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CHAP Program Coordinator
With rising demand for comprehensive, quality health care, communities are increasingly looking for innovative approaches to health service delivery. Recognizing the success of community health aides for Alaskan Tribes, Congress authorized the creation of a national federal Community Health Aide Program (CHAP).
Intern, Tribal Data Project Part-Time
Interns with the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board perform a variety of tasks utilizing skills and knowledge gained in college and from work experience. Multiple programs within the organization provide for internships and each possesses its own unique goals and objectives. A majority of the work will be public health-related and focused on American Indian/Alaska Native public health.
Public Health Specialist, THESIS Program
This position will include a wide variety of activities that revolve around supporting the Tribal Health Experiential Student Internship Seminar (THESIS) Program. Duties range from data entry and collection, data analysis, coordinating with partners and organizations, event organization, virtual event planning, assisting in training, and curriculum building.
Public Health Specialist (HIV Program)
The Public Health Specialists perform a supportive role in the TEC Surveillance department contact tracing/case investigation, and vaccine efforts. This position is a public health professional providing support to Tribes, tribal organizations, and urban Indian clinics in the fight against COVID-19.
Administrative Assistant, Project ECHO
Under the general direction of the HIV Program Coordinator, the Administrative Assistant provides a full range of clerical and administrative support services.
Special Programs Coordinator
Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to work with Tribal partners to facilitate activities that are undertaken by the SPTHB. Some work may be completed specifically by this position, however, in most instances, it is expected that the coordinator will bring together a team that is available and capable of completing activities.
Administrative Assistant (TLOP)
Under the general direction of the SPTHB Policy Analyst, the Administrative Assistant provides a full range of clerical and administrative support services. The primary focus of this position will be assisting the Policy Analyst and SPTHB staff with tribal outreach.
Public Health Specialist II (Surveillance Program)
The Public Health Specialist II will perform a supportive role in the TEC Surveillance department contact tracing/case investigation, vaccine efforts, and programmatic projects. Under the general direction of the Program Coordinator, works in collaboration with tribes, tribal programs, Indian Health Service (IHS), and state and urban programs to develop and maintain surveillance-related data collection, entry, analysis, and interpretation to ensure comprehensive, quality health data are available and accessible to the Native American population in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
Public Health Specialist I (Surveillance Program)
The Public Health Specialists perform a supportive role in the TEC Surveillance department contact tracing/case investigation, and vaccine efforts. This position is a public health professional providing support to Tribes, tribal organizations, and urban Indian clinics in the fight against COVID-19. This position will require prioritization, prompt action, and attention to detail in documentation and data management as multiple investigations will be conducted simultaneously.
The SPTHB is an equal opportunity employer & prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin/ancestry, age, disability, marital & veteran status. For more information about equal employment opportunity protections, view the EEO is the Law poster.