SourceAmerica Regulatory Reviews Specialist in Arlington, Texas
This position will assist SourceAmerica in accomplishing its mission by bringing a systemic, disciplined approach to measuring and continuously improving the regulatory practices related to SourceAmerica’s responsibilities as a Central Nonprofit Agency (CNA). This position supports the Director, Regulatory Reviews, and manages a variety of essential services to ensure long-term effectiveness, sustainability, and relevancy regarding Regulatory Reviews, Nonprofit Agency (NPA) oversight and monitoring, NPA technical assistance, and NPA capacity building related to regulatory initiatives and topics.
As a member of the Regulatory Review team, the incumbent will be responsible for completing regulatory reviews with NPAs, ensuring SourceAmerica’s standard operating practices for conducting regulatory reviews are followed, and that regulatory reviews are successfully monitored/reported to the U.S. AbilityOne Commission. Through scheduled regulatory reviews the incumbent will identify NPA regulatory deficiencies, and make recommendations to the Commission for corrective action.
- Complete daily operations for regulatory reviews.
- Provide regulatory insight (raising potential issues/concerned) on business matters to Director, Regulatory Reviews.
- Serve as an interdepartmental resource /expertise on projects as required.
- Other duties as assigned.
Process, Oversight, & Reporting
- Prepare appropriate reports of observations and recommended corrective actions to SourceAmerica management and the U.S. AbilityOne Commission.
- Primary function is to conduct regulatory reviews.
- Work individually or on a team to conduct regulatory reviews utilizing a broad range of techniques, such as documentation reviews, labor category calculations, site observations, and policy/procedure reviews, to perform NPA reviews to identify AbilityOne Program deficiencies.
- Document reviews, describing identified deficiencies in detail, cites the detailed provision of AbilityOne standards allegedly violatedor other Federal regulatory requirements. Propose corrective measures and recommends formal corrective action for the U.S. AbilityOne Commission’s review and consideration.
Readiness Team Visits
- Conduct readiness team visits when requested by the field office director.
- Document the readiness visit, describing identified deficiencies in detail; cite detailed AbilityOne standards or other Federal regulatory requirements. Propose corrective measuresand recommend formal corrective action.
AbilityOne Nonprofit Agency Qualifications
- Participate in and support the Annual Certification review process.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
- Significant travel required (up to 75%)
- Demonstrated knowledge, understanding or application of audit principles, concepts, and practices related to statutory requirements
- The ability to complete regulatory reports and provide written correspondence to internal and external stakeholders including government and/or regulatory bodies
- Extensive knowledge of the Federal acquisition process, research and development, regulatory and quality systems is required
- Ability to utilize high level of interpersonal, negotiation, and organizational skills
- Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Must have the ability to handle confidential data
- Must be a critical thinker, detailed oriented with strong problem solving skills, able to oversee multiple tasks for several projects or base business deliverables, and effectively balance priorities
- Strong personal computer skills especially database, spreadsheet and word processing applications
- Previous experience in regulated industry is required
- Knowledge of the following regulatory requirements is strongly preferred: Code of Federal Regulations, AbilityOne Program, FLSA, FMLA, OSHA, SCA CDC Safety Precautions, Drug-free Workplace Act, and Contractor Code of Business Ethics & Conduct
- Experience or training in Process Excellence/Six Sigma tools and methodologies preferred
- Experience conducting and/or supporting external audits (such as DOL, OSHA, or customer audits)
- Previous experience in Federal government contracting preferred
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:
- 8+ years with BS/BA; 6+ years with MS/MA
- 1½ years’ experience = 1 year college
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
Posted: September 22, 2016