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Management Analyst - City of Woodinville ( Job # 19-0001)

Minimum Salary: $5,856.00 per month
Maximum Salary: $7,474.00 per month
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: Executive
Closes: January 25, 2019 at 5:00 PM
(Open to current employees and the general public.)

Summary

Woodinville is a city of approximately 12,000 residents and 1,200 businesses located in the Sammamish Valley, about 15 miles northeast of Seattle, Washington.  Strong neighborhoods, open spaces, Washington's top wineries, and retail shopping make Woodinville a premier tourist destination.  Recreation opportunities, close access to Seattle, Bellevue, and Eastside employment centers, and a commitment to a high quality of life rank Woodinville as one of Washington's top places to live and work.

Under the direction of the Assistant City Manager, the Management Analyst performs research and analytical work of a highly responsible nature including program, contract, budgetary, special project, and policy analysis and policy development.  This position is responsible for preparing and assisting in the preparations of special studies, reports, and presentations.  The Management Analyst position will assist with public relations for the City including the planning, organization, and scheduling of professional-level information and/or community/public relations activities for the City.  He/she will serve as a key contact for the community and will assist with other duties as assigned. 

APPLICATION PROFILE MUST BE COMPLETED FOR CONSIDERATION. 

 


Essential Job Functions

Project Management:  Assist in tracking and monitoring projects of the Capital Improvements Program projects and any other projects within the assigned department.  Analyze resources allocated to projects and update the project.   Work with managers and others involved to ensure that projects stay on track and inform management team if problems arise. 

Budget Development:  Assist in the Executive Department’s development of budget and work as part of the budget team.  Work with Department Heads to develop performance measures and division descriptions. 

Contract Management: Assist in the management and oversight of the City’s media contracts and other contracts as assigned, monitor contracts for compliance; evaluate contractor performance and make recommendations if changes are needed.

Review, analyze and evaluate various issues and special projects as assigned; gather and interpret data, make recommendations and provide reports or presentations to the City Manager or Council as required.  Participate in the development of policy guidelines, decisions, program work plans, goals and objectives. 

Public Relations:  Assist in the direction of city-wide public information and marketing programs, including city publications, cable television, events, news releases, production of the City newsletter; notification of City projects and community workshops; and the City’s traveler’s information radio. 

As required, serves as liaison for the City by participating in public meetings, making presentations to various groups, and providing information concerning the City’s business; monitor current events and issues that may impact the City. 

Establish and maintain effective relations with city staff, Council and outside organizations and citizens; assist in the administration of the customer service requests. 

Performs other duties as required or assigned.

Job Demands

Work is primarily performed in an indoor office setting for eight hours per day with occasional off-site activities requiring the operation of a motorized vehicle. Physical effort is needed to lift and carry office supplies and materials. Mobility is needed to attend various meetings. While performing the duties of this job, the incumbent must regularly talk, hear, and see when communicating with the public and employees; frequently sit, and occasionally stand and walk. Must have the ability to work in a fast paced environment and meet deadlines. May be required to work beyond normal office hours for evening and weekend meetings. Business travel within the state and to other states may be required occasionally. Necessary aptitudes include understanding instructions, reason to make judgments; numeric aptitude; problem solving and analytic abilities; initiative, ingenuity, and imagination; and memory and concentration. Patience and persuasiveness are needed when interacting with others. Requires strong verbal aptitude, excellent writing and public speaking ability.

Other Job Demands

Develop and maintain high client service standards in all dealings with City members, the general public, elected officials, media sources and peers in other organizations. Respond to Customer Service Requests; provide quality customer service; and deal courteously with the public. Represent the City at state and local meetings/conferences as directed.

*Note: The City of Woodinville does not participate in Social Security, which means employees do not contribute to or earn Social Security credit while employed with the City. Further, the Social Security Administration applies a formula containing an offset to take into account employment with a nonparticipating employer. However, as a City of Woodinville employee, you may be eligible to participate in the Municipal Employee Benefit Trust (MEBT) plan; depending on eligibility.  There is also mandatory participation in the State Retirement Plan (PERS).

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Political Science or related field and two years of administrative/management experience is required.  Master’s degree in Public Administration or related field, or on-going and near completion of such a degree is highly desired.  Experience in the public sector is also desired. Must possess a valid Washington State driver's license.

 

Selection Process

The finalist candidate will be required to complete a Background Disclosure Release, a Request for Driving Record, and a Driving Record Release form.

The City of Woodinville values diversity in its workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Qualified applicants receive consideration without discrimination on the basis of race, sex, age, color, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, marital status, genetic information, veteran's status, disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local laws.


Attachments

Location
Woodinville City Hall
17301 133rd Avenue NE
Woodinville, WA