Professional Career Opportunities - Job Title Details

Resources & Reimbursement Program Development Specialist 1, G-18

Occupation Group

Health and Human Services

General Information

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Job Description

Resources and Reimbursement Program Development Specialists work in the development and maintenance of statewide revenue and reimbursement programs at certain state agencies.  Employees research and analyze new and existing laws, regulations, and policies; assist in developing written products relating to the effects of proposed or current programs; and monitor existing programs to improve fiscal resources to insure compliance.  These positions are located in the Office of Mental Health and the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities.

Minimum Qualifications

You must meet the requirements below to qualify for this title.

A bachelor's or higher degree; AND two years of professional experience in the research, development, or implementation of regulations and/or policies relating to funding programs for health care, mental health, or developmental disabilities services."

Appointment Information

Appointment Information

Candidates may also be appointed to a traineeship to this job title from the PCO eligible list. See the Generalist Job Titles description for more information.

To Apply

You must have or expect to receive a bachelor's or higher degree by September 1, 2020.

The 2019 PCO will be open for application from January 18, 2019. To apply for the examination for this PCO Select Job Title you must apply for the PCO examination by February 20, 2019, fill out and submit the PCO Questionnaire by April 5, 2019, and take the PCO written test in April of 2019. The application for and information about the PCO examination is at: