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      • Rockledge, Florida
      • Temporary
      • $45,000 - $50,000 per year
      • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
      The Workforce Recovery Training Program Coordinator develops and coordinates all activities and functions of assigned projects and initiatives to ensure programmatic goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frames, funding parameters and organizational priorities. Plans, organizes and conducts administration activities to ensure the BRC grant is implemented and performance is achieved. Reviews and interprets federal and state laws, rules and grant guidance documents with the goal of integrating grants to serve the target population. Serves as the organizational and community liaison to ensure that grant resources are maximized.Responsibilities:- Researches and interprets relevant laws, regulations, policies, guidelines and standards of designated programs; evaluates programmatic activity ensuring compliance with specifications of programs.- Assesses and prioritizes program needs, sets specific goals and objectives for resource development to support program needs. Utilizes needs assessments and brainstorms workable solutions to develop goals and objectives for grant and funding strategies.- Establishes budget with the Manager of IR & VP of IR and then monitors program expenditures in accordance with established budget. Examines invoices for performance and deliverable requirements to ensure adherence to contract terms.- Conducts on-going analyses of program and subcontractor performance in accordance with contract terms. Works with staff and subcontractors to develop and issue appropriate corrective action plans if necessary. Follows up to ensure corrective action plan(s) are implemented. - Prepares periodic analytical reports on program activities, progress, performance statistics or other special reports with accompanying recommendations for decision-making and to advise management or outside agencies.- As needed, coordinates the submission of reports and other required documents in support of current agreements with funding entities. Ensures program and grant files are maintained in accordance with established procedures designed to provide an audit trail.- Provides information and presents information to management and staff on the status of grant and program activities as required.- Provides or arranges for the provision of technical assistance to service providers, including interpretation of the contract, in order to implement program objectives, assist contractors in making changes, and implement new policy and program issues.- Local travel may be required.- Performs other duties as requested.Education:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Minimum of 3 years of experience in managing federal or state grant programs demonstrating attention to detail, adhering to grant reporting and contract requirements. Experience with Workforce Development and/or Community Development Block Grant programs preferred. - Experience in project management, planning, implementation and data systems used to monitor grant progress.- Experience and demonstrated ability to read and interpret and laws, contracts, administrative rules and policies.- Must have good communication skills and demonstrated ability to competently communicate with people from a variety of social, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.- Experience and demonstrated ability to write briefs, reports, plans and corrective action plans.- Experience in non-profit administration, planning or contract/grant administration is preferred.- Experience with MS Office programs, presentation programs, and other software used for case management and customer service is preferred.- Must have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment managing multiple priorities.
      The Workforce Recovery Training Program Coordinator develops and coordinates all activities and functions of assigned projects and initiatives to ensure programmatic goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frames, funding parameters and organizational priorities. Plans, organizes and conducts administration activities to ensure the BRC grant is implemented and performance is achieved. Reviews and interprets federal and state laws, rules and grant guidance documents with the goal of integrating grants to serve the target population. Serves as the organizational and community liaison to ensure that grant resources are maximized.Responsibilities:- Researches and interprets relevant laws, regulations, policies, guidelines and standards of designated programs; evaluates programmatic activity ensuring compliance with specifications of programs.- Assesses and prioritizes program needs, sets specific goals and objectives for resource development to support program needs. Utilizes needs assessments and brainstorms workable solutions to develop goals and objectives for grant and funding strategies.- Establishes budget with the Manager of IR & VP of IR and then monitors program expenditures in accordance with established budget. Examines invoices for performance and deliverable requirements to ensure adherence to contract terms.- Conducts on-going analyses of program and subcontractor performance in accordance with contract terms. Works with staff and subcontractors to develop and issue appropriate corrective action plans if necessary. Follows up to ensure corrective action plan(s) are implemented. - Prepares periodic analytical reports on program activities, progress, performance statistics or other special reports with accompanying recommendations for decision-making and to advise management or outside agencies.- As needed, coordinates the submission of reports and other required documents in support of current agreements with funding entities. Ensures program and grant files are maintained in accordance with established procedures designed to provide an audit trail.- Provides information and presents information to management and staff on the status of grant and program activities as required.- Provides or arranges for the provision of technical assistance to service providers, including interpretation of the contract, in order to implement program objectives, assist contractors in making changes, and implement new policy and program issues.- Local travel may be required.- Performs other duties as requested.Education:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Minimum of 3 years of experience in managing federal or state grant programs demonstrating attention to detail, adhering to grant reporting and contract requirements. Experience with Workforce Development and/or Community Development Block Grant programs preferred. - Experience in project management, planning, implementation and data systems used to monitor grant progress.- Experience and demonstrated ability to read and interpret and laws, contracts, administrative rules and policies.- Must have good communication skills and demonstrated ability to competently communicate with people from a variety of social, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.- Experience and demonstrated ability to write briefs, reports, plans and corrective action plans.- Experience in non-profit administration, planning or contract/grant administration is preferred.- Experience with MS Office programs, presentation programs, and other software used for case management and customer service is preferred.- Must have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment managing multiple priorities.
