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PATIENT REGISTRATION

TITLE: PATIENT REGISTRATION

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:         BUSINESS OFFICE SUPERVISOR

 CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR:  Chair

 STATUS: Regular, full-time

 LOCATION: Newkirk, OK

 QUALIFICATIONS:

 Minimum of (1) year experience in a clinical environment and related field. Ability to relate and interact with Native Americans to establish a chart at the Kanza Health Clinic, updating all patient registration and insurance information. Possess interpersonal skills in reading, writing, and speech which would include good communication skills. Must be able to multi task and work with minimum supervision. Prefer candidate to have some knowledge of Insurances and RPMS (Resource Patient Management System). Must have proficient computer skills.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  1. Establish new patients by making appointments, and entering all required documentation into computer system thru data entry and scanning.
  2. Update all patient demographics annually and as needed.
  3. Input and verify all insurance information and patient eligibility.
  4. Receive and input all Tribal Enrollment information in computer system.
  5. Review schedules prior to appointments to see what information is needed to keep chart updated.
  6. Inactivate patients per Kanza Health Clinic Policy and Procedures.
  7. Abide by the HIPAA Privacy Act of 1974 to maintain confidentiality of all records.
  8. Work closely with Billing, Purchase Referred Care, and Medical to get updated demographic, insurance information needed.
  9. Maintain statistics as needed for reports requested by supervisor.
  10. Any other duties as assigned by immediate/controlling supervisor.

 

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation to submit to a pre-employment drug screen.  Failure to pass the pre hire drug screen will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment. All new hires must be able to stand, walk, stoop, bend, kneel, pull, push and lift a minimum of 25 lbs. 

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ICW ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

TITLE: ICW ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT                                 

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  ICW Director

 CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR:  CHAIR

 QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Working knowledge of computers.
  • The ability to use word processing and spreadsheets.
  • Must be willing to work some evenings and weekends.
  • Ability to monitor budgets both tribal and grant.
  • Commitment to excellence and high standards.
  • Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills; able to manage priorities and workflow.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions.
  • Ability to deal effectively with a diversity of individuals at all organizational levels.
  • Good judgment with the ability to make timely and sound decisions.
  • Creative, flexible, and innovative team player.
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of various teams and committees.
  • Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work within constantly changing priorities with enthusiasm.
  • Acute attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated ability to plan and organize projects.
  • Must be able to speak, read, write, and understand the primary language(s) used in the workplace.
  • Must clear the required Background check 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 Management may assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons.

  • Answers and screens telephone calls in a professional and timely manner; takes accurate messages with a high degree of professionalism and
  • Exercises considerable judgment and discretion in handling requests for appointments and telephone
  • Distributes daily internal/external mail and overnight packages; sends and distributes
  • Composes, types, and distributes professional correspondence and memoranda, E-mail and faxes, using individual initiative and as assigned.
  • Proactively establishes, and maintains highly organized filing system, files correspondence and other records.
  • Meets and greets
  • Orders and maintains supplies, coordinates equipment
  • Performs general clerical duties including but not limited to filing, photocopying, faxing, and mailing.
  • Demonstrates a high level of professionalism in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues.
  • Assists with special projects as assigned.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor. 

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation to submit to a pre employment drug screen.  Failure to pass the drug screen will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

 

EEO & Drug Free workplace employer

Indian Preference considered with verification of Indian Heritage

Veteran Preference considered with verification

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WELLNESS CLERK

KAW NATION POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: Wellness Clerk

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Wellness Director

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: Health Director

QUALIFICATIONS:

Applicant is required to have a high school diploma or must be sixteen (16) years of age or older and currently enrolled in high school.  Must possess basic clerical skills, good oral and written communication skills, and an ability to set priorities. Must be able to organize and coordinate work efficiently.  Computer skills are required.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Responsible for providing overall administrative support for the Kaw Nation Wellness Center.
  2. Responsible for all clerical support to staff including, but not limited to, word processing for reports and drafts of schedules.
  3. Responsible for preparing materials for all certifications and/or trainings as needed.
  4. Responsible for typing, word processing, filing, answering phones, making copies, and scheduling.
  5. Keep each area assigned to clean dusted, vacuumed, and trash emptied.
  6. Clean and sanitize all bathrooms, keep paper towels and toilet tissue stocked.
  7. Report any problem that should require knowledge of specific training to repair or correct to Immediate Supervisor.
  8. Wash windows inside and out on a periodic schedule.
  9. Complete any other duties as assigned by immediate or controlling supervisor.

