BARTLETT CITY SCHOOLS – PLANNER

This is a Bartlett City Schools position that reports to the Superintendent and with limited supervision, will provide leadership in the development, implementation, and management of all facets related to municipal school district growth.  This position is also a shared position among the municipal districts through a shared service agreement.

Major responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Establishes goals and objectives for long-range planning using various tools to investigate concerns, assess needs, and evaluate the impact on the municipal districts and their educational programs.

Provide leadership to ensure understanding and compliance with the educational objectives, policies and procedures of the Municipal School Districts, Tennessee Department of Education as well as State and Federal regulations.

Prepares, maintains and regularly updates a five-year master plan to include facilities planning, student demographic and enrollment projections.

Supervises the use and maintenance of the MapNet program in determining school zones and the official street index for the system.

Serves as a liaison and coordinates planning activities with government personnel and agencies as appropriate.

Designs and conducts research to identify enrollment and growth patterns throughout the districts.

Consults with the Superintendents as appropriate to guide and coordinate their recommendations to the Board of Education on construction projects for new or existing facilities and the need of portable classrooms.

Works with personnel from various departments across the district to discuss and advise of projected growth and student enrollment.

Coordinates work with the respective Enrollment Committees.

Responds to system stakeholders’ questions and comments in a timely manner.

Improves professional skills and knowledge; assumes educational leadership roles; and performs duties in a professional, honest, and responsible manner.

Performs such other duties that may be assigned by the Superintendent.

Qualifications

Minimum Training and Qualifications include: Bachelor’s Degree with a major in urban planning or a related area; extensive experience in school planning, urban or regional planning or a related field; experience in research, planning and mapping work preferably in a school or local government setting; ability to work across departments with varied audiences and strong group processing and presentation skills.

Special Requirements

This position requires proficient use of microcomputers to include word-processing, spreadsheet and database applications; experience with the use of GIS technology to prepare maps and excellent oral and written communications skills.

Miscellaneous Information

Requires a valid driver’s license and working knowledge of office equipment and software. Will work in a non-smoking environment. EOE

Apply Here:  http://www.cityofbartlett.org/jobs.aspx?jobID=115

Memphis Ryan White Program of Shelby County Government is seeking a Data Analyst

 

The Memphis Ryan White Program of Shelby County Government is seeking a Data Analyst. The Memphis Ryan White Program is a talented and passionate twelve person team. The data analyst is a vital member of the team, because making  decisions informed and driven by data is critical to the program’s success. You can learn more about the Memphis Ryan White Program by visiting our website at www.hivmemphis.org.

This is a full time position with benefits. The position posting is available at https://jobs.shelbycountytn.gov/JobListings.aspx. It is job number 13-191. The last day to apply is Friday, December 20, 2013.   

 

Jennifer Marshall Pepper, Program & Quality Manager

Ryan White Program /1075 Mullins Station Road, W273/Memphis, TN 38134

901-222-8279 (Office) / 901-222-8290 (Fax)

E-mail: Jennifer.Pepper@shelbycountytn.gov

 

Job Announcement

EMPLOYMENT WITH SHELBY COUNTY GOVERNMENT REQUIRES:

– A satisfactory check of references.

– A medical examination may be required and may be considered before any appointment can be finalized; and may require a laboratory test for alcohol and substance abuse.

– Candidate selected for position must reside in Shelby County as of employment date and remain a resident.

– Federal law requires that the selected candidate provide proof of identity and employment eligibility.

– All Shelby County employees must receive their payroll check through direct deposit as a condition of employment.

Human Resources recommends that the job posting announcement be printed or saved to a file on your computer before the job closing date. After the job closes the job posting announcement will be unavailable.

Shelby County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, national origin or handicap status.

Shelby County Government participates in E-Verify

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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Type of Posting “GRANT-FUNDED”

Job Title DATA ANALYST

Job Number 13-881

Job Code C1905

Department DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES

Open Date 12/13/2013

Close Date 12/20/2013

Position Summary

Performs professional duties involved in analyzing and designing complex research studies and implementing

ways of measuring efficiency and effectiveness of administrative and operational problems, programs or policies.

