The Ross Valley Sanitary District is seeking a motivated Management Analyst I/II to join our team and perform professional administrative, analytical, and operational support.
Deadline to apply: February 25, 2024 11:59PM
Management Analyst I Pay Range: $47.43 to $60.53/hour Management Analyst II Pay Range: $52.35 to $66.81/hour
Plus Excellent Benefits
TYPICAL DUTIES MAY INCLUDE
Ensure compliance with District permitting process and procedure by working with building departments within the District service area.
Answer questions and provide information to the public, via telephone, e-mail, and written correspondence; investigate complaints and recommend corrective action to resolve complaints.
Receive, research, and respond to questions from outside agencies, other District departments and the general public, supporting the District’s communication efforts.
Prepare and present staff reports and presentations at Board and other governmental meetings, drafting Board of Director documents, and serve on various committees and task forces.
Assist in managing and updating the District website.
Assist in the production of public outreach materials.
Produce public outreach documents using graphic design software.
Research, evaluate, and prepare statistical, financial, and/or operational data used in reports, studies, and analyses and make recommendations in the development and administration of assigned program area.
Serve as a liaison between outside organizations and the District, providing professional guidance with respect to District policies and procedures.
Seek vendors and negotiate contracts ensuring compliance with District procedures, policies, and pertinent laws, regulations and ordinances.
Assist in the development and analysis of departmental policies, procedures and systems, and recommend goals and objectives.
Assist in the preparation and development of multiyear capital improvement budgets and supporting analyses and forecasts.
Research grant opportunities and review grant guidelines and requirements to assess compliance with requirements and risks associated with receiving grants.
Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers and the public using principles of good customer service.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate initiative, independent judgment, and tact, particularly when dealing with the public, District staff, and management.
They will have any combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for this position. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of:
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in business administration, finance, accounting, public administration, or a related field.
Two years of professional analytical experience.
Valid California Class “C” Driver’s License.
Must have a satisfactory driving record and continue to meet the District’s vehicle liability insurance company’s driving standards.
The Management Analyst II classification is distinguished from the I level by the ability to perform the full range of duties assigned with only occasional instruction or assistance.
In addition, the ideal candidate will possess the following:
Knowledge of the principles and practices of organization, administration, budget preparation, and analysis.
Effective use of the English language, vocabulary spelling, grammar, and punctuation; letter and report preparation.
Use of standard office equipment and software for correspondence, preparing reports, and performing data and records management.
Independently analyze situations and data and develop logical conclusions and sound recommendations.
Collaborative problem identification and solution development.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Ross Valley Sanitary District (also known as Sanitary District No. 1) is a special enterprise district organized under the California Health and Safety Code and the Sanitary Acts of 1891 and 1923. The District operates and maintains approximately 200 miles of collection sewer lines and 19 pumping stations which collect, pump, and transport approximately five million gallons of wastewater per day to Central Marin Sanitation Agency for treatment. Approximately 95% of the District's collection system was installed prior to 1955.