Close Date: May 23, 2013
Salary: $25.18 - $30.60 Hourly
ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST I
Final Filing Date: May 23, 2013 at 5:00pm
Salary: $25.18- $30.60 per hour (based on a 38 hour work week)
Benefits: CalPERS retirement plan; Cafeteria Plan - $990/month to purchase medical, dental & vision; City paid life and long term disability insurance and employee assistance program.
Under the direction of the assigned Department head, performs or learns to perform the full array of professional-level and technical duties assigned in the Administrative Analyst series including analytical, statistical, financial and/or administrative work on projects; conducting a variety of studies and research for programs and their financial support; and preparing reports and recommendations relative to assigned area of responsibility. Incumbents may specialize in and/or be assigned to any department, including Finance, Redevelopment, Human Resources, among others and may also participate in administrative studies in areas outside the scope of regular duties.
Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for an Administrative Analyst I. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess:
Education and/or Experience: The equivalent of one year of directly related experience, including analytical report writing, research, program evaluation and the use of a variety of statistical software. A Bachelor’s degree in a field of study specifically applicable to the assigned job responsibilities (e.g., Accounting, Public Administration, Business Administration, Human Resources, Political Science) is required.
License/Certificate: Possession of a valid, Class "C” California driver’s license.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (include but are not limited to the following)
- Perform analytical report writing, research, and program evaluation, using a variety of statistical and/or other software related to area of responsibility.
- Conduct surveys and perform administrative research and statistical or financial analysis; compile data and other informational material and summarize in reports, manuals and other publications.
- Gather and analyze data and make recommendations on the development of modified systems, policies and procedures, and methods of operation; participate or lead in the review, evaluation and installation of new and revised systems, policies and procedures, and methods of operation.
- Participate in the development, implementation and maintenance of Division goals, objectives, policies and priorities for appropriate service areas.
- Review and evaluate service delivery methods and systems including administrative and support systems and internal relationships in order to identify opportunities for improvement and implement appropriate changes to standard operating procedures to enhance services.
- Demonstrate a full understanding of applicable policies, procedures and work methods associated with assigned duties; respond to requests for information and assistance from employees, elected officials, management, outside agencies and the public about programs and resources.
- Analyze legislation and regulations and report on aspects that may impact current programs and procedures.
- Represents the City or assigned department in the community and at professional meetings or with other governmental agencies.
- Assists in the preparation of department budgets including reviewing and analyzing financial data and justifications.
- Provide information and assists during departmental financial or operational audits.
- May supervise lower-level personnel and ensure compliance of work activities with department and other relevant standards.
- Participate as a team leader or a member of a City task force organized to address problems or issues related to governmental activities or community concerns.
- Perform other related duties as required.