Request for Qualifications – Survivorship Outreach Coordinator for Tribal-Based Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (CCCP) in Shelton, WASouth Puget Intertribal Planning Agency
Request for Qualifications – Survivorship Outreach Coordinator for Tribal-Based Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (CCCP)
The South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency (SPIPA), an intertribal consortium based on the Squaxin Island Reservation in Mason County, requests qualifications from well-qualified individuals to provide outreach services for cancer survivorship. The agency’s CCCP is funded through a five-year cooperative agreement between SPIPA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). SPIPA will offer a twelve-month contract, to plan, coordinate, and implement a cancer survivorship focused outreach program. For the complete RFQ, to include the scope of work and the required qualifications, please visit, www.spipa.org. Qualifications must be delivered by 4:00 pm on Tuesday June 4, 2019.
In 1976, these Tribal leaders from the South Puget Sound region had the remarkable vision to join together to create SPIPA(South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency) The original mission of SPIPA, as set forth by the founders: Mel Youckton (Chehalis), Zelma McCloud (Nisqually), Bill Smith (Skokomish), and Cal Peters (Squaxin Island, 1927-2011) was to "study, prepare, and recommend comprehensive Tribal plans; to aid in providing financial and technical assistance to participating Tribal communities; and to otherwise assist in such planning and development as may seem appropriate to promote the general welfare of participating Tribes."