Bureau Chief Job Description Sample
Iowa Medicaid Enterprise – Bureau Chief
This is a non-merit position with the Department of Human Services
- Central Office. Candidates must follow the instructions in the "To Apply" section.
Positions in this class are exempt from the screening and referral requirements of the Iowa Department of Administrative Services
- Human Resources Enterprise.
The Department of Human Services
- Central Office is looking to fill an Iowa Medicaid Enterprise – Bureau Chief (Public Service Manager 2) to assist the state.
The Bureau Chief of Medical & Long Term Service Support (LTSS) oversees Medicaid policy that governs fee-for-service (FFS), Hawk-I, MCOs and Medicaid Eligibility. Iowa Medicaid Enterprise (IME) establishes state programs and policy defining covered services, eligible providers plus provider qualifications and reimbursement policies. This position will develop, update and direct the implementation of IME policies and procedures that apply to Managed Care and or FFS.
The Bureau Chief will effectively and efficiently manage Medicaid programs including long term care programs, (nursing facility, Intermediate Care Facilities for the Intellectually Disabled, home health, hospice, PACE, BIP, MFO and 7 Community Based Wavier programs) in addition to medical policy which effects approximately 1 in 4 Iowans. This critical leadership role is a member of the Medicaid strategic management team. This role requires active participation in decisions with significant impact on the agency and will represent IME in meetings with Legislators, Administrative Rules Committee, the Council on Human Services, Medical Assistance Advisory Council, the Senior Living Long Term Care Coordinating Unit, providers, provider associations, advocates, agencies and other stakeholders who are involved in shaping and changing Medicaid policy.
The Bureau Chief collaborates with IME leadership to continually identify organizational process improvement solutions required to achieve corporate outcomes. The Bureau Chief establishes goals and provides staff direction and support to achieve performance goals and results.
This position is the subject matter expert for consultation, analysis and review of Long Term Services and Supports contracts and professional Medical Services policy development, and directs the work of the HIPP unit. Finally, the role requires continuous development of legislative and administrative rules and preparation of State Plan Amendments. The successful candidate with have proven experience with healthcare reimbursement activities and will have actively participated in strategic planning within a complex organization.
Preference will be given to those candidates with relevant Medicaid or managed care experience.
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Minimum Qualification Requirements
Applicants must meet at least one of the following minimum requirements to qualify for positions in this job classification:
- Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university and experience equal to six years of full-time management-level work in finance, human resources, engineering, law, social work, regulation, data processing, or program research or evaluation.
- Ten years of full-time management-level work experience in finance, human resources, engineering, law, social work, regulation, data processing, or program research or evaluation.
- All of the following (a and b):
a. Six years of full-time work experience in finance, human resources, engineering, law, social work, regulation, data processing, or program research or evaluation; and
b. A combination of a total of four years of education and full-time experience (as described in part a), where thirty semester hours of accredited college or university course work in any field equals one year of full-time experience. Graduation from the Iowa Certified Public Manager Program is also equivalent to one year of full-time experience or education.
4) All of the following (a, b, and c):
a. Four years of full-time work experience in finance, human resources, engineering, law, social work, regulation, data processing, or program research or evaluation; and
b. A combination of a total of four years of education and full-time experience (as described in part a), where thirty semester hours of accredited college or university course work in any field equals one year of full-time experience; and
c. A combination of a total of two years of graduate-level education and full-time experience (as described in part a), where twenty-four semester hours of accredited graduate college or university course work in a public-service-related area (e.g., public or business administration, social work, law, education, engineering) equals one year of full-time experience. Graduation from the Iowa Certified Public Manager Program is also equivalent to one year of full-time experience or education.
5) Current, continuous experience in the state executive branch that includes eighteen months of full-time work as a Public Service Manager 1 or comparable specific management-level position.
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Collections Bureau Chief
Our services touch EVERY Montanan!
The Department of Revenue serves Montana by providing high quality services, ensuring equity and fairness, and constantly improving efficiency.
The Montana Department of Revenue administers approximately 40 state taxes, property appraisals, liquor laws, and unclaimed property for the State of Montana.
