Management Analyst II (#RB6512)
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$38.22-$46.45 Hourly / $6,624.21-$8,051.76 Monthly / $79,490.52-$96,621.22 Yearly


Under general supervision, performs varied administrative, research, financial, and other work relative to the operations of various County departments; and does related or other work as required in accordance with Rule 3, Section 3 of the Civil Service Rules.


This is the journey level class in the Management Analyst series. An employee in this class functions independently in a variety of assignments designed to assist County management staff in the administration of one or more County departments.


  • Gathers information and data necessary for the study of policies, procedures, organization, operations, services, finances and other related matters; tabulates, charts data; and analyzes data gathered by statistical and other techniques.
  • Performs general systems, procedures, workload, workflow and other studies.
  • Conducts space need and property control studies.
  • Reviews and analyzes departmental budgets; may monitor and administer department budget.
  • Assists in preparation of capital improvement program.
  • Researches and analyzes laws, policies, and other regulatory requirements and changes; develops policy statements for management approval.
  • Confers with representatives of other agencies or departments; coordinates projects; serves as liaison between departments.
  • Prepares reports of studies and recommendations; prepares and answers correspondence and questionnaires.
  • May supervise others as assigned.


Education: Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a major in public or business administration, economics, social or behavioral science, or a closely related field.

Experience: Two years of management, administrative, financial, budget, or personnel work requiring analysis and interpretation of data.

Substitution: A Master's Degree in public or business administration, economics, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university may be substituted for one year of experience.


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


Learn principles, practices, methods and techniques of public administration, management analysis, and statistics to the gathering, organizing and analysis of data; present data in charts, graphs and appropriate forms; express oneself clearly and concisely both orally and in writing; prepare comprehensive reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.


San Joaquin County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and, upon request, will consider reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.

CLASS: RB6512; EST: 6/27/1973; REV: 8/12/1987;