Employment & Volunteer Opportunities
Please click here to download the employment application from Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council / Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiology Center. This application will be accepted in lieu of a resume if you do not have a resume to send with your application.
Under the direction of the Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiology Center (RMTEC) Director and Project Manager, the Staff Epidemiologist will be primarily responsible for the implementation, data collection, data entry, cleaning and reporting of all projects at the RMTLC/RMTEC. The Staff Epidemiologist will work closely with Director, Project Manager and Senior Epidemiologists on all RMTEC media and publications. Duties will be extended to administrative assistance including assisting with the RMTLC/RMTEC documents filing and reporting and other projects as needed. Position salary will be based upon experience and education.
Public Health Specialist
Under the direction of the Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiology Center (RMTEC) Project Manager, the Public Health Specialist will be primarily responsible for conducting ongoing research for program funding sources that support the Division’s Strategic Plan. As needed, the Public Health Specialist will assist the Senior Epidemiologist in completing an annual community health profiles and assist RMTLC staff with day-to-day job duties. The Public Health Specialist will also participate and/or lead activities to assure goals are achieved and grant deliverables are met. There are TWO Public Health Specialist positions available. Position salary will be based upon experience and education.
Under the direction of the Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiology Center (RMTEC) Director, the Project Manager will be primarily responsible for providing supervisory oversight of RMTEC projects and grants on a daily, annual, and project basis. The Project Manager will be tasked with preparing program reports, providing budgetary supervision of project expenditures, and liaising with funding agencies, staff, collaborators, and other Tribal Leaders Council programs.