This position is responsible for the Impaired Driving Countermeasures and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program areas, which assists in developing countermeasures which will reduce the incidence and severity of traffic fatalities and injuries on Wisconsin roadways. This position serves as a departmental liaison with advisory bodies, federal safety program representatives, law enforcement agencies, judicial, prosecutorial, educational, and local governmental officials, Emergency Medical Technicians, First Responders, and various medical/health professional organizations, and a variety of volunteer and civic organizations. Responsibilities include:
- Performing grant program development, planning, monitoring and evaluation.
- Developing policies and procedures to guide grant programs.
- Identifying issues for consideration in developing grant plans and programs (including managing grant financing to grantees and interpreting fiscal reports, and departmental, state, and federal policies).
- Serving as a resource on grant programs.
- Ensuring proper adherence to State procurement and federal funding.
Qualified applicants must have all the following:
- Experience managing state or federal funded grants.
- Experience managing projects or programs with an organization or statewide impact.
- Experience reviewing documentation for compliance with federal or state programs.
In addition to the above, well qualified applicants will have experience with one or more of the following:
- Experience collaborating with external partners (i.e., community partners, professional organizations, etc.).
- Experience reviewing or interpreting information from federal, state, or other sources to educate other professionals or communities.
- Experience with statistical analysis or data management to inform or make data-based decisions.
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