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

Health Services Director

Salary: Exempt; DOE

Status: Temporary; grant-funded through 9/30/2021, Full-Time

Hrs/WK: Forty (40)

Department: Health

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 health services leadership to the Executive Director, Management Team, and Board of Directors as appropriate; for the efficient operation of the Tucson Indian Center medical clinic and medical administrative services. Coordinates all health service functions of the organization and departments including, but not limited to, program development, program planning, budgeting, public relations, grant writing, staff training and alignment, and performance analysis. Ensures health services policies and grant procedures conform to contractual terms, conditions, and deliverables. Adopts best practices to achieve the highest level of effectiveness and efficiency. Safeguards grant/contract historical outstanding performance and financial and non-financial resources and assets of the Department. Creates and sustains performance checks and balances for monitoring and evaluation of all aspects of the Department. Other duties as assigned. Serves under the general supervision of the Executive Director.

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

Administrative Support Resource Clerk

Salary: Grade 24 Non-exempt ($12.73 - $22.53) DOE

Status: Probationary/Permanent, Full Time

Hrs./WK: 40

Department: Administration

Job Location: Tucson, Arizona

Nature of Work:
The incumbent will be responsible for providing backup for Administration Support Resources Coordinator; answering incoming calls on a multiple line phone system. Provide information as requested for referral of services to callers and visitors, greet visitors, and directs them to appropriate staff. As needed provides administrative support clerical functions to the Administration/H.R. Department. Assesses callers' concerns and complaints and routes them to the appropriate staff. Additionally, provides the coordination of safety/monitoring of after-hour program activities. Also ensures client/participant access to the Center/ Lobby at the start and end of all after-hour activities.


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