31 Jan
Contract Field Specialist (Seattle, WA)
Washington, Seattle-tacoma , 98101 Seattle-tacoma USA

Req ID: RQ167028Type of Requisition: RegularClearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: NonePublic Trust/Other Required: NACI (T1)Job Family: Program ManagementSkills:Analytical Thinking,Communication,WelfareExperience:3 + years of related experienceJob Description:The Contract Field Specialist (CFS) provides operational and oversight support to regional and national field teams responsible for monitoring the implementation of a government program with respect to the care and placement of participants in a network of grant funded care provider programs. This position is based is in Seattle, WA.Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Provide operational support to local federal field staff, including tracking of cases, compiling various reports, entering updates into agency system, and coordinating with various government agencies as requested.

Provide oversight support to federal field staff, through conducting onsite assessments of care providers based on different triggers identified by regional federal supervisor, including:

Case flow and how they affect length of care

Issues identified by federal staff

Findings of monitoring visits

As part of follow-up activities to stop placements and corrective actions

Following the assessments, provide summary analysis and recommendations to applicable parties, and immediately report urgent issues, especially those related to the safety and welfare of program participants.

Provide in-person technical assistance and interview support to the monitoring team.

As requested, provide remote or on-site best practice recommendations and technical assistance to federal staff and care providers based on observed trends and an established understanding of policies and procedures.

As requested, travel and support various influx facilities.

Monitor database data entries by program staff to supplement assessment analysis and to ensure quality and timeliness of data entry.

Serve as liaison between care providers and consulates by processing all requests to and from consulates pertaining to specific care providers.

Assist individual case workers with accessing files from various care providers regarding specific cases.

Additional duties and special projects as assigned.

Flexible work schedule is required; potential weekend coverage. Travel to facilities required and will be reimbursed as per Federal travel regulations. This position requires a Public Trust clearance, or the ability to obtain one.EducationBachelor of Arts in Social Work or related disciplineGraduate degree and training in child welfare best practices preferredQualificationsAt least 3 years of relevant experience.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Bilingual fluency in Spanish and experience working with underserved populations.The likely salary range for this position is $52,000 - $78,000. This is not, however, a guarantee of compensation or salary. Rather, salary will be set based on experience, geographic location and possibly contractual requirements and could fall outside of this range.Our benefits package for all US-based employees includes a variety of medical plan options, some with Health Savings Accounts, dental plan options, a vision plan, and a 401(k) plan offering the ability to contribute both pre and post-tax dollars up to the IRS annual limits and receive a company match.To encourage work/life balance, GDIT offers employees full flex work weeks where possible and a variety of paid time off plans, including vacation, sick and personal time, holidays, paid parental, military, bereavement and jury duty leave. GDIT typically provides new employees with 15 days of paid leave per calendar year to be used for vacations, personal business, and illness and an additional 10 paid holidays per year. Paid leave and paid holidays are prorated based on the employee’s date of hire. The GDIT Paid Family Leave program provides a total of up to 160 hours of paid leave in a rolling 12 month period for eligible employees.To ensure our employees are able to protect their income, other offerings such as short and long-term disability benefits, life, accidental death and dismemberment, personal accident, critical illness and business travel and accident insurance are provided or available.We regularly review our Total Rewards package to ensure our offerings are competitive and reflect what our employees have told us they value most.We are GDIT. A global technology and professional services company that delivers consulting, technology and mission services to every major agency across the U.S. government, defense and intelligence community. Our 30,000 experts extract the power of technology to create immediate value and deliver solutions at the edge of innovation. We operate across 30 countries worldwide, offering leading capabilities in digital modernization, AI/ML, Cloud, Cyber and application development. Together with our clients, we strive to create a safer, smarter world by harnessing the power of deep expertise and advanced technology.We connect people with the most impactful client missions, creating an unparalleled work experience that allows them to see their impact every day. We create opportunities for our people to lead and learn simultaneously. From securing our nation’s most sensitive systems, to enabling digital transformation and cloud adoption, our people are the ones who make change real.GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status, or any other protected class.


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