APD Tribal Navigator, Full Time -Position is responsible for, assisting with administration of DHS APD (Aging and People with Disabilities) Tribal Navigator Program, working in conjunction with DHS APD, and Tribal AOA Coordinator to assess to needs of Tribal Members with Tribal, federal, state and local programs or other resources to meet those needs. Click here to view the full job description.
Front Desk Reception, Full Time -The Front Desk Receptionist must maintain a Professional appearance when greeting our Members and Guests of the Tribe in a friendly and inviting manner. The position also requires excellent organizational skills to maintain files, scheduling appointments, and keep accurate records of incoming calls, mail, fax, and employee in and out schedules. Proficiency is also required with use of a multi line phone system, standard office equipment including computer related hardware and software. Click here to view the full job description.
Paralegal, Full Time -Performs paralegal functions which require an advanced degree of knowledge, analytical skills, decision making skills and independent judgment. Click here to view the full job description.
Tribal Police officer, Full Time -The Police Officer is responsible for performing police activities as a sworn Officer. The Police Officer has the duty to protect life, property, and maintain public safety. The Police Officer deters crime by enforcing Tribal, State and Federal laws under the jurisdiction of the Cow Creek Tribal Police. The Police Officer will be required to work variable shifts. Click here to view the full job description.
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Case Manager, Full Time -Responsible for managing referrals from Behavioral Health. Entails assessing client needs, developing, implementing and reviewing individual service & support plans (ISSP). Case Manger would be working with Cow Creek Behavioral Health, primary care providers & other community agencies/resources in meeting/achieving client service needs. Click here to view the full job description.
Certified Medical Assistant, Full Time -The Certified Medical Assistant is responsible for providing high quality, compassionate, and culturally sensitive care within their scope of practice as part of an integrated care team in outpatient primary care facility as a medical assistant. Click here to view the full job description.
Peer Support Specialist, Full Time -The Peer Support Specialist is an active member of the Behavioral Health Substance Abuse Team & provides peer support services to clients with substance abuse issues. Responsible for activities to achieve the goals of the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians. The Peer Support Specialist will function as a role model to peers; exhibiting competency in the personal recovery & use of coping skills to serve as a client advocate, providing client information and peer support for clients in an outpatient setting. The Peer Support Specialist performs a wide range of tasks to assist peers of all ages, either to individuals or group settings in regaining independence with the community and mastery over their own recovery. Click here to view the full job description.
Prevention Specialist, Full Time -Prevention Specialist serves as a catalyst in the community for partnership development and coalition building. Responsible for activities to achieve the goals of the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians. The primary focus is to be a resource and to coordinate, mobilize, and sustain community prevention efforts. Implements evidence based strategies and best practice activities and events as related to the Prevention work plan. Has a significant amount of duties working developing and carrying out prevention activities. Click here to view the full job description.
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There are currently no open position with the Cow Creek Gaming & Regulatory Commission.
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For more job opportunities with Cow Creek Tribally-owned businesses click here to be directed to the UIDC employment website. You may also contact the UIDC Human Resources office at 541-839-1221.
In an effort to reach our Tribal Partner Membership and to ensure we are creating opportunities for American Indians and Alaskan Natives, the Cow Creek Government Office will be posting Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB) open positions. These positions are posted on behalf of the NPAIHB and are not jobs within the Cow Creek Government Office.
Behavioral Health Aide Project Director, Full Time -Responsible for coordinating, planning, implementing, and evaluating the behavioral health aide (BHA) education programs for the Portland Area Tribes. The project includes incorporating tribal traditional knowledge and practices and an array of behavioral health subject matter the BHA education curriculum. This position is aligned with the health policy team which is responsible for developing policy and procedural recommendations and providing support for related program activities. Click here to view the full job description.
Oregon Public Health Improvement Project Coordinator, Full Time -The Oregon Tribal Public Health Improvement Project Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to assist the Oregon Tribes and NARA-NW, Inc. in developing and implementing tribal public health modernization action plans that are specific to each of the participants. This position is currently funded by a contract with the State of Oregon/Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division that will be renewed through 2023. Click here to view the full job description.
Project Coordinator, Full Time -The Project Coordinator will also support WEAVE-NW team and addressing chronic health disease in Tribal communities.
The Project Coordinator will serve as the focal point for project communication, sub award support and coordination of the Breastfeeding Coalition. The Coordinator will provide a broad range of support services for WEAVE-NW Tribal team and sub awardees. The Project Coordinator will maintain WEAVE-NW’s website and social media accounts. Click here to view the full job description.
Please submit your completed form to: Human Resources Manager
Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
2121 SW Broadway, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97201
Or FAX to: 503-228-8182
Or Email to: HR@npaihb.org