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SENIOR MANAGEMENT ANALYST II - 67016044

Date: Sep 27, 2018

Location: TALLAHASSEE, FL, US, 32399

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Requisition No: 45342 

Agency: Agency for Persons with Disabilities

Working Title: SENIOR MANAGEMENT ANALYST II - 67016044

Position Number: 67016044 

Salary:  $1,830.77 - 2,307.69 Bi-Weekly 

Posting Closing Date: 10/23/2018 

SENIOR MANAGEMENT ANALYST II– SES

AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

STATE OFFICE – 67016044 – TALLAHASSEE

***OPEN COMPETITIVE OPPORTUNITY***

THIS IS A SELECTED EXEMPT SERVICE POSITION.

The Agency for Persons with Disabilities works in partnership with local communities to support people with developmental disabilities in living, learning, and working in their communities. APD provides critical services and supports for customers with developmental disabilities to reach their full potential. The Agency serves people with spina bifida, autism, Down syndrome, children age 3-5 at high risk of developmental disabilities, cerebral palsy, Prader-Willi syndrome, Phelan-McDermid syndrome, and intellectual disabilities. There is no charge or co-payment for services provided through the Agency.

www.apdcares.org

DIRECT DEPOSIT PROGRAM - As a condition of employment, a person appointed to a position in State government is required to participate in the Direct Deposit Program.  Rather than receiving a paper paycheck, your funds will be deposited directly into your account at your financial institution. This will be accomplished by Electronic Funds Transfer. Banks, savings and loan associations, and credit unions are eligible to accept such deposits. Retirement funds are also required to be in the Direct Deposit Program.

BACKGROUND SCREENING REQUIREMENT:

It is the policy of the Florida Agency for Persons with Disabilities that applicants for employment undergo Level 2 employment screening in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 435, Florida Statutes, as a condition of employment or being permitted to serve as a volunteer.
No applicant for a designated position will be employed or permitted to volunteer until the Level 2 screening results are received, reviewed, and approved by the Agency.
Level 2 background screening shall include, but not be limited to, fingerprinting for Statewide criminal and juvenile records checks through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and Federal criminal records checks through the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and may include local criminal records checks through local law enforcement agencies.

THIS POSITION REQUIRES A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION INCLUDING FINGERPRINTING, PURSUANT TO S. 110.1127(1), FLORIDA STATUTES.

WE HIRE ONLY U.S. CITIZENS AND THOSE LAWFULLY AUTHORIZED TO WORK IN THE U.S. APD PARTICIPATES IN THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION PROGRAM (E-VERIFY). E-VERIFY IS A PROGRAM THAT ELECTRONICALLY CONFIRMS AN EMPLOYEE’S ELIGIBILITY TO WORK IN THE UNITED STATES AFTER COMPLETION OF THE EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION FORM (I-9).

ALL APPLICANTS SHOULD COMPLETE THE ON-LINE APPLICATION PROCESS.  IF ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION, PLEASE CALL THE PEOPLE FIRST SERVICE CENTER AT 1-877-562-7287. RESPONSES TO THE QUALIFYING QUESTIONS ARE REQUIRED TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION. ANSWERS TO THE QUALIFYING QUESTIONS MUST BE VERIFIABLE BASED ON YOUR SUBMITTED APPLICATION.

REQUIREMENTS:

Open Competitive opportunity- Any applicant who meets the minimum requirements of the position.

Knowledge of the Institute of Internal Auditor’s International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing Framework, the Principals and Standards for Offices of Inspector General, and Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards.

Proficient using Adobe and Microsoft Office products, i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint.

Knowledge of basic mathematics.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

A bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university.

At least two years of professional work experience in auditing, systems analysis, management analysis, financial auditing/analysis, or program evaluation.

Possession of a CPA, CIA, CISA, CFE, and/or other similar audit-related certification.

***NOTE: ***

Applicants must complete all fields in the Candidate Profile.  Work history with month, year, and hours worked are required to qualify for this position.  Responses to Qualifying Questions must be verifiable in the Candidate Profile. Resumes and other documentation can be attached to provide additional information.

The elements of the selection process will include a skills test and interview.

***DUTIES:

Employees of the Agency for Persons with Disabilities (Agency) are required to demonstrate total commitment to outstanding customer service.  This includes, but is not limited to, always acting in a responsive, professional, courteous manner with the employees, customers and public we serve at all times.

