• Full Time
  • Napa, CA
  • $94,610.14 - $125,725.80 Annually USD / Year

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Management Analyst I (Salary: $94,610.14 – $114,298.07 annually)
Management Analyst II (Salary: $104,058.59 – $125,725.80 annually)

Do you have expertise in areas such as law enforcement training records management, mandated reporting measures, transparency reporting requirements, and California Public Records Act (CPRA) requests? Are you someone who can work independently while supporting police officers, dispatchers, and other professional staff members? Are you eager to manage a wide range and high volume of projects? Are you passionate about growing your career in local government?

Napa Police Department is seeking an outstanding professional who is highly motivated to lead process improvements within our agency, and passionate about providing exceptional customer service both internally and externally.

APPLY TODAY to join a hardworking team that strives to make our community and organization a better place!

The City of Napa is seeking applicants for one (1) Management Analyst I/II opening in Napa Police Department. The Management Analyst I/II serves as a key role in the Police Department Administration Division by working closely with our Police Chief and members of Command Staff, including Police Captains, Police Lieutenants, 911 Communications Manager, and Police Records Bureau Administrator to support the needs of the department.

Currently, the Administration Division consists of our Police Chief, one Administrative Police Captain, one Administrative Lieutenant, one Administrative Secretary, and one Management Analyst I/II in addition to this new Management Analyst I/II opening. Our new Management Analyst I/II will perform a variety of challenging, complex, detailed and highly responsible administrative and technical duties in support of the activities and services of the Police Department.

As a Management Analyst I/II, you will be responsible for managing training records, complying with mandated reporting measures, and handling transparency reporting requirements. This Management Analyst I/II position will also assist with responding to California Public Records Act (CPRA) requests within the Police Department by collecting responsive records, compiling a high volume of records, and serving as a department liaison for the City’s electronic PRA software and online transparency portal, NextRequest. This position will also be tasked with duties such making complex redactions and acting as a department website administrator to ensure compliance with online transparency requirements.

The Management Analyst I/II will execute projects in specialized areas, as directed by Command Staff, and coordinate assignments with your fellow Management Analyst I/II in the Administration Division to provide back-up coverage and respond to department needs accordingly. These duties may include managing the department’s budget, administering purchasing, invoicing, contract management, payroll, and timekeeping duties, performing grant application, reporting, and management, and preparing Council agenda reports.

Napa Police Department is looking for a team player with strong communication, analytical, and collaboration skills, and an individual who is dedicated towards public service. If you are someone who loves managing training records, analyzing complex data and a high volume of records, thrives in a team-oriented atmosphere, and enjoys face-to-face interactions while working in the office, then apply today to join Napa Police Department. Applicants with prior experience working for a law enforcement agency (or in a municipal government setting) are strongly encouraged to apply!

Ideal candidates for this position will have a record of demonstrating the following competencies:

Technical Knowledge and Skills – Demonstrates technical, functional, and/or professional knowledge and skills in position-related areas such law enforcement training records management, mandated reporting measures, transparency reporting requirements, California Public Records Act (CPRA) requests, research, and data analysis; keeping up with current developments and trends in areas of expertise; leveraging expert knowledge to accomplish results.

Coaching & Developing Others – Providing feedback, instruction, and development to help others excel in their current or future job responsibilities; planning and supporting the development of individual skills and abilities.

Planning & Organizing – Establishing action plans to complete work efficiently and on time by setting priorities, establishing timelines and using resources.

Political Acumen – Exhibiting confidence and professional tact while relating to people at all levels internally and externally.

Managing Relationships – Developing relationships within and across work groups to achieve results.
Customer Focus – Dedication to public service to provide an experience that satisfies both internal and external customers.

Critical Analysis – Collecting information from a variety of sources and validating, organizing, and/or analyzing data to report on progress, anticipating needs, or making vital adjustments to processes.

Acting with Integrity – Demonstrating honesty; keeping commitments made to others; behaving in a consistent manner; keeping information confidential; adhering to moral, ethical, and professional standards, regulations, and policies.

Optimizing Diversity – Establishing and supporting department systems, policies, and practices that reduce barriers and use the capabilities and insights of individuals with a diverse set of backgrounds, cultures, styles, abilities, and motivation.

Building Trust – Using appropriate interpersonal styles to establish effective relationships; interacting with others in a way that promotes openness and trust and gives them confidence in one’s intentions.

