In addition to all duties in Program Coordinator I, Program Coordinator II will perform these duties:
- Under supervision of Manager or Director, will be responsible for monitoring specific contracts and program activities; providing technical and monitoring assistance to assure funded programs attain contracted goals & objectives; quarterly & annual reporting of program activities; assistance with the development of Part A grant application and the local RFP process and other written assignments as necessary; maintaining consistent contact with other public administrators, community providers and other parties as needed; and working collaboratively with grant & fiscal staff to ensure system accountability.
- Plans and develops monitoring and reporting systems for program performance for funded programs.
- Develops procedures for continuous monitoring activities including site visits.
- Provides technical assistance to funded community based organizations.
- Prepares quarterly program reports and annual reports for HRSA & program summaries for use during the RFP process.
- Develops and maintains all communication involved in the monitoring activities for funded programs.
- Regularly attends both fiscal and programmatic meetings.
- May prepare and facilitate fiscal information needed for any RFP's in upcoming funding cycles as well as coordinate the contracting process with subrecipients.
- Performs other duties as required.
This job description is based on the Program Coordinator Series. May be required to perform any and all duties and responsibilities of a Coordinator I, as set forth in the BPHC Coordinator Series.
- Master's degree in Public Health, Health Policy Administration, or a related discipline, such as sociology, organizational psychology, public health nursing, or health communications required; OR BA/BS and 2 years of equivalent experience in public health program coordination, management and/or community organizing; OR 5 years of equivalent experience in public health program coordination, management and/or community organizing may be substituted for undergraduate degree. Licenses, certifications or program specific experience may be required by grant or program needs.
- Advanced experience with and knowledge of local community agencies.
- Experience designing and implementing public health or health related programs and initiatives.
- Knowledge of public health, and epidemiological, outreach and educational models related to HIV and AIDS.
- Demonstrated ability to establish effective communications and working relationships with community providers.
- Ability to write clear, concise reports, & to follow & give written and oral instructions in a precise, understandable manner.
- Experience planning community meetings and events.
- Excellent organizational and oral and written communication skills.
- Ability and experience working with diverse populations.
- Advanced knowledge & experience with MSOffice and knowledge of data analysis and epidemiology.
- Bilingual, bicultural a plus
- City of Boston Residency Required
- A Criminal Offenders Records Information request must be completed for this position; however, a record is not an automatic bar to employment but is reviewed in relation to the job applied for
- Any position that requires an advanced degree will be subject to education verification
- This is a grant funded position
- The Boston Public Health Commission is an EEO Employer and all applicants meeting the minimum
- requirements are eligible to apply
SEIU Programs, Grade 15
$993.89 - $1,187.79 DOE
Monday - Friday 35 hours per week