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Health Educator II (FT)

Open until filled

Job description

Under the direction of the Diabetes Project Coordinator, the incumbent is responsible for the provision of health education services, with specific focus on prenatal patients, for the Seneca Nation of Indians Health System.

 

 

Job qualification

Bachelor’s degree in Health Education or related field, or LPN.

Three years of experience in community education.

Must maintain a valid NYS driver’s license.

Submit application/resume to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required

Public Health Nutritionist (FT)

Open until filled

Job description

Responsible for the supervision and provision of nutrition services for the health department.  Coordinates nutrition services with other health services and with existing nutrition programs of other community agencies. Plans, prepares and conducts in-service educational programs in nutrition.

Job qualification

Bachelor’s degree in nutrition, and ADA registration.  Supervisory and public health experience preferred.

Submit application/resume to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required

Community Health Nurse (FT)

Open Until Filled

Salary: $30.18/hour

CIRHC

Job description

Basic Function:

To provide skilled nursing outreach services to community members within the health care delivery area. These services shall include but are not limited to: general health care, maternal health care, gerontology, community outreach, health education and patient advocacy.

 

  • General Responsibilities:
    1. Provides direct patient care and education to patients and their caregivers.
    2. Coordination of patient inter-disciplinary activities between units and outside agencies.
    3. Provides skilled nursing assessment on patients referred for skilled nursing services.
    4. Administers medications and treatments as prescribed by a provider and according to the plan of care.
    5. Completes clinical documentation according to policy and procedure.
    6. Makes appropriate referrals for additional services, supplies, and equipment.
    7. Participates in case conferences.
    8. Participates in community education, activities including but not limited to in-services and screenings.
    9. Performs home visits and/or telephone contact to the elderly, handicapped, and other patients requiring services.
    10. Provides pre-natal counseling/education, makes post-natal home visits, and provides newborn care instructions.
    11. Applies minor dressings, gives non-narcotic medications in accordance with providers’ instructions and obtains vital statistics and nursing assessments on patients.
    12. Interacts in an emotionally supportive way with patients, families, caregivers.
    13. Follows all policies of the SNHS.
    14. Performs other duties as assigned or requested.
    15. Works to promote cooperative staff efforts to provide and maintain high quality service to patients, providers and other staff to assure quality patient care.
    16. Participates in and promotes PCMH.
    17. Where applicable, must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to patients of all ages.

Job qualification

Graduate of an accredited Registered Nursing program. RN license in New York State, CPR certified, also previous experience in clinical setting required. Must have the ability to execute independent nursing decisions and possess invasive clinical skills such as vein-puncture and IV therapy.  Must have strong physical assessment skills. Ability to read, write and use personal computer, laptop and drive an automobile. Must have valid NYS driver’s license.

Submit application/resume to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required

Public Health Technician (FT)

Open Until Filled

Job description

Basic Function:

Under the direction of the EH&E Program Coordinator, the incumbent is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the environmental health program on his/her respective reservation. The Public Health Technician is expected to obtain as high a level of technical proficiency as it is possible to obtain with the resources available. This means that the individual has the responsibility of doing the utmost to obtain as much as they can from the various In-service training opportunities that are offered from time to time. In addition, they have responsibility of studying on their own to keep abreast of the field of sanitation. Reports directly to Environmental Health and Engineering Program Coordinator.

General Responsibilities:

  1. Determine environmental conditions of the community.
  2. Inspects community and individual water and sewage systems and makes corrective recommendations.
  3. Studies refuse collection and disposal needs of major communities and makes recommendations to supervisor.
  4. Determines sources of insect and rodent breeding and harborage and determine methods to control or eliminate them.
  5. Inspects major food preparation and serving facilities and public food service establishments and reports recommendations.
  6. Assists appropriate authorities in assuring adequate sanitation facilities for celebration and community functions.
  7. Develops and maintains a working relationship between the Seneca Nation and various state, county and local agencies.
  8. Develops and participates in the community education program, including rabies education and control: injury surveillance, safety and awareness.
  9. Submits monthly statistical and narrative reports as required.
  10. Project coordinator of Reservation wide injury prevention program, including but not limited to; seat belt safety, car seat inspection, and bicycle safety, traffic safety monitoring with documentation and reports as needed.
  11. Management of various federal and state grant-funding programs.
  12. Performs other duties as assigned.
  13. Responsible for attending all mandatory staff meetings and in-services.
  14. Follows all policies of SNHD.
  15. Works to promote cooperative staff efforts to provide and maintain high quality service to patients, physicians and other staff to assure quality patient care.
  16. Where applicable, must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to patients of all ages. The individual must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient’s requirements relative to their age-specific needs, and to provide the care needed as described in the unit’s/area’s/department’s policies and procedures.

