$5,145 – $6,895 a month
Full Job Description
The City of Beaverton is seeking a highly qualified and experienced individual who excels in advisory, analytical and administrative professional services to support the City’s Water Supply Improvement Program (WSIP) in the Engineering division of the Public Works Department. The WSIP is a $165 million capital improvement program that is partially funded through the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA).
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing professional support and analysis of the WSIP. This position requires practical knowledge of applicable financial principles, policies, practices, and procedures. The successful incumbent will assist with meeting federal compliance requirements, developing reporting processes, presentations, grant applications, budgeting analysis, and other special projects. This position will report directly to the Public Works Department City Engineer and will work closely with program and project managers.
The City of Beaverton Public Works Department is a community-focused, American Public Works Association (APWA) accredited agency committed to serving the culturally rich community of Beaverton. The Department is comprised of both enterprise and general funds. The Department interacts with various special districts and intergovernmental agencies throughout the Portland metro area. The city is seeking a candidate who is customer-focused, analytical and detail-oriented.
This is a Management-2, exempt position. There is one vacancy.
Please note: Experience and skills will be reviewed via the main application submission. Additional attachments or supporting documentation included with your application may not be reviewed.
Depending upon assignment, the incumbent may perform a combination of some or all of the following duties or may be assigned activities, duties or responsibilities not expressly listed within this classification specification of similar scope and nature.
Prepare reports and compile documentation to assist staff with project reimbursement, contracting, and auditing.
Develop tools, templates, and processes to assist project managers meet federal compliance requirements for federal and state funded projects.
Consult with management to initiate studies and identify priorities. Gather, analyze, track and monitor data.
Assist management staff with section budgets and department performance measures.
Develop work plans, timelines and resource allocations for assigned projects and monitor progress to ensure objectives are met.
Research, develop and write department communication tools such as department newsletter, annual report, departmental policies, and City Council agenda items.
Provide direction and set standards for excellence in internal and external customer service. Promote professional and courteous behavior with a creative approach to problem resolution that creates a positive experience for the customer.
Create a workplace that promotes the organizational values of workplace diversity, equity and inclusion and actively promotes an environment respectful of living and working in a multicultural society.
Assist in creating a positive and supportive work environment with a culture of teamwork and communication.
Actively promote an environment respectful of living and working in a multicultural society.
Perform duties outlined in the Management Analyst classification or other duties as assigned – Class Specifications
The ideal candidate will have an understanding of practices and principles of municipal government; laws and regulations governing municipal government programs, policies, processes and procedures; municipal budget procedures and basic mathematical and statistical principles. The person will be able to conduct research and analyze data; develop policies, programs and performance measures; and demonstrate effective leadership and communication to employees, contractors, public officials, other agencies, customers and the general public.
Bachelor’s degree in business/public administration/accounting or related field and 2 years of experience in an analytical position includes responsibility for budgeting, contracting, communications, program development, strong computer and software skills, or an equivalent combination of education and experience enabling the incumbent to perform the essential functions of the position.
Valid driver’s license and the ability to meet the city’s driving standards.
Ability to pass reference checks, a degree verification check and satisfy the requirements of a background check.
MPA or MBA.
Wage Range: $5145.45 – $6895.42 per month
Starting wage will be determined depending on relevant work experience. The city pays the full retirement contribution to PERS; provides employees with an opportunity to participate in a deferred compensation retirement plan; and offers excellent health, dental, vision and life insurance coverage. The city also has available a tuition reimbursement program and a public service loan forgiveness program.