Continuum of Care Performance Management Lead
Full-Time Continuum of Care Performance Management Lead at Ramsey County
Available Openings: 1
Industry: Government, Administration
Pay Type: Salary
Compensation: $72,776.84 - $108,352.83 Annually
Education Preferred: Yes
Education Level: Bachelor's Degree
E-Verify: Yes
Criminal Background: Yes

Basic Function

Ramsey County is seeking a Continuum of Care Performance Management Lead for Heading Home Ramsey. The role of this position is to serve a goal of making homelessness rare, brief, and non-recurring. The position leads systems’ level outcome strategies- providing direct support for Continuum of Care funded housing and homeless service providers and other community partners. This position includes daily activities of community coordination, data analysis and performance management including core Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Continuum of Care functions of Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) participation; coordination of the annual funding application; management of the Point in Time Count; and facilitation community needs assessments. (see this link (Download PDF reader) for full job details).
The basic function of this role is to carry out the Housing Stability department's planning and evaluation function, including analyzing regulations and statutes, developing program goals, making recommendations about program design, coordinating submission of all plans and grant applications to funding sources, and monitoring implementation of grants and the quality of data collected. This position may perform contract management functions by acting as liaison between vendor and department, prepares and assesses program evaluation data; may direct the process by which the departments use to manage information; and perform other duties as assigned. 

This position is classified as a Planning and Evaluation Analyst

Flexible Workplace
This position is identified under the designation of ‘flex work eligible’, meaning that the employee can formally opt to be in-office full-time or work a flex schedule in which at least two-days per week are performed in office and other days can be performed in a remote-first environment. Regardless of selection, the position carries expectations regarding on-site responsibilities and will require schedule flexibility beyond the minimum expectations set forth in the county’s flexible workplace policy. To view Ramsey County’s Flexible Workplace policy, go to: Flexible Workplace Policy - Ramsey County

If an internal candidate is selected, salary will be set in accordance with the personnel rules (i.e., promotion, transfer, or voluntary reduction).

To view or print a copy of the complete Ramsey County job (class) description for this position, go to: Job Descriptions. Once at this page, you can browse the alphabetical list or search for a job description. 

Exam/Screening Process Information

The examination process will consist of the following section with each section weighted as indicated:
Training and Experience Rating = 100%

The examination for Planning and Evaluation Analyst will consist of a training and experience rating, comprised of the questions in the attached supplemental questionnaire. Not all applicants who meet the minimum qualifications will pass the training and experience rating.  The rating on this supplemental questionnaire will depend on your answers to the questions – do not mark “see resume” or “see work history” as a response. Please answer all your questions clearly and completely.  Failure to respond could affect your score and final rank on this examination.

Eligible List:  The names of all applicants who filed a properly completed application and passed the examination/screening process shall be placed on the eligible list for an employment opportunity as a Planning and Evaluation Analyst Title. This list will be certified to the appointing authority which may use this list to conduct interviews to fill a vacancy. Candidates will remain on the list for 3 of month(s) or until hired, whichever occurs first. A notice will be sent to applicants at the time the eligible list is posted, informing them that the list has been posted and their rank on the list.
Banded List:  The names of all applicants who pass the examination with a score of 30 or higher will be forwarded to the department for further consider.

Veteran's Preference:  This is a classified position requiring an open, competitive selection process.  Veteran's Preference points will be applied after a candidate passes the examination process.  Applicants who are eligible for veteran's preference should update their veteran's DD214, and other supporting documents, and submit them as an attachment at the time of application.
Criminal Background Checks:  All employment offers are conditioned upon the applicant passing a criminal background check. Convictions are not an automatic bar to employment. Each case is considered on its individual merits and the type of work sought. However, making false statements or withholding information will cause you to be barred from employment, or removed from employment.

E-Verify Participation:  Ramsey County participates in the federal E-Verify program. This means that Ramsey County will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization. If the Government cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, Ramsey County is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact DHS and/or the SSA before taking adverse action against you, including terminating your employment. Employers may not use E-Verify to pre-screen job applicants and may not limit or influence the choice of documents you present for use on Form I-9.
Equal Opportunity Employer:  Ramsey County provides equal access to employment, programs, and services without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, sex (except when sex is a Bona Fide Occupational Qualification), disability, familial or marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity, public assistance status, place of residence, political affiliation, or national origin.

To print a paper application for this posting click Paper Application (Download PDF reader) (Download PDF reader). You will need to print this posting and answer the supplemental questions associated with this exam and submit them with your completed paper application.
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Examples of Work Performed

  1. Promote a diverse, culturally competent, and respectful workplace.
  2. Analyze and evaluate changes in legislation and in community needs by conducting or reviewing needs assessments and other studies, and by consulting with department staff and employees from outside agencies, in order to: develop program objectives and recommendations for program design; determine procedures to monitor and assess programs; and make recommendations for any needed changes in service delivery or operating policies and procedures.
  3. Present recommendations on program design to the management team and/or the Private Industry Council (PIC), and coordinate the final decision-making process.
  4. Participate as a member of the management team in coordinating the development of short and long range plans with staff and/or the PIC, and ensure that the team's assessment of budgetary and staffing needs reflect these plans.
  5. Provide contract management for an assigned department by negotiating contract terms and notify vendors of outcome, resolve contract related issues, review contract compliance and make recommendations to management, prepare and submit contract applications, and get the necessary signatures for contract approval.
  6. Oversee and coordinate the preparation of all grant applications and proposals to funding sources, monitor the implementation and expenditures of grants, and prepare grant reports for presentation to the Board of Commissioners.
  7. Prepare evaluation data on services provided or purchased by the department and monitor progress toward program goals, by performing on-site monitoring of contracted programs, and by preparing performance reports on both contracted and department programs for use by the management team, government monitoring agencies, and funding sources.
  8. Direct the management of information for an assigned area, which includes but is not limited to the compilation and maintenance of program performance records and the submission of required reports to regulatory agencies; develop recommendations for system changes in order to respond to new external and internal reporting requirements, advances in technology, and changes in rules, regulations and statutes.
  9. Develop policies and procedures regarding program evaluation, reporting, and regulatory requirements; inform department staff and contract staff of finalized policies, and follow up to ensure compliance.
  10. Organize and oversee the Request for Proposal (RFP) process to solicit grant or sub-grant proposals, direct the RFP review and approval process through the department and/or PIC, and negotiate contract work statements in conjunction with the department or division director.
  11. Prepare the budget for direct program services, monitor expenditures, and ensure that allocated funds are used in compliance with all legal requirements.
  12. Provide administrative support to several subcommittees of the department and/or Private Industry Council by: developing agendas and providing information for committee meetings, preparing and distributing meeting minutes and other committee communications, explaining state and federal guidelines, and conducting special projects or generating reports upon request.
  13. Represent the department to government and community organizations and has managerial authority for planning and administration issues in the Director's absence.

(The work assigned to a position in this classification may not include all possible tasks in this work and does not limit the assignment of any additional tasks in this classification. Regular attendance according to the position's management approved work schedule is required.)

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 


Minimum Qualifications

Education:  Bachelor's degree in public administration, social services, Social or behavioral sciences, management, or a closely related area.
Experience:  Three years of experience in grant and contract administration, or public program planning and evaluation, or the administration of an Employment and Training program.
Substitution:  A master's degree in public planning or closely related area may substitute for two years of the experience requirement.
Certifications/Licensure: None.

Ramsey County

Contact: Megan Simmons
Phone 651-266-2700
Metro Square
121 East Seventh Place
Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota 55101
Transit: On bus line, On the Green Line