Six years of full-time experience in two or more of the following activities: administering, monitoring or evaluating*** human services programs for economically or socially disadvantaged individuals and families in areas such as health, nutrition, housing, economic development or education. Degrees in business; business or public administration; education; human services; nutrition; psychology; public or non-profit management; social work’ or sociology may substitute for the full-time experience as follows: associate’s, two years; bachelor’s four years; and master’s, five years.
***Administering, monitoring or evaluating human services programs is defined as having responsibility for directing, organizing, AND controlling the program and/or supervising the professional staff who directly implement the program.
NON-QUALIFYING EXPERIENCE: Experience providing direct care to individuals, case work, child protective services or support, determining eligibility benefits for public assistance, social work, counseling, community service worker/liaison, fraud investigator, family support advocate, nurse, teacher, youth aide, psychologist, and welfare or Medicaid examiner/coordinator are NOT considered qualifying experience. This list is not all inclusive.
The Community Services Program Analyst 1 (CSPA 1) will perform field monitoring and provide technical assistance to agencies receiving Community Services Block Grant funds, including developing agency monitoring plans; performing on-site visits to assess agency performance and compliance with statutes, regulations, policies and procedures, and provide technical assistance to address identified barriers to program success; reviewing applications, contracts, amendments, reports and other documents; representing the Department of State at agency functions; and preparing various narrative and statistical reports that substantiate observations, findings and recommendations. The CSPA 1 will be required to travel regularly to agencies in different counties, including attendance to board and other meetings on evenings and weekends. Overnight travel is required.