No. of position - 50
Essential work and Functions:
Conducts grant/contract assessments and prepares reports necessary to program continuity and reporting. Monitors compliance with grant/contract requirements. Identifies problems and negotiates corrective action concerning programmatic issues and basic budgetary management.
Plans, promotes, and develops public health projects/programs by stimulating activity and providing leadership. Develops budgets, staffing plans, and action plans to ensure proper personnel, facilities, and supplies to meet grant/contract deliverables and reporting.Provides technical assistance, consultation, and guidance to cancer patients, national, state, and/or local agencies, health related organizations, research entities, and institutions to develop, extend, and improve public health studies, programs, systems, infrastructure, strategies and services.
Assists with the development and implementation of effective communication strategies to disseminate public health information to tribes, tribal health departments, and other entities as needed.
Performs work related to the initiation, administration, and close out of contracts, grants or cooperative agreements. Assists in the development of public health staff to ensure timely and needed career development and training. Appointing Members (Sahayak) in block wise.
Generate salaries of employees and office expenses and make them clear time to time.