Minorities and/or females are under-represented in this position and are encouraged to apply.
The Collections Bureau Chief allocates financial and staff resources; plans and directs the programs and services of the bureau; administers bureau policies, administrative systems, operations, and budget; coordinates special projects; represents the department in tax appeals, and assists attorneys in legal proceedings. The Bureau Chief ensures the Collections Bureau staff are committed to ensuring that taxes due are paid while adhering to the Montana Taxpayer Bill of Rights. The technical aspects of the work are managed by the unit managers and business experts. The position reports to the division administrator; directly supervises unit managers and indirectly supervises all other bureau staff.
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List detailed work experiences including if each job was full/part time, temporary or seasonal. Resumes are not reviewed.
EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE
The above competencies are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to:
a bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, public administration, economics or closely related field.
seven years of job-related work experience including three years of direct supervisory, budgetary, and audit program management experience.
Work experience should include professional level experience in the bureau-specific tax area(s) including collection of delinquent accounts.
Other combinations of education and experience will be evaluated on an individual basis. It is important that all previous work experience is listed.
If you have documented graduation and a college degree please attach your transcripts.
Senior Public Service Administrator - Bureau Chief
Description of Duties/Essential Functions Benefits Supplemental Questions
Subject to the approval of the Director, serves as the Bureau Chief for Systems Analysis. Coordinates the analysis, evaluation, and assessment of systems for clinical, programmatic and support processes and other functions necessary for the agency to monitor and administer mental health fee-for-service.
Oversees the design, development and implementation of research studies to determine program effectiveness and validity ensuring appropriate statistical design. Develops, monitors and implements systems for effective fee-for-service identifying area in need of corrective action. Provides consultation to regional managers and division staff concerning the implementation for fee-for-services; oversees efforts to obtain grant funds for special projects and research initiatives; serves as a liaison to other code agencies involved in the design and development of fee-for-services systems.
Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of four years of college with course work in a social or human services field. Prefers a Master's Degree in a health and human services field. Requires four years progressively responsible administrative clinical experience in a mental health field.
Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact:Work Hours
Friday 8:30 am
600 East Ash
Springfield, IL 62703
How to Apply:Fax copy of CMS 100 to:
BES/Division of Mental Health
100 South Grand Ave East 3rd Floor
Fax: (217) 524-3385
Real Estate Finance Bureau – Deputy Chief Architect- New York City
Minimum Qualifications Applicants must be New York State licensed architects with a minimum of eight (8) years of experience in building code and zoning compliance, as well as construction inspection and project management. Applicants also must be familiar with the processes of New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) and other similar authorities throughout the State.
Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. All applicants should have a strong understanding of the design, components, and systems of various buildings. The applicant's experience should also include working with building design and building inspection.
Familiarity with the New York State Building Code is also desirable. In addition to all of the foregoing qualifications, the ideal candidate will have at least five (5) years of experience working with new and existing multiple dwellings, preferably within New York City. The selected candidate will apply the above skills to reviewing real estate offering plans, including building plans and specifications, building condition reports, and descriptions of property.
This is a supervisory position, therefore applicants must have at least two (2) years of experience as a manager, in addition to experience reviewing building plans and specifications. The selected candidate will assist the Chief Architect with supervision of a team of architects and engineers engaged in regulatory review of offering plans.
Supervisory tasks include managing workloads, tracking review deadlines, assisting in training new staff, and working with interns. The selected candidate will also assist REF's Chief Architect in modernizing REF's architectural and engineering review process, including identifying redundant regulatory oversight already conducted by other agencies.
Duties Description The New York State Office of the Attorney General is seeking an architect to serve as the Deputy Chief Architect for the Real Estate Finance Bureau (REF) located in New York City. The candidate shall serve as the deputy to the REF's Chief Architect.
REF, through Article 23-A of the New York General Business Law (the "Martin Act") and governing regulations, regulates the public offer and sale of real estate securities, including cooperative interests in realty such as cooperatives, condominiums, timeshares, homeowner associations, and syndications. The Martin Act requires sponsors (or developers) of cooperative interests in realty to submit a prospectus or offering plan to REF before offering or selling any units or apartments to the public.
