In the Planning and Management section, under the direction of a Senior Right of Way Agent serving as the Branch Chief, the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) is responsible for providing expert advice and consultation on Right of Way Capital issues to various Right of Way sections and others in the District whose action or request may affect Right of Way Capital Program. The AGPA independently performed complex and varied administrative duties involved in Capital budgeting and monitoring, project scheduling and funding, and spending projections. The AGPA defines the problems, researches the relevant factors and performs in-depth analysis of complex and technical data sets. Alternatives are assessed. In final, chain of reasoning that leads to and supports the best course of action links the most significant factors. At this level, informed sound judgment is essential. The AGPA provides direction and training to R/W staff as regards to R/W capital issues and counsel to management when asked as indicated. The AGPA is expected to complete assignments and perform with a high degree of independence of action and accuracy. Applications will be screened; interviews may be held. Rank and File.
To be considered for this vacancy you must have transfer eligibility based on present or past state civil service eligibility, or passed an exam for this classification, or persons with State Restriction of Appointment (SROA) or surplus status.
ALL APPLICANTS MUST CLEARLY INDICATE THE BASIS OF THEIR ELIGIBILITY (I.E., LIST ELIGIBLE, TRANSFER, SROA/SURPLUS, RE-EMPLOYMENT OR REINSTATEMENT) IN BOX 12 “EXPLANATIONS” ON THE STATE APPLICATION FORM (STD. 678).
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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