Senior Staff Accountant
Works under the supervision and guidance of the Finance Officer. Coordinates human resources functions, coordinates employee benefits administration, processes payroll, coordinates the accounts receivable function, prepares cash receipt, cash disbursement and general journal entries, reconciles balance sheet accounts, prepares budget status reports, performs the daily tasks of the Finance Officer and Accounts Payable Clerk when either is out of the office, and provides ongoing assistance and support to all AAIHB programs. View the position description below.
NARCH Research Assistant
We are recruiting for a Southwest Tribal NARCH Research Assistant to work with the two program components – the NARCH Administrative CORE and the “Tribal Solutions for Native Youth Affected by Adverse Childhood Experiences” research project. The RA will assist NARCH staff to meet objectives that include community-based research activities, intervention, evaluation activities and assisting with Southwest Tribal Institutional Board (IRB) meetings and trainings. Specific activities will provide the RA with excellent opportunities to further develop his/her research and other public health skills. This is a full-time position (40 hours/week) with benefits and the pay range is $39,520-45,760. To apply: the application packet should consist of a cover letter, resume/CV, salary requirements, and three professional references (name and contact information). For best consideration, please submit your application by close of business day (COB) on Friday, April 28, 2017. Contact Rita Kie (email@example.com) or Rachell Tenorio (firstname.lastname@example.org); phone (505) 764-0036, if you have questions or require additional information.
2017 NARCH Summer Intern
The Southwest Tribal Native American Research Center for Health (NARCH) Program will sponsor a 2017 Summer Research Internship Program. Through this program we provide opportunities to engage American Indian students in significant and innovative health research and further explore careers in health sciences, public health, epidemiology or medicine. Please review the attached flyer for details.
This is an 8-week paid internship. The NARCH program will work with students to determine their summer work schedule in the May-September 2017 internship period. There are only a few slots available each year, so selection is based on meeting the eligibility criteria, student’s academic record, and statement of interest. Preference is given to students who are members of Albuquerque Area tribes in New Mexico, Texas and Colorado. The application is an attachment to this page. The deadline to submit all documentation is Monday, May 1, 2017, 5pm (Mountain Time). Contact Rita Kie (email@example.com) or Delrae Peterson (firstname.lastname@example.org); phone (505) 764-0036, if you have questions or require additional information.