Labor Compliance Officer

Department/Agency of position: 
City of Long Beach Department of Financial Management
Location of position: 
Long Beach, CA
$85,000 – $118,000
Date Posted: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Closing Date: 
Thursday, December 20, 2018
Job Description: 

The City of Long Beach is in search for a Labor Compliance Officer (LCO).This s an at-will management position that reports to the Business Services Bureau Manager in the Department of Financial Management. This position oversees the Labor Compliance Division and directly supervises all related activities performed by Division staff as well as by contractors, which may be professional, technical, or investigatory in nature. The LCO is charged with further developing and implementing a comprehensive City-wide labor compliance program and providing guidance and oversight for labor compliance matters on applicable projects City-wide. The LCO provides or oversees the provision of internal and external outreach, education, and enforcement activities to support compliance with labor-related regulations established by local, state and federal programs.

Examples of Duties: • Further developing and implementing a comprehensive and strategic program to support compliance with complex regulatory requirements, including but not limited to: State and Federal minimum wage and prevailing wage requirements, Federal Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) regulations, City of Long Beach Small Business Enterprise (SBE) ordinance, HUD Section 3 requirements, and State Public Contract Code • Monitoring, researching, and coordinating with involved parties on relevant legislation at the local, state, or federal level and its potential impact on City of Long Beach compliance efforts. • Developing and overseeing implementation of outreach and education efforts targeting vendors and contractors to support compliance and increase diversity of contracting communities. • Overseeing development of reports, presenting information at City Council meetings, and serving on various committees.

Minimum Requirements • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in finance, business, public policy, administration, business administration or a related field. • Three (3) years of experience analyzing, interpreting, and/or investigating compliance with complex regulations. • Two (2) years of experience developing and implementing complex programs, including coordination across multiple business units or entities.