- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
Description of Duties/Essential Functions
Under general direction of the Planning and Budget Manager, directs the implementations of a comprehensive system of Fiscal and Programmatic Monitoring of all Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) grants; directs the processing of accounting and budget reports of OET grants; implements policies required in the administration of all WIA and WIOA federal grants; supervises staff; provides assistance to Office of Employment and Training (OET) staff in the area of subgrant fiscal reviews and fiscal technical assistance; directs staff in the completion of field work associated with Data Validation for WIA, WIOA and Trade.
Conducts and directs staff with on-site fiscal and programmatic monitoring of subrecipients funded by the Department. Utilizes the Automated Compliance System for monitoring,reviews work papers for proper completion, draft and edits monitoring letters. Directs the implementation of a comprehensive system of monitoring of all WIA, WIOA and Trade grantees. Evaluates monitoring reports, reviews work papers, maintains quality control; utilizes Microsoft products including Excel and Word applications. Directs staff to provide comprehensive technical assistance to grantees in contract provisions, grant budgets and associated policy and procedures required under federal and state law. In coordination with the Reporting Unit oversee staff in the completion of data validation for WIA, WIOA and Trade programs. Attends executive divisional meetings regarding WIA and WIOA programs. Travels to attend monitoring visits and attend meetings.
Directs the processing of monthly accounting and budget reports required for the administration of all OET grants. Implements policy for the administration of all federal grants under the jurisdiction of the Workforce Investment Act, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and external Trade funded programs. Reviews policy and recommends changes to improve grant administration, monitoring, and corrective action procedures for WIA and WIOA federal grants.
Serves as working supervisor; assigns and reviews work; provides guidance and training to assigned staff; counsels staff regarding work performance; reassigns staff to meet day-to-day operating needs; establishes annual goals and objectives; approves time off; prepares and signs performance evaluations.
Provides assistance to Workforce Development Staff working with WIA and WIOA grants in the areas of subgrant fiscal and programmatic reviews and fiscal programmatic technical assistance; provides management staff with fiscal reports and information pertaining to the OET's grant activity and monitoring results of grantees.
Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above. Position #37015-42-40-220-00-01
Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of four years of college, with courses in accounting, cost accounting, finance, or public administration, or closely related fields of study; requires three years progressively responsible administrative experience, including supervisory level experience in accounting, budgeting, and grant administration in a public organization, preferably within state government.
Requires professional experience in the use of Microsoft desktop software including, but not limited to, Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and SharePoint and other Internet-based management systems.
Requires a valid driver's license to meet extensive overnight travel requirements to conduct monitoring and attend meetings.
Of the three years of administrative experience referenced above, requires three years professional experience in the following:
- Working directly in the fiscal administration of federal workforce programs, including but not limited to Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) or Trade Adjustment Assistance (Trade) programs.
- Producing and providing both written and verbal communication to include compliance monitoring entrance and exit interviews, compliance monitoring reports and corrective action plans, or other similar, formal communications.
Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact
Anticipated Starting Salary: $6,166 - $6,749 Monthly
Current bargaining unit employees - CBA language applies
FullBargaining UnitRange: $6,166 - $9,472/Monthly
Work Hours: 8:30AM - 5:00PM Monday – Friday, days off: Saturday and Sunday
Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity
OFFICE OF EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING / MONITORING
JRTC, 100 W. Randolph Street
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Human Resources Office
500 East Monroe Street, 1st Floor
Springfield, Il 62701-1643
Phone #: 217-785-1577
Fax #: 217-524-0189
NO EMAILS ACCEPTED
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Additional Documentation for Public Service Administrator:
Option 2 - Fiscal Mgt/Acct-Insur--- Class Specification
Additional Title and Exam Information
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NOTE: Salary amounts shown are only to be used as a guide; actual salary will be determined at the time of hire based on current salary plans and/or collective bargaining agreements, if applicable.