Careers

Careers

Start your career at SDUIH.

When you join our team at South Dakota Urban Indian Health, you’re joining our Tiwahe (family). We believe that through equitable pay, flexibility, and centering employee wellness, we’re creating systemic change that benefits everyone, especially our patients. Working with our medical team, you’ll improve the health and wellness of our patients and positively impact the health of our community.

SDUIH employees enjoy traditional benefits, such as:
· Health Insurance – SDUIH pays 72% of the premium
· Life Insurance – SDUIH provides $25,000, and employees can purchase additional
· Sick leave of 40 hours per year
· PTO accrued at the rate of 5 hours each pay period
· Short-Term and Long-Term Disability provided by SDUIH
· 11 paid holidays each year
· Participation in a 403(b) with a company match of 100% of the first · · 3% the employee contributes
· 12 Wellness Days per year

Cultural Health Assistant
Sioux Falls, SD
Starting $22/hour

Full time (exempt). The Cultural Health Assistant will work with the Chief Cultural Health Officer to enhance SDUIH’s Cultural Program. The Cultural Health Assistant will assist in tracking program information and data, planning programs, promoting programs, gathering supplies for programs, and general upkeep of the Cultural Program space. Duties will be performed in Sioux Falls. We are looking for a punctual, reliable, and consistent individual to join SDUIH’s newest department. The ideal person will be organized, able to work independently, and willing to help out wherever needed.

The ideal applicants will:

  • Possess knowledge of Native American culture and traditions.
  • Maintain confidentiality.
  • Prioritize, coordinate, organize supplies and programming.
  • Understand office practices and procedures.
  • Perform assigned tasks readily and adhere to prescribed agency procedures.
  • Follow standard procedures or step-by-step oral or written instructions.
  • Facilitate or willing to train to facilitate Cultural groups and activities.
  • Manage time efficiently.

Hours for this position are typically 8 am-5 pm, Monday – Friday but may vary depending on community events or grant activities. SDUIH practices Indian Preference in hiring.

Full job description:
Cultural Health Assistant

Clinical Manager
Sioux Falls, SD or Pierre, SD
Starting $70,000-$75,000

Full-time (exempt). The clinical manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the clinic. They will create and manage nursing schedules. The clinical manager needs a background in healthcare—they may previously have worked as a nurse, doctor, or other type of clinician. As such, they often have a deep understanding of how to best provide quality care to patients.

The ideal applicants will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing, public health, health administration, or other relevant field.
  • Three-five years’ experience in a healthcare setting.
  • Proven strategic planning experience at the management level.
  • Established work with the Native communities.
  • Understanding or willingness to gain understanding of LGBTQ+ and Two Spirit identities, including clinical considerations and best practices for LGBTQ2S+ patients.
  • Health care systems, clinic processes, healthcare terminology, public health, health disparities, health promotion/disease prevention, and disease prevention and intervention.

Hours for this position are typically 8 am-5 pm, Monday – Friday but may vary depending on community events or grant activities. SDUIH practices Indian Preference in hiring.

Full job description:
Clinical Manager

Communications Director
Sioux Falls, SD or Pierre, SD
Starting $68,000-78,000

Full-time (exempt). The Communications Director will assist with matters related to internal and external communications, media, advocacy, and marketing activities for SDUIH. The right person for this position will be flexible, understanding, and consistent in their work at SDUIH. Working for a small healthcare, Native healthcare organization requires someone with some understanding of Native culture and ways of interacting in order to tailor messaging to fit the needs of both SDUIH communities. The Communications Director will need to work with SDUIH team members, community members, local/state/national officials, and the relatives we serve, so the ability to interact easily with diverse populations is a must. SDUIH is an evolving, growing organization that needs a creative thinker and exceptional writer who is good at working with a fast-moving group of people.

The ideal applicants will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, public relations, advertising, public health, or related field. Experience in lieu of formal education is appropriate and acceptable.
  • Three-five years’ experience in communications, marketing, advertising, public relations, or relevant experience.
  • Experience working in a healthcare setting
  • Established work with the Native communities.

Hours for this position are typically 8 am-5 pm, Monday – Friday but may vary depending on community events or grant activities. SDUIH practices Indian Preference in hiring.

Full job description:
Communications Director

How to Apply for Open Positions
-Click to download the employment application: SDUIH Employment Application
-Save the Application once filled out.
-Email the completed Application and a copy of your resume to Aspen.Gillaspie@sduih.org.