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ICF seeks CDBG-DR SMEs to draft program policies, guidebooks, forms, field memoranda and guidance documentation for a client in North Carolina. In this role you will work directly with the client staff to recommend refinements to operation, documents, and policy to support the consistent and efficient implementation of federal requirements, and to assist with HUD reporting requirements. This position is located near a client site in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Support the staff during HUD monitoring visits
Review requests for information from field staff which require interpretations of program policy based upon case specific facts
Provide training to staff and vendor personnel
Conduct analyses on current processes and working with team leads to identify, document and prioritize process improvements
Monitor construction and application processing to identify the root causes of production bottlenecks and provide technical assistance to the staff to increase production levels
Develop and issue Process Improvement Implementation Plans
Assist staff with ongoing planning related to future disaster response
Provide subject matter expertise for CDBG-DR program planning and Action Plan development
To be considered in this role you will need:
3+ years of direct experience in CDBG-DR program policy and/or implementation for a grantee or sub-recipient
Demonstrated expertise in data analysis, Action Plan development, HUD-compliant policy generation, previous experience generating policies and procedures for a CDBG-DR grantee or sub-recipient
Demonstrated expertise in policy generation or implementation of CDBG-DR single-family housing programs, infrastructure programs, buyout/acquisition programs, or a combination of skills and experience in CDBG-DR policy generation or implementation
Ability to begin data analysis of FEMA and other data to author an original Unmet Needs Analysis within one month of employment start date
Ability to provide finalized original Action Plans for review and approval within the allowed times, as defined by the expected Federal Register Notice
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