Employment Opportunities at the UIHI
Job announcements are posted on the careers page of the Seattle Indian Health Board website.
HIV Coordinator: The Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI), in partnership with the Indian Health Service (IHS) National HIV/AIDS program via the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB), will provide technical assistance to Urban Indian Health Programs (UIHPs) to meet standards of care as defined by national clinical recommendations and documented best practices for the prevention, testing and treatment of HIV. This position is responsible for coordinating and leading UIHI’s work around HIV in the urban American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) population. To the extent possible, this program addresses co-morbidities such as HCV and STIs. HIV, HCV, and STIs are infectious disease that can be asymptomatic and cause long term sequelae and contribute to elevated death rates in the AI/AN community. Early detection and clinical follow up for these conditions greatly improves patient outcomes as well as preventing further transmission to the community.For more information and to apply, visit the careers page of the Seattle Indian Health Board website. (June 2018)
Program Assistant: The Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI) is proud to announce an opening for a Program Assistant position. The Program Assistant is responsible for overall program and office activities by providing general office and program support: secretarial, clerical, outreach and administrative duties. Assistants will also be able to take an active role in UIHI’s communication and outreach through event assistance and social media operations. For more information and to apply, visit the careers page of the Seattle Indian Health Board website. (June 2018)