Position Information Under direction, performs a wide variety of administrative analytical duties of moderate to high scope and complexity; may supervise support and technical staff and serve as lead to Management Analysts.
This is the second level in the Management Analyst I/II/III series.
The Management Analyst level is dependent on the scope and complexity of the assignment.
Positions are assigned to Management Analyst II if they are performing duties of moderate to high scope and complexity.
This class is distinguished from the Management Analyst I in that the latter performs duties of moderate complexity with narrower scope of responsibility, may serve as an entry/trainee class to promote to a designated Management Analyst II, and may not fully supervise staff.
Management Analyst II is distinguished from Management Analyst III in that the latter manages and may fully supervise Management Analysts and professional staff in addition to support and technical staff.
Examples of Duties Analyzes, researches, gathers and interprets information on a wide variety of management matters such as budgets, legislation, programs, contracts and staffing.
Makes recommendations regarding policies, procedures, organization, operations, programs and other management-related areas.
Prepares and presents written and oral reports on recommendations, data, impacts, options, strategies and conclusions that are based on analyses.
Develops, prepares, modifies and monitors items/areas such as budgets, grants, research projects, and contracts.
Implements and evaluates policies, procedures and programs related to the assignment.
Works closely with managers and other staff within the department and the County to anticipate, obtain and provide ongoing and accurate information.
Coordinates activities related to projects, programs and/or other areas being analyzed.
Interprets policies and procedures to department staff, County employees and external agencies and individuals.
Researches, interprets and complies with local, state and federal codes, regulations, laws, policies, procedures and guidelines.
Attends or serves as management liaison at meetings/functions such as committees, task forces, community forums, commissions, and conferences.
Obtains data/information from internal and external departments and agencies in regard to areas being analyzed such as funding sources, interdepartmental activities, and programs.
Plans, develops, conducts and evaluates training/informational programs for staff and/or the public on administrative or management issues.
Provides direction to internal and external parties on assigned projects and activities.
May supervise support and technical staff and serve as lead to Management Analysts.
Performs other related duties.
Knowledge of: Principles of mathematical and statistical analysis, preparation and presentation.
Principles and practices of public and/or business administration.
Internal and external operations, functions and resources related to the assignment.
Principles and practices of management and supervision.
Analyze and interpret a wide variety of complex data and information.
Conduct comprehensive and in-depth research.
Identify issues, options and projected outcomes and make recommendations.
Prepare and present written and oral reports.
Interpret and apply codes, regulations, laws, policies, procedures and guidelines.
Coordinate a wide variety of activities.
Work independently and in a timely fashion.
Communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Provide direction to others on projects and activities.
Supervise support and technical staff.
Work cooperatively and tactfully with others.
Minimum Qualifications The knowledge and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of education, training or experience.
Typical ways to acquire the required knowledge, skills and abilities may include: Education: Bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, social services, political science, education, or a related field.
Experience: One year of experience performing administrative analytical duties in a position equivalent to the Monterey County classification of Management Analyst I OR Four years progressively responsible experience in positions requiring administrative analysis, training, report writing and/or interpreting complex governmental regulations are examples of typical alternatives to education.
Additionally, two years of successful post-graduate experience is an example of a typical alternative to the experience requirement.
While the above requirements outline the minimum qualifications, applicants may be further evaluated for qualifications beyond those listed.
Those applicants that are determined to be most highly qualified will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process.
Supplemental Information ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The ability to speak, read and write Spanish in addition to English would be an asset in this position, but is not required.
Employees who drive on County business to carry out job related duties must possess a valid CA Driver License for the class vehicle driven.
The Department of Social Services will conduct a thorough background and reference check process which includes a Department of Justice fingerprint check.
Employees must have and show their original Social Security Card and a valid CA Driver License or CA State ID on the first day of work.
Government agencies accessing US government information, which include federal tax information must ensure that background investigation requirements for all agency employees and contractors that have access to federal tax information are consistent to the IRS background investigation requirements for access to federal tax information.
A background check may be required if the position requires access to these types of records.Background requirements consist of three components which include, fingerprinting, citizenship verification and local law enforcement checks.
State agencies must conduct investigation during time of hire and ensure a reinvestigation is conducted 10 years from the date of the previous background investigation for each employee that has access to federal tax information.
For additional information on benefits, visit VETERANS PREFERENCE If you would like to request Veteran's preference points as part of the application packet, please attach a copy of your DD-214 form to your application.
EXAMINATION INFORMATION If supplemental questions are included as a part of this job bulletin, applicants may be rated based upon their responses to the supplemental questions.
If rated, only those that are determined to be highly qualified will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process.
SPECIAL TESTING ARRANGEMENTS Special testing arrangements may be made to accommodate applicants for disability, military, or religious reasons.
If you require such arrangements, please contact CPS HR Consulting at or upon notification that your application has been approved.
Documentation from medical, military, school, or church officials outlining the accommodation request must be received by our office a minimum of five business days prior to a scheduled examination.
ABOUT MONTEREY COUNTY Located on California's picturesque Pacific Coast, the County of Monterey is blessed with mild weather year-round and is home to miles of beautiful beaches, spectacular mountain ranges, groves of redwoods, low-rolling foothills, and a bountiful valley.
With a population exceeding 400,000, the County is proud of its vibrant citizenry, great traditions, educational opportunities, and multicultural lifestyles.
Boasting such world-renowned attractions as the spectacular Big Sur Coast, 17-Mile Drive, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Cannery Row, the Steinbeck Center, the Monterey Jazz and Blues Festivals and Pebble Beach - possibly the world's most famous golf course, it's easy to see why an estimated 4.3 million visitors a year make Monterey County their destination of choice.
In addition to a thriving tourist trade, Monterey County's economy is largely based on a vigorous agricultural industry.
Known as the 'salad bowl of the nation' the Salinas Valley provides fresh vegetables and salad greens to the entire country.
California's 16th largest county also provides many educational opportunities for its residents including California State University at Monterey Bay, the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, the Defense Language Institute (DLI), Presidio of Monterey, and the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). All these factors combine to make Monterey County a healthy, economically diverse region eager to foster and sustain an enriching lifestyle for its residents.
ABOUT MONTEREY COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT Monterey County Department of Social Services is seeking enthusiastic applicants, who genuinely care about the community and its members, to join its team.
Careers with the Department of Social Services offer the opportunity to promote the social and economic self-reliance of individuals and families served by providing essential resources and services to low-income families, veterans, vulnerable children and adults, and disabled individuals.
Monterey County Department of Social Services welcomes, values and encourages diverse voices, opinions, perspectives and backgrounds to foster an environment where all viewpoints are appreciated.
The Department currently has a team of approximately 874 dedicated members serving Monterey County residents.
Monterey County is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
To learn more about the Department of Social Services, go to: . Closing Date/Time: 10/12/2018 11:59 PM Pacific
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