications: (I) - High School Diploma or GED. - One year experience working in a substance use related field as stated in the general functions. - Have or able to obtain Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification (CDC I) within one year from hire. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. - Current Access to all DOC facilities and continue to remain in compliance with all State of Alaska requirements associated with having access to correctional facilities, or ability to obtain within one year from hire. (II) - Associate degree in Human Services or related field. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be accepted. - Two years’ experience working in a substance use related field as stated in the general functions. - Working knowledge of available resources within the surrounding communities. - Experience using electronic health record and or case management system. - Ability to train group facilitations. - Knowledgeable of Motivational Interviewing and Trauma Informed Care. - Clear understanding of the ASAP system. - Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification (CDC I). - Current access to all DOC facilities and continue to remain in compliance with all State of Alaska requirements associated with having access to correctional facilities. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. (III) - Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, counseling, or substance abuse/addiction counseling. - Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification (CDC II). - Three years’ experience implementing and facilitating clinical best practices in the substance field, conducting case reviews and placement using current ASAM and DSM-5. experience. - Good understanding of accreditation processes. - Working knowledge with the State and Government clinical regulations. - Experience using electronic health record and or case management system. - Working knowledge with the State and Government clinical regulations. - Working knowledgeable of Motivational Interviewing and Trauma Informed Care. - Current access to all DOC facilities and continue to remain in compliance with all State of Alaska requirements associated with having access to correctional facilities. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2018-2149
Department
Recovery Services (RS)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
  COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title: Behavioral Health Case Manager Department: Recovery Services Reports To: Outpatient Supervisor Supervises: None Pay Grade: C3 FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Job Type: Full-Time, Regular   General Functions The Recovery Services (RS) Behavioral Health Case Manager will be a viable position with the full continuum of care within the Recovery Services department. This position will be placed in the program as needed to cover other staff member’s schedules and to assure services are not interrupted for participants. This position will be responsible for conducting assessments in the electronic documentation system used by the Recovery Services department.  This position is also responsible for providing substance use and case management services to participants within one of the Recovery Services programs. The Behavioral Health Case Manager will act as an advocate for the participant providing resources, case management and conduct individual sessions as well as facilitates group education sessions which follow a specialized curriculum.   Duties and Responsibilities, including but not limited to: - Administers Alaska Screening Tool and Bio-Psycho-Social substance use assessment instruments to determine treatment recommendations relative to appropriate level of treatment services based on criteria developed by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Documents in Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS) including: assessment tool, assessment summary, diagnosis, treatment planning, case review, and progress notes documentation for all services in accordance with Recovery Services policies and procedures. - Complete all necessary Recovery Services Case Management System (RSCMS) documents. - Completes case staffing placement review of all assessments conducted with Valley Outpatient Supervisor. - Maintains a relationship with all partnering agencies and referral sources. - Utilize ASAM and DSM-5 literature when making substance use diagnoses and recommendations. - Coordinates with referral sources, involved family members, community agencies and other treatment providers to provide the best treatment and case management options for participant. - Meets and works with participants at all CITC Recovery Services locations and off-site at various locations depending on participant’s needs. - Maintain accurate records of assessment results, diagnoses, recommendations and all services provided. - Understands and uses Trauma Informed and Motivational Interviewing (MI) techniques. - Provides motivational interviewing, social, and emotional support to participants within RS programs. - Provides peer support to RS programs that includes linkages to employment, housing, education, and community resources. - Conducts pre-treatment groups and communicates with the intake coordinator regarding waitlist rosters and collateral information prior to intakes. - Conducts admission, intake, and orientation for participants who are entering Outpatient services. - Assists participants in identifying case management services; as needed, in accordance to best practices to provide linkage and advocacy that participant needs. Including coordinate referrals as pertaining to employment, mental health, housing, medical with local community clinics, social service agencies, continuing care and provide follow-up on all referrals made. - Provide individual substance use education sessions and groups to help individuals identify patterns of substance use in accordance with the mission, goals, objectives and policies and procedures of Recovery Services. - Attends all relevant trainings and direct support meetings - Work collaboratively with other assessors and participates in case conferencing. - Participate in training in areas related to improvement of service delivery. - Attends staff meetings and works collaboratively with other staff in case staffing/review. - Transport participants on assigned activities, case management services and outings as needed. - Maintains a respectful relationship with participants, former participants, family members and peers. - Other duties as needed and/or assigned Job Specifications: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Proficient with PCs and standard office equipment. - Demonstrated ability to make decisions and exercise good judgment. - Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision. - Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize workload. - Strong public speaking and organizational skills. - Strong problem solving skills. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities. - Demonstrated ability and experience conducting individual and group sessions. - Excellent time management skills. - Demonstrated ability and willingness to be cross-trained in any aspect of the program. - Must have strong writing skills with attention to detail and accuracy of fact reporting. - Demonstrated ability to work with individual from diverse backgrounds. Minimum Qualifications: - Associate degree in Human Services or related field. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be accepted. - Two years’ direct experience working in substance use field. - One year experience providing substance use assessments, conducting case reviews and placement using current ASAM and DSM-5. - Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification (CDC I) or able to obtain within one year of hire. - Ability to access all DOC facilities and continue to remain in compliance with all State of Alaska requirements associated with having access to correctional facilities. - Working knowledge of ASAM and DSM-5 diagnostic tools. - If in recovery, one year continuous sobriety prior to hire and active and continuing participation in a recovery support program, such as a 12 step program. - Valid Alaska driver’s license and insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Continued employment is contingent upon a receipt of a satisfactory state and federal background check. Hiring Preference: Preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2018-2147
Department
Recovery Services (RS)
Type
Full-Time, Regular
ALASKA NATIVE JUSTICE CENTER JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title:         Village Liaison/Special Advocacy Case Manager Department:    ANJC Administration Reports To:     Director of Operations Supervises:      None FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt Pay Grade:      C3 Job Type:         Regular, Full-Time     General Functions: The Village Liaison/Special Advocacy Case Manager develops, coordinates, and manages communication, relationships, and collaborative opportunities with ANJC’s village partners.  This position works in partnership with CITC, the CITC Village Liaison and ANJC Advocacy program and leadership to help promote working partnerships and capacity building in the region.     Duties and Responsibilities: Village Liaison Duties: - Act as primary contract for village contacts and partners. - Provide direct and/or service referrals to rural victims of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking; - Provide oversight and direction of rural and tribal community outreach; - Facilitate community capacity building and strategy development sessions, provider and point of contact trainings, and community gatherings focused on culture, sexual and relationship violence, and healing. - Provide or coordinate distance consultation support to rural Alaska Native communities and providers. - In conjunction with village partners, organize and facilitate site visits intended to promote program/information sharing and partner engagement. - Provide reports on collaborative activities and other information relevant to villages and ANJC. - Attend the Tikahtnu Forum and other regional information meetings as a primary ANJC representative. - Improve the quality of services offered by CITC to Native people of Cook Inlet region by expanding access to sustainable funding and data analysis, which will solidify the company’s long-term strategies for program development. - Improve partnerships with other community organizations which support our participants and mission, through collaboration and support of their community projects and goals. - Provide information dissemination, capacity building through consultation and technical assistance/advising, and facilitating collaborative programs and service delivery among the Tribal communities, primarily Cook Inlet region, through its partnerships with the nonprofit Tribal affiliate organizations and Tribal Councils with the Cook Inlet region. - Provide coordination and outreach with the region and among Alaska Native people statewide, through newsletters, public outreach and internet web development. - Support projects designed to work in partnership with Regional Tribes to improve outcomes for Alaska Native people in the Cook Inlet region.   Other Special Projects: - Connect with appropriate and specific ANJC and CITC staff members on a regular basis to identify opportunities to collaborate with villages and/or service providers providing services in advocacy for victims. - Responsible for collection of data/information needed for reports and other communication needs. - In cooperation with ANJC leadership and CITC grant writer, responsible for assisting with the writing and drafting content for grant opportunities. - Assist with special projects and meetings as necessary to effectively fulfill role.  Required Contacts: - Senior leadership and staff of the villages in Alaska. - Senior leadership and staff of businesses and Native corporations. - Community service providers. - Community and business leaders. - Legal associates. - Government and other political leaders. - General public.  Job Specifications: - Excellent written and verbal communication skills. - Good public contact skills. - Ability to make decisions and exercise good judgment. - Ability to work closely and respectfully with village partners and personnel from other departments within Cook Inlet Tribal Council. - Ability to work under pressure independently with minimal supervision. - Ability to prioritize competing priorities and regular workload. - High degree of sensitivity regarding confidential information.  Minimum Qualifications: - Associates Degree in business, social services or other related field. Relevant experience may substitute for educational requirement on a year for year basis. - Two years of progressively responsible program/management experience.  - Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the social, health, educational, training, and cultural status of the Alaska Native and American Indian community. - Knowledge and understanding of domestic violence/sexual assault, interpersonal violence and/or Human Trafficking. - Knowledge of Alaska Native and American Indian culture and/or community resources. - Valid Alaska driver’s license and insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age;  have reliable transportation and be willing/able to travel. - Continued employment status will be contingent upon completion of a satisfactory state and federal criminal background check.   Preferred qualifications:   - Bachelor’s Degree in business, social services or other related field. - Previous experience in case management preferred, with preference given to those with knowledge related to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence or human trafficking. - Two years’ experience working with villages in Alaska.   Additional Information:       Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.   Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job. It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job. Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time. This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2018-2143
