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Minimum Qualifications TRANSFER: Current NYS employee with one year or more of contingent-permanent or permanent competitive service in a title at or above Grade 29/M-3 and eligible for transfer under Section 52.6 of the Civil Service Law. PROVISIONAL*: a bachelor's degree AND seven years professional public health experience in a governmental public health agency or public health program* that receives funding from a public health governmental agency. Of the seven years required experience, three years must include supervision of professional staff and the following management responsibilities: program planning and implementation, AND program evaluation and monitoring, AND development and implementation of policies and procedures. The required professional experience must include either: Designing or implementing a public health outreach, promotion, or disease prevention program; OR Conducting disease surveillance or a disease control program. For the purposes of this recruitment, a public health program focuses primarily on the prevention of disease through outreach and public health education or health promotion, including population-based plans of care, not just plans of care for individual patients, or the study of the prevalence or causes of disease through population-based studies. Examples of non-qualifying experience include, but are not limited to: providing clinical care in therapeutic health care facilities including public hospitals, physician's offices, supervised community-based settings or home care settings; discharge planning or utilization review; developing treatment plans for patients in community settings; regulatory oversight of health care providers to determine compliance with laws, rules or regulations; reviewing appropriateness of services for insurance companies, Medicare, Medicaid, governmental agencies or other third-party payors; or other experience limited to administrative support of public health programs such as operations management, personnel, staff development, fiscal administration, contract/grant management, budgeting or health care finance is not considered qualifying, nor is the provision of medical services to a fixed population.
Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrated experience in the oversight of a major state or federal program or organization and knowledge of NYS and federal administrative and fiscal policies, procedures and regulations; experience with local or state-level management of early intervention or state or local service delivery systems for young children and families, or experience in delivery of early intervention services; experience in policy, regulation, and financing of complex service systems; experience coordinating program efforts with internal and external partners and working with diverse stakeholders; experience ensuring compliance with federal program requirements, including the Medicaid program; experience providing management, leadership and direct oversight to professional staff and working with staff to develop and implement policy recommendations, and provide program evaluation, status reports and feedback to Executive staff or Federal authorities.
Duties Description The CHPM3 will Direct New York State’s Bureau of Early Intervention, which is charged with state-level administration and oversight of New York State’s Early Intervention Program (EIP) a comprehensive system of early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. The CHPM3 will be the State’s designated coordinator and will be responsible to ensure the program is administered consistent with State public health law and federal requirements. This position will set policy direction for the EIP and serve as the Department’s liaison for the EIP with external stakeholders and internal and external governmental partners. The CHPM3 will direct and manage more than 40 staff responsible for statewide implementation and management of this multi-million-dollar entitlement program/service delivery system. Responsibilities include: provide leadership in Department legislative and budgetary agendas related to the EIP; regulatory and reimbursement oversight for the EIP; management and oversight of a Statewide Fiscal Agent (SFA) contractor; approve and maintain agreements with EIP providers; monitor and oversee EIP providers to ensure programmatic and fiscal integrity; due process procedures for program participants; provide policy guidance, training and technical assistance for providers, municipalities, parents, and other stakeholders; funding and programmatic oversight of a large, centralized data system (New York State Early Intervention System); ensure the program meets all federal requirements for the EIP. The Bureau is also responsible for administering the State’s Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program (EHDI) Program. The CHPM3 will be responsible for direction and oversight of extensive programmatic and fiscal analyses for State administration and quality improvement efforts and extensive federal reporting requirements, budget and expenditures levels, personnel, contract management, and grant management. The CHPM3 will also represent the Department in communications with federal and state partners and various stakeholders.
Additional Comments Permanent transfer OR Provisional. If appointed provisionally, candidate must take the next Community Health Program Manager 3 (M4) Civil Service examination, and be immediately appointable from the resulting eligible list, in order to maintain employment.
Occasional travel, including overnights and travel to areas that may not be served by public transportation, is required.
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Notes on ApplyingSubmit resume and cover letter, preferably in PDF format, to email@example.com, or by fax to (518) 473-3395 with Reference Code EGB/24734/CHPM3/DFH-BEI included in the subject line of your email or fax, or by regular mail to Human Resources Management Group, EGB/24734/CHPM3/DFH-BEI, Room 2217, Corning Tower Building, Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York 12237-0012. Failure to include the required Reference Code may result in the delay of processing your application. Resumes accepted until July 27, 2021.