$74.45-$95.05 Hourly / $12,905.00-$16,475.00 Monthly / $154,856.00-$197,704.00 Yearly
Distinctions between class levels in the management series are based on the program's complexity, sensitivity and/or size, organizational impact, the nature and number of functions/programs managed, decision-making responsibility, level of supervision exercised, nature of positions supervised, and the nature and scope of duties assumed such as hand-on work rather than planning and policy development activities.
Incumbents in this class typically assume responsibility for divisions of medium/large size performing technically complex functions which are organized into multiple or diverse sections and/or units.
The Manager V class is distinguished from the Manager IV class by the latter's division-wide responsibility for multiple functional program areas or complex program areas.
The Manager V class is further distinguished from the Manager VI class by the latter's responsibility for major complex, functionally-related areas organized into multiple departmental divisions. Incumbents in these positions develop and establish policies and procedures and make decisions which impact the daily operations including management and allocation of resources for a major organizational unit (division/bureau/area.) Decisions made by incumbents affect multiple divisions and impact the economic vitality of city government or the health and welfare of a segment of the public. These Managers typically interact with executive and regulatory representatives and negotiate solutions to major issues which may involve policy and procedural changes.
1. Plans, monitors, evaluates, and supervises the operation of a division of a city department; coordinates the work of the various subdivisions; advises and consults with section managers; meets with appropriate staff to identify and resolve problems or conflicts; makes or recommends final decisions regarding policy, operations, and administrative procedures.
2. Develops, implements and maintains procedures, administrative monitoring practices and controls in order to obtain smooth and effective operation of a division; coordinates work activities of one division with other divisions within the department to prevent delays in required actions or to improve programs or services; assists in the identification, development and implementation of departmental goals, objectives, policies, and priorities; assists in the determination of resource allocation and levels of service according to established policies.
3. Receives and analyzes division and departmental reports; directs the preparation of monthly and annual reports; directs the gathering and analysis of information and reports necessary to document and evaluate processes.
4. Monitors the work of and coaches subordinates to improve performance.
5. Directs the allocation of resources to achieve timely outcomes and measurable goals within budget; adjusts plans and programs to meet emerging or new programs, while continuing to address major departmental priorities.
6. Monitors and evaluates the effectiveness and efficiency of the division's service delivery system, organizational structure, staffing levels, financial systems, and other internal operations; identifies and recommends alternative approaches or improvements; implements revisions, adjustments and changes.
7. May serve as liaison for the Department with a variety of other City/County staff, policy-making officials, and officials of outside agencies; explains and justifies Departmental or administrative procedures, policies, or programs; negotiates and resolves difficult and complex issues and problems.
8. May plan, develop, implement or direct major or complex projects or programs which span a number of the department's established sections or divisions; directs the research of complex, highly technical issues; analyzes alternative solutions or approaches; recommends most effective course of action.
9. Oversees and administers division budget; directs and monitors expenditures in accordance with the approved budget; directs the preparation and maintenance of a wide variety of statistical, fiscal, and operational reports and studies; and provides executive management with an early warning and practical options to potential cost overruns.
Knowledge of: Federal, State, and local rules and regulations pertaining to assigned division, project, or program; principles and practices of management, administration, budgeting, training and personnel management.
Ability to: manage, supervise, train, and coordinate complex functional areas of responsibility and groups of employees; identify, analyze and report upon activities, issues, and problems and recommend appropriate solutions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with departmental staff, representatives of other agencies and the public; present facts clearly and concisely orally and in writing; and make group presentations.
Special Qualifications including specialized knowledge, abilities, education, experience, or license may be established for individual positions.