Career Opportunities If you’ve registered with us previously, please login now. If you’d like to register, please click the ‘Register’ link below.Username: Password: Register | Forgot your password?Related CategoriesCase Management Title Residential Services Case Manager Bi-lingual English/Spanish required Categories Case Management Location Phoenix, AZ Job Information Residential Services Case Manager (BSW/MSW) Bi-lingual English/Spanish required Job Summary Provides safety, support and resources for individuals and families through case management within the framework of a variety programs and a focus on addressing trauma related to domestic violence. Engages with residents in one-on-one case management sessions, assisting residents in identifying and addressing individualized needs, offering resources and education. Essential Functions Recognizes and effectively responds to impacts of domestic violence and other trauma utilizing appropriate assessments and evidence-based practices. Engages crisis shelter and transitional residents in the collaborative process of identifying, planning, accessing and advocating for resources, supports, and services to address the impacts of trauma experienced. Forms relationships with staff and residents, maintaining professional boundaries, while strengthening the developmental problem-solving and coping capacities of residents. Utilizing a social-ecological framework and working collaboratively as a team, links residents with systems that provide supportive resources, services and opportunities. Provides support within the scope of the cultures of the individuals and families served, which may include coordination and collaboration with the Crisis Shelter, Children & Youth Services Program, Lay Legal program, Outreach program, Pet Shelter, Human Trafficking Program, and Transitional Housing program. Coordinates, monitors, and evaluates resident progress utilizing a strength-based approach. This may include monitoring residents’ self-administration of medications. Identifies, adapts, and responds to crisis events, applying crisis intervention and prevention techniques and implementing culturally competent practices. Provides on-going casework counseling to women and children, providing information and resources to address the long-term and short-term impacts of domestic violence and/or trafficking on themselves and children. Provides clear, concise, and consistent documentation in accordance with established guidelines and aligned with Quality Assurance policies and procedures. Provides psychoeducation by facilitating classes and support groups, may include facilitating and/or implementing therapeutic services as needed. Education, Experience, and Other Requirements Bachelor’s degree in social work and two (2) years’ experience in social services, including case management required; Master’s in Social Work strongly preferred and experience/knowledge in domestic violence and trafficking service provision. Ability to obtain a Level I Fingerprint Clearance Card, CPR and First Aid certification. Valid Arizona Driver License, proof of automobile insurance and Motor Vehicle Record acceptable to Sojourner Center’s insurance company. Bi-lingual Spanish-English required. Rate of Pay: $17.31 – $19.24 (depending on education) Additional 5% bi-lingual differential upon passing the bi-lingual assessment Apply via this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=sojournerc Apply Now Title Maintenance Technician Location Phoenix, AZ Job Information Maintenance Technician To apply click here Job Summary Performs professional building maintenance tasks and repairs on all Sojourner campuses (e.g. carpentry; electrical; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), plumbing, general cleaning) under minimal supervision. Establishes and maintains working relationships with persons contacted in the course of performing assigned duties. Essential Functions Inspects facility and equipment for hazards to determine functional systems, detect malfunctions, needed repair and seeks remedies. Performs minor electrical maintenance to include but not be limited to replacement or repair of HVAC, and fixtures (e.g. wall switches and outlets, incandescent and fluorescent bulbs and tubes, ballast, sockets, fuses, appliances, cords, etc.) using appropriate hand, power and specialty tools. Performs minor plumbing maintenance (e.g. replacement or repair of leaks in drains and faucets, unclogging of drains, trenching and laying new lines, replacing drain hoses on washers and similar devices). Performs painting, carpentry and masonry work (e.g. preparing surfaces and using brush, sprayer, or roller to apply paints, stains, and varnishes, hanging doors, fitting locks and handles, etc.) using appropriate hand, power and specialty tools. Reconfigures, installs, positions, and remounts modular offices and space (e.g. furniture, wall panels, work surfaces, storage bins, lighting, file cabinets, etc.) to accommodate user needs and maximize office space using various hand, power and specialty tools, dollies and hand trucks. Prepares the surfaces and paints various structures and equipment (e.g. walls, refrigerators, evaporative coolers, floors, roofs, doors, restroom facilities, etc.) to preserve wood and metal parts from corrosion and maintain a safe, comfortable working environment using various painting equipment and related tools (e.g. sprayers, rollers, brushes, thinners, etc.). Paints, maintains playground and performs preventative maintenance tasks in a timely and thorough manner on all the various campuses; helps with event set up and pick up. Reports daily activities in writing and verbally as requested; uses computerized work order system as required for work assignments. Maintains effective communication with direct supervisor as well as with the other departments. Safety is our number one priority. Makes sure all doors are locked, water faucets are shut off, and common areas have no spills