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As one of the largest public health service nonprofit organizations in New York City, Public Health Solutions (PHS) improves health among the city’s most vulnerable populations by tackling social and clinical factors that impact New Yorkers’ ability to thrive. Today PHS serves 200,000+ New Yorkers annually, and we support the work of more than 200 community-based nonprofit organizations. PHS implements innovative, cost-effective population-based health programs; conducts research providing insight on effective public health interventions; and provides services to government and other nonprofits to address public health issues. Together with our colleagues in the service sector, government, philanthropy and policy organizations, we are thought leaders and cutting-edge public health professionals in New York City, New York State and truly, throughout the country.
Highlights of our work include:
• Providing direct services to over 80,000 New Yorkers a year, primarily families with children. These services address critical needs in low-income communities, including food security; nutrition and obesity; women’s reproductive health; early childhood development; HIV prevention and access to care; quality healthcare access; and tobacco control.
• Promoting the imminent eradication of AIDS in NYC through research, service delivery and funding administration. We engage 200+ community-based organizations around the city in HIV-related outreach. Our network serves 96,000 people living with or at risk of becoming infected with HIV/AIDS.
• Developing technology-based interventions and social marketing public health campaigns using video, social media, and interactive internet-based applications, specifically in the areas of reproductive health, HIV prevention and childhood obesity prevention.
Contracting and Management Services (CAMS), a division of Public Health Solutions, administers millions of dollars in public health funding through “master contracts” with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCDOHMH). Since 1991, CAMS has funded services for people living with HIV/AIDS under the federal Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act, and since 2000, for HIV prevention services. CAMS contracts with community-based organizations, hospitals, clinics, mental health clinics and other organizations for services in areas as diverse as early childhood mental health, cancer screening, substance abuse treatment and risk reduction, family planning and HIV/AIDS. In addition, CAMS has recently expanded its portfolio of contracting services to include a broad array of non-HIV/AIDS public health and human services initiatives.
CAMS implements innovative reimbursement and monitoring approaches, and helps service providers to meet their contractual goals through direct technical assistance and partnering with NYCDOHMH for program assistance. CAMS promotes effective service delivery, program and fiscal integrity by setting and communicating standards, and by collecting, analyzing and reporting on program data.
Specifically, the Deputy Director, Analysis and Reporting will be responsible for:
Managing the analysis of program data of over several hundred Ryan White Part A, HIV Prevention, and other public health contracts, worth more than $150 million.
- Represents Analysis & Reporting Unit in CAMS senior management contexts, and to external partners such as the NYC Department of Health.
- Manages unit projects from planning to completion, such as semi-annual and annual reporting to funders, Service Category Scorecards, and Continuous Quality Improvement process.
- Trains, supervises and supports staff with the analysis of projects’ data for contract and program management functions, as well as external reporting, strategic planning and internal management.
- Assures quality of work produced to comply with internal/external requests, conditions of award and master contract requirements.
Qualifications and Experience:
- Master’s degree in Public Administration, Planning, Public Health or related field.
- Minimum of Four years of experience doing analysis within projects involving large quantitative and qualitative sets of programmatic, financial and client service data from the human service, public health or justice sectors.
- Strong knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL) and Excel.
- Understanding of relational databases. Knowledge of GIS mapping software, and of statistical analysis software, preferred.
- Experience in a supervisory, management, or staff training role.
- Excellent written communication skills.
- Experience creating numerically and visually informative reports.
- Ability to switch readily between zooming out to a big-picture understanding and zooming in to monitor fine-grained details.
PHS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women, people of color, persons with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, and veterans.
Why else should you join our team? Here are our benefits.
- Competitive salary
- Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) policy
- Medical, dental, and life insurance
- A retirement savings plan, including employer contributions and the opportunity for your own tax-advantaged savings
- Flexible spending benefit plans for medical and dependent care
- Group Long-Term Disability Insurance
- Commuter Benefit Plan
Minimum Education Required