Program/Project Analyst
CenterCenter for Community Services
GroupAging & Independence Services
Salary Range$49,441-$84,094


The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) is the regional planning and intergovernmental coordination agency that focuses on issues critical to the region’s success, including growth and development, transportation, water resources, services for older adults and workforce solutions. ARC is dedicated to unifying the region’s collective resources to prepare the metropolitan area for a prosperous future. This is done through professional planning initiatives, the provision of objective information, and the involvement of the community in collaborative partnerships.

The Program/Project Analyst (Evidence-Based Falls Prevention Programs Specialist) is responsible for carrying out activities to support the goals and objectives of the Evidence-Based Program unit, with a focus on fall prevention programs. This includes aiding in program implementation; volunteer recruitment and management; partnership development; data collection, entry and reporting; and attainment of grant deliverables. This position is grant funded and will end June 30, 2024, if no additional funding is identified. 


  • Works with Program Development Section Manager and Evidence Based Program Coordinator to identify program priorities, outcomes and opportunities for program growth;
  • In collaboration with the EBP Coordinator, supports current fall prevention programs. This includes volunteer recruitment, community partnership development, program promotion, and ensuring program fidelity. Become certified to teach Evidence-Based Fall Prevention programs;
  • Identifies, implements and promotes new evidence-based fall prevention programs. This includes program development and implementation; data collection, entry, analysis and reporting; and lay leader recruitment, engagement, and retention;
  • Coordinates all Fall Prevention sessions and related logistics; ensures successful program delivery; and resolve any issues that may occur;
  • Support other evidence-based program workshop logistics;
  • Develops an outreach plan and marketing activities to increase awareness of evidence-based programs in the community. This includes collaborating with ARC communications team to draft flyers and social media posts, write blogs, update websites, and write newsletters;
  • Recruits program partners, lay leaders and participants;
  • Prepares complex reports and documents; gathers, inputs and analyzes data; makes presentations to community groups, stakeholders, partners and funders;
  • Builds and maintains relationships with partners, stakeholders and the community; identifies funding sources such as grants;
  • Perform other duties as assigned to support agency goals and objectives.


  • Knowledge of existing aging, health, and community services networks in the community;
  • Knowledge and understanding of aging and health programs; and volunteer management;
  • Skill in developing, implementing and managing program components;
  • Skill in writing blogs, articles, and social media content; ability to edit and design promotional flyers and program collateral;
  • Skill in gathering data, entering data into database and Excel spreadsheets, interpreting information;
  • Ability to manage complex competing priorities;
  • Ability to recruit, manage, train, and supervise volunteers;
  • Ability to implement programs and prioritize work to attain goals;
  • Ability to analyze data and prepare reports; ensure compliance and continual improvement of programs;
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail; excellent written and verbal communication skills; and excellent time management skills;
  • Strong collaboration and partnership development skills with internal team members, supervisors and community partnership;
  • Excellent organizational, communication, customer service and time management skills; ability to juggle competing priorities and strong attention to details;
  • Proficient in using database technology and Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Microsoft Teams, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).


  • Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, human services or directly related field and
  • One (1) year of related experience which may include internship experience.


  • Experience in the field of health education, program management, and/or aging
  • Previous experience working with evidence-based programs, especially fall prevention programs
  • Experience working with older adults, community outreach, collaboration building and program promotion


  • Selected candidate will be subject to a criminal background check