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The CCHIP Program Director is responsible for the general oversight of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS funded projects through CDPH for: Ruth M Rothstein CORE Center, Provident Hospital, South Suburban HIV/AIDS Regional Clinics, Austin CBC and the Community Mobilization Programs for the LGBTQ targeted population. They will also oversee and collaborate with CCHIP Site Leads to assure compliance and achievement of program goals and objectives; inclusive of continual development of innovative program design for HIV services and the expansion of Sexual Health/HIV Prevention for vulnerable populations. The Program Director will lead and participate in the procurement of new grant proposals and renewal of existing grants, final submissions, as well as ensuring the timely submission of all reports related to the funded programs; also, work in collaboration with the Project Management Administrator for fiscal/budget management. The Program Director will be responsible for CDPH site visit preparation, project monitoring calls, and the coordination and execution of all administrative reporting functions to support the CCHIP Sites, in collaboration with the Data Team, Director of Quality Improvement, and Executive Committee Department Heads.
- Collaborate with program staff, Center for Health Equity & Innovation, Hektoen and providers to develop and submit grant applications.
- Creates monthly, quarterly, and year-end statistical reports to track personnel hours, agency usage, patient census reports, and other reports used to track departmental expenses.
- Provide high level administrative support to the Executive Director by preparing all department correspondence and drafting year end progress reports.
- Supervise & Oversee the Data/Quality Management Department
- Liaison to City agencies and advocacy groups including regular participation with community planning council, service planning council as well as regional planning council.
- Facilitates preparations for all annual site visits by regulatory and funder agencies.
- Supervises and provide training for all Site Leads. Assure scopes and program goals and objectives are being achieved.
- Maintain a Working Knowledge of federal, state, local and private resources appropriate to the achievement of programmatic objectives.
- Enhance Professional Development and Maintain an Area of Specialization for self.
- Participate in all CCHIP Meetings, Site meetings, County’s mandatory training and meetings, and Community events.
- Adhere to CCHIP and CCH Specific Policies & Procedures
- Provide Excellent Customer Service when interacting with clients and internal and external customers.
- Other duties as assigned by Supervisor
QUALIFICATIONS – Knowledge/Skills/Experience
Minimal Formal Education Required: Master’s degree in Public Health, Human Services, Health Services or related field required. Minimal Length & Nature of Experience required: Five years or more progressive experience including budget preparation, grant writing, monitoring, planning and program development experience. Prior experience in project management with responsibility for tracking timetables and project status. Experience with STD/HIV public policy and program. Prior experience in a supervisory capacity.Special Knowledge and Skills Required: Ability to function autonomously as a worker and as a team member. Excellent oral and written communication skills, problem solving and conflict resolution skills. Well organized, able to prioritize, results oriented, and self-motivate. Successful experience with development of grant proposals. Demonstrated ability to utilize Microsoft Office Program, Access, and Excel and similar data base experience. Comfortable working on multiple projects and in a fast-paced environment preferred.