Community Health Resource Coordinator

Community Health Resource Coordinator

Req No:
Health Care
Closing Date:
November 1, 2020

The Tulalip Tribes

The Tulalip Tribes publicly announces that Indian Preference in hiring shall apply to Tulalip Tribal job opportunities according to our Preference Code.


Tribal Department: Community Health


Job Summary: The Community Health Resource Coordinator provides staff education, service coordination and leadership to the Community Health Representatives (CHRs) and Case Specialists in the Community Health Department. The CHR Coordinator utilizes their expertise to enhance comprehensive holistic case management services and support for the coordination of care for enrolled Native Americans in Tulalip's CHSDA, this includes providing and supporting trauma informed and culturally competent care to members as they access services in the hospitals, local clinics, and homes. This role collaborates with other departments, disciplines, and agencies in an effort to support the autonomy, culture, health needs, and self-care of the client and family. This includes supporting department goals, program development, staff competencies/continuing education, coordinator of services with other entities, resolution of complaints against programming and staff, and big picture oversight of case management efforts. This position professionally represents the Tulalip Community Health Department in inter-departmental and inter-agency collaborations with the aim to facilitate increased access and utilization of available services. This position provides support to clients, families, and staff by assisting them through the process of accessing appropriate services through education, advocacy, empowerment, and information sharing/gathering. This role collaborates with other departments and disciplines in an effort to support the autonomy, health needs, and self-care of the client and their family. Often the role of cultural broker is assumed in matters of cultural significance. This role assists staff members in collaborating with other entities for common goals to enhance the access of services to our clients.

Compensation:  $24.36 hr.


  • A.A. in Human Services, Community Health, Public Health, Social Work, Early Childhood Education, Family Studies, Psychology, Child Welfare, Chemical Dependency, or related field.
    • Three (3) years of community health service or clinical support work with the Tulalip Tribes may substitute for the degree requirement.


Minimum Related Experience:

  • Two (2) years' experience as a community cultural liaison in the Tulalip Community.

  • Two (2) years of working experience at the Tulalip Health Clinic.

  • Two (2) years of work experience in a Community Health, Public Health, Chemical Dependency, Case Management, or similar field.

  • Two (2) years' knowledge of Tulalip Customs and Practices.

  • Two (2) years leadership experience or Program Development.


Required Licenses/Certifications/Other

  • Must be an enrolled Tulalip Tribal Member

  • Valid Driver’s License.

  • Must adhere to the Tulalip Tribes Motor Vehicle Regulation. (Abstract Required)

  • HIPAA certification upon hire.

  • CPR/First Aid 

  • TB Skin Test

  • Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check.


Terms of Employment:  This is a regular Full-Time position.