In this position you will respond to various inquires from all levels of staff. These are usually questions of a technical nature or general program requirements. You will have to interpret and apply the program policies and produce reports that assist in measuring the programs success and status for compliance.
You will also provide the technical monitoring of primarily the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) and Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). This position is responsible to monitor the performance of assigned agencies/locales against technical requirements in WAP/LIHEAP. The monitor performs field inspections of work performed by agencies and Quality Control Inspection (QCIs) to ensure adherence to the national Standard Work Specification (SWS) and contractual obligations.
Secondarily, as time permits, the Center for Community Services technical monitoring team may lend assistance for technical monitoring in the HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) located in the Center for Community Financing (CCF).