Status:  Full–Time/ Non-Exempt

 Opening Available for Quality Assurance Coordinator II

Salary: $21.79/hourly                      Pay Grade: 5

Essential Functions

  • Ensures fiduciary diligence in the implementation of the rules and regulations of the School Readiness (SR) and Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) Programs; understands and applies state regulations, and contractual and program requirements to monitoring activities, using the required monitoring tool
  • Determines fiscal year SR and VPK High Risk providers; prepares provider files with documentation of identified discrepancies, data from state agency databases/portals, ELC records and completes the provider pre monitoring package (PMPP)
  • Conducts SR and VPK provider desk monitoring for a variety of including but not limited to, reporting discrepancies and suspected violations
  • Receives and investigates referrals of potential fraud activities, applies facts and data to reports, provides conclusions to management for decision-making, and attends hearings as assigned
  • Maintains and updates SR and VPK data; verifies fiscal year provider contract is current and contact information is accurate; selects providers for monitoring, generates files, and notifies providers of site visits
  • Conducts annual SR Tier 1 and Tier 2 monitoring; identifies and reports potential and critical risks, offers technical assistance in low performing areas, and follows up per established policies, guidelines, and Tier 2 monitoring results; coordinates monitoring schedule to complete assigned and required on-site reviews by fiscal year deadline
  • Travels to provider sites; collects and reviews required documentation from provider, checks classrooms, performs physical count for attendance for comparison to sign in/out sheets, photographs defined compliance evidence, and uses the SR and VPK monitoring tools
  • Discusses identified discrepancies with providers and offers technical assistance as needed; ensures follow up process is communicated effectively and understood by provider
  • Finalizes site visit documentation and monitoring tool requirements, collects providers’ signatures, delivers plan of corrections, as appropriate
  • Monitors internal ELC programs and sub recipient programs for compliance with State of Florida statutes and Department of Early Learning (DEL) requirements
  • Reviews program files and referrals regarding suspected program violations and discrepancies
  • Coordinates the annual inventory reviews; completes physical inventory of equipment and furniture for all ELC office locations; reconciles inventory review to database records, enters corrections and changes as needed, and submits to appropriate ELC leader for verification and signature

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field; supplemented by four (4) years of quality assurance or auditing experience; or an equivalent combination of education, certification, training, and/or experience.

To apply: Download the Employment Application located on the ELC Careers home page and send your resume and completed application to:

 ELC of Southwest Florida is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.  Employees of the ELCSWFL and applicants for employment shall be afforded equal opportunity in all aspects of employment without regard to race, color, religion, political affiliation, national origin, disability, marital status, gender or age.

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