5F73


PAY RANGE: N22

 

                        HEALTH PROGRAM ANALYSIS SUPERVISOR         

                                                                                                                        (Behavioral Health)

(Chronic Disease Prevention)

            (HIV Diseases-Coun­sel­ing/Testing)

            (HIV Diseases-Program Anal­y­sis)

(Intellectual Disability Services)

            (Maternal and Infant Health)

 

GENERAL DEFINITION

 

            This is supervisory program analysis work overseeing the activities of a group of program analysts engaged in planning, developing, monitoring, and evaluating programs carried out by contracted agencies in the areas of Behavioral Health, Chronic Disease Prevention, HIV Diseases, Intellectual Disability Services, and Maternal and Infant Health. Work includes supervising analysts in the review of ongoing programs, program and budget proposals, and the evaluation of programmatic and operational activities of provider agencies and interacting with representatives of private and public human services agencies, professional and community groups, and the general public. Employees in this class report to an administrative superior.

 

ALLOCATING FACTORS:   (The following conditions must be met for a position to be allocated to this class.)

 

1. This position must supervise a staff of Public Health Program Analysts.

2. The position must be located in the Department of Public Health or the Department of Behavioral Health Services.

 

TYPICAL EXAMPLES OF WORK (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY)

 

ALL SPECIALTIES

 

            Plans, assigns and reviews the activities of a group of program analysts performing analyses of the quality and effectiveness of service and operations of program provider agencies; establishes and modifies practices and procedures to increase operating efficiency and to expedite workflow; identifies program's functions, goals, and objectives as well as prospective clients; consults with private and public human services agency officials on established procedures and problem areas; prepares written reports detailing findings and recommendations; reviews staff reports and evaluates their performance.

            Supervises and participates in the coordination involved in placing prospective clients in appropriate provider programs; oversees the selection and placement process; reviews overall program goals to determine applicability to projected needs of client population; attends meetings with provider officials and program analysts to discuss client needs, openings and program goals; oversees placement of clients based on client needs and geographical location.

            Develops and initiates new programs and standards for evaluation; researches needs for new programs through meetings with staff members and provider agency officials; reviews agency plans for integration with existing city plans and priorities.

            Supervises and participates in reviewing agency budget proposals and amendments; oversees the preparation of planning allocations and budget review of assigned agencies; compares proposed budget year costs with those of prior years; prepares recommendations approving or disapproving budgets and items.

            Trains staff in program analysis work techniques and methodologies; orients analysts in appropriate laws, policies, regulations and procedures.

            Performs related work as required.

 

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SPECIALTY

 

            Performs the above duties in support of mental health, addictions, and children’s programs.

 

CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION SPECIALTY

 

            Performs the above duties in support of chronic disease prevention programs which include Tobacco Control, Nutrition and Physical Activity and/or Youth Wellness services.

 

Tobacco Control Assignment

 

            Performs the above duties related to smoking prevention, smoking cessation, and prevention of secondhand smoke exposure in the community, healthcare, workplace, home and educational environments. 

 

Nutrition and Physical Activity Assignment

 

Performs the above duties related to promoting greater opportunities for and awareness of good nutrition and physical activity in school, afterschool, community, home and institutional environments.

Youth Wellness Assignment

 

            Performs the above duties related to engaging youth in school, afterschool, and community environments to promote smoking prevention, healthy eating, and active living.  

 

HIV DISEASES-COUNSELING/TESTING SPECIALTY

 

            Performs the above duties to support the monitoring of HIV counseling and testing programs.

 

HIV DISEASES - PROGRAM ANALYSIS SPECIALTY

 

            Performs the above duties to support HIV and related service programs.

 

INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY SERVICES SPECIALTY

 

            Performs the above duties in support of intellectual disability services programs.

 

MATERNAL AND INFANT HEALTH SPECIALTY

 

            Performs the above duties to support maternal and infant health programs.

