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Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council (RMTLC) in Billings, Montana is seeking an Outreach Coordinator to join the Transitional Recovery and Culture II (TRAC II) Project. TRAC II aims to foster community readiness for recovery support and provides a safe forum for those in recovery to learn about leadership, culture, self-care and resiliency. Peer Mentors in the TRAC II Project are Native Americans with lived experience of recovery who provide mentoring services for fellow Native Americans in recovery. The TRAC II Project seeks an Outreach Coordinator to support the important work of our Peer Mentors and to strengthen the quality of our services through strong leadership and effective team management.
Position Description: The Outreach Coordinator must be self-motivated, meticulous, highly organized, creative, hospitable and innovative. This person plays a key leadership role among the TRAC II team. The Outreach Coordinator reports to the Project Director. This position requires strong leadership and communication skills; experience with recovery from substance use disorders; experience working within a small team; and the flexibility, motivation, and creativity to improve the TRAC II project while keeping the mission of serving our Peers front and center in all activities. This is a part-time position and may require travel.
Under the direction of GHWIC Project Director and Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiology Center (RMTEC) Director, the Evaluation Specialist/Epidemiologist is responsible for providing technical support and assisting with the CDC-funded Good Health & Wellness in Indian Country project to reduce chronic disease morbidity and mortality in Montana Tribal Communities. Position salary will be based upon experience and education.
Under the direction of Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiology Center (RMTEC) Director, the Epidemiologist is responsible for providing technical support and assisting with the American Indian-Alaska Native Clinical Translational Research Program (AI-AN CTRP) grant to conduct analyses on Secondary Data Analysis of Child Health Measures for American Indian youth in Montana and Wyoming tribal communities. Position salary will be based upon experience and education.