Management Analyst II - Capital Projects Administration

Planning/Engineer
Full-time
San Joaquin County
11/29/2019

THE POSITION   San Joaquin County is searching for an experienced professional who desires an exciting employment opportunity as a Management Analyst II with Capital Projects Administration. The Management Analyst II is part of the Capital Projects Administration team and will provide fiscal/accounting analysis, assistance with the preparation of the annual capital improvement program and budget, program monitoring and reports, and policy analysis functions.

IDEAL CANDIDATE   The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of Capital Projects Administration, specifically capital improvement programs, public sector fiscal systems or construction budgeting.  The Management Analyst II in this role will be able to work independently and within multidisciplinary teams, work with sensitive and confidential material, have the ability to adjust to rapidly shifting priorities, with proven management, analytical, and communication skills including the principles and practices of financial and policy analysis.

This examination is being given to fill one vacancy in the Capital Projects Administration division of the General Services Department and to establish an eligible list to fill future vacancies. Please be advised that Human Resources will only be accepting online applications for this recruitment. Resumes and paper applications will not be accepted in lieu of an online application. A completed application must be received online by the final filing deadline.

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