Supervising Staff Services Analyst - Visalia - job 1993436

Tulare County, CA

Date: 06/23/2022

City: Visalia, California

Salary: $82,512 - 100,560 per year

Employment type: Full-time


One current vacancy with the Tulare County Probation Department in Visalia. This recruitment will establish an employment list to fill current and future vacancies. The anticipated life of the list is six months.





  • Position to receive an 8% Cost-of-Living salary increase effective 07/03/22.





Typical Duties




Assist management in planning and implementing new services or changes to existing services; identify and analyze alternative methods or solutions to difficult operational or administrative problems, procedures, systems and situations; compile information, prepare and present recommendations for department management to consider; analyze work flow and recommend work improvement/efficiency methods; review and analyze requests to fill positions and to change staffing patterns in order to maintain fiscal control and adequate levels of service; identify and solve project or work process implementation problems; communicate and coordinate with inter-department staff experts, other County departments or agencies, or community agency sources in identifying alternative work solutions; schedule and conduct meetings for the coordination of projects from initial concept through to completion; assist in the review and preparation of the annual department budget by preparing salary projections, compiling and analyzing relevant data for specific line items, and preparing justifications for budget; monitor specific programs budgeted or line items; prepare agenda items for Board adoption; may make presentations of agenda items before the Board of Supervisors; make presentations before executive management, other department or agency staff, and any other stakeholder groups; prepare bid specifications or waivers, negotiate with vendors, finalize bid recommendations and present to management; may represent the County department in the community and at professional meetings as required; review proposed or new legislation and administrative or managerial developments related to departmental services and analyze impact to make recommendations to management; prepare grants or identify funding sources, manage grants, and review goals and objectives to ensure continued funding; identify and initiate project work including recommending methods for evaluation of project and determine cost analysis; respond to requests for information from State or other agencies regarding departmental services or programs; coordinate department activities with other governmental and outside agencies; supervise, train, and evaluate staff; respond to sensitive and complex complaints and requests for information; write policies and procedures; may assist with personnel administration; use personal computer applications to assist in completing work such as spread sheets and word processing; attend various seminars and workshops to maintain and update job knowledge.




Employment Standards




MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


Minimum qualifications are used as a guide for establishing the education, training, experience, special skills and/or license which are required and equivalent to the following.

Education: Requires graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in business or public administration, accounting, economics, organizational management, or closely related field.


Experience: Three (3) years of progressively responsible administrative experience in policy analysis, complex project management, budget analysis related to local government, fiscal, managerial, or personnel administrative work, one (1) year of which in a supervisory capacity.


Knowledge of: Principles and practices of management analysis and organizational design, public administration, budgeting and financial management; Federal, state, and local governmental organization; research methods and techniques, and methods of report preparation; principles and practices of personnel selection, evaluation, and management; governmental budget preparation and control; statistical data collection and analysis techniques; methods, and practices; principles and practices of supervision; standard office procedures and practices.


Skill/Ability to: Work and communicate effectively with people of various education and socioeconomic backgrounds by respecting beliefs, interpersonal styles and behaviors of both clients and co-workers; operate contemporary office equipment inclusive of computer, keyboard, and all applicable electronic equipment; analyze organizational and administrative problems and situations, and recommend and implement an effective course of action; communicate clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing; properly interpret and make decisions in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and policies; operate a personal computer using standard word processing and spreadsheet software in order to produce reports, tables, charts and other materials; monitor and control the expenditure of funds consistent with an approved budget; prepare complete and accurate written reports and other documents; establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work; apply statistical methods in the analysis of management methods and problems; plan, prepare and make oral presentations to large groups; understand, interpret and apply provisions of Federal, State and local legislation, rules, and regulations pertinent to the administration of department policies and programs; retain and recall a wide variety of information for long periods of time; follow complex written and verbal instructions; maintain various records; convey complex concepts and procedures to lay persons; ability to work in a dynamic and fast paced work environment; ability to multi task and manage complex priorities.


DESIRABLE EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS


Education: Master's Degree in public or business administration, or closely related field.







Additional Information



Conditions of Employment:



  • Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license.

  • Candidates selected will be required to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening. Additionally, a background investigation may also be conducted, which may include a re-investigation every 10 years for some positions.

  • An Employment Eligibility Verification using E-Verify may be required on the first day of employment for some positions.

  • Some job classes may also require a physical exam.


College Cost Reduction Access Act: This may be a qualifying position for student loan forgiveness through the College Cost Reduction and Access Act (CCRAA). Only student loan payments made after October 1, 2007 and in a qualified repayment plan are eligible. For more information you are encouraged to speak with your student loan service or visit: http://studentaid.ed.gov/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation


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Bargaining Unit 19

The information listed is a general summary of benefits. These provisions do not constitute an expressed or implied contract and are subject to change.

Benefit Amount: An annual benefit amount is provided and may be applied towards health insurance premiums (medical, dental, vision, life and long-term disability). This benefit is pro-rated and paid on a pay period basis (24 pay periods).

Health Insurance: A choice of PPO and HMO medical plans which include PPO and HMO dental plans and include dental and vision coverage. Dependent coverage is available. Providers include Anthem Blue Cross, Kaiser Permanente, Delta Dental, and Vision Services Plan (VSP).

Retirement: The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the 1937 Act County Employees Retirement Act and integrated with Social Security. In addition to ordinary retirement benefits, the plan provides disability and death benefits. Retirement contributions are made by both the County and the employee. The County has reciprocity with the State of California, contracting PERS agencies, and all County 1937 Act Retirement Systems.

Paid Holiday Leave: 12 set days and 1 personal holiday.

Vacation Accrual:
2 weeks per year (0-3 years of service)
3 weeks per year (3-7 years of service)
4 weeks per year (7-11 years of service)
5 weeks per year (11+ years of service)
Limit of 300 hours.

FLSA exempt employees accrue an additional 5 days of vacation per year.

Sick Leave Accrual: 12 days per year with unlimited accumulation, 48 hours of which may be used toward family sick leave. Sick leave buy back after 3 years of service.

Group Term Life Insurance and AD&D: $10,000; Provided by Standard Insurance Company.

Long Term Disability Insurance: A Long Term Disability plan is provided. This provides financial protection for you by paying a portion of your income while you are disabled.

Employees are covered by State Disability Insurance. The premium is paid by the employee.

Deferred Compensation: A voluntary deferred compensation plan is available.

To view more detailed descriptions of Tulare County's benefits, please view the Benefits section of our Web site at https://tularecounty.ca.gov/hrd/index.cfm/benefits-wellness/health-plans-active-employees/
The Provisions Of This Bulletin Do Not Constitute An Expressed Or Implied Contract And Are Subject To Change.





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