Sheriffs Administrative Analyst (#RB6401)
$43.18-$52.49 Hourly / $7,484.53-$9,098.27 Monthly / $89,814.40-$109,179.20 Yearly


Under direction, performs difficult management, administrative, financial, analytical and related assignments in support of the Sheriff-Coroner's Department; and does related or other work as required in accordance with Rule 3, Section 3 of the Civil Service Rules.


An incumbent of this single position class provides staff support for the Sheriff-Coroner's Department by completing a wide range of difficult management, administrative financial and analytical and systems assignments. Assignments are carried out with considerable independence and are reviewed by the Sheriff's Administrative Officer or other superiors.


  • Performs detailed complex studies of policies, procedures, organization, personnel, operations, services, systems, finances, budget issues and related matters; analyzes administrative and operational processes and establishes automated and manual systems and procedures to insure proper management.
  • Participates in the analysis, preparation, review and administration of the Sheriff-Coroner Department budget.
  • Assists Sheriff's management and others on fiscal, organizational, procedural, system and related problems; prepares policies and procedure statements; reviews and analyzes legislation and prepares position statements and digests.
  • Monitors and analyzes inmate population characteristics and demographics; recommends administrative and operational changes to address changing needs.
  • Prepares detailed analyses and reports.
  • May supervise assigned staff.

    EducationGraduation from an accredited four year college or university with a major in public or business administration, economics, or social or behavioral science.

    Experience:  Four years of progressively responsible managerial, fiscal, personnel or governmental administrative and/or analytical work, two years of which must have been at a level equivalent to Management Analyst II in San Joaquin County service.


    Principles and practices in government administration including accounting, budgeting, finance, organizational planning and analysis, statistical analysis, research methods and report writing.


    Apply principles, practices, methods, and techniques of public administration, management analysis; statistics to the gathering, organizing and analysis of data in order to propose solutions to problems; understand, interpret, and apply pertinent rules, regulations, and procedures; express oneself clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with department heads and others at all levels, both within and outside the County.

    CLASS: RB6401; EST: 8/12/1987; REV: ;