1827 Administrative Services Manager
|Department||Public Utilities Commission|
|Date Opened||6/7/2021 08:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||6/11/2021 5:00:00 PM|
|Salary||$49.08 - $59.65/hour; $8,506.00 - $10,339.00/month; $102,076.00 - $124,072.00/year|
|Job Type||Permanent Exempt|
- Manages administrative and support functions in areas such as hiring plans, contracts, and personnel
- Provides support and consultation to the Assistant General Manager and bureau managers for Infrastructure
- Analyzes and evaluates the performance of personnel in coordination with management to ensure employees are meeting expectations of their classifications and subspecialties; makes recommendations and suggests revisions to work plans if necessary
- Makes regular contacts with candidates, employees, hiring managers, other agencies and personnel at various levels to furnish and obtain information; and gathers, prepares, compiles, reviews and maintains important and confidential personnel information, reports and records
- Prepares, analyzes and presents documents and reports to management, using a variety of data sources, such as databases, spreadsheets relating to budgets, expenditures, purchases, and contracts
- Collaborates with internal and external stakeholders including SFPUC Human Resources and other SFPUC Enterprises or Bureaus, to align Racial Equity Plan objectives and other initiatives with SFPUC programs and strategies
- Develops and leads new Infrastructure Division diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives to achieve organizational change around diversity, equity and inclusion
- Serves as the Infrastructure subject matter expert on diversity, equity, and inclusion issues
- A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university; AND
- Four (4) years of professional administrative/management experience which includes budget development, contract and financial administration, and personnel administration; two (2) years of this experience must include supervisory experience
- Experience in data analysis, including racial demographics, disparate outcomes by race, and measures of implicit of explicit bias
- Experience in a government organization and/or large organization
- Experience in outreaching to external networks in order to get diverse applicant pools and coordinating outreach events
- Experience presenting in front of an audience
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
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