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Program Coordinator II - Office of Investigations and Enforcement

Organization: SCLLR
Date Posted: 6/18/2019
Country: United States
Primary Category: Codes Enforcement
Type of Position: Full-Time

Description & Details

Job Responsibilities: 

Coordinates and supervises the investigations of complaints of reported violations of state laws and regulations governing the Payment of Wages Statute and Child Labor Laws, and Health and medically related professions. Supervises and evaluates OIE Investigators and Administrative staff in the performance of their duties.  Provides training as required, assesses staff needs, and plans accordingly, schedules and coordinates investigations.  Ensures the Employee Performance Management System (EPMS) is used as a continuous communication tool.  EPMS planning stages and evaluations are completed according to the agency's EPMS policy. Works in close coordination with Senior Labor Attorney and/or the Deputy Director of Labor for the review, update, development and implementation of the processes and regulations related to the payment of wages and child labor sections of OIE to include, but not limited to, seeking legal assistance, as necessary, related to the informal conference and citation appeal processes. Reviews and recommends approval of investigative reports, documents pertaining to the investigative process, and any other related paperwork. Reviews and ensures compliance with the Investigators electronic calendar. Routinely performs review of the case management system (ReLAES), to ensure that cases are properly documented, statuses are current, and aged cases are addressed accordingly with Investigators.  Reviews all incoming complaints, to determine priorities  Screens all incoming payment of wages and child labor complaints to determine if the agency has jurisdiction to investigate the allegations, and if not, makes appropriate referrals as applicable.  Closes or assigns complaints as appropriate; ensures adequate and fair workload distribution. Provides licensees and the general public, with information regarding the complaint process. Schedules and conducts Investigative Review Committee (IRC) meetings for each assigned board.  Completes all IRC and Board reports and presents OIE reports to the Boards. Performs additional duties as needed.




A bachelor's degree and relevant program experience.


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