Job qualification

Associates degree with one-year experience in environmental science or health related field. Must possess a valid NYS Driver’s License and have transportation available for use. The ability to establish and maintain a rapport with the community. Ability to communicate both orally and In writing. The ability to establish and maintain person-to-person relationships, gather pertinent information and explain environmental health techniques. It is desirable to have undergraduate credits in the mathematics and science field. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen in accordance with the Drug, Alcohol and Controlled Substance Abuse Policy. Background check may also be required.

Submit application/resume to:

Susan Lewis

Human Resources Manager
987 R. C. Hoag Drive

Salamanca, NY 14779
716-945-5894, ext. 3528

slewis@senecahealth.org

Additional Information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant (FT)

Open Until Filled

Job description

Basic Function:

Under the general administration of the Chief Medical Officer, the Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant collaborates with each physician and is accountable to the physician for patient medical status assessments and for planning and implementing the medical regimen for each patient.

 

General Responsibilities:

  1. Responsible for the examination of patients and diagnosing their condition.
  2. Orders, interprets, and evaluates diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient’s clinical problems and health care needs.
  3. Records physical findings and formulates plan and prognosis, based on patient’s condition in EMR.
  4. Discussion of cases with physician and other health professionals to prepare comprehensive patient care plan.
  5. Prescribe medications per certified specialized area of practice.
  6. Submits health care plan and goals of individual patients for periodic review and evaluation by physician.
  7. Facilitates referrals of patients to other health related practitioners and/or SNHD services when appropriate.
  8. Assumes additional responsibilities and performs other duties as delegated by the Medical Director or Chief Medical Officer.
  9. Works to promote cooperative staff efforts to provide and maintain high quality patient care service.
  10. Attends all mandatory staff meetings and in-services.
  11. Follows all policies of SNHD.
  12. Maintains patient files according to program guidelines and the Privacy Act of 1974.
  13. Maintains a neat and orderly work area.

Job qualification

Licensed and currently registered to practice in New York State. Masters of Science Degree with an approved program in primary health care, either Certified Nurse Practitioner program approved by NYS or Certified Physician’s Assistant program approved by NYS. Satisfactory completion of an approved twelve-month postgraduate course of classroom and clinical experience in primary health care and two years of satisfactory clinical experience. Ability to relate to special populations. EMR experience preferred.

Submit application/resume to:

Susan Lewis

Human Resources Manager
987 R. C. Hoag Drive

Salamanca, NY 14779
716-945-5894, ext. 3528

slewis@senecahealth.org

Additional Information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Clinical Nurse II RN (3)

Open until filled

Salary: $35.44/hour

CIRHC

Job description

Provides professional nursing care for assigned patients in the medical clinic, according to established standards and practices.

Job qualification

Completion of an accredited Registered Nurse program, possess a New York State license and 2 years of clinical experience. Must be able to perform required duties with limited supervision. Appropriate communication and computer skills.

Submit application/resume to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Medical Assistant

Open Until Filled

Salary: $16.31

CIRHC

Job description

Basic Function:

The Medical Assistant (MA) is responsible for aiding in clinical duties and administrative procedures within the Medical Unit.  The MA will assist in patient care by obtaining patient histories, vital signs, prepare and maintain examination areas, perform in office testing such as EKG’s, phlebotomy, and work as a member of the healthcare team under the direction and supervision of the medical provider.

 

 

Job qualification

Qualifications:

Associate’s Degree in Medical Assisting or a Medical Assisting diploma from an accredited vocational institution or community college. Preference given to Medical Assistants currently certified through the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA); Certified Medical Assistant (CMA); or a registered Medical Assistant (RMA) through the American Medical Technologists Agency (AMT). Minimum two (2) years’ experience. Possess and maintain a current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers card (CPR and AED).

Send Resume/Application to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional Information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Clinical Nurse LPN (2)

Open Until Filled

Salary: $26.31 / hour

CIRHC

Job description

Basic Function:

Provides professional nursing care under direction of the RN for assigned patient in the medical clinic, following established standard and practices.

 

 

Job qualification

 

Completion of an accredited Licensed Practical Nursing training program. Must have 6 months to 1 year of clinical nursing experience. Must have current New York State licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Must be able to perform required duties with limited supervision. Excellent communication and computer skills.

