Prevention Specialist-Cochiti Pueblo
Plans, develops and coordinates ATODA prevention activities under the Behavioral Health Services Division/State Prevention Grant and other funding sources. Facilitates an Experiential Education Program
within the Five Sandoval Indian Pueblo communities, targeting the development of both Community Prevention Teams and Youth Prevention Programs. Collaborates with existing service providers, schools, tribal groups agencies and other organizations.
High School diploma or equivalent needed. Willing to obtain a certification as a Prevention Specialist-training will be provided.
Mental Health Therapist
Behavioral Health Services
Provides mental health counseling and therapy treatment services to individuals, couples, families, and groups with the FSIP tribal communities and local community.. Provides Substance Abuse Education and other Mental Health Support groups as needed. Completes written Psycho-Social, Mental Health assessments for individual clients for client admission. Provides out-patient mental health counseling to communities of Zia, Santa Ana, Cochiti Pueblos, and other sites as appropriate.
LCSW/LMSW in Social Work or LPCC/LMHC in Counseling, with a minimum of two years experience in out-patient Mental Health/Alcohol/Drug Treatment Systems. Experience in a variety of psychotherapeutic treatment models involving individuals, families and groups in a Behavioral Health Setting. Prefer experience working with Native American population.
Under general supervision of the Behavioral Services Director, provides supervision and oversight to the behavioral health clinicians as well as consultation to ensure that best practices are followed in regards to review and referral for mental status assessments, medication, crisis intervention and time-limited counseling for adults, children and their families.
MA in Counseling or Social Work wit Independent Licensing. Substance Abuse Certification preferred; and 5 years or more years behavioral health experience with knowledge of practices, assessments, service plans, court collaboration, documentation and reporting experience.
Takes responsibility for the development of a case management plan based on a clinical case assessment for each client admitted to the program. Maintains ongoing case management planning and implementation for each client, evaluates all quarterly treatment reviews and plan revisions through a formal review system and provides regular case consultation.
BA/BS degree in Health and Human Services, along with 3 years experience with tribal Behavioral Health programs.
Contract and Grants Specialist
Under general supervision of Fiscal Officer, monitors the financial and budget activities of all program contract and grants through the maintenance and control of financial records.
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field, plus experience in grants and contracts management.
HOW TO APPLY
Submit a Five Sandoval Employee Application and/or Resume to:
Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Preference is given to qualified Native Americans.
Human Resources Department
Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos, Inc.
4321 Fulcrum Way NE, Suite B
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
Central office: 505-867-3351
A complete description of job duties and qualifications is available upon request.