Department
Alaska Native Justice Center
Type
Full-Time, Regular
COOK INLET TRIBAL COUNCIL, INC. JOB DESCRIPTION   Job Title:        Recovery Support Technician Department:   Recovery Services Reports To:     Facility Monitor Supervisor Supervises:     None FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt Pay Grade:      C2 Job Type:        Full-Time, Regular ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   General Functions: The Recovery Support Technician is responsible for providing program support to Recovery Services (RS) Continuum of Care by establishing and maintaining open lines of communication with all RS direct care and support staff, supervisors, management, and administration. The Recovery Support Technician acts as a peer role model of lived experience in the area of recovery and of overall wellness, providing support and encouragement to participants. This position has the opportunity to grow, build job skills, and receive relevant training in the peer support field.     Duties and Responsibilities:  - Provide direct peer support to RS continuum of care to support and build a path to employment, housing, education, and community resources. - Maintain an active awareness of the peer support services available throughout the state of Alaska. - Provide support to the Therapeutic Village of Care (TVC) and Re-entry programs structures, policies, and philosophies. - Facilitate support services and staff led monitored sessions as needed for active participants of Recovery Services. - Assist participants with transportation and escort when needed for supported workforce and/or medical appointments that assist with self-directed recovery and independence. - Provide motivational interviewing, community living skills, social, and emotional support to participants within RS to assist participants in regaining balance and control of their lives. - Maintain appropriate trainings and certifications as outlined in RS policy and procedures and those designated by supervisor. - Act as an exemplary peer role model for wellness and recovery for participants. - Attend RS staff meetings and work collaboratively with other RS staff members to facilitate a successful Continuum of Care. - Provide accurate shift reports detailing events that occurred throughout their shift. - Develop responsible and appropriate relationships with participants to encourage and promote healthy progress. - Work with RS staff to communicate program rules and expectations as stated in manuals concerning behaviors, curriculum, work therapy, etc. - Assist Intake Coordinator with intakes according to RS policies and procedures. - Assist in the self-administration of medication according to policies and procedures. - Provide UA and BRAACS to all participants when returning from passes, outings, and at random, as directed. - Answer RS reception telephone in a courteous and timely manner and refer calls to appropriate staff. - Monitor and control visitor access in accordance with RS policies, procedures, and regulations including checking visitor’s bags and other personal belongings prior to entrance to the main ETC and Chanlyut lobby. - Remain accountable for participant’s safety by monitoring participants while they enter and exit building/facilities. - Monitor campus activity via Closed Circuit Television (CCT), and notify supervisor of any malfunctions or concerns. - Maintain active presence and availability for participant needs. - Maintain a respectful and professional relationship with participants, former participants, family members and staff. - Maintain confidentiality according to regulations, policies, and procedures. - Perform related duties as assigned.   Job Specifications: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Demonstrated ability to interact with sensitivity and effectiveness while working with clients, external agencies, and coworkers. - Proficient computer skills. - Knowledge and ability to operate office equipment. - Demonstrated ability to make decisions and exercise good judgment. - Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision. - Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and prioritize workload. - Strong problem solving skills. - Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities. - Excellent time management skills. - Attention to detail and accuracy of fact reporting. - Demonstrated ability to work with individual from diverse backgrounds. - Demonstrated ability to work with people in a professional and courteous manner. - Demonstrated ability to work under dual supervision. - Voluntary immunization for HEP A&B will be offered/provided. - Required to have current TB immunization and/or verification if incumbent is a “reactor.”   Minimum Qualifications: - High School diploma or GED. - One (1) year experience in clerical or related field. - Valid Alaska Driver’s License and insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age. - Current five (5) years of no felonies or substance abuse convictions. - Must be willing to obtain current CPR and First Aid training upon hiring. - Must be able to lift and move fifty (50) pounds. - Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory report from a state and federal background check.   Preferred Qualifications: - Recovery Coach certification or willing/able to be certified one (1) year from hire. - Extensive experience working with Alaska Native people, knowledge of their values and belief systems and ability to provide culturally competent services. - Knowledgeable with alcohol substance abuse treatment setting. - Current CPR and First Aid.   Additional Information: Hiring preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native/American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act.     Disclaimer The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.  
Job ID
2017-2137
Department
Recovery Services (RS)
Type
Full-Time, Regular

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