REF also regulates the conversion of rental buildings to condominiums or cooperatives as well as affordable housing developments that include the offer of cooperative interests in realty. REF architects and engineers review building plans and specifications, building condition reports, and descriptions of property submitted to REF as part of the offering plan to ensure compliance with REF's regulations.
1.Review building plans and specifications, descriptions of property, and building condition reports to ensure disclosure of information is in compliance with the Martin Act and its applicable regulations.
2.Review submitted drawings approved by the local jurisdictions and related reports to ensure disclosure in offering plans and amendments are accurate.
3.Prepare and issue written deficiency letters to attorneys for property developers concerning regulatory and statutory compliance within statutorily set timeframes.
4.Participate in discussions with team members to determine appropriate comments in deficiency letters.
5.Work closely with REF's attorneys in ensuring compliance with the Martin Act and its applicable regulations and provide professional opinions to REF's attorneys on cases related to construction and other architectural matters, as needed.
6.Supervise and educate junior staff.
7.Assist with the implementation of new policies and regulations for REF.
Additional Comments Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The OAG is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to workplace diversity.
Salary commensurate with experience.
PLEASE NOTE: Unless otherwise specified in the "Notes on Applying" section, the "Application Due" date associated with this posting is not the last day applications can be submitted.
Applications for this position will be accepted by the hiring bureau on a rolling basis until a candidate is selected; recruitment for this position can be closed or suspended at any time. For the most current information on available position vacancies, applicants are advised to review the Office of the New York State Attorney General website (www.ag.ny.gov/job-postings) or contact the Legal Recruitment Bureau via email at email@example.com or phone at 212-416-8080.
General Clerk, Bureau Of Reclamation Montana Area Office
Work Schedule: Monday through Friday (excluding Federal Holiday’s) 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with a one hour lunch.
State Agency/Division: Bureau of Reclamation and Montana Area Office, Billings MT 59107.
Period of Performance: 07/02/2018 to 12/31/2018
Duties: Answering phones, entrance allowance with security door and direction of the public and other receptionist duties as required. Typing, filing, copying, faxing, data entry into multiple systems, including Microsoft Excel, and other office duties as necessary. Mail pick-up and delivery to be completed in a government vehicle.
Dress code: Dress code is business casual, jeans on Friday.
Updated Resume showing your most recent/current employer.
Must be able to pass a background check
Must be 18 Years or older
Must have a valid driver’s license.
We have a need for a candidate who has strong administrative experience, including strong Microsoft program usage.
Communications Specialist - Bureau Of Aging And Disability Resources
This position is responsible for designing, implementing, evaluating and editing all Bureau written materials, communication plans, web pages, annual reports, and marketing and training materials. This position will consult with and advise the Bureau Director and Section Chiefs regarding communications policies and strategies, current media and/or public concerns regarding BADR programs, activities or issues, and bring recommendations for action to management. In addition, this position is responsible for ensuring that BADR materials are culturally and linguistically appropriate and accessible by BADR client populations such as JAWS, Braille, American Sign Language, etc.
Special Notes: Due to the nature of this position, all applicants who may be appointed will be required to allow DHS to conduct a background check to determine whether the circumstances of any conviction may be related to the job being filled.
Minimally qualified applicants will have:
Experience proofreading and editing written communications to ensure accessibility and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Experience developing web content using Microsoft Office Suite, graphic design tools, and presentation tools to such as In-Design, Drupal, Google Analytics, Adobe, etc.
Experience developing informational and technical assistance materials for others.
Effective written and oral communication skills.
The ability to work independently, set priorities, and meet work deadlines.
Well-qualified applicants will have:
Training or experience in graphic design, illustration, or similar.
Experience using GovDelivery or similar email messing system for group communications.
Experience working with policies and programs related to aging and disability programs and services.
The ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
Deputy Bureau Chief - Investor Protection Bureau (Nyc)
Minimum Qualifications We are seeking applicants with the following qualifications:
A minimum of ten (10) years of experience in the investigation and litigation of securities fraud and regulation of securities, commodities, and other financial activities and products;
Strong supervisory and mentorship skills;
Excellent analytical, research, and writing skills;
Deep knowledge of the financial markets, as well as the Martin Act, federal securities laws, and other states' securities laws;
The ability to conduct and supervise analysis of financial data and information from a variety of sources;
Deposition and trial experience; and
A demonstrated commitment to public service.
Applicants must reside in (or intend to soon become a resident of) New York State and be admitted to practice law in New York State. In addition, the Public Officers Law requires that attorneys in the OAG must be citizens of the United States. A two (2) year commitment upon being hired is a condition of employment.
Duties Description The New York State Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is seeking an experienced attorney with a strong securities background to help lead the work of the Office's Investor Protection Bureau (IPB), as its Deputy Bureau Chief. This position is located in New York City.
The Investor Protection Bureau is charged with enforcing the New York State securities law, commonly known as the Martin Act. The Martin Act gives the Attorney General broad law-enforcement powers to conduct investigations of suspected securities fraud. IPB's Enforcement Section evaluates complaints, conducts civil investigations, and litigates matters pursuant to the Martin Act and New York's Executive Law. In recent years, the section has investigated a wide range of conduct impacting the financial markets, including high frequency trading, Ponzi schemes, and foreign currency exchange. IPB also exercises significant regulatory authority through its Registration and Franchise Sections. Through these regulatory and enforcement powers, IPB protects the public from fraud and misrepresentation in the offering and sale of securities, commodities, franchises and other investment products.
The Deputy Bureau Chief will aid the Bureau Chief in the supervision of attorneys and support staff across the enforcement, registration and franchise sections. The Deputy Bureau Chief will also assist on broader IPB initiatives, which may involve the coordination with outside government agencies, including other Attorneys General, state securities regulators, federal regulators and NASAA.
Additional Comments Applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The OAG is an equal opportunity employer.
Salary commensurate with experience.
PLEASE NOTE: Unless otherwise specified in the "Notes on Applying" section, the "Application Due" date associated with this posting is not the last day applications can be submitted. Applications for this position will be accepted by the hiring bureau on a rolling basis until a candidate is selected; recruitment for this position can be closed or suspended at any time. For the most current information on available position vacancies, applicants are advised to review the Office of the New York State Attorney General website (www.ag.ny.gov/job-postings) or contact the Legal Recruitment Bureau via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 212-416-8080.
Transportation Engineer Licensed Specialist 13 (Project Manager) - Bureau Of Bridges And Structures
This position functions as a statewide specialist to manage the plan development process of projects varying from complex to simple for Bridge Rehabilitation, Bridge Replacement or New Bridge Construction as prepared by contracted Consultant Design Professionals or in-house unit projects.
Consultant coordination duties are the primary responsibility, however, this position will assist in the design of the most complex and unusual design projects assigned to the design unit including preparation of proposal material, review of project related documents, and checks plans, as available. Oversees the work activities of professional transportation engineers.
Required Education and Experience
Possession of a bachelor of science degree in engineering.
Four years of professional experience equivalent to a Transportation Engineer, including two years equivalent to a Transportation Engineer P11 or one year equivalent to a Transportation Engineer 12 or Transportation Engineer Licensed 12.
Additional Requirements and Information
Possession of a registered professional engineering license as required by the State of Michigan.
Possession of a valid driver's license.
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Paralegal, Budget And Fiscal Management Bureau
Available Position: Paralegal
Client Facility: The Office of the Attorney General, 28 Liberty Street, Budget and Fiscal Management Bureau New York, NY 10005
Monday to Friday for 7.5 hours per day.
Assignment Duration: 09/24/2018 to 10/19/2018
Scope of Work:
- Prepare legal documents for filing and service,
- Including creating covers and and affidavits of service, overseeing duplication and collating of documents and legal papers;
- Electronically file legal papers;
- Draft litigation hold letters in Article 78 and bankruptcy cases;
- Draft and electronically file notices of appearance in bankruptcy cases and in corporate dissolution cases in which receiverships have been requested ;
- Work with IT to upload and maintain documents and create privilege logs on the electronic document programs;
- Maintain hard-copy and electronic case files for document-intensive cases;
- Organize and check over exhibits for depositions and court filings;
- Arrange for service of subpoenas;
imum Requirement: Paralegal Technical Degree, or a Certificate Program.
