Overview

Company overview:
With an annual budget of $2.3 billion and more than 7,000 employees throughout the five boroughs, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) is one of the largest public health agencies in the world, serving 8 million New Yorkers from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. We’re tackling a broad range of public health issues with innovative policies and programs and getting exceptional results, but our work is never finished. The breadth of our innovative programs provides the widest range of choices for every member of our team.

With grant funds from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), DOHMH is undertaking a new initiative that will meet critical infrastructure needs and make possible strategic investments that will have lasting effects on public health. Investments and improvements through this initiative will help modernize DOHMH’s foundational capabilities and data infrastructure, enabling it to partner in complex health and health care environments and, in turn, support better public health outcomes, including COVID-19. This initiative supports larger efforts to rebalance investments in public health and more equitably serve communities and populations.

The selected candidate will be an employee of Public Health Solutions, a nonprofit organization which is the fiscal and administrative manager of the grant but will work be supervised by DOHMH.  This is a grant-funded position ending in November 2027.

The Division of Finance has central responsibility and authority for policy analysis, program development, performance tracking and improvement, financial management, resource maximization and technical assistance.

Finance helps to ensure that programs and administrative operations have the information, analysis, funding and technical capacity to deliver critical services effectively and meet DOHMH’s objectives. Finance values motivated, energetic individuals committed to achieving excellence in a public sector environment and a desire to be part of a city agency that is revolutionizing public health and mental hygiene services.

Job description:

DOHMH has an opening for a Revenue Analyst.  This position will be reporting to the Assistant Director of Grants and Intra-cities Claiming and assisting with the ensuring that the city is properly utilizing and collecting grant revenue in accordance with uniform guidance.

Duties:

Monitor the fiscal operation of city, federal, state and private grant funded programs to ensure compliance and assist programs in more efficient/effective approaches to program administration
Collect, classify, evaluate, and analyze economic data submitted by programs and prepare reports
Research the programmatic implications of proposed policies, including identifying the impact to, Personnel Services and Other Than Personnel Services budgets
Update internal systems and monitor grant spending; review OTPS encumbrances and personnel expenditures; assist in the preparation of budget modifications, journal entries, and grants closeouts
Make recommendations to the program representatives for changes and corrections of errors
Prepare fiscal summary reports and analyses, making recommendations to supervisory staff concerning provision of additional funding of existing or new programs
Assist in the development and implementation of new policies and procedures
Work closely with internal personnel for all contract, budget, and payment data to ensure claims are efficiently processed and meet all due dates.
Maximize agency reimbursement by ensuring all expenditures are captured and reported accurately in claims.
Accurately analyze patterns of spending and revenue while providing management with scenario analysis and trends.
Create accurate billed and unbilled receivables, and appropriately realize payments in the City’s Financial Management System (FMS).
Responsible for accurately updating monthly, quarterly, and year to date reports and schedules.
Qualifications:

A master’s degree from an accredited college or university in economics, statistics, finance, management, business administration, public administration, public policy or related field; or
A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, including or supplemented by 24 semester credits in one or more of the course areas of economics, statistics, finance, management, mathematics, business administration, public administration, and public policy, 12 semester credits of which must have been in economics; and one year of satisfactory full-time experience in one or more of the fields of finance; economic, fiscal or statistical research; policy analysis; or quantitative, business, market or financial analysis. Graduate semester credits in any of the areas described in “1” above may be substituted for the undergraduate semester credits on the basis that each 3 graduate semester credits may be substituted for 6 of the required undergraduate semester credits.
Previous experience working in fields related to economics, statistics, finance, management, business administration, public administration, public policy or related field for at least 1 year.
Capacity and willingness to learn the city’s Finance Systems, and Federal/State payment systems.
The ideal candidate for this position must be a pro-active and self-motivated individual with the ability to work in teams and in a highly dynamic environment with multiple stakeholders and timelines.
Salary – $68,000
Additional Desired Qualities:

·     Experience with stakeholder engagement and project management.
Excellent communication (verbal & written) and interpersonal skills.
Strong analytical skills and ability to manage and report complex information.
Experience with data collection, analysis and interpretation.
Desire to grow professionally, develop new skills and willingness to work outside of comfort zone.
Experience working with the public health sector and coordinating projects involving multiple stakeholders.
Ability to prioritize and work in fast-paced environment with hard deadlines.
Fluency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
Additional Information:

This is a temporary grant-funded position ending in November 2027.
This individual must reside in the tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT) by their confirmed start date.
Preference may be given to individuals residing in New York City (5 boroughs) or surrounding New York State counties.
This individual will be expected to work non-business hours during emergencies.

PHS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women, people of color, persons with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, and veterans.

 

About Public Health Solutions

Health disparities among New Yorkers are large, persistent and increasing. Public Health Solutions (PHS) exists to change that trajectory and support New Yorkers and their families in achieving optimal health and building pathways to reach their potential. As the largest public health nonprofit serving New York City, we improve health outcomes and help communities thrive by providing services directly to low-income families, supporting community-based organizations through our long-standing public-private partnerships, and bridging the gap between healthcare and community services. We focus on a wide range of public health issues including food and nutrition, health insurance, maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, tobacco control, and HIV/AIDS. Learn more about our work at healthsolutions.org.