Professional Career Opportunities - Job Title Details
Standards Compliance Analyst 1 (Developmental Disabilities), G-18
Service Regulation and Compliance
Career Ladder Information
|Title||Grade||Hiring Rate/yr||Job Rate/yr|
|Standards Compliance Analyst D D Trainee 1||13||$46,529||$59,542|
|Standards Compliance Analyst D D Trainee 2||14||$49,202||$62,806|
|Standards Compliance Analyst 1 Developmental Disab||18||$61,270||$77,912|
|Standards Compliance Analyst 2 Developmental Disab||23||$79,325||$100,342|
|Standards Compliance Analyst 3 Developmental Disab||27||$97,826||$120,492|
|Standards Compliance Analyst 4 Developmental Disab||63||$105,500||$133,319|
All salary grades for trainees titles are non-statutory (NS) equated to the salary grade identified. These grade equations apply to the starting salaries in their respective salary schedule for the traineeship levels.
As a Standards Compliance Analyst 1 (Developmental Disabilities), you would engage in quality improvement, on site/field inspection, survey, and/or certification activities for developmental disabilities treatment, service, and care providers funded and regulated by the federal government and/or New York State.
Agencies with this Title
You must meet the requirements below to qualify for this title.
A bachelor's degree or higher in audiology, community mental health, education, gerontology, human development, human services, nursing, nutrition, occupational therapy, physical education, physical therapy, psychology, rehabilitation counseling, social work, sociology, speech communication, speech/language pathology, or therapeutic recreation AND two years of experience in the development, implementation, oversight, monitoring, and revision of individual program plans, or as a service provider in an organization where the primary focus is providing professional services to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Experience must have been in a program dedicated to serving individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
Examples of qualifying experience includes providing professional services to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities as a Medicaid service coordinator, habilitation coordinator, program planning coordinator, residential manager, registered nurse, occupational therapist, physical therapist, dietitian, speech-language pathologist, audiologist, and doctor of medicine or osteopathy. Examples of non-qualifying experience would be direct care experience (such as a direct support assistant or mental health therapy aide), developmental assistant, sleepover staff, shift supervisor of direct care staff, activities of daily living assistant, and fiscal auditor).
How to Apply
The November 2022 PCO Examination is closed, applications are no longer being accepted