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LAND MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR

KAW NATION POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: Land Management Director

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Executive Director

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: Chair

QUALIFICATIONS:

A bachelor’s degree in resource management, planning or related field and four years’ experience in land management. An additional four years of professional experience in land management may be substituted for the formal education requirement. A demonstrated ability to read maps as well as knowledge of legal property descriptions. This individual must be able to physically lift at least 50lbs. Must be able to set priorities, organize, coordinate work efficiently, and establish good personal relations with other office workers and work independently and creatively.  Must be able to communicate well, both verbally and written format, and prepare and present technically correct and detailed material through presentations.  Must be at least eighteen years of age, possess a valid driver license and be insurable.

OVERVIEW:

The land management officer is responsible for the Nations land inventory and classification program, land disposal program through sale, lease or exchange, and land acquisitions. Additional responsibilities involve coordination with federal, state and local governments on land management issues. Land Managers, maintain and develop forests, rangelands and other natural sites for conservation or resource development

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  1. Other duties maybe assigned and required by the KNED Director.
  2. Work with private landowners and government agents.
  3. Maintain current knowledge of pertinent legislation and land use regulations.
  4. Design and implement ways to improve the land with minimal environmental impact.
  5. Design, implement and evaluate programs to sustain the land and its wildlife.
  6. May supervise harvests.
  7. Choose and prepare sites for planting trees and other crops.
  8. Monitor grazing lands for signs of disease, insect infestation and over grazing.
  9. Lead Based Paint inspections and Risk Assessments as needed.
  10. Home energy audits and assessments

Indian Preference considered with verification of Indian Heritage

Veteran Preference considered with verification

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation to submit to a pre-employment drug screen and background check.  Failure to pass the pre-employment drug screen or background check will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

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PHARMACIST

KAW NATION POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: PHARMACIST

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: HEALTH DIRECTOR

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: CHAIR OF KAW NATION

QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidate will possess a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited pharmacy school and be licensed as a pharmacist in the State of Oklahoma by the Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy. Candidate will possess certification/license by the United States Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control for Schedule 2, 2N, 3, 3N, 4, and 5 narcotics.

At least two (2) years’ experience in pharmacy practice is preferred.  Experience in a Native American healthcare setting is also preferred.  Applicant may not have any unresolved malpractice suits pending against him/her and shall not have any unresolved complaints on file in any state where he/she has a license to practice as a pharmacist.  Experience with computerized pharmacy records systems preferred.  Computer literacy required.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Pharmacist is assigned the following duties and responsibilities to be performed in collaboration with the pharmacy team:

  1. Responsible for compounding and dispensing medicines using standard physical and chemical procedures to fill authorized prescriptions.
  2. Consult with medical staff and make recommendations for the formulary based upon various criteria.
  3. Maintain adequate stock and control of all medications, including narcotics.
  4. Verifies validity and checks drugs, dosage, interactions, dosage forms and labels for all prescriptions.
  5. Provides complete oral instructions and education to patients.
  6. Compounds bulk medications and prepackaged drugs.
  7. Supervises pharmacy staff.
  8. Demonstrates excellent familiarity and capability with third party billing processes and procedures.
  9. Develops and manages pharmacy program budget.
  10. Maintains records for inspections, inventory, and audits.
  11. Maintain Oklahoma licensure.
  12. Perform other duties, consistent with the position, as required or assigned by the immediate or controlling supervisor.

EEO & Drug Free workplace employer

Indian Preference considered with verification of Indian Heritage

Veteran Preference considered with verification

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation to a pre employment drug screen and background check. Failure to pass the drug screen or background investigation will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment. 


KAW NATION POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT/FLOATER

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: CHAIR

STATUS: REGULAR, FULL -TIME

LOCATION: KAW CITY, PONCA CITY, NEWKIRK, OK

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have a high school diploma/GED and/or Vocational secretaries training or trade school.  Must have proficiency in word processing.  Requires demonstrated language and spelling skills and knowledge of efficient office procedures.  Valid Oklahoma Drivers and insurable. Experience in multi-phone line system with good communication skills and postage machines is preferred.  Experience may be substituted for educational requirements.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Greet clients and visitors with a positive, helpful attitude.
  2. Helping maintain workplace security by issuing, checking and collecting badges as necessary and maintaining visitor logs.
  3. Answering phones in a professional manner, and routing calls as necessary.
  4. Process all incoming/outgoing mail including mail records.
  5. Record Maintenance request log.
  6. Provide excellent customer service.
  7. Complete any other duties as assigned by the immediate/controlling supervisor.

