Hs-Ihs-8 9 Legal And Ethical Responsibilities Assignment

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1 Legal and Ethical responsibility
Chapter 4

2 Legal REsponsibility Legal responsibilities are based on law.
Civil Law- legal relationshipsCriminal Law- wrong committed against a person, property or society.Healthcare is generally affected by civil law. Primarily TORTS

3 TORTS Torts- Wrongful acts that do not involve contracts.
Failure to meet your legal responsibility.Doctor did not meet the established or expected standards. (reasonable standard)

4 Tort violations Malpractice
Bad practice. More commonly thought of as PROFESSIONAL NEGLIGENCE.Ie. Dr. fails to give tetanus shot after a puncture woundNegligence- failure to give care normally expected, resulting in injury to another person.

5 Tort Violations Assault-Threat or attempt to injure
Battery- unlawful touching without consentPatients have the right to refuse care. Sometimes verbal consent is allowed. Ie. Put the side rail down on the bed.Some MUST be signed ie. INFORMED CONSENTPermission granted after all risks have been explained. Patient must be of sound mind to be legally bound to the document. HOWEVER: Patient always retains the right to withdraw consent.A and B may be rough handling of a patient or procedure performed against the patient’s will.

6 Tort violations cont… Invasion of Privacy False imprisonment
Revealing personal information without consent.Not properly covering a patient to maintain modestyFalse imprisonmentRestraining or restricting and individual’s freedom (hospitalization against will)Abuse: Verbal, physical, psychological, sexual abuse, (ELDERLY)

7 Tort ViolationsDefamation of character- false statements that cause ridicule or damage to reputationSlander that is written as LIBEL

8 contractsContracts: Agreement between 2 or more parties. Contains the following:OfferAcceptanceConsideration (payment made)Implied Contract- understood without verbally stating. If nurse gives meds and patient voluntarily takes them, it is implied that the patient accepts treatment.

9 Contracts cont…Expressed contract- stated clearly and distinctly either orally or in writing.Legal disability- all parties in a contract must have the legal capability to enter the contract ie. Legal adult, sound mind, power of attorney.TRANSLATOR-must be present if person does not speak language or documents are not in their language.

10 Privileged communications
Legal responsibility- information about their health can only be shared with other members of that patients healthcare team, must stay confidential (dr/pt confidentiality)Only shared by written consent UNLESS:Death, birth, battery, abuse, stabbing, drug abuse, disease communicable, STD, gun shot etc…Healthcare records- privileged information that belongs to the doctor. Patient has a right to obtain copy. May be used in a court of law.

11 ethicsEthics- set of principles relating to what is morally right or wrong. Standard of conduct or code of behavior.LOTS of dilemma’s arise due to ethics!!!!!EuthanasiaIf doctor has HIV should he have to disclose that to his patients?Page 93: Pick 2 and write answer

12 Basic Ethics principles
Saving life and promotion of healthKeep patient comfortableRespect patients choice to die peacefully with dignityTreat all patients equally regardless of race, etc…Provide care for all individuals to the best of your abilityMaintain competent skill levelStay up to date through continuing educationMaintain confidentialityRefrain from immoral unethical and illegal practicesLoyalty to patients and employersBe sincere honest and caring

13 Patient rightsWritten rights and policies are federal and state law required.Pg 94 Patient Bill of RightsResident bill of rights for long term care

14 Advance directivesLegal directives- allow individuals to state what treatment they want or do not want in the event that they become incapacitated and are unable to express their wishes regarding medical care.1) LIVING WILLStates what measures should be taken to prolong life when conditions are terminalDocument must be signed when patient competent.DNR Do not resuscitate (extremely hard to determine.

15 Advanced directives 2)DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY
Principal (pt)- appoints another person to make any decisions regarding health care if the principal should not be able to make those decisions.POA- must be signed by principal agent and 2 legal witnesses.1990 Patient self determination act (PSDA). All healthcare agencies requiring federal aide must inform patients of their legal rights and directives.Page 97: Professional standards

~mARCH 5, 2018 ~

Nez perce tribe

Job openings

Open only to qualified IN HOUSE applicants:

In compliance with the Human Resource Manual 2.2.4: All vacancies will be advertised “IN HOUSE” for all employees and Tribal members for a minimum of two weeks.

