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Job Title: HIV Grants Manager, County Administrator
Job Number:
Organization: Tarrant County
Posted: 5/30/2019
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Health Care Administration
Industry: Government
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Fort Worth,  TX    USA
Compensation: $2,856.75 - $3,142.43 Biweekly
Position Description: The HIV Grants Manager is responsible for overall administration of the Ryan White Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D; State Services; and Housing Opportunities for People Living with HIV (HOPWA) grant programs.

The federal funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and state funding from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) are for HIV core and support services in the Fort Worth/Arlington Transitional Grant Area and the Tarrant County Health Services Delivery Area.

The Grants Manager is responsible for overseeing the preparation of competitive grant applications; the procurement process; and financial, quality management, and programmatic compliance. •The Grants Manager ensures Tarrant County complies with federal and state regulations and ensures subrecipients maintain compliance with Federal, State, and locally defined regulations; standards of care; performance measures; and outcomes. •The incumbent directs and provides oversight for the County's appointed External Review Committee and External Grievance Committee. •This position provides critical input on the overall development and coordination of the local HIV/AIDS Care Continuum and provides leadership in support of the state and federal plans to End the HIV Epidemic.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities 1.Serves as project director and administrator for HIV/AIDS federal and state grants.Acts as primary point of contact for funders. Interprets Ryan White legislation and HRSA and DSHS policy.Ensures adherence to legislative and policy requirements. 2.Manages the daily operations of the HIV Administrative Agency including ensuring all grant deliverables are met, providing budget oversight, hiring and supervision of staff, ensuring staff are appropriately trained for their respective positions, coaching staff, and completing performance evaluations according to grant regulations and internal county procedures. 3.Oversees annual HIV administrative and service delivery budgets for state and federal grants including the development and management of budgets for grant applications and vendor contracts. 4.Responsible for the coordination and implementation of subrecipient monitoring for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and standards of care. 5.Directs the development and implementation of programs, policies, and procedures as required by grant funding sources. 6.Responsible for the preparation and submission of grant applications for federal and state funding. 7.Responsible for the procurement of subrecipients and vendors including requests for proposal development, technical assistance workshops, working with external committees, and contract preparation for each subrecipient. 8.Oversees the client level database. Participates in clinical quality management program and quality improvement projects, data collection and analysis, and performance review and reporting. Participates in AA Clinical Quality Management Committee (CQM). 9.Directs and coordinates all grievances filed by subrecipient service providers or clients. 10.Coordinates with other county departments including Auditor's Office, Criminal District Attorney's Office, Purchasing Office, and Administrator's Office. 11.Participates in state-wide and national HIV services workgroups and conferences, including presentations at meetings. 12.Develops and maintains orientation materials for all new subrecipient service providers. Plans annual subrecipient trainings. 13.Promotes and maintains positive working relationship with North Central Texas HIV Planning Council, subrecipients, community organizations, and federal and state partners. 14.Reviews, negotiates, and ensures compliance with the Memorandum of Understanding between the AA and the HIV Planning Council. Negotiates the Part A budget with HIV Planning Council coordinator and chair. 15.Routinely reports system-level performance measures and indicators to the HIV Planning Council to inform the Priority Setting and Resource Allocation process, which may include status of budgets and expenditures. 16.Responds to Conditions of Award and special requests from federal and state partners. 17.Ensures capacity building by fostering medical and support service providers especially in rural counties. 18.Responsible for preparation of federal and state compliance monitoring visits. 19.Performs all other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: NOTE: YOU MUST FILL OUT THE WORK HISTORY and EDUCATION SECTIONS OF APPLICATION TO SHOW YOU HAVE YEARS OF EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION AS REQUIRED BY HIRING DEPARTMENT OR BE DISQUALIFIED.

