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Chamberlain employment opportunities

We're always looking for great team members!

We're always looking for great team members!

Working at St. Joseph's Indian School is a blessing and a gift to the Native American children in need we serve.

Child Services Staff (Residential Staff)

  1. Single or married
  2. Strong role models
  3. Emotional and physical support
  4. Family-oriented
  5. Two staff members per home (12 students)
  6. 10 month contract
  7. Rotating schedule (six days on/three off)

We welcome all qualified applications and will keep on file for one year.

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7th-12th Grade Residential Director

Summary of Position:
The 7th-12th Grade Director provides leadership and oversight to the 7th 8th and High School programs, with the aim of working toward high school graduation and beyond for our students. The employee serves as a member of the Child Services Team.

Accountability: Reports to the Executive Director of Child Services

Responsibilities:

  1. Plans, manages and oversees the development and direction of the 7th-8th grade and High School programs, including the home curriculum, working with the Chamberlain Public School and the student recruitment process. This includes the high school summer program.
  2. Supervises the 7th-12th Grade Residential Coordinators, Trainer and High School Support Staff.
  3. Serves as a Member of the Child Services Administrative Team to assist in the coordination of all student programming and to integrate aspects of Christianity, Catholicism, as well as Lakota spirituality and culture into that programming.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree preferred
  • Experience in residential care or related field required

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Associate Native American Studies Teacher

Summary of Position:
The Native American Studies Associate works in conjunction with the Native American Studies Lead promoting Native American Studies across campus and as part of community outreach. Responsibilities include instruction of students, staff development, curriculum development and oversight of off-campus activities.

Accountability: Reports to the Native American Studies Lead

Responsibilities:

  1. Assists with the development and implementation of a Native American Studies curriculum to be integrated in the school curriculum and across all programmatic aspects of Child Services (Homes, Clinical Services, etc.).
  2. Assists with student instruction for Native American Studies in the school.
    • Conveys clear behavioral expectations to students and monitors compliance in the classroom.
    • Develops lesson plans.
    • Accurately evaluates and records student achievement and progress for reporting to the student parents/guardians, administration and staff servicing the child.
  3. Assists with cultural activities and ceremonies across campus (i.e. Student Cultural Trip, Inipi, etc.).

Qualifications:

  • BA in Native American Studies or other related field
  • Knowledge of Native American culture and traditions
  • Experience working with Native American students

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To APPLY, please send resume to:
Attn: Mandy Perry
PO Box 776
Chamberlain, SD 57325
Email: mandy.perry@stjo.org

To DONATE, please send to:
St. Joseph’s Indian School
PO Box 326
Chamberlain, SD 57326