The NYC Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program distributes federally funded vaccines to private practices, hospitals and clinics to immunize children age 0 through 18 years who are covered by Medicaid, are uninsured, native American/Alaskan Eskimo, or whose insurance does not cover the cost of a vaccine. In New York City (NYC), 72% of children receive vaccines distributed through the VFC program. During Fiscal Year 2014, around 3.0 million vaccine doses, valued at approximately 130 million dollars, were distributed through the NYC VFC program to over 1,400 VFC-enrolled providers. DUTIES WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO: --Oversee all PQA field activities to ensure compliance with all VFC requirements. -- Supervise 1 Public Health Advisor and 2 Public Health Epidemiologists Level-II , the latter of whom are each responsible for supervising 4 or 5 PHE Level I or Supervising PHA field staff. -- Conduct quality assurance activities to ensure accuracy of data entered by field staff. -- Review and analyze field staff work progress and provide feedback regularly. -- Review and analyze data from multiple systems and data sources to ensure that the unit is meeting field visit goals and objectives. --Serve as the liaison for evaluation and follow-up of possible cases of fraud and abuse cases identified by field staff. --Ensure that all provider referrals are assigned, tracked, and resolved in a timely manner by field staff. -- Analyze data and develop strategies and reports to ensure that follow-up requirements are met. --Prepare and present narrative, statistical and administrative reports as necessary. --Assist with special projects and unit priorities; assist in preparing and conducting periodic trainings for field staff. --Coordinate actions with other Bureau units, including the Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR) and Vaccine Management Unit (VMU) to improve Immunization practices among providers.