“Using the strengths of communities to improve suicide prevention.”
NATIVE AMERICANS FOR COMMUNITY ACTION, INC.
IS SEEKING TO HIRE DEDICATED, INNOVATIVE PERSONS TO CARRY OUT A CUTTING-EDGE SUICIDE PREVENTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM:
OPEN PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS (open until August 29 or open until filled):
- Project Manager
- Clinical Supervisor (i.e., LCSW, LPC)
- Mental Health Specialist (x2)
- Administrative Secretary
Background, experience, and/or knowledge in one or more of the following areas is required (see NACA website for postings):
- Developing community partnerships
- Coalition building
- Suicide prevention, training
- Clinical expertise
This project will serve Coconino County and Native American communities, and is funded under a three-year grant received on August 1st from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA).
Primary focus will be directed toward community coalition building and the provision of evidence-based training to prevent suicidal behavior among at-risk populations.
NACA offers competitive salaries and a generous benefits package. www.nacainc.org
Please direct a cover letter, NACA application, and resume to: TJ Bailey, Executive Administrative Manager @ (928) 526-2968 or [email protected]
Inquiries may be directed to: Robert W. Robin, Ph.D., A/Behavioral Health Director and
Chief Executive Officer @ (928) 526-2068 or [email protected]
Submitted to the Center from Native Public Media.