Details for Yavapai Apache Nation - Ad from 2019-07-14

The Yavapai-Apache Nation in Camp Verde, AZ is hiring for the following positions: We offer an excellent benefit package that includes, Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K and many paid holidays. BehAVioral heAlTh CliNiCiAN The Behavioral Health Clinician is responsible for the management and coordination of the administrative operation of behavior health by creating, planning, developing, and providing a comprehensive and coordinated behavioral health program. MiNiMuM QuAlifiCATioNs: • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university in Behavioral Health field. • Must be licensed and in good standing with State Behavioral Health Board. Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Marriage & Family Counselor (LMFT) is preferred. • Must adhere to ethical codes and standards and complete continuing education requirements. • Five (5) years of experience in developing and administrative behavioral health programs which will include Children, Adolescents, Adults, and Families. • Knowledge of behavioral health administrative and organized structure, functions, objectives, policies, and procedures. • Knowledge of developing a treatment plan for all patients with depression, anxiety, conflict, child-parent problems, psychotherapy to cope with grief, and other psychological problems. Pay rate: $55, 265.60 annually To apply for this position and receive a full job description, please contact the human resources office at or 928-567-1062 no later than August 2, 2019. ProseCuTor ii The Prosecutor investigates, evaluates and prosecutes juveniles and adults accused of violating the criminal laws of the Yavapai-Apache Nation. The Prosecutor also represents the Nation in dependency and neglect proceedings, including Indian Child Welfare proceedings, before tribal and state courts. The Prosecutor will perform the duties and responsibilities of the position in an ethical manner and assure that justice is upheld according to the laws and custom of the Yavapai-Apache Nation. MiNiMuM QuAlifiCATioNs: • Must possess a Law Degree from an ABA accredited law school within 4 months. • Must be licensed to practice law in Arizona and in good standing within 1 year. • Relevant experience in Criminal Law (at least three years of prosecution or defense experience in tribal, federal or state courts) preferred. • High level of written and oral communication skills and superior ability to advocate and persuade – self-edited writing sample required from all applicants. • Strong investigative skills, instincts and techniques • Superior organizational skills and ability to handle significant number of active matters simultaneously • Well-developed interpersonal skills and ability to work in a supportive and professional matter with other attorneys, support staff and partnering agencies • Enthusiasm for the law and for public service • Comfortable interviewing and working with victims of crime, including individuals who have experienced trauma, are in crisis, or who struggle with mental illness and/or substance abuse or addiction • Ability to interact constructively with individuals in highly emotional and adversarial situations • Responsible for Court coverage and other duties as assigned by the Chief Prosecutor • Comfortable speaking in public, to judges or juries, and with various segments of the public • Thorough knowledge of the rules of evidence, Constitutional law and Criminal law and Procedure and ability to competently apply those rules • Ability to exercise independent judgment and to handle unexpected problems efficiently • Strong work ethic • Outgoing, compassionate and helpful personality • Excellent references from individuals with substantial personal knowledge of applicant’s legal abilities (not related to applicant) • Must possess a valid state-issued driver’s license and be insurable with the Nation’s insurance carrier, and maintain insurability of the same. Pay rate: Doe To apply for this position and receive a full job description, please contact the human resources office at or 928-567-1062 no later than August 2, 2019. regisTereD Nurse The duty of the Registered Nurse is to promote health, prevent disease and help patients cope with illness. The Registered Nurse is an advocate and health educator for patients, families and the community. When providing direct patient care, the Registered Nurse observes, assesses and records symptoms, reactions and progress in the patients; assists physicians during surgeries, treatments and examinations, and administers medication. The Registered Nurse may also develop and manage nursing care plans, instruct patients and their families toward proper care and help individuals/groups to take steps to improve or maintain their health. While state laws govern the tasks that Registered Nurses may perform it is usually the work setting that determines their daily job duties. MiNiMuM QuAlifiCATioNs: • A Bachelors Degree in Nursing is required • Must be licensed by the Arizona State Board of Nursing; Current certification to be maintained throughout employment. • Must have two (2) years of direct patient care experience. • Experience working in an outpatient setting – Family Medicine preferred (dealing with both adults & children). • Must have evidence of continuing education to maintain any required Certification/License and update knowledge and skills • Must have a valid Arizona Driver’s License and be insurable with the Nation’s auto insurance policy and sustain insurability throughout the duration of employment. Pay rate: Doe To apply for this position and receive a full job description, please contact the human resources office at or 928-567-1062 no later than August 2, 2019. CoMPliANCe AgeNT –TriBAl gAMiNg offiCe The Compliance Agent performs a variety of tasks to assure compliance with provisions of the Tribal Gaming Code, Compact, and Casino Internal controls. Be present at the Gaming Facility all hours of operation, have access to any and all areas of gaming to assure compliance. Reporting of violations, writing reports, receiving complaints and seeks voluntary resolutions of complaints. MiNiMuM QuAlifiCATioNs: • Must be twenty-one (21) years of age. • Must have High School Diploma or GED. • Able to work any shift, if necessary. • Good written communications skills. • Good verbal communications skills. • Visually able to read/view video monitors, if necessary. • Sufficient manual dexterity to operate video recorders, tape machines and cameras, if necessary. • Possess mature judgment. • Work well in pressure situations. • Must qualify for and obtain a valid Tribal Gaming License and, unless a Tribal Member, certification by the State Gaming Agency. • Must not have any felony convictions. • Must not have been employed by the Gaming Facility Operator within a ninety (90) day period immediately preceding employment with the Tribal Gaming Office, unless waived by the Gaming facility Operator. • Must handle all Tribal Gaming Office business in a confidential manner. • Must agree prior to employment to any lawful drug testing. • Must complete in a concise, detailed and legible manner daily written reports and logs. • Valid Arizona Driver License is preferred but not required. Pay rate: $15.34 per hour To apply for this position and receive a full job description, please contact the human resources office at or 928-567-1062 no later than July 19, 2019

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