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Otoe-Missouria Human Resources Office
8151 Highway 177
Red Rock, OK 74651
Full-time Lead Cook Title VI Elder Department
This posting will remain open until filled. Please submit all applications to the Human Resources department or email@example.com. An application can be found at the tribal check point or online at www.omtribe.org.
The Lead Cook utilizes their culinary skills to prepare a balanced meal from approved menus. Uphold high standards in the kitchen area regarding its sanitary condition; the practice of safe food handling; and maintenance of personal hygiene.
- Responsible for receiving and unpacking food, kitchen and cleaning supply deliveries. Check items in accurately and watch for damaged or spoiled goods.
- Check on food items and ingredients for the grocery list.
- Prepare daily meals and serve food when needed.
- Keep food at the proper temperature up until served.
- Order food from an online food vendor.
- Check food freshness when delivered and before preparing.
- Attend appropriate training.
- Plan a nutritionally balanced monthly menu, ensure dietary needs are met, uniform serving sizes and quality of meals meet the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA).
- Responsible for cleaning, maintenance, and inspection in the food preparation and storage areas.
- Must be knowledgeable of safe culinary practices and safety compliance issues.
- Prep for meals days in advance.
- Keeps track of all inventories (food, kitchen, paper goods and cleaning supplies) rotate all stock and order as needed.
- Communicates effectively with Kitchen Assistant on directives for daily meals.
- May be required to shop locally or assist with the purchase of food products and supplies.
- Conform to Drug Free Workplace Policy.
- Implement directives and perform other duties as assigned by the Title VI Director within the scope of the position.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with others.
- Culinary knowledge preferred.
- Skill in communicating ideas in writing and orally.
- Ability to deal with citizens in difficult situations.
- Ability to perform strenuous physical tasks.
Educational /Experience Requirements:
Minimum: High School Diploma or a GED. Two to Five years professional culinary experience in food service preferred.
Must pass health department test for food handler’s permit. Incumbent must have a good driving record and valid Oklahoma Driver’s License.
Good to excellent general health and have the ability to lift or move fifty (50) pound. Bending, stooping and /or twisting as needed to load/unload heavy items from vehicles. Incumbent must be able to assist frail, elderly and handicapped senior citizens in and out of vehicle, to and from food site, to and from home.
The Otoe-Missouria Tribe is an equal Opportunity Employer. Native American preference will be observed. All appointments are subject to drug screening and background checks. An application form can be found at www.omtribe.org (Human ResourcesForms). Please submit application to Human Resources, 8151 Hwy 177, Red Rock, OK. 74651 email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full-Time Substance Abuse Counselor for Health Department
This position is open until filled. Please submit all applications to the Human Resources department or email@example.com. An application can be found at the tribal check point or online.
Provide substance abuse counseling services including, but not limited to assessment, treatment planning, counseling, psycho education, case management, and follow up.
The substance abuse counselor will provide prevention, intervention, education and direct services to individuals in the Tribal community affected by alcohol and/or drug dependency. This may include confidential individual or group counseling and referrals to treatment for individuals requesting this opportunity. The substance abuse counselor will provide outreach to educate the community on positive ways to interact with the individuals experiencing substance dependency issues, diversion tactics, and cultural activities. These services will be provided to all members in the tribal community with a focus on high risk populations including victims and perpetrators of domestic violence, at risk youth, and individuals suffering from mental health issues such as depression.
- Establishes implements, maintains and coordinates treatment aspects of the overall program advocacy services with respect to social service agencies, schools and the courts.
- Designs a program of treatment tailored to the patient’s individual situation based on knowledge of alcohol and drug dependency, counseling and treatment modalities.
- Performs intake, evaluation, orientation, admissions, treatment planning, counseling, documentation, discharge planning and referral of substance abusing clients.
- Assesses all new intakes to determine presence and extent of substance abuse issue, completes evaluation reports (i.e., the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory).
- Provide drug and alcohol counseling and support in the individual and group setting.
- Meets with family members to educate them on the most useful role that they can play in the patient’s treatment process.
- Responsible for providing counseling services to assist potential clients who requests services or is court-ordered to maintain sobriety.
- Works collaboratively with the Behavioral Health Team to eliminate alcoholism and other drug dependencies.
- Educates patients about community-based organizations such as Al-Anon, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous as well as traditional healing/teaching.
- Networks with other resources/programs within the County, State and Indian Health Service (IHS) systems.
- Develops appropriate referrals for individuals requiring services not available through this program.
- Responsible for maintaining up to date client records and other appropriate documentation of client care (i.e., patient care charts, Mental Health/Social Services record reports).
- Maintains client records in accordance with Federal Regulations on the Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records, 42 CFR Part 2.
- Conducts and/or facilitates community education sessions on relevant topics.
- Attends regularly scheduled staff meetings, case consultations, performs monthly Chemical Dependency Management Information System (CDMIS), Mental Health and Program Activity Summary reports.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Must have knowledge of the unique cultural, economic and social aspects of an Indian population.
- Ability to effectively communicate with people at all levels from various backgrounds
- Able to work collaboratively with multiple health and criminal justice professionals using tact, diplomacy, and discipline
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Skilled in listening and communicating effectively.
- Ability to manage priorities and work flow.
- Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work within constantly changing priorities with enthusiasm
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Must be willing to learn and ask questions, accept feedback and be accountable.
- Provide emergency/crisis intervention services.
- Perform as intercessor and advocate for children with substance abuse problems.
- Knowledge of applicable county, state and federal guidelines and laws affecting substance abuse treatment.
- May be required to work beyond the customary 40 hour work week or eight hour day in certain situations, and at times, not considered “normal working” hours.
Educational /Experience Requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree in Counseling or related field.
- Must possess a current certification as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) or be License eligible.
- Three years of full-time experience as a counselor or have at a minimum 120 hours of socialized training in the field of substance abuse treatment, two years of college/training/education.
- Thorough knowledge of the Twelve-Step recovery model, as well as other contemporary and traditional models of recovery/rehabilitation for Native Americans dependency issues.
- Master’s Degree in Counseling or related field.
- Must possess a current licensure of a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor (LADC) or be License eligible.
- Three years of full-time experience as a counselor or have at a minimum 120 hours of socialized training in the field of substance abuse treatment.
The Otoe-Missouria Tribe is an equal Opportunity Employer. Native American preference will be observed. All appointments are subject to drug screening and background checks.
Please submit application and resume to Human Resources, 8151 Hwy 177, Red Rock, OK. 74651 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position open until filled.