|Under general supervision performs work of considerable difficulty in the management of a public program or functional unit; performs related work as assigned.Note: This position is funded by the Tobacco and Chronic Disease grant and is contingent upon continued grant funding.|
• Plans, develops, implements, administers and evaluates programs that provide services to the public
• Assesses community needs and engages community resources to enhance existing programs
• Researches best practices and implements strategies to increase effectiveness
• Works with community partners to create innovative solutions that serve the public
• Writes grant proposals and develops new funding sources
• Prepares and administers program budgets, with administrative oversight
• Develops, evaluates and revises policies and procedures to improve program efficiency and effectiveness
• Supervises, evaluates and recommends disciplinary action for assigned personnel.
• Implements programs that align with and support the strategic plan
• Negotiates, administers and monitors contracts
• Ensures adherence to federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations
• Maintains working relationships with community agencies and organizations
• Monitors budget expenditures
• Develops programs to create community awareness of service availability
• Develops and implements training
• May assist other divisions within the department
• May serve as team leader and periodically as multi-agency team leader or project managerThe Essential Functions of this position include: driving, working with and around others; co-workers, clients, agencies, etc.; working alone; vision acuity (near and far); dealing with interruptions; hearing and speech for ordinary conversation.
|Bachelor’s degree in public/business administration, or a related field within subject area and three years public program management experience, including at least one year of supervisory experience; OR, any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must obtain an Arizona driver’s license by date of hire and maintain it throughout employment. Fingerprint clearance may be required.
This position is exempt from overtime.
The ideal candidate has experience in the public health field with a diverse range of programs and public audiences; experience with community collaboration projects as well as the ability to present health issues to diverse groups of people is essential; grant management experience; successful grant-writing experience is a plus. We are seeking a manager with a vision and team-building and coaching skills to lead staff to create, reach, and exceed program goals.
Note: The salary listed is starting range. The full salary is $52,139 – $76,676 annual equivalent.
|Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:|
|• Considerable knowledge of:
– Public program planning, development, budgeting and management
– State and federal program guidelines and regulations
– Community needs and resources
– Principles and practices of effective supervision
– The theory, principles, practices and techniques of designated program services and related assigned duties
– Principles and practices of providing social services to culturally diverse populations
– Software applications commonly used in program management• Skill in:
– Analyzing programs and services, and structuring new programs and improvements
• Ability to:
AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.
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