Senior Administrative Analyst
Conducts and may lead complex research and analyses in a variety of areas; prepares written
reports, presents findings and recommendations, and makes presentations.
Develops scopes of work, specifications, schedules, budgets and complex solicitations and contracts
for a range of projects; participates in the evaluation of proposals; negotiates terms, conditions and
cost, and independently resolves complex contractual issues.
Plans and coordinates projects within area of responsibility, including developing scope, methodology,
quality control measures, budget and schedule.
Conducts cost benefit, statistical, and trending analyses in order to make recommendations on
business and financial issues such as cost management, revenue generation, water rate support, and
water supply resource investments and programs.
Assists in providing enterprise-wide program administration for services that may include taxation,
debt financing, and setting of rates and charges, and development of financial systems, budgeting,
financial reporting, and internal control assessments.
Authors complex reports, studies, manuals, training materials, procedures, Board letters, and other
documents for management, the Board, and external entities; develops formats to facilitate clear
understanding of materials to be presented.
Monitors and analyzes proposed legislation and pending changes in state and federal programs and
regulations in terms of the potential impact on the Company; consults with other agencies and
internal technical staff on bills of mutual interest.
Analyzes budgetary, financial, and statistical data; analyzes variances and recommends corrective
measures; develops budget and budget reports, technical information, and analyses to assist
management in budget administration and compliance; evaluates the impact of staffing and
organizational changes or other management directives on budget allocations and recommends
Acts as Project Manager; plans, coordinates, and conducts projects within area of responsibility,
including monitoring scope, quality, budget and schedule.
Performs other related Administrative Analyst job duties as required.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field and six years of relevant experience; or Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field and four years of relevant experience; or two years in a Company Analyst classification.
Required Knowledge of:
Someone who has an understanding and hands on Oracle experience.
Principles, procedures, and practices of business management and analysis; project management; budgeting or finance; financial tracking systems; contract development and administration; pertinent laws, codes and regulations; and current office technology and equipment.
Required Skills and Abilities to:
Identify, analyze and resolve complex budgetary, procedural, and organizational issues and implement modifications to existing programs, systems, and procedures; provide project management support and manage projects; research, gather and compile data; prepare and review correspondence, documents, and reports; administer contracts; prepare clear and concise reports; monitor budgets and utilize financial tracking systems; use applicable software applications; prepare & deliver presentations; organize and prioritize work; use independent judgment and exercise discretion; problem solve;
prioritize and multi-task; communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; work independently and in a team environment; lead and train; and operate current office equipment including computers and supporting applications.