The Virginia Community College System (VCCS) is comprised of 23 community colleges located on 40 campuses throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Our colleges provide programs and courses of instruction through the associate-degree level, encompassing occupational-technical education, college transfer education, general education, developmental education, continuing education and workforce development. We provide access to quality higher educational opportunities and workforce training throughout the Commonwealth for over 225,000 credit students and nearly 175,000 non-credit students. Our mission is to give everyone the opportunity to learn and develop the right skills so lives and communities are strengthened. As such, the VCCS aims to become a model institution for diversity and invites multicultural professionals from all backgrounds to contribute to its aspiration for building an inclusive community where everyone is given equal opportunity to reach their full potential. If you are looking for a new challenge and like a high-energy environment making a difference in people's lives, then you'll love working with Virginia's Community Colleges.
About the Position:
The Workforce Fiscal Compliance Monitor is a key member of the VCCS' Workforce Development Services Division responsible for ensuring compliance relative to the fiscal administration of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity (WIOA) Title I funded programs and other federally funded grant opportunities administered locally through 15 local workforce development boards and 23 community colleges. The person in this position will be responsible for conducting and following up on targeted monitoring reviews, with a focus on fiscal monitoring, to ensure effective and compliant fiscal practices allowing local workforce development areas to provide quality workforce services. Also, the Workforce Fiscal Compliance Monitor will work with state and local staff to identify areas in need of improvement, additional training, and guidance related to fiscal compliance.
Required Education and Experience:
A Bachelor's degree or combination of relevant education and experience that provide the required level of knowledge, skills and ability to successfully perform the functions of the job requirements.
Experience and knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), financial management, federal and state procurement standards, and cost allocation planning.
Experience monitoring, auditing, or evaluating programs.
Considerable experience with federal grants administration and/or compliance.
Experience in analyzing and interpreting federal and state regulations and policies or grant requirements.
Comprehensive knowledge of workforce program administration and diverse customer and community workforce needs.