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 sub-recipients.
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
Boston Public Health Commission