Send Completed Application/Resume to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional Information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Behavioral Health Counselor

Open Until Filled

Salary: $25.48

CIRHC

Job description

Providing comprehensive interdisciplinary services to clients with mental health, substance or alcohol abuse and co-occurring disorders. Responsible for conducting initial assessments, evaluations and interpretation in developing appropriate interventions and/or treatment/recovery plan for client through individual or group therapy plans. An understanding in the concepts related to cultural components, medical and social factors influencing the lives of persons who are suffering from substance or alcohol abuse and mental health issues as well as how it affects families. Knowledge and experience in clinical interviewing practices and procedures; working with diverse mental health issues including trauma, ability to effectively communicate the goals of the treatment program to clients, maintain effective relationships with community organizations and agencies, addictions screening and generate referrals as required. Facilitate effective interpersonal relationships with clients, families and community in maximizing continued interest while keeping professional boundaries. Skills in organizing, planning, and facilitating support/therapy groups. Ability to complete accurate documentation such as but limited to, comprehensive assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, correspondences, group therapy notes, and all other required documentation per the established policies, procedures and requirements related to client electronic medical record keeping.

Job qualification

Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or related Human Services field with ability to obtain licensure required. Preferably NYS licensed LCSW-R, LCSW, LMSW, LMHC with 1-2 years supervised working experience. Or a combination of degree with CASAC-T or CASAC with 2-3 years direct clinical field supervision. Candidate must have ability to work with all ages, possess knowledge of the counseling process to meet the needs of awareness of family systems, brief therapy techniques, and treatment of substance abuse/dependence, family violence, and sexual abuse. Experience working within managed care system helpful. Valid NYS driver’s license required.

Send Completed Application/Resume to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional Information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Exercise Specialist (FT)

Open until filled

Job description

Basic Function:

Work will be conducted in health promotion and fitness development in an ambulatory care setting. Implementation of exercise prescription for health related fitness would be a strong emphasis of the position. Duties to include client screening and fitness assessment following ACSM Guidelines.

General Responsibilities:

  1. Develop and implement exercise prescription program for at-risk and diseased populations.
  2. Provide assessment and exercise supervision to all age groups.
  3. Graded exercise testing for healthy and diseased populations.
  4. Provide patient counseling and education to participants based on extensive knowledge of functional anatomy, exercise physiology, pathophysiology, gerontology, human behavior/psychology.
  5. Monitoring the safety and function of fitness equipment.
  6. Conduct/participate in group exercise instruction for all age groups.
  7. Be able to provide emergency procedures related to exercise testing and training situations.
  8. Participate in Health Team planning, community assessment, goal setting, and evaluation of Health Promotion and Wellness Programs.
  9. May develop and supervise specific conditioning programs to increase athletic performance such as speed, agility, strength, endurance, flexibility and power.
  10. Works with participants in the prevention of illness or complications, and injury related to exercise or sports.
  11. Maintains neat and orderly work area.
  12. Performs other duties as assigned.

Job qualification

Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science Program, Master’s Degree preferred. Must be CPR certified, First Aid Certification desirable. Ability to perform EKG testing and interpretation. Skill in stress testing desirable. Must be knowledgeable in the basic aspects of the acute and chronic effects of exercise on all major organ systems and the basic prescription of exercise.

Submit application/resume to:

Susan Lewis

Human Resources Manager
987 R. C. Hoag Drive

Salamanca, NY 14779
716-945-5894, ext. 3528

slewis@senecahealth.org

Additional Information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Administrative Assistant (TEMP)(FT)

Open until filled

Job description

Basic Function:

Provide administrative support to the attention of the supervisor. Assist in the development of departmental procedures, serves as liaison between staff and supervisor/department head. Performance objectives include planning, research, communication, project coordination, record keeping, inventory management and budgeting. To take the responsibility for the Privacy Officer and Security Officer to set up and maintain all aspects of Protected Health Information (PHI) regardless if on paperwork or electronic form.

General Responsibilities:

  1. Coordinates and expedites functions for a department.
  2. Assists in preparation of budgets and reports; maintains budget books and monitors expenditures.
  3. Prepare purchase orders/check requests.
  4. Performs detailed work on assigned projects from beginning to end.
  5. Drafts correspondence for signature.
  6. Performs related work to facilitate the administrative functions for the dept.
  7. May assign and supervise work of subordinate employee(s).
  8. Organizes and maintains various files.
  9. May handle travel arrangements.
  10. Perform other duties as assigned.
  11. To set up and maintain policies and procedures for HIPAA, Security standards.
  12. To understand HIPAA, State, and Federal laws and regulations.

