Closing: April 3, 2019
Salary Range: $49,101 – $60,017 annually
The Management Analyst I (entry-level) is responsible for performing ad-hoc quantitative and qualitative research and analysis in support of the overall City’s budget and the performance of administrative duties related to office management, including financial management, human resources, information technology and communications.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Perform research and analysis of special projects such as historical revenue or expenditure trend analysis, demographic or service demand analysis, or comparator jurisdiction and other best practice research;
- Review and recommend improvements to internal processes;
- Monitors departmental operating budget expenditures to include expenditure projections;
- Maintain the department’s external and internal websites;
- Prepare departmental personnel actions, budget transfers, requisitions and payments;
- Serve as the department’s staff liaison the Human Resources, Information Technology Services, General Services and the Office of Communications and Public Information;
- Coordinate new employee recruitment activities;
- Coordinate the production of the City’s annual operation budget and Capital Improvement Program documents;
- Schedule and coordinate set-up for public meetings;
- Perform other office management duties as assigned
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
The ideal candidate will have strong analytical skills, possess outstanding multi-tasking abilities, can work independently to solve problems, and brings a variety of technology related talents.
Four-year college degree in public or business administration and one year of experience in management analysis, customer services resolving end-user problems or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Experience in public administration; creating spreadsheets; budget preparation and management; development and review of performance indicators; report presentation methods and procedural review and development; ability to analyze, interpret and report research findings; ability to perform the tasks of the position independently and to make decisions, especially in the absence of the supervisor; ability to maintain effective working relationships; and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing.