Veterans Center Programs Admin III

Recruitment #210225-UNCE-74


To apply for the Veterans Center Programs Administrator III you may contact
the Sulphur Veterans Center HR Department to submit a resume or request an application

Contact#: 580-622-7500


Positions in this classification are assigned responsibilities involving program oversight, including coordination, direction or supervision of Records Management, Policy & Procedure Management, Medical Records, Patient Services (Admissions), Claims, Laundry Services, Housekeeping/Custodial, and Food Service and other Veterans Center programs.

The functions will vary by level, but may include the following:
• Plan, develop, coordinate and direct activities and services for Veterans Center programs;  directs or supervises staff in the completion of assigned functions and activities to insure compliance with all applicable laws, rules, and policies.
• Develops and recommends policies, rules and regulations which pertain to the administration of assigned programs consistent with federal and state laws; participates in program analysis, including the analysis of problems and needed services.
• Directs or conducts studies of needs; reviews and analyzes information from studies and projects for immediate and long-range program development; advises subordinate program staff and other interested groups of the proper interpretation and application of agency rules and policies.
• Investigation of resident and employee incidents and write various reports within a specified timeframes. This will include investigations and reports for safety, complex administrative reports, fiscal reports, resident abuse, sentinel events, root cause analysis reports, responses to surveys by regulatory agencies and employee accidents/injuries.
• Reviews periodic staff reports, administrative audits, program activities and other information to evaluate program effectiveness and quality of services; develops controls to assure accountability for program operation, policy implementation and the maintenance of efficiency in various units.
• Develops and maintains sound personnel policies and practices; participates in the selection of persons for educational scholarships; directs staff training programs.

Required at this level include knowledge of agency policy; of state and federal regulations relevant to agency programs; of sound methods of administration; of methods of management and planning and of supervisory principles and practices.  Ability is required to administer programs and supervise personnel; to maintain effective working relationships with others; and to exercise good judgment in the solution of problems.

Requirements consist of a bachelor’s degree PLUS four years of professional business or public administration experience in a hospital or health care environment in a supervisory or administrative capacity. Possession of current Oklahoma Long Term Care Administrator license substitutes for one year experience.


Veteran’s preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.