Health Project Manager

Klamath Tribal Health & Family S   Klamath Falls, OR   Full-time     Project Management
Posted on September 3, 2021
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Health Project Manager

Step 22 ($48,368) – Step 41 ($84,813) Full-Time Benefits Regular – Full -Time The Project Manager will work with the Administrative Officer (AO) to commence, continue and complete the development and finalization of Klamath Tribal Health & Family’s (KTHFS) strategic and operational plans, project plans and budget; implementation, monitoring, and control of projects; community development; and work with suppliers to deliver, document and report on approved Tribal Health projects.


1. Responsible for facilitating the development and implementation Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services approved projects and programs. Plan, develop, implement, and monitor projects within various KTHFS Departments.

2. Develop, coordinate, prepare, and revise various project plans and implementation strategies for community development, land acquisition, land use, and for the overall development efforts which are designed to support the long-term self-sufficiency of Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services.

3. Coordinate and assist in project planning and development of KTHFS projects, programs and economic and business development opportunities, including site planning and development, facilities planning and design, and identification of available funding sources.


Knowledge of project, business and management principles involved in planning, resource allocation, leadership techniques, production methods and coordination of people and resources. Ability to coordinate multiple projects. General knowledge and understanding of the Klamath Tribes' government organization, functions, policies, goals, priorities, and operating programs.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION REQUIRED to possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management, engineering, construction, or related field. (Must submit copy of degree or transcripts with application.)

REQUIRED to possess at least three years of demonstrated project management experience or combination of education and experience equal to seven years in project management or administration of a local, tribal, or state community program.

REQUIRED to have work packages, work breakdown structures and scope of work experience, including planning, scheduling, estimating project costs and timeframe for completion.