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APD Regulatory Deputy Director (APD Administrator 1)

Company: State of Oregon
Location: Salem
Posted on: March 19, 2023

Job Description:

APD Regulatory Deputy Director (APD Administrator 1) page is loaded APD Regulatory Deputy Director (APD Administrator 1) Apply locations Salem - DHS - Summer Street time type Full time posted on Posted Yesterday job requisition id REQ-120986 Initial Posting Date: 02/21/2023 Application Deadline: 03/21/2023 Agency: Department of Human Services Salary Range: $8,257 - $12,773 Position Type: Employee Position Title: APD Regulatory Deputy Director (APD Administrator 1) Job Description: We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are actively working to build an equitable agency with the Equity North Star as our guide toward our vision of an agency free of racism, discrimination and bias. We believe that teams in which everyone can show up as their full authentic self are key to creating a thriving workforce that can better serve communities. We welcome members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQIA2S+ community members, and others to apply . We are seeking an experienced executive leader to serve as the Regulatory Deputy Director ( Administrator ) for the Office of Aging and People with Disabilities (APD) , the largest division within the Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS). - This role is one of three deputies reporting to the APD director . It oversees a variety of units within APD that are re sponsible for the safety an d well-being of the people APD serves including , but not limited to, abuse inv estigations , licensing and compliance oversight for more than 2 , 0 00 long-term care settings and more than 19,000 in-home providers . - APD has led nationally in redefining equitable delivery of human services for older adults and people with disabilities by emphasizing indepen dence, c hoice, and dignity . Oregon received the nation's first home and community-based waiver, which for the first time in Oregon, and the nation, consumers eligible for Medicaid could receive services at home or in non-institutional community settings, not just nursing facilities. APD continues to innovate and prioritiz es expansion of person-centered services and supports that are also culturally appropriate . APD's Adult Protective Services have also been recognized nationally for innovative program initiatives and practices and recognizes that people who are free from abuse benefit more from the services we deliver. Abuse prevention is key to a sustainable long-term care services and support delivery system. APD staff and contracted partners work with the peop le we serve as well as their relatives, community -based services, in -home providers long - term care facilities, medical providers, advocates and others to ensure every older adult or adult with a disability has a stable, safe, and nurturing home while living as independently as possible. In this exciting new role, you will be a key member of the APD Executive Team . You will serve as leader to the Office of Safety, Oversight, and Quality (SOQ), Adult Protective Services (APS), and the ODHS Safety Manager and Serious Incident teams. In addition, you will work closely with program design and delivery leadership to drive work to advance the goals for the safety of Oregon's older adults, T ribal elders and people with physical disabilities. - If you are an exceptional leader who inspires others, prioritizes equity and safety , drives change and delivers results, we want you to apply ! O regon D epartment of H uman S ervices (ODHS) , A place to belong and make a difference!