A career with the Napa Police Department offers many rewards including competitive salaries, excellent benefits, opportunities to make a significant positive impact on the community, and a wide variety of work and challenges. In addition to the competitive salary listed above, the City of Napa offers an attractive benefits package including:

-Vacation – New employees can accrue up to 120 hours annually.
-Paid Holidays – 15 paid days per year.
-Extra Paid Time Off – 104 hours (13 days) of Management Leave per year.
-Sick Leave – Employees can accrue up to 96 hours annually.
-Dental and Medical Insurance Plans – The City provides significant contributions to dental and medical plans.
-Retirement – The City participates in the CalPERS retirement pension system.
-Deferred Compensation Program – Employees are eligible to enroll in a 457 Plan and the City contributes $142 per month to 401(A) plan.
-Life Insurance and AD&D – $100,000 of coverage paid for by the City.
-Phone Stipend
-Tuition Reimbursement

***Please note that Napa Police Department requires all applicants to undergo a thorough background investigation prior to appointment.***

Positions in this classification are flexibly staffed. This position may be appointed at the I or II level depending upon qualifications and experience.

For a full, detailed job description for Management Analyst I, please click here.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/napacity/classspecs?keywords=management%20ana&pagetype=classSpecifications&specId=89243

For a full, detailed job description for Management Analyst II, please click here.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/napacity/classspecs?keywords=management%20analyst&pagetype=classSpecifications&specId=53621

This recruitment and examination is being conducted to fill one (1) vacancy and may be used to fill future similar vacancies as they occur during the active status of the employment list. The active status of this employment list will be for six (6) months unless abolished sooner or extended beyond that date in accordance with the Civil Service Rules.

MISSION STATEMENT for the City of Napa

Rooted in public service, our mission is to grow a vibrant, sustainable community for all who live in, work in, and visit the City of Napa, through thoughtful leadership and dedication to excellence.

CORE VALUES for the City of Napa

Integrity – Consistently demonstrating the highest level of ethical conduct with accountability and pride.
Service – Engaging in meaningful work to care for our community through resourceful dedication and humble actions.
Inclusion – Creating a sense of ease and belonging through respect, acceptance, and mindfulness of our collective diversity.
Collaboration – Working together with a shared purpose while respectfully considering all voices to achieve common goals, solutions, and greater outcomes.

***NOTE:  CITY OF NAPA EMPLOYEES SHOULD USE A PERSONAL EMAIL ADDRESS DURING THE APPLICATION PROCESS***

SELECTION PROCESS
The City of Napa utilizes a Civil Service Selection System founded on merit. Such a system is competitive and based on broad outreach efforts and equal opportunity for qualified applicants to take part in a process designed to determine the qualifications, fitness and ability of competitors to perform duties of the vacant position. Many of our recruitments are targeted and specific to the needs of a current vacant position, in which case, an eligible list may be exclusively used for that current vacant position. Other recruitments and eligible lists may be more broadly used for both current and future vacancies, or for other alternate jobs with comparable scopes of work.

What happens next?
We will review your application and all supplemental materials to select the best qualified applicants to continue in the selection process. Application appraisal includes a review of qualifications, education, training, and experience related to the job, as well as supplemental questions if applicable.
Applicants moving forward in the selection process may be asked to participate in any combination of the following (at any phase of the selection process): online assessment, written examination, job-related exercise, phone interview, and panel interview. These testing steps may be conducted on a pass/fail basis, and/or percentage-based scoring methodology.

Based on the City Charter, the final phase of the selection process is the Probationary Period, which in most cases is six (6) months but may be twelve (12) months depending on the classification.
When three or fewer candidates are available, the testing procedures outlined in the Job Announcement may be waived by the Human Resources Department.
Language Equity

If you need assistance with the recruitment and selection process in Spanish, contact us at 707-257-9505. These request will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Si necesita ayuda con el proceso de reclutamiento y selección en español, contáctenos al 707-257-9505. Estas solicitudes se evaluarán caso por caso.
Reasonable Accommodations

The City of Napa Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate qualified disabled applicants. Individuals with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation in the testing process must inform the HR Department in writing by the final filing date. A Reasonable Accommodation Request Form is available from HR and may be obtained by calling 707-257-9505, or dial 7-1-1 for the California Relay Service, offering free text-to-speech, speech-to-speech, and Spanish-language services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The City of Napa is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we believe that a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace will maximize our talents to benefit the residents we serve.

To apply for this job please visit www.governmentjobs.com.