MN Department of Human Services
St. Paul, MN
$56,355 - $83,604 annually
This position was previously announced from September 9, 2016 – September 16, 2016.
If you have already applied for this job, you do not need to reapply.
GREAT BENEFITS PACKAGE! The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year.
This position is responsible for the production and analysis of data and reports using child care provider and public recipient data bases, health care provider/recipient data, as well as external evidence to support financial fraud and abuse investigations involving public benefit programs. The role is also that of a knowledge and technical expert on the data bases, and data and evidence coming from multiple internal and external sources. The incumbent will be responsible for responding to data requests from internal as well as external customers. The incumbent must independently explore the databases to develop, test, and document billing practices of child care providers, as well as eligibility data and benefit use by recipients of various public benefit programs.
The incumbent will produce reports to be used by DHS investigators to aid in their investigations and daily duties. Incumbent will also be asked to provide various analytic reports, to aid management in strategic planning, identifying program integrity issues in various DHS programs, to assess future needs, and identify program areas that may be at risk for program integrity issues. The incumbent will provide design expertise and support in developing data analysis and reporting structures that meet federal reporting requirements, capture trends, billing and service utilization patterns for child care providers and public recipients. The incumbent may be needed to testify in legal proceedings (both civil and criminal) where their analyses and reporting was used to aid in the identification of providers or recipients who violated either program policy, or state or federal law.
• Analyze and link multiple sources of data, and data sets for the child care provider and public recipient investigations.
• Develop, design, and produce analytic models, as well as data reports to assist investigators.
• Assist DHS management by developing reports to identify program integrity issues throughout various benefit programs.