P2IP Project Manager

The Upper Columbia United Tribes (UCUT) are in the process of reintroducing salmon to areas located upstream of Chief Joseph, Grand Coulee, and Spokane River dams. The Coeur d’Alene Tribe (CDAT), Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation (CTCR), Spokane Tribe of Indians (STI), and their consortium UCUT, are the leaders in returning anadromous fish to historically occupied habitats above these barriers. Collectively, they and their partners are implementing a 21-year plan to design, install, and test fish passage facilities and salmon reintroduction strategies. This plan is titled the Phase 2 Implementation Plan, or “P2IP.” The UCUT organization and its member tribes have garnered policy support and secured funding for P2IP activities and are now seeking a project manager that can help keep P2IP implementation organized and focused.

The P2IP Project Manager will be responsible for administrative support to the UCUT organization. The position will report to the UCUT Policy Analyst and be expected to work closely with P2IP experts at three of the five UCUT tribes. This position will include six tasks: 1) project planning and initiation; 2) execution and coordination involving the UCUT organization, the member tribes, and regional partners; 3) risk management and issue resolution; 4) stakeholder coordination and communication; 5) project-specific budget tracking; and 6) project closure.

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