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EXAMPLES OF TASKS
(More specific information about the job can be found in the Purpose and Distinguishing Characteristics. This list contains tasks that are typically associated with the job. It is not all-inclusive and may vary from position to position. Hiring agencies may, depending on the specific nature of the position, modify these tasks and/or identify additional tasks, based on a current position analysis.)
• Analyzes, summarizes and/or reviews data; reports findings, interprets results and/or makes recommendations.
• Conducts, or represents agency at, formal or informal hearings.
• Coordinates and/or acts as a liaison between agency or work unit and other agencies, work units, organizations, suppliers, etc.
• Coordinates program activities, services, and/or program implementation with private providers, other governmental entities, program users, etc.
• Ensures compliance with applicable federal and/or state laws, regulations, and/or agency rules, standards and guidelines, etc.
• Interprets, clarifies, explains and applies agency policy and procedures, business practices, federal or state laws and regulations, etc.
• Maintains technical data, generates reports and findings and defends analytical work during hearings or litigation.
• Monitors agency or program budget including revenues, expenditures and budget projection, etc.
• Prepare detailed case documentation including: opening and closing cases, intake records, investigation summaries, case histories, activity logs, risk assessments social summaries, needs assessments, service plans, and correspondence, etc.
• Schedules and/or coordinates appointments, meetings, facilities, or other activities; gathers materials and follows up as needed.
• Schedules and/or participates in public hearings concerning agency issues, rules, regulations and/or compliance standards.
• Writes and/or uses computer programs to generate and analyze data.
• Writes or drafts correspondence, reports, documents and/or other written materials.
• Other tasks as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
(This list is not all-inclusive and may vary from position to position. Hiring agencies may, depending on the specific nature of the position, modify these and/or identify additional duties, based on a current position analysis.