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IT SPECIALIST

KAW NATION POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: IT Specialist

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Executive Director

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: Chair

QUALIFICATIONS:

Requires an Associates or computer background in related field. Must have experience in Windows applications, configuring and troubleshooting with software and hardware. Strong problem-solving skills. Excellent communication skills. Pro-active, self-starter requiring minimal supervision. Must possess excellent administrative assistant skills (i.e. computer functions, typing, filing, copying, fax, and telephone systems) Confidentiality is at all times a must.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Installing and training of software applications.
  2. Installing, administering, and repairing hardware.
  3. Maintaining office equipment (i.e. copier, printers, fax machines, phone, etc…)
  4. Maintain security at all levels (employee, application, internet)
  5. Assists user to resolve computer-related problems such as inoperative hardware or software.
  6. Read technical journals and manuals and attend vendor seminars to learn about new computer hardware and software that will benefit the Nation.
  7. Install new / rebuild existing servers and configure hardware, peripherals, services, settings, directories, storage, etc. in accordance with standards and project/operational requirements.
  8. Evaluate the compatibility with existing systems, ease of use, and if software meets the needs of the program or department with the Nation.
  9. Develop and maintain installation, configuration, security/access and backup procedures
  10. Administer, support and troubleshoot software / hardware and overall network infrastructure including but not limited to: Windows 2003/2008, Exchange 2003/2010, Terminal Services, VMware, firewalls, routers, broadband connectivity, database servers, performance monitoring, back-ups, third party application support, etc.
  11. Create and upkeep network documentation including but not limited: network assessments, monthly maintenance plans, etc.
  12. Responsible for the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of all managed switches, routers, storage arrays, and servers with the position supervisor. Physically installs all new network equipment. Typically performs the initial installation and maintenance of all network-based software. Performs ongoing installations of new software and hardware and maintains existing Windows network.
  13. Be aware of departmental budgets for procurement objectives.
  14. Complete any other duties assigned by the immediate or controlling supervisor.

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation (post hire) to submit to an employment drug screen and background check.  Failure to pass the post hire drug screen or background check will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

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KHDD COMMUNITY OUTREACH SPECIALIST

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: KANZA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT DIVISION DIRECTOR

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: Chair

STATUS: REGULAR, FULL-TIME

LOCATION: Ponca City, OK

QUALIFICATIONS:

Associates degree in Communications, Public Relations or related fields, preferred. Experience in website development and management. Experience in social media applications. One-year experience working in community development, preferred. Excellent human relation skills. Experience in working in a culturally diverse community setting. Sensitivity to cultural differences. Valid driver’s license and be insurable.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Write newsletters and other communications instruments targeted to community of parents and citizens interested in the school district.
  2. Manage social media presence of district.
  3. Manage website presence of district in coordination with the Technology Department.
  4. Function as part of a team to provide assistance to students, families and staff to ensure a successful school experience.
  5. Works closely with school staff and outside employers to obtain necessary information and provide assistance to clients.
  6. Provides support in implementation and coordination of activities with outside service agencies, school sites, etc. for childcare, transportation to and from school, etc.
  7. Conduct community meetings.
  8. Act as liaison with neighborhood associations.
  9. Develop connections between staff, parents, and students.
  10. Write routine reports and correspondence
  11. Speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organizations.
  12. Work closely with school administration to assess school needs to develop programming that is specific to those identified needs.
  13. Coordinate and oversee adult education activities.
  14. Perform other activities as assigned by Immediate Supervisor and Controlling Supervisor.