or hazards present, including, but not limited to broken chairs/windows. With supervisor approval, orders parts, picks up materials from vendors to perform work as assigned, driving agency or own vehicle, including large vehicle/truck. Competencies (Knowledge, skills, and abilities) To perform the essential functions of this job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies: Problem solving—the individual identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner and gathers and analyzes information skillfully. Interpersonal skills—the individual maintains confidentiality, remains open to others’ ideas and exhibits willingness to try new things; works as team with other Sojourner Center staff; ability to maintain positive interactions and working relationships with business associates, donors, staff and participants. Customer service—the individual provides quality support to participants, staff and others. Oral communication—the individual speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations, follows verbal instructions; able to use telephone for communication. Written communication—the individual is able to read and interpret written information and follows written instructions. Planning/organizing—the individual prioritizes and plans work activities, uses time efficiently and develops realistic action plans. Computer skills – the individual demonstrates basic knowledge of computer applications, keyboarding, including Microsoft Outlook and Word. Performance quality—the individual demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness and monitors own work. Adaptability/flexibility—the individual adapts to changes in the work environment, manages competing demands and is able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events. Dependability—the individual is consistently at work and on time, follows instructions, responds to management direction and solicits feedback to improve performance. Safety and security—the individual actively promotes and personally observes safety and security procedures, and uses specialized equipment and materials properly; respects participants’ privacy by not entering participants rooms unannounced or unaccompanied. Education, Experience, and Other Requirements S. Diploma or G.E.D. 2 year experience demonstrating general repair, PM and maintenance skills; working knowledge of electrical, carpentry, mechanical, plumbing, and safety procedures in the building trades. Ability to obtain a Level I Fingerprint Clearance Card. Valid Arizona Driver License, proof of automobile insurance and Motor Vehicle Record acceptable to Sojourner Center’s insurance company. Physical Factors/Working Conditions Must be able to lift heavy objects (minimum of 50 pounds) and safely work on ladders and roofs, and have the mobility required to perform assigned maintenance tasks. Able to access and work in confined spaces such as the attic; exposure to various cleaning substances/chemicals. Some travel between work locations required; work days/hours may change, depending on needs. Must be able to stand, walk, and kneel for long periods of time. Must be able to use appropriate hand, power and specialty tools. Other Duties May perform custodian duties on a regular basis: picks up trash, sweeps floors, cleans toilets and sinks, as well as restocking paper towels and toilet tissue. Assures the orderly cleaning of facilities. Performs other duties as assigned. To apply click here Apply Now Title Registered Nurse Location Fort Defiance, AZ Job Information REGISTERED NURSE (FAMILY ADVOCACY) The Tse’hootsooi Family Advocacy Center (FAC) located in the Tse’hootsooi’ Medical Center (TMC) in Fort Defiance is looking for a registered nurse. The FAC is a new program at TMC and provides emergency and scheduled medical services to survivors of child sexual abuse and sexual assault. The nurse who applies for the position must be a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) or be willing to become SANE-A and SANE-P trained and certified while on the job. The position requires the nurse to be on-call after an appropriate period of training and supervision. The position is open until filled. The application can be found at www.fdihb.org under the Careers tab-Apply Now, keyword “nurse”, Registered Nurse (Family Advocacy) Division: Medical Reports to (title): Director of Family Advocacy Department: Family Advocacy Job Location: Tséhootsooí Medical Center Supervises: No Salary Range: $29.20-$36.50/hourly Classification: Non-Exempt Hours/week: 40 hours/week; plus on-call-standby after hours, weekends and holidays Effective Date: April 29, 2016 Type of Position: Regular Full-time Revised Date: June 23, 2016 PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS In performance of their respective tasks and duties all employees of the Fort Defiance Indian Hospital Board, Inc. (FDIHB) are expected to conform to the following: Uphold all principles of confidentiality and patient care to the fullest extent. Adhere to all professional and ethical behavior standards of the healthcare industry. Interact in an honest, trustworthy and dependable manner with patients, employees and vendors. Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity. Maintain a current insurable driver’s license. POSITION PURPOSE This Registered Nurse position is located in the Family Advocacy Department of the Tséhootsooí Medical Center. The incumbent will provide a range of nursing care on a scheduled and emergency basis for patients of all age groups and their families/caretakers who have been affected by child sexual abuse and sexual assault. The Registered Nurse performs a variety of nursing care procedures requiring professional knowledge and skills in the triage, medical evaluation, forensic evidence collection and the reporting requirements when concerns of sexual abuse/assault arise. On the job training is provided. ESSENTIAL DUTIES, FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES As a member of the Family Advocacy Center team, the nurse provides comprehensive professional nursing duties for the care of patients and their families/caretakers who present for evaluation with concerns of sexual abuse or sexual assault. This position does require on-call responsibilities to perform triage of emergency phone calls and if appropriate, the nurse will return to TMC to provide emergency medical evaluations and forensic evidence collection in rotation with other nurses and providers on weekends, nights and holidays. When on call for triage and emergencies, after an appropriate training period, the nurse will function independently. The nurse is expected to be self-reliant, exercise excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills and accountability is at maximum. Makes appointments for patients and follows the medical protocol for the scheduling of emergency and scheduled medical evaluations for child sexual abuse and sexual assault. Obtains the appropriate information during the intake process and complies with reporting requirements for sexual abuse and sexual assault to law enforcement and social service agencies. Consults with investigative, legal, and treatment agencies and individuals in relation to confidential medical information and records with consideration to the rights of legal guardians and individual patients. Obtains history from patients and family members during screening and consults as needed with team members to determine level of care and services indicated. Independently obtains, prepares and provides relevant clinical information to outside physicians, referral agencies, tribal social services, law enforcement and community social service agencies for their use in reaching decisions and putting into place interventions. Obtains and records weight, temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiration data, oxygen saturation, etc. as appropriate to the provision of care. Performs peri-care, cleans wounds and applies sterile dressings, and performs phlebotomy as needed. Performs specialized nursing procedures related to the needs of sexual abused/assaulted children, adolescents, and adults. Prepares the exam room and necessary equipment. Assists the physician during examinations and treatments. Prepares patients and caretakers/families for tests, exams and treatment, obtains consent for the evaluation, photo documentation and laboratory tests. Assumes responsibility for maintenance of exam room preparation and supplies, forensic evidence collection equipment and supplies, aseptic technique and adequacy of supplies. Assesses and treats minor health problems, provides medication, hypodermic injections and vaccinations, and obtains laboratory tests as prescribed and according to standing orders. Maintains written and electronic logs of clinical activities and functions such as chain of custody for evidence collected, triage and follow-up visit logs, clinic schedule and calendar, and other related duties of the FAC clinical service. Generates health records by documenting nursing interventions and evaluations, SANE evaluations, forensic and therapeutic measures taken. Guards and maintains the confidentiality of patient medical records, observes the protocol for giving out information by phone or in person. Follows up on patient referrals and coordinates the provision of services at the Family Advocacy Center with community agencies and professionals such as social services, law enforcement, and behavioral health personnel to assure timely and effective care for patients and their families. Coordinates health care needs through making referrals to other specialty clinics and community resources. Provides advice and guidance to patients and their caretakers suffering from the behavioral, psychological, developmental, intellectual, and emotional after effects of sexual abuse/assault. Conducts and offers suggestions on performance improvement projects for themselves and the Family Advocacy Center. Prepares and participates in reports, audits and other evaluation tools as required to assess the effectiveness of their work and the Family Advocacy Center as necessary to meet the requirements of funding agencies. Participates actively in program planning to raise the quality of care and safety of a vulnerable patient population by the development and maintenance of public understanding and sound working relationships with local agencies and community resources. Maintains professional knowledge and proficiency in nursing and expertise in SANE duties, quality assurance and performance improvement through continuing education, outside conferences, trainings and workshops. Assumes responsibility of mandatory training requirements. Attends FAC staff meetings as well as multi-disciplinary and community meetings as appropriate to the duties of the FAC nurse or to serve as the representative of the FAC. Must be willing to become cross-trained on the duties of the other members of the FAC team. Performs other duties as assigned. A record of satisfactory performance in all prior and current employment as evidenced by positive employment references from previous and current employers. A satisfactory response to two of three scenario based interview questions. MINIMUM MANDATORY QUALIFICATIONS Experience: Must have clinical experience in a nursing education program that provided instruction and supervision in the acquisition of basic nursing skills and knowledge applicable to the position. Must have three (3) years of general nursing experience which allows for the acquisition of skills and knowledge applicable to this position. Education: Associates Degree in Nursing with Valid/Unrestricted RN License without lapse in licensure BLS and PALS certification. Must participate in Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) training to become Pediatric/Adult/Adolescent certified and maintain certification. Mandatory Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Qualifications: This position requires the ability to make administrative and procedural decisions and judgments on sensitive, confidential issues. Knowledge of patient evaluation and triage procedures and clinical operations and processes which includes the consideration of the physical, spiritual and psycho/socio-cultural aspects of a patient’s needs. The successful candidate must possess a non-judgmental attitude and ability to empathize with diverse ethnic and cultural populations as well as being comfortable with high degree of autonomy while collaborating with team members maintaining a team approach and environment. Knowledge and compassion for the behavior and responses of children, adolescents and adults and their caretakers in crisis and requiring medical attention. Exercises emotional control, tact, patience, and reliability in carrying out their responsibilities in the provision of care. Skills that demonstrate excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication abilities to be used in triaging and advising caretakers and families. Maintains a high professional standard in their work with patients and their families and when collaborating with professionals in law enforcement, social services and other individuals and agencies regarding the patient being evaluated. Is able to communicate professional interest, encouragement, support and offer education to families and caretakers in crisis or dealing with trauma of their loved ones. Knowledge of the appropriate procedures and standards for the administration of medications, their desired effects, side effects and complications. Knowledge and skill in operating specialized medical equipment, such as cardiac monitors, ECG’s, defibrillators, monitoring devices, etc. Familiar with or must be willing to learn to use a colposcope in the evaluation of sexual abuse/assault. Knowledge or must be willing to learn about the confidentiality of medical records generated as a result of medical and forensic care of patients seen at the FAC with consideration to the rights of legal guardians and individual patients. Ability to or willing to learn how to accurately and completely document clinical and forensic data relating to patient care as a result of sexual abuse/assault and follow the principles of chain of custody of forensic evidence collected during a medical evaluation. Ability to recognize adverse signs and symptoms which are not always apparent and to act promptly in emergency situations including the implementation of life saving measures. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN) Bilingual skills in English and the Navajo language Experience in working with child and adolescent populations. Knowledge of child and adolescent psycho-social and behavioral development. Experience and knowledge of the professional nursing principles, practices and procedures required to provide care to children, adolescents, adults and persons with intellectual and/or physical disabilities with concerns related to sexual abuse/assault. Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) with Pediatric/Adult/Adolescent certification. Experience working in a multi-disciplinary team. Experience with the interface between the medical evaluation for sexual abuse/assault and the investigations of social service and law enforcement agencies. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the primary functions of this job. Normal office conditions exist, and the noise level in the work environment can vary from low to moderate. Limited overnight travel may be required from time to time. Physical demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the primary functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to frequently stand, walk, sit, bend, twist, talk and hear. There may be prolonged periods of sitting, keyboarding, reading, as well as driving or riding in transport vehicles. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include reading, distance, computer, and color vision. Talking and hearing are essential to communicate with patients, vendors and staff. Mental demands: There are a number of deadlines associated with this position. The employee must also multi-task and interact with a wider variety of people on various and, at times, complicated issues. NAVAJO/INDIAN PREFERENCE FDIHB, Inc. is located within the Navajo Nation and, in accordance with Navajo Nation law, has implemented a Navajo/Indian Preference in Employment Policy. Pursuant to this Policy, applicants who meet the minimum qualifications for this position and who are enrolled members of the Navajo Nation will be given primary preference in hiring and employment for this position and members of other federally-recognized Indian tribes will be given secondary preference. Other candidates will be considered only after all candidates entitled to primary or secondary preference have been fully considered. OTHER All employees must uphold all principles of confidentiality and patient care to the fullest extent. This position has access to sensitive information and a breach of these principles will be grounds for immediate termination. The Tse’hootsooi Family Advocacy Center (FAC) located in the Tse’hootsooi’ Medical Center (TMC) in Fort Defiance is looking for a registered nurse. The FAC is a new program at TMC and provides emergency and scheduled medical services to survivors of child sexual abuse and sexual assault. The nurse who applies for the position must be a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) or be willing to become SANE-A and SANE-P trained and certified while on the job. The position requires the nurse to be on-call after an appropriate period of training and supervision. The position is open until filled. The application can be found at www.fdihb.org under the Careers tab-Apply Now, keyword “nurse”, Registered Nurse (Family Advocacy) Apply Now Jobs 1-3 of 14 Page 2 This job listing was created using Job Manager for WordPress, by Tom Townsend.