      • Madison, Wisconsin
      • Temporary
      • $1.00 per hour
      • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
      Spherion, in partnership with the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services, is looking for a Systems and Data Analyst to join the Behavioral Health Policy Section within the Bureau of Benefits Policy in the Division of Medicaid Services. This position is responsible for the design, implementation, management, monitoring, enhancement, and evaluation of assigned business area systems and operation of the Medicaid Enterprise System (MES). As a Systems and Data Analyst, you will also direct and monitor policy changes resulting from the implementation of reimbursement methodologies, budget initiatives, and changes to the fiscal agent contract for Medicaid and other State health care programs.PTO for this position mirrors the State of Wisconsin policy! Hourly pay rate will be discussed during the interview process.Responsibilities:- Analyze policy changes, state and federal regulations, and state administrative codes to prepare system requirements/specifications for necessary system or procedural changes and enhancements to implement these requirements in assigned subsystems and provider areas- Provide direction and technical assistance to the fiscal agent on system maintenance and management to improve manual and electronic data processing procedures- Meet with users and policy analysts of these policy areas to determine system problems, prepare an analysis of these problems, develop system specifications and tests to correct those problems, and monitor their implementation- Prepare detailed system requirements and specifications. Prepare written requests to a fiscal agent that includes these items- Conduct special projects to evaluate and monitor the impact of policy changes on the MES after implementation. Review the accuracy of policy and payment changes by the fiscal agent- Direct the implementation of Medicaid policy in the MES, the maintenance of written procedures documenting policy and system changes, and conduct special projects to monitor and evaluate the application and effectiveness of policy impacting system- Review programming results to ensure programs are written according to specifications- Act as technical liaison between programmers and users and serve as the policy and systems liaison- Evaluate the impact of policy and system changes post-implementation- Review IS requirements including reviewing and approving system documentation such as project charters, business requirements, functional requirements, and detailed system design documents- Identify and respond to system defects and incorrect claims paymentsWorking hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMSkills:- Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in developing, applying, and interpreting administrative policies and procedures as well as strong analytical skills, including the use of statistical techniques to analyze large volumes of complex data- Ability to quickly acquire a competent working knowledge of systems and concepts- Advanced skills in the use of database information systems, management support systems, and other data processing systems- Strong interpersonal skills- Strong oral and written communication skillsEducation:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Bachelors degree or higher in related field or equivalent experience- Considerable knowledge of research and policy analysis methodologies- Knowledge of the state and federal biennial/annual budget process, including general and governmental budgetary principles and procedures- Knowledge of federal Medicaid statutes and regulations, Wisconsin statutes, and Wisconsin Administrative Code- Extensive knowledge of data processing applications, including spreadsheet and database software- General knowledge of Wisconsins healthcare industry, including its composition and regulation- Knowledge of the healthcare billing process, including healthcare claims submission, processing, and payment- Extensive knowledge of nationally standardized medical code sets, including National Drug Codes (NDCs), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes, Health Care Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes, and International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes- Knowledge of Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS) requirements- Knowledge of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) standards and transmission protocols- Knowledge of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations Apply today!Spherion has helped thousands of people just like you find work happiness! Our experienced staff will listen carefully to your employment needs and then work diligently to match your skills and qualifications to the right job and company. No one works harder for you than Spherion. EEO Employer: Race, Religion, Color, National Origin, Citizenship, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Age, Disability, Ancestry, Veteran Status, Genetic Information, Service in the Uniformed Services or any other classification protected by law.
