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Suicide Prevention Positions Open in Flagstaff

August 9, 2011

“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.