Program Administrator - WIOA (Unclassified)
JOB CODE: 3608
PAY GRADE: 2270
SALARY RANGE: $55,097 - $92,876
LOCATION OF WORK
Department of Human Development and Services
Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Human Development and Services, performs responsible administrative and supervisory work in managing the Local Workforce Investment Act Title I-B Program. Work involves responsibility for managing the overall day-to-day program operations serving as a One-Stop Center Operator. Supervision is exercised over a large staff of professional, technical and clerical personnel. Work is reviewed through periodic conferences and review of progress reports and audits of program operations. Performs other work as requested.
ESSENTIAL WORK TASKS
Designs operating procedures for employment and training programs by reading relevant materials, analyzing information available, attending conferences on federal guidelines, visiting other similar operating programs, etc. Implements operating procedures by making assignments to subordinates, instructing subordinates in proper methodology and techniques, reviewing work of subordinates for conformance to standards, and assisting subordinates when problems arise. Prepares statistical and narrative reports to funding sources by assembling materials submitted by subordinates, performing final necessary analyses, and having all materials revised to meet format requirements. Monitors all expenditures of an assigned program by reviewing reports from subordinates and orders corrective actions to be taken to bring expenditures in line with established guidelines; prepares budgets and funding requests based on analysis of past expenditures, projection of current economic trends, etc. Attends community meetings to publicize activities of programs; speaks to groups desiring information on the programs. Prioritizes and assigns job duties/daily work.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of federal guidelines for workforce development programs. Knowledge of basic management principles, practices and procedures. Knowledge of principles and methods of employability assessment. Knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques used in employment training programs. 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 supervise a large staff of professional, technical and clerical personnel. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others including partners, agency heads and other officials, employees and the general public. Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
Bachelor's degree in social science, public or business administration, psychology, counseling, or a related field and four years of experience involving employability assessment, program monitoring, or human resources work.
CERTIFICATIONS / LICENSES / REGISTRATIONS
(Unless otherwise specified below, must possess at the time of appointment and must be maintained current throughout employment in this classification.) None.
OTHER JOB ASPECTS
Unclassified job specifications may be revised at the will of the appointing authority.