Management Analyst I (Salary: $85,800.03 – $103,661.26 annually)
Management Analyst II (Salary: $94,916.56 – $114,680.20 annually)
***Openings Available in Public Works Department and Napa Police Department***
WANTED: The City of Napa is seeking outstanding professionals who are experienced in budget development and contract management, passionate about providing excellent customer service, and highly-motivated to lead process improvements while supporting a positive team-focused environment.
Do you enjoy producing excellent work in the areas of budgeting, purchasing, and contract management? Are you interested in a professional role within Public Works Administration and/or Napa Police Department? Has your collaborative work style allowed you to build value that has made positive impact? Then APPLY today to join a hardworking team that strives to deliver crucial services, such as infrastructure and public safety, to the community we serve!
About the Positions in Public Works Administration and Napa Police Department
The City is seeking applicants for two (2) Management Analyst I/II openings: one (1) in the Public Works Department and one (1) in the Police Department. Both departments are looking for team players with strong communication, analytical, and collaboration skills and customer service experience.
Public Works: The Management Analyst I/II serves as a key role in the Public Works Department Administrative Division and is a member of the department’s Management Team. Working from the Corporation Yard, the Management Analyst I/II will support the City’s Fleet Management, Facilities Maintenance, Electrical, Paving, Concrete, Downtown Maintenance, and Sign Shop Programs through budget development and management, purchasing, contract and program management, records management, grant application and management, and preparation of Council agenda reports.
Police: The Management Analyst I/II serves as a key role in the Police Department Administrative Division by working closely with our Police Chief and members of the Command Staff, including Police Captains, Police Lieutenants, 911 Communications Manager and Police Records Bureau Administrator to manage the department’s budget, administer purchasing, invoicing, contract management, payroll, and timekeeping duties, perform grant application and management, and prepare Council agenda reports. Please note that Napa Police Department requires all applicants to undergo a thorough background investigation prior to any appointment in accordance to the Police Department Recruitment and Selection Standards Policy.
Ideal candidates for this position will have a record of demonstrating the following competencies:
Technical Knowledge and Skill – Demonstrates knowledge and skills related to: budget development, budget management, program management, purchasing and contract management, research, data analysis, report writing and drafting presentations.
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.
This recruitment and examination is being conducted to fill multiple full-time vacancies in both our Public Works Department and Napa Police Department, and may be used to fill similar future full-time vacancies as they occur during the active status of the employment list. The active status of this employment list will be at least six (6) months unless abolished sooner or extended beyond that date in accordance with the Civil Service Rules.
Positions in this classification are flexibly staffed. This position may be appointed at the I or II level depending upon qualifications and experience.
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For a full, detailed job description for Management Analyst II, please click here.
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