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Manager of Purchase Of Services (POS) Procurements
The following is an example of a professional / qualified Manager of Purchase Of Services (POS) Procurements resume sample(s). These resume examples uses an integration resume layout which in turn reviews the candidate's full work experience through the applicant's profile, outlining key-qualifications, duties and responsibilities for the Procurement job title/field.

Resume Example for Manager of Purchase Of Services (POS) Procurements

Manager of Purchase Of Services (POS) Procurements – Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH)

Belmont, MA

A seasoned professional administrator with a strong background in Human Services, Community Correction and Government program operations who excels in providing quality service delivery and managing the welfare to vulnerable, disadvantage and hard to reach population. My key competencies include: 
Public Health & Prevention Behavioral Health Procurement 
Correction Reentry Programs Operation Management Grant/contract management 
Youthful Offenders Leadership Communications 
Residential Programs Strategic Partnership Cultural Diversity

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Manager of Purchase Of Services (POS) Procurements

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH)

Boston, MA

December 2014 to Present

• Manage all human services procurement contract process for the DPH by ensuring the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and DPH regulation and policies governing the competitive bid process are followed by DPH programs purchasing services through state wide contracted service provider. 
• Manage strategic sourcing ranging from small $250,000 to $500M large procurement 
• Develop and lead the sourcing strategies for Purchase of Service (POS) for DPH while interacting with relevant department bureau senior staff and community stakeholders 
• Review Bidder’s conference for all purchase of services procurement 
• Manage all task related to the development of requests for proposal, advise bureau chiefs on oversight over the procurement process and mentor bureau contract managers on sensitive procurement challenges 
• Represent DPH programs to oversight agencies in disputes involving matters of competitive bids 
• Review and coordinates all direct services grants/contracts proposal response and assign recommendation for contract award 
• Conduct yearly DPH department program monitoring on procurement and file audits 
• Serve as DPH liaison for Supplier Diversity Office for M/WBE 
• Manage the debriefing and appeal process of non-awarded contract 
• Review Uniform Financial Report (UFR) for all funded community based agencies by DPH and provide them with a fiscal qualification status or a Correction Action Plan (CAP) 
• Conduct Need assessment on special project 
• Conduct and analyze procurement survey for the DPH

Residential Re-Entry Center Director

Community Resources for Justice Coolidge House

Boston, MA

March 2013 to May 2014

• Managed the overall administration of a $20.5M Federal Residential Re-entry Center (RRC) facility contracted by the Federal Bureau of Prison (FBOP) in The District of Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont and Rhode Island. 
• Managed the welfare of 120 inmates who are on federal custody either through the United Stated Probation supervision in Massachusetts, Vermont and Rhodes Island or releasing from FBOP facilities throughout the United States 
• Managed and provided sound leadership to 31 employees, professional staff, mid- level management and 120 inmates 
• Developed and implement Policy Procedure and Resident Handbook for the RRC 
• Developed plans and address deficiencies and correction action plans for FBOP site monitoring and other agencies 
• Developed annual budget and manage RRC’s fiscal operation 
• Managed the development and implementation of re-entry program focusing Evidence-based Practice In Community Supervision (EPICS), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and transitioning skills for targeted population. 
• Managed the coordination of custody transfer of federal inmates to & from a secured facility to a re-entry community based environment 
• Developed strategies to increase employment rate for ex-offenders using assessment tools 
• Secured procurement funding for a 5 years residential federal re-entry center contract for New England Region of United States servicing Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine and Rodhe Island 
• Fostered relationship and partnership with community based agencies, schools and government agencies for a continuum of service delivery for offenders who are returning to the community

Youths Services Department Manager

Whittier Street Health Center

Boston, MA

August 2011 to March 2013

Whittier Street Health Center ~ Boston, MA 
• Managed the daily operation of the Youth Services Department at Whittier Street Health Center (WSHC) 
• Managed a wide range of services delivery at WSHC designed to support comprehensive program development, community outreach and health education activities targeted to meet community needs 
• Developed youth violence prevention grant programs, managed educational group sessions and community clinician 
• Secured several grants to provide resources to Youth Services Department and to WSHC 
• Monitored HIV and STD prevention evidence based practice group for youth under 25 years old at the health center 
• Coordinated healthcare quality assurance on patient services delivery 
• Fostered WSHC’s partnership with community based organizations to support patient on accessing quality health care and HIV/STD testing

