Program Analyst II
The San Diego Workforce Partnership, Inc. (SDWP) is a non-profit entity chartered by the City and County of San Diego to administer employment and training programs that empower job seekers to meet the current and future workforce needs of employers in San Diego County.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Assists in the development and maintenance of department budgets;
- monitors expenditures and income to assure availability of funds;
- makes projections regarding expenditure patterns;
- prepares financial reports; assists in the preparation of grant proposals by verifying potential operating costs;
- prepares and processes purchase requisitions and on-line supply orders;
- assists in resolving financial discrepancies between funding agencies and San Diego Workforce Partnership;
- tracks and oversees completion of required financial forms and other accounting documents;
- approves invoices and contracts for payment; initiates budget transfers and modifications.
Data Management and Analysis:
- Creates and maintains databases;
- enters and retrieves data; analyzes data, creates queries and produces custom reports from databases;
- assists in the development and administering of survey instruments, forms, and questionnaires;
- monitors record-keeping procedures for accuracy, and compiles data;
- reviews and prepares program reports and data;
- documents the survey/data review process and product.
- Responsible for coordinating financial aspects of grants and projects;
- develops system for data collection, reporting criteria and grant records;
- researches and compiles statistics and data for grants and projects;
- may assist in writing narratives for grant proposals, monitors grant/project timeline;
- reviews grant letters; creates, monitors and maintains audit files for program compliance;
- Provide assistance to develop procedures to fulfill grant and project objectives and criteria;
- may prepare memorandums of understanding (MOU) for agencies;
- works with agencies to resolve concerns and issues;
- prepares board agenda items;
- prepares reports including statistical summaries and comparisons;
- assists in monitoring revenue and expenditures for grants and projects.
- Researches and responds to inquiries and makes referrals to appropriate resources;
- acts as liaison for department to finance and WIOA funded training providers;
- researches and provides client information in written or verbal form;
- provides technical support, monitoring, and training for WIOA funded training providers;
- prepares correspondence for the department.
Any combination of education, training and/or experience equivalent to the completion of Bachelors Degree including coursework, experience, and training in, accounting, technical writing, basic statistics, or similar field; progressive experience working in a public agency or educational office environment.
Knowledge of: Accounting and budget principles; research methods; principles of data review and reporting; standard office procedures and practices related to recordkeeping and finance; proper English grammar, punctuation, and spelling; proofreading; customer service skills; advanced skills in standard software applications including Microsoft Office; effective telephone techniques.
Skill and Ability to: Prepare clear and concise written communications and make oral presentations; analyze complex data and budget review; communicate effectively with diverse groups; operate standard office equipment; calculate statistics including mathematical averages and percentages; set up and maintain relational database files, perform queries, and retrieve data to prepare reports; adapt to changing technology; work independently; organize and prioritize work; coordinate a variety of projects simultaneously; read, interpret, research, explain and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures relating to department business; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
This position is a Level II (L2) in SDWP’s career path (levels 0-8). The salary range for (L2) is $47,476 - $65,000. New employees typically start at the lower end of this range, but salary is commensurate with experience, related skills and education. SDWP offers a competitive benefits package, generous PTO and 11 paid holidays.
No phone calls accepted, Principals only.
Employees are under an independent, merit-based personnel system and are not employees of the federal, state or local government. SDWP is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.