Job qualification

High school/Equivalent plus a 2 year degree in Office Management/Business Administration or related field preferred. 3 years’ work experience. Must be computer proficient in word processing and spreadsheet applications. Thorough knowledge of principles and practices of office management knowledge of personnel practices and supervision. Ability to provide/recommend solutions to problems; ability to get along with other and secure cooperation; exercise good judgement and thoroughness.

Submit application/resume to:

Susan Lewis

Human Resources Manager
987 R. C. Hoag Drive

Salamanca, NY 14779
716-945-5894, ext. 3528

slewis@senecahealth.org

Additional Information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Homefinder/Educator (FT)

Job description

Basic Function:

Responsible for recruiting and certifying prospective foster and adoptive homes; and for providing case management for foster/kinship parents. Responsible for conducting parenting services, all parent/foster parent education and coordinating outreach events. Required to work occasional evening and weekend hours.

General Responsibilities:

  1. Recruits, retains, evaluates, and provides on-going training, using culturally-sensitive material when appropriate for prospective foster, kinship, and adoptive homes.
  2. Develops, initiates, and facilitates support groups.
  3. Works closely with foster care applicants to maintain and track relevant criteria for keeping home in compliance with FCLC guidelines.
  4. Coordinates and plans educational outreach events, relevant to child welfare. Must be able to speak in front of small and large groups.
  5. Works closely with families who have children places outside of the home to ensure treatment plan and developed goals are met.
  6. Participates as a member of a multi-disciplinary team for case conferences in regard to child welfare cases when appropriate.
  7. Develops and maintains Resources Directory and makes appropriate referrals as they apply to their caseload’s needs.
  8. Provides parenting classes or education to the community and families and be able to effectively communicate information and knowledge to all ages.
  9. Coordinates foster, adoptive, and investigate home studies as appropriate and necessary.
  10. Assist with transportation, supervised visitations, and respite when needed.
  11. Required to travel between both territories. This can include travel during inclement weather.
  12. Works to promote cooperative staff efforts to provide and maintain high quality service to clients and staff to assure quality client care.
  13. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Job qualification

Associate’s Degree in Human Services or related field with two years’ experience in a Human Services agency. Must have good oral and written communication skills. Valid NYS driver’s license required.

Submit application/resume to:

Susan Lewis

Human Resources Manager
987 R. C. Hoag Drive

Salamanca, NY 14779
716-945-5894, ext. 3528

slewis@senecahealth.org

Additional infromation:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Project Assistant

May 3, 2024

Salary: $21.68/hourly

CIRHC

Job description

BASIC FUNCTION:

 

Provides assistance and administrative support in regard to all activities/projects of the Seneca Nation Health System’s Board of Directors (Board). Assists in all stages and review of all projects that are designed to assist in the future development of the health and quality of life needs for the Seneca communities. Responsible to travel between both Territories as required.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  1. Works closely with the Board and CEO in order to understand the dynamics of the health needs of the SNHS patient population, and to assist in the research and development of types of assistance and services available for this purpose.
  2. Assists the Board in the planning and review of all available programs; locally, regionally, and nationally that could advance programs and services for our patients.
  3. Assists with written recommendation to the Board, Seneca Nation Council, Executives and/or other public organizations regarding specific development proposals and opportunities.
  4. Performs related work to facilitate the administrative functions of the Board, including but not limited to attends and provides assistance during all (regular, work session, standing committee, and special) Board meetings, organizes and maintains files, takes notes, prepares minutes, maintains records, assists in the preparation of agendas, packets, and notifications of meetings.
  5. Performs detailed work on assigned projects from beginning to end and coordinates plans for future developments, as assigned by the CEO.
  6. Maintain project documentation, including project plans, timelines, and progress reports.
  7. Drafts correspondence on behalf of the Board Chairperson.
  8. Organize and schedule meetings, appointments, and project-related events.
  9. Attends all mandatory staff meetings and in-services, including training to stay current in position and/or department.
  10. Follows all policies and procedures of SNHS. Follows all policies of the Seneca Nation.
  11. Maintains a neat and orderly work area.