The Nez Perce Tribe Department of Early Childhood Development (ECDP) is recruiting for: COOK HR-17-147 full-time regular. To ensure quality service and planning of meals which meet the children’s needs and that complies with tribal, federal, state, and local regulations. Requires a High School Di-ploma/GED or specialized vocational training, and three (3) months experience in volume food prepara-tion and cooking; to include cycle menu planning, purchasing and inventory, food demonstration, and ability to communicate effectively and teach in the classroom and parent and staff training. Must have excellent demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written, be computer literate and possess the ability to relate to children. Incumbent shall obtain Food Handler’s card within ninety (90) days of hire. Requires a background check, physical exam, and TB test prior to appointment. Must obtain CPR and First Aid Certification within ninety (90) days from date of employment. “Class description/job de-scription available at the NPT Human Resources Department.” The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Requires a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured under the Tribe’s policy. Must provide a current motor vehicle report (MVR) where you have been licensed to drive within the last three (3) years. Open until filled. (Grade 5)

The Nez Perce Tribe Department of Education/ECDP Program is recruiting for: TEACHER II HR-17-171 (LAPWAI) Requires Vocational/Technical applied Associates Degree in Early Childhood (AAS) or an Associate’s Degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or related field (with at least 6 credited hours toward a CDA) and one (1) year related experience. Incumbent shall continue education to obtain a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) or a Bachelor’s Degree (B.S.) in related field. Requires previous experience working with children 0-5 years of age. Must have excellent demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written, be computer literate and posses the ability to relate to children. Demonstrate knowledge and ability to apply early childhood education philosophy dealing with the “whole child” to include working with special needs children. Requires a background check. Must obtain CPR and First Aid Certification within a reasonable timeframe from date of employment. Prefer a valid driver’s license, but would require that the incumbent obtain a valid driver’s license within six (6) months of appointment with the ability to be insured under the Tribe’s policy. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Open until filled. (Grade 9)

EXTENDED: The Nez Perce Tribe Environmental Restoration and Waste Management (ERWM) is recruiting for: HANFORD PROJECT LEGAL POLICY ANALYST HR-18-107 full-time regular. Must have relevant experience with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) is preferred: as well as experience working on behalf of Indian Tribes or other governments. The ERWM Programs’ role is to protect the Tribe’s treaty-reserved right at the Hanford Site in the state of Washington, regulate air quality on the Tribes’ Reservation in the State of Idaho, and oversee emergency response planning on the Reservation. The ideal candidate will be comfortable handling legal issues related to RCRA, NEPA, and CERCLA. Must be a team player and will have sound judgement, accompanied by excellent research, writing, and communications skills. Must have the ability to analyze complex factual, legal, and policy issues; to delve deeply into environmental strategies and projects related to the Tribe’s interests at the Hanford Site; and to respond to the wide array of environmental issues that require prompt and accurate analysis on a day-to-day basis. The Tribe officers an attractive compensation package: including medical and life insurance, a matching 401 (k) contribution, and a generous leave policy. Requires a Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school, and must be a member in good standing of a state bar. Requires passing a criminal background check with no criminal convictions. Must have a background in environmental law, including CERCLA, RCRA and NEPA and/or other environmental experience. Requires a minimum of one (1) year of legal practice. Knowledge of and sensitivity to tribal culture, customs, and traditions for the Tribe preferred. Must have a positive work history. “Class description available at the NPT Human Resources Department.” Please include a 5-10 writing sample along with your NPT application/resume. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Requires a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured under the Tribe’s policy. Must provide a current motor vehicle report (MVR) where you have been licensed to drive within the last three (3) years. This position closed 3/16/18. (Grade 28)

The Nez Perce Tribe Department of Social Services Senior Citizens Program is recruiting for: COOK HR-18-112 (KAMIAH) full-time regular. Responsible for food acquisition and preparation, pricing, and inventory. Plans monthly menus, responsible to adhere to and demonstrate health, safety and sanitary practices in the storing, handling and preparing foods as required by applicable regulations. Assists and guides co-workers, volunteers and other guests; participate in staff meetings, trainings and other appro-priate meetings/activities. Position is supervised by the Senior Citizen Assistant Coordinator. Requires High School Diploma/GED, or specialized vocational training. Requires three months experience. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Open until filled. (Grade 5)

