New job Program Planner 3 in Iowa
Program Planner 3
Company : State of Iowa Talent Gateway
Salary : $54,746 - $83,325 a year
Location : Iowa
The Alcoholic Beverages Division of Commerce is recruiting to fill a vacant position as a Program Planner 3 to assist the Administrator and Bureau of Regulatory Compliance with Education and Outreach initiatives involving the work that the Regulatory Compliance Program completes.
Specifically, this position will develop education and outreach initiatives that target other alcohol and tobacco related enforcement and regulatory agencies. Initiatives involving governance of the Alcohol and Tobacco industries.
Additionally, this person works with other members of the Division's senior leadership team to bring forward educational programs for consideration and implementation for external enforcement and regulatory agencies. Those programs will consist of various projects which will provide comprehensive educational programs to these groups and will play a leadership role for the delivery of educational and outreach initiatives and associated services across the State of Iowa.
Finally, in implementing those initiatives the person will be required to be the project manager by directing employees, outside human resources and the financial resources to accomplish these initiatives.
The person will be the lead in the communication of these initiatives across the State of Iowa.
- This person will participate in planning, organizing, and managing special Bureau of Regulatory Compliance projects.
- The person collaborates with agency management on education and outreach goals.
- The person attends management planning/policy-making meetings and provides input.
- The person will draft internal Bureau of Regulatory Compliance procedures for improving coordination between staff, keep employees informed of management goals/objectives and ensure that new or revised procedures are implemented.
- The person will work to maintain/improve relationships with other agency components, community groups, external stakeholders and other state, local or federal agencies.
- The person recommends Bureau of Regulatory Compliance policies and procedures for carrying out current programs and future program planner events and programs.
- The person will conduct required studies of the physical, social and/or economic factors which must be considered in a project or operating plan to be used within and outside of the ABD for training and educational purposes.
- The person will be required to learn and stay current on agency programs, policies and operating procedures to be applied to developing programs in the areas of alcohol and tobacco regulation/ enforcement.
- The person will serve on educational committees and attend professional conferences and meetings addressing specific problems and issues related to alcohol and tobacco regulatory issues.
- This requires working with other states to determine best practices and apply for grants for educational and outreach programs and projects.
- The person will apply specific knowledge of agency programs to standardized practices and procedures utilized in the planning profession.
- Additionally, the person will provide advanced planning assistance to state and local alcohol and tobacco regulatory/enforcement agencies in developing area program plans.
- The person guides groups in the preparation of program funding applications.
- The person builds partnerships and utilizes community resources and programs to advance the knowledge of the staff and general public on current trends and issues in the marketplace.
- The person will be responsible for learning to recognize prominent trends and patterns in the program areas assigned.
- The person prepares technical reports and public informational materials for other professional planners/organizations, local and state government officials and the public.
- The person writes and edits special and periodic agency reports, articles and news releases for publications, reports, periodicals or the press by researching and organizing information to interpret, explain, document, or promote agency activities.
- The person researches, plans, drafts, edits and disseminates informational material to employees, state agencies and the general public.
- The person develops public information projects from general instructions to increase employee/public interest and understanding.
- The person applies specific knowledge of agency programs to standardized practices and procedures utilized in the planning profession.
- The person carries out the basic aspects of review and evaluation of project proposals submitted by agencies requesting technical or financial assistance under established programs.
- The person evaluates, organizes and formulates program information and statistical data into factual reports.
- The person prepares reports and compiles records, statistics, and other educational data as needed or requested by the Administrator or the Bureau Chief of Regulatory Compliance.
- The person will provide essential leadership in Bureau of Regulatory Compliance education and outreach as developments arise due to situations within the marketplace that come to the attention of the Division.
- This will be done by researching and recommending a course of action within a very specific period of time.
- The person will need to demonstrate a history of planning, implementing and leading successful education and outreach programs.
Applicants must meet at least one of the following minimum requirements to qualify for positions in this job classification:
1) Seven years of full-time work experience in the administration or operation/execution (i.e., providing consultation and/or technical assistance to stakeholders, research and analysis, or enforcement of program guidelines/policies/procedures) of a program (i.e., the provision of a service or an administrative oversight/enforcement responsibility).
2) All of the following (a, b, and c):
a. One year of full-time work experience in the administration or operation/execution (i.e., providing consultation and/or technical assistance to stakeholders, research and analysis, or enforcement of program guidelines/policies/procedures) of a program (i.e., the provision of a service or an administrative oversight/enforcement responsibility); and
b. A total of four years of education and full-time experience (as described in part a), where thirty semester hours of accredited college or university course work in any field equals one year of full-time experience; and
c. A total of two years of graduate-level education and full-time experience (as described in part a), where twenty-four semester hours of accredited graduate college or university course work in any field equals one year of full-time experience.
3) Graduation from an accredited school of law.
4) Current, continuous experience in the state executive branch that includes nine months of full-time work as a Program Planner 2 or twenty-seven months of full-time work as a Program Planner 1.