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

Graphic Artist/Preflight Specialist

Summary of Position:
The Graphic Artist/Preflight Specialist will provide layout and graphic design work for internal jobs. The specialist will take files through the preflight stage to the CTP Platesetter. The Specialist is also responsible for editing video projects as directed. This is a nonexempt position.

Accountability: Reports to the Tipi Press Printing Manager

Responsibilities:

  1. Works with internal personnel to do design and layout work for a wide array of digital and printed materials.
  2. Works extensively in PC or Mac-based Adobe programs, i.e. InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator.
  3. Operates Rip software in conjunction with the CTP Platesetter.
  4. Edits video projects for the School, Development Office and Marketing Department.

Qualifications:

  • A degree in Graphic Arts or Prepress is preferred. Experience in the printing industry is acceptable.
  • Must possess strong communication skills, be detail oriented and organized.
  • Must understand the computer hardware and software associated with the position in order to assure that the prepress area will operate effectively and to assure the output of a consistent high-end product.

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Health Center Assistant

Summary of Position:
The Health Center Assistant is responsible for the general assistance in the operations of the Health Center. Principle areas of responsibility include providing clerical office support and transporting students to and from appointments. This is a 10-month nonexempt position.

Accountability: Reports to the Supervising Staff Nurse

Responsibilities:

  1. Along with other Health Center staff, provides clinical assistance by preparing medical file forms, answering phones and taking messages. Enters data into patient/student medical files and student database. Assists in setting up and organizing new medical files. Tracks and files dictation notes.
  2. Assists with the care of students confined to the Health Center. Includes monitoring temps, preparing fluids, snacks and meals. Assists in monitoring and reporting to the nurse any health concerns of confined students.
  3. Transports students to and from appointments. This includes out-of-town appointments.
  4. Monitors, labels, rotates, and orders nonmedical Health Center supplies. Evaluates donated items to determine usability.

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Working knowledge of basic computer skills i.e. typing, e-mails
  • Must be able to drive and have current license

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Health and Wellness Coach

Summary of Position:
The Health and Wellness Coach is responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining an organization-wide wellness program for the students, staff and staff families of St. Joseph’s Indian School to support an optimum level of health and wellness. This is a year-round, exempt position.

Accountability: Reports to the Director of Mission Integration

Responsibilities:

  1. Acts as a CATCH Champion to promote the CATCH school wellness program interfacing with all areas of Child Services, such as nutrition consultations in the homes, opportunities for exercise and activity, modifying lesson plans and other ways to support the CATCH nutrition and activity themes.
  2. Consults and plans with all departments in the organization to coordinate and reinforce an integrated culture of wellness in body, mind, heart and spirit.
  3. Leads the Workplace Wellness Committee, providing direction to the committee’s efforts and assessing the effectiveness of initiatives. Creates cohesion for wellness efforts across the organization including nutrition, recreation, health and human resources.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's of Science Degree in Health, Nutrition, or Exercise related field.
  • Must have completed CATCH training.
  • Familiarity and/or experience working with American Indian populations and respect for and knowledge of traditional, cultural and spiritual practices of American Indian communities.
  • Maintenance of current certification in CPR for the Professional Rescuer, AED and First Aid.
  • Advanced training and/or certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), ACE, CI, NWI, or their equivalent preferred.

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Director of Corporate Services

Summary of Position:
The Executive Director of Corporate Services is a contributing member of the Executive Management Team. This business management position is responsible for the organization’s Human Resources Department. The position further oversees the processes of departments not related to programming or development. Ensures that all assigned departments deliver service in a responsive, customer-focused, and cost-effective manner. This is an exempt position.

Accountability: Reports to the President of St. Joseph’s Indian School

Responsibilities:

  1. Actively participates as a member of the Management Team-embracing the mission, vision and values of the organization.
  2. Supports strategic planning by establishing processes that move the organization’s vision and direction forward.
  3. Working with the Human Resources Manager, successfully directs operational activities of the Human Resources Department. This includes usual and customary supervisory responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s required; MBA preferred
  • Applicable business management experience in lieu of MBA accepted
  • Supervisory experience required
  • Experience in Human Resources preferred
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Skilled in Microsoft Office
  • Knowledge of employee benefit programs preferred

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High School Academic Advisor

Summary of Position:
This position is designed to accommodate on-going educational assistance for all High School students, as well as serving as the primary staff liaison with the Chamberlain Public School. In addition, this role is to assist current St. Joseph’s High School students in preparation for ACT testing, Career Counseling, and post-high school planning.

Accountability: Reports to the High School Residential Coordinator

Responsibilities:

  1. Serves as a Tutor for identified High School students. Provides learners with subject-specific information and employs proven study aides to assist with daily work and preparation for upcoming tests and quizzes. This will include working during the High School Summer Program.
  2. Functions as the primary liaison with the Chamberlain High School in their work and involvement with St. Joseph’s High School Students and their academics. Facilitates parent-teacher conferences with CHS and high school houseparents.
  3. Monitors the CHS Parent Portal daily. Compiles a missing assignment list for each student and sends weekly reports to the high school administration, Family Service Counselors and each home.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education.
  • Teaching certificate preferred.

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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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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