Nisqually Indian Tribe
  • 01-Apr-2021 to Until Filled (PST)
  • Olympia, WA, USA
  • 28.20
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

Benefits: Yes- Employer Paid Medical, dental, vision, Life Insurance and 401K contribution 4% paid by Tribe (Employee Only)

Health Training Coordinator A-23

NATURE OF WORK: The Health Training Coordinator is responsible for administrative and technical
work in the planning, development and Implementation of training programs for the Health
Department. This position conducts and coordinates Health staff training to enhance the skills of
staff and ensure the necessary safety and standards of healthcare are maintained.

Develop and .conduct employee training to improve individual and organizational performance.
Work with managers and supervisors to create and maintain annual training plans for
individuals and programs.
Design and develop employee training and development programs.
Conduct research for available training sources for appropriate content and method of
Track training effectiveness and problem areas and make training recommendations.
Ensure licensure and certificate requirements are tracked and maintained for licensed and
certified providers of care.
Develop training procedure manuals, guides, and course materials such as handouts and visual
Conduct trainings that are responsive to the standards of healthcare compliance, such annual
HIPAA training, CPR/First Aid, and Blood borne pathogens.
Conduct trainings that are responsive to the cultural needs of the programs and staff such as
Historical Trauma, cultural sensitivity, Nisqually culture and history.
Maintain an in-depth knowledge of standards and best practices for health related trainings
based on current local, State, Federal and I.H.S. standards.
Coordinate with Third Party Billing staff as needed to ensure provider credentialing meets
billing requirements.
Coordinate with program managers to develop priorities and develop annual training budgets.
Compile periodic reporting as needed.
Perform other related duties as assigned.

The duties and responsibilities described are not a comprehensive list and additional tasks may be
assigned to the employee.

Knowledge of Nisqually Indian Tribes workplace training programs.
Knowledge of all current local, State, Federal, I.H.S. and other applicable standards and best
practices for Health related trainings.

Knowledge of principals and methods for training design, compliance and instruction for
individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects.
Knowledge of Nisqually Tribal history, culture, traditions and values.
Skill in the operation of common office equipment, computers and computer software such as MS
Office Suite.
Ability to recruit instructors and trainers as needed.
Ability to learn and adhere to the Nisqually Tribe Financial Services Policies and Procedures
for procurement, paperwork, and contracting for trainers, instructors and administrative and
fiscal program requirements.
Ability to lead in the creation of new training areas as determined by Health Department
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with other employees, the
community and the public.
Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality.
Ability to maintain a sense of professionalism as reflected through work habits, attitude and

Bachelor's Degree in Organizational Development, Adult Education or a closely related Field.
Two years' recent related work experience including at least one year of recent work
experience in a health care related training program.
OR a comparable combination of approved education and/or recent related work experience.
Must have a valid driver's license and be insurable under the Tribe's insurance policy.

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