New Job Management Analyst 5 In Washington
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Management Analyst 5
Company : State of Washington Dept. of Commerce
Salary : $72,552 - $97,596 a year
Location : Washington
At The Department of Commerce, we strive to be creative, collaborative, and trusted. We identify opportunities to deliver critical funding and services to strengthen communities and aim to promote equity in all aspects of our work. We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce is essential to our success, and we work to foster an environment where all individuals are valued and respected. We cultivate an environment in which we continuously learn, and we own our work.
We invite all candidates to join us in our mission to create a diverse and equitable workplace that reflects the richness of the communities we serve. Together, we can build a brighter and more inclusive future.
The Community Services Division (CSD) collaborates with local governments, tribes, community-based organizations, and non-profit entities to provide community assistance, promote individual and family self-sufficiency, address the causes and effects of crime and violence, and reduce poverty, and increase equity and belonging so that all people in Washington can thrive.
This role operates under the supervision of the Policy and Community Relations Manager for the Community Services Division at Commerce. Its purpose is to advance the agency's mission of strengthening communities by supporting the division's legislative affairs, strategic priorities, monitoring data and program outcomes, and coordinating division-wide communications and reporting. The role emphasizes the integration of equity and trauma-informed principles into proactive problem-solving for complex issues at the intersection of economic justice, equity and belonging, and crime and violence, and will have substantial impact on communities across Washington.
- Coordinate legislative session tracking throughout the division.
- Manage bill tracking, including monitoring bill introductions, hearings, and passage, ensuring that new bills are promptly reviewed, analyzed, and responded to by division staff.
- Assign and monitor committee hearing responsibilities.
- Organize legislative proposals for new programs, funding, or modifications to existing laws.
- Collaborate with other agencies or stakeholders to synchronize division legislative affairs.
- Oversee division hearing testimonies and provide management with analyses and recommendations related to legislation.
- Draft, review, and approve bill analyses and other policy documents summarizing proposed changes to division programs.
- Coordinate and edit legislative presentations.
- Prepare fiscal notes.
- Produce or oversee the production of intricate reports intended for a diverse range of audiences, including top-level management, boards, commissions, elected officials, and various governmental entities.
- Draft, edit, and approve communication materials intended for both internal and external audiences, ensuring readability and accuracy, including GovDelivery, social media, Factsheets, and Press Releases.
- Maintain and update division web pages, generate social media content, and establish and support divisional communication processes.
- Serve as an expert consultant to management for leading special projects relevant to the division or agency, which may include program implementation, research tied to legislative directives, strategic planning, or the coordination of external stakeholder meetings or focus groups.
- Make recommendations concerning highly complex and unprecedented issues related to organizational change, process improvement, and policy development, as well as issues of broad scope and significant impact on external agencies or institutions, organizations, the statewide community, and the general public.
A bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, law, public health, health administration, or a related field
five years of experience two or more of the following areas: conducting research; analyzing policies, laws, rules, or regulations conducting business analysis and developing requirements; leading business projects; managing business operations; or business policy development.
- Comparable professional experience may substitute year for year for education and experience.
- Leadership experience (may be through professional, volunteer, or other relevant community involvement).
- Expertise writing and editing technical documents.
- Experience using computer applications including Word, Excel, Outlook, and HTML.
- Experience with statistical analysis, performance assessment, and outcome measurement.
Demonstrated competency in diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism work, including: create space that is inclusive and respectful for everyone who interacts with and within our agency; recognize that oppression and inequities such as racism, sexism, classism, etc., are real, exist and need to be addressed; implement practices and working conditions that achieve inclusion in the workforce and in the way we serve the public; identify where barriers and inequities exist in your area of expertise or responsibility and lead the removal, change or culture adjustment; co-create and support policies, programs, practices and procedures that increase the power, voice and influence of the most impacted and marginalized people; and use DEI data to inform and influence inclusive programs and services.
To be considered for this position the following are needed:
- A complete and detailed online application
- A Cover letter (enter online) that describes why you are interested in supporting the mission of this division and how your skills and experience have prepared you to fulfill these 4 key duties of the Management Analyst role: coordinating legislative affairs, overseeing/editing technical report and web content writing, collecting and reporting program outcomes, and providing strategic consultation and process improvement support to leadership.
- At least three (3) professional references (enter online)
This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement.
Technical support is provided by NEOGOV, 855-524-5627 (can't log in, password or email issues, error messages). DES job seeker support may answer general questions regarding the recruiting system at [email protected].
Our Commitment to Equal Opportunity:
The Washington State Department of Commerce is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, veterans or people with military status, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application, testing, or interview process or this job announcement in an alternative format may call Human Resources at (360) 725-2650. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call through the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6388.
Work from Anywhere In Washington State
This position may be located anywhere within Washington State though occasional travel to a Commerce office building or in-state travel to attend events or meetings may be required. If selected, you will need to travel to pick up equipment and receive instruction. Many Commerce employees work remote or have a hybrid schedule.