Job Code Pay Scale Group Pay Scale Type Bargaining Unit Civil Service or Non-Civil Service Last Executive Board Change Executive Board Change History
06135 10 ST F3 C 634-01 08/31/2001
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08/31/2002 06135


DEFINITION: This is administrative and supervisory work in the Career Link in an assigned geographic region.

An employee in this class directs staff located in the regional office and Career Link offices who carry out workforce and economic development responsibilities. Work involves fostering and maintaining partnerships to ensure fully integrated and seamless delivery of services; implementing and integrating core services; providing assistance to employers and prospective employers seeking relocation to the region; providing placement assistance, training and outreach to job seekers; serving on local Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs) and all Local Operator Consortiums to negotiate and facilitate the approval of business and cost allocation plans, ensure bureau services are integrated, and ensure agreements are financially sound and within established budgets; representing the Department's efforts to build community awareness and support of the statewide workforce development initiative; and interpreting and implementing Federal, state and bureau policies and procedures. This work involves communicating with public and private agencies in the community. Supervision is exercised through the assignment and review of work, training, employee development, and performance evaluation. Work is performed independently with general instructions from an administrative supervisor and reviewed through reports, conferences and overall effectiveness of regional operations.

EXAMPLES OF WORK: Plans and directs workforce investment programs.

Coordinates with other partners to ensure fully integrated and seamless delivery of service to employers and job seekers.

Directs and participates in the establishment and maintenance of effective contacts with various workforce and economic development activities.

Represents Labor and Industry on local WIBs.

Serves on Local Operator Consortiums to develop resource sharing, business and cost allocation plans and oversees their execution.

Ensures Federally mandated and regional and local performance standards are being met.

Networks with organizations and advocacy groups. Participates with local and regional officials in coordinating economic development initiatives.

Performs the full range of supervisory functions.

Interprets and directs the application of policies, plans, and instructions.

Evaluates the efficiency of workforce development functions.

Makes recommendations in regard to personnel, procedures, equipment, and office space.

Organizes conferences and training sessions.

Employees in this class may participate in the performance of subordinates' work consistent with operational or organizational requirements.

Performs related work as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Federal and state laws and regulations pertaining to workforce investment programs.

Knowledge of the organization, functions, and policies of workforce investment programs.

Knowledge of planning and management techniques and organization principles.

Knowledge of current social and economic problems as they relate to the unemployed, disadvantaged, minority groups, and persons with disabilities.

Knowledge of state and local industrial, labor, business, and agricultural conditions, trends, employment practices, and workforce requirements.

Knowledge of the structure and practices of organized labor.

Knowledge of basic principles and methods of community organization and program interpretation.

Ability to plan, organize, coordinate and direct the work of staff.

Ability to evaluate employee performance and prepare Employee Performance Reviews.

Ability to read and interpret collective bargaining agreements applicable to the work performed by staff.

Ability to analyze regional economic trends and translate them into plans for meeting the workforce investment needs of the region.

Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, and to develop and maintain an effective public relations program.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, subordinates and other public and private officials.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING: One year of experience as an Employment Security Manager 2;


Five years of progressively responsible experience in a public employment or training service agency or a closely related program, including three years in a supervisory capacity; and a bachelor's degree;


An equivalent combination of experience and training that includes three years in a supervisory capacity for a public employment or training service agency or a closely related program.