This position is assigned to SES under the provision of Section 110.205 (2)(w), Florida Statutes, as confidential.  This position supports the functions of the Agency Inspector General and Director of Audit.

This highly responsible, professional position in the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is responsible for performing independent internal audits in accordance with Section 20.055, Florida Statutes, Internal Audit’s operating procedures, Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS), and International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. The types of audits that could be conducted are financial, compliance, performance, contract, information systems, and management reviews. 

The employee shall perform his/her duties in accordance with Section 20.055, Florida Statutes.  In addition, in accordance with Section 20.055 (6)(c), Florida Statutes, the Inspector General and staff shall have access to any records, data, and other information of the State Agency as deemed necessary to carry out the duties of the position, including information exempt in Chapter 119, Florida Statutes. Employee actively obtains, analyzes, and maintains highly confidential information, and is responsible for handling such information with discretion to ensure its integrity and confidentiality.

Section 20.055 (2)(g), Florida Statutes, requires effective coordination and cooperation between the Florida Auditor General, federal auditors, and other governmental bodies with a goal of avoiding duplication. This employee assists the Director of Audit as liaison with external auditors, provide advice to Agency personnel on the appropriate response to external audit findings, coordinate entrance and exit conferences and audit responses, and track all corrective actions related to external and internal audit findings. 

Pursuant to Section 393.502 (9), Florida Statutes, this employee will perform annual financial reviews of local family care councils to ensure the local councils exercise care and prudence in the expenditure of funds and comply with State expenditure requirements.

Assists the Inspector General and Director of Audit in the development of policies and procedures; reviews draft policies and procedures for compliance with applicable rules and laws; and assists in the implementation of policies and procedures for employees across the Agency.

Based on the annual audit plan, and pursuant to Section 282.318 (4)(g), Florida Statutes, this employee conducts periodic internal audits and evaluations of the Agency's information technology security program for the Agency’s data, information, and information technology resources.  Such audits and evaluations shall include Agency data created, edited, stored, and transmitted on Agency, contractor, and provider resources including external networks and cloud computing resources.  Such audits shall consider Agency requirements under the Florida Cybersecurity Standards (Rules 74-2.001 through 74-2.006, Florida Administrative Code).

Pursuant to 20.055 (2)(f), Florida Statutes, the employee conducts follow-up reports to identify the progress made in implementing corrective actions in response to reported audit findings and recommendations. These reports will be compiled and submitted for supervisory review and communication to the Agency’s Director, Chief Inspector General, and Auditor General.

Assists the Director of Audit in conducting the annual comprehensive risk assessment of the Agency to determine areas with the highest risk of fraud, waste or abuse.  Risk assessment results are used to select audit projects required under Section 20.055 (6)(i), Florida Statutes, as well as inform Agency management of areas of concern.

Assists the Director of Investigations or Inspector General in the performance of investigations or special assignments.

Accepts and documents allegations and complaints of fraud or misconduct through courteous, professional conduct and demeanor. 

Maintains and improves professional knowledge and skills through participation in staff meetings, staff development activities, continuing education training opportunities, professional networking, and review of office literature, reference materials and current periodicals.

Prepares the OIG quarterly and annual reports in accordance with Section 20.055 (8)(a), Florida Statutes.

Performs other related duties as necessary.

This position may require travel.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Comprehensive working knowledge of Microsoft Office products and Adobe.   
  • Knowledge of accounting and auditing principles and procedures.
  • Knowledge of the methods of compiling and analyzing data.
  • Knowledge of basic mathematics.
  • Ability to determine, prioritize, perform, and assign work, and ensure proper completion of work assignments.
  • Ability to understand, interpret and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Ability to review, analyze and evaluate data.
  • Ability to determine the extent of compliance, the extent to which assets are accounted for, and the validity and reliability of accounting procedures utilized within an organization.
  • Ability to plan, perform, and direct program activities.
  • Ability to utilize problem-solving techniques.
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
  • Knowledge of organization and mission.
  • Knowledge of applicable rules, regulations, policies, and procedures, especially Sections 20.055, 112.3187, 282.318, and 393, Florida Statutes.
  • Ability to travel with or without accommodations.

 

The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace.

Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735). Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation.

The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act.


Nearest Major Market: Tallahassee