Management Analyst-Finance or Snr MA, DOQ

Management Analyst-Finance or Snr MA, DOQ
Tahoe City Public Utility District
 Tahoe City, California
Job Description

Management Analyst

JOB SUMMARY

To perform analytical and administrative duties and assume responsibilities within various District functions including assisting with budget and/or financial analysis and reporting, program/organizational analysis and reporting, legislative analysis, business systems analysis and reporting, public information and communication, and contract administration. Work responsibilities require multi-department coordination and decision making.

PRIMARY AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY – FINANCE

Support the District’s long-term financial management goals through the evaluation and design of strategic financial planning process and policies. Prepare, evaluate, and communicate financial planning concepts and budget reports to District Management and Board of Directors. Support District Management in the preparation and management of the operating and capital budgets. Support District efforts to obtain grant funding and other funding sources necessary to achieve District goals.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

The Management Analyst is the journey level professional classification in the Management Analyst series. Positions in this class assist higher level management in various tasks and projects. While positions in this class have some flexibility in the selection of steps and timing of a work process, assignments and objectives are set for the incumbent and established work methods are followed.

Senior Management Analyst

JOB SUMMARY

To perform complex analytical, administrative, and/or management duties and assume responsibilities within various District functions including budget and/or financial analysis and reporting, program/organizational analysis and reporting, project/program management, legislative analysis and development, business systems analysis and reporting, public information and communication, and contract administration. Work responsibilities require multi-department coordination and decision making.

PRIMARY AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY – FINANCE

Support the District’s long-term financial management goals through the evaluation and design of strategic financial planning process and policies. Prepare, evaluate, and communicate financial planning concepts and budget reports to District Management and Board of Directors. Support District Management in the preparation and management of the operating and capital budgets. Support District efforts to obtain grant funding and other funding sources necessary to achieve District goals.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

The Senior Management Analyst is the advanced journey level professional classification in the Management Analyst series. This is a responsible position with emphasis on professional expertise, critical thinking, independent judgment and decision-making. Positions in this class are distinguished from the Management Analyst position by the degree of complexity of management, administrative, and support functions as well as the substantial knowledge of and interface with District operations, and other governmental entities required. Positions in this class have considerable latitude in the application of policy and follow general guidelines in accomplishing assignments

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Receives general direction from the Chief Financial Officer. Exercises technical and functional supervision over technical and administrative support personnel.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS for Management Analyst

Knowledge of:

  • Principles and practices of financial planning, budgeting, and financial analysis.
  • Principles and practices of organization and public administration.
  • Procurement, management information systems, and contract administration.
  • Research techniques, sources, and availability of information, and methods of report presentation.
  • Applicable Federal, State, and local laws, rules and regulations pertaining to area of assignment.
  • Administrative principles and methods including goal setting, program and budget development, work planning and organization.
  • Equal employment/affirmative action guidelines and policies.
  • Principles, methods, and practices of municipal finance and budgeting.
  • Modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment, including relevant software applications, i.e. – Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Advanced Excel skills for complex queries to facilitate research and analysis.

Senior Management Analyst Employment Standards are as above and also include:

  • Principles and practices of negotiation, leadership, motivation, team building, conflict management and dispute resolution.
  • Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.
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