- This is program analysis work at the full performance level with responsibility for planning, developing, monitoring, and evaluating programs administered by contracted agencies who provide services in the following areas: acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), drug and alcohol abuse, maternal and infant health, intellectual disability services, and mental health.
- An employee in this class examines and reviews program proposals, reviews agency budget proposals, evaluates programmatic and operational activities for provider agencies, trains agency personnel to conform to new policies and procedures, and develops methodologies for collection of relevant information. Contact with officials of public and private agencies to gain insight and render assistance in improving existing services or developing new services is important to the work. Employees in this class report to an administrative superior.
(The following conditions must be met for a position to be allocated to this class.)
- The position must be responsible for planning, developing, monitoring, and evaluating programs administered by contracted agencies.
- Work must be performed in the Department of Public Health or the Department of Behavioral Health Services.