Strong organizational and prioritization skills.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Good public relations, conflict management and meeting facilitation skills
Consistent and professional work demeanor.
Knowledge of local and non-local resources.
Demonstrated capacity to handle multiple tasks, projects and meet deadlines. Willingness to work flexible schedules as deemed necessary including out of county travel, weekends, and evenings.
Ability to work in a team environment, while also working independently.
Ability to handle escalated situations safely and appropriately.
Ability to represent core agency/program values and principles in a variety of settings. Knowledge of special education systems, 504 process, and Redwood Coast Regional Center eligibility and services.
Must maintain confidentiality with sensitive information.
Provide resources and supportive material related to Special Education, 504, IHSS, SSI, and other related generic services. · Knowledge and communication strategies related to Regional Center eligibility, services, and vendor programs. · Assist families and assess barriers of individuals to determine relevant service referrals and needs.
· Support groups of individuals, providing resources and referrals, follow- up contacts, and collaborate with community partners.
· Utilize proper channels of communication to express concerns or conflicts in a constructive manner, offering input into problem resolution.
· Acquire, maintain, and share current competencies in relation to services provided, including professional training and knowledge of a variety of community resources for families, youth, and adults. · Demonstrate sensitivity to working with culturally, economically and/or socially diverse populations.
Equal Opportunity Employer
About Round Valley Indian Health Center
The Round Valley Indian Health Center is a non-profit corporation established in 1968, designed to offer health care to the people of our community. The Health Center is located in Covelo, a remote valley community in Northern Mendocino County, 25 miles east of Highway 101 and an additional 15 miles from the nearest hospital and emergency services in Willits, California. The Round Valley Indian Health Center provides primary health care to approximately 3,000 people living in Covelo and the adjacent Round Valley Indian Reservation. The Reservation was established in 1856 and is the ancestral homeland of the Yuki Nation and home to six other Indian Tribes. The Health Center staff is dedicated not only to treatment, prevention, and patient education, but also recognizes traditional Indian Medicine and holistic healing.