∙ EEO & Drug Free workplace employer

∙ Indian Preference considered with verification of Indian Heritage

∙ Veteran Preference considered with verification

∙ All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation to submit to a preemployment drug screen.  Failure to pass the preemployment drug screen will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

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SHELTER ADVOCATE

KAW NATION POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: Shelter Advocate

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Shelter Director

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: Tribal Chair

TYPE: Regular/Full-time

LOCATION: Newkirk, OK

QUALIFICATIONS:
High School diploma or equivalent required. Prefer experience in counseling and/or advocacy, strong interpersonal and communication skills, ability to work independently, ability to accept responsibility and follow through project assignments. Also prefer experience or demonstrated interest in women’s issues, preferably domestic violence. Valid Oklahoma Drivers License and clean
driving record for insurability.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Respond to callers accessing 24-hour hotline and provide services including crisis Intervention.
  • Provide information/referrals to victims of domestic violence victims and their children
  • Facilitate support groups and/or house meetings
  • Provide supportive direction relating to money management, personal hygiene, work skills, housekeeping, meal planning and preparation and utilization of other community resources
  • Assist with protective/restraining orders and other court matters
  • Arrange for emergency medical services or law enforcement services as needed
  • Complete telephone intake with women requesting shelter
  • Provide/arrange for shelter for qualified persons
  • Complete shelter intake and other related forms as required
  • Provide/arrange transportation for clients who are appropriate for shelter
  • Ensure client confidentiality and the Center’s confidentiality policy
  • Assist in the care and maintenance of the shelter
  • Participate in staff meetings/trainings
  • Perform related duties as required and/or deemed necessary by Supervisor

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation pre employment drug screen and background check. Failure to pass the drug screen or the background check will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

Excellent benefits are available to all full-time employees including BCBS Medical and Dental, VSP, Prudential Life, 403b and IRA plans. Generous paid leave for sick and vacation.

For more information contact the Kaw Nation Human Resource Department at (580) 269-2552. Applications available at www.kawnation.com.

Resumes without an Application and Disclosure Agreement will not be considered. Submit applications with disclosures to PO Box 50, Kaw City, OK 74641, svogele@kawnation.com or fax to (580) 269- 2536.

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Indian Preference considered with verification of Indian Heritage

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ADVOCATE FOR KAW NATION DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM

TITLE: ADVOCATE for the Kaw Nation Domestic Violence Program

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Kaw Nation Chief of Staff

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: CHAIR

STATUS: Regular, Full-time

LOCATION: Newkirk, OK

QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s Degree in social sciences or a degree in a related field preferred. Combination of education and work experience acceptable if work experience includes at least three years of counseling in domestic violence, mental health, substance abuse or a related field. Three years of closely related experience may be substituted for the requirement of a bachelor’s degree. Candidate must have knowledge and experience in counseling in the areas of domestic violence, mental health, substance abuse or related field. Experience as a legal advocate is highly desirable. Candidate must demonstrate knowledge of family violence issues, ability to balance cultural issues with victim needs, long range planning skills, and capability of handling administrative duties. Candidate must demonstrate excellent interpersonal speaking and communication skills and possess and understanding of handling personal and confidential information. Candidate must demonstrate strong computer skills including Excel and Word. Must be able to pass a background check and drug test. Must possess a valid driver’s license and be insurable.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
1. Responsible for implementing all aspects of the proposed project, including Intervention, Treatment and Response strategies, including offering professional trainings on the issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, and dating violence.
2. Primary responsibility for answering the Crisis Line Calls and crisis intervention in emergent cases.
3. Work with area agencies to develop policy and procedures and develop referral sources and advocate services for victims.
4. Oversee Volunteers and coordinate Volunteer efforts as needed to support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
5. Responsible for completing all required reports and grant documents, including budgets and financials.

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DENTAL HYGIENIST

TITLE: Dental Hygienist

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Health Director

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: Chair

STATUS: Full Time

LOCATION: Kanza Health Clinic, Newkirk

QUALIFICATIONS:

Dental hygienists are required to earn a minimum of an Associate’s degree or certificate from an accredited dental hygiene school and hold a State license in order to practice. Dental hygienists are expected to be competent in multiple areas of dental health including: completing dental prophylaxis and non-surgical periodontal therapy; providing oral cancer screening and radiographic studies; charting conditions of dental caries and disease; providing preventative care, and performing procedures in compliance with the Dental Practice Act.

