University of Nebraska Medical Center

HOPWA Program Manager

Deadline: 12/27/18

NE DHHS is seeking a Program Manager. The person filling this position will manage the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program located in the Division of Public Health and perform quality assurance and sub-recipient monitoring tasks with the Ryan White program, a program providing services and supports for persons living with HIV/AIDS. Job duties include managing grants, assuring timely federal reporting, developing requests for proposal (RFP), managing contracts and subawards, monitoring subrecipients for fiscal and programmatic compliance, developing program policies and procedures, evaluating program and implementing change, assuring quality performance and cultivating and maintaining internal and external partnerships to ensure effective, efficient and customer-focused delivery of services.



REQUIREMENTS: Coursework/training in public administration, health sciences and experience in an agency organization with responsibility for planning, implementation, budgeting, monitoring, evaluating, and marketing a program or service.
PREFERRED: Bachelors degree in Public Health, Health Sciences Public Health Administration, Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field. Experience with Excel, Word, and Outlook within the last 2 years. Previous experience with planning, implementing, budgeting, monitoring, evaluating, marketing a program or service, case management, grant writing, grant administration, and state and federal regulations, laws, and statutes.

OTHER: Valid driver’s license or the ability to provide independent authorized transportation.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of the principles and practices of program administration including planning, organizing, and budgeting; principles of grant writing and grant administration; techniques of research, planning, and evaluation; practices and techniques of management. Ability to interpret and apply state and federal laws and standards; agency rules, policies and procedures and technical narrative material; communicate effectively; interact with program representatives and the public; apply instructions; summarize program and administrative data/statistics into reports; formulate short- and long-range plans. Ability to work collaboratively to ensure consumers experience a seamless continuum of care.