The Management Analyst, assigned to Public Information and Community Engagement, will design, implement and manage the District's strategic communications program. Incumbent will evaluate and improve internal and external communication strategies, marketing, and public relations efforts and will create, develop, produce, and distribute public information in support of all District activities, ensuring communication is cohesive, consistent and effective in supporting the District's mission, vision, and values.
The Management Analyst is the journey level professional classification in the Management Analyst series and receives direction from the Senior Management Analyst in the Engineering Department.
Public information, outreach, education, and integrated marketing communications campaigns
Principles, methods, and practices of graphic design
Communicate at an expert level, using all forms of communication including written, graphic, and public speaking
Develop, write, edit, design, and produce various communication materials including newsletters, brochures, fact sheets, press releases, articles, multi-media presentations, correspondence, reports and special publications
Education equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university with major course work in communications, public relations, public administration or closely related field is desired.
Experience equivalent to three years of progressively responsible professional experience in a governmental agency or similar organization, in the field of public relations, communications, or related field.
Please submit cover letter and resume, job application (found on our website), and recent writing sample (within the last two years) exhibiting proficiency in marketing and/or public relations. Deadline to apply is 4:00 PM, Friday, December 14, 2018.
Additional Salary Information: TCPUD boasts a competitive benefits package.
About Tahoe City Public Utility District
The Tahoe City Public Utility District was founded in 1938 to provide some of the governmental needs of the residents of Tahoe City. It is the oldest local government in the Tahoe Basin and was formed initially to provide public water service to the local community. Established under the State of California's Public Utility District Act, the founders of the District chose a form of government that could provide multiple types of services.
Sewer collection, parks facilities, and recreation services are provided for the entire area of the District. Water service is provided in five separate systems and serves approximately half of the homes and businesses in the District.
The boundaries of the District lie within both Placer and El Dorado Counties, extending from Emerald Bay to Dollar Hill, and along the Truckee River to the Nevada County line. The service area is very large, encompassing over 31 square miles.