CHIEF OF INSPECTIONS AND EVALUATIONS

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Salary: $88,344.00 Annually

Kind of Work

Highly responsible, supervisory work developing and implementing evaluations; reviewing project plans and draft work projects. The Chief of Inspections and Evaluations provides day-to-day supervision and technical advice to evaluators and other staff assigned to Division projects. The Chief of Inspections and Evaluations analyzes all results, reports and reviews for recommendations to the Inspector General. The Chief of Inspections and Evaluations assists the Inspector General in developing long and short-term goals and objectives for the Inspections and Evaluations Division; and related work as required.

Minimum Qualifications

(Original Entrance)

1.    Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in a field requiring quantitative and/or qualitative research including science, social science, economics, public administration, information technology, or other research-oriented discipline.*

2.    EITHER: An active license as an attorney in the state of Louisiana OR: any two (2) of the following: active Certificate of Evaluation Practice (CEP), a Certified Inspector General Evaluator (CIGE) sponsored by the Association of Inspectors General, or a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification sponsored by the Project Management Institute.

3.    A valid driver’s license.*  Applicants must have an excellent driving record.

4.    Eight (8) years of professional experience conducting research and/or evaluations including quantitative and/or qualitative data collection and analysis; producing written reports that include conclusions drawn from the analyses and/or evidence compiled; and using technology such as Word, Excel, and/or Access to organize, analyze, and present data and evidence.

(Promotional)

1.    EITHER: A Juris Doctor OR: Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in science, social science, economics, public administration, information technology, or another research-oriented discipline.*

2.    EITHER: An active license as an attorney in the state of Louisiana OR: any two (2) of the following: active Certificate of Evaluation Practice (CEP), a Certified Inspector General Evaluator (CIGE) sponsored by the Association of Inspectors General, or a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification sponsored by the Project Management Institute.

3.    A valid driver’s license.* Applicants must have an excellent driving record.

4.    Permanent status as an Inspector and Evaluator IV (Inspector General) AND two years of experience in that classification.

* Prior to appointment, the hiring agency is required to verify education, certifications and licenses claimed by the applicant to qualify for this classification.  If selected for hire, applicants must provide original documents of their qualifying credentials to the hiring agency prior to their start date in this job classification..

Note: This position requires a one-year probationary period.

Kind of Examination

a) A rating of training and experience, weighted 100%.  All related previous experience will be considered for qualification purposes; however, credit on the rating of training and experience will only be given for experience gained within the last ten (10) years.

b) A urinalysis test to detect illegal drug usage.

A background investigation will be conducted.

This is an original entrance and promotional examination.

Applicants must be United States Citizens.

 

General Information

THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, GENDER, AGE, PHYSICAL OR MENTAL DISABILITY, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, CREED, CULTURE, OR ANCESTRY.  REQUESTS FOR ALTERNATE FORMAT OR ACCOMMODATIONS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO SHELLY STOLP AT (504) 658-3516 OR TTY/VOICE AT (504) 586-4475 or (504) 658-4020.

DOMICILE REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT: Domicile requirements are currently waived for the purpose of application. However, all new full-time employees hired into this classification on or after January 1, 2013 must be domiciled in Orleans Parish within 180 days of hire. Airport and public safety employees are excluded from this provision.

BACKGROUND CHECK: The hiring department will conduct interviews of qualified individuals prior to requesting a criminal background check, and no job application submitted prior to such interview shall inquire into an applicant’s criminal history. If this position is subject to a background check for any convictions related to its responsibilities and requirements, employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation including criminal history. Criminal history will not automatically disqualify a candidate.

APPLICATIONS: Applications will not be accepted if received after the closing date or after the stated maximum number of applications has been received, as specified on this announcement.  All minimum qualification requirements for examinations must be met by the final filing date unless otherwise specified on this announcement.  PAPER APPLICATIONS must be submitted on the official application form AND MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CITY CIVIL SERVICE, 1340 POYDRAS STREET, SUITE 900, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, BEFORE THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE FINAL FILING DATE.