The Nez Perce Tribe Department of Fisheries Resource Management is recruiting for: FISHERIES TECHNICIAN(S) I (HARVEST) HR-18-113 full-time seasonal. To perform duties relating to the collection, compilation, and file keeping of tribal catch information pertaining to Nez Perce treaty fisheries in the mainstem Columbia River and Snake Basin tributaries. Duties include conducting assigned sam-pling tasks at various locations the Tribe authorizes fishing seasons. Responsibility includes monitoring of tribal fishing (catch and fishing effort) at assigned locations and collecting and recording data in the manner described, including working weekends and holidays in rotation with other staff. This position requires living in a remote field location for up to eight (8) days per shift between 2-3 months. Must be highly motivated and possess the ability to work cooperatively with others or independently. Requires high school diploma or GED. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Must provide a current motor vehicle report from the state(s) where you have been licensed to drive within the last three (3) years. This position closes 3/9/18. (Grade 9)

The Nez Perce Tribe Department of Fisheries Resource Management is recruiting for: FISHERIES TECHNICIAN(S) II (HARVEST) HR-18-114 full-time seasonal. To perform duties relating to the collection compilation, supervision and file keeping of tribal catch information pertaining to Nez Perce treaty fisheries in the mainstem Columbia River and Snake River Basin tributaries. Duties include conducting assigned sampling tasks and supervision at various locations the Tribe authorizes fishing seasons. Re-sponsibility includes monitoring of tribal fishing (catch and fishing effort) at assigned locations and col-lecting and recording data in the manner described, supervision of other staff, including working week-ends and holidays in rotation with other staff. This position requires living in a remote field location for up to eight (8) days per shift between 2-3 months. Must be highly motivated and possess the ability to work cooperatively with other or independently in a remote field location. Requires two (2) years of college education (48) credits. Three (3) years of relevant experience is equivalent to one (1) year of college. Requires one (1) of related experience to project needs and six (6) months leadership experience. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Must provide a current motor vehicle report from the state(s) where you have been licensed to drive within the last three (3) years. This position closes 3/9/18. (Grade 11)

The Nez Perce Tribe Department of Education/ECDP Program is recruiting for: CUSTODIAN HR-18-115 (LAPWAI) full-time regular. Responsible for cleaning all ECDP buildings and premises according to procedures, checklists, and general supervision of the Health & Safety Specialist. Ensures all ECDP buildings and premises including storage sheds are locked on a daily basis. Maintains entranceways to buildings, including sidewalks and trash. Maintain ECDP grounds and playground year-round. Requires handling or using machines or equipment. Requires six (6) months experience in the custodial or general maintenance field. Requires High School Diploma/GED. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Requires a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured under the Tribe’s policy. Must provide a current motor vehicle report from the state(s) where you have been licensed to drive within the last three (3) years. This position closes 3/16/18. (Grade 3)

The Department of Fisheries Resource Management-Watershed is recruiting for: WATERSHED SPECIALIST II HR-18-116 full-time regular.  Position is located at The Lochsa Field Office, at Powell Ranger Station, approximately 13 miles west of Lolo Pass. Housing is provided. Will join a highly professional and experienced team working on restoring and protecting aquatic ecosystems and watersheds critically important to fisheries restoration, Nez Perce Tribal treaty resources, and all people. Will be responsible for all aspects of watershed/aquatics ecosystem protection and restoration projects in the Lochsa watershed. Projects may include assessments for fish passage, riparian/stream restoration, reducing sediment from road sources, invasive plant survey and control, and monitoring and evaluation. Activities include data collection/analysis, project design/cost-estimates, permitting, contracting, project implementation, and report writing. Requires coordination with private, local, state, federal, and tribal entities. Must be highly motivated and have excellent communication skills, both oral and written, and report writing. Requires a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in related field. Related field and/or course work requirements defined in job expectations. Experience does not substitute for degree. Requires three (3) years professional experience or one (1) year professional experience with a Master’s degree. Experience must be at a professional level. Minimum of one (1) year supervisory experience also required. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Requires a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured under the Tribe’s policy. Must provide a current motor vehicle report from the state(s) where you have been licensed to drive within the last three (3) years. This position closes 3/16/18. (Grade 19)

