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Accrediting Programs Administrator

Recruitment #190516-UNCE-I19

Introduction

 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: 

Resumes and copies of transcripts should be submitted to Human Resources at:

ODVAJobs@odva.ok.gov

Fax 405-523-4037

or mailed to:
2132 NE 36th Street, Oklahoma City, OK, 73111

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This position is for an Accrediting Programs Administrator for the Central Office Division, located at 2132 NE 36th, Oklahoma City, OK 73111.

Annual Salary- $55,000 - $65,000

BASIC PURPOSE: 
The individual assigned to the position is responsible for assisting the State Approving Programs Administrator in the general operations and administration of the ODVA State Approving Division (SAD) as described herein.  This includes understanding of Title 38, United States Code related to GI Bill benefits for the education and training of veterans and other eligible persons and how it relates to SAD.  The person in this position reports to the SAD Programs Administrator.  This position is considered a team leader position and acts on behalf of the director as requested.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS: The functions will vary, but may include the following:
• Assisting in the development of the annual federal contract with the United States Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA).  This includes a variety of administrative, professional and technical functions involved in the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual reports necessary to complete and to meet contract requirements;
• Drafting state and federal policies and procedures that support SAD including state and federal requirements. This includes procedures for compliance and revision of the Administrative Procedures Act, Open Meeting Law and Open Records Act;
• Preparing reports for review and analysis regarding division operations and veterans issues;
• Representing the State Approving Programs Administrator and making presentations on behalf of the Administrator  as assigned;
• Providing assistance in the preparation and submission of the annual state budget;
• Reviewing, analyzing, and reconciling monthly expenditures and generating budget reports;
• As assigned, reviews and processes applications for approval/disapproval of Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL), Non-College Degree (NCD) catalogs and addendums, schedules, tuition and fees, etc.  This individual will also assist in technical visits and processing on-the-job training (OJT) and apprenticeship agreements for veterans.
• As assigned, performs compliance survey visits for IHLs, NCDs and OJT and apprenticeships in compliance with Title 38, United States Code for GI Bill Benefits;
• Attends local and national conferences and training on matters pertaining to veterans’ education and training; and
• Other duties as assigned.

 

Education and Experience:
Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution and five years of professional experience that includes demonstrated leadership experience and business or public administration experience.  Applicants with related administrative leadership and experience with current GI Bills are preferred.

Additional requirements for this position include experience with organizational and public administration; basic research and statistical technical skills; a general understanding of federal and state laws and regulations relating to the administration of GI Bills, the Open Meetings Act, and technical expertise in computer software including the Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, and Access).  The successful candidate must be able to communicate effectively (oral and written); possess strong interpersonal skills necessary to maintain effective working relationships with staff and others outside the agency; experience in evaluating educational programs; research, writing and analyzing statistical reports; the ability to exercise good judgment; and organize and present facts and opinions related to SAD issues. Successful service or committee work experience with national organizations is a plus.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must be willing and able to fulfill all job-related travel and other duties associated with this position including light lifting, and working beyond the 40 hour work week when requested. 

 

 

Conclusion

Veteran's Preference Points Apply only for initial appointment in the Classified Service.



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