Program: Wind River Family & Community Healthcare
Opening Date: December 23, 2019
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Hours: 32-40 Hour Work Week, Evening & Weekends Required
The Certified Peer Specialist work by sharing their own lived experience and practical guidance, to help clients develop their own goals, create strategies for self empowerment, and take concrete steps towards building fulfilling, self determined lives.
Assist a client to direct their own recovery and advocacy process;
Utilize client self-determination and decision making;
to teach and support the acquisition and exercise of recovery skills needed for management of symptoms and for navigating systems;
to create self determined recovery and maintenance plans
to utilize natural resources within the community
Facilitate the learning of skills to advance recovery, self determination, and quality of life
effectively facilitate groups to promote mutual learning, engagement and integration of community resources such as cultural activities, spirituality and other positive support groups include
Mending Broken Hearts/Grief Recovery
12 Step Medicine Wheel/Wellbriety
Population Specific Peer Groups
Understand the impact of trauma and responses to trauma, demonstrate sensitivity and acceptance of individual experiences
Ensuring compliance with relevant regulations including Indian Health Service standards and certifying agency standards
Advise staff in the management of records and information to ensure compliance with all confidentiality laws including HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2
Completes paperwork requirements to maintain quality, up to date clinical records, including progress notes and other relevant information, enter the necessary information into the electronic health record (EHR) system, ACCUCARE.
All clinical documentation, services and issues will be reviewed with primary provider
Strive to maintain client centered practices by integrating family and positive support systems.
Reinforcing clinical programming and staff adherence to ethical practices
Maintaining and modeling a close collaborative working relationships with community resources to ensure quality care is being provided
Model and support health and wellness activities and helth coping skills for clients
Maintain professional standard of conduct, and model recovery type behavior.
Adhere to NAADAC Code of Ethics, as well as policies and procedures
Work to resolve conflicts at the team level and effectively use supervision and management for further conflict resolution.
Attend all mandatory training and staff meetings.
Provide coverage assistance to co-workers as necessary to assure clients access to services.
Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge of confidentiality rules and regulations including HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2
Knowledge of substance abuse
Education and Experience:
Minimum of highschool diploma or equivalent
Certification as a Certified Peer Specialist is to be obtained within 6 months of employment and maintained throughout employment
2 consecutive years of recovery of being clean and sober
Along with any supporting certifications such as BLS and other necessary competencies (e.g., ACLS, TNCC, PALS, etc.).
The incumbent must maintain strict confidentiality and high ethical standards in performing the position. The incumbent needs to be respectful, possess cultural awareness and sensitivity, be flexible, and demonstrate sound work ethics.
How to Apply:
Complete Northern Arapaho Tribal Application form and submit to N.A.T. Human Resources located at the Tribal Complex Building, 533 Ethete Road, Ethete, WY or submit an application to Wind River Family Community Health Cares Human Resources Department at 120 North 6th Street East, Riverton, WY.
Indian Preference applies.
For more information call Teelynn Arthur, HealthCare Recruiter, at 307-856-9281 Ext 134.