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The Health Program Administrator I will be responsible for the administration and coordination of fiscal activities to support the Center for Health Workforce Studies. The incumbent will also provide programmatic coordination for the Center’s Director, Assistant Director, project directors, and other appropriate staff. The incumbent will perform grant management activities for the Center's various awards; perform contract management and personnel management activities; and provide coordination and oversight for the budgets of the Center's grants and contracts. The incumbent will also perform other related duties, as assigned.
The Project Aide will assist in providing project and administrative support for the Grants Administration staff. Responsibilities include answering phones, assisting to check group email accounts to sort, organize and triage emails to appropriate staff, assisting to maintain files and tracking systems, assisting to prepare correspondence and other documents, scheduling meetings and assembling meeting materials, maintaining calendars, assisting to process grant-related transactions, and performing other appropriate related duties as assigned.
The Public Health Specialist I will work within the Bureau of Early Intervention in the New York Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) program. The incumbent will be part of a team responsible for reducing the loss to follow-up/documentation for infants born in NYS who did not receive or did not pass their newborn hearing screening test. The incumbent will work with the EHDI team to provide technical assistance to healthcare providers and families in NYS; assist with the monthly analysis of EHDI data and data quality review process; assist in developing written materials; and perform other appropriate related duties for EHDI Program projects and initiatives.
This is a temporary, grant funded position expected to last until December 31, 2022.
The Evaluation Specialist II will utilize program, surveillance, and epidemiological data to contribute toward the monitoring and evaluation efforts of programs conducting HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) investigations, partner notification, and linkage/re-linkage to care activities in NYS. Programs include, but are not limited to, traditional Partner Services (PS) activities, Data to Care (DTC), and novel/demonstration projects. The incumbent will work with staff from other AIDS Institute divisions and units, county health departments, and other stakeholders to improve the quality of HIV/STI PS and linkage to care in NYS.
The Evaluation Specialist II will perform evaluation, analyses and dissemination of PS program outcomes, which includes participating in continuous quality assurance and improvement cycles for programmatic needs. The incumbent will also be responsible for contributing to provide guidance in support of the development of ad hoc reports, and written recommendations; ensuring and monitoring the accuracy and completeness of data entered by field staff through ongoing communications. The Evaluation Specialist II will work with AI staff to prepare abstracts for presentations at local and national conferences; prepare manuscripts for publication in peer reviewed journals. The incumbent will also perform other STI surveillance and other bureau level initiative data analytics.
The Health Program Administrator (HPA) will work within the Bureau of Administration, Division of Family Health (DFH). The incumbent will work with the Health Program Administrator I (HPA I) by contributing to contract management duties for the Public Health Crisis School-Based Health Center program. Responsibilities include but are not limited to supporting subcontractors and program staff in the preparation and review of various fiscal transactions; contribute to the development of subcontract award packages; provide technical assistance to grantees and program staff; initiate grant purchases on behalf of program staff; monitoring travel transaction activities for program staff, and other appropriate related duties.
The Evaluation Specialist II will coordinate disease surveillance and laboratory data quality activities, contributing to the evaluation of HIV/AIDS reports submitted by commercial and public health laboratories to New York State (NYS). The incumbent will: evaluate and monitor HIV laboratory reporting to ensure complete, accurate and timely reporting maintain, modify and develop analytic code to evaluate laboratory data, review laboratory reports, identify deficiencies in the data and follow-up with laboratories; coordinate activities related to the public health reporting approval process and recruitment of newly permitted laboratories; and provide technical assistance to labs on NYS rules and regulations for reporting. The incumbent will perform data analysis, develop narratives, descriptive statistics and summarize findings, and provide technical assistance to other research projects; contribute to research publications and presentations for the Bureau and other related duties as assigned.
The Program Research Specialist III will perform a broad range of essential epidemiological and investigation activities and provide guidance to respond to existing public health threats such as ongoing 2019 Novel Coronavirus response, disease surveillance, data analysis, cluster identification and reporting, control and prevention within the Western Regional Office. The incumbent will play a key role in conducting data surveillance and analysis using a variety of data collection systems. The incumbent will work with other regional and central office staff to develop, maintain, and monitor communicable disease data surveillance activities, including identification of clusters or outbreak, determination of trends, management, quality assurance, and analysis of surveillance datasets, and creation and presentation of reports that can be used to aid public health decision making. Other related duties as assigned.
The Program Research Specialist III will perform a broad range of essential epidemiological and investigation activities and provide guidance to respond to existing public health threats such as ongoing 2019 Novel Coronavirus response, disease surveillance, data analysis, cluster identification and reporting, control and prevention within the Metro Regional Office. The incumbent will play a key role in conducting data surveillance and analysis using a variety of data collection systems. The incumbent will work with other regional and central office staff to develop, maintain, and monitor communicable disease data surveillance activities, including identification of clusters or outbreak, determination of trends, management, quality assurance, and analysis of surveillance datasets, and creation and presentation of reports that can be used to aid public health decision making. Other related duties as assigned.
The Program Research Specialist III will perform a broad range of essential epidemiological and investigation activities and provide guidance to respond to existing public health threats such as ongoing 2019 Novel Coronavirus response, disease surveillance, data analysis, cluster identification and reporting, control and prevention within the Central New York Regional Office. The incumbent will play a key role in conducting data surveillance and analysis using a variety of data collection systems. The incumbent will work with other regional and central office staff to develop, maintain, and monitor communicable disease data surveillance activities, including identification of clusters or outbreak, determination of trends, management, quality assurance, and analysis of surveillance datasets, and creation and presentation of reports that can be used to aid public health decision making. Other related duties as assigned.
The Evaluation Specialist III will design and conduct analyses of a wide range of data related to HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and sexually transmitted infection service programs in support of ETE goals; perform data management activities, including the manipulation of large-scale databases, in support of ETE goals and projects; develop technical reports, papers, and other written documents related to ETE projects and interpret the results of statistical/data analyses for non-technical audiences; participate in all phases of the research and evaluation process related to determining the effectiveness of a broad range of ETE programs including the problem definition, literature review and synthesis, planning, execution, analysis, interpretation, and the reporting of findings; assist in creating and modifying algorithms that identify the populations served by the AIDS Institute within the various data sources utilized by Health Care Finance and Analytics staff; other appropriate related duties.
The Public Health Representative II will be located in the Bureau of HIV/STD Field Services (BHSFS) and will assist in improving health outcomes among communities heavily impacted by HIV and HIV/STI comorbidities. The incumbent will conduct confidential investigations of persons and their partners based on networks including but not limited to viremic Hispanic and Latino Men who have Sex with Men (HLMSM), MSM, and Black women including daily work in the community within their assigned NYS regional area. The incumbent will also conduct confidential investigations in response to HIV transmission time-space and molecular clusters.
The incumbent will be required to perform venipuncture or fingerstick, conduct disease screening activities in the field, incorporate evidence based interventions into internet-based and face-to-face interactions, contact health care providers to discuss patient care status, link patients newly diagnosed with HIV into care, identify partners and their social networks, complete the required disease investigation forms, enter forms into existing NYSDOH data systems, and other related duties as assigned. The incumbent will also assist in activities related to Out of Care efforts for patients with no evidence of prognostic lab results reported to NYSDOH and ensuring patients diagnosed with HIV are re-engaged into care.
Expected travel is up to 75%.
The Technical Support Specialist II will troubleshoot and provide technical support to the network infrastructure for Wadsworth systems in support of the Laboratory testing. The incumbent will join a team responsible for the design and documentation of networking infrastructure. The incumbent will also contribute to the design, implementation and maintenance of high availability for core network routers; maintain the Wadsworth wireless network and access point mapping at Wadsworth work sites and perform other appropriate related duties as assigned.
The AIDS Program Manager I (APM I) will manage and oversee HIV/STD/HCV prevention, linkage to care, supportive services, and related services programs in the Office of Population Health and Prevention Programs (OPHPP) that serve priority populations including women, the LGBTQ community, young people, persons who use drugs and communities of color. Funded program services include targeted testing, PrEP education and support, evidence-based interventions and linkage and navigation to healthcare and essential supportive services that aim to support improved health outcomes for the priority populations.
The APM I will manage and oversee the day-to-day operations of OPHPP staff, grant funded programs and contracts. The incumbent will be responsible for program planning and implementation, evaluation, quality improvement and resource allocation. Duties will include, but not be limited to development of program standards, guidelines, protocols and implementation plans; development of program models; oversight of service delivery, fiscal management of program budgets and expenditures; data analysis; compliance monitoring, assessment of contractor performance related to key performance measures and program outcomes, and reporting; quality improvement activities; participation on interdisciplinary teams and work groups. The APM I will ensure the compliance with contract requirements, state mandates and state and federal funding requirements. Other appropriate related duties as assigned.
