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|Salary Range 19||$2558||$3857||$2672||$2786||$2912||$3048||$3195||$3347||$3506||$3672|
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The MANAGEMENT ANALYST 1 conducts management studies in areas such as organizational design and staffing, operational systems and procedures work simplification; space utilization, records management and control, and budget preparation. Employees in this class also make recommendations for corrective action and management improvements to ensure efficient, cost-effective operations, and compliance with Federal, State, and agency regulations.
This is the first of a three-level series. It is distinguished from the higher level by the nature of studies performed and the level of proficiency required. At this level, studies are generally characterized by analyses involving limited variables within an agency system or an area of technical specialization. Studies at this level are not multi-dimensional and, generally, do not require coordination with other management or operational systems. Employees at this level may function independently or as part of a study team.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Allocation of positions to this class will depend on the total work performed which may include one or a combination of the duties or tasks listed below.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class are in regular telephone and in-person contact with agency management and operational staff to discuss or conduct project activities; they contact users as needed to determine requirements and to resolve problems or provide information, clarification, and/or training. Employees periodically contact other State agency staff to exchange information and discuss project administration or Federal or State regulatory agencies to clarify laws, rules, and regulations. They also contact independent contractors/vendors as needed to obtain information, discuss or coordinate project activities.
Employees in this class receive general supervision from an Administrative Superior through meetings or progress reports and through evaluation of feedback from operational staff to assure that requirements are met. Project plans are reviewed for feasibility and timeliness and are monitored to assure progress. Work must comply with Federal and State laws, rules and regulations and agency policies and guidelines.
NOTE: You must clearly describe in the "WORK HISTORY" section on your application, the methods used and type of studies performed in one or more of the listed areas a) through h). (Supervisory or management assignments do not normally satisfy the specialized experience requirement for this classification unless they included responsibility for assisting or participating in planning and/or carrying out management improvement or program operations review studies.
In order to receive credit for a degree or courses in a closely related field, you must submit a photocopy of your college transcript.