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Sandi Parkes sandi.parkes at csbs.utah.edu
Mon Apr 5 11:55:44 MDT 2004


  Utah Domestic Violence Council - Domestic Violence Training Coordinator

Posted: April 1, 2004

PURPOSE: Provide training coordination in the area of domestic violence 
including establishment of relationships with training entities, 
maintaining a statewide domestic violence training calendar (by 
discipline/population), staff the UDVC Training Committee, perform 
ongoing development and maintenance of the UDVC web site for computer 
based training, coordinate domestic violence training with DV 
Coordinators statewide and represent UDVC as the contact person for DV 
training in Utah.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

   1. COLLABORATION/COORDINATION
          * Identify and create collaborative relationships with
            entities currently providing domestic violence training in Utah
          * Identify and create collaborative relationships with
            entities who provide services for individuals impacted by
            domestic violence and who may benefit from or participate in
            domestic violence trainings within their communities
          * Work closely with UDVC committees to ensure that the
            training needs for the various disciplines are being addressed
          * Partner with and observe existing trainings for content,
            quality and feedback purposes
          * Develop, present and evaluate curriculum as identified by
            the UDVC Training Committee
   2. STAFF UDVC TRAINING COMMITTEE
          * Needs Assessment
            Work with the UDVC Training Committee to identify domestic
            violence training needs to include: unmet needs, ongoing
            needs and gaps in domestic violence training in Utah
          * Strategy Development
            Work with the UDVC Training Committee to develop strategies
            for meeting identified training needs in Utah

Minimum Requirements:

    * Bachelor's Degree and/or four years of experience in training and
      coordination
    * Experience in curriculum development
    * Five years of domestic violence issue work preferred
    * Fluent in English and one other language preferred
    * Competent organizational skills
    * Competent computer skills to include familiarity with web site
      development/maintenance, EXCEL, PowerPoint, and Publisher
    * Must possess a valid driver's license
    * This position will require travel

Salary range: $12.00 - $16.00 per hour plus benefits-part time position, 
25 hours a week
Closing date: April 14, 2004

To Apply:
Send a letter of interest and resume to:
Judy Kasten Bell, Executive Director
UDVC
320 West 200 South, Suite 270 B
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
FAX 801-521-5548 or email to jkbell at udvac.org <mailto:jkbell at udvac.org>

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Indian Walk-in Center - Community Health Nurse Manager

Posted: April 1, 2004

This is a 30 hour exempt position.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    * Promote the Center's Mission to aid and assist American Indian
      people; promote and provide health and behavioral health services;
      strengthen families and community with respect to cultural values
      and heritage
    * Prioritize patient needs and develop a plan to address identified
      needs by implementing a client intake process to collect
      information for assessment purposes, and to determine outpatient
      treatment plans based upon medical assessments
    * Provide case management services in collaboration with IWIC Health
      Program team members, direct service providers, and referral
      agencies in order to ensure the patient's well being
    * Provide culturally sensitive case management services to American
      Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) populations
    * Provide preventative and other appropriate health related education
    * Refer clients to appropriate community services
    * Assist other team members in the performance of their assignments
      to include acting as a resource with staff regarding the intake,
      referral and treatment processes, including direct involvement
      with the daily operations of the IWIC Health Programs
    * Provide ongoing assistance, follow-up and support to patients
      throughout the process of meeting patient needs
    * As directed, represent the agency at community resource meetings
      which includes coordinating and promoting communication among
      various providers, subcontractors, partner agencies and other
      community organizations
    * Provide accurate and timely documentation of services, including
      oversight of data collection and preparation of reports
    * Participate in quality assurance activities to include identifying
      the educational and staff development needs of the Health Program
      staff
    * Work closely with Health Director regarding daily operations to
      ensure on-going development of health services according to client
      needs
    * Accept new responsibilities and duties as directed by the
      Health/Behavioral Health Director, and/or the Executive Director

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:

    * Registered Nurse with a minimum three years experience
    * Minimum of two years experience working in community clinics,
      public health facilities or equivalent
    * Must possess current Registered Nursing License with the State of
      Utah
    * Must be sensitive to and familiar with the health care, cultural,
      and current issues specific to AI/AN clients, including the
      special needs of low income and disenfranchised urban Indian
      populations
    * Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) is preferred; otherwise, upon
      hiring, it is expected that a CDE will be obtained as a short-term
      (priority) performance objective
    * Current certification in Basic Life Support Certificate (BLS/CPR).
      Certification in Advanced
    * Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) is preferred
    * Ability to work as a team with coordinators, supervisors, and
      other staff members
    * Possess excellent interpersonal communication skills
    * Ability to handle stressful situations and resolve problematic
      situations
    * Experience and familiarity with federal grant and contract
      compliance and reporting preferred
    * Direct experience working with AI/AN individuals and families is
      highly desirable
    * Must complete a thorough Criminal Background Check
    * Current valid Utah driver's license

STARTING SALARY RANGE: $35,000 to $42,000 plus an excellent benefits package

PLEASE SUBMIT APPLICATION & RESUME TO:
Human Resource Director
Indian Walk-in Center
120 West 1300 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Or, send email to: hriwic at xmission.com

This position is an Exempt position with compensation dependent upon 
qualifications. Under the Indian Hiring Preference Act, the Indian 
Walk-In Center gives preference to qualified American Indian/Alaskan 
Native applicants.

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