Central Sierra Continuum of Care - CA-526

  • Amador County – ATCAA  (209)- 223-1485  x 243

  • Calaveras County- Sierra HOPE (209)-736-6792

  • Tuolumne County – ATCAA  (209)-533-1397 x 238

  • Mariposa County – Health and Human Services (209) 966-2000

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HMIS Project Manager

As a part of the ATCAA team, the HMIS Manager  plays an essential role in ATCAA as a whole. Under the direction of the ATCAA Housing Director and CA-526 HMIS Consultant, this position has responsibility for a broad range of activities related to the implementation and operation of several key initiatives.  The selected candidate will be primarily responsible for the planning and implementation of outreach strategies and the facilitation of community wide integration to Central Sierra’s Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS). 

 

HMIS is a web based data system which collects homeless services and related data from shelters, supportive service providers, and public agencies working to serve homeless and at-risk clients in Amador, Tuolumne, Calaveras, and Mariposa Counties. Its purpose is to ascertain an unduplicated count of the homeless, track their progress through the system of care into self-sufficiency, coordinate service delivery, and provide accurate aggregate data regarding sub-populations.

 

The successful candidate will be charged with building and maintaining strong community and collaborative relationships, and managing the efforts of providing system set up, training and technical support to homeless service providers.

 

Additionally, the candidate will be responsible for serving in a business analysis capacity and working with the software vendor and service providers to address business needs with system solutions.  The selected candidate will be tasked with taking a lead role on other agency initiatives such as working with the Housing Director to identify and access grant and foundation opportunities to garner funds to support agency initiatives, and/or participation in the CoC NOFA’S, Point In Time, and Needs Assessment processes as appropriate.  This position will work collaboratively with the Central Sierra Continuum of Care CA-526 and with all HMIS users throughout the 4 counties.

Download a full job description here.  Apply through ATCAA portal here. Of note, if you do not see this job opening on our portal, come back in a day or two or contact dcloward@atcaa.org