Must have been working as a paralegal at least for one year.
Operations Supervisor Ii-Recreation & Parks, Bureau Of Parks/Horticulture & Land Management
POSITION SUMMARY/CLASS DESCRIPTION Benefits Supplemental Questions
Directs the Horticulture Section of the Horticulture and Land Management Division ensuring that park and government building properties landscape are maintained timely and properly. Oversees appropriate horticulture management practices are followed, machines and tools are well maintained, and unit workforce is effectively managed.
Performs intermediate supervisory level and advanced operations service work under general supervision from an administrative or technical superior. Work includes supervising the activities of laboring and equipment operation personnel in areas such as construction, maintenance, landfill disposal, tree care, utility, vehicle repair, contracted refuse collection, water reclamation, parks, horticulture, and forestry work.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES/MINIMUM REQUIRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:Include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Oversees landscape maintenance, landscaping, mulching and pruning following proper horticulture practices.
Directs and oversees tree removal and pruning following proper tree guidelines.
Oversees small construction, vandalism repair, construction, trail maintenance, fence installation and repair, and snow removal.
Coordinates Division resources to insure proper and efficient management of grounds of County parks and government building sites.
Oversees landscape of Belmont Manor and Historic Park, Gardener, and the volunteer program.
Oversees pesticide usage, record keeping, in-house training, research, selection of proper pesticides and follow state regulations.
Conducts interviews and recommends hiring of staff, evaluations, trainings, counseling and disciplinary actions.
Researches and stays updated on horticultural practices and plants.
Communicates with public and other County Departments on development involving site maintenance.
Participates on the chainsaw safety committee.
Plans, prepares specifications and recommends equipment and vehicle replacement and/or major maintenance purchases.
Oversees preventative maintenance and repairs of assigned equipment and vehicles.
Oversees training operations to subordinate crew members.
Assist in developing and implementing division budget.
Assist in developing contract specifications as related to horticulture maintenance.
Advises Operation Supervisor I (Contract Manager) when involved in projects.
Coordinates and cooperates with other division supervisors on projects for staff, equipment and supplies.
Processes administrative functions to include SAP, PDQs, timesheets and incident reports.
Responsible for daily work orders, and purchase requisitions for parts, supplies and materials.
Decides on work crew assignments depending on work orders received and planned work to be accomplished. Ensures that sufficient supplies and equipment are available to accomplish assigned tasks and projects.
Uses GIS technology for the creation of maps for contracts inventorying plant material.
Discuss and coordinates projects with the Bureau of Capital Projects, Park Planning and Construction, Natural and Historic Resources Division, Park Operations Division and other County departments. Directs and oversees employees in these projects.
Communicates with public regarding maintenance issues and uses See Click Fix program to resolve maintenance concerns
Responsible for working within the Department Operations Center during emergency situations.
Enforces safety regulations and procedures. Conducts regular safety meetings with staff, and ensures up-to-date training and testing of all employees and equipment.
Manages logistics and budget for the landscape committee for the Wine in the Woods event.
Knowledgeable on the operation of maintenance equipment to include but not limited to chainsaws, backhoes, skid loaders, excavators, personnel lifts, fork lifts, etc.
Participate in committees as assigned.
Responsible for identifying and applying good sustainability practices into all aspects of Department operations.
Directly supervises four full-time employees and three seasonal staff in the division field operation. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these operations. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; evaluating staff performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; approval of purchasing statements, developing project and work specification documents, addressing complaints and resolving problems.
PREFERRED EDUCATION/KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:High School Diploma or GED and 6 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS:An Associates' degree in Horticulture, Agronomy, Agriculture, Environmental Studies or other related field and practical experience.
Experience in the field of grounds maintenance to include supervisory experience.
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