Assistant Administrator - WIOA



JOB CODE: 3609

PAY GRADE: 2230

SALARY RANGE: $43,171 - $73,303

LOCATION OF WORK
Mayor-President's Office

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Under the direction of the Chief WIOA Administrator, performs professional administrative work assisting in directing the operations of the local one-stop career center system and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program. Work involves assisting in developing local and regional plans in accordance with local, and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act policy requirements. Work also includes conducting community development to identify eligible service providers and assisting the Chief WIOA Administrator with administrative duties and supervision of daily operations of the WIOA program. Supervision is exercised over a staff of professional and clerical personnel. Work is performed with the use of independent judgement within established guidelines and work is reviewed through periodic conference and written reports. Performs other work as requested.

ESSENTIAL WORK TASKS
Assists in planning and directing the activities of professional and clerical staff engaged in employment and training activities related to the local and regional WIOA plan. Conducts community development for new service providers; submits eligible training providers to the state; develops local contract for state approved Individual Training Account (ITA) training providers; contracts with entity for administering non-ITA training services. Assists in negotiating agreements on local performance measures; submits local programmatic and financial reports as required by the state and federal regulations. Ensures that Title I-B providers of youth activities, and employment and training activities are monitored for compliance. Monitors fiscal activities and produces monthly reports. May represent the Local Workforce Development Board at various meetings. Cultivates partnerships between private industries, area non-profits, and other local government departments. Assists in strategic planning for WIOA.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of federal and state guidelines for workforce development programs. Knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques used in workforce development programs. Knowledge of basic management principles, practices, and procedures. Knowledge of the techniques and methods used in report and narrative preparation. Knowledge of basic mathematics and statistics used to compile and analyze data. Ability to administratively and technically plan, assign, monitor, and supervise the work of staff personnel. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with WIOA partners, agency heads, city officials, employers, service providers, and the general public. Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing. Ability to apply excellent work habits, including but not limited to punctuality, reliability, preciseness, and dependability in order to effectively complete assigned tasks and contribute to the smooth operation of the department and division.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATIONAL AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree in business administration or public administration, psychology, counseling, sociology or a related field; and two years of experience involving employment needs, program monitoring, or human resources.

CERTIFICATIONS / LICENSES / REGISTRATIONS
None.

OTHER JOB ASPECTS
None.


NOTE:
Unclassified job specifications may be revised at the will of the appointing authority.