Adjunct Faculty Correction Specialist

Westfield State University

Westfield, MA

August 2008 to August 2011

• Taught the Contemporary Problem in Correction course 
➢ Students learned how to analyze in depth problems in institutions, juvenile justice and community corrections 
• Taught Corrections course 
➢ Students examined the traditional punitive measure and current reintegration alternatives within the American Correctional Systems

Corrections To Community Director

Gandara Center

Springfield, MA

August 2007 to August 2011

• Implemented and managed the overall administration of the Corrections to Community (CTC) $300,000 contract in Western Massachusetts, funded by the Department of Public Health (DPH) HIV/AIDS Bureau for the Gandara Center 
• Managed daily operations of all case management services delivered to HIV + inmates, who re-enter to the western Massachusetts community from all Massachusetts correctional facilities 
• Fostered relationship and capacity building with all correctional facilities, healthcare facilities, community based agencies and state agencies in Massachusetts, to ensure comprehensive HIV reintegration service delivery for chronically ill inmates 
• Conducted chart, data and utilization review for program, to ensure accuracy on case management services, maximize quality service delivery and identify gaps according to DPH Standards of Care for HIV/AIDS services 
• Managed and coordinated all Memorandum of Understand for CTC Gandara Center contract with Massachusetts correctional institutions and other service providers 
• Managed compliance with regard to safety, security, accountability, and programming procedures as determined by contracting agencies. 
• Monitored quality assurance on Western Massachusetts HIV re-entry service delivery 
• Developed budget and work closely with fiscal department on financial operations 
• Reported quarterly evaluations to the Department Public Health on grant progress and funding allocation

ACE Counselor (TRIO program)

American International College

Springfield, MA

January 2006 to June 2008

• Provided personal mentoring, academic support, graduation preparation and career counseling to first generation college student as well those with limited financial need 
• Provided assistant with financial aids and facilitated specialized workshops and activities

Outreach Manager

Boys & Girls Club of Chicopee

Chicopee, MA

May 2005 to June 2006

• Implemented and managed operation of a Gang Prevention Project Through Outreach (GPPTO) pilot grant for the City of Chicopee 
• Coordinated and applied Street S.M.A.R.T model (gang awareness / conflict resolution / positive peer relations) 
• Facilitated family mediation with agencies (school department, Department of Children and Family, Department of Juvenile Probation) and at risk youth 
• Developed strategies to obtain alternate funding for the center 
• Reported quarterly evaluations to the Department of Juvenile and Delinquency Prevention on grants progress and funding

Service Coordinator

River Valley Counseling center

Springfield, MA

August 2003 to July 2004

• Recruited and manage a team of volunteers from local colleges 
• Managed a staff of 15 people, including volunteers 
• Developed strategies to obtain alternate funding for the center 
• Worked with People Living with HIV/AIDS to assist them in finding jobs, etc. 
• Developed new and innovative ways to engage the families of people living with HIV/AIDS into the everyday activities at the center 
• Prepared orientation for all new staff members and volunteers 
• Managed on going evaluation of all staff members 
• Coordinated all activities for the center, including: Development and Educational services (computer training courses, tutorial services) 
• Coordinated and managed counseling services for consumers 
• Created on going partnerships with organizations throughout the community to ensure clients are receiving all necessary services (ie, Housing, Transitional Assistance, Healthcare, Mental Health Assistance, and Counseling Services) 
• Pioneered an education and outreach initiative for the Center 
• Intake and Referral Services for a caseload of 75 
• Demonstrated ability to multitask, working on several cases per day

Shift Manager

Northeast Center for Youth and Families, Inc

Easthampton, MA

June 2000 to June 2003

• Managed juvenile accountability to Massachusetts State agencies in an acute needs mental health residential detention center (i.e. Department of Children and Family, Department of Probation, Department of Youth Services and Department of Mental Health) 
• Developed new and innovative ways to engage families and juveniles through leadership and educational group activities 
• Promoted the safety of the communities in which youth and family reside by monitoring juveniles’ probation requirements and providing daily updates to local Massachusetts Department of Juvenile Probation

Campus Center Head Security Officer

University of Massachusetts

Amherst, MA

September 1997 to June 2000

• Supervised and managed a staff of 13 students 
• Schedule, trained staff members 
• Coordinate catering and public events for staff and students 
• Coordinate safety of guests and students on special event


Master of Science in Criminal Justice in Offender Rehabilitation

American International College MA

Bachelor of Science in Human Services in Human Services

Springfield College MA

International Baccalaureate

United Nations International School (UNIS) NY


French (10+ years)

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