Thursday, October 18, 2012

Affordable Care Act Training Project Bid Specifications

Responsibilities for Consultant

**Bid, Responses to each bullet with qualifications, and CV are due by Friday, October 26, 2012 5pm to nicolebissonette@utah.gov or fax 801-538-9495 

Specifications
The Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program is looking for an individual to serve as a consultant from November 2012 to June 29, 2013 and possibly beyond, to assist in development and training of Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions to Utah worksites.
The individual would serve as a content expert on the ACA.  They will need to be able to provide guidance on the development of the training and materials and assist in presenting the training to Utah worksites.
Phase I:  The individual would work closely (weekly or biweekly basis) with the HDSPP to determine the scope of the training.
Phase II:  The individual would work closely with HDSPP to develop the training and materials.
Phase III: The individual would work closely with HDSPP to present the training and serve as the content expert for questions. 

Incumbent Requirements:
·        Bachelors degree or higher.
·        Expert knowledge of and understanding of the Affordable Care Act provisions in relation to health insurance and preventive services.
·        Extensive experience presenting to groups.
·        Ability to work well with a team to develop a project.
·        Excellent written and oral skills.
·        Excellent organizational skills and timeliness
**This will be a fee for service contract. 1 year with 2 renewals. 

Notes:
We anticipate this project to take a year beginning November 2012- October 2013.  We would like an individual willing to work on additional aspects of the project in years 2 -3 if we determine expansion is needed.  These activities may include expansion of training, redevelopment of trainings, and evaluation of dissemination.   Funding for this project is dependent on availability and approval from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Questions can be directed to Nicole Bissonette at 801-538-6228

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