DELAY IN THE MAIL:  The Department of City Civil Service cannot be responsible for failure of the applicant to receive an admission slip to an examination or for failure of the Department to receive material mailed by the applicant.  Applicants should notify the Department of City Civil Service in writing of any address changes

The minimum age limit is 18 years for any class of work requiring hard physical labor, operation of or proximity to hazardous machinery, exposure to hazardous chemicals, or participation in any other processes or procedures which are prohibited or limited by the Louisiana State Child Labor Law.

WORKING TEST PERIOD: The working test (probation) period for most positions in the classified service is six months unless otherwise specified.  Any working test period may be extended to a maximum of one year at the request of the appointing authority.  Positions in the Inspector General’s Office, Fire Department, Mosquito Control and Police Department as well as all positions in the classes of Institutional Counselor II & III (original entrance), Librarian I-IV, Management Development Analyst I & II, and Management Development Specialist I & II (original entrance), require a one year working test period.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TESTING: The City of New Orleans has a comprehensive program of substance abuse testing.  Candidates for employment for certain positions where the health, welfare and/or safety of the public, co-workers and the individual employee is at risk will have to undergo pre-employment substance abuse screening. Candidates for all other original entrance positions will have to undergo an unannounced substance abuse screening during their working test period.  For further information, see Civil Service Rule V, Section 9.

A MEDICAL EXAMINATION is required for all original entrance probationary appointments to ACTIVE classifications, and may be required for re-employment, promotions and/or transfers.
A MEDICAL SCREENING, which may result in a medical examination, is required for all original entrance probationary appointments to non-active classifications.

GOOD MORAL CHARACTER is required of all applicants.  Any applicant may be disqualified if his/her character or past employment record is found to be unsatisfactory as determined by the Department of City Civil Service.  Forgery, misrepresentation of facts, or cheating on examinations is punishable by disqualification, fine and other penalties.

IMPORTANT:  Applicants who are licensed to drive should have a current license on their person for purposes of identification during all phases of an examination.  In lieu of such license, the Department of City Civil Service may require that applicants have some form of picture identification.

VETERANS PREFERENCE:  On original entrance examinations, veterans (as defined in Article X, Section 10(2) of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana), disabled veterans, certain spouses and parents of veterans shall receive additional credit if claimed as provided on the Veterans Preference claim form which can be obtained in this office.  To obtain credit, this form must be submitted with the required proof (at the minimum, a DD214) before the final filing date.

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA AND GENERAL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA (GED) must be issued by a state Department of Education or an institution recognized by a state Department of Education.  Certificates of completion, high school diplomas and GED from institutions not recognized by a state Department of Education, and high school diplomas from foreign countries are not acceptable.

ACCREDITED COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: An accredited college or university is an institution that is accredited as a college or university by an organization that is recognized by the USDE (United States Department of Education). College diplomas from foreign countries will be accepted if the applicant submits a statement of educational equivalency from one of the evaluation services accepted by the Department of Civil Service. A list of the accepted evaluation services can be found on the National Association of Credential Evacuation Services (NACES) website (www.naces.org).

EXPERIENCE:
Applicants will not receive credit for unpaid work unless specified on the job announcement.
Partial credit only will be given for related part time employment.
Civil Service reserves the right to determine which degrees, education, or other credentials are related or closely related.
Experience credit will be granted for related provisional appointments (internal applicants).
PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:  The Civil Service Department defines this experience as experience gained in a position that required a Bachelor’s Degree upon entrance.

OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT OR PROMOTION:
Prior to appointment, the hiring agency is required to verify education, driver’s license, and/or professional licenses/certifications claimed by the applicant to qualify for this classification. If selected for hire, applicants must provide original documents of their qualifying credentials to the hiring agency prior to their start date in this job classification.
Offers of employment or promotion are required to be withdrawn for applicants who are found to have misrepresented their credentials during the application process.

To apply for this job email your details to wbonney@nolaoig.gov