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Executive Director  (closes 1/31/2019)

The position is a senior level administrative position under the immediate direction of the Chair of the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board. Responsibilities include program planning, reporting, directing budgets and growth, and coordinating, developing and maintaining collaborative building with local, state, tribal and federal governments or organizations.

The position shall increase diverse program offerings to the tribes the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board (SPTHB) serves. Specific requirements include organizational leadership, effective communication, knowledge of policies, regulations, and legislation impacting area tribal health programs, experience with increasing fundraising capacity, knowledge of budget formulation, planning, reporting, grant writing, and decision making.



Finance Director  (closes 1/31/2019)

The Southern Plains Tribal Health Board (SPTHB) Oklahoma Area Tribal Epidemiology Center (TEC) Grants Finance Coordinator (GFC) is responsible for financial reporting, individual grants data entry/reconciliation, budget management. The GFC reports to the Finance Director. Incumbent is a hands-on and participative team member charged with developing and adhering to funding agency and SPTHB fiscal policies and procedures.

Incumbent plays a critical role in partnering with senior leadership in strategic decision making and operations as the organization continues to enhance its quality programming and build capacity. Activities will be geared toward maximizing and strengthening the internal capacity of the organization. Incumbent is charged with following granting agency funding requirements specific to federally funded grants, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), company fiscal policies, and Office of Management and Budgets guidelines.


PT Program Assistant  (closes 1/31/2019)

Under the general direction of the Making Connections project coordinator, assists with planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs that promote the mental health and wellbeing of American Indian (AI) boys and men; collects, enters, and retrieves data in preparation for analysis; coordinates community activities and events that promote awareness of AI male health; presents on topics related to AI male mental health and wellbeing; collaborates and networks with stakeholders, partners, and coalition members to advocate for and advance policies related to AI male mental health and wellbeing; and other job duties as assigned.


Evaluator (TECPHI)  (closes 1/31/2019)

Under limited supervision of the Tribal Epidemiology Center Public Health Infrastructure (TECPHI) Program Coordinator, performs program evaluation activities for public health chronic diseases programs including tobacco prevention and control programs, physical activity and nutrition programs, and other chronic disease programs for Tribes, tribal organizations, and urban Indian clinics in the Indian Health Service Oklahoma City Area (IHS-OCA) (Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas).


Epidemiologist/Biostatistician (OSTLTS)  (closes 1/31/2019)

Under the general direction of the OSTLTS Opioid Project Program Coordinator, works in collaboration with tribes, tribal programs, Indian Health Service (IHS), state and local programs to develop, maintain and improve surveillance-related data collection, analysis, and interpretation to ensure comprehensive, improved quality health data are available and accessible to the Native American population in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.


The SPTHB is an equal opportunity employer & prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin/ancestry, age, disability, marital & veteran status. For more information about equal employment opportunity protections, view the EEO is the Law poster.