New Job Field Compliance Unit Supervisor In Wisconsin

Field Compliance Unit Supervisor
Field Compliance Unit Supervisor

Field Compliance Unit Supervisor

Company : State of Wisconsin
Salary : $36.00 - $40.15 an hour
Location : Wisconsin

Full Description


The Department of Health Services strives to protect and promote the health and safety of all people of Wisconsin through the efforts of a dedicated and diverse workforce. DHS works to ensure access to individuals, families, and communities to achieve positive health outcomes in the areas of abuse prevention, mental health, public health, family care, long-term care, and much more.

The Division of Public Health (DPH) is recruiting for a Health Services Supervisor position to serve as the Field Compliance Unit Supervisor, in the Bureau of Environmental and Occupational Health (BEOH). This position may require travel and up to 2 days conducting field work. The employee has the opportunity to work remotely for 3 days a week as well but may also have the option to work at one of the regional offices located in WI. This position will primarily work Monday-Friday with daytime hours.

DHS is one of the largest and most diverse state agencies in Wisconsin, with an annual budget of roughly $11.5 billion and more than 6,100 employees. DHS oversees Medicaid, the single largest program in the state budget along with other health and social service programs.

Our diversity, equity and inclusion team strives to hire, develop and retain a talented workforce representative of the people of Wisconsin we serve. We are searching for people with diverse backgrounds to join our dynamic and team-oriented environment. We promote professional growth and create a healthy work/life balance and inclusive culture. As an employee of the state of Wisconsin, you'll also have access to an amazing benefits package, including paid time off, low-cost insurance options, and participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System, which is considered among the best in the country! The State of Wisconsin is also a qualifying employer for the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

Position Summary

The Field Compliance Unit Supervisor supervises and administers the Department's programs within the Lead and Asbestos Field Compliance Unit, specifically the programmatic functions relating to project notifications, compliance monitoring and enforcement of regulated activities related to hazard investigation, abatement and renovation as authorized under Wisconsin statute and administrative code and by federal authorizations and grants.

Responsibilities include directing the development, implementation and management of the unit’s work plans, policies and procedures, budgets, and evaluations for all programs; and for coordinating these programs with multiple federal, state and local agencies. This position is responsible for the design, implementation, ongoing evaluation and management of compliance monitoring and enforcement functions of the program database. The position is responsible for management of compliance and enforcement records in accordance with applicable record dispensation authorization policies. This position is jointly responsible for cooperative agreements with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the support, administration and enhancement of Certification Unit and Field Compliance Unit work on lead-based paint activities. Additional responsibilities include monitoring grants, revenues and budgets to ensure the appropriate use of funds to support program mandates and work plans.

Salary Information

The starting salary is between $36.00-$40.15 per hour (approximately $74,880-$83,512 annually), depending on education and experience, plus excellent benefits. An add-on of up to $1.00 per hour may be paid for bilingual skills in Spanish. The pay schedule and range is 81/03. A 12 month probationary period is required. Pay will be based on the compensation plan in effect at time of appointment.

Job Details

All applicants who may be appointed to this position will be required to allow DHS to conduct a background check to determine whether the circumstances of any conviction may be related to the job being filled.

All state employees are required to report their COVID vaccination status, whether vaccinated or not, and must provide supporting documentation if vaccinated. Newly hired employees will be required to submit this information within their first two weeks of employment. At this time, those who are unvaccinated are subject to weekly COVID-19 testing protocols.

For positions that do allow remote working flexibility, although residency in the State of WI is not required for permanent positions, it is not anticipated that working outside of WI or bordering cities will be allowed as positions may at times need to report to office locations in WI on short notice.


Minimally qualified applicants will have all of the following:

  • Experience leading a team, project, or workgroup performing duties such as establishing performance goals, workload management, assigning work, etc.
  • Experience developing or implementing new program policies and procedures.
  • Experience mentoring or coaching others, such as training for a new role, improving performance in existing role, etc.

Well-qualified applicants will also have one or more of the following:

  • Experience with grants, including setting grant goals, writing and managing grants, developing and managing program budgets, and preparing reports.
  • Experience in project or program management for public health or other state programs.
  • Experience interpreting and applying policies and administrative rules, such as State or Federal lead and asbestos regulations.
  • Wisconsin certification in one or more Lead and Asbestos disciplines.
  • Fluency in Spanish.*
  • Note: If applicable, the selected candidate will be required to complete a language assessment in order to receive the add-on pay described above.

For tips on developing your resume and letter of qualifications and what should be included in these materials, click here. Please note, the letter of qualifications is limited to 2 pages.

How To Apply

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You will be required to attach your current resume and letter of qualifications in a Word or PDF compatible format. Submitted materials will be evaluated by a panel of job experts and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process.

Failure to submit all required materials will result in an incomplete application and ineligibility for this position. Application materials will not be accepted if received in an incompatible format, an email, as a hard copy or a fax.

Current or former permanent, classified, state employees must complete the online application process to be considered. Pay for current or former employees is set based on the rules that apply to compensation for the applicable transaction.

Questions can be directed to Jacqueline Strook at [email protected]

DHS is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce. Veterans are encouraged to apply. For complete information on veterans’ hiring programs that may benefit you, please visit the Employment Assistance page on the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs’ website.

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Deadline to Apply

The deadline to apply is Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at 11:59 pm.