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ACOM REHAB DIRECTOR

The Rehabilitation Director â€Â“ Arkansas Career and Technical Institute (ACTI) is responsible for overseeing the administration of a training and rehabilitation facility that serves

Class Code:

N170N

Job Grade:

GS12

Special Job Requirements:

0

Typical Functions:

Manages supervisory personnel that control the objectives of active projects. Develops operational policies for existing programs, evaluates the level of the programs after policy implementation, and works with additional supervisory personnel to revise operational policies utilizing previously documented results. Analyzes operational activities occurring within the center, utilizes the results of analysis to develop conclusions comparing theoretical program direction with actual program direction and conveys information to relevant subordinate supervisory personnel. Coordinates operational activities by providing assistance to interdepartmental supervisory personnel pertaining to vocational and administrative aspects of the center. Investigates complaints pertaining to all rehabilitation services provided by the center and resolves these complaints by serving on committees and collaborating with interdepartmental service providers involved with the business transactions. Monitors supervisory personnel that control budget requests and expenditure approvals. Responds to inquiries for information from legislative officials and communicates recommendations for solutions to departmental problems. Participates in the process of selecting and training administrative support personnel. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of departmental policies for operational activities. Knowledge of the principles and practices of vocational rehabilitation. Knowledge of federal regulations pertaining to rehabilitation for disabled individuals. Knowledge of techniques for human resource and organizational management. Ability to establish comprehensive organizational systems for departmental programs. Ability to control the work of supervisory personnel while systems are in operation. Ability to interpret and apply federal guidelines to departmental operational activities. Ability to determine compliance assurance for departmental operational activities.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education equivalent to a master’s degree in public health or business administration; plus seven years of experience in the area of vocational rehabilitation program administration, including four years in a supervisory capacity.

Required Certificates:

0

Exempt:

E
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