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- Outreach/Peer Recovery Support Specialist10/28/2019
The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes has an opening for an Outreach/Peer Recovery Support Specialist for the Tribal Opioid Response Project. Works to increase awareness and understanding of opioid misuse and the importance of Medication Assistance Therapy (MAT) in treating Opioid Use Disorder. Coordinate outreach events and activities to promote substance abuse prevention and awareness program. Promote opioid misuse trainings at Gatekeeper Trainings and throughout the community. Use personal experiences to develop meaningful and trusting relationships with clients, acting as a mentor. Provides clients an example of what they can strive for in their recovery. Link up with various community organizations and resources to provide additional support for patients throughout their transition for continued healthcare, housing, job assistance, additional treatment services, and support with re-integration with friends, family, and communities. Handles the logistics of patient arrival and departure, arranging/providing transportation, managing follow-up appointments, and working with the facility administrators/staff members. Provides general health and behavioral health education. Will be the liaison between clients, families, community and health care providers to ensure clients and families understand conditions and treatment. Applications available at the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes or at. For additional information contact (405) 247-2425. Closing date is November 12, 2019 by 5 p.m.
- Mass Media Technician10/28/2019
The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes has an opening for a Mass Media Technician for the Communications Office. Primarily responsible, along with the Communications Manager, for ensuring the Tribe’s web site and Tribal social media provides timely, relevant, and accurate content. Develop and maintain website policies and procedures in collaboration with the Communications Manager. Primarily responsible for the creation, evolution, design, production and maintenance of the Tribe’s primary website and web-based communication/marketing tools. Create and expand video content for the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes. This includes commercials and documentary shorts for both Internet and broadcast television. Attends events, activities, and functions related to the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes in order to obtain videos, photographs, etc. for the Tribal website and newspaper. Contributes content to the tribal newspaper. This includes the submission of photographs, obtaining caption information and on-site interviews. Applications available at the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes or at. For additional information contact (405) 247-2425. Closing date is November 12, 2019 by 5 p.m.
- Director for the Wichita Tribal Veterans Program11/1/2019
The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes has an opening for a Director for the Wichita Tribal Veterans Program. Determine, evaluate, and advocate for the needs of Wichita Veterans. Recommend and provide coordination for implementation of authorized federal, state, and tribal programs for the benefit of Wichita Veterans pursuant to all applicable Tribal laws, rules, and regulations. Serve as a liaison to seek and identify additional state, federal, and tribal resources to insure the maximum return for Wichita and Affiliated Tribes general funds and any private matching funds. Process paperwork for payments for the following Financial Assistance under the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes Veterans Trust Fund, Honor Guard Detail (for Military Funeral Honors), Color Guard Detail (for Posting of Colors), Burial, housing materials, and Federal Benefits Claim processing. Oversee and conduct program monetary assistance and/or services to all eligible Wichita Veterans and eligible spouses, widow(er)s, and dependent children of deceased Wichita Veteran pursuant to duly approved program policies and procedures. Applications available at the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes or at www.wichitatribe.com<http://ww
w.wichitatribe.com>. For additional information contact (405) 247-2425. Closing date is November 13, 2019 by 5 p.m.
- Compliance Officer/Internal Auditor12/4/2019
The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes has an opening for a Compliance Officer/Internal Auditor. Will provide grant/contract compliance and administrative oversight, administrative analysis, technical report writing, account and statistical record keeping, and participation in program reviews by funding agencies. Involved in fiscal operations with Tribal programs involving department directors and finance to ensure proper financial management of programs with established grant/contract regulations. Applications and job description available at the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes or at. For information contact Human Resources at (405) 247-2425. Closing date is December 11, 2019 by 5 p.m.
- Center Director12/4/2019
The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes has an opening for an Center Director for the Wichita Child Development Center (WCDC). Responsible for the daily administration and management of the WCDC according to child care facility policies and guidelines. Most important responsibility is the care, safety, and well-being of all children at the WCDC. Ensures the WCDC is in compliance with State Regulations to provide food service, child care, recreational and curriculum presentations for children. Also reviews and evaluates the Center’s activities to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and Tribal regulations. Responsible for accurate and timely submission of the Federal Food Program. Reviews and approves menu plans and food purchases for submission to CCDF Program. Confers with teaching staff regarding behavioral or learning problems and recommends methods of modifying inappropriate behavior and encourages learning experiences for the children enrolled in the center. Conducts an arrival walk-through of the WCDC to listen and identify needs. Responsible for the Program’s Oklahoma Registry. Responsible for maintaining all staff Professional Development Ladder (PDL) training and keeping all PDL current. Provides supervision to department staff. Applications available at the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes or at. For additional information contact (405) 247-2425. Closing date is December 11, 2019 by 5 p.m.
