Program Compliance Officer II
The Mayor's Office of Homeless Services (MOHS)
About the organization
The Journey Home , Baltimore City’s plan to make homelessness rare and brief, focuses on four major goal areas that address the root causes of homelessness: affordable housing, comprehensive health care, sufficient incomes, and preventive and emergency services. The plan is overseen by the Continuum of Care (CoC), which is a coalition of service providers, funders, advocates, government agencies, and community stakeholders working together to make homelessness rare and brief.
The Mayor's Office of Homeless Services (MOHS) is the designated lead agency for the CoC and works to implement federal, state, and local policy and best practices in addition to administering and monitoring homeless services grants. MOHS administers approximately $48 million annually for programs that include street outreach, emergency shelter, transitional housing, rapid rehousing, permanent supportive housing, Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA), meal programs, and eviction prevention. Each year, through a network of partner providers, the homeless services program delivers housing and supportive services to over 25,000 individuals and families.
More information can be found at: https://homeless.baltimorecity.gov/
Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services is seeking a dynamic professional to join our Program Team. This position develops and monitors programs and enforces program requirements. This position reports to the Program Compliance Supervisor.
Responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to:
Enforce compliance and provide direct oversight to a portfolio of programs receiving federal, state, and/or city finding. Provide training and technical assistance to ensure compliance with laws, regulations, program guidelines and contractual obligations.
Assist programs to identify resources and enhance program services.
Monitor spending patterns and review monthly expenditures and supporting documentation to ensure cost are allocable, allowable, and eligible.
Conduct site monitoring visits to individual sub-grantee organizations funded through the agency to determine impact, cost effectiveness and conformance with contract terms, program rules, regulations and guidelines and provide technical assistance as needed.
Assist with preparation of monitoring reports to federal, state and local agencies.
Advise superiors on program performance and make recommendations on their suitability or retention of work on renewed or new contracts.
Knowledge, Skills And Abilities
Knowledge of the principles and techniques of administration.
Knowledge of programs, services and resources available in the community.
Knowledge of reference and research methods and techniques in collecting, compiling, and organizing data, and statistical analysis.
Ability to prepare and maintain detailed statistical and narrative reports, evaluate data, compare data to existing standards, investigate situations and extract and organize facts.
Ability to evaluate program policies and procedures; apply and interpret rules, regulations and procedures.
Ability to develop criteria to identify program goals and objectives.
Ability to develop and maintain record, data collection and reporting systems.
Strong and effective written and oral communication skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects.
Ability to deal effectively with government officials and personnel, representative of private organizations, community groups; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, the general public, clients, and others.
Must be a self-starter and a team player with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks.
Work must be timely and attention to detail is necessary.
Competent working with Microsoft Office® and communicating via email.
– Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and three years experience in program evaluation, planning or supervision, the collection analysis and evaluation of program processes, policies and procedures.
$ 67,771.00 - $108,433.00
To Apply: Qualified and interested applicants must submit an employment application including letter of interest and resume.
Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis until filled.
Equal Opportunity Employment
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