The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District is seeking two (2) highly motivated Administrative Analysts.
This is an outstanding opportunity to become part of our dedicated team of professionals and to actively advance the mission of the District while maintaining our high level of customer service. We are committed to personal and professional growth and provide opportunities for you to stay current on training requirements, trends, and technology.
Plus, we offer competitive pay and benefits and a great work schedule.
ABOUT THE DISTRICT:
The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District is an independent Special District in Contra Costa County responsible for providing a high level of emergency and non-emergency services to the communities it serves. The District's service area encompasses approximately 155 square miles, serving the communities of Alamo, Blackhawk, Danville, Diablo, San Ramon, the southern boundary of Morgan Territory, and the Tassajara Valley. The communities are primarily residential, commercial, office park, and controlled manufacturing, along with wildland areas, protected by nine stations and one volunteer staffed station with 185 employees, and 56 volunteers. Financial oversight and strategic policy direction are provided by an elected 5-member Board of Directors.
ABOUT THE POSITION:
Under direction, Administrative Analysts perform a wide range of detailed and complex professional level analytical work in various program and functional areas. Incumbents perform administrative, systems, statistical and management analysis and make recommendations on Districtwide and Divisional organizational, budgetary, staffing, and programmatic issues and requests. Incumbents assist in the development, analysis and recommendation of Districtwide policy and procedures. Incumbents play a key role in the assessment and analysis of District divisions’ annual and mid-year budget requests/changes and make appropriate recommendations to the Division Head. Incumbents will also analyze, and provide recommendations on policy, administrative, organizational, fiscal and operating issues, revenue enhancement initiatives, challenges and impacts in all assignments as well as in specific program areas as assigned, e.g., Finance, EMS, Operations, Training, Human Resources, Communications, Community Risk Reduction, and IT. Incumbents will coordinate the efforts of assigned District divisions, manage special projects, and represent the District in dealing with other District divisions, other agencies, community groups or members of the public; and do related work as required.
The information contained herein is subject to change and does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract or offer.