Our employees are the source of our success and they share our commitment to our customers. KANA employees work across departments to ensure the best and most
cohesive services possible for our beneficiaries and clients. KANA offers a wide range of career opportunities for those who are eager to develop their skills while contributing to our dedicated team. Our goal is to attract and retain talented individuals with the enthusiasm and dedication to join us in our mission.
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Assists Dentists, Dental Health Aide Therapists, and Dental Hygienists in the direct delivery of primary care dental services to the beneficiaries of Kodiak Area Native Association and the greater Kodiak Community.
Performs, coordinates and manages minor construction projects, renovations, and major maintenance projects and provides facilities and maintenance support to ensure a safe, secure, and clean environment in KANA facilities.
Responsible for financial analysis, planning, budgeting, and support of the financial operations of the organization.Timely and accurate preparation of financial reports and statements and ensuring appropriate accounting control procedures.
Responsible for preparing and writing proposals and applications to secure grant funding for KANA. Accountable for the overall planning, coordination, development, writing, and editing of grant proposals to ensure submission on or before deadlines.
Provide Early Intervention/Infant Learning Program (EI/ILP) occupational therapy services and family service coordinator services to eligible children, birth to three years of age, and their families in the Kodiak Island Borough.