Title: LICENSING PROGRAM ANALYST Salary: $2,738.00 - $5,110.00 Posted: 01/31/2013
Under the direction of a Licensing Program Manager (LPM) in the Community Care Licensing Division, Adult and Senior Care Program, the Licensing Program Analyst -Complaint Specialist (LPA-CSp) will work in a team environment in assessing and investigating the most serious complaints involving community care facilities in a specified program area. The LPA-CSp will conduct investigations in licensed and unlicensed facilities involving serious allegations including sexual abuse, physical abuse resulting in great bodily injury, suspicious deaths and other very serious allegations.
Duties include but are not limited to identifying witnesses, conducting interviews with witnesses, coordination with LPM I and Regional Manager in recommending and developing administrative actions to revoke or suspend facility licenses, working with the Investigations Branch, legal staff of the Department, local district attorneys and the Attorney General's Office, serving subpoenas, Temporary Restraining Orders, Temporary Suspension Orders, and testifying at hearings and in court as necessary. The LPA must be flexible, able to multi-task, and have the ability to prioritize work assignments according to importance.
The position will require frequent travel and is subject to fingerprinting and criminal record clearance through Department Of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation. Candidates must have a minimum of one year experience as an LPA in Range D to apply, and must have prior experience in assessing and investigating serious complaints in the program area of interest, including interviewing witnesses, developing administrative actions, etc. Only the most qualified applicants will be interviewed. Caseload is responsible for San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties.
Subject to SROA/Surplus policies and the California Department of Social Services Departmental Restriction Of Appointment process.
Licensing Program Analyst
800 - 827 - 8223 - 024
Final Filing Date:
East Bay Delta Adult & Sr Care Office 1515 Clay St, Ste 310 MS 29-21 Oakland, 94612
Karen Hodgkins (510) 286-4201
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