Open only to ALL qualified applicants: (General Public)

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The Nez Perce Tribe Department of Early Childhood Development (ECDP) is recruiting for: COOK HR-17-147 full-time regular. To ensure quality service and planning of meals which meet the children’s needs and that complies with tribal, federal, state, and local regulations. Requires a High School Diploma/GED or specialized vocational training, and three (3) months experience in volume food preparation and cooking; t include cycle menu planning, purchasing and inventory, food demonstration, and ability to communicate effectively and teach in the classroom and parent and staff training. Must have excellent demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written, be computer literate and possess the ability to relate to children. Incumbent shall obtain Food Handler’s card within ninety (90) days of hire. Requires a background check, physical exam, and TB test prior to appointment. Must obtain CPR and First Aid Certification within ninety (90) days from date of employment. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Requires a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured under the Tribe’s policy. Must provide a current motor vehicle report (MVR) where you have been licensed to drive within the last three (3) years. Open until filled. (Grade 5)

The Nez Perce Tribe Department of Education/ECDP Program is recruiting for: TEACHER II HR-17-171 (LAPWAI) Requires Vocational/Technical applied Associates Degree in Early Childhood (AAS) or an Associate’s Degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or related field (with at least 6 credited hours toward a CDA) and one (1) year related experience. Incumbent shall continue education to obtain a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) or a Bachelor’s Degree (B.S.) in related field. Requires previous experience working with children 0-5 years of age. Must have excellent demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written, be computer literate and posses the ability to relate to children. Demonstrate knowledge and ability to apply early childhood education philosophy dealing with the “whole child” to include working with special needs children. Requires a background check. Must obtain CPR and First Aid Certification within a reasonable timeframe from date of employment. Prefer a valid driver’s license, but would require that the incumbent obtain a valid driver’s license within six (6) months of appointment with the ability to be insured under the Tribe’s policy. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Open until filled.((Grade 9)

EXTENDED: The Nez Perce Tribe Environmental Restoration and Waste Management (ERWM) is recruiting for: HANFORD PROJECT LEGAL POLICY ANALYST HR-18-107 full-time regular. Must have relevant experience with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) is preferred: as well as experience working on behalf of Indian Tribes or other governments. The ERWM Programs’ role is to protect the Tribe’s treaty-reserved right at the Hanford Site in the state of Washington, regulate air quality on the Tribes’ Reservation in the State of Idaho, and oversee emergency response planning on the Reservation. The ideal candidate will be comfortable handling legal issues related to RCRA, NEPA, and CERCLA. Must be a team player and will have sound judgement, accompanied by excellent research, writing, and communications skills. Must have the ability to analyze complex factual, legal, and policy issues; to delve deeply into environmental strategies and projects related to the Tribe’s interests at the Hanford Site; and to respond to the wide array of environmental issues that require prompt and accurate analysis on a dmelissribution, and a generous leave policy. Requires a Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school, and must be a member in good standing of a state bar. Requires passing a criminal background check with no criminal convictions. Must have a background in environmental law, including CERCLA, RCRA and NEPA and/or other environmental experience. Requires a minimum of one (1) year of legal practice. Knowledge of and sensitivity to tribal culture, customs, and traditions for the Tribe preferred. Must have a positive work history. “Class description available at the NPT Human Resources Department.” Please include a 5-10 writing sample along with your NPT application/resume. The Nez Perce Tribe is a drug free work environment, pre-employment drug testing required. Requires a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured under the Tribe’s policy. Must provide a current motor vehicle report (MVR) where you have been licensed to drive within the last three (3) years. This position closed 3/2/18. (Grade 28)

 

To apply: Recruitments for Entry Level Positions (Grade 15 and below) will require a completed Tribal application only. Recruitments for Professional Positions (Grade 16 and above) will require a completed Tribal application and resume. Please submit one application per position:

Nez Perce Tribe Human Resources Office
ATTN: Job Name & No.
P.O. Box 365
Lapwai, Idaho, 83540

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES!!

• Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC) is pleased to announce available internships for its 2018 GLIFWC Summer Internship Program.

