Careers & Volunteers

Fresno American Indian Health Project only accepts resumes and job applications for open positions. To apply for a position please submit your resume or CV to the front desk or email jobs@faihp.org. Please specify which position you wish to be considered for.


Open Positions: (Click to view job descriptions)

Youth Coordinator

The Youth Coordinator is responsible for assisting with the organization and implementation of the Fresno American Indian Clubhouse activities, including organizing transportation for, implementing and coordinating educational activities and curriculums, ensuring safety of youth participants at all times, and interacting positively with the children/youth. This position is responsible for assisting the Director of Youth Services in the planning, assessing, and implementing of program components. The Youth Clubhouse program is an after-school tutoring program that focuses on drug and alcohol abuse prevention in American Indian and Alaska Native youth ages 5-17.

Youth Coordinator



Community Garden Coordinator

The Community Garden Coordinator position will be primarily responsible for organizing the schedule of events, activities, workshops, maintenance, and volunteerism for the Native community garden in Fresno (located at the Fresno Discovery Center). This project is a community collaborative effort and therefore it is crucial that the Coordinator is able to communicate effectively and help maintain strong partnerships between all of the agencies and community groups who are stakeholders of the project.

Community Garden Coordinator

Instructional Aide

Under direct supervision of the Clubhouse Program Manager, provides quality academic tutoring. Creates and implements tutorial programs that guide and assist students with homework, problem solving, report writing, and test preparation. Maintains appropriate records of attendance and activities. Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information.

Instructional Aide PDF

Instructional Aide II

Under direct supervision of the Clubhouse Program Manager, the Instructional Aide II is responsible for providing personalized instructional services for students in grades K-12 in order to assist the students in their education endeavors. This also includes academic assistance to assigned students, either in a group or individually, in specific subject matters to include math, English, history, science and other subjects required for graduation from elementary and secondary schools. Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information.

Instructional Aide II PDF

Temporary Eligibility Coordinator

The Eligibility Coordinator is responsible for greeting, receiving and directing clients and other business guests in person or by telephone. The Eligibility Coordinator identifies client’s purpose for visit or call and courteously directs them to the appropriate personnel or community resource. Eligibility Coordinator verifies registration status and possible eligibility for local, state, and Federal insurance program and follows through on assisting or referring clients in completing required eligibility paperwork. In addition, the Eligibility Coordinator is responsible for conducting inventory and coordinating orders for all department office supplies and office mail, photocopy necessary forms for the office, file records, and update lobby display information. The Eligibility Coordinator enters demographic and historical data into the Resource Patient Management System (RPMS) and Next Gen database and verifies health insurance eligibility. Scans patient charts into NextGen System. Provides client transportation from time to time as a back-up to the transporter.

Temp Eligibility Coordinator PDF

Peer Mentor

The Peer Mentor will participate in the Native Connections community assessment, ongoing planning and intervention strategies for suicide awareness and preventative efforts. The Peer Mentor will engage with peers by providing peer support and linking to appropriate community services at FAIHP or other agencies/organizations. The Peer Mentor will provide ongoing collaboration with community members through outreach, media campaigns, linkage to resources, and education to reduce the stigma of mental health. This person should be very familiar and active within the American Indian/Alaska Native Community.

Peer Mentor PDF


VOLUNTEERS for those interested in volunteering, please complete a volunteer application and submit it to the front desk. After that, please attend one of the monthly volunteer orientations! You can download the packet here:  FAIHP Volunteer Application