Community Health Practitioners
About the Role
CHA III/Clinic Supervisor: High School Diploma or equivalent plus must be a current State Board Certified CHA-III or higher, and/or previously an employed CHA-III or higher willing to complete re-entry and re-certification within eight months of hire date. Must successfully complete MSO tests for current level. Must maintain CHAP Board Certification. Failure to complete all training requirements will result in demotion of CHA status and pay. Must be current in ETT and/or EMT certification or recertify within eight months of hire date. Willing and able to provide village medical health services on a routine and emergency basis and the ability to provide services under stressful situations. Ability to lift 50 lbs., stand and or sit for prolonged periods of time. Ability to speak Inupiaq desirable. Three years of Primary CHAP experience preferred. CHA IV/Clinic Supervisor: All of the above qualifications for CHA III plus successful completion of Session IV training. Must successfully complete MSO tests. CHP/Clinic Supervisor: All of the above qualifications for CHA IV plus successful completion of Preceptorship. Must successfully complete MSO tests.