Through this internship program, college students will work one-on-one with their GLIFWC mentors in various divisions and learn about necessary coursework, college degrees, and trainings which result in gainful employment in a multitude of careers, including natural resource and stewardship careers with tribes. Also, interns will participate in a multitude of traditional Anishinaabe cultural events and learn about the importance of treaty reserved rights to the Anishinaabe people and their history in preserving these rights. For more information and how to apply http://www.glifwc.org. Closing date 3/8/18.

• Unites States Dept. of Interior/Pipestone National Monument is accepting applications for Student Trainee Maintenance Worker. This position is for the summer, located at Pipestone National Monument, Minnesota approximately 8 miles from the South Dakota border, and 30 miles from the Iowa border. Performance of a variety of duties required in the routine operation, maintenance and minor repairs of buildings and related facilities, including roads and trails, landscaping and grounds care. Janitorial work to include daily cleaning of restrooms, public areas and offices including washing, stripping and waxing floors; vacuuming carpets and washing windows and mirrors. Minor carpentry repairs to building and structure components such as roofs, walls, ceilings, doors and windows. Use electrical power tools to cut, router and sand informational signs. Minor plumbing repairs include replacing washers, valves and water supply lines. Painting and preparing surfaces; both interior and exterior wood, plaster and concrete. Minor electrical repairs and use of welding and metal cutting equipment are also frequently performed. Assist in concrete repairs to walks, trails and brick or wood structures. Use of riding lawn mowers is a part of the grounds care duties. Must be able to operate standard transmission vehicles including 4 x 4 pickup and garden tractor mower. For more information and how to apply go to www.usajobs.gov. Announcement #: MW-1542-MWWO-18-10150072-DE. Closing date 3/9/18.

• NPTEC (Nez Perce Tribe Executive Committee) is soliciting letters of interest from all qualified individuals interested in filling the three (3), three (3) year vacant Nimiipuu Health Board positions. The term will be from, “upon selection”, through December 12, 2020. Applicants must meet the following criteria as set forth in the Nimiiuu Health Board’s By-laws:
• Background and experience in a health or business-related field and their commitment to improving the health of Indian people living on the Nez Perce Reservation
• Resident of the service area and either members of the Nez Perce Tribe of other IHS eligible population (Current Nimiipuu Health employees are not eligible)
• At least two (2) members will be health professionals or will hold advanced degrees in a related field. These members may be IHS eligible beneficiaries or non-Indians and are not required to reside in the service area
• Promise to abide by the Board’s By-Laws and the Policies and Procedures for Nimiipuu Health Board.
Please submit letters of interest to the attention of Rachel Edwards, NPTEC Support Staff, by the close of business on Friday, March 9, 2018. Letters received after the close of business on that date will not be considered.

• NPAIHB (Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board) is recruiting for: General Office Assistant (On-call). The Office Assistant will provide administrative and general support on scheduled short-term assignments or when the NPAIHB needs administrative support with short notice due to employee absence. This position will work on an as needed basis during regular office hours. The tasks may include staff support tasks at conferences and training sessions held off-site. For more information and how to apply go to www.npaihb.org. Closing date 3/16/18

• Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) is recruiting for two to three Fisheries Technician I and II positions. For more information and how to apply go to www.critfc.org/a>. Closing date 3/16/18.

• Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) is recruiting for: Senior Fishery Scientist-Habitat/Watershed Program Leader. For more information and how to apply go to http://www.critfc.org/blog/jobs/senior-fishery-scientist-habitatwatershed-program-leader/. Closing date 3/16/18..

• Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) is recruiting for: Fisheries Geneticist. For more information and how to apply go to http://www.critfc.org/blog/jobs/fisheries-geneticist-2/. Closing date 3/30/18.

• The University of Arizona is recruiting for: Associate/Full Professor, Indigenous Health (T/TE). Seeking a well-established independent investigator whose interests complement those of our Department and College. Candidates with interests and research portfolios in public health issues that affect indigenous populations locally, nationally, or globally will be considered. The faculty member for this position will be expected to work collaboratively with other university departments, state, tribal, and local health departments and health agencies, and national/international health organizations. Skill and content expertise areas in indigenous health are open. Competitive applicants must demonstrate academic credentials appropriate for the rank of associate/full professor (tenured or tenure earning), including a record of extramural funding and publications in peer-reviewed journals. In addition to maintaining a funded research program, the successful candidate will be expected to develop and teach graduate and/or undergraduate courses in indigenous health and to contribute to the research and service mission of the college. For more information and how to apply go to http://uacareers.com/postings/26912. Open Until Filled.

