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Healthcare Apprenticeship Grant Manager

at State of Colorado

Pay: $58000 to $60000/year
$58000 - $60000
Posted: 9/27/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 2584852
Keywords: manager

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GJA#299839 - 9/2019

How to apply: https://cccs.hiretouch.com


Hiring Salary Range:
$58,000 - $60,000

Description of Job


HEALTHCARE APPRENTICESHIP GRANT MANAGER (4 YEAR TIME-LIMITED POSITION)

Note:
 This position will close on October 27, 2019. A review of candidates will begin on October 18, 2019. Applicants are encouraged to apply early for full consideration.

  • Are you ready to make a difference across the state of Colorado in front of and behind the scenes in a newly created role?
  • Do you enjoy working with and developing collaborative relationships with diverse groups of individuals?
  • Are you passionate about grant management and project management?
 

The Colorado Community College System is made up of 13 unique colleges with over 40 locations across the state, educating 137,000 students every year. Our mission is to provide an accessible, responsive learning environment where our students can achieve their educational, professional and personal goals in an atmosphere that embraces academic excellence, diversity and innovation.

The Healthcare Apprenticeship and Grant Manager is a four-year grant funded position charged with managing the CCCS nine-million dollar sub-award of the Colorado Healthcare Experiential Learning Pathways (CO-HELPS) grant. The CO-HELPS grant aims to create 5,000 new healthcare apprentices throughout state, and eventually across multiple states. Through strong organizational, interpersonal, grant/fiscal management and leadership skills, the Apprenticeship and Grant Manager manages the CCCS sub-award, enhances and maintains business partner relationships, and serves as the single point of contact for all CCCS and CO-HELPS education partners. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

GRANT MANAGEMENT: 60%

  • Provide statewide leadership for the CCCS sub-award of the CO-HELPS grant in collaboration with the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE). 
  • Utilize extensive experience and judgement with grant program management to plan and accomplish statewide CO-HELPS program goals.
  • Work with Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) representatives within the CCCS 13 participating community colleges, Aims Community College, Emily Griffith Technical College, and Colorado State University.
  • Develop and maintain grant, technical assistance, communications, and outreach documents (application and reporting forms, policies and procedures, fact sheets, guides/manuals, etc.).
  • Review applications and reporting information for all grant submissions, report to the IHE any questions or changes required, review final reports for approval, record intake and reporting data, maintain sub-grant files.
  • Develop and deploy processes to distribute funds to colleges for program development and, where appropriate, business reimbursements.  Manage distributions and reimbursements to IHEs, and reporting in coordination with the CCCS financial manager and CDHE.
  • Monitor sub-award data for outcomes, impact, and improvements.  Support grant data collection and reporting requirements with CDHE.
  • Develop and deploy processes to distribute funds to colleges for program development and, where appropriate, business reimbursements.  Manage distributions and reimbursements to IHEs, and reporting in coordination with the CCCS financial manager and CDHE.
  • Monitor sub-award data for outcomes, impact, and improvements.  Support grant data collection and reporting requirements with CDHE.
 

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: 20%

  • Build processes and procedures to assist in the business engagement process.
  • Develop and acquire a customer relationship management (CRM) system for business lead tracking and apprenticeship performance.
  • Update and maintain CO-HELPS program CCCS website content, identify opportunities for external communications and participate in design of dissemination instruments.
  • Develop and execute business development, lead generation, and communication strategies for businesses and IHEs.
  • Research and facilitate collaboration between IHEs and industry for work-based learning program development.
 

PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT: 20%

  • Co-manage Healthcare Apprenticeship Consultants (4) to build collaborative approaches to apprenticeships and program development. These positions are unique in that they are shared roles between organizations.
  • Work directly with CDHE Director of Workforce Development to align programs with articulation agreements and ensure streamlined transfer opportunities.
  • Collaborate with Academic and Student Affairs at CCCS, including Career and Technical Education (CTE), to ensure apprenticeships are core components of healthcare pathways and that curriculum approval processes are met.
  • Collaborate with state agencies including, but not limited to: Colorado Department of Labor, Colorado Workforce Development Council, Colorado Department of Higher Education, Colorado Department of Education, and Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs.

Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights

  • Four years relevant experience which can be a combination of the following: Bachelor's Degree in a related field, and/or related professional experience in higher education, grant management, or workforce development.
  • Project/program management experience.
  • Experience monitoring State, Federal, and/or private funds.
  • Experience with data collection and analysis.
  • Knowledge of higher education and workforce development integration, career pathways, and work-based learning/training concepts, with a focus on apprenticeships.

Supplemental Information

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Strong relationship development skills.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written skills.
  • Ability to effectively interface with internal and external program participants.
  • Responsible, independent worker.
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines.
  • Ability to understand new concepts, synthesize information, and operationalize new program policies and procedures.
Additional Information:

Work Location/Travel Expectations:

  • Physical Work Location is 9101 East Lowry Boulevard, Denver, CO 80230.
  • In-state travel is likely and may take up to 25% of the individual's time.

Note: This position will close on October 27, 2019. A review of candidates will begin on October 18, 2019. Applicants are encouraged to apply early for full consideration.