Management Analyst Supervisor – CA2255
General Statement of Duties
Performs professional and supervisory work over analytical staff members, provides leadership and direction,
devises and evaluates performance standards for the assigned area(s), and develops long range and short term
goals and objectives for the assigned area(s) in conjunction with departmental plans and goals.
This class performs professional and supervisory work over analytical staff members. This class is distinguished
from Management Analyst IV that performs specialized, complex, and multi-dimensional analytical work which
includes conducting and executing studies/projects for areas with little or no procedural precedent which have
city-wide and/or major department(s) policy implications and providing top level management with information
necessary for decision-making and long-range organizational planning. Additionally, a Management Analyst IV
performs lead work and/or may supervise clerical and/or technical employees; whereas, a Management Analyst
Supervisor performs supervisory duties over professional staff. Generally, a Management Analyst IV and a
Management Analyst Supervisor report to management level positions. A Management Analyst Supervisor is
distinguished from a Manager I that manages an operational and/or functional area(s) and performs some
elements of supervision by recommending and implementing plans, procedures, policies, programs, and projects.
Guidelines, Difficulty and Decision-Making Level
Guidelines are in the form of stated objectives for the section, unit, function or project.
Work assignment is generally unstructured and employee is responsible for assigning and supervising a variety of
functions to achieve the objectives of the section, unit or project. Duties performed involve weighing and
evaluating factors requiring judgment, analytical ability and problem solving.
Employee is responsible for simultaneous coordination and supervision of several functions, programs or projects
in various stages of completion.
Level of Supervision Received & Quality Review
Under managerial direction, the employee has personal accountability for carrying out the work objectives of an
organizational unit or section within the scope of established guidelines and the mission of the agency or
department. Employee is expected to resolve problems that arise in the normal course of the work. Work may be
discussed with higher level supervisors and reviewed for soundness of judgment and feasibility of decisions.
Interpersonal Communication & Purpose
Contacts of a non-prescribed nature involving the negotiation and resolution of non-routine problems
encountered and where exceptional degrees of discretion and judgment and specialized knowledge are required in
carrying out the programs and policies of an organization.
Level of Supervision Exercised
Supervises two or more Management Analyst II and Management Analyst III positions.
Directs, plans, and evaluates the work of professional management analyst staff members, provides technical
expertise to staff, and establishes section and staff work programs and objectives.
Develops long range and short term planning initiatives, establishes policies, procedures, and practices related to
assigned function(s), reviews new policy proposals or revisions, and recommends changes in practices and
procedures to increase operating efficiency and expedite workflow.
Performs specialized and complex analytical work which includes conducting and executing studies/projects that
have major department policy implications and providing top level management with information necessary for
decision-making and long-range organizational planning.
Trains new staff members in management analysis techniques and methodologies, orients staff with appropriate
policies, standards, and procedures, and ensures that work conforms to departmental standards.
Serves on committees and builds and maintains effective relationships with managers and other stakeholders in
order to discuss and resolve issues/concerns, exchange information, and recommend changes to improve
operations and services.
Ensures that staff prepares comprehensive records, reports, and documentation that complies with standards and
Develops or modifies work plans, methods, and procedures and determines work priorities.
Assigns and distributes work, reviews work for accuracy and completeness, and returns assignments with
recommendations for proper completion.
Resolves problems encountered during daily operations and determines standards for problem resolution.
Develops goals, documents performance, provides performance feedback and formally evaluates the work of the
employee; provides reward and recognition for proper and efficient performance. Assists staff to achieve
performance standards and identifies opportunities for continual improvement to performance standards.
Responds to formal and informal employee grievances and prepares written response.
Documents causes for disciplinary action and initiates letters of reprimand and formal recommendations for
Provides work instruction and assists employees with difficult and/or unusual assignments.
By position, investigates sources of funding, writes grants, administers grant budget and funds, assists in the
development and implementation of the grant budget, approves expenditures, and ensures grant funds are used
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Any one position may not include all of the duties listed. However, the allocation of positions will be determined
by the amount of time spent in performing the essential duties listed above.
Administration and Management – Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic
planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and
Coaching – Provides others with clear direction, motivates, and empowers. Recruits staff of a high caliber and
provides staff with development opportunities and coaching.
Delivering Results – Sets high standards for quality, quantity, and timelines. Focuses on customer needs and
satisfaction. Consistently achieves project goals.
Influencing – Collaborates with, persuades and influences others.
Interpersonal Skills – Shows understanding, friendliness, courtesy, tact, empathy, cooperation, concern, and
politeness to others and relates well to different people from varied backgrounds and different situations.
Teaching others – Helps others learn through formal or informal methods; identifies training needs; provides
constructive feedback; coaches others on how to perform tasks; acts as a mentor.
Technical Competence – Uses knowledge that is acquired through formal training and extensive on-the-job
experience to perform one’s job, works with, understands, and evaluates technical information related to the job,
and advises others on technical issues.
Knowledge & Skills
Knowledge of planning, coordination, and execution of business functions, resource allocation, and production.
Knowledge of financial analysis and research techniques sufficient to be able to determine what information is
needed and secure, analyzes desired information, and integrates research into reports and/or databases.
Knowledge of supervisory theories and methods sufficient to be able to perform a variety of supervisory functions.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Management, or a related field.
Three (3) years of professional experience planning and conducting management studies including determining
study methods and procedures, analyzing data, developing recommendations and implementation strategies, and
preparing reports of findings and recommendations.
Education & Experience Equivalency
One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-
high school education.
Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements.
Licensure & Certification
Pressure due to multiple calls and inquiries.
Subject to many interruptions.
Level of Physical Demand
1-Sedentary (0-10 lbs.)
(Physical Demands are a general guide and specific positions will vary based on working conditions, locations, and
Sitting: remaining in the normal seated position.
Talking: expressing or exchanging ideas by means of spoken words.
Hearing: perceiving the nature of sounds by the ear.
Lifting: raising or lowering objects weighing no more than 10 pounds, from one level to another.
Background Check Requirement
Six (6) months.
Pay Grade: A-812
FLSA Code: Y
Management Level: 7
Established Date: 9/21/2018
Established By: Lori Schumann
TO APPLY FOR THIS JOB, please Contact Tyrone Abeyta, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720.233.2928.
ExperienceLess than 10 yrs
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