The Management Analyst, as a professional staff person, will provide support to all programs and divisions of the Office of Housing. Some specific items are the preparation of program reports and spreadsheets; the handling of office Human Resources matters; supporting the Administration/Finance Division Chief in all fiscal matters and supporting housing planning initiatives.
- Handles all personnel matters relating to filling vacancies including preparing job announcements, placing advertisements, processing paperwork, and hiring processes, and maintaining office and personnel files;
- Support Housing Planning Initiatives;
- Prepares special reports and spreadsheets for all divisions;
- Handles performance accounting, purchase requisitions, ordering supplies, payment vouchers, refunds, travel vouchers, and procurement p-card transaction management;
- Processes time and attendance reports using Kronos, verifying accuracy of entries, and maintains telework records;
- Performs related work as required.
The Ideal Candidate
To qualify for this position, all candidates must possess four-year college degree; and one year of experience in management analysis, customer services resolving end-user problems, or a closely-related field; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
To be considered an ideal candidate, a candidate must also possess experience in public administration, human resources, finance accounting, creating spreadsheets and budget preparation, vendor procurement methods, development and review of performance indicators, report presentation; ability to analyze, interpret and report research findings; ability to perform the tasks independently and to make decisions in the absence of the supervisor; ability to maintain effective working relationships; ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing.
About the Department
The Office of Housing coordinates and administers City housing and housing-related programs and services and makes recommendations to the City Manager and City Council on housing policy and potential affordable housing investments. Its major divisions are Program Administration, Landlord-Tenant Relations, and Program Implementation. If you are curious for a broader view of our City government click here, or for a broader view of the City of Alexandria click here.