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POSITION: Compliance Monitor – Federal Grants and Audits

DESCRIPTION

An employee in this class examines, evaluates, and investigates eligibility for or conformity with

laws and regulations governing contract compliance of federal grants and programs and other compliance and enforcement inspection activities. The employee is expected to use independent judgment in the performance of some duties. Work is continuously reviewed through conference and appraisal of performance.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (NOT ALL INCLUSIVE)

  • Monitors and evaluates for Department’s local and federal compliance with approved program activities;
  • Assists with planning and developing operating procedures and policies which support the goals and objectives;
  • Disseminates information on federal mandates, regulations and guidelines;
  • Compiles statistical data to support all activities and to calculate program effectiveness;
  • Monitors all phases of activities to ensure compliance with federal and local laws;
  • Conducts research and prepares reports;
  • Administers and tracks program budgets;
  • Communicates on behalf of program with relevant stakeholders;
  • Provides informal and formal training related to administration of federal grants;
  • Examines and verifies correctness of, or establishes authenticity of records;
  • Keeps immediate supervisor informed;
  • Performs other related duties as required.

FACTOR I - KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

  • Knowledge of applicable federal and local law and Departmental policies and regulations;
  • Knowledge  of  internal  and  external  auditing  concepts,  techniques,  methods,  and procedures;
  • Knowledge of GAGAS auditing and reporting standards;
  • Knowledge of basic computer operation;
  • Knowledge of departmental rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing through such forms as correspondence, briefing papers, reports, and issue papers;
  • Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with the public and all persons contacted during the course of work;
  • Ability to work effectively, cooperatively and harmoniously with agency staff, public, groups and individuals;
  • Ability to research, compile data, and write reports.

FACTOR II- SUPERVISORY CONTROLS

  • Work is reviewed and evaluated directly through documents and reports, observations, annual performance evaluations, and annual program evaluations.

FACTOR III - GUIDELINES

  • Guidelines  consist  of  applicable  federal  and  local  laws,  Departmental  policies  and regulations, and inspection procedures manuals.

FACTOR IV – COMPLEXITY

  • The Program  Compliance Monitor consistently exercises discretion and independent judgment, utilizing ability and sound judgment to interpret data and conditions.

FACTOR V - SCOPE AND EFFECT

  • The scope of the work to be performed by the Program Compliance Monitor is far reaching, impacting the integrity and viability of federal programs.

FACTOR VI, VII - PERSONAL CONTACTS & PURPOSE OF CONTACTS

  • Contacts are made with Department personnel at the district and  state  levels  and employees within own agency for the purpose of planning, developing and implementing initiatives and policies and to obtain and exchange information relative to the federal grants program.

FACTOR VIII - PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • There are no strenuous physical demands placed on this position. Air travel within the Territory and travel to the mainland to attend workshops and seminars may be required.

FACTOR IX - WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Workplace will vary at times. Work is to be performed in a smoke-free, drug-free office setting with a computer work station and telephone, but may require visits to other activity centers.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Arts Degree from an accredited university in Business Administration, Accounting or closely related field; or
  • An associates of Arts degree from an accredited university in Business Administration, Accounting or closely related field two (2) years clerical, revenue collection or cashier experience, including three (3) credits in Accounting; and
  • Valid Virgin Islands Drivers License.

“No person shall be discriminated against in employment or in any educational program or activity offered by the Virgin Islands Department of Education on account of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, handicap or age.”

 

Complainant may write to:

Director

Director

 

Division of Human Resources

Division of Human Resources

 

#2133 Hospital Street

#44-46 Kongens Gade

 

Christiansted, VI 00820

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 00802

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