Job Responsibilities
Manages the Certification Section for the Long Term Care (LTC) Licensure and Certification Division through subordinate staff.
Oversees the entry and upload of Medicare and/or Medicaid surveys to the national database to meet CMS’ timeframes and accuracy requirements for annuals, complaints, initial Medicaid surveys and revisit surveys.
Serves as working supervisor.
Reviews and processes LSC adverse action packages to meet CMS’ timeframes.
Oversees the Certified Nurses Aide Training and Competency Program (NATCEP), evaluating documentation and enforcement remedies to make determinations on LSC facilities’ NATCEP status.
Receives and processes initial and change of ownership applications.
Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.
Minimum Requirements
Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of four years college.
Requires prior experience equivalent to three years administrative experience in public or private health care program, preferably long-term care facilities.
Preferred Qualifications
Three years experience with Long-Term Care (LTC) Licensure and Certification Program.
One year experience with Medicare and/or Medicaid surveys.
One year experience serving as a supervisor.
Ability to utilize a personal computer with working knowledge of Microsoft Office Products.
Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing.
Work Hours:  Monday – Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm
Work Location: 525 W Jefferson St Springfield, IL 62702-5056

Job Family:  Administration/Management


This position DOES NOT contain “Specialized Skills” (as that term is used in CBAs).


Revolving Door:

Certain provisions of the revolving door restrictions contained in 5 ILCS 430/5-45 apply to this
position.  As a result, the employee should be aware that if offered non-State employment during
State employment or within one year immediately after ending State employment, the employee shall,
prior to accepting any such non-State employment offer, notify the Office of the Executive
Inspector General for the Agencies of the Illinois Governor (“OEIG”) or may be subject to a fine.


About Illinois Department of Public Health

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is tasked with the oversight of communities within Illinois to achieve and maintain optimal health and safety. With an annual budget of over $600 million in state and federal funds, 7 regional offices, 3 laboratories and over 1,100 employees, IDPH is equipped to fulfill its mission of protecting the health and wellness of the people of Illinois through the prevention, health promotion, regulation and control of disease and injury.