Investigative Agent (Program Administrator 1)
Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities
JOB DUTIES IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE
- Acts for administrator (e.g., independently answers complex &/or confidential correspondence; conducts staff meetings to discuss rules & operating procedures relating to assigned area; monitors manpower needs &insures sufficient number of personnel to complete special assignments/ projects), serves as liaison between administrator & subordinates, transmits decisions & directives, represents administrator at meetings & conferences, formulates & implements program policy & assumes responsibility & authority in administrator’s absence, or does all of preceding & supervises staff (i.e., assigned clerical, maintenance, security &/or lower-level administrative employees).
- Researches & analyzes programs, procedures & policies; develops project proposals & program plans; provides technical advice to aid administrators in decision making.
- Manages business functions of administrator’s office; prepares & administers budgets; oversees maintenance of fiscal controls, authorizes expenditures & purchases; administers special programs & projects; coordinates specific auxiliary functions falling under authority of supervisor.
- Performs public relations duties; researches & responds to inquiries & complaints; furnishes information & explains programs to public; writes position papers & reports; makes speeches & gives lectures; prepares news releases.
- Completion of undergraduate core program in business administration, management science or public administration; 12 mos. trg. or 12 mos. exp. in supervisory, administrative &/or managerial position which involved limited research & public contact. If assigned to operate vehicles regulated by Section 4506.01 of Revised Code, applicants must also have valid commercial driver’s license.
-Or completion of undergraduate core program in academic field commensurate with program area to be assigned per approved Position Description on file; 12 mos. trg. or 12 mos. exp. in supervisory, administrative, managerial &/or staff position which involved limited research & public contact. If assigned to operate vehicles regulated by Section 4506.01 of Revised Code, applicants must also have valid commercial driver’s license.
-Or 36 mos. trg. or 36 mos. exp. in business administration, management science or public administration. If assigned to operate vehicles regulated by Section 4506.01 of Revised Code, applicants must also have valid commercial driver’s license.
-Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
Major Worker Characteristics (For External & Internal)
- Knowledge of supervisory principles/techniques; business administration, management science or public administration; employee training & development*; interviewing*; public relations; budgeting. Ability to handle sensitive telephone & faceto-face inquiries & contacts with public & government; write letters, papers, reports & speeches & deliver speeches before general public; develop complex reports & position papers; define problems, collect data, establish facts & draw valid conclusions; calculate fractions, decimals & percentages; gather, collate & classify information according to established methods; establish friendly atmosphere as supervisor of work unit.
Background Check Information
- The final candidate selected for the position will be required to undergo a criminal background check. Rule 5123:2-2-02, “Background Investigations for Employment,” outlines disqualifying offenses that will preclude an applicant from being employed by the Department of Developmental Disabilities.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: From $23.13 per hour
- Dental insurance
- Flexible spending account
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Retirement plan
- Vision insurance
Work Location: One location