ScreenWise Lead Program Coordinator (Program Analyst 3)

Organization/Company Name: 
Oregon Health Authority
Position Description: 

This is a full-time, permanent classified position which is represented by a union.

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Adolescent, Genetic and Reproductive Health (AGRH) Section in Portland, OR is recruiting for a ScreenWise Lead Program Coordinator to lead and coordinate ScreenWise program planning, operations, implementation and evaluation activities. The ScreenWise program works to reduce cancer burden and health inequities in Oregon through early detection of breast and cervical cancer, risk factor screening, education, linkage to medical treatment, and surveillance.

Most of this work may be conducted remotely at an alternate worksite with full access to the needed operating systems and technology.  However, there are times that the work will need to be conducted at the central work location listed in this announcement, the Portland State Office Building located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, OR 97232. Work location may be reconsidered based on changing needs of the program.

What will you do?
As the ScreenWise Lead Program Coordinator, you will perform the following duties:

  • Recommend policies, procedures, and systems to ensure ScreenWise patients receive equitable, high-quality preventive screenings, diagnostic services, and treatment referrals.
  • Work with Data Specialist to implement and monitor data system functionality for staff and external partners.
  • Coordinate with internal partners, local health departments, health care providers, and community organizations.
  • Lead initiation, administration, and termination of contracts and Medical Service Agreements (MSA) with statewide network of clinical providers.
  • Oversee grant related activities, including planning, communications, maintenance, and reporting requirements.
  • Monitor expenditures and make recommendations for budgets and spending plans.
  • Lead program planning and evaluation to ensure delivery of services and identify areas for quality improvement based on data results.
  • Prepare program staff for CDC monitoring and site visits.
  • Develop and deliver reports and presentations for internal and external partners and stakeholders.

What's in it for you?
The public health division is a team of passionate individuals working to promote health across the lifespan of individuals, families, and communities. We value and support unique perspectives using a trauma-informed approach and aim to reflect these values in our hiring practices, professional development, and workplace. We are committed to racial equity as a driving factor to improve health outcomes for all communities that experience inequities.

Position Function: 
Position Type: 
Full Time
$4,993 - $7,664/month

We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and 10 paid holidays per year plus pension and retirement plans. If you are an experienced public health program manager, apply today.

Required Qualifications and Experience: 

What are we looking for?

Minimum Requirements

A bachelor’s degree in public health or a related field AND four years of experience coordinating a public health program related to health promotion;


A master’s degree in public health or a related field AND three years of experience coordinating a public health program related to health promotion;


Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years of experience coordinating a public health program related to health promotion.

 Requested Skills

  • Experience leading and coordinating a publicly funded health program.
  • Awareness and understanding of impact of health disparities and cultural differences on service delivery, relationship development and educational materials.
  • Experience developing and implementing long-term program plans, goals, and objectives.
  • Experience overseeing grant processes, budgets, and spending plans.
  • Experience developing and implementing healthcare quality improvement and quality assurance plans.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Extensive experience establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with partners and stakeholders.
  • Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.
  • Proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook, and Teams.
800 NE Oregon St
Portland, OR 97232
Where Will Work Be Performed?: 
To Be Determined
Application deadline: 
Monday, May 23, 2022