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Átawišamataš Program Manager 


Job Summary

The Program Manager of the grant funded Átawišamataš Home Visiting & Doula Program oversees all goals, objectives, work activities and deliverables of this project. The Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (TMIECHV) grant, through the Administration for Children and Families, funds this program through October 1, 2028. The purpose of this program is to promote improved health, developmental, and emotional outcomes in maternal, infant, child, and family populations served at Yellowhawk. As a doula, the position will promote healthy pregnancies, breastfeeding, and parent-infant attachment. While establishing a trusting relationship with young mothers, a doula will provide prenatal, labor, and postpartum support. All duties and responsibilities will be performed in accordance with the Yellowhawk Mission and Vision statements.

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Organizes all activities of the project as outlined in the grantee application with associated timelines.
  2. Prepares all grantee-reporting requirements and attends yearly grantee meetings.
  3. Coordinates and leads team over grant year one and two to develop doula program, policies, procedures, and early program implementation strategies.
  4. Supervises the staff in scheduling and execution of doula services, caseloads, and home visiting curriculum.
  5. Establishes agreements with contractors and oversees their work activities.
  6. Participates on external committees, workgroups, task forces, and other forums to improve Yellowhawk representation and Public Health input.
  7. Coordinates and facilitates all program-related meetings, both internally and externally.
  8. Collaborates with other departments to maintain communication and good working relationship within the organization to ensure quality health care service for patients.
  9. Collaborates with Yellowhawk Public Relations Department for the creation of social media campaigns, advertising, and all print materials utilizing the Communications Policies in place.
  10. Works closely with the primary care/OBGYN provider teams to coordinate care, ensure consistent communication concerning patient health status, care plans, and outcomes of interventions.
  11. As an OHA certified doula: Initiates contact as early in pregnancy as possible, reliably attends sessions with parenting/pregnant women in their homes or other settings, and follows the Doula Program policies and procedures adopted by Yellowhawk for labor support and post-partum care.
  12. Maintains certifications in Family Spirit Curriculum and follows Yellowhawk Home Visiting Policy and Procedures.
  13. Represents Yellowhawk with a respected and viable presence at community events, within the clinic, and while in attendance at conferences, courses, and events outside of the CTUIR boundaries.
  14. Works closely with project evaluators to assure grant data collection and reporting requirements are completed to highest professional standards.
  15. Develops work plan activities annually that align with the Yellowhawk Strategic Plan, Annual Work Plan, and supports the goals of the grant.
  16. Maintains confidentiality in accordance with the Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center Policy Manual, HIPAA and the Privacy Act.
  17. Other duties as assigned.
Position Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Associate’s Degree of Science, Applied Science, or Arts with 2 years of experience in Social Work, Public Health, Childhood Education, Psychology, or related field


High School Diploma with Oregon Health Authority Birth Doula Certification


2 years of applicable experience in maternal child health home visiting, doula care, and grant reporting.

  1. Demonstrated experience with grant management/reporting.
  2. Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office programs and/or other relevant software to meet the needs of the various programs.
  3. Demonstrated high level organizational and planning skills.
  4. Must possess or receive CPR and First Aid certification within ninety (90) days of employment.
  5. Must complete a minimum of 28 in-person contact hours of core curricula for doula certification within ninety (90) days of employment, allowances made per training schedule/opportunity.
  6. Must possess a valid driver’s license and maintain insurance requirements to operate General Services Administration vehicles.
  7. Must submit to and pass a reference and criminal background check.
  8. Must submit to and pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening.
  9. Must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Preferred Qualifications:

  1. Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in related field, preferred.
  2. Experience and/or knowledge of history, culture and health needs of Native American communities preferred.
  3. Experience in a Tribal healthcare system.
Closing Date September 19, 2023 at 4:00 p.m.  
Supervised By Public Health Director  
Salary $51,936.10 - $77,967.90  
Covered Status Yes  
Safety Sensitive Yes  
EOE Statement No employee or job applicant shall be discriminated against in the pursuit of employment due to Race, Color, Religion, Sex or National Origin or any other category protected by law, except as provided by the Indian Preference Act under Title 25, of the U.S.C.  

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