RESPONSIBILITES AND DUTIES:

  1. Prepare treatment room for patient, ensuring adherence to all clinical and infection control protocols.
  2. Prepare patient for dental hygiene treatment by welcoming, seating, and draping patient. Explain and demonstrate oral hygiene instructions (tooth brushing, flossing, nutritional advice, and smoking cessation) and answer all patient questions.
  3. Manage instrumentation for dental hygiene treatment by sharpening, sterilizing, and storing instruments in an organized manner.
  4. Complete oral assessments including: reviewing the patient’s dental history; evaluation of the gingival condition, dentition, and intraoral/extraoral tissues; oral cancer screening; and periodontal and dental charting.
  5. Take and interpret dental radiographs; ensure diagnostic quality of radiographs.
  6. Complete dental prophylaxis and non-surgical periodontal therapy by removing calculus and stains from the dentition and beneath gingival tissues; place subgingival antimicrobial agents as indicated by the patient’s periodontal condition.
  7. Apply anti-caries agents such as fluorides and other preventative agents as indicated by the condition of the patient’s oral health.
  8. Administer local anesthetics and/or nitrous oxide analgesia as indicated by the patient’s oral health needs or as directed by the dentist.
  9. Fabricate temporary restorations, clean and polish removable appliances, remove cement from crowns and bridges.
  10. Serve as an active participant in the management of medical and dental emergencies by following instructions from the team leader, maintaining BLS certification, locating and bringing emergency drugs and oxygen delivery systems, and alerting first responders.
  11. Maintain accurate and detailed treatment notes including vital signs, medical and dental histories, dental and periodontal charting, and treatment rendered.
  12. Ensure compliance with HIPAA regulations and maintain all confidential information.
  13. Protect patients and employees by maintaining a safe and clean work environment and complying with all OSHA, CDC, ADA, and clinic procedures, rules, and infection control regulations and guidelines.
  14. Ensure functional operation of dental equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements, following manufacturer’s instructions, troubleshooting malfunctions, calling for repairs, maintaining equipment inventories, evaluating new equipment and techniques.
  15. Maintain dental supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level, anticipating needed supplies, placing or submitting orders for supplies, and verifying receipt of supplies.
  16. Conserve dental resources by using equipment and supplies as needed to accomplish dental treatment.
  17. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, and participating in professional societies.
  18. Contribute to the clinical team by participating in team meetings, assisting colleagues with clinic duties, and disseminating information as indicated.
  19. Primary dental clinic personnel in charge of community outreach including the initiation and organization of outreach activities and programs.
  20. Complete any other duties as assigned by immediate/controlling supervisor and/or dentist.

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation (post-hire) to submit to an employment drug screen. Failure to pass the post-hire drug screen will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment. All new hires must be able to stand, walk, stoop, bend, kneel, pull, push and lift a minimum of 25 lbs.

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DAY CARE TEACHER

TITLE: DAY CARE TEACHER

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Day Care Center Director

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR:  Chair

TYPE: Regular, Full-Time

LOCATION: Newkirk, OK.

Pay Range: $12.00 to 14.00 depending on experience

QUALIFICATIONS:

This person must be at least 18 years of age, must have or working toward obtaining CDA. Must have experience working with young children. Must have or be willing to complete certification in First Aid and CPR. Must have ability to pass random drug testing requirements throughout employment. Ability to pass an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation background check. Cannot have been convicted of or pied guilty to any of the following: Child Abuse or Neglect, Possession, Sale or Distribution of an illegal substance, sexual misconduct of any form and Assault and Battery.
Applicant must be willing to gain more knowledge, training, and ed experience in childhood development.

Must be able to pass a background check, adjudication through the Kaw Nation Police Department and a pre-employment drug test. Must possess a valid Driver’s License and be insurable. Must be able to pass a physical examination.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

1. The Teacher is responsible for maintaining a safe and nurturing learning environment for children placed into his/her care.
2. The Teacher must promote the Kaw Nation Day Care Center in a positive way to parents and the community.
3. Responsible for developing and implementing lesson plans with continuous monitoring.
4. Must be willing to perform all duties inherent in a childcare setting.
5. Monitors children in the classroom and on the playground at all times. At no shall any child be left unsupervised. Staff must maintain constant vigilance.
6. Must adhere to the Kaw Nation Daycare Policies and Procedures and Staff Handbook.
7. Must observe strive confidentiality regarding children, families and staff and will make parents aware of this policy.
8. Must provide a nurturing, supportive, and positive classroom climate that encourages student learning.
9. Attend local, state, regional and national child care meetings/training when deemed appropriate.
10. Complete any other duties assigned by the Day Care Center Director or Administration.

