Under the general supervision of the Staff Services Manager II, Workload Planning Section (WLP), the Staff Services Analyst performs work of average difficulty. The Analyst acts as the Workload Panning Analyst in coordination with the WLP Analyst (Associate Governmental Program Analyst). The incumbent performs the duties necessary to draft and finalize the official Board Meeting Minutes required pursuant to the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act, and the duties associated with Member requests, special projects, and recording and interpreting statistical data. The Analyst drafts and presents new and amended policies and procedures for the WLP section. The Analyst is responsible for the evaluation and analysis of current and pending legislation and performs other duties as required. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
Candidate must be able to perform the essential job functions (*) with or without reasonable accommodation.
In order to be considered for this position, you must complete and submit the following Supplemental Questionnaire (SQ):
1. Summarize your relevant educational background, and any training/experience that qualifies you for serving as a Staff Services Analyst in the Workload Planning Section.
2. Describe your experience working in a politically sensitive environment.
Responses to all questions must be no more than two pages single-spaced. Applications received without responses to the SQ will not be considered.
290 - 333 - 5157 - 028
Board Proceedings Division
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Board Proceedings Division 450 N Street, MIC: 80 Sacramento, CA 95814
Ana Falero (916) 322-2270
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