The Compliance Monitor will be responsible for monitoring all regulatory compliance requirements of each project including Davis/Bacon Act wage rates and Section 3 employment opportunity requirements. In addition, the Compliance Monitor will ensure that all documentation is maintained in project files and that all required reports are prepared in a timely manner. Must have experience performing compliance monitoring services similar to the ones described in this description.
Critical Tasks & Responsibilities
- Perform site visits, as necessary, when any construction progress situation arises and the PRPHA or its authorized representative requires it, under any of the subrecipients match-eligible projects.
- Perform site visits, as necessary, when any construction progress situation arises and the PRPHA or its authorized representative requires it,
- Documenting and following up on important actions and decisions from meetings. • Undertaking project tasks as required,
- Developing monitoring project strategies,
- Assist and provide assistance to the general contractor and subcontractors.
- Conduct routine labor standard compliance review.
- Payroll Inspection
- Submitted certified payrolls should be examined upon receipt and initiated after review.
- Employee interviews
- Conducting on-site project employee interviews using Record of Employee interview (Form Hud-11)
- A representative sample of the workers in all the trades should be interview
- Comparing the interview information to the corresponding payrolls
- The compliance Monitor must make sure that the wage determination and the poster Wage and Hour Division (WH-1321) are posted by the General Contractor at the site work in an accessible place for the workers
- Payroll Inspection
- Perform investigation of complaints
- Notify the General Contractor
- Any violations that are found in writing
- The notice will give instructions to correct any problem
- Findings on underpayment
- Review evidence of the restitution of the underpayment
- Maintain all administrative and enforcement documentation
Required Competencies and Qualifications (technical, academic, experience, values, behaviors):
- Academic – bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture, Human Resources or similar
- Experience – at least two (2) years of experience in construction related activities as a compliance monitor
- Fully bi-lingual English / Spanish (both written & verbal);
- Technical Skills – highly proficient in MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Project and other PM software; understanding of construction drawings and specifications; technical writing skills;
- General Management – leadership, sound judgement, team player, follow communication protocols, excellent communication skills, multi-tasking (work on multiple projects simultaneously);
- Personal Attitude – highly motivated; good organizational skills; ability to follow directions; willingness to learn; result driven; able to work effectively and manage relations with senior executives from diverse departmental groups; able to work under time pressure; detail oriented.
- Candidate should present projects within the past two (2) years in which the candidate has provide services as Labor Compliance Monitor.
Desired Competencies and Qualifications (experiences, training, etc is a plus but not required)
- Skills: Performance Management, Project Management, Foster Teamwork, Supervision, Quality Management, Tracking Budget Expenses, Results Driven, Delegation, Time Management, Proactive, Staffing.
The items above are for the purpose of providing you with a general description of the nature of the duties and functions. It should not be construed as an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities and skills required for the position. You may be assigned additional tasks not described related to the position in compliance with the demand of the operation and it does not diminish in any manner the obligations to the personnel’s existing responsibilities.