ODSA - Deputy Chief, Office of Community Assistance

June 12, 2019

PN: 20082178
Job Classification: Administrative Staff
Starting Salary: $85,000 yr. + based on qualifications 
Civil Service Status: Unclassified, Exempt
Division: Community Services
Location: 77 South High Street, 25th Floor
Supervisor: Michael Fraizer – Assistant Chief, Community Services Division
Dated Posted: June 12, 2019
Deadline for Applying: June 26, 2019
Job Duties:
Acts as Deputy Chief for Office of Community Assistance (i.e., OCA) in Community Services Division (i.e., CSD): in consultation with the Chief & Assistant Chief of CSD, is responsible for budgeting & operations of office; exercises responsibility for program administration & evaluation; develops program goals & annual state plans; identifies policy issues related to Home Energy Assistance Program (i.e., HEAP, Community Services Block Grant [i.e., CSBG], Universal Service Fund [i.e., USF], Home Weatherization Assistance Program [i.e., HWAP], Electric Partnership Program [i.e., EPP]), & State Energy Programs; develops plans & goals for all low-income programs in office; establishes & administers contracts with Community Action Agencies, local utility companies for implementation of HEAP regular & emergency programs & recipients of the Energy Loan Program; sets office goals, tasks, staffing; exercises administrative responsibility for budgeting & fiscal control & personnel management.
Serves as policy advisor to Chief & Assistant Chief of Community Services Division on all matters concerning the Office of Community Assistance; represents CSD Chief & Assistant Chief, Development Services Agency Director & Governor at meetings, conferences, seminars; travel to & from meetings, conferences & seminars within & outside of Ohio.
Working in coordination with Chief & Assistant Chief of CSD and Finance Services liaison, maintains & develops business practices for Finance & Operation Sections: coordinates activities with PUCO, Consumers Council, Department of Welfare, ODJFS, Auditor’s Office, Public Benefits Advisory Board & General Assembly; represents Community Services Office & its programs on various committees & at public hearings & makes presentations before these groups; oversees the annual Rate Case filing for the Universal Service Fund & prepare testimony for the Administrative Cost Portion. Monitors & develops Agency’s business relationships with program stakeholders such as the Ohio Association of Community Action Agencies & Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy; serves as policy advisor to Chief & Assistant Chief of Community Services Division on all matters concerning HEAP & related community services programs; performs other duties as assigned.
Demonstrates commitment to sound metrics, accountability & transparency while ensuring quality customer service.
Position Specific Qualifications:
  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Public/Business Administration, City & Regional Planning, Urban Planning, Political Science or closely related area.
  2. Substantial experience in government or non-profit program administration. Previous experience administering community services programs including grant administration preferred.
  3. Demonstrated supervisory/management experience to include hiring, evaluating, training, motivating & administering disciplinary actions required.
  4. Previous experience developing & managing an operating budget.
  5. Excellent communication & presentation skills.
  6. Working knowledge of computer software programs including spreadsheets & database management, as well as skill utilizing all forms of wireless devices to enhance work productivity.

The final candidate selected for this position will be required to undergo a criminal background check & drug screen.  Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position.  An individual assessment of an applicant's prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.

TO APPLY, VISIT THE STATE OF OHIO JOB WEBSITE AT: http://careers.ohio.gov or https://ohiomeansjobs.com 

Ohio Development Services Agency, Human Resources Office
77 South High Street, 27th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43216
(614) 466-2072 Fax: (614) 644-9030

The State of Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Comments (3) - Post a Comment
Sometimes weather can perfect and day can be wonderful. It is explained by grade miners services people can make plans in pleasant weather. They can take part in different activities those days and can enjoy very well with friends and family.
Lincoln Sparks at 8:01pm EDT - July 20, 2019
The ISO certifications hold a lot of importance nowadays if you plan to go a long way in this field of work. You should try bitcoin casino nz some requesting mails with the assistance of NZ bitcoin casinos and I am sure you will receive a positive response. I am hoping to see you succeed.
Matthew at 12:23pm EDT - September 6, 2019
Junior School Certificate and the Junior Dakhil Certificate exam results will be released same time every year. Know more details at official site.
https://www.bdjscresult2019.com/ at 7:05am EDT - September 17, 2019

Post A Comment

Name: (*Required)
Email: (*Required)
- Not Displayed With Comment

« Back to Career Board

Ohio Conference of Community Development Public Service Scholarship

Learn More

The scholarship program was established by OCCD to honor two men who dedicated their careers to Public Service. 

Like to make a donation?
Click Here


Upcoming Events

  • Determining Income and Allowances Training

    A fundamental component of using housing grant funds effectively is ensuring they target eligible households. Participants will learn how to effectively use the two definitions for annual income in Section 92.203 of the HOME Program Final Rule
    Sep 25, 2019
  • HOME Written Agreements

    A one day training covering the HOME requirements for written agreements.
    Oct 29, 2019
  • OCCD 2019 Fall Meeting

    OCCD 2019 Fall Meeting Embassy Suites, Corporate Exchange Drive, Columbus, Ohio October 30-31, 2019
    Oct 30, 2019