Resource Manager-Health and Human Services
Leads strategic activities related to resource allocation in support of Health and Human Services (HHS) system-wide priorities and initiatives. Utilizing sophisticated quantitative and analytical methods, the manager collects and analyzes complex financial and program data to identify trends and evaluate resource allocation effectiveness. Leads the data-driven single coordinate HHS resource plan in coordination with other key senior HHS leaders. Works with multiple and varied HHS staff. Supports the development and subsequent revision of the HHS strategic framework which includes: HHS Needs Assessment, HHS Resource Plan, HHS Action Plan, and the HHS Report Card. Working with the Human Service Council (HSC) and other stakeholder groups, solicits input and feedback from community-driven processes regarding the HHS Resource Plan and other HHS initiatives and then reports out to the HHS Deputy County Executive (DCE), the OSM Director, the HHS Leadership Team and the Department of Management and Budget (DMB).Illustrative Duties (The illustrative duties listed in this specification are representative of the class but are not an all-inclusive list. A complete list of position duties and unique physical requirements can be found in the position description.)
- The HHS Resource Manager leads strategic activities related to resource allocation, to include both financial and human, in support of HHS priorities and initiatives;
- Recommends and coordinates the identification of strategies to address resource gaps or improve effectiveness of current resource allocations, as well as the alignment of resourcing between agency initiatives and strategic HHS priorities;
- Leads the development, updating, and dissemination of a single coordinated resource plan that articulates the data driven allocation of new resources in alignment with HHS priorities and initiatives;
- Evaluates fee structures for sustainability and, to the extent possible, consistency across HHS;
- Working in collaboration with HHS agency directors and staff, performs comparative analysis of Fairfax County's HHS and other similar systems;
- Supports cost-benefit analysis of new proposals and existing programs;
- Coordinates budget requests related to multi-agency initiatives with HHS involvement and supports coordination of HHS annual budget development and quarterly reviews;
- Prepares and conducts presentations on HHS resource allocation and performance topics;
- Understands the role and of various complex funding streams to specific HHS programs, and monitors and evaluates federal and state legislative proposals in concert with the County's legislative office and HHS program and financial staff;
- Manages and coordinates HHS efforts in capital planning and development, to include oversight of Capital Improvement Program needs.
- Oversees comprehensive planning and facility development efforts working with HHS agencies, the Department of Management and Budget and the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services;
- Serves as OSM's budget and financial manager; contracts and procurement; and, budget preparation, execution and analysis;
- Supports revenue maximization efforts throughout HHS, including the supervision of OSM staff responsible for grant writing;
- Supports boards, authorities and commissions as needed;
- Advanced knowledge of quantitative and research methods used to collect and analyze complex data and identify trends;
- Advanced knowledge of the principles, theories, and practices of public administration, particularly regarding governmental resource allocation and administration;
- Advanced knowledge of County organization, policy, procedures and practices, particularly regarding the budget cycle and budget development and monitoring;
- Knowledge of the HHS strategic framework which includes: HHS Needs Assessment, HHS Resource Plan, HHS Action Plan, and the HHS Report Card;
- Knowledge of corporate systems and processes;.
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor's degree.
A master's degree in business administration, health services administration, public administration or related field
Five or more years of related experience in a health or human services organization with increasingly responsible work in budget preparation or closely-related analysis work such as revenue analysis, organizational performance measurement analysis, or fiscal legislative analysis.
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS:
Must have a valid driver's license.
SPECIAL NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS:
The appointee to this position will be required to complete a criminal background check, credit history check and a driver's license check to the satisfaction of the employer.
Five years of experience in multi-agency budget analysis, fiscal/program and/or trend analysis in a public or governmental setting; experience in performance measurement and evaluation; experience with automated financial systems. Comprehensive knowledge of and demonstrated ability to apply resource planning and analysis, and procedures within a health care and/or human service system. Thorough knowledge of data collection, management and analysis. Skill in researching, compiling, analyzing, and evaluating trend, financial and program data and formulating plans and projections. Ability to provide timely and accurate financial reports.
Experience with complex health and human services financing, grants management, buy/build cost benefit analysis, capital planning, and resource planning. Knowledge of federal and state funding streams supporting health and human services, as well as grant funding and fee structures. Experience with fiscal and programmatic impact analysis of legislative proposals. Previous supervisory experience and work in a matrix structured organization with multiple work teams and agencies is preferred. As is the ability to build strong relationships across organizational and program area boundaries.
Job is generally sedentary in nature; however, mobility to attend meetings at various county locations is required. Ability to use keyboard-driven equipment. Visual acuity is required. Employee may be required to lift up to 15 pounds. Physical requirements can be performed with or without accommodations.
It is the policy of Fairfax County Government to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, genetics, or disability in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of its workforce.
Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during application and/or interview processes per the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact 703-324-4900 for assistance. TTY 711. EEO/AA/TTY.