Staff Analyst II

County Of San Bernardino San Bernardino , CA 92401

Posted 3 months ago

The Job Benefits Supplemental Questions

The County of San Bernardino is recruiting for Staff Analysts II who perform a variety of complex and difficult administrative, operational, research, and analytical functions in support of departmental activities. Based on the assignment, Staff Analysts lead or coordinate special projects and studies; research and analyze expenditures and revenues in association with the department's annual budget, actual expenditures and fees; research legislation to determine impact on the organization; advise management on policies and procedures related to personnel, systems, facilities planning, qualitative management, and related operational functions to meet programmatic goals.

For more detailed information, refer to the Staff Analyst II job description.

The eligible list established by this recruitment will be used to fill vacancies throughout the County as well as in the County Fire Department and Special Districts Department. Applicants will be asked to indicate their availability and preference for referral to the different agencies in the Supplemental Questionnaire.

The County Fire Department and Special Districts Department are separate entities from the County of San Bernardino, and as such, compensation and benefits for their positions are set forth in a different compensation plan. Click here for a summary of benefits. For additional details, refer to the Non-Represented Employee Compensation Plan.

Applications are also being accepted for Staff Analyst I which requires a separate application. Applicants are encouraged to apply for both levels as appropriate.

Minimum Requirements:

Education: A completed Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in public/business administration, behavioral/social science, accounting/finance or other relevant field of study. (This information should be clearly indicated in the Education section of the Application.)

  • AND-

Experience: Two (2) years of professional level administrative experience (duties equivalent to a County of San Bernardino Staff Analyst class) primarily performing analytical duties in at least two of the following areas: budget/financial management, requests for proposal (RFP), contracts or grants management, organizational/operational issues, or facilities and capital improvement planning. (Experience should be clearly detailed in the Work History section of the Application.)

Education Substitution: A completed Associate's degree from an accredited college or university in a qualifying field of study as stated above AND Two (2) years of experience supporting management or professional-level administrative services staff in any of the following areas: analytical studies, organizational operations, staffing projections and related budgeting, fiscal/budget analysis, data analysis, statistical analysis, accounting, economics or other closely related duties.

Important Note: The two (2) years of experience supporting management or professional-level administrative services staff is a substitution for those applicants who do not possess a Bachelor's degree. Therefore, if you are applying under this substitution option, you must also possess the two (2) years of professional-level administrative experience as required above.

Desired Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will possess strong research and analytical skills with demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing, and possess extensive experience performing complex administrative analysis duties in a public sector environment.

Selection Process:

An online assessment of knowledge and skills in the following areas:

Grants and Contract Management

Management Analysis and Reporting

Written and Oral Communication

Government Revenues, Finance, and Budget

Details of the online assessment process will be emailed once the recruitment has closed. All communications regarding the remainder of the selection process will be sent via email. Please be sure the email provided on this application is always current; it is your responsibility to update your personal information.

Update your Spam, Junk, Bulk and Firewall settings as needed to ensure that you receive all information pertaining to this recruitment, and ensure your e-mail will not spam/block/filter communications from email addresses with the following domain "@hr.sbcounty.gov".

IMPORTANT: The ability to take pre-employment tests online is a privilege.

Please do not take advantage of this benefit. Also, be aware that applicants may be required to take parallel versions of these tests in a proctored setting in order to confirm their identities as the original test takers.

Please click HERE for important Applicant Information and the County Employment Process.



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