SALARY: $75,015.20 - $96,448.04 Annually
there are three (3) vacancies; one (1) vacancy in the Department of Health and
Human Services, two (2) vacancies in Management, Budgets, and Grants
Department: This posting can be used for future vacancies within multiple
departments. Under direction, manages and coordinates projects as assigned by
the Division and/or Department Head. Plans, develops, evaluates and
participates in projects including developing and monitoring budgets,
conducting cost/benefit analysis, establishing timelines, and supervising other
individuals assigned to such projects. Attends meetings before boards,
commissions, City Council, and its committees. Performs related work as
H ealth and
Human Services, Senior and Community Services Division- Responsible for
the programs in the Senior and Community Services Division. Provides oversight and support to the Hartford Community
Responders Initiatives and other related programs and initiatives including
senior services, homeless outreach, community courts, and relocation. Under the
direction of the Director, ensures that workplans are developed, implemented,
and evaluated appropriately for various grants. Oversees the interface between
all programs under their supervision. Prepares and oversees all reporting
functions, and supervises assigned staff. Develops and implements all assigned
programs in accordance with protocols. Provides training to all staff in
relevant matters. Coordinates scope of services for all sub-contractors and
manages contracts. Interacts with Funding Agencies and ensures performance
measures are met. Maintains consistent contact with the Department Director.
Budgets, and Grants Department: Under general direction, manages and
supervises the annual grant
award process, including development of contract scopes, budgets and reporting
requirements for community-based agencies and city departments awarded to
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and
Housing Opportunities for Persons With Aids (HOPWA) funding. Evaluates
submissions for the CDBG review committee. Monitors and evaluates performances
and compliance of funded agencies and departments through site visits, program
file reviews, and technical assistance. Reviews, prepares and processes
drawdown requests for funded agencies and departments, including auditing of
documentation to support drawdown to ensure full compliance with Housing and
Urban Development (HUD) requirements and city policies. Set up and fund
projects/activities and reports on accomplishments and beneficiary data on
HUD's Integrated Disbursement Information System (IDIS). Develops contracts for
more than fifty community-based agencies awarded HUD grants through the City of
Hartford. Provides topic-specific resources and expertise for the Grants
Department, including reimbursement documentation; grant management; grant
program requirements; maintenance of grant database and coordination with financial management software
(MUNIS). Manages the application process in the annual Notice of Funding
Availability. Provides technical assistance to applicants. Assists in the development of the City's
Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plan and Comprehensive Annual Performance and
Evaluation Report. Performs liaison activities attends meetings and
conferences. Acts in the
absence of the Director.
This is a HMEA
position. The hours of work are 40 per week and the above salary includes 5% in
lieu of overtime.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS &
examination will consist of a rating of your training and experience as
contained on your application and may include a written test, an oral test, a
performance test or a combination thereof. All parts of the examination,
including tests and ratings, will be related to the requirements of the position.
The examination is designed to measure considerable knowledge of basic project
management concepts, principles and practices; Federal, State, and City laws
and regulations related to project activities; real estate financing funding
sources and regional economics; the ability to perform complex analyses and
research independently; lead other professionals in the functions of project
management; communicate clearly in both oral and written form; locate and
compile information data or facts from specialized sources; and maintain
effective relationship with government officials, business representatives and
the general public.
Open to all applicants who meet the following qualifications:
a four year college or university course of study with major coursework in
planning, public administration, business administration, economics, or a
closely related field a
nd (5) five years of responsible work experience in planning,
public or business administration, resource
development, public health program management, and federal grants management,
including experience (2-4 years) in a lead or supervisory capacity.
A COPY OF YOUR DEGREE OR TRANSCRIPT
MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH YOUR A PPLICATION.
A DEGREE OR TRANSCRIPT SUBMITTED WILL BE VERIFIED BY THE H UMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT.
H ARTFORD RESIDENCY PREFERRED Preferably
be a bona-fide resident of the City of
the time of application. A completed CITY OF HARTFORD RESIDENCY AFFIDAVIT including proof of residency as
indicated on the RESIDENCY AFFIDAVIT may be submitted.
APPLICATION MUST BE COMPLETED IN ITS ENTIRETY, INCLUDING REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION. APPLICATIONS WITHOUT PROPER
DOCUMENTATION SHALL RESULT IN YOUR DISQUALIFICATION.
APPLICATIONS VIA FACSIMILE OR EMAIL ARE NOT ACCEPTED AND WILL RESULT IN
you will be required to pass a physical examination administered by a City
physician, a drug and alcohol screening, and a background check. If appointed,
you will serve 3 to 12 months of probation. This examination and employment
process is subject to all federal, state, and municipal laws, rules and
NOTE: ALL CORRESPONDENCE AND INFORMATION
CONCERNING THE APPLICATION AND TESTING PROCESS WILL OCCUR VIA EMAIL,
UNLESS OTHERWISE REQUESTED AT THE
TIME OF APPLICATION.
IN ADDITION TO YOUR INBOX, PLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK
YOUR JUNK AND SPAM EMAIL FOR ALL RECRUITMENT COMMUNICATION.
Points may be given to Eligible Veterans. Must submit a Veteran's Preference
Form, located on the h artford.gov/human
resources page along with a DD-214
and Disability letter (if applicable)
from the Office of Veteran's Affairs.
The Human Resources Department provides
reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities in accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need an accommodation in the
application or testing process, please contact the Human Resources Department.
AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL
The City of
Hartford is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and strongly
encourages the applications of women, minorities, veterans and persons with
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED
Human Resources Department
550 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06103
Position #00964 SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
Project Manager Supplemental Questionnaire
1. I have attached a copy of my degree/transcript. I understand not
attaching my degree/transcript will
deem me not qualified.
2. Are you fluent in any languages other than English? If yes, please explain.
3. Has your supervision style changed over time? How?
4. What do you believe would be the highest priority for a project
manager on a daily basis?
5. Keeping your previous experience in mind, which department are you
Budget, and Grants
6. Please describe your most recent project that you have managed,
including the scope of the project
from start to finish and dates of the project.
* 7. Can you provide a sample
of a project you have completed?