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Crisis Program Analyst

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Role: Crisis Program Analyst Location: Dauphin County   Please share resumes to pgo AT THE RATE OF Comtechglobal DOT COM   State Client will do Criminal Background Verifications Do You Agree? Description Question 1 The resource will work primarily remotely but must reside in close proximity to Harrisburg, PA to attend in-person meetings. Does your candidate agree to this requirement? Question 2 Where does the candidate currently reside?   Short Description: Crisis Program Analyst  Complete Description: Brief Description The candidate will be working as part of a small team working to create a statewide framework for crisis mental health services. Experience in mental health, social work or community policing are strongly preferred.  The contractor serves as the Community Mental Health Services Block Grant (CMHSBG) project coordinator for Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) and American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. This includes collecting, monitoring, reviewing, and analyzing program information and quality outcomes that are identified and generated through COVID-specific supplemental CAA and ARPA CMHSBG funding (totaling over $75M), in the Division of Planning and Program Development, Bureau of Policy, Planning, and Program Development (BPPPD) within OMHSAS. This position reports to OMHSAS staff and entails highly independent professional work that involves the coordination, collection and monitoring of various state-level program and quality outcomes primarily related to the implementation and expansion of crisis intervention services. The incumbent must be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously with 46 projects funded through the CAA opportunity ($27M) and potential for up to 100 additional projects with ARPA funds ($48M). The incumbent will support OMHSAS staff during?statewide and national planning initiatives and federal reporting. The incumbents will be responsible for collection of program information and analysis and communication of the results for the supplemental COVID funding received by the state. The incumbents work with staff from other BPPPD sections, management systems and information technology (IT), other DHS program offices and OMHSAS Bureaus, as well as counties, joinders, subrecipients, and other stakeholders in the planning, negotiation, allocation, and reporting of block grant impacts, outcomes, and priorities. The incumbent in this role must have knowledge of program-specific information, including developing analysis and data collection processes in behavioral health systems to effectively communicate and collaborate with systems team members for reaching meaningful and data informed conclusions. The incumbent should have the ability to analyze and interpret program and fiscal data, policies, procedures, and regulations. The incumbent should be able to develop sound data methodology and consult on data collection and analysis as well as develop communication for the results and recommendations of data analysis in a targeted manner to a variety of audiences including?DHS Executive Staff, Federal Government Agencies, Local Government Officials, and members of the public. The incumbent should be able to develop strong working relationships with county project managers to facilitate the project analysis.   Examples of Job Duties   Collect, analyze, and present CAA and ARPA project and program data and outcomes. Review data methodology and provide recommendations on improvements. Develop strategies for knowledge management and information sharing. Assist counties with collecting and reporting program data. Assist OMHSAS staff in the development of federal reporting. Actively communicate with counties and project coordinators on relevant findings. Develop parameters and data points for new analyses. Compare historical and baseline data to active data reporting, and draw meaningful conclusions about program and project performance, goals, and outcomes. Prepares presentation materials regarding results of data analyses for OMHSAS staff presentations to stakeholders. Skills Ability to analyze and interpret quantitative and qualitative data. Ability to analyze and interpret policies, procedures, and regulations relating to crisis intervention services. Knowledge of the principles and methods of data collection and analysis. Proficiency in Excel and other data analysis tools. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with OMHSAS staff, county staff, and other stakeholders. Effective communication skills, including the ability to explain data results and analyses to multiple audiences. Ability to work independently with minimal guidance or supervision. Understanding of best practices for project management, knowledge management, and documentation. Strong organizational skills, including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

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Dec 03, 2022

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Role: Crisis Program Analyst Location: Dauphin County   Please share resumes to pgo AT THE RATE OF Comtechglobal DOT COM   State Client will do Criminal Background Verifications Do You Agree? Description Question 1 The resource will work primarily remotely but must reside in close proximity to Harrisburg, PA to attend in-person meetings. Does your candidate agree to this requirement? Question 2 Where does the candidate currently reside?   Short Description: Crisis Program Analyst  Complete Description: Brief Description The candidate will be working as part of a small team working to create a statewide framework for crisis mental health services. Experience in mental health, social work or community policing are strongly preferred.  The contractor serves as the Community Mental Health Services Block Grant (CMHSBG) project coordinator for Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) and American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. This includes collecting, monitoring, reviewing, and analyzing program information and quality outcomes that are identified and generated through COVID-specific supplemental CAA and ARPA CMHSBG funding (totaling over $75M), in the Division of Planning and Program Development, Bureau of Policy, Planning, and Program Development (BPPPD) within OMHSAS. This position reports to OMHSAS staff and entails highly independent professional work that involves the coordination, collection and monitoring of various state-level program and quality outcomes primarily related to the implementation and expansion of crisis intervention services. The incumbent must be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously with 46 projects funded through the CAA opportunity ($27M) and potential for up to 100 additional projects with ARPA funds ($48M). The incumbent will support OMHSAS staff during?statewide and national planning initiatives and federal reporting. The incumbents will be responsible for collection of program information and analysis and communication of the results for the supplemental COVID funding received by the state. The incumbents work with staff from other BPPPD sections, management systems and information technology (IT), other DHS program offices and OMHSAS Bureaus, as well as counties, joinders, subrecipients, and other stakeholders in the planning, negotiation, allocation, and reporting of block grant impacts, outcomes, and priorities. The incumbent in this role must have knowledge of program-specific information, including developing analysis and data collection processes in behavioral health systems to effectively communicate and collaborate with systems team members for reaching meaningful and data informed conclusions. The incumbent should have the ability to analyze and interpret program and fiscal data, policies, procedures, and regulations. The incumbent should be able to develop sound data methodology and consult on data collection and analysis as well as develop communication for the results and recommendations of data analysis in a targeted manner to a variety of audiences including?DHS Executive Staff, Federal Government Agencies, Local Government Officials, and members of the public. The incumbent should be able to develop strong working relationships with county project managers to facilitate the project analysis.   Examples of Job Duties   Collect, analyze, and present CAA and ARPA project and program data and outcomes. Review data methodology and provide recommendations on improvements. Develop strategies for knowledge management and information sharing. Assist counties with collecting and reporting program data. Assist OMHSAS staff in the development of federal reporting. Actively communicate with counties and project coordinators on relevant findings. Develop parameters and data points for new analyses. Compare historical and baseline data to active data reporting, and draw meaningful conclusions about program and project performance, goals, and outcomes. Prepares presentation materials regarding results of data analyses for OMHSAS staff presentations to stakeholders. Skills Ability to analyze and interpret quantitative and qualitative data. Ability to analyze and interpret policies, procedures, and regulations relating to crisis intervention services. Knowledge of the principles and methods of data collection and analysis. Proficiency in Excel and other data analysis tools. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with OMHSAS staff, county staff, and other stakeholders. Effective communication skills, including the ability to explain data results and analyses to multiple audiences. Ability to work independently with minimal guidance or supervision. Understanding of best practices for project management, knowledge management, and documentation. Strong organizational skills, including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.


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