Reports To: Director of Integrated Health
Contact: Kristie R. Schmiege, MPH (810) 965-2675
Director of Integrated Health/CCBHC Project Director
Please include “Evaluator position” in the subject line
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Job Requisition number: 21-0000
First Consideration Through: 1/22/2021
Competitive salary and benefits
Reviewed by: Sherrice White-Johnson, MA, LLPC, CCTP – Clinical Staff Talent Coordinator
2. MINIMIUM EDUCATION AND EXPEREINCE REQUIREMENTS
The Evaluator shall have:
- A master's degree from an accredited college or university, specializing in in a social science discipline, public health, social work, health informatics, public administration, public policy, or program evaluation. And-
- At least 3 years of evaluation experience inclusive of data collection, storage, retrieval, and analysis.
- At least 2 evaluations in the position of lead evaluator.
- A PhD or DrPH from an accredited college or university, specializing in in a social science discipline, public health, social work, public administration, public policy, or program evaluation. And-
- At least 1 year of evaluation experience inclusive of data collection, storage, retrieval, and analysis.
- At least 1 evaluation in the position of lead evaluator.
- Experience conducting and reporting needs assessments
- Experience in the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data
- Experience with mixed methods evaluation approaches
- Experience in the development of interview, focus group, and survey tools for the purpose of gathering qualitative data
- Experience in the use of Microsoft Office, including Word, and PowerPoint
- Experience in the use of software for data analysis such as Excel, SPSS, SAS, STATA, and/or R
- Experience in using software for data visualization
- Good oral and written communication and presentation skills
- Experience with SAMHSA funded, or other federal grants preferred
- Availability to (reimbursed) travel to meetings, etc. as necessary.
3. ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
- Monitor outcomes related to the Disparity Impact Statement per SAMHSA guidelines
- Monitor outcomes and objectives related to the needs assessment and conduct on-going needs assessment as needed and/or required
- Monitor outcomes and objectives related to federal guidelines and HHI’s initial proposal.
- Utilize appropriate software programs to score various standardized instruments.
- Manage and use digital imaging equipment, scanning, and other related equipment.
- Design, manage, organize, and maintain multiple databases.
- Initial definition and development of data collection instruments to meet all CCBHC deliverable requirements.
- Continuous review of changes to CCBHC deliverable requirements and HHI’s ability to meet those requirements.
- Define and develop changes to data collection for HHI to remain compliant.
- Oversee data collection, storage, and retrieval of all program data in collaboration with HHI’s IT Department.
- Develop and modify evaluation plans to meet program needs without sacrificing scientific inquiry integrity
- Extract and analyze data from existing case files and other clinical documents as needed.
- Conduct training and subsequent supervision of the Data Specialist relative to use of SAMHSA’s web-based data system (SPARS) and other data systems involved in data entry and storage (e.g., the organization’s EHR).
- Oversee and conduct training of program staff in the collection of National Outcomes Measures (NOMS) data for entry on the SPARS system and additional measures as required.
- Assure all data collected are valid and accurate.
- Conduct all necessary analyses of program data, including but not limited to demographic data, service data, and outcome data.
- Data and Version Control: data entry; analyze data; write preliminary reports or sections of grants; communicate findings to staff in a timely manner for the purpose of treatment and program enhancement.
- Design and write reports of evaluation findings on a regular basis for presentation to varied audiences.
- Submit all deliverables timely to meet CCBHC reporting, formatting, and timeliness requirements, coordinating approvals from all HHI departments prior to submission
- Maintain a master listing of all evaluation-related reporting deliverable and associated timelines and assure staff making contributions are aware of these timelines
- Lead the CCBHC evaluation Team.
- Serve as a member of the quality improvement committee specific to the conduct of the CCBHC evaluation.
- Actively participate in the promotion of an internal agency cultural shift towards program evaluation, continuous learning, and continuous program improvement that is currently ongoing at the Agency.
- Other duties as assigned by Program Director or Designee.
- Interview, hire, and evaluate designated CCBHC staff as assigned and needed.
- Delegates responsibilities in an organized, efficient manner to assigned staff.
- Ensure appropriate staffing levels are maintained or introduced to meet program needs within budget constraints.
- Approve staff work and vacation schedules.
- Complete probationary and annual performance evaluations compliance reviews.
- Facilitate assessment, development, and implementation of staff individual and departmental professional development plans.
- Communicate problematic staff performance/behavior as it occurs to HHI Administration.
- Utilize HHI progressive disciplinary policy and procedure to address substandard employee performance.
- Recommend job descriptions updates for positions supervised.
- Monitor and recommend staff expenditures.
Program Staff Supervision
- Review staff policy and procedure adherence, routinely communicating with staff.
- Conduct productivity reviews, routinely coaching staff.
- Ensure staff maintained within the limits of established areas of competency.
Critical Thinking and Operational Skills
- Demonstrates highly developed analytical, assessment and evaluation skills
- Ability to communicate evaluation findings effectively at the level of different audiences, e.g. HHI leadership, board members, staff, stakeholders, the public
- Exceptional organizational skills
- Prioritizes goals and duties to meet deadlines
- Must be able to provide high quality services in a cost effective and time efficient manner.
- Strong skills in collaboration with other members of the HHI team, e.g. IT, etc.
- Able to conduct all professional business in a manner that is highly ethical and always maintains/enhances a professional and positive image of HHI.
- Able to interact effectively and professionally with all internal and external contacts.
- Builds a high-performing evaluation team.
- Must have adequate visual acuity to utilize a required electronic devices and records.
- Must be able to sit or move about an office environment as needed.
- Must be able to drive periodically to HHI clinics and local community resources.
- Must be able to interact with internal colleagues and external community partners frequently via telephone, email and/or in person.
CORE BEHAVIORAL EXPECTAIONS
Adaptability: Ability and attitude toward adjustment to and implementation of work environment changes.
Integrity: Analyzing and handling work responsibilities and challenges with honest and ethical behavior.
Teamwork: Ability to work well and cooperate within a group of employees at all levels (colleagues, subordinates, managers/executives); interest in helping to achieve team and/or facility goals.