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Ohio Department of Development - Community Development Analyst (HWAP)

April 01, 2022

Starting Salary: $26.24 hr. / $54,579 yr.
Pay Range: 32
Job Classification/Status: Classified
Bargaining Unit: 14
Division/Office: Community Services/Energy & Environment
Location: 77 South High Street, 25th Floor, Columbus, Ohio
Work Hours: Day Hours, M-F


Job Duties:
Monitors community agencies & training providers (e.g., local public & private non-profit) for compliance with federal & state requirements in implementing the Home Weatherization Assistance Program (i.e., HWAP) in the Office of Energy & Environment (i.e., OEE), & other related programs as assigned (e.g., Electric Partnership Program [i.e., EPP] & Enhancement): Serves as primary office contact for assigned agencies; travels to communities to review files & grant activities; assesses compliance with applicable state & federal laws (e.g., Ohio Revised Code, Code of Federal Regulations, Ohio Development Services Agency [i.e., ODSA]/OEE policies & procedures, applicable fiscal circulars, EPP, Enhancement & HWAP Policies & Procedures Manual & Ohio Standard Work Specifications for Home Energy Upgrades [i.e., SWS]); writes reports regarding agency performance & compliance/non-compliance; details corrective action steps for implementation by grantee; reviews agency responses to OEE monitoring reports; provides guidance to agencies to ensure corrective compliance steps are adhered to; completes follow-up on outstanding monitoring issues to resolve issues; provides training & technical assistance on HWAP, Enhancement & EPP administrative topics to agencies, local government officials, grant administrators, other state agencies & other interested parties; prepares training for OEE sponsored or affiliate events; responds to customer inquiries in a reasonable timeframe, through the Business Response Line or direct contact; processes, evaluates & approves grant proposals, budget revisions, grant amendments, reimbursement requests, materials accountability, & other HWAP & EPP related administrative requests; drafts guidance on program issues (e.g., Information Updates, Program Notices, Operations Memos) & evaluates agency performance & assigns ratings for approval by OEE.

Develops, conducts & attends energy training seminars & meetings: maintains records, data documentation & reports; collaborates regarding energy operations with various stakeholders such as the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, utilitysponsored weatherization programs, federal officials, local governments, building contractors, non-profits & other officials in energy community.

Minimum Classification Qualifications (a test may be given as part of the selection process):
Completion of an undergraduate core program in business administration, public administration, city and regional planning, sociology, social services or political science; 12 months experience in planning, developing &/or implementing community &/or economic development programs. Must be able to provide own transportation.

-Or 36 months experience in planning, developing &/or implementing community &/or economic development programs.
Must be able to provide own transportation.

Unusual Work Conditions
Requires travel – must be able to provide own transportation or, in order to operate State vehicle, must possess valid driver’s

The final candidate selected for this position will be required to undergo a criminal background check. 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.

Ohio Department of Development, Human Resources Office
77 South High Street, 27th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215-6130

The State of Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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