Management Analyst II – Public WorksCity of Rancho Cordova
The City of Rancho Cordova is currently recruiting for
Management Analyst II – Public Works
$73,903 - $90,221 annually
Make a difference in our community and be a part of our Public Works team! The City is seeking an innovative professional with journey level experience and the ability to exercise independent judgement in the performance of their duties.
Position requires a Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration or closely related field AND 2 years of progressively responsible analyst level experience in municipal government. Experience in budgeting, capital improvement plans, project management, public works operations, and federal and state transportation grant administration is highly desirable.
Apply online by January 28, 2018, for 1st cut-off. Open until filled. www.cityofranchocordova.org
Please visit our website for details on our competitive benefits.
The current position being filled is assigned to the Public Works Department and responsible for preparation of operating and CIP budgets, monitoring of revenues and expenses, preparation of the 5-year Capital Improvement Plan, and administration of grants, specifically Caltrans/transportation related grants. The position provides responsible professional level comprehensive analysis, management, financial, or operational assistance in the development, administration and implementation of citywide programs or projects. Positions may be assigned to coordinate and oversee budget activities and provide assistance in a variety of subject and project areas for city departments.
This is the journey level classification in the management analyst series. Incumbents perform journey level professional support and exercise independent judgment in the performance of their duties. It is distinguished from the Management Analyst I as the latter perform the entry level professional support and initially receive close supervision in the performance of their duties. It is also distinguished from the Senior Management Analyst in that the latter perform higher-level, complex administrative/analytical work with a very high degree of independence and responsibility and may supervise other staff.
- Principles, practices, and techniques of public administration and public policy.
- Principles and practices of organizational, financial, and policy analysis.
- Principles and practices of organizational development, management and team building.
- Principles, methods, and practices of municipal finance, budgeting, and accounting.
- Grant writing, administration, monitoring, billing and management
- Advanced research and analytical methods, techniques, and procedures.
- Project management.
- Computer applications including spreadsheet, database, word processing, and presentation software.
- Applicable Federal, State, and local laws, rules, and regulations.
- Use of modern office equipment, including computers, computer applications and software.
- Problem solving unique and innovative solutions
- Dealing positively with controversial issues, facilitating community participatory decision making to resolution, and gaining cooperation through discussion and persuasion
- Analyze a variety of complex administrative and organizational problems, and make sound policy and procedural recommendations.
- Communicate clearly, verbally and in writing.
- Establish and maintain strong working relationships with others by using tact and diplomacy.
- Interpret and apply laws, regulations, and policies.
- Prepare comprehensive and accurate reports.
- Demonstrate political acumen when working with sensitive and confidential information
- Adjust to rapidly shifting priorities and timelines.
- Work effectively with multidisciplinary teams.
- Facilitate groups
- Maintain accountability for quality and completion of work by deadlines