Due to the COVID-19 situation, the Center has closed as of June 29th, 2020, and tentatively will open September 2020, date TBD.

We continue to provide telework services during the Center’s closure.

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EMPLOYMENT

Application

Please print, fill, scan, and send the application to eybarra@ticenter.org

Available Positions

Native Connections Project Coordinator

Salary: Grade 25 - Non-exempt (DOE)

Status: Probationary/Full-Time

Hrs/WK: (40) Forty Hours

Department: Wellness

Job Location: Tucson, Arizona

Nature of Work:
Embraces and Embodies the Identity Document's Mission, Purpose, and Vision Statements; Core Values; Guiding Principles, and Strategic Goals. Responsible for coordination, implementation, and performance measurements of the Native Connections Program (NCP)'s goals, objectives, and activities, which focus on preventing suicide and substance misuse, reducing the impact of trauma, and promoting mental health among American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth through the ages of 24 years. Under the direction of the Wellness Director, coordinates the Native Connections Program (NCP) and program contributors in planning, implementation, and evaluation of program deliverables. 

For more details on the position and to download an application, please see the PDF below

Case Manager/Community Outreach Specialist

Salary: Grade 24 – Non-exempt DOE

Status: Probationary/Permanent, Full-Time

Hrs/WK: (40) Forty Hours

Department: Social Service

Job Location: Tucson, Arizona

Nature of Work:
The incumbent is responsible for completing Case Manager functions, job training, outreach, referrals, intake, individual employment plan (IEP), assessment, and eligibility for the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA), Native American Employment Policy (NAEP) and Federal Emergency Management Agency Grant Programs at the center. The incumbent is responsible for community outreach, client and employer recruitment, quality job referrals, development and completion of training and credentialing-education 1:1 client service support. The incumbent is responsible for work experience, on the job training (OJT), eligible client screening for the emergency financial rental/mortgage, utility assistance, and complete all internal and external required reports and quarterly reports to all stakeholder goals.

For more details on the position and to download an application, please see the PDF below

Operation Department Administration Assistant

Salary: Grade 22 Non-exempt ($10.58 - $17.66) DOE

Status: Probationary/Permanent, Full Time

Hrs/WK: (40) Forty Hours

Department: Administration

Job Location: Tucson, Arizona

Nature of Work:
Front Office: Greets, screens and routes visitors; answers and directs telephone calls; provides community resource referrals; lobby coverage and oversight during after hour activities; oversees mail system; and other duties as assigned. 50% of job duties and responsibilities. Back Office: conducts periodic building compliance and safety inspections and takes corrective action for resolution; reviews and maintains human resource files for accuracy, compliance and updates; client distribution, date entry and report submission for Food & Diaper Programs, Holiday Food Boxes, Toys for Toys; and maintains accurate logs and records for each program as well as other duties as assigned. 50% of job duties and responsibilities. Works under the direct supervision of the Operations Director.

For more details on the position and to download an application, please see the PDF below


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