• AVISTA Corporation is recruiting for: Cyber Security Summer Student, and a Forester, Transmission System. For more information and how to apply go to www.avistacorp.com/careers. Closing dates vary with positions and locations.

• Gritman Medical Center (Moscow, ID.) is recruiting for: Classroom/Care Assistant. Provide care and educational programs with children ages 0-8. Assist with general operations of the child care program. Attend to children’s basic needs, assist in implementation of activities that stimulate the children’s physical, emotional, intellectual, and social growth. Assist children to explore their interest, develop skills and independence, build self-esteem, and learn how to get along with others. Assist in maintaining attractive, healthy surroundings, and ensure that classroom, equipment and materials are kept in good condition and free of safety hazards. Assist in the service of meals and/or snacks to children, assist in associated set-up and clean up activities. Assist with classroom activities, child care and preparation of materials as assigned. Communicate effectively with Lead Instructors and Care Providers, parents, and staff, record data for children as needed. Participate in staff meetings, in service training and professional development opportunities. Other responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications, Education, Training, & Experience: Preferred: study in Early Childhood, Special Education, Human Development or related field. Effective communication with children and adults; experience working with children. For more information and how to apply go to www.gritman.org/services-charlie-bear.html. Job ID# 2017-1560. Open Until Filled.

• Whitman County Human Resources is recruiting for: Seasonal Park Aide. This is responsible work assisting the Operations Coordinators in the maintenance of the county parks and other facili-ties. Maintenance activities will include light construction, trail repair, landscaping, restoration, and day-to-day park and facility maintenance (mowing, restroom cleanup, special projects). Maintain and care for equipment and hand tools; detect needed repairs and make simple adjustments to equip-ment. Work will be performed primarily at Kamiak Butte County Park, Klemgard County Park, Wa-wawai County Park, and the Bill Chipman Palouse Trail. For more information and how to apply go to www.whitmancounty.org. Open until filled.

• Lapwai School District is recruiting for the following: Music Teacher, HS Football Coach, Volleyball/Basketball Game Announcers, Secondary Math Teacher 6/12, Secondary Biological Science Teacher 6/12, Middle School Boys Basketball Coach, and Certified Teacher Substitutes. Application can be found on our website www.lapwai.org, or contact Connie Desjarlais at the District Office: (208) 843-2622 at extension 201. Positions are open until filled.

• Northwest Indian College (NWIC) is recruiting for: Custodian (F/T, 12 months), Financial Aid Program Assistant (F/T, 12 months), Traditional Plants Coordinator (F/T, 12 months), Tribal Governance and Business Management Faculty (F/T, 9 months), Tribal Governance and Business Management Faculty (P/T, Quarterly), Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation (TVR Institute Faculty (P/T), and a Chemical Dependency Faculty (/T, Quarterly). For more information and how to apply go to www.nwic.edu/jobs. Positions are open until filled.

• The Nez Perce Tribal Water Utility Board is accepting letters of interest to fill one (3) vacanciec on the Utility Board. The applicants must be 18 years of age or older and an enrolled Nez Perce Tribal member. Utility Board shall manage the water & sewer utilities of the Nez Perce Tribe, and serve as the advisory, administrative, and management oversight authority for the Utility Department. For more information and how to apply contact Jason Vangen at (208) 843-7368 or email Jason at jvangen@nezperce.org

. Open until filled.

• Pacific Cabinets, Inc. (PCI) is now hiring for a variety of production positions (on-going recruitment). We seek bright, energetic and meticulous individuals for our manufacturing production team. If you enjoy working in a team environment and would like to develop your talent and skills in a fast paced company; this position is for you! Starting wage DOE with opportunities for overtime. Medical, Dental and 401 (k) investment plan is available for our full-time employees. Pacific Cabinets, Inc. is looking for a long term commitment from you. Please email your resume to: lnida@pacificcabinets.com or hand deliver to 2010 Front Street, Ferdinand, ID. Phone number: (208) 962-5546.

