The Case Management Program Monitor conducts monitoring reviews, writes monitoring reports, and designs monitoring toolkits for HHS/ACF funded programs that serve refugee populations.
Performs on-site and remote monitoring reviews to ascertain recipient compliance with program requirements and collect data on programmatic outcomes
Conducts individual and/or group interviews with recipient staff, program participants, and external stakeholders about program administration, operations, quality of services, and program outcomes
Reviews program data, including recipient program documentation, pre-monitoring questionnaires, and client or medical case files, to determine compliance with grant requirements and policies and procedures
Identifies any recipient potential promising practices and technical assistance needs
Advises recipient and federal staff of preliminary monitoring findings
Writes monitoring reports containing in-depth analyses and assessments of findings
Updates monitoring tools, as needed
Provides training or guidance on selected monitoring and evaluation-related topics for team members and federal staff, as needed
Contributes to the development and writing of monitoring and evaluation analysis reports and other related deliverables
Participates in meetings as required and assists with additional projects, as needed
BA/BS or equivalent with a focus in social work required, with 5 years of experience. Advanced degree in social work (MSW) preferred.
Experience, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
3-5 years of case management experience working with minors, survivors of torture, immigrants, refugees, and/or underserved populations
1-3 years of monitoring and evaluation experience
Exceptional analytical skills
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
Expertise with MS Office suite of tools
Experience working on refugee-related programs or issues
This position requires a Public Trust Clearance or the ability to obtain it. Long-distance travel to other cities within the U.S. is required and will be reimbursed per federal travel regulations.
This position requires being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by January 18, 2022 or the start date, if after January 18. Individuals who work in or reside in Texas or Montana or work outside of the United States may be excluded from this requirement.
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GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status, or any other protected class.