The University of Tennessee Knoxville, College of Social Work, through the Social Work Office of Research and Public Service (SWORPS) is accepting applications for a Project Manager for the Knoxville Homeless Management Information System (KnoxHMIS). The Project Manager works in conjunction with and under the supervision of the KnoxHMIS Program Director/Principle Investigator (PI) to facilitate and coordinate all activities in the successful operation and implementation of KnoxHMIS. This position is situated in SWORPS. The Project Manager works in close coordination with the SWORPS Director and associated staff. The HMIS Project Manager acts as the lead and liaison between the Continuum of Care, local government, community partner agencies, community stakeholders, software vendors, and University of Tennessee.
Program Manager's responsibilities will include but are not limited to serving as the primary spokes-person for KnoxHMIS; working to influence enhanced software utilization, generating community buy-in for housing initiatives, and negotiating partnerships. Duties also include, though not limited to, supervision of the coordinated entry system facilitation, intern, and contracted staff; guiding strategic planning and oversight of the technical infrastructure and services to implement and administer KnoxHMIS; monitoring participation agreements, governance charters, client consent forms, interagency sharing agreements, system-user agreements and user code of ethics policy; evaluating KnoxHMIS activities and analysis of data quality generated by the system routinely; coordination and monitoring of all changes to the database resulting from revisions to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) HMIS data standards; and assisting in the generation and submission of program and community-level reports from KnoxHMIS, including the HUD components of the annual Notice of Funding Application (NOFA), Point in Time Count, Housing Inventory Count, System performance Measures, Longitudinal Study Analysis, program annual performance reports, emergency solutions CAPER reports, and community development block grant reports.
Internal Number: 200547
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