New job Compliance Officer I in Massachusetts
Compliance Officer I
Company : EO of Labor & Work Dvlpmnt
Salary : $48,116 - $68,080 a year
Location : Massachusetts
The Compliance Officer I consults technical, professional, educational, and other training personnel to implement and coordinate pre-apprentice and apprentice training programs; discusses advantages of apprentice training programs with representatives of various management, labor, civic, veterans, and legislative groups; meets with Joint Apprenticeship Committees and non-union employers to establish apprentice training programs or discuss changes to apprentice straining program standards; explains details of apprentice training programs to apprentices and employers; monitors established apprentice training programs; supports investigations; maintains records, performs data entry, and prepares correspondence; and performs related work as required.
The incumbent in this position will travel throughout the Commonwealth and/or assigned region(s), industry(ies) or other compliance area categories at the direction of the Compliance Officer III performing the following duties:
- Discusses the advantages of formal apprentice training programs in the skilled trades and expansion industries with representatives of management and with labor in the public and private sectors, civic, veterans, schools and legislative groups to promote the establishment, expansion and use of apprentice training programs, in collaboration with other Division of Apprentice Standards staff.
- Explains and/or clarifies apprentice training rules, regulations, procedures, policies and responsibility to technical, professional, educational and other training personnel in businesses and labor organizations and provides information on apprentice training needs for specific industries.
- Explains details of apprentice training programs and the obligations of the participants to both sponsor and apprentices. Explains the record keeping requirements to employers and reviews completed documentation.
- Visits facilities at which apprentice training programs are in place or are proposed to be established to ensure compliance with regulations governing matters such as hours, types of work, training, wages, standards and attendance.
- Prepares reports, letters, and memoranda to obtain and/or disseminate information or to respond to inquiries regarding apprentice and pre-apprentice training programs.
- Obtains evidence and establishes facts by interviewing individuals and conducting on-site visits to determine the extent of non-compliance and prepare information for appropriate action.
- Performs related work such as reviewing professional literature, attending meetings, conferences and workshops, data entry, data review, and maintaining and updating records.
- Conducts administrative tasks, as necessary, to fully review and validate all form requests submitted to the Division of Apprenticeship Standards.
- Assists Compliance Unit with development of procedures and coordinates scheduling and implementation of monitoring and desk audit functions required by Unit.
SALARY PLACEMENT IS DETERMINED BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION DIRECTLY RELATED TO THE POSITION AND THE HUMAN RESOURCES DIVISION’S RECRUITING GUIDELINES. IN THE CASE OF A PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY, THE SALARY PROVISIONS OF THE APPLICABLE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT WILL BE UTILIZED FOR PLACEMENT WITHIN THE SALARY RANGE.
- Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.