ANALYST II (GENERAL) - BENEFITS & RISK MANAGEMENT - E198
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Title IX Coordinator - David Chavez, 2309 Tulare Street, (559) 457-3593,
Title 5 Compliance Officer - Teresa Plascencia, 2309 Tulare Street, (559) 457-3736,
Title II /ADA Coordinator - Andrew de la Torre, 2309 Tulare Street, (559) 457-3520,
Section 504 Coordinator- Sean Virnig, 1301 M Street, (559) 457-3227,
The Analyst II (General) will Coordinate, oversee and perform professional technical and analytical work in one or more assigned areas including coordinating and leading major and challenging projects to expand practices proven to raise student achievement with special attention on English Learners and Special Education students; plan, organize, direct, train and review the work of professional analysts, technicians and clerical staff to provide timely delivery of high quality services; serves in a lead capacity and create innovative approaches to meet the needs of the District.
Analyst II (General):
- Accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; provide Worker's Compensation benefits to District employees and ensure compliance with applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations; train, supervise, evaluate and provide clear work directions to assigned staff.
- Maintain accurate records and prepare reports and correspondence related to assigned activities; operate a computer and related software to input various information.
- Schedule and coordinate various budget functions to ensure the financial viability of the District.
- Communicate with various District management and staff, and attorneys, unions, and other agencies to coordinate activities, exchange information and resolve issues and concerns related to Worker's Compensation and related matters.
- Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree and four years increasingly responsible supervisory and/or management or related experience in area of specialty.
- Valid California driver's license.
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