Community Services Program Analyst 1 - Grade 18

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This title exists in State, Department of and has approximately 11 positions.

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Salary Information for Community Services Program Analyst 1
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
Community Services Program Analyst 1 18 $65,001 $82,656
Community Services Program Analyst 2 23 $84,156 $106,454
Community Services Program Analyst 3 25 $93,530 $117,875

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Job Duties

As a Community Services Program Analyst 1, under the general direction of the Community Services Program Analyst 2, you would provide field services to assigned agencies or performs administrative support activities having Statewide implications. When assigned to a field office, an incumbent develops Individual Monitoring Plans (IMP), which include the month, purpose and expected result of site visits for each assigned grantee; conducts Grantee Review and Assessments (GRA) according to processes, procedures and schedules; performs on-site visits to determine actions required by grantees to ensure that programs comply with statutes, regulations, policies and procedures; assesses progress made toward expected goals and outcomes; identifies barriers to achieving the desired goals and outcomes stated in the grantee approved Work Plan; develops the process for providing or obtaining training and technical assistance to ensure improvement; prepares program certificates for payment processing; conducts refund conferences to determine eligibility; attends agency board meetings to verify attendance; assists grantees in developing disaster preparedness plans; provides assistance during and after emergencies or disasters; collects and reviews applications, contracts, amendments, reports and other documents; interprets laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures governing funds received by grantees; represents the Department of State at agency functions; and prepares various narrative and statistical reports that substantiate observations, findings and recommendations. When assigned to the central office, an incumbent assists with various support activities for the Division in the following areas: data collection and analysis, reporting and analysis, development of the Division's Management Plan, budgeting, contract management, human resources, purchasing, information technology support, development and maintenance, inventory management, space planning, forms design and implementation, manuals preparation, policy and legislative reviews, and public information.

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