Senior Staff Analyst, Health (Housing Director) - ODR
Company: Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership
Location: Los Angeles
Posted on: September 21, 2023
Senior Staff Analyst, Health (Housing Director) - ODR If hired
for this position, you will be required to provide proof that you
are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to your start date, or have
a valid religious or medical reason qualifying you for an exemption
(that may or may not require accommodation) SUMMARYThe Senior Staff
Analyst, Health is responsible for the management of ODR's Housing
programs within Los Angeles County. This position will oversee the
planning, implementation, and contract monitoring and will work
with public, private and other community organizations to gain and
ensure cooperation in achieving program goals and objectives. This
position will work in close collaboration with multiple Department
of Health Services departments, other County Departments, State
funders, community-based organizations and other community
stakeholders to implement complex programs that will impact the
system-wide delivery of Health Agency services. The Senior Staff
Analyst, Health will supervise and provide technical and
administrative oversight to the Staff Analyst, Health positions
working on this program. This role will be reporting to the Program
Implementation Manager.Currently, ODR has a hybrid work schedule
with a combination of workdays in the office, in the field and
remote. This may change at discretion of DHS.FunctionsODR is
seeking candidates who have experience in homeless and housing
services or community mental health, program management, database
management, and experience working with community-based
organizations. The Housing Director is an essential part of ODR's
program operations, serving as a liaison to community-based
providers and internally supporting and partnering with ODR's
interim housing, permanent housing, and clinical staff. The
position will participate in planning discussions, evaluate project
needs, place a focus on continuous quality improvement, and
facilitate the day-to-day program operations necessary for the
effective execution of project objectives.
- Plans, organizes, assigns, and coordinates the work of a staff
of analysts serving as technical experts and consultants to
management in major health service areas.
- Develops policies and procedures, sets programmatic benchmarks,
and collects and analyzes outcomes data.
- Regular oversight of referral and access system, housing case
management services, employment services, rental subsidy
administration, housing location and placement, and program intake
- Provides regular programmatic updates to the Office of
Diversion and Re-Entry, its Steering Committee and member
departments, contracted agencies, Board of Supervisors, and
- Directs the implementation and day to day operations of the
projects, oversees the budget, and prepares project reports
including expenditure reports, service utilization, performance
data, and program outcomes.
- Analyzes project operations and outcomes and makes
recommendations to improve effectiveness and efficiency.
- Leads contract monitoring activities including annual
administrative and programmatic monitoring and invoice
- Has immediate responsibility for the orientation, training,
development, and evaluation of employees supervised.
- Reviews work for thoroughness, soundness of recommendations,
and compliance with applicable standards, policies, procedures and
- Supervises and participates in studies of complex and difficult
- Confers with administrators and with representatives of other
jurisdictions and agencies to discuss new and ongoing programs and
to exchange information.
- Coordinates and collaborates with all project partners (e.g.,
Office of Diversion and Re-Entry, participating departments,
contracted agencies, stakeholder groups) to ensure all elements of
the projects operate in the most efficient and effective
- Develops and monitors Memorandum of Understandings (MOUs) with
partners, facilitates regular meetings to manage project
implementation and oversight, and works with support service
providers to ensure seamless and integrated systems of care.
- Provides technical assistance to project partners and develops,
recommends, and implements project modifications.
- Researches and identifies philanthropic and government funding
opportunities to sustain and/or expand the projects and prepares
proposals to request funding.
- Oversees evaluation of Office of Diversion and Re-Entry
supportive housing projects.
- Leads evaluation design including goals and timeline in
collaboration with stakeholders (Office of Diversion and Re-Entry,
Steering Committee and member departments, contractors).
- Monitors deliverables from all partners and identifies
potential data collection roadblocks and identifies solutions.
- Monitors data quality and implements data improvement
procedures as needed. Collects all demographic and programmatic
data and tracks all participants for quality assurance
- Oversees ODR's delivery of CalAIM Community Supports
- Evaluates the overall success of the projects and reports
findings to project partners and stakeholders.
