Chief WIOA Administrator (Unclassified)
JOB CODE: 3086
PAY GRADE: 2280
SALARY RANGE: $57,853 - $97,362
LOCATION OF WORK
Under the direction of the Mayor-President and the Local Workforce Investment Board, performs highly responsible administrative work as Chief Administrator. Work involves developing a vision for the local one-stop system and a five-year local workforce investment plan. Work also involves developing regional plans as required by the State and developing local policy as required by the Workforce Act, state, and local requirements. Supervision is exercised over a staff of professional and clerical personnel. Work is performed with the use of independent judgment within established guidelines and is reviewed through periodic conferences and written reports. Performs other work as requested.
ESSENTIAL WORK TASKS
Negotiates agreements on local performance measures; submits local programmatic and financial reports as required by the state. Monitors for compliance Title I-B providers of youth activities, and employment and training activities. Identifies and submits to the state, eligible providers of training services; develops local contract for state approved ITA training providers; contracts with entity for administering non-ITA training services. Monitors fiscal activities and produces monthly reports. Monitors program unit and service providers for ADA and EEO Compliance. Makes presentations to the Metro Council and other organizations. Represents the Local Workforce Investment Board at various meetings. Works with economic development entities in the community. Serves as liaison between the Board and the community. Prepares reports for the Board and the Youth Council.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of federal 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 supervise a staff of professional, technical, and clerical personnel. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with partners, agency heads and other city officials, employers, service providers and the general public. Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
Bachelor's degree in business administration or public administration, psychology, counseling, sociology or a related field; and five years of responsible experience involving employment needs, program monitoring, or human resources.
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.