This position leads, organizes, and coordinates various activities within the program including monitoring contract performance and processing of exemptions.
Evaluating and tracking operational activities related to the vehicle inspection program.
Analyzing existing processes and tasks, and identifying opportunities for improvement.
Leading public educational activities, responding to complaints, providing technical assistance, and consulting with governmental agencies and community partners.
Evaluating program effectiveness, collecting data to identify aspects of successful program operations, preparing analytical and interpretative report, and developing questionnaires and other instruments to measure program effectiveness.
Performing administrative functions, writing narrative and statistical reports and letters, and maintaining pertinent records and information.
Bachelor’s degree in environmental health, program management, public administration, public health or a related field from an accredited college or university is required.
Candidates with accreditations earned in a foreign institute are encouraged to apply.
Valid class “D” driver’s license, use of personal vehicle, and maintenance of valid personal vehicle insurance as required by Tennessee Law.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Strong collaboration, communication (both oral and written) and interpersonal skills with a customer-oriented focus.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with all levels of management. Ability to manage multiple priorities and successfully complete each of them within specified timeframes.
Demonstrated ability to manage/lead personnel from diverse groups working toward a common objective or project.
Ability to recommend improvements in moderately complex processes, design, procedures, and effectiveness in enabling and driving change.
Must be able to demonstrate the following competencies:
Task-relevant knowledge, eliminating barriers to performance, designing work systems, seeking improvement.