Associate Governmental Program Analyst/Staff Services Analyst
The Associate Governmental Program Analyst under the supervision of the Staff Services Manager in the Grants Management Section in a highly independent manner, and with minimal supervision, performs the more responsible, varied, and complex technical analytical work in a wide variety of consultative and analytical assignments such as developing new program funding announcements and applications, processing and evaluating grant proposals, and developing and monitoring contracts and budgets. Routinely provides consultative services to management and external stakeholders regarding funding applications and contracts. Generates and provides data to management and stakeholders on funding application outcomes. Performs fiscal and program reviews of funded applicants, as needed. Makes recommendations for improvement to funding and contracting processes. Participates in development and testing of software tools to manage grants, invoice, and contract reporting.
Do you have the following education or experience?
The following education is required when general experience is used to qualify at any level: equivalent to graduation from college. (Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.) AND
Experience: One year of experience performing the duties of a Staff Services Analyst, Range C. or
Experience: Three years of professional analytical experience performing duties in one or a combination of the following or closely related areas: budgeting, management analysis, personnel, planning, program evaluation, or policy analysis.
Promotional candidates who are within six months of satisfying the experience requirement for this class will be admitted to the examination, but they must fully meet the experience requirement before being eligible for appointment.
(One year of graduate work in public or business administration, industrial relations, psychology, law, political science, or a related field may be substituted for six months of the required nonsupervisory experience.)
Education: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from a recognized four-year accredited college or university. (Registration as a senior in a recognized institution will admit applicants to the examination, but they must produce evidence of graduation or its equivalent before they can be considered eligible for appointment.)
Work experience in the California state service may be substituted for the required education in Pattern I on a year-for-year basis by applicants who have at least six semester or nine quarter units of college level training in public or business administration, accounting, economics, political or social science, English, speech, statistics, law, or a closely related area.
If so, you may meet the minimum qualifications. Apply today!