Current Available Positions

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN

PROGRAM: Butterfly Healing Center, Taos, NM

STATUS: Regular/Full-Time/Non-Exempt

BENEFITS: Yes

RATE OF PAY: DOE

EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalent

EXPERIENCE: One year working in a residential treatment facility.

PREFERRED CERTIFICATES:  CPR and First Aid or willing to receive the training to become certified.

Submit applications to:

Desiree Hall/HR Specialist

Desiree@enipc.org

505-753-6998 (Fax)

Or call 505-747-1593 ext. 110 for information

These positions are also posted on indeed.com

The Behavioral Health Technician is a member of the direct care staff who works with native youth to ensure that their safety, therapeutic and physical needs are properly met as directed by the individual’s treatment plan, therapeutic goals and interventions determined by the clinical team.   Transport of residents will be necessary as required by program participation in community activities or in order to meet the individual’s medical, dental and vision needs.  On-site stay overnight is determined by schedule.

SECURITY OFFICER

POSITION: SECURITY OFFICER

PROGRAM: Butterfly Healing Center, Taos, NM

STATUS: Regular/Part Time/Non-Exempt

BENEFITS: No

RATE OF PAY: DOE

EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalent.

EXPERIENCE: One year experience in security, law enforcement, military or civilian security services.

REQUIRED CERTIFICATES:  CPR and First Aid Certification or willing to receive the training to become certified.

Submit applications to:

Desiree Hall/HR Specialist

Desiree@enipc.org

505-753-6998 (Fax)

Or call 505-747-1593 ext. 110 for information

These positions are also posted on indeed.com

 

Ensure the safety and protection of residents, employees, and assets in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures.  Promote attitudes of resident responsibility and assists the BHC personnel with the safety of residents staff and visitors.  Ensure the safety and security of the facilities.  In emergency situations, will help coordinate and implement emergency plans and may be the first responder.

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