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Compliance Programs Administrator

Recruitment #191015-UNCE-I49

Introduction

 

Resumes and copies of transcripts should be submitted to Human Resources at:

ODVAJobs@odva.ok.gov

or mailed to:
2132 NE 36th Street,
Oklahoma City, OK, 73111
Fax 405-523-4037
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THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS FOR ODVA EMPLOYEES ONLY

Compliance Programs Administrator

This is a Full-time Unclassified position

Agency: OK Department of Veterans Affairs, Central Office Division
Address: 2132 NE 36th Street, Oklahoma City, OK, 73111
Travel
: Occasional
Annual Salary:$70,000 - $102,000

Under the direction of the Executive Director, coordinates agency-wide clinical and nursing compliance program.  Ensures Veterans Homes are adhering to U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA) and State of Oklahoma Department of Health regulations for the quality of care, residents’ rights, employee screening, vendor relationships, record keeping and documentation. Directly involved in the establishment of appropriate agency procedures and policies and monitors the enforcement of standards for each employee, vendor, or contractor and for ethical and legal conduct expected in the care of residents and the operation of the Veterans Homes.  Performs related work as required.

TYPICAL WORK FUNCTIONS/ACTIVITIES:
*Analyzes the results of annual surveys and verifies that the center has effectively addressed identified deficiencies;
*Documents oral or written responses to requests for advice for government agency representatives and retains a record.
*Establishes, coordinates, and utilizes the compliance committee which ensures appropriate corrective action for noncompliance; functions as liaison between Quality Assurance (QA) and all other veterans homes;
*Establishes audits and/or oversees timely, systematic/periodic audits of the centers operations to determine compliance with and the efficiency of the centers compliance program; oversees staff’s management of all VA and Nursing Home Care Act requirements.
*Audits reports and analyzes data regarding resident care, resident conditions, staff performance, centers systems and procedures. Verifies completion and accuracy for state submissions through audit process/staff;
*Assists in the planning and/or direct education and training program(s) for the centers employees so each can better understand the statutory and regulatory context for the ethical and legal business practices for quality improvement;
*Conduct focus reviews per Executive Director, any information suggesting possible unethical or illegal business practices by the center or its employees, maintaining confidentiality;
*Reports incidents of mistreatment, neglect or abuse to the center administrator and other officials as required by law;

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:
Thorough knowledge of professional techniques, both documentation and observation skills, and their relations to legal obligations and skills in their application; Good knowledge of all relevant regulations and guidelines, including standards of practice for appropriate legal and ethical conduct of staff; Working knowledge of laws and regulations governing nursing centers; Working knowledge of principles and practices of center administration; Ability to manage large volume records and reports related to the management of the center; Ability to explain and interpret findings of the quality assurance committee and other related reports; Ability to secure the cooperation of others; Possesses integrity, honesty, dependability, resourcefulness, and professionalism.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 
CLINICAL AND SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE IN LONG-TERM CARE, COMMUNITY BASED CARE OR ASSISTED LIVING/MEMORY CARE.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree in nursing, public or business administration, health administration or related field and four years professional level managerial or administrative experience in a hospital, nursing home or health care facility; OR an equivalent combination of education or experience.  Possession of a current license as a Nursing Home Administrator in good standing with the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners for Long Term Care Administrators may substitute for one year of experience.

Conclusion

Veteran's Preference Points Apply only for initial appointment in the Classified Service.



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