Ho Mas Gi Program Development Project Manager

Klamath Tribal Health & Family S   Klamath Falls, OR   Full-time     Project Management
Posted on September 16, 2023

Ho Mas Gi Program Development Project Manager Step Range: 30 ($61,271) – 49 ($107,439) Regular – Part -Time

The Ho Mas Gi Program Development Project Manager position is designed to coordinate health, education and related programs that help individuals, families and communities maximize and maintain healthy lifestyles. The Project Manager will work to create a program that will strive to facilitate health behaviors and practices within and among the tribal communities to galvanize a better quality of health, improve life expectancy and a healthier lifestyle in all ages. The Klamath Tribes Culture and Traditions are at the heart of this initiative. Ho ‘Mas Gi means Healthy People, Healthier Tribes. It is a saying that is translated into English means “That Way Be’ or more colloquially, “Be THAT Way”.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Creates, manages and operationalizes all program development efforts to include traditional and non-traditional program opportunities. Analyzes opportunities, grants and proposals and make recommendations on potential program strategies. To include streamlining efforts already being done. 2. Proposal to include vision, mission, organizational chart and structure. Create a Ho Mas Gi Advisory Committee and a charter/by-laws. 3. Develops and articulates strategic approaches, partnerships, management/staffing plans, M&E, budgets and project designs.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES: 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 tasks and projects. Considerable knowledge of theories, practices, and principles as they apply to government planning, community development, program development, data collection and analysis.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION: Required to possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management, Health Care Management, or related field. (Must submit copy of degree or transcripts with application.) Required to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus or have a valid medical or religious exemption as a term and condition of employment (Must submit copy of vaccination card or request an accommodation form). 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.