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SHELTER STAFF

TITLE:                                                    Shelter Staff                                                                                                             IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:           Shelter Director

 CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR:      Tribal Chair

 TYPE:             Regular/Full-time

 

LOCATION:  Newkirk, OK                           

  Pay Range: $14.00 to $16.00

 Shift   8:00am to 4:00pm, 2nd 4:00pm to 12:00am or 12:00am to 8:00am

 Qualifications:

 High School diploma or equivalent required. Prefer experience in counseling and/or advocacy, strong

interpersonal and communication skills, ability to work independently, ability to accept responsibility

and follow through project assignments. Also prefer experience or demonstrated interest in women’s

issues, preferably domestic violence. Valid Oklahoma Drivers License and clean driving record for insurability.

 

              Responsibilities:

Respond to callers accessing 24-hour hotline and provide services including crisis

Intervention.

Provide information/referrals to victims of domestic violence victims and their children

            Facilitate support groups and/or house meetings

Provide supportive direction relating to money management, personal hygiene, work skills, housekeeping, meal planning and preparation and utilization of other community resources

Assist with protective/restraining orders and other court matters

Arrange for emergency medical services or law enforcement services as needed

            Complete telephone intake with women requesting shelter

Provide/arrange for shelter for qualified persons

Complete shelter intake and other related forms as required

Provide/arrange transportation for clients who are appropriate for shelter

Ensure client confidentiality and the Center’s confidentiality policy

Assist in the care and maintenance of the shelter.

Participate in staff meetings/trainings

Perform related duties as required and/or deemed necessary by Supervisor

 All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation pre employment drug screen and background check.  Failure to pass the drug screen or the background check will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

 Excellent benefits are available to all full-time employees including BCBS Medical and Dental, VSP, Prudential Life, 403b and IRA plans.  Generous paid leave for sick and vacation.

 For more information contact the Kaw Nation Human Resource Department at (580) 269-2552. Applications available at www.kawnation.com. Resumes without an Application and Disclosure Agreement will not be considered.

 Submit applications with resumes to PO Box 50, Kaw City, OK 74641, email to svoglel@kawnation.com or fax to (580) 269-2536.

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GRANT WRITER/PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: GRANT AND CONTRACTS/PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: CHAIR

QUALIFICATIONS:

Educational requirements include a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Sociology, or related field.  At least five (5) years of experience at the level required for the position may be substituted for educational requirements.  Must possess superior verbal and written communication skills and demonstrated technical writing abilities.  Candidate will have demonstrated superior planning process skills and abilities and have a familiarity of Systems Theory and applications.  Candidate will have verifiable success in grant and contract development skills for at least two (2) years with an ability to teach others.  Must have at least three (3) years exhibited familiarity with federal grant program organization, administration, control, and other management skills.  Must also demonstrate an understanding and capabilities in evaluation research and application.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Perform the primary writing tasks on targeted grant requests and proposals.
  2. Technical writer for grant requests and proposals with assistance from program directors.
  3. Analyze all requirements presented in Request for Proposals (RFP’s) and/or grant applications, research appropriate data sources to develop and write effective proposals, requests written or verbal input from other experts when appropriate.
  4. Develop proposal schedules and outlines to identify all elements required in the proposal and the due dates for input.  Communicate this schedule to everyone responsible for the development, production, approval, and delivery of the proposal.
  5. Keep current on all pertinent Federal regulations to ensure compliance with proposal or grant requirements.  Work with appropriate departments to ensure applicable new policies are developed when necessary to meet new compliance requirements.
  6. When proposals are ready to submit to granting agencies, review the final write-up with appropriate in-house staff.
  7. Develop plans, strategies, and approaches to meet identified tribal community needs with ability to divide responsibilities between different persons while meeting overall time guidelines.
  8. Compile cultural, statistical, historical, and economic data for use in preparing proposals, documents, and correspondence.
  9. Provides technical assistance to program directors in preparing continuation funding or rewriting proposals and supplement requests.
  10. Assist Program Directors in developing surveys and conducting interviews within designated communities in order to establish detailed needs analysis.
  11. Researches federal, state, and other funding agencies regulations for funding sources and ensures that all grant and proposal applications are incompliance with those regulations.
  12. Assist in grant and contract monitoring in the areas of procedure development, documentation, and software spreadsheet development.
  13. Assist with/complete any other job duties that might be assigned by immediate/controlling supervisor.