• Alternative Nursing Services are hiring C.N.A.’s, and Attendant positions (on-going recruitment). Positions available in the Lapwai, Culdesac, and Winchester area. For more information and how to apply call (208) 746-3050 or 1-800-930-3050. Applications also available at 1827 8th St., Lewiston, ID. 83501.

• Couple of great website’s to look for employment in your area (On-going). Idaho Department of Labor:
 https://labor.idaho.gov/dnn/JobSeekers.aspx, and indeed.com at www.indeed.com.

• The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) is accepting application for various positions. To view positions, and how to apply go to www.ctuir.org.

 

 

 

 

 


 

NIMIIPUU HEALTH  _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Job Posting: March 5, 2018

Open only to qualified IN HOUSE

applicants
:

In compliance with the Nimiipuu Health Human Resource Manual: All vacancies will be advertised “IN HOUSE” for all regular employees and Nez Perce Tribal members for a minimum of two weekss.

RECEPTIONIST

(Salary/DOE/Full-Time/Lapwai) Receptionist [HR-18-11] High school diploma or equivalent, with one (1) year of documented related experience. Must have knowledge of health care office procedures, possess the ability to work independently, have excellent communications skills, both oral and written; also be computer literate. Must have the ability to handle conflict and crisis in a professional manner, thorough understanding of the importance of maintaining highest level of confidentiality and in compliance with the guidelines of HIPAA. Subject to a background check and pre-employment drug screening. Requires driver’s license and an insurable record. Must have a positive work history. Closes: 3/16/2018. Tribal Preference Appliess.

RE-ADVERTISED-TEMP TRANSPORTATION AIDE

(Salary/DOE/Temporary/Lapwai) Temp Transportation Aide [HR-18-02]. High school diploma or equivalent with related experience and/or training, prefer CNA. Must have or obtain CPR and first aid certification within three months of appointment. Must excellent communication skills, both oral and written, and possess a valid driver’s license with insurable record. Must have a positive work history. Closes 3/9/2018. Tribal Preference Applies

TEMPORARY RECEPTIONIST

(Salary/DOE/Temporary/Lapwai) Temp Receptionist [HR-18-09] High school diploma or equivalent, with one (1) year of documented related experience. Must have knowledge of health care office procedures, possess the ability to work independently, have excellent communications skills, both oral and written; also be computer literate. Must have the ability to handle conflict and crisis in a professional manner, thorough understanding of the importance of maintaining highest level of confidentiality and in compliance with the guidelines of HIPAA. Subject to a background check and pre-employment drug screening. Requires driver’s license and an insurable record. Must have a positive work history. Closes: 3/9/2018. Tribal Preference Applies.

 


OPEN TO ALL

QUALIFIED (GENERAL PUBLIC) FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

 

MEDICAL DIRECTOR

(Salary/DOE/Full-Time/Lapwai) Medical Director [HR-17-32] M.D. or D.O. with current certification in Family Practice or Internal Medicine. Must have completed an internship, be board certified with at least five (5) years of clinical experience. Must be licensed to practice medicine in Idaho, or able to attain State of Idaho license within one (1) year of appointment. Must have CPR, BLS, ACLS, and PALS certification, or become certified within six (6) months. Knowledge of history, culture and health needs of Native American communities preferred. Must possess the ability to work independently, have excellent manner, be computer literate and have good knowledge of EHR clinical software. Prefer completion of leadership training. Must be organized, requires ability to handle conflict and crisis in a professional manner. Must have excellent communications skills, both oral and written. Requires the ability to pass an extensive background check and pre-employment drug screening. Requires a valid driver’s license with insurable record. Must have a positive work history. Open Until Filled. Tribal Preference Applies.

RE-ADVERTISED-TEMPORARY CLINICAL NURSE II (RN)

(Salary/DOE/Temporary/Lapwai) Clinical Nurse II (RN) [HR-16-15] Must be an R.N., with current Idaho license. Prefer experience in acute care or ambulatory care setting. Prefer ACLS certification. Must have professional knowledge of and ability to apply nursing care principles, practices and procedures. Required to assess needs of a wide variety of medical, surgical, geriatric, obstetrics, gynecology and pediatric patients as well as knowledge of the normal course of diseases, anticipated complications and indicated therapeutic internvention. Must be able to work independently, handle conflict and crisis in a professional manner. Must be computer literate and have excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Subject to a background check and pre-employment drug screening. Requires valid driver’s license and an insurable record. Must have a positive work history. Open Until Filled. Tribal Preference Applies.