- Other duties as assigned.Job Qualifications:
- Experience in supervising professional employees in the
research, analysis, and preparation of recommendations regarding
the use and deployment of resources and the implementation and
improvement of operations and programs having department-wide
- Experience developing solutions to problems of organization,
program, procedure, budget or personnel.
- Highly responsible and complex administrative or staff
- Experience overseeing and managing capacity building projects
and support services to vulnerable populations.
- Ability to pay close attention to detail.
- Ability to work in a professional manner, with courtesy and
tact, and maintain confidentiality and security of documents and
- Ability to work collaboratively with multidisciplinary
professionals and partners both internally and externally.
- Must possess strong organizational skills initiative and
- Lived or professional experience implementing best practice
approaches with people experiencing homelessness, living with
serious mental illness, and/or whom have a criminal justice
background is strongly preferred.
- Ability to independently manage and implement program
activities in coordination with ODR team.
- Demonstrated experience building collaboration and partnerships
among diverse stakeholders, e.g., government, community
organizations and businesses.
- Ability to coordinate day to day work among multidisciplinary
teams (analysts, doctors, nurses, social workers, etc.) and service
providers, including providing real-time problem solving and
technical assistance as needed.
- Strong synthesis, analysis and writing skills with ability to
develop products, protocols and reports.
- Strong organizational skills, including an ability to manage
multiple work projects simultaneously, track project details, and
- Strong technical skills with Microsoft excel and experience
with database management (e.g., Electronic Health Record Systems)
- Ability to attend meetings, provide training, technical
assistance, and other job-related duties in locations throughout
Los Angeles County and have reliable transportation to carry out
- A Master's degree or higher from an accredited college or
university in Public Health, Public Administration, Business
Administration, Healthcare Administration, Healthcare Management,
Journalism, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Social Work, Psychology,
Community Development, Criminal Justice or a closely related field.
- OR - A Bachelor's degree and 6 years of relevant
- OR - At least 8 years of relevant experience in lieu of a
Master's or Bachelor's degree.
- AND - A minimum of four (4) years of highly responsible and
complex experience or (A) Analyzing and making recommendations that
address issues such as planning, program development, project
management, budget development, and program evaluation of health
and human services for low-income vulnerable populations - OR - (B)
Researching, studying and making recommendations to support health
or social service programs or policy.
- AND - A minimum of two (2) years supervising or leading a
multidiscipline team of staff performing direct service delivery,
administrative oversight, or project management of social service
programs in one of the following or similar fields: homeless
services, affordable housing development, community mental health,
substance use services, or diversion or reentry
services.Certificates/Licenses/ClearancesA valid California Class C
Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of
transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential
functions.PHYSICAL CLASS II - Light: Light physical effort which
may include occasional light lifting to a IO pound limit, and some
bending, stooping or squatting. Considerable walking may be
involved.Other Skills, Knowledge, and AbilitiesNIAPHYSICAL
DEMANDSStand FrequentlyWalk FrequentlySit FrequentlyHandling /
Fingering Occasionally Reach Outward OccasionallyReach Above
Shoulder OccasionallyClimb, Crawl, Kneel, Bend OccasionallyLift /
Carry Occasionally - Up to 50 lbsPush/Pull Occasionally - Up to 50
lbsSee ConstantlyTaste/ Smell Not ApplicableNot Applicable
Occasionally Frequently ConstantlyNot required for essential
functions (0 - 2 hrs/day)(2 - 5 hrs/day)(5+ hrs/day)WORK
ENVIRONMENTHeluna Health is an Affirmative Action, Equal
Opportunity Employer that encourages minorities, women, veterans,
and disabled to apply.The contractor will not discharge or in any
other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because
they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or
the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who
have access to the compensation information of other employees or
applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot
disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals
who do not otherwise have access to compensation information,
unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or
charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding,
hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the
employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to
furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)Equal Opportunity
Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with DisabilitiesThe
contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate
against employees or applicants because they have inquired about,
discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another
employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the
compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part
of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other
employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have
access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in
response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an
investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an
investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the
contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR
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