  • When you join - ODHS , you join a community of over 10,000 employees dedicated to serving and helping Oregonians achieve wellbeing and independence through opportunities that protect, empower, respect choice, and preserve dignity. -
  • Connect with ODHS Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and find a place to belong, build community and participate in shared learnin g. ERGs are employee-driven committees that support each other as well as the ODHS' overall mission and vision .
  • We are committed to building an antiracist and equitable agency . Equity is foundational to our role as a human services agency and we are committed to integrating equity into all we do. The Equity North Star has four points that explain the agency's goals related to equity, inclusion, and racial justice.
  • We know that life is unpredictable and ODHS cares about keeping you well. Enjoy a work-life balance, 11 paid holidays a year, flexible work schedules, and competitive benefits packages including health, dental, vision and much more! - What you need to qualify EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Administrator 1 Five years of management experience in a public or private organization which included responsibility for each of the following: a) development of program rules and policies, b) development of long- and short-range goals and plans, c) program evaluation, and d) budget preparation. OR Two years of the above management experience and a bachelor's or advanced degree in a related field (e.g., Social Work, Human Services, Public Policy, Juris Doctor, etc.) . In the "Work History" section on your application, you must clearly describe your experience in each of the a), b), c), d) areas listed. Failure to provide this information may result in eliminating your application from further consideration. Essential attributes We are looking for candidates with:
    • Regulatory Background Experience overseeing statewide and local legal, compliance, and enforcement functions within a regulatory framework. -
    • Policy and Rulemaking Experience Experience determining, formulating, and authorizing policies and rulemaking related to the safety of the APD population. -
    • Equity Focus Experience advancing priorities and data collection related to equity in LTSS licensing and regulation. -
    • Inclusivity The a bility to create an inclusive work environment that honors lived experience and prioritizes safety and protection.
      • Innovation The ability to ensure a process that allows ideas to be evaluated, adopted, and implemented when appropriate.
      • Stewardship The ability to responsibly manage resources and actively promote a culture in which those resources are effectively utilized. -
      • Business Acumen Understanding of budget management with knowledge of or experience working in the public sector and knowledge of stewardship and polic y. The ability to manage human resources, financial, procurement, assets, and information resources effectively to meet the mission of the agency and state.
      • Accountability/Transparency Ability to hold self and others to high standards of honesty, transparency, and integrity. -
      • Community Partnership/Community Engagement/Equity The ability to consider and appreciate multiple perspectives, backgrounds, and values and integrate them throughout the organization, creating opportunities to achieve organizational goals effectively.
        • Leadership/Management Style The ability to actively engage employees at all levels of the organization, recognize their potential, and support their future career growth. -
        • Servant Leadership Orientation Possess ing a serve-first mindset, focusing on empowering and uplifting those who work for them. Serving instead of commanding, showing humility instead of brandishing authority, and always looking to enhance the development of their staff members in ways that unlock potential, creativity, and a sense of purpose. -
        • Communication/Internal and External Teams The ability to effectively articulate and exchange information with internal and external stakeholders /partners - Please be sure to clearly describe how you meet these attributes within your application materials. These attributes will be used to determine which candidates will be selected to move forward in the process. - Your duties at a glance The Office of Aging and People with Disabilities ' work is carried out by more than 3,200 staff including employees of contracted partners who deliver services under the program . The program's major responsibilities include establishing policies and programs which provide services for older adults and people with disabilities including preventing and protect ing people from abuse. The program staff works with relatives , community care providers, long term care facilities, medical providers, and others to ensure every aging Oregonian or adult with a disability has a stable, safe, and nurturing home while living as independently as possible. As the APD Regulatory Deputy Director you will:
          • Oversee central and local office operations, quality assurance, and legal, compliance, and enforcement functions within APD's Office of Safety Oversight and Quality (SOQ), Adult Protective Services (APS), and the Safety and Serious Incident team.
          • Translate knowledge of best practices in long term services and supports (LTSS) licensing into SOQ rules, policies, operating procedures with a strong focus on safety of residents and consumers .
          • Ensure the APD Director is informed and consulted on sensitive matters and enforcement decisions involving the safety of APD consumers.
            • Serve as a member of the APD Executive Team to advance cross program work aligned with APD's strategic priorities, mission, values, and goals.
            • Determine, formulate, and authorize policies and rulemaking related to SOQ, APS, and Safety and Serious Incidents.
            • Analyze and ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations.
            • C onsult with and maintain p roductive working relationships with Oregon's LTSS provider community, associations, advocates and other interested parties , while ensuring accountability .
            • Lead strategic planning initiatives, priority setting and execution planning activities for SOQ, APS, and Safety teams.
              • Track and communicate progress related to APD-wide safety priorities internally and externally .
              • Collaborate and coordinate work across state and local agencies to align and streamline regulations and processes that reduce administrative burden.
              • Advance priorities related to racial equity in LTSS licensing and regulation.
              • Work to build and support an organizational culture that is inclusive, results driven, and customer service oriented.
              • Coordinate audits of the LTSS licensing program, and drive implementation of actionable recommendations.
                • Represent SOQ, APS, and the Safety and Serious Incident team among a wide range of partners and interested parties including but not limited to Legislators, Governor's Office, Council members, providers, families, and labor partners .
                • Establish and implement personnel practices consistent with personnel rules and regulations, SEIU contract.
                • Respond/resolve employee complaints and grievances and assure progressive discipline is taken when necessary. Assure that performance standards are established for APD staff.
                • Assure effective communication within the agency, as well as between central office and local office staff, partners, community, and labor union representatives. Working conditions
                  • Your work will be conducted in a hybrid format that includes community work, office work, and some work that can be conducted remotely.
                  • Valid driver's license or alternate transportation plan required.
                  • This position works a professional workweek which can include evening and weekend hours. High volume workload with varied duties and short time frames. Application instructions & requirements Your work history profile , cover letter , and resume are required to -highlight your interest in the position and demonstrate your skills , lived and /or work experience that shows you are an excellent candidate for the position. -
                    • Required: A cover letter that demonstrates how you meet the Minimum Qualifications, and essential attributes , listed. We read every letter submitted to help us understand your experience related to the position
                    • Please upload a resume and complete the work history profile. Note: Your resume and cover letter may be uploaded in the Resume/CV field on the online application. -
                    • Current State of Oregon employees : Apply via your employee Workday account . -
                    • If you are not a current State of Oregon employee, v iew this application instructional video . -
                    • After you submit your application, you will have additional tasks to complete in Workday . Please continue to check your Workday account throughout the recruitment process. - Additional r equirements
                      • Finalists for this position will be subject to a computerized criminal history and abuse check. Adverse background information will be reviewed and could result in withdrawal of a conditional job offer or termination of employment.
                      • The Oregon Department of Human Services does not offer visa sponsorship. Within three days of hire, you will be required to complete the US Department of Homeland Security's I-9 form confirming authorization to work in the United States. ODHS will use E-Verify to confirm that you are authorized to work in the United States. Helpful information
                        • This position is a Management Service supervisory position and is not represented by a union.
                          • This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies.
                          • Have questions about Workday, and want some tips on understanding the state application process? Check out our Oregon job opportunities page. -
                          • If you need an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), have questions or need assistance with the application process , please contact Teresa Camacho via email or call 971-286-0701. Please be sure to include the job requisition number . - Similar Jobs (1) Oregon Eligibility System Release Coordinator (Operations & Policy Analyst 3) remote type Fully Remote Work locations Salem - DHS - Summer Street time type Full time posted on Posted 5 Days Ago About Us Oregon state government is a large organization by nearly any standard. With over 40,000 employees working all over the state, in small communities and large, we are proving that government can be innovative. We work as a team, challenging ourselves to be better, faster and more efficient with taxpayer dollars. After all, when every day we are responsible for caring for the needs of a diverse population and thriving business community, we simply must have the best and brightest workforce. If you take responsibility for your actions, are passionate about helping others succeed, and have a reputation for excellence and honesty, why not make Oregon state government your next career move? Joining our team means you open the door to many possibilities. From entry level to executive, outdoor work to policy setting, we have a role for nearly every calling, expertise and background. If you're looking at us from across the country (or beyond!), know that Oregon is one of the most beautiful places on earth. Made up of seven diverse regions, Oregon has the ocean, mountains, valleys, high desert, cities, small towns, and almost everything in between. Oregon " flies with her own wings ."

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