Human Services Program Coordinator-Office of the Inspector General
State of Wisconsin - Wisconsin

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Under the supervision of the OIG Executive Staff Assistant-Supervisor, this position represents the Office of the Inspector General by coordinating responses to complaints that come to OIG from the fraud hotline or from the portal for reporting public assistance fraud or abuse of a DHS program. The Complaint Coordinator researches each complaint to determine if further investigation is warranted and if referral to management is necessary. This position gathers data and prepares routine and ad hoc management reports on fraud/abuse complaints received through the portal or hotline, and works closely with management to ensure that all complaints are adjudicated in an appropriate and timely manner.

Special Notes :
Due to the nature of the position, all applicants who may be appointed to this position may be required to allow the Department of Health Services to conduct a background check to determine whether the circumstances of any conviction may be related to the job being filled.

Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities :
The ideal candidate for this position should possess:
  • Ability to respond to complaints and inquiries, both orally and in writing, in a tactful and professional manner.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to utilize appropriate and sensitive discretion in dealing with confidential communications and situations.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to work independently, setting own priorities to meet the demands of the position, and establish and meet work deadlines.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment in prioritizing requests for Inspector General, Deputy Inspector General and Section Chiefs.
  • Strong ability to work effectively under tight time constraints.
  • Ability to make independent judgments on action to be taken based on contents of information/documentation reviewed.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Access, Outlook, and Excel; also desired is knowledge of public assistance databases and systems such as Business Objects, CARES, SURS Case Tracker, interchange, PRISM, and Project Workbook.
  • Strong knowledge of databases and ability to use multiple databases to research issues.
  • Ability to format and organize data and information from various sources in a meaningful manner.
The starting salary will be between $17.072 and $24.240 per hour, depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefits. The pay schedule/range is 07-04. A 6-month probationary period is required. This position is not represented by a bargaining unit.

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