SALARY:

$3,192.00 Monthly

EEOC CODE: 20

GRADE: 48

Minimum Qualifications

1. Four (4) years experience in operations research and analysis techniques; and

2. Graduation from accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business or public administration,

education, or psychology; OR

3. Two (2) years experience in operations research and analysis techniques; and

4. Graduation from accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business or public administration,

education, or psychology; or

5. Equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.

6. (PROOF OF EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND/OR EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED)

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Special Requirements

1. Must have reliable transportation.

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Works with Epidemiology staff to ensure availability of accurate, up to date, complete, comprehensive and

timely census and HIV/AIDS/STD/TB/HEP data on epidemiological and demographic indicators – collected,

collated, analyzed and interpreted at levels. Identifies other data that relates to the project and include in analysis

as appropriate (e.g., number of persons receiving HIV/AIDS drugs, HIV + person in TGA jails, HIV + persons in VA

system, State Medicaid HIV data).

2. Coordinates data activities with primary partners (MSCHD and State Epidemiology staff).

3. Identifies other entities that have relevant data and develop/maintain those relationships.

4. Leads and participates in the development of the TGA needs assessment by planning and implementing

assessment of HIV/AIDS related community resources and needs including organizing, conducting and analyzing

results of focus groups.

5. Designs, supervises and analyzes results of surveys; collects and analyzes research data related to HIV

services within the TGA.

6. Actively participates and contributes the Memphis TGA Comprehensive Plan.

7. Designs and implements special studies to trend and review key aspects of the project (service utilization

patterns, special population studies, access to care measurement) and complete special reports.

8. Presents data and reports to stakeholders (e.g., Planning Council, Ryan White staff) through written, electronic

and verbal presentations. Participates in the preparation of federal grant reports and applications.

9. Monitors and provides oversight of data collection from contractor and sub-contractors and serves as a point of

contact for contractors on data matters.

10. Designs and implements policies and procedures necessary to the coordination, update compliance, oversight,

and integrity of the HIV service data reporting and management collection process plan.

11. Monitors service provider database entries by making periodic on site visits and desktop operations, develops

corrective action plans that will bring service providers into compliance with state and federal requirements.

12. Provides technical assistance and training on the data management system and database software to County

employees and subcontractor personnel.

13. Prepares reports required by Program Manager, Planning Council and federal funding sources on a timely

basis.

14. Performs other related duties as directed.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

1. Thorough knowledge of the principles and techniques of organizational management/efficiency studies.

2. Thorough knowledge of statistics.

3. Working knowledge of the various types of analyses used in operational studies and the appropriate

circumstances in which to use them

4. Basic knowledge of the overall organizational structure of the Ryan White program; basic knowledge of Shelby

County Government and departmental rules, policies and procedures.

5. Skill in working with the public.

6. Strong knowledge of data management systems and computer software; and good knowledge of grant program

administration and program evaluation.

7. Skill in communicating effectively, both verbally and in writing; skill in utilizing work-processing and spreadsheet

software.

8. Ability to work with professionals and community groups; ability to organize and report information; ability to

communicate effectively with hostile, abusive or irrational individuals; ability to establish and maintain effective

working relationships with co-workers, other County employees, service providers, federal and state project

officers, outside organizations and the general public.

9. Skill in collecting information from various types of research materials.

10. Ability to analyze administrative problems and recommend improvements.

11. Ability to develop policies independently.

12. Ability to use personal and/or main-frame computers to facilitate analysis and implementation.

13. Ability to design and conduct instructional programs.

14. Ability to coordinate a large number of activities.

15. Ability to evaluate situations effectively.

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16. Ability to interpret statistical data.

17. Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.

18. Ability to train others.

Work Location 1075 Mullins Station Road, Memphis, Tennessee 38134

Shelby County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of

race, color, age, sex, national origin or handicap status

Shelby County Government participates in E-Verify

Equal Opportunity Employer

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