Chumash Enterprises

Grant Associate

ID 2023-1416
Tribal Health Clinic
Position Type
US-CA-Santa Ynez


The purpose of the position is to assist in day-to-day functions to support and carryout activities set forth by grants at the Santa Ynez Tribal Health Clinic, including, but not limited to, SAMHSA Native Connections Program, Prop 63, and Healing Path programs. Works independently and collaboratively to ensure health fairs are organized efficiently and effectively.


• Coordinates project services and project activities including training, communication, and information dissemination. 
• Assists in the planning and completion of comprehensive community assessments, including, but not limited to, onsite and online data collection, focus groups, and key stakeholder interviews.
• Utilizes and sustains central filing system; formulates procedures for systematic retention, protection, retrieval, transfer, and disposition of records; utilizes computers and computer software to document community assessment findings. 
• Assists with correspondence and reports; develops publicity materials regarding community assessments.
• Plans and executes community-based prevention programs. 
• Assists SYTHC and adjunct staff in the oversight and support of a Santa Ynez Band of Mission Indians (SYBMI) Youth Council.
• Aids in the development of improved policies, procedures, and protocols for youth in-line with community-based input.
• Assists with the maintenance of an organized filing system by which to monitor grant activities (SAP).
• Help develop and execute health fair plans. 
• Create and manage SYTHC’s social media accounts. 
• Performs other duties as assigned.


• Enrollment in higher education or college degree (psychology, education or related field) or equivalent professional experience.
• Familiarity with/experience working in a multicultural setting
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite of products, including Microsoft Word and Excel
• Ability to organize and prioritize grant deliverables.
• Knowledge of and experience with process data and outcome collection techniques.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate information and ideas clearly and accurately, both verbally and in writing.
• Ability to operate with minimal supervision. 
• Ability to handle stressful situations. 
• Ability to work well with others. 
• Attention to detail on technical, procedural, and administrative tasks. 
• Problem-solving skills. 
• Highly organized with excellent time management skills. 
• Ability to operate a vehicle for offsite support.

• Knowledge and experience with grants is preferred.
• Related experience in field is preferred.
• Native American preferred. 


90 Via Juana Drive

Minimum Pay Rate

$21.71 per hour

Maximum Pay Rate

$25.54 per hour


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