EEO & Drug Free workplace employer

Indian Preference considered with verification of Indian Heritage

Veteran Preference considered with verification

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation to submit to a preemployment drug screen.  Failure to pass the preemployment drug screen will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

 

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STORE CLERK - SOUTHWIND EXPRESS KAW CITY
Job Description

To provide customers an outstanding retail experience. The Store Clerk performs a variety of retail functions which derive the highest levels of customer service.

Job Type

Part Time

Job Duties

Perform front-end cashier duties including operation of cash register and gas management systems.  Check-in and stock freight.  Clean.  Perform opening and closing duties.  Prepare and serve food items.  Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the manager.

Education / Experience

Applicants must be 21 or older. Must have an ABLE License.  Excellent communication skills.  Able to read and follow directions.  Self-motivated and able to complete tasks without constant direction.  Able to operate cash register count change to customers.  Able to lift and carry at least 25 lbs.  Stand on your feet for long periods of time. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills.  Basic math, computer, and multi-tasking skills.

Must be available to work all shifts.

Location:  Southwind Express or Woodridge Market

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation (post hire) to submit to an employment drug screen and background check. Failure to pass the post hire drug screen and/or the background check will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

For additional information contact:
Kaw Nation Human Resource Department
(580) 269-2552
EEO & Drug free work place employer
Indian Preference considered with verification of Indian Heritage

 

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STORE CLERK - WOODRIDGE MARKET PONCA CITY
Job Description

To provide customers an outstanding retail experience. The Store Clerk performs a variety of retail functions which derive the highest levels of customer service.

Job Type

Part Time

Job Duties

Perform front-end cashier duties including operation of cash register and gas management systems.  Check-in and stock freight.  Clean.  Perform opening and closing duties.  Prepare and serve food items.  Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the manager.

Education / Experience

Applicants must be 21 or older. Must have an ABLE License.  Excellent communication skills.  Able to read and follow directions.  Self-motivated and able to complete tasks without constant direction.  Able to operate cash register count change to customers.  Able to lift and carry at least 25 lbs.  Stand on your feet for long periods of time. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills.  Basic math, computer, and multi-tasking skills.

Must be available to work all shifts.

Location:  Southwind Express or Woodridge Market

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation (post hire) to submit to an employment drug screen and background check. Failure to pass the post hire drug screen and/or the background check will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

For additional information contact:
Kaw Nation Human Resource Department
(580) 269-2552
EEO & Drug free work place employer
Indian Preference considered with verification of Indian Heritage

 

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR KAW TRIBAL MEMBERS

Kaw Nation is starting an employment opportunity that may interest you.

Sometimes when we are waiting on someone to start a job or just have a vacancy that needs to be filled for a short period of time we need someone to fill in the basic parts of the job.  The Kaw Members who depend on the services of the Kaw Nation sometimes have to wait for the permanent new hires and we want  our tribal members to start the process as soon as possible.

These positions will be short-term and temporary.  Pay rates, days and hours will vary based on the duties of the position.  All available members who would like to do these fill-in positions would have an interview to place them where they are best suited and comfortable working when needs arise.

So, if you are retired, unemployed or just looking for something to do in your spare time, please fill out an Application and Disclosure Agreement and submit it to the Human Resources Department.  We will keep your information on file and when an opening comes up we will contact those interested about the opportunity.

 

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401K – Health – Dental – Vision – Life – Competitive Pay – Annual Leave – Sick Leave – Holidays Off

Below are the generous benefits of full-time employment when working at the Kaw Nation Tribal Government, Gaming Commission or Business Services:

  • Free BCBS of Oklahoma Medical (includes Pharmacy) Insurance
  • BCBS of Oklahoma Dental Insurance optional for purchase by employee
  • VSP Vision Insurance optional for purchase by employee
  • Prudential Life Insurance optional for purchase by employee

Also included are generous Annual Leave Days and Sick Leave Days accruals.

  • Four (4) hours of Annual Leave begins accruing with the first paycheck and each full check during employment. As the employee’s length of service increases the 4 hours accrued increases to 6 (after 3 years), 8 (after 10 years), and 10 (after 15 years) hours per paycheck.
  • Four (4) hours of Sick Leave begins accruing with the first paycheck and each full check during employment. This amount remains the same throughout employment.

If you have questions regarding these or any other benefits of Kaw Nation Tribal Government, Gaming Commission or Business Services, please contact the Human Resources Department at (580) 269-2552.