Under general direction of the assigned Department Director or designee, performs professional administrative and research work in a variety of program areas in a designated department. To manage, coordinate and oversee assigned programs in designated department.
This job class is the first level in the Administrative Analyst series of three classifications. The Administrative Analyst functions at an entry-level management level of classification and requires knowledge of municipal organization, basic principles of program management, public administration, research methods and report presentation. Special assignments and projects requiring varied hours and independence in judgment and advanced technical and analytical work are also assigned to positions at this level.
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Under the general direction of the Budget Director, the Administrative Analyst plans, organizes, leads, and conducts complex, sensitive, and detailed budget, fiscal, legislative, contract and administrative policy analysis. This position will also provide complex analytical support to operations and programs. The Administrative Analyst is one of three analysts on the Budget Team. Administrative Analysts are expected to perform at a high-level and exercise excellent independent judgment.
We are seeking to hire a full-time Administrative Analyst. You will provide support and guidance related to administration of compliance, financial, personnel, and other related aspects of Human Resource coordination.
The Administrative Analyst performs a wide variety of complex professional analytical and administrative duties in support of an assigned department; plans, coordinates, directs, and evaluates assigned systems, procedures and operations; performs a variety of complex analyses, studies and research projects as requested by higher level staff including analysis impacting City-wide issues and operations; and performs the full range of complex analytical, financial, and administrative tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility.
We are seeking an Administrative Analyst to support the Division Director, his Deputies and staff in performance of office or non-manual work directly related to the management or general business operations of the Division. This position requires an individual who can adapt to a fast-paced, team-oriented environment, and organization, accountability, flexibility, and ability to work independently are essential qualities for success.
The Administrative Analyst develops and/or administers complex departmental or program budgets, conducts organizational and/or operational analysis, initiates and carries out program and/or project management, and planning activities. Conducts surveys, studies, and analyses on a variety of complex City related problems or issues; evaluates existing and proposed systems, procedures and organizational structures. Analyzes statistical data and makes recommendations on changes in policy, procedures, staffing, and organization. Organizes and presents results and implements approved policy or procedure changes. May supervise office support or other assigned staff.
The Administrative Analyst will provide analytical and specialized administrative support to relieve executive, administrative, and serves as liaison for all project management and planning, project team, and other government agents and functional support areas.
We're looking for a Administrative Analyst. The successful applicant will be responsible for performing administrative, budgetary and business process functions for the College of Science & Engineering, and working with the Dean to ensure that all necessary processes and tasks are being completed in an orderly and timely manner.
The Administrative Analyst performs intermediate professional level administrative work, which may include supervisory responsibility, under general supervision from an administrative or technical superior. Work includes administrative support of a functional program and professional level analysis and coordination of functional office programs and activities.