TO APPLY, must have Master's degree or higher in management, public administration, business administration, social services, public health, or a related field + Three (3) full-time years of grant management work experience including one (1) year of supervisory and management experience OR TO APPLY, must possess a Bachelor's degree in management, public administration, business administration, social services, public health, or a related field + Five (5) full-time years of grant management work experience including one (1) year of supervisory and management experience.

TO APPLY, must have current and valid driver license and automobile insurance. Use of reliable automobile required.

Experience working on multiple large federal grants preferred.

Knowledge of contracts, budgets, and procurement processes.

Knowledge of federal and state HIV/AIDS programs, policies, and administration including the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act.

Knowledge of healthcare data, evaluation, and quality management.

Strong management and team leadership skills.

Ability to execute independent judgment, organize and execute work with minimal guidance, and meet deadlines.

Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills.

Ability to work cooperatively with federal, state, and local government agencies and representatives from outside organizations including volunteers.

Manages federal contracts, grants, and cooperative agreements.

Must have strong customer service and computer skills.

Ability to work with diverse populations with cultural humility a necessity.

If hired, must provide proof of educational attainment at New Hire Processing or during the promotional process. Tarrant County will conduct background checks on new hires that will include a criminal background check related to convictions and deferred adjudications in the past seven years and may include credit reports, motor vehicle records, employment records and educational attainment. A conviction or deferred adjudication is not an automatic bar to employment. Each case is considered individually. Physical Demands and Work Environment & Other Requirements While performing the duties of this position, the incumbent is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, bend, stoop, climb, lift, push, pull, climb, kneel, carry, and reach. This position will work under time pressure and will also work rapidly for long periods. Use of a motor vehicle is required to perform the essential duties of this position.

Organization Description: Tarrant County is an urban county located in the north central part of Texas. Fort Worth serves as the county seat to a county population of approximately 2.1 million citizens. Tarrant County is a member of the North Central Texas Council of Governments. Today much of the flavor and attitudes that are the history of Tarrant County live on. The frontier has changed, but not the pioneering spirit. Tarrant County is now home to a diverse spectrum of businesses and lifestyles. Cattle and agriculture, as well as aerospace companies and defense contractors, play a major role in the economic foundation of the County. Tarrant County's western heritage sits side by side with its internationally renowned Cultural District. With such a diverse mix of styles, there is never a lack of things to do and see. We hope you will take the time to enjoy our heritage and join us in our pioneering spirit. Tarrant County has changed dramatically over the past few years. Once dependent on defense plants and its military base, Tarrant County's economy has been transformed into one of the most vibrant and diverse in the nation and is leading the regional resurgence in business relocations and expansions, retail development and new housing construction. Once tied to the oil rigs and cattle ranches of west Texas, Tarrant County's businesses today reach around the globe and the County's commercial and industrial airports are among the country's foremost international gateways.

Closing Date: 8/30/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: G.K. Maenius,  HIV Grants Manager, County Administrator
Contact Location: 100 E. Weatherford
Suite 301
Fort Worth   TX  76196
United States
Contact Location: 100 E. Weatherford
  Suite 301
  Fort Worth   TX  76196
  United States
Contact Phone: 817-370-4549 
Contact Fax:
Contact Email: GKMaenius@tarrantcounty.com
Web Address: http://www.tarrantcounty.com
How to Apply: You must apply for County jobs on-line at: http://www.tarrantcounty.com/en/human- resources/employment-opportunities/all- applicants.html

Additional Information: If hired, must provide proof of educational attainment at New Hire Processing or during the promotional process. Tarrant County will conduct background checks on new hires that will include a criminal background check related to convictions and deferred adjudications in the past seven years and may include credit reports, motor vehicle records, employment records and educational attainment. A conviction or deferred adjudication is not an automatic bar to employment. Each case is considered individually. Tarrant County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, mental or physical disability, age, national origin or veteran status. Persons with disabilities who need accommodations when applying, testing, or interviewing, may notify the ADA Officer at 817-884-3252 or through the Relay Texas TDD at 1-800-735- 2989.

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