The following provides a general description of duties and a more specific description of requirements for the Health Program Analyst III. Please note that the summary of responsibilities and required abilities identified below are not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.
The Health Program Analyst III (HPA III) will provide MOU/MOA and contract management for schools, city entities, and other organizations that provide contract tracers for CCIB. The HPA III will work closely with the CCIB Deputy, with ODT, administrative support staff, and outside entity leadership to ensure the facilitation and processing of contracts, as well as the onboarding and training of contact tracers. The HPA III will report directly to the CCIB Deputy for professional oversight and direction.
The duties of the HPA III include, but are not limited to:
- Provide administrative oversight and management of MOU/MOA and contracts with various entities for contact tracing using best practices and independent judgment;
- Serve as the liaison between various entities and the local health department;
- Analyze contract requirements, special provisions, and terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, and policies and procedures;
- Work with the onboarding team and training teams to ensure a smooth process in organizing contract tracers;
- Analyze data and information from onboarding process to provide recommendations and updates to all contact tracing onboarding and training process;
- Provide reports, as necessary, to monitor flow of contact tracers and onboarding program;
- Understand internal control framework to prevent fraud, waste, and abuse;
- Comply with DPH training regarding confidential information related to personal information; and
- Accept responsibility for other duties as assigned.
- A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in either Public Health Administration, Epidemiology, Public Health Statistics, Public Health Microbiology or Communicable Disease Control -AND- five years of experience in the analysis of mental health or public health programs. A Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in either Public Health Administration, Epidemiology, Public Health Statistics, Public Health Microbiology or Communicable Disease Control may be substituted for one year of the required experience; and
- A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize and alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.
- Windows-based laptop or desktop device, with a speaker and mic;
- Reliable Wi-Fi/internet access;
- Strong organizational skills;
- Highly proficient in various computer programs, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and other specialized programs.
- Team Player;
- Excellent follow through ability;
- Able to work with staff at all levels of the organization;
- Diplomatic approach;
- Ability to maintain a professional, positive attitude and work ethic;
- Excellent critical thinking and judgment skills;
- Detail-oriented; and
- Excellent oral and written communication skills