The HPM I oversees the administration of the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Fee Program, which is assessed on lead polluters and is a major source of funding for the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch (CLPPB). The HPM I supervises operation of the federally-funded Lead Hazard Reduction Grant Program, serves as a legislative and regulatory subject matter expert, and sets the CLPPB legislative agenda. The HPM I recruits, select, and trains six program staff. The HPM I manage external contracts as appropriate. The HPM I provides monthly progress reports to the Section Chief, and quarterly, annual, and as-needed progress reports / meetings / presentations to funders. The HPM I is also responsible for technical portions of Budget Change Proposals and bill analyses.

About Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch, California Department of Public Health