- VOCA Victims Advocate12/4/2019
The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes has an opening for a VOCA Victims Advocate. Ensures goals are met for the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant; Develops a coordinated tribal and community response for victims of violence; and Provides accompaniment and advocacy through medical, law enforcement, social system, and court proceedings. Will be On-Call 24 hours a day. Must have a Bachelor’s Degree, or be working toward a Degree, in Social Work or related field; at least two years of work experience in the domestic violence or victim’s advocacy capacity; valid State of Oklahoma Driver’s License; must pass a drug screening test and a criminal background investigation. Applications available at the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes or at. For additional information contact Human Resources at (405) 247-2425. Indian Preference applies. Closing date is December 18, 2019 before 5:00 p.m.
- Executive Director12/6/2019
Great Plains Country Association is a full-time marketing group which promotes member attractions, events and destinations through cooperative marketing programs. Membership is open to anyone who believes in our mission…”Extending aid to promoting, sponsoring, encouraging and financing projects that will result in the economic growth of southwestern Oklahoma by means of education of the public to programs of tourism, recreational beautification and cultural development.”
The Executive Director shall be responsible for working with paid membership-individual tourism businesses and other tourism providers to develop and successfully implement the Great Plains Country Association marketing strategies and promote tourism development within Southwest Oklahoma.
These responsibilities shall include the following tasks but not limited:
• Implementing the Great Plains Country Association Marketing Plan.
• Working closely with the Oklahoma Lake a n d Countries Association and Oklahoma Travel
Recreation Department to ensure that GPCA fully complies with the requirements of both
organizations for the operation of GPCA as a multi-county regional marketing association.
• Supervising and directing the work of other contractors hired by GPCA.
• Researching the tourism industry, including government policies and regulations and industry
• Developing tourism promotion ideas based on the information from visitor and industry
research and implementing the marketing plan in conjunction with GPCA Board of Directors that
includes a variety of advertising, public relations, and marketing activities.
• Distribute literature to include tracking and reporting all methods of literature distribution.
• Identifying and soliciting memberships from both private and public sources and maintain good
communications which includes a current roster, files, membership information packets for
recruitment and retention and active relationship building.
• Monitoring, evaluating and modifying the marketing plan in cooperation with the marketing
• Promoting a positive image of the tourism industry in the Southwest Oklahoma through a variety
of efforts which shall include media press releases, social media, GPCA website and when
reasonable leadership positions within the industry.
• Keeping Board informed of state guidelines and promotions attend industry related meetings such as
OLCA and the Governor’s Conference on Tourism, attend industry-related seminars, travel shows
and workshops as budget allows.
• Keep Board information of state guidelines and prepare board documents and resource materials
for the Board of Directors meeting and distribute in a timely manner.
• Represent GPCA at local, state and national tourism activities as budget allows.
• Working with the Treasurer and Executive Committee to ensure all financial planning and executions are completed in a timely manner.
• Assist in the timely creation of a budget consistent with State Statutes
• Work closely with Board Treasurer to monitor budgeted income and expenses
• Work closely with accountant and auditor to prepare required income and expenses
• Receive, process and deposit all funds received by GPCA
• Prepare claims for Matching Funds program
• Actively work to collect accounts receivables, according to guidelines set
forth by the Board
• Provide all financial records to accountant in a timely manner to facilitate
payments and accurate financial documentation
• Maintain an organized office environment which shall include files, correspondence and when necessary the training other volunteers, staff or contractors to ensure the orderly continuation of GPCA business during Executive Director’s absence.
The Executive Director will report directly to the President of Great Plains Country Association. He or she shall, however, work closely with both the Executive Committee and Board of Directors and Ad Hoc committees. The offices for the Executive Director will be located in one of the fourteen
counties with the expectation that the Executive Director will also be regularly available at the other locations to report.
The Executive Director must be skilled in communications and marketing and possess a working knowledge of the tourism industry. He or she must have relevant experience in advertising, sales and/or marketing, be able to write effectively and work well in both professional and nonprofessional environments. The Executive Director must also have demonstrated negotiating skills and be able to act as an advocate in promoting Southwest Oklahoma as a whole and the interests of the individual membership. Must be a self-starter and consciences builder for all cooperative marketing projects. Education should include an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in a related field such as communications, business administration, finance or marketing. Comparable on-the-job training combined with extensive
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