Senior Management Analyst | Town of Greenwich Employment
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General Statement of Duties The Senior Management Analyst
manages complex and confidential operational and administrative
projects that transcend department lines or require a high degree
of specialized knowledge. Projects may include major service
restructuring plans and activities, organizational development,
best practice analysis and process improvement in a variety of Town
operations such as budget development and control; accounting and
fiscal reporting; staffing; purchasing; facilities development;
space and program planning; and operational planning and
evaluation. Depending on the project, to accomplish goals the
Analyst either acts independently and executes specific actions
directly or directs and supervises the work of assigned staff. The
Analyst exercises considerable initiative and independent judgment
within an assigned area of responsibility.
The Senior Management Analyst works under the direction of the
First Selectman and the Town Administrator.
Qualifications EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in
Business, Finance, Public Administration or a closely related
field. Master's Degree in Public Administration preferred.
Six (6) years responsible experience in one of the fields listed
above of which at least three (3) years have been directing or
coordinating programs, projects and personnel.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Thorough knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures
of business administration, financial management, process
management and control.
Demonstrated ability to apply management principles and
procedures to operational processes in modern governmental or
Knowledge of local, State and Federal rules, regulations,
ordinances and laws affecting daily business operations in a
Demonstrated analytical ability and research skills as well as
complex problem-solving abilities.
Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, both written
Excellent skills in Microsoft Office and industry-related
software applications for report writing, financial analysis,
database management, etc.
Ability to think and plan strategically.
Excellent capacity to research, compose and present reports both
orally and in writing.
Proficiency in public presentations that and impart technical or
financial information in a clear and concise manner to
non-technical policy makers and to the public.
Ability to act with courtesy, diplomacy and tact.
Capability to work independently.
Skill in directing and supervising professional, technical and
Proven ability to establish and maintain effective, cooperative
working relationships with superiors, associates, Town Officials,
Town staff, vendors and the general public.
Job Description Department: First Selectman's Office
Job Code: 1014
Bargaining Status: Management and Confidential
Salary Range: MC7
Date Created: May 2006
Last Amended: Sept 2020
Assists Town Officials with the identification, planning and
implementation of best practice solutions to an assigned
operational area or program. This includes coordination of
necessary materials for related evaluation and analysis of project
components vis-à-vis department plans and mission.
Advises the First Selectman, the Town Administrator or other
Town Officials as to the viability of a proposed action. Develops
project timelines and schedules, prepares budgets, monitors
expenses and tracks deliverables.
Develops, implements and evaluates processes, procedures or
plans and strategies to support and streamline the operational
requirements of various Town Departments.
Carries out projects as assigned by the First Selectman or the
Town Administrator on complex issues affecting Town operations
making recommendations and preparing reports in a timely manner at
various stages of the project. Serves as liaison across various
departments in all matters related to the goals and objectives of
Coordinates and provides training and support on various
projects as needed.
Performs related duties as required.
Supplemental Information All positions may be subject to an
All outside candidates will be required to undertake and
successfully pass a pre-employment medical examination, which
includes a substance abuse test, given at the Town's expense prior
to employment if conditionally offered a part time, full time or
safety sensitive position.
Certain categories of Town employees (Police, Fire, Nurses,
etc.) are at special risk of Hepatitis B and will be offered a
protective vaccination beginning the first day of employment. New,
regular full time employees will be required to demonstrate their
vaccination status against Hepatitis B.
The Town of Greenwich has implemented a policy of background
investigations for all full and part time positions positions
prior to hiring as part of the reference checking procedures for
outside candidates. The investigation will only be conducted as the
last step prior to an offer. Refusal to sign the release form will
terminate the candidate's further consideration.