RE-ADVERTISED-DENTIST

(Salary/DOE/Full-Time/Lapwai) Dentist [HR-17-13] DDS/DMD degree from an American Dental Association accredited dental school,with two years of experience , preferably in general practice or completion of an AEGD or GPR program. Must have State licensure in good standing and obtain Idaho license within one year of appointment. Must maintain license. Must have excellent communications skills, both oral and written, and be computer literate. Requires the ability to pass an extensive background check and pre-employment drug screening. Requires a valid drivers license with insurable record. Must have a positive work history. Open Until Filled. Tribal Preference Applies.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

(Salary/DOE/Full-Time/Lapwai) Executive Director [HR-18-07] Requires Master’s Degree in Health or Business related field, five (5) years of experience at an Executive Director level, and two (2) years supervisory experience OR Bachelor degree in Health or Business related field with ten (10) years of related experience in a health care facility at Executive Director level with two (2) years supervisory experience in a health care facility. Must have knowledge/experience in fiscal management principles and evaluating organizational operations as they relate to policies, goals, objectives and mission. Working knowledge of the federal-tribal relationship is highly desirable. Must be adaptable. Must have excellent communications skills, both oral and written, ability to handle conflict and problem resolution in a professional manner, be computer literate and have a valid driver’s license with insurable record. Must be able to pass extensive background check, which requires credit check, fingerprinting and pre-employment drug screening. Open Until Filled . Tribal Preference Applies.

TEMPORARY DENTAL ASSISTANT

(Salary/DOE/Temporary/Lapwai) Temp Dental Assistant [HR-18-06] Requires a High School Diploma or GED and the ability to demonstrate clinical competency in dental radiography and infection control within the first six months of employment. One (1) year chair side assisting or successful completion of an approved course in the fundamentals of Dental Assisting preferred. Certification in Expanded Functions preferred. Must have excellent communications skills, both oral and written, and be computer literate. Knowledge of history, culture and health needs of Native American communities preferred. Must pass background check and pre-employment drug screening and have a valid Driver’s license with insurable record. Open Until Filled. Tribal Preference Applies.

TEMPORARY MID-LEVEL PROVIDERS (NP, PA-C)

(Salary/DOE/Temporary/Lapwai/Kamiah) Temp Mid-Level Provider [HR-18-08] Idaho licensed FNP or PA-C with DEA license obtained prior to employment. Incumbent must obtain Idaho license within one year of appointment. Must have BLS and obtain ACLS within six months of appointment, which must be kept current at all times. Must possess the ability to work independently, have excellent communication skills, both oral and written, ability to handle conflict and crisis in a professional manner, be computer literate and have the a valid driver’s license with insurable record. Must maintain current license and certification and be in good standing with all licensing authorities. Requires the ability to pass an extensive background check and pre-employment drug screening. Open Until Filled. Tribal Preference Applies.

 

REQUIREMENTS for a complete application: 

• ORIGINAL NMPH Application per position High School Diploma or equivalent, or college education degree or professional licenses held (a copy of diploma, current professional license or transcript must be submitted with application to be considered)
• Tribal ID/CIB must be submitted before Preference can be granted (If applicable)
• Immunization Up To Date Records: Hepatitis B, Measles (rubeola), and Rubella
• Nimiipuu Health is a drug free work environment: Pre-employment drug testing is required
• Applications must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date

NMPH JOB APPLICATION

-TRIBAL PREFERENCE WILL APPLY-
Nimiipuu Health ● HR Department ● P.O. Drawer 367 ● Lapwai, ID 83540
Incomplete applications will not be considered
For more details or to apply for a position (request application), please use the following contact information:
Email: _grouphr@nimiipuu.org / website: nimiipuuhealth.org/careers/
Tel: (208) 621-4950 ● Fax: (208) 843-9407

  

 

 

 

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Nez Perce Tribe Enterprises

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Posting 3/5/18

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