Appropriation Management & State/Federal Reporting Responsible for preparing, monitoring, and reporting complex budget information including, but not limited to agency appropriation levels, revenue collections, Medicaid/CHIP cash flow status, and agency cost pool allocations for budget and expenditures. Prepares initial appropriation/rider setup for State Comptroller's Office. Monitors, reviews, and analyzes operating budgets and methods of finance to ensure budgeted amounts are aligned to appropriated amounts, funds have been appropriately allocated, and appropriate use of funds. Works closely with Cash Management staff on monitoring agency appropriation levels. Monitors, reviews, and analyzes expenditure patterns and trends to determine potential for reallocation, realignment, or adjustments to ensure compliance with general appropriations act. Prepares supporting documentation and Monthly Financial Reports (MFRs) for submission to the Legislative Budget Board (LBB). Prepares monthly cash flow for Medicaid/CHIP programs and communicates potential issues to Budget Director and Chief Financial Officer. Prepares necessary transfer letter requests to the LBB and Governors office. Performs highly advanced (senior-level) fiscal analysis, projections and reporting as well as fiscal systems analyses, troubleshooting, and techncial assistance to fiscal and program staff. Prepares base reconciliation for LAR and Operating Budget. Prepares/reviews cost estimates during legislative sessions. Uses a variety of software applications including HHSAS, SIRS, USAS, Excel, and Word to perform essential job functions. Works under minimal direction with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.
nder administrative supervision, incumbents are responsible to design, implement, integrate, and administer complex state wide epidemiology surveillance systems and/or design, develop, implement, and conduct complex epidemiological studies involving chronic or acute diseases or infections for the programs located within the Infectious Disease Unit. Provides epidemiological leadership and direction in preparation for or response to disease and/or infection outbreaks in conjunction with program staff. Coordinates with State Medical Epidemiologists.
Independent responsibility to design, develop, integrate, implement, and conduct complex epidemiological surveillance systems or studies involving complex data sets and factors with the programs located with the Infectious Disease Unit of Public Health. Determine the objective, methodology, and protocol for epidemiological studies to be conducted. This would involve study leadership, researching the need for a study and determining study aspects such as identification and linkage of multiple data bases, case definitions, inclusion criteria, statistical analysis tools, stratification identification, beta testing, and development of data collection process. Conducted studies involve complex data sets involving large number of fields, multiple medical conditions, questionable data, data set linkage, and utilization of sophisticated statistical analytical software packages. Conduct analytical studies to determine the effectiveness of surveillance systems to respond to outbreaks, prepare strategic plans to address system gaps, educate health care providers/medical centers/ laboratories and others on system utilization, and coordinate with data owners on data system improvement. Interpret, evaluate, and analyze surveillance data to prepare and disseminate epidemiological reports, identify and analyze incidents, prevalence, trends and causes of injuries and diseases, and develop and/or recommend/implement intervention measures to control or prevent the spread of new or emerging infectious diseases. Will work with multiple programs and their related staff while exhibiting excellent communication skills.
The Manager of Disease Intervention Services will provide direct supervision of Howard Brown Health Center (HBHC) Disease Intervention Specialists (DIS) and assist ongoing efforts by the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and HBHC to prevent transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), particularly among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in the Chicago area.
The Director of Prevention and Community Partnerships will provide leadership and expertise for AIDS Alabama’s community-based prevention efforts and staff. The position will be responsible for directing and overseeing goals and objectives of various prevention programs. The position will develop and sustain collaborative partnerships with community partners to further the goal of preventing new HIV infections. This position is also responsible for managing awareness days and other community-oriented programs in collaboration with the Prevention & Community Partnerships Department.
The Director of Prevention and Community Partnerships will be a member of the agency’s Management Team and responsible for supervising staff that primarily performs primary HIV prevention programs and services
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• Provide technical guidance, development and implementation of surveillance and public health related databases
• Provide data management and analysis support and consultation.
• Provide training and technical assistance on database management and analysis.
• Maintain effective working relationships with epidemiologists, computer systems analysts and computer programmers, and program managers within and outside CDC.
The University of Chicago's Department of Medicine, Section of Infectious Diseases and Global Health, is seeking an academic Infectious Diseases physician with demonstrated expertise in the area of STDs and HIV infections. The successful candidate will be based in the Chicago Center for HIV Elimination. Applicants must have demonstrated ability to develop an independently funded research program, excellent clinical skills, and prior clinical experience in managing HIV, HPV and other STIs, as well as those at risk for HIV infection. It is expected that the successful candidate will develop a clinical practice complemented by client-centered research. Patient care responsibilities will include attending in an HIV/HPV prevention and STD clinic, rounding on the General ID consult service, and teaching and supervising trainees. Qualified applicants must have a medical degree, be eligible for medical licensure in the State of Illinois, and be BC/BE in infectious diseases by start of employment. The search committee will also consider publication record, research interests, record of funded research, and evidence of commitment to research, teaching, and service.
