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COMPLIANCE MONITOR
Central Pennsylvania Workforce Development Corporation (CPWDC) is seeking a full time professional team member with a passion for details, unquestioned integrity, and excellent critical thinking skills to coordinate and perform monitoring of program operations against compliance and quality standards.  CPWDC is a well-established non-profit that serves as the local Workforce Development Board (WDB) for a nine-county region. For more information about CPWDC, visit our website:  www.cpwdc.org.  

Primary Function:
This position is responsible to objectively review program activities and operations, identify existing or potential deficiencies, make recommendations on improvements to customer service and quality, and monitor compliance with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and other legislation and their corresponding regulations as well as all agreements, contracts, and policies.

The Compliance Monitor will:

  • Maintain knowledge of applicable Federal, State, and local laws regulations and policy and review and analyze data to ensure legislative, regulatory, policy and contract compliance for contractors and other vendors.
  • Create schedule for monitoring including desk audits of participant files and contracts, onsite visits and follow up visits and develop comprehensive and compliant monitoring tools.
  • Analyze performance data, both qualitative and quantitative, of program operations to ensure programs are quality based and reaching the desired outcome while maintaining compliance with the applicable guidelines.
  • Prepare well organized formal reports of monitoring findings, review results with affected parties, recommend corrective actions and follow up on the resolutions and well as maintain accurate files.
  • Prepare for state and federal monitoring reviews including: organizing requested materials, coordinating logistics and reviewing pre-review tools with CPWDC staff.
  • Coordinate meetings of the Policy and Performance Committee, maintain documentation associated with Committee plans, and follow-up as needed.
  • Use data to provide regular reporting on performance outcomes and to identify trends and recognize anamolies that need to be considered in policy development or corrective actions.
  • Review training providers’ course applications, including past course performance in comparison to required state performance levels, etc. Provide technical assistance to training providers as needed.
  • Act as CPWDC Equal Opportunity Officer and monitor and investigate activities to ensure non-discrimination and ensure local EO Policy is current. Act as liaison with the Office of Equal Opportunity at the Department of Labor and Industry and the Civil Rights Center in Washington D.C on behalf of the Central Workforce Development Area.
  • Coordinate modifications to CPWDC’s Local Plan.
  • Review applications for training contracts for compliance with CPWDC policies.
  • Participate in workgroups, committees and conferences as requested to represent CPWDC and its strategic plan.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Qualities:

  • Problem-Solving
    Demonstrated innovation and problem solving skills to influence efficiency, avoidance of lawsuits, and improvements in outcomes, etc. along with an ability to anticipate and approach problems in a proactive manner and ability to interpret data and reports in order to find and evaluate underlying and recommend solutions.
  • Verbal Communication
    Ability to transfer information effectively to express data, ideas, and other information in a clear concise way so as to achieve intended goals. Proactive communication style and sound professional judgement.
  • Written Communication
    Ability to prepare professional error-free business documents, technical reports, manuals, articles, financial reports, etc.
  • Math Skills
    Skilled in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percentages, ratios and understanding what they mean in relation to overall trends and monitoring findings.
  • Adaptability
    Capacity to adapt to different situations and circumstances in such a way as to demonstrate professionalism.
  • Collaboration
    Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationship within the organization and with outside agencies.
  • Comprehension
    Ability to understand State and Federal Regulations, policy changes and trends; ability to apply lessons learned.
  • Computer Skills
    Highly proficient in Microsoft Office Word and Excel.
  • Organization
    Ability to plan, organize, participate and assist in a variety of activities. Skilled at prioritizing competing projects; flexibility to change direction in accordance with needs.
  • Trustworthy
    Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information in a responsible manner; does not withhold information.
  • Leadership
    Ability to act in an advisory/leadership capacity and as part of a team.

 

Qualifications:
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. Monitoring experience and/or experience in workforce development and/or administration of publicly funded programs is helpful. Demonstrated experience using Microsoft Office, especially Excel is required. Must have driver’s license.

Working Conditions:
CPWDC is an office environment located in Lewisburg, PA. Day travel to the PA CareerLink® sites, training provider locations, etc. where programs operate across the nine-county region will be required. Full-time, 40 hours per week position. Reports to the Assistant Director. Competitive salary and excellent benefits.

To Apply:
Submit your cover letter, resume and a completed CPWDC Employment Application to klucas@cpwdc.org.  Please indicate “CPWDC- Compliance Monitor” in the subject line. Incomplete Applications will not be considered.  No phone inquiries please.

Contact your local PA CareerLink® for assistance applying or proof-reading your submittal. 

 

CPWDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 


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