Epidemiologist III

Epidemiologist III

The Epidemiologist III effectively provides American Indian Tribes in Arizona, Nevada, and Utah with senior level epidemiologic expertise regarding Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), Hepatitis C virus (HCV), behavioral health and substance abuse data collection, analysis, interpretation, quality improvement, dissemination, and disease prevention and control. The Epidemiologist III will serve as the lead for the “Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE)” project providing training and technical assistance to support Tribal projects. Timely attendance to work and work-related events is an essential function of this position.

Certification Specialist

Certification Specialist

TWS Certification Specialist will coordinate and facilitate individual water and wastewater systems training and certification examination events, as assigned, and process applications for new Tribal certification and renewal of existing Tribal certification. Position requires monthly travel. Timely and regular attendance to work and events is an essential function of this position.

Civic Engagement Specialist

Civic Engagement Specialist

The Civic Engagement Specialist will collect voter registration forms in non-partisan, non-tribal elections for the 2020 election cycle. This position will require extensive travel throughout tribal communities in Arizona. Attending events on nights and weekends will be required. Timely and regular attendance to work and work-related events is an essential function of this position. This position is a grant-funded position and is contingent on the continuation and availability of funding support.

Experienced 5-7 Years Building Repair Worker

Experienced 5-7 Years Building Repair Worker

Under the general supervision of the Accounting Director, the Building Repair Worker is responsible for performing a variety of tasks, including painting, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, preventive maintenance, operates hand and power driven equipment, various janitorial duties and repair of buildings and grounds in assigned area(s) with minimal supervision. Timely and regular attendance to work and work related events is an essential function of this position.

Epidemiologist II

Epidemiologist II

Under the general supervision of the Epidemiologist III at ITCA, Inc. the Epidemiologist II effectively provides American Indian Tribes in Arizona, Nevada, and Utah with epidemiologic expertise regarding behavioral health and substance abuse, including opioids, data collection, analysis, interpretation, quality improvement, dissemination, and disease prevention and control. The Epidemiologist will serve as the lead for the TEC Opioid Program providing training and technical assistance to support Tribal projects. Timely and regular attendance to work and work-related events is an essential function of this position.

Employment Application

Employment Application

For more information, contact:
Ruby Santa Cruz, HR Manager
ruby.santacruz@itcaonline.com

Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. is An Equal Opportunity Employer and A Drug-Free Workplace

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