The Health Program Administrator I will be responsible for contract management for HIV/STI/HCV prevention and related services programs funded through the Office of Population Health and Prevention Programs. Programs are funded to provide services for persons with HIV and those who engage in high-risk behaviors in need of HIV/STI/HCV testing, evidence-based interventions, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), linkage and navigation to healthcare, and essential supportive services that improve overall health outcomes. The incumbent will also be responsible for performing fiscal management and data management; conduct site visits and evaluate contracts to ensure initiatives/projects are achieving key performance measures; develop written materials; coordinate program planning and development; and perform other appropriate related duties.
The Director, Clinical Programs will work in Albany, NY within the Office of the Medical Director (OMD). The incumbent will serve as a key member of the OMD management team and will be responsible for policy formulation, program planning, design and implementation; directing resource allocation; directing program evaluation, directing strategic planning, directing the management of programs, supervising staff and representing the OMD at expert advisory committee meetings and the AIDS Institute in meetings with other high level staff within the Department of Health, as well as with other State agencies. The incumbent will provide clinical or subject matter expertise, leadership, and direction to all AIDS Institute programs. The specific duties of this position will also include, but not be limited to the following responsibilities as they relate to Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), the Linkage, Retention and Adherence initiative and the OMD Fiscal Services Unit.
The Data Administrator II will work with the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS) Team to improve data quality and follow-up on issues identified by users of Excelsior Pass vaccinated at a NYS MVS. The incumbent will assist in developing and handling and collecting identifiable data for quality assurance and follow-up; stay abreast NYSIIS functionality, Countermeasure Data Management System (CDMS) functionality, communicate with general public (if/as needed) regarding issues with records, and review MVS error files. The Data Administrator II will also assist in developing NYSIIS user instruction and updating NYSIIS user accounts; and perform other appropriate related duties.
The NYSIIS is a confidential, secure, web-based system that collects and maintains demographic, immunization and blood lead test information in one consolidated record for persons of all ages in New York State (outside of New York City). The NYS CDMS supports the collection of immunization data at NYS mass vaccination sites (MVS). The NYS Excelsior Pass is secure, digital proof of vaccine immunity to COVID-19 and Pass Plus provides safe access to testing information and vaccination information, and includes vaccine type, site, and date of vaccination, similar to the paper CDC Card. The inclusion of this health information, including negative test results, enables interested New Yorkers a verifiable record of their COVID-19 vaccination history for record-keeping and/or usage outside of New York State.
The Senior Database Developer will work in the Bureau of HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Systems Development and Maintenance Team and will be responsible for leading database development; serve as an active member of the team that oversees and leads the evaluation of data quality and improvement of overall surveillance system data quality; provide technical expertise to enhance and improve system data; supervise staff; oversee database performance enhancements and perform other appropriate related duties.
The incumbent will be responsible for ensuring effective communication between end users, the database development team and Database Administrators to implement application systems to support Bureau and Department mission critical core functions.
The Senior Laboratory Technician will be responsible for performing the following duties:
* Processing specimens and paperwork for COVID testing.
* Perform pipette and instrument verification and calibration and minor repair.
* Laboratory cleaning and disinfection.
* Perform inventory management and daily laboratory quality control.
* Contact submitting laboratories to obtain missing information needed to process specimens.
* Other related duties as assigned.
The Health Program Coordinator will work within the Bureau of Child Health's (BCH's) School Health Unit (SHU) to assist with the coordination of activities for the deliverables of this grant. The incumbent will be responsible for programmatic coordination of contracts; review of fiscal and administrative documents; review of data and reports; perform other reporting activities; and will be responsible for performing other appropriate related duties.
The Contract Processing Specialist II will have administrative responsibilities associated with the Fiscal Management
Unit in the Division of HIV/STD/Hepatitis C Prevention Services (DOP). Duties will include: reviewing, processing and
tracking of voucher claims and budget modifications from contractors, assisting in verifying compliance with approved
budgets; assisting in problem solving with contractors and contract managers when issues arise; tracking status related to contractor spending and assist in producing reports on voucher activities; providing technical assistance to contractors; participate in monitoring site visits as required; maintaining contract databases and performing other appropriate related duties as assigned.