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Program Analyst - Commission on Fathers, Men and Boys

POSITION:  Program Analyst, Commission on Fathers, Men and Boys (CFMB)

OPEN:  October 7, 2018

CLOSE: October 20, 2018

SALARY RANGE/GRADE:    Excepted Service ES5, ($57,963 to $86,945)

 

The Commission on Fathers, Men, and Boys (CFMB) was established as a result of the passage of the 2014 DC Council legislation. This bill represents a culmination of community advocacy, which highlights the social needs of fathers, men, and boys in the District of Columbia and the system’s needed response from leaders, organizations, and services that are in place to support them.

CFMB is charged with addressing fatherlessness, disparities in education, economic opportunity, health and wellbeing, and public safety. As such, the Commission serves as an advisory body to the Mayor, City Council, and the community on these issues that adversely affect fathers, men, and boys.   The Program Analyst is provide staff assistance to the Director and members of the Commission on Fathers, Men and Boys (CFMB).

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The Program Analyst will be primarily responsible for the day to day operations of the Commission.
  • Work with the Executive Director on constituent service matters. 
  • Maintaining records of Commissioners and community including contact information and GIS maps
  • Tracking participant activities, including identifying trends to celebrate and provide additional support
  • Respond to constituent questions and concerns, including coordinating solutions with partner agencies
  • Participate in community meetings, activities, and programs to further the Office’s mission and reach.
  • Manages CFMB's social networking accounts.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Superior interpersonal and relationshipbuilding skills
  • Demonstrated track record of community engagement experience
  • A creative problem solver under pressure
  • Fluency in Microsoft Office applications and social media platforms
  • Attention to detail
  • Familiarity with DC Government and neighborhoods

 

DOMICILE REQUIREMENT

By law, each new appointee to the Excepted and Executive Service must either: (1) be domiciled in the District of Columbia at the time of appointment; or (2) establish District domicile within one hundred eighty (180) days of appointment.  The law also requires that Excepted Service employees maintain District domicile during the period of the appointment.  Failure to maintain District domicile during the period of the appointment will result in forfeiture of employment.

 

 

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