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You can make $25 an hour as a Program/Project Analyst for Atlanta Regional Commission. This position is located in Atlanta, GA.
- Knowledge of existing aging, health, and community services networks in the community.
- Knowledge of health education, program management, and/or aging.
- Skill in developing, implementing, and managing program components.
- Ability to recruit, manage, train, and supervise volunteers.
- Ability to implement programs and prioritize work to attain goals.
- Ability to manage complex competing priorities.
- Ability to analyze data and prepare reports; ensure compliance and continual improvement of programs.
- Ability to juggle competing priorities and strong attention to detail.
- Strong collaboration and partnership development skills with internal team members, supervisors, and community partnerships.
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail; excellent written and verbal communication skills; and excellent time management skills.
- Strong customer service skills; excellent organizational, communication and time management skills.
- Proficient in using database technology and Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Microsoft Teams, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
- Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, counseling, or psychology.
- One (1) year of related experience, which may include internship experience.
- Work with the Program Development Unit Manager and Evidence-Based Program Coordinator to identify program priorities, outcomes, and opportunities for program growth.
- Collaborate with the EBP Coordinator, facilitate CPSMP lay leader screening, training and quarterly meetings and convene the Living Well Steering Committee on a quarterly basis.
- Manage CPSMP operations to ensure program goals and objectives are met. This includes program development and implementation; data collection, entry, analysis, and reporting; and lay leader recruitment, engagement, and retention.
- Coordinate all CPSMP workshops and related logistics; ensure successful program delivery; and resolve any issues that may occur.
- Develop an outreach plan and marketing activities to increase awareness of the CPSMP program in the community.
- Recruit program partners, lay leaders, and participants.
- Prepare complex reports and documents; gather, input, and analyze data; make presentations to community groups, stakeholders, partners, and funders.
- Build and maintain relationships with partners, stakeholders, and the community.
- Research and identify sustainable funding resources to support program expansion.
- Perform other duties as assigned to support agency goals and objectives.
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