Administrative Programs Officer Iii Jobs Vacancy in Oklahoma Dhs
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Administrative Programs Officer Iii Jobs Vacancy in Oklahoma Dhs Jobs Details:
Biweekly salary - $1,852.36
The Office of Juvenile Affairs (OJA) is seeking a highly qualified candidate for the position of Administrative Programs Officer III. This position is assigned to the OJA Office of Public Integrity (OPI), and will report directly to the OPI Administrator.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
•Management of all OJA licensing and assessment processes.
- Conducting administrative investigations into violations of OJA policy.
- Conducting discrimination complaint investigations and processing requests for accommodation at the direction of the OJA Equal Employment Opportunity Officer (EEOO). [The selected candidate will be required to obtain certification as a discrimination complaint investigator (DCI) if not presently certified, during the first 6 months of employment].
- Completion of detailed reports containing investigative findings.
- Direct supervision of Program Field Representatives assigned to OPI’s licensing unit.
- Providing guidance and technical assistance to OJA staff, contractors, licensees and other stakeholders in the areas of facility licensing and agency policy.
- Supporting efforts to create and amend agency policy and rules at the direction of the OPI Administrator.
- Representing OJA in internal and external meetings.
- Providing training to OJA employees.
Must be able to pass background check and drug screening.
Must be willing to perform all job related travel.
One year probationary period may be required.
STATE EMPLOYEE INFORMATION
Positions in this job family are assigned responsibilities involving professional level work in managing, coordinating or directing a major phase of a comprehensive or specialized operating program, providing staff services in various management areas, direction of a major operating division, program, unit, or functional area, or similar responsibilities. This may include serving as an operating program manager assigned administrative, staff, or program responsibilities, coordination, promotion, and improvement of programs, providing services in the areas of formulating agency policies or operating procedures, preparing agency budgets, fiscal management, human resources administration, physical plant operations, or other management functions, supervising specialized agency services, performing highly technical managerial or administrative support duties for executive level positions, or directing and coordinating volunteer or educational programs, and other comparable responsibilities.
Positions not clearly identified by another job family, but having responsibilities involving directing, managing, or coordinating various agency functions or programs, may also be included in this job family.
The Administrative Programs Officer job family consists of four levels of work, which are distinguished by the depth, and breadth of accountability and the level of responsibility assigned for providing direction and leadership in administering assigned programs or activities.
At this level employees are assigned responsibilities involving the direction or management of a major program, division, unit or function, which is large in size and scope. Responsibilities include program development, direction, planning, and evaluation and organizing and coordinating program services and activities. Incumbents will be given administrative freedom to plan, develop, and organize all phases of the work necessary for its completion within broad program guidelines.
Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree and three (3) years of professional experience in public administration, and/or juvenile justice oversight systems, administrative and/or EEO investigations or a closely related discipline, and one (1) year of professional business or public administration experience in a supervisory capacity. Up to two (2) years of advanced education may be substituted for the required professional experience.
Highly qualified candidates will also possess administrative/ EEO investigations experience and have expertise in the areas of licensing and assessment in a state agency environment.
Note: No substitution will be allowed for the required supervisory experience.
No additional information will be accepted after the application has been submitted.
Scores based on: 100% Evaluation of Education and Experience listed on the supplemental questionnaire.
***NOTE: Names of eligible applicants can be made available to State agencies upon their request, immediately following the closing date and time.