      Spherion, in partnership with the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services, is looking for a Systems and Data Analyst to join the Behavioral Health Policy Section within the Bureau of Benefits Policy in the Division of Medicaid Services. This position is responsible for the design, implementation, management, monitoring, enhancement, and evaluation of assigned business area systems and operation of the Medicaid Enterprise System (MES). As a Systems and Data Analyst, you will also direct and monitor policy changes resulting from the implementation of reimbursement methodologies, budget initiatives, and changes to the fiscal agent contract for Medicaid and other State health care programs.PTO for this position mirrors the State of Wisconsin policy! Hourly pay rate will be discussed during the interview process.Responsibilities:- Analyze policy changes, state and federal regulations, and state administrative codes to prepare system requirements/specifications for necessary system or procedural changes and enhancements to implement these requirements in assigned subsystems and provider areas- Provide direction and technical assistance to the fiscal agent on system maintenance and management to improve manual and electronic data processing procedures- Meet with users and policy analysts of these policy areas to determine system problems, prepare an analysis of these problems, develop system specifications and tests to correct those problems, and monitor their implementation- Prepare detailed system requirements and specifications. Prepare written requests to a fiscal agent that includes these items- Conduct special projects to evaluate and monitor the impact of policy changes on the MES after implementation. Review the accuracy of policy and payment changes by the fiscal agent- Direct the implementation of Medicaid policy in the MES, the maintenance of written procedures documenting policy and system changes, and conduct special projects to monitor and evaluate the application and effectiveness of policy impacting system- Review programming results to ensure programs are written according to specifications- Act as technical liaison between programmers and users and serve as the policy and systems liaison- Evaluate the impact of policy and system changes post-implementation- Review IS requirements including reviewing and approving system documentation such as project charters, business requirements, functional requirements, and detailed system design documents- Identify and respond to system defects and incorrect claims paymentsWorking hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMSkills:- Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in developing, applying, and interpreting administrative policies and procedures as well as strong analytical skills, including the use of statistical techniques to analyze large volumes of complex data- Ability to quickly acquire a competent working knowledge of systems and concepts- Advanced skills in the use of database information systems, management support systems, and other data processing systems- Strong interpersonal skills- Strong oral and written communication skillsEducation:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Bachelors degree or higher in related field or equivalent experience- Considerable knowledge of research and policy analysis methodologies- Knowledge of the state and federal biennial/annual budget process, including general and governmental budgetary principles and procedures- Knowledge of federal Medicaid statutes and regulations, Wisconsin statutes, and Wisconsin Administrative Code- Extensive knowledge of data processing applications, including spreadsheet and database software- General knowledge of Wisconsins healthcare industry, including its composition and regulation- Knowledge of the healthcare billing process, including healthcare claims submission, processing, and payment- Extensive knowledge of nationally standardized medical code sets, including National Drug Codes (NDCs), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes, Health Care Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes, and International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes- Knowledge of Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS) requirements- Knowledge of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) standards and transmission protocols- Knowledge of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations Apply today!Spherion has helped thousands of people just like you find work happiness! Our experienced staff will listen carefully to your employment needs and then work diligently to match your skills and qualifications to the right job and company. No one works harder for you than Spherion. EEO Employer: Race, Religion, Color, National Origin, Citizenship, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Age, Disability, Ancestry, Veteran Status, Genetic Information, Service in the Uniformed Services or any other classification protected by law.

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