The SSVF Program Facilitator is responsible for the monitoring, and oversight of subgrantees that administer the Support Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) grant funds allocated to ACCESS by the Veterans Administration (VA). This position works with a multidisciplinary team to ensure that the overall grant is in compliance with SSVF Program guidelines. This position can require moderate travel between agencies for compliance monitoring and training opportunities.
ACCESS is an energetic, diverse, and compassionate team that creates positive change in the community every day. If you are dedicated, hardworking, and have a passion for helping others, ACCESS is the place for you!
Position Duties & Responsibilities
• With SSVF Program Leadership, ensure SSVF subgrantees comply with SSVF requirements by staying abreast of Program updates and changes and communicating changes to subgrantees.
• Works with the SSVF Program Leadership to develop and implement an effective SSVF training and compliance program, including appropriate introductory training as well as ongoing training for all SSVF employees and subgrantees.
• Analyzes and maintains program compliance, quality, effectiveness, and program updates including data quality in a Homeless Management Information System for the whole grant.
• With grant and compliance team prepares and analyzes monthly, quarterly, and annual reports on funded programs and client data.
• With the grant and compliance team, monitor the progress and successful implementation of SSVF Program guidelines within subgrantees and adjust as necessary to policy and procedures and/or budgets to ensure program compliance.
• Belief in ACCESS’ mission to provide food, warmth, and shelter.
• Associate’s degree with relevant emphasis and at least 2 years’ experience coordinating State/Federally funded programs. Equivalent experience in a similarly complex environment may be substituted for the education requirement.
• Strong organizational and analytic skills.
• Able to work independently in a deadline-driven environment.
• Ability to provide training, orientation, consultation, and guidance.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with co-workers and subgrantees and maintain interdepartmental confidentiality.
• Ability to maintain a professional and positive demeanor while working with people with different perspectives and/or in difficult situations.
• A valid Oregon driver’s license with an acceptable record under ACCESS’ insurance policies.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Statement
ACCESS provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, ACCESS complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.