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: [email protected].
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Open Positions: (Click to view job descriptions)
Program Manager CalAIM
The Program Manager is part of a multi-disciplinary team that represents the agency, meetings, and program reviews focused in towards the CalAIM program. This position is responsible for providing support to the Director of Operations, CEO, oversight of CalAIM Staff, program implementation, operational functions of the program, objectives (coordination), supervision and evaluation of staff. We are seeking a highly experienced and dynamic Program Manager to lead and oversee our Healthcare Transformation initiatives.
Care Integration Coordinator (Auberry, CA)
Join us as a Care Integration Coordinator at the Fresno American Indian Health Project! If you’re passionate about creating a welcoming environment for the rural community and collaborative services, we want you on our team. In this role, you’ll support various stakeholders, ensuring positive and productive interactions. Operating independently, you’ll report to the Director of Care Integration, aiding other departments as needed. Your commitment to accuracy and consistency will be key to our success. Apply now for a dynamic role with a meaningful impact!
Health Educator II
The Health Educator is responsible for coordinating diabetes and health education services for American Indian individuals receiving services from FAIHP. Health education may take place at the Health Project location, associated clinics, or outreach sites including client’s homes. Leads group and individual nutrition counseling sessions. The Health Educator is responsible for case management of diabetic clients in accordance with Indian Health Service Diabetes Standards of Care and the required Diabetes Care audit. The Health Educator is part of a multi-disciplinary team working to establish services that enhance the health and well-being of the clients while developing their self-monitoring and/or healthier behaviors.
Outpatient Therapist (2 Vacancies)
FAIHP is looking for a Outpatient Therapist to join our Team and be a part of our Vision to improve the health and wellbeing of our community and implement a primary care program which is integrated with FAIHP’s existing Behavioral Health program and ancillary services. The project will build upon an integrated, coordinated, and comprehensive system of care for our families.
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