Management Analyst II

San Joaquin County

San Joaquin County
Health Care Services Agency


Annual Base Salary:  $68,661 to $83,470

Final Filing Date:  March 3, 2017

San Joaquin County is recruiting for qualified candidates who are interested in a challenging and rewarding position as a Management Analyst II with Health Care Services.  This new position will support the County’s Whole Person Care (WPC) 1115 Waiver Pilot program.  The WPC pilot program is designed to test new approaches in providing more integrated care across the medical, behavioral health, and social service delivery systems to the highest risk and most vulnerable Medi-Cal beneficiaries.

The Management Analyst II will be responsible for budgeting, data analysis, quality improvement, monitoring and reporting on the performance of the program, and developing and monitoring contracts.  The incumbent will report to the Director of Health Care Services.

Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in public or business administration, economics, social or behavioral science, health care administration and/or behavioral health administration, or a closely related field, and two years of responsible administrative, analytical and programmatic experience in health care and/or behavioral health related fields, which included budget and finance, is required.

Substitution Pattern:  A Master’s degree in public or business administration, economics, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university may be substituted for one year of experience.

*Minimum requirements as approved by the Civil Service Commission on December 14, 2016.

A completed application package, including application and supplemental questionnaire, is to be submitted no later than March 3, 2017 to San Joaquin County Human Resources, 44 N. San Joaquin Street, Suite 330, Stockton, CA  95202. For additional information, or to apply online, you may go to our website at


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