MANAGEMENT ANALYST, County Administrator
Company: Tarrant County
Posted on: September 18, 2022
Provides focused research, analysis, planning, and statistical data
maintenance services and support in order to facilitate the
County's long-term planning and policy development efforts in a
variety of areas, focusing on economic development and including
County operations, financial policies, citizen relations and
communications, grant programs, legislative interests,
intergovernmental programs, strategic planning, and other
Posting may close at any time .
RETENTION PAY ($$$) AVAILABLE FOR TARRANT COUNTY EMPLOYEES
Full-time employees : May be eligible to earn up to 3 retention
payments in 2022 totaling $4,900 ($1,000 on August 5th and
September 16th, and $2,900 on December 9th.)
Note: Employees must be employed on each payment date to be
Part-time and Substitute employees : May be eligible to earn up to
3 retention payments in 2022 totaling $1,000 ($250 on August 5th
and September 16th, and $500 on December 9th).
Note: To be eligible, part-time and substitute employees must work
an average of 16 hours in specific months preceding the payment
dates and be employed on each payment date to be eligible.
Tarrant County employees enjoy superior health, retirement, and
insurance benefits &
13 County Holidays
For more information, please click on the link below:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Provides a wide variety of professional-level survey, research,
and data analysis support to the County Administrator's Office
relating to a variety of County programs, projects, and initiatives
- Generates and maintains statistical data regarding local
demographic trends and economic activity.
- Develops and tracks performance indicators for use in bench
- Compiles data and prepares reports, studies, spreadsheets,
maps, and graphic presentations for budgeting, strategic planning,
and economic development purposes.
- Responds to inquiries and requests for data and information
from citizens, County departments, elected officials, governmental
agencies, and others.
- Gathers data and researches for development of reports,
marketing and informational material, webpage updates, financial
information, and other informational reports and publications.
- Provides policy analysis and program evaluation assistance in
the areas of budget, community and economic development, grants,
human resources, transportation, planning, human services, and
legislative issues as requested.
- Tracks and monitors progress of ongoing County projects,
contracts, grants, and capital improvement programs.
- Provides support to, attends, and participates in meetings of
various boards, committees, community groups and public meetings.
Conducts field research associated with studies and various
- Provides support to County legislative personnel including
coordination of witnesses and testimony on County-related
legislation, legislative bill analysis, and development of
resolutions and legislative position statements for consideration
by Commissioners Court.
- Communicates with local, federal, and state officials and
representatives to identify resources, needs, programs, funding,
and legislation that impact, affect, and enhance the efficiencies,
operations, and opportunities of County and other local government
- Provides specialized technical assistance, support, and
training to County departments as needed.
- Performs all other related duties as required.
NOTE: YOU MUST FILL OUT THE WORK HISTORY and EDUCATION SECTIONS OF
APPLICATION TO SHOW YOU HAVE YEARS OF EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION AS
REQUIRED BY HIRING DEPARTMENT OR BE DISQUALIFIED.
TO APPLY , must have a Bachelor's degree or higher from an
accredited college in Public Administration, Business
Administration, Planning, or related field.
TO APPLY , must have Two (2) full-time years of work experience
with emphasis in performance management, strategic planning,
business or public administration, economic and community
development, governmental/public agency accounting/ budgeting,
research and data analysis, or grants and contract management with
proven ability in a position requiring oral communication, writing,
research, and analytical, organizational, and computer skills
necessary to accomplish the job .
TO APPLY , must have a current and valid driver license. Note: A
Texas driver license is required to hold the position.
Master's degree in Planning, Organizational Management, Public or
Business Administration, or a related field preferred.
Must have strong ability to analyze problems, identify solutions,
project results, and adhere to strict deadlines.
Must be able to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and
in writing, and to prepare and arrange a variety of written,
statistical, and illustrative materials in an organized required
Must be able to work both independently and within a close-knit
team and to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with those contacted in the course of work including representative
from various public and governmental agencies, Commissioners Court,
and County departments. Requires demonstrated knowledge of the
principles and practices of planning, research and data analysis,
project development, administration, budgeting, evaluation, and
Must have knowledge and experience in the basic policies and
principles of public administration, economic and community
development, criminal justice, strategic planning, and grant
programs including methods and techniques of report preparation,
grant writing, website publishing, letter writing, and electronic
Must have advanced computer experience to create spreadsheets,
databases, publications, graphic materials, narrative reports,
application submissions, and correspondence and be knowledgeable in
techniques of conducting research including Internet research.
If hired, must provide proof of educational attainment
at New Hire Processing or during the promotional process.
Tarrant County will conduct background checks on new hires that
will include a criminal background check related to convictions and
deferred adjudications in the past seven years and may include
credit reports, motor vehicle records, employment records and
educational attainment. A conviction or deferred adjudication is
not an automatic bar to employment. Each case is considered
Physical Demands and Work Environment & Other Requirements
While performing the duties of this position, the incumbent is
regularly required to sit, stand, walk, bend, stoop, climb, push
Regular attendance is essential. Incumbent must arrive at work on
time, prepared to perform assigned duties and work assigned
schedule. Incumbent must have the ability to work well with others.
Incumbent must be able to perform the essential functions of the
position without posing a direct threat to the health and safety of
themselves and others. Requested accommodations to work hours and
schedules are considered on an individual basis.
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