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Position Description

The City of Walnut Creek is seeking a full-time Administrative Analyst to join the City Manager’s Office. This is an at-will position and serves at the will of the City Manager.

Salary   
The current salary range is $96,935 to $131,116 annually. Placement in the range will depend on qualifications. Upon approval of City Council on June 18, 2024, there will be a 7% increase to the annual salary. The new salary will be $103,720 to $140,294 effective July 1, 2024.

Closing Date 
The closing date for this recruitment is Wednesday, June 12, 2024, at 5:00 PM PST.

What’s great about this opportunity:

Working in the City Manager’s Office and having exposure to the innerworkings of City government;
Flexible and hybrid work schedule options are available; and
Paid professional development training and certifications.

About the Department
The City Manager’s Office oversees the activities of city departments, implements policies set by the city council, and ensures that City services are efficiently delivered.

The four divisions in the City Manager’s Office include the City Clerk’s Office, Economic Development, Communications & Community Outreach, and a division comprised of Risk Management, Sustainability and Climate Action, and Emergency Preparedness. The City Manager’s Office has 15.5 full-time employees and a FY 2025 department budget of $10.2 million.

The City Manager’s Office strives to continually enhance the quality of life of all residents, support the policy objectives of the City Council, and provide leadership and support to all City departments. The Administrative Analyst will work to further the commitment to make a difference in the community and the organization.

About the Position
This position may be filled at an Administrative Analyst I or II level. The Administrative Analyst I is the entry-level class, and the Administrative Analyst II is experienced and performs at a more independent, responsible, and difficult or complex level.

Under general supervision, an Administrative Analyst I performs a variety of professional, administrative, and analytical work; conducts various studies of municipal programs, operations, services, and policies; and may have programmatic responsibilities.

Under administrative direction, an Administrative Analyst II provides a variety of professional administrative staff support; manages projects and programs; conducts comprehensive analysis of a wide range of municipal programs, operations, services, and policies; and supervises assigned staff.

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