Job qualification

  • Associates Degree in Business Administration or related field from an accredited educational institution with a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in relative capacity.
  • Previous background in assisting in project development helpful.
  • A valid NYS driver’s license is required.
Submit application/resume to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

X-Ray Technician

Open Until Filled

Salary: $32.06

CIRHC

Job description

BASIC FUNCTION:

 

Incumbent is responsible for operating X-Ray equipment, running CR reader, and sending digital images to radiologist. Prepares patient’s room, equipment and supplies. Provides patient services using imaging modalities.  Responsible to travel between both Territories as required.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  1. Translates physicians’ orders into correct radiographic procedures. Prepares and educates patients about the imaging procedure.
  2. Performs diagnostic imaging examinations using X-ray machines and other specialized equipment as required.
  3. Position patients on examination tables and ensure proper alignment for imaging procedures. Provide clear instructions to patients to minimize movement during the imaging process.
  4. Provides a safe, comfortable environment for patients of all ages, and assists the patient while transferring both before, and after, the imaging procedure.
  5. Follows prescribed X-ray techniques in administering general and specific imaging in order to produce high quality, usable results.
  6. Observes patient and equipment during procedure and reports equipment failures.
  7. Prepare imaging equipment for procedures, including calibrating and adjusting settings as necessary.
  8. Maintain cleanliness and functionality of equipment and treatment room and perform routine maintenance tasks as needed.
  9. Maintains stock supplies and performs general medical office duties.
  10. Works to promote cooperative staff efforts to provide and maintain high quality service to patients, physicians and other staff to assure quality patient care.
  11. Creates a monthly log of x-rays performed, along with codes and fees for each x-ray.
  12. Must keep up with quality assurance testing on all equipment per protocol and keep records per QA requirements.
  13. Keep records organized and up to date for state inspections.
  14. Responsible for tracking, shipment, and wearing of x-ray dosimeter and associated reports.
  15. Organize quarterly Radiation Safety Meetings and keeping agenda and/or minutes per protocol.
  16. Attends all mandatory staff meetings and in-services.
  17. Adheres to department policies and procedures.
  18. Follows all policies of the SNHS.
  19. Performs other duties as assigned.

Job qualification

Radiologic Technology Program Certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification required.

Current NYS licensure required.

3-years’ experience and ability to work independently.

Submit resume/application to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Administrative Assistant - Dental Unit

April 30, 2024

Salary: $16.31 per hour

CIRHC

Job description

Basic Function:

Provides administrative support to the unit. Assists in the development of departmental procedures, serves as liaison between staff and supervisor/department head. Performance objectives include planning, research, communication, project coordination, record keeping, inventory management and budgeting.

General Responsibilities:

  1. Coordinates and expedites functions for a department.
  2. Assists in preparation of budgets and reports; maintains budget books and monitors expenditures.
  3. Prepares purchase orders/check requests.
  4. Performs detailed work on assigned projects from beginning to end.
  5. Drafts correspondence for signature.
  6. Performs related work to facilitate the administrative functions for the department.
  7. May assign and supervise work of subordinate employee(s).
  8. Organizes and maintains various files.
  9. May handle travel arrangements.
  10. Performs other duties as assigned.
  11. Sets up and maintains policies and procedures for HIPAA, security standards.
  12. Understands HIPAA, State and Federal laws and regulations.
  13. Protects data from unauthorized access.
  14. Provides documentation as required.
  15. Updates risk analysis routinely.

Job qualification

High school/Equivalent plus a 2-year degree in Office Management/Business Administration or related field preferred. 3 years’ work experience. Must be computer proficient in word processing and spreadsheet applications. Thorough knowledge of principles and practices of office management; knowledge of personnel practices and supervision. Ability to provide/recommend solutions to problems; ability to get along with others and secure cooperation exercise good judgement and thoroughness.

Send application/resume to:

Melissa Schindler

Human Resource Manager

36 Thomas Indian School Drive

Irving, NY 14081
716-532-8223 ext 5212

mschindler@senecahealth.org

Additional information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.

Director of Quality

6/4/2024

Salary: $29.04

LRJHC / CIRHC

Job description

The Director of Quality is responsible for managing risk, ensuring compliance, best practices and improving overall performance and quality at the Seneca Nation Health System (SNHS).  The incumbent will work closely with administration and clinical leadership to establish a vision an direction for quality improvement and compliance.  Responsible for the management of the Health Planning Office and direct supervision of two direct reports.  Serves as the SNHS Compliance Office.

Job qualification

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience (5 years) required.  Master’s degree and five (5) years of managerial/supervisory experience preferred.  Five (5) years of quality management experience as a supervisor or manager in a large hospital, academic medical center, outpatient health care setting, or Indian Health Service (IHS) / tribal health.  Familiarity with project management concepts; experience managing deadlines. A valid NYS driver’s license is required.

Send application/resume to:

Susan Lewis

Human Resources Manager
987 R. C. Hoag Drive

Salamanca, NY 14779
716-945-5894, ext. 3528

slewis@senecahealth.org

Additional information:

Seneca or Native Preference given to qualified applicants.

Pre-employment drug screen and background investigation required.