Program Coordinator II (18-month Project) - Auditor's Office
Company: Clark County Washington
Posted on: April 8, 2021
Program Coordinator II (18-month Project) - Auditor's Office
Public Service Center Job Summary Clark County Auditor's Office is
seeking to fill (1) 18-month Project Program Coordinator II
position. This position performs professional planning,
administration, and coordination of projects and activities funded
by Clark County and other public and private funders related to the
American Rescue Plan and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. This
position will plan, monitor, evaluate, administer and coordinate
new programs and initiatives for recent or expected federal and
state funding provided as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and
its aftermath, and work with other staff to coordinate resources.
Program Coordinator II positions have significant responsibility
and autonomy, and include lead duties, decision making within the
scope of authority, and direct support to department and County
Key responsibilities include implementation of new funding into
services that meet local, state, and federal outcome requirements;
program development; technical assistance; research and analysis;
report writing, and contract management.
This is a full-time, exempt, limited-duration project position
currently funded through 10/31/2022.
First review of applications will be April 16, 2022. Depending on
the number of qualified applicants, this posting may or may not be
extended beyond the first review date. Qualifications Education and
Experience: Program Manager II positions typically require a job
related Bachelor's degree or Master's Degree; and/or a combination
of experience and specialized training which includes a minimum of
five (5) years experience within the assigned area.The ideal
candidate will have the following strengths:
- Knowledge of federal, state, and local funding sources, with
federal grant reporting experience a plus.
- Knowledge of evidence-based best practices.
- Experience preparing and presenting information to boards.
- Experience providing technical assistance and implementing
research-based best practices.
- Experience facilitating program selection/Requests For
Application (RFA) or Requests for Proposals (RFP).
- Demonstrated time-management and organizational skills. Ability
to effectively handle multiple priorities.
- Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Ability to
develop and maintain effective working relationships.
- Strong analytical, research and written communication
skills.---Knowledge of: The principles and practices of program
management, including planning, scheduling, monitoring, and problem
solving; methods and procedures of budget development and
justification; application and interpretation of County, state and
federal laws and regulations relevant to the program area; analysis
and evaluation of policies, procedures, public information, and
service delivery issues; local and state lawmaking processes;
research methods and techniques; trends and practices within the
specialized area; and personal computer applications and usage.
Ability to: Effectively recommend, coordinate, plan, and delegate
program components; carry out policy directives of the governing
authority in an effective and timely manner; write clear and
concise reports, memoranda, and letters; analyze problems, identify
alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions,
and formulate recommendations; utilize various PC applications;
interpret and explain policies, procedures, laws, and regulations;
establish and maintain effective working relationships.-- Other
Special Requirements: Some positions require a valid driver's
license and a successful criminal background check as required by
law. Examples of Duties Duties may include but are not limited to
- Actively monitors and prepares reports to department and County
leadership and funding agencies on the progress and achieved
outcomes of programs.
- Utilizes data to identify community needs, program efficacy and
progress toward key performance measurements.
- Conducts federal and state contract compliance reviews,
requests for application (RFA) processes and ensures contract and
systemic requirements and/or incentive opportunities are met.
- May on occasion serve as a trainer and technical advisor to
service providers and sub grantees regarding funding and program
compliance and provides information and assistance to the public
that may include local, state and federal regulations,
requirements, standards and programs.
- Actively work with providers to implement principles using a
diversity, equity and inclusion lens so qualified candidates must
have the knowledge and some experience in this area.
- Other duties as required. Salary Grade M2.820 ($5,626.00 -
$7,949.00) per month Close Date 04/16/2021 Recruiter Daniel
HarriganEmail: Daniel.Harrigan@clark.wa.gov Posted 2 Days Ago Full
time R001243 About Us With its great natural beauty, Clark County,
Washington, always has attracted people and businesses. We welcome
those who visit and settle here, providing fresh perspectives,
growing diversity and vibrant energy. Our forward-looking community
is framed by the scenic Cascade Range to the east and the majestic
Columbia River to the south and west. The area is a picturesque
place to work, play, and live. Named for Captain William Clark of
Lewis and Clark Expedition fame, our county is one of the fastest
growing regions in Washington state and the Portland, Oregon,
metropolitan area. Today, more than 467,000 people call Clark
County home.-- Clark County government works to enhance the quality
of life for all of our diverse community by providing services with
integrity, openness and accountability. We are one of the county's
largest employers, providing a wide range of rewarding careers for
about 1,570 people. You can get more information about job
descriptions, pay schedule and employee benefits on the Clark
County Human Resources website at www.clark.wa.gov/human-resources
.-- Screening Process
Candidates will be evaluated based on the content of their
applications and those deemed most qualified will be invited to
participate in the remainder of the selection process. Some
recruitments may require the following: Assessment, Cover Letter,
Practical Exam, Evidence of a valid driver's license, Criminal
Background Check or other requirements. Oral Interviews are
conducted with a panel of interviewers. If you are selected for an
interview you will be contacted by the hiring department.
Employment References may be conducted for the final candidates,
including verification of education. All Clark County employees
must participate in a WASHINGTON STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM PLAN
(PERS, PSERS or LEOFF).Employee contributions begin the first day
of work.Current contribution rates vary by plan but could range
from 5% to 15% of gross pay, depending on the plan choice.--
-- For additional information, check out the Department of
Retirement Systems' web site here:-- http://www.drs.wa.gov/
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