Developmental Disabilities Operations Dir 2 - Grade 65

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This title exists in People W Dev Disab, Off for and has approximately 8 positions.

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Salary Information for Developmental Disabilities Operations Dir 1
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
Developmental Disabilities Operations Dir 1 64 $123,793 $156,224
Developmental Disabilities Operations Dir 1 BITS 64 $123,793 $156,224
Developmental Disabilities Operations Dir 2 65 $137,457 $173,664

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Job Duties

As a Developmental Disabilities Operations Director 2, you would:

May perform the duties and responsibilities of Developmental Disabilities Operations Directors 1.

Function as a key manager in support of Executive staff and division, bureau, and DDSO Directors.

Provide technical assistance and advice to Central Office leadership and DDSOO/DDRO staff and/or community agencies regarding policy and standards interpretation and implementation.

Communicate with providers, DDSOO and DDRO staff, and OPWDD directors to facilitate community integrated service options for individuals and to resolve operational and policy/program issues impacting service provision to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.

Direct the agency's performance metrics policy direction and goals.

Direct and manage Bureau staff in data retrieval and analysis and the use of this information in strategic planning, budgeting, and service design.

Develop and implement legislatively mandated long-range planning.

Evaluate program goals and objectives as compared to outcomes.

Participate in the development and implementation of departmental policy, procedural guidelines, and standards.

Serve as the lead representative on committees and tasks forces charged with formulating new or revised policy and makes recommendations to executive staff on policy issues.

Research, analyze, edit, and format policies and regulations to develop integrated policies and procedures, including documentation and reimbursement requirements, which impact service provision to individuals with developmental disabilities.

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Summary of Minimum Qualifications

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