Number of Vacancies: 1
|Department||Neighborhood Community Affairs|
|Open Date||6/21/2022 5:00:00 PM|
|Filing Deadline||7/5/2022 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$29.00 - $43.40/hour; $5,026.67 - $7,522.67/month; $60,320.00 - $90,272.00/year|
|Type of Recruitment||Open|
Plans, conducts, and participates in major studies of municipal organization components and their functions in order to design, develop, and recommend improved policies, procedures, organizational structures, work methods, forms, and other management tools; develops research methodology and timetables for major projects; assigns and directs the work of lower level employees on a project basis.
Collects and analyzes data through observation of work performance, interviews, and application of such methods as personnel task lists, time and motion study, work sampling, and various statistical processes; analyzes the structure and tasks of the organizational component being studied; reviews work flow and physical layout of offices and other work areas to determine their operating efficiency; charts paper and inventory flow to determine the most expedient processing methods; utilizes cost/benefit analysis to formulate recommendations relating to capital purchases; analyzes manual systems to determine feasibility of computerization; analyzes automated systems to determine possible improvements in related forms, reports, and documentation.
Prepares and presents written and/or oral reports of findings to supervisor and affected managerial personnel; develops implementation plans and schedules if study recommendations are accepted; trains affected personnel in the use of new systems and procedures; monitors implementation and conducts follow-up studies to determine compliance with new system and evaluate its performance.
Considerable knowledge of: principles, techniques, and procedures of management methods and systems analysis.
Working knowledge of: statistical analysis; municipal administration and organization; principles of organization and management; computer applications.
Ability to: collect and analyze data and draw sound conclusions; formulate and present recommendations and implementation methods; train user personnel in new systems and procedures; prepare and present oral and/or written reports; assign and review the work of others when required; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and managerial personnel.
Evaluation of education and experience. Drug testing is included in all pre-employment processing.
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