CLOSING DATE: 03/31/23 05:00 PM
Vacancy is in the Budget, Development, and
Control function of the Management, Budget and Grants Department. Under general
supervision, to provide budgetary and administrative staff assistance to the Director of Management, Budget and Grants
by performing the complex professional
work necessary to conduct the Cityís operating programs within a management
control framework, including budgetary and organizational analysis, program
performance and budgetary
monitoring, legal and administrative contract compliance and the formulation of procedures which implement program
goals and objectives; and by performing related work as required. Assists in establishing the format and procedures
by which the Mayorís budget is submitted annually to Council; Interprets budget
directives for assigned department heads; analyzes
their annual budget submissions and justifications and conducts on-going
reviews in the control of assigned
departments adopted operating budgets and programs; Conducts studies to determine needed changes in organizational
and staffing patterns leading to more effective departmental management;
Performs and takes the lead in a variety of research projects, including
determinations of the financial impact of proposals made in the negotiating process;
Monitors the performance of programs operated by City departments and
through third party contracts and
provides feedback and recommended improvements to department heads and the Mayor or designee concerning the
programs progress; Provides financial and programmatic assistance to City
departments and third-party contractors operating City programs; The above essential duties and
responsibilities are not intended as a comprehensive list; they are intended to
provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities.
Incumbent(s) may be required to perform additional related duties.
This is a NON-UNION position. The hours of
work are 40 per week and the above salary includes 5% in lieu of overtime.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS &
examination will consist of a rating of your training and experience as
contained on your application and may
include a written test, an oral test, a performance test or a combination
thereof. All parts of the examination, including tests and ratings, will be
related to the requirements of the position. The examination is designed to
measure the knowledge of the principles
and practices of public administration as it relates to the management of state
and local governments. Knowledge of
progressive public budgetary, financial and
administrative methods and procedures. Knowledge of the City and State laws as they pertain to the powers
of the City. Ability to analyze administrative systems and practices, to
identify difficult organizational problems, and to recommend practical
solutions. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to
establish and maintain effective working relationships with municipal
officials, department heads, employees, and the general public.
P hysical Demands and Working
Conditions: Work is performed primarily in an office environment with
some travel to different sites. Incumbent may be required to work a flexible schedule including evenings and
Open to all applicants who meet the following
Bachelorís degree from an
accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in public administration, business administration, economics, project management, finance
closely related field,
A ND one
(1) year of experience in budgetary and administrative analysis.
Municipal experience preferred.
degree in public administration from an accredited college or university may be
substituted for part of the experience requirement.
A COPY OF YOUR DEGREE OR TRANSCRIPT MUST BE
SUBMITTED WITH YOUR APPLICATION. A DEGREE OR TRANSCRIPT SUBMITTED WILL BE
VERIFIED BY THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT.
RESIDENCY PREFERRED: Preferably be
a bona-fide resident
of the City of
the time of
application. A completed
C ITY OF
A FFIDAVIT including
proof of residency as indicated on the RESIDENCY AFFIDAVIT may be submitted.
APPLICATIONS WITHOUT PROPER DOCUMENTATION SHALL
RESULT IN YOUR DISQUALIFICATION.
APPLICATIONS VIA FACSIMILE OR EMAIL ARE NOT ACCEPTED.
examination will consist of an evaluation of training and experience as
indicated on the application.
you will be required to pass a physical examination administered by a City
physician, a drug and alcohol screening, and a background check. If appointed,
you will serve 3-12 months of probation. This examination and employment
process is subject to all federal, state, and municipal laws, rules and
ALL CORRESPONDENCE AND INFORMATION CONCERNING THE APPLICATION AND
TESTING PROCESS WILL OCCUR VIA EMAIL, UNLESS OTHERWISE REQUESTED AT THE TIME OF
IN ADDITION TO CHECKING YOUR EMAIL INBOX FOR RECRUITMENT CORRESPONDENCE,
PLEASE ALSO CHECK YOUR JUNK AND SPAM FOLDERS.
Points may be given to Eligible Veterans. Must submit a V eteran's Preference Form, along with a
DD-214 and Disability letter (if applicable) from the Office of Veteran's
The Human Resources Department provides
reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities in accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need an accommodation in the
application or testing process, please contact the Human Resources Department.
AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL
The City of
Hartford is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and strongly
encourages the applications of women, minorities, veterans and persons with
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED
Human Resources Department
550 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06103
Position #01174 (Re-issued 03/02/2023) MANAGEMENT ANALYST (BUDGET ANALYST)
Analyst (Budget Analyst) Supplemental Questionnaire
1. I have attached a copy of my degree/transcript. (I understand this
is required to be considered for this position and not attaching my
degree/transcript will deem me not qualified).
2. Do you think the job of a management analyst requires teamwork? Why?
* 3. What would you say is an
essential quality all management analysts must-have?