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

 

KNOWLEDGE OF:

 

•           the principles, practices and techniques of program development and analysis work as applied to the care and treatment of clients within the area of specialization

•           the laws, regulations, and guidelines pertaining to the area of specializa­tion

•           administrative principles, policies and procedures as they apply to the promotion and coordination of programs in the area of specialization

•           the methods of determining community and client needs and resources

•           the practices and procedures used in the examination of fiscal documents and records

•           funding proposal planning and application procedures

•           the principles, practices, and procedures used in preparing annual public and private program budgets

•           current research methodology in the area of program planning, performance and outcome measurement, evaluation, and monitoring

 

ABILITY TO:

 

•           supervise lower level analysts and clerical staff

•           gather information on service programs and operations and to analyze and evaluate service data for compliance with contract terms and performance and outcome measurement

•           interpret local, state, and federal laws, regulations, and ordinances and to resolve related agency problems

•           prepare detailed written reports of findings, conclusions, and recommenda­tions and to express ideas effectively both orally and in writing

•           conduct site visits at program facilities

•           establish and maintain effective working relationships with agency officials, staff, associates, funding agency representatives, and community groups

 

MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE  (The following statement represents the minimum training and experience standards which will be used to admit or reject applicants for tests.  Applications submitted by candidates for this class will be reviewed based on training and experience requirements as approved on 4/15.)

 

EDUCATION:

 

ALL SPECIALTIES

 

            Completion of a master's degree program at an accredited college or university with major coursework in the social or behavioral sciences, education, public health or public administra­tion.

 

AND

GENERAL EXPERIENCE:

 

            One year of administrative, technical or social work experience in public or private behavioral health, chronic disease prevention, intellectual disability, HIV and related diseases, women and/or children health service programs.

 

AND

SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE:

 

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SPECIALTY

 

            One year of administrative, technical or social work experience in a public or private mental health or addiction services program (children or adult) at the full performance level that has included planning, developing, implementing and monitoring programs involving direct services, practices and techniques.

 

OR

 

CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION SPECIALTY

 

            One year of administrative or technical experience at the full performance level in a public program with responsibility for planning, developing, monitoring, and evaluating wellness programs administered by contracted agencies which provide Tobacco Control, Nutrition and Physical Activity and/or Youth Wellness services.

 

OR

 

HIV DISEASES-COUNSELING/TESTING SPECIALTY

                                                                                

            Completion of a Center for Disease Control (CDC) approved HIV/AIDS counseling and testing course or program.

 

AND

EXPERIENCE:

 

            One year of administrative, technical or social work experience in a pub­lic, private or community-based HIV/AIDS related service or program at the full performance level that has included planning, developing, implementing and monitoring such programs and performing HIV/AIDS counseling and testing involving direct services, practices and techniques.

 

OR

 

HIV DISEASES - PROGRAM ANALYSIS SPECIALTY

 

            One year of administrative, technical or social work experience in a public or private HIV/AIDS or related service program at the full performance level that has included planning, developing, implementing and monitoring programs involving direct services, practices and techniques.

 

OR

 

INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY SERVICES SPECIALTY

 

            One year of administrative, technical or social work experience in a public or private intellectual disability services program (adult or children) at the full performance level that has included planning, developing, implementing and monitoring programs involving direct services, practices and techniques.

 

OR

 

MATERNAL AND INFANT HEALTH SPECIALTY

 

            One year of administrative or technical social work experience in a public, private or community based women and/or child health program at the full performance level that has included planning, developing, implementing and monitoring programs involving direct services, practices and techniques. 

 

OR

 

            Any equivalent combination of education and experience acceptable to the Office of Human Resources, which has included a bachelor's degree as an educational minimum and the specific experience.

 

NOTE:  Selective Factor Certification may be utilized, as needed, to fill specific positions.  In accordance with Civil Service Regulation 11.032 – Selective Factor Certification – the appointing authority may request certification of eligible candidates with the required degree, specific experience and/or registration to fill specific positions in this class.  Certification to fill such positions will be made from the two highest-ranking eligible candidates on the eligible list who possess the specified degrees and/or experience.

 

PHYSICAL AND MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS

 

            Ability to physically perform the duties and to work in the environmental conditions required of a position in this class.

 

Class Established 4/85

Spec. Revision:

CSC ‑ 4/98

Ad. Board - 6/98

Spec. Revision:

CSC ‑ 8/11

Ad. Board - 9/11

Latest Spec. Revision:

CSC – 4/15

Ad. Board – 4/15

 

JL