| The IHS is required by law to give absolute preference to qualified applicants who meet the Secretary of the Interior's definition of Indian for appointment to vacancies within the IHS in accordance with established IHS policy as outlined in the Indian Health Manual Part 7, Chapter 3. The IHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION: The positions are located within the Great Plains Area IHS. There MAY
NOT be immediate vacancies at all locations. Interested applicants should check
with the local Administrative Office concerning immediate employment needs.
Positions may also be filled at other IHS locations including the Great Plains
Area Office and Tribe Organizations as vacancies occur. Exceptional recruiting difficulty may result in payment of a recruitment or relocation incentive/bonus. NOTE: This position is replacing the position IHS-16-GP-1611838-ESEP/MP. If you would still like to be considered for this position you will need to re-apply under this vacancy and your application will remain active in the system for three (3) months for any availabilities. This position is being announced concurrently under Delegated Examining procedures. Please review vacancy announcement number ++IHS-16-GP-1657063-DE++; for eligibility requirements. NOTE: Applicants must apply separately for each announcement in order to be considered under each hiring plan. The purpose of this position is to provide comprehensive care to pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients within the Great Plains Area.
AMMENDMENT: FORT TOTTEN LOCATION
ONLY"This facility is planning to be contracted
by the Spirit Lake Tribe, this means, if selected, you will be required to sign
a formal Intergovernmental Personnel Agreement (IPA) to be assigned to work for
the Tribe or be separated from Federal employment. While under an IPA incumbent
remains a Federal worker occupying a federal position, still being paid by IHS
and maintaining Federal benefits." |
Candidates eligible under Indian Preference authority; Federal employee serving on career/career-conditional appointments; reinstatement eligibles; applicants eligible for non-competitive appointment; VEOA/VRA/30% disabled veterans; CTAP/ICTAP; Schedule A eligibles; PHS Commissioned Corps Personnel; Direct Hiring Authority.
About Indian Health Service
The Indian Health Service (IHS) works to ensure all American Indian and Alaska Native people receive comprehensive health care services and all Indian health facilities are staffed with well-trained, compassionate, committed health care professionals. IHS’ Division of Health Professions Support (DHPS) provides for the education, recruitment and retention of health care professionals through the IHS Scholarship Program, the IHS Extern Program and the IHS Loan Repayment Program (LRP).
An Indian health career offers clinicians an extraordinary career opportunity to provide comprehensive, patient-centered care in a variety of disciplines and health care facility settings. An Indian health career offers dedicated practitioners a chance to live and work within Native communities, providing them with a unique opportunity to learn the heritage of the Tribe, discover the traditions that have been carried down for generations and gain cultural insight into the beliefs and values of this deserving and appreciative patient population.
IHS is hiring physicians, pharmacists, dentists, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other health professionals, offering three distinct career paths — the civil service, within a Tribal or Urban Indian Program or through the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. Applicants must be US citizens, board eligible and board certified. For more information, visit www.ihs.gov/careeropps.
The policy of the IHS is to provide absolute preference to qualified Indian applicants and employees who are suitable for federal employment in filling vacancies within the IHS. IHS is an equal opportunity employer.