Government Analyst Jobs Vacancy in The State Florida Tallahassee
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Government Analyst Jobs Vacancy in The State Florida Tallahassee Jobs Details:
Requisition No: 48824
Agency: Children and Families
Working Title: GOVERNMENT ANALYST II - 60070057
Position Number: 60070057
Salary: $36,381.54 to $118,237.52
Posting Closing Date: 12/03/2018
SNAP Employment & Training Duties
Develop a clear understanding of the federal rules governing SNAP E&T.
Develop and maintain a Partner Handbook to ensure consistency with program rules.
Administer oversight of the coordinated activities between DCF, DEO and Career Source as required to implement the mandatory SNAP Employment and Training (E&T) program for Florida. Provide direct supervision of staff, interpretation of regulations, and provide program oversight for the state.
Responsible for collection and submission of state mandated reports to the USDA/FNS that reflect performance of the Florida SNAP E&T program. This task includes participation in monthly conference calls with Federal and State partners to monitor data collection and coordination of data sharing agreements with other State agencies to ensure appropriate data collection is achieved.
Responsible for review, submission and maintenance of the annual SNAP E&T Program State Plan by August 15 of each year. Coordinates with DEO and SNAP Policy teams to ensure SNAP policies relevant to the E&T Program are current and updated appropriately.
Ensures all E&T staff/teams are adhering to the federally approved State Plan.
Oversees and ensures the program budget is in accordance with the federally allotted grant.
Provide strategic oversight, track, monitor and oversee SNAP E&T Plans, funded contracts and ensures program budget is in accordance with federally allotted grant.
Transmit federal reports timely.
Create and develop relationships with local county DEO and workforce boards in order to monitor and ensure E&T services are provided to recipients of the program.
Provides technical assistance to staff as appropriate and when related to the SNAP E&T program and coordinates efforts to link agency programs with existing workforce development initiatives to maximize E&T opportunities for SNAP recipients.
Ensure that personal identifying information (PII) is properly used, accessed, gathered, shared and disposed.
Manages the Third Party Reimbursement Program to include provider recruitment, contract negotiation, oversight and technical assistance for contractors, financial management of the program, provider monitoring, and ensuring contractors are in compliance. This includes supervising staff who is responsible for the fiscal activity of the program and invoices.
Identify and implement key changes to improve administration of the program to ease the burden on partner agencies and to improve outcomes to clients served.
Engage with and actively participate with partner agencies and providers to promote achievement of metrics, fiscal responsibility and goal alignment as a state agency.
Serves as liaison to FNS and private entities to develop and maximize private and federal partnerships for work skills training and development.
SNAP Major Changes Duties
Oversight of the reporting requirements from FNS whenever a major change needs to be implemented ensuring that information is transmitted to the federal agency in compliance with the anticipated required time frame minimum of 120 days.
Collect and analyze data as specified in § 272.15(b)(3) for FNR mandatory reporting requirements on major changes as well as for any additional information requested by FNS on a case-by-case basis as specified on § 272.15(b)(5)
Ensure that reporting requirements are built within the State Plan and systems when making major changes.
Ensure that additional data elements required for changing affecting households with elderly and disabled members are provided.
Ensure the State has a contingency plan in place for each planned major change.
Oversight of the SNAP ED program including but not limited to program planning, program development, program review, inter and intra agency collaboration, as well as work with the FNS SNAP-Ed staff.
Supervise the SNAP-ED Coordinator & Subject Matter Expert.
Ensure that proper coordination takes place with the Implementing Agency and collaborative partner entities.
Ensure the SNAP ED State Plan is prepared and submitted to the federal partner on time every year.
Work directly with the program Coordinator to provide guidance and directives on the state priority objectives, planning, program development, program improvement initiatives, and evaluation projects.
The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace.
Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735). Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation.
The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act.
Nearest Major Market: Tallahassee