The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Prevention and Health Promotion Administration, Center for Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention (CSTIP) is recruiting a full-time Data System Manager.
The successful candidate will serve as the Data System Manager for a new surveillance data system (PRISM) used to collect information on sexually transmitted infection (STI) case reports, field investigations and partner notifications. The Data System Manger will train end users on how to input data and will act as a help desk. Other duties will include creating and managing user accounts; coordinating with the IT department to issue VPN tokens to some users; performing administrator level data maintenance (e.g. merging and cleaning); provide technical assistance/guidance to field staff on prevention and control of STIs/HIV; and assisting with monitoring and improving data quality processes. This position will coordinate with the database administrator and application vendor to maintain the backend SQL database and ensure system backups.
The Local Affairs Specialist oversees political affairs and policy initiatives for both APLA and APLA Health & Wellness, in their combined efforts to advance health care—and reduce disparities— among people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS as well as the LGBT and other underserved communities in Los Angeles County. The Local Affairs position requires an aptitude for detailed policy work, informed political analysis, and the ability to assess the impact of local, state, and federal health care policy and politics on the city, county, and federal grants and contracts that support the work of both agencies. The Local Affairs Specialist represents APLA and APLA Health & Wellness at a broad range of public and political meetings; works independently as well as through a diverse gamut of community coalitions; participates in advocacy at all levels of government; prepares written reports, press releases, position papers, etc., on relevant health care legislation, funding and policies; and must be capable of exercising independent judgement and discretion in a wide range of settings and circumstances. The Local Affairs Specialist also oversees housing policy, participates in research-related grant activities, and manages the Government Affairs online advocacy network and social media presence.
Executive Director, Commission on HIV provides leadership, administration and technical support to the Los Angeles County Commission on HIV, including directing, planning, and coordinating all Commission-related directives, programs, projects, services and activities.
Directs staff operations and oversees the administration, coordination, and implementation of organizational policies, procedures, strategic planning, and Commission on HIV directives, programs, and services.
Directs the formulation, development, and implementation of programs, activities, and policies that support the Commission on HIV’s planning and priority setting objectives and goals; evaluation and assessment of the Countywide HIV/AIDS service delivery system in partnership with the Department of Public Health’s Division of HIV and STD Programs (DHSP), development of the Comprehensive HIV Services and STI Plan, and a range of administrative operations.
Responsible for guiding the processes for the recruitment, selection, development and evaluation of Commissioners.
Directs and oversees the development of planning directives and planning activity summaries for DHSP review and inclusion in applications and reports submitted to federal and state funders including the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); ensures compliance with federal-funder requirements for community planning composition, inclusion, roles, responsibilities, reporting and other deliverables in conjunction with DHSP.
Advises and provides technical consultation to the Commission, Board of Supervisors, committees, County departments, elected and appointed officials, and City, State and Federal agencies on the Countywide HIV/AIDS and STI treatment/testing issues and strategies.
Oversees the preparation of the annual budget for the Commission and monitors the Commission's financial management, allocation, and expenditure controls for all work activities.
Attends all meetings of the Commission, its committees, task forces, caucuses and workgroups and participates in the discussion and formulation of the Commission's policy recommendations to the Board of Supervisors; acts as the Commission's representative and liaison to local and national Ryan White Program partners, HRSA, the California Office of AIDS, CDC and other federal and State partners, as needed.
Oversees the development and maintenance of Memoranda of Understanding (MOU), County Departmental Service Orders (DSOs), and other interagency agreements to procure services from the Department of Public Health’s DHSP, the Executive Office of the Board of Supervisors, and other entities.
Directs the formulation, development, and implementation of community relations efforts to raise awareness and encourage community involvement in the planning activities of the Commission, and further develop public awareness of HIV/AIDS and STI testing and treatment issues and resources. Oversees the development and monitoring of contracts with various professional specialists, experts and technicians engaged in furthering the work and initiatives of the Commission and its committees. Identifies relevant issues for the Commission's and Board of Supervisor's consideration; develops and presents proposals for new and/or amended legislation to Federal, State, and local policy makers regarding statutes, laws, and regulations.
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