Minimum QualificationsBachelor's degree. Two years of administrative experience is required. Additional administrative experience may substitute for the required college education on a year-for-year basis.
This is an advanced and responsible administrative and supervisory work in supervision, planning, organizing and implementing various administrative activities in a central administrative division, or performing responsible administrative supervisory work in directing a major function in county department or agency. Employees in this class are responsible for supervising, planning and organizing and implementing diversified administrative activities in the central administrative division of a major operating department or supervising, planning and implementing activities in a major departmental activity. Some incumbents in the class perform advanced and responsible administrative work of comparable scope in a specialized staff capacity. Incumbents are typically located at the division head level or as assistants to administrative or operating division heads in large departments. Employees engaged in central administrative activities typically supervise cost analysis and control revenue management, budget preparation, expenditure controls, procurement and inventory controls, personnel administration, grant proposals, information system analysis and special investigations. Assignments are broad in nature with considerable opportunity for the exercise of independent judgement, application of management knowledge and skills, analysis of administrative and clerical employees through intermediate supervisors by assignment of duties and responsibilities and review of results for conformity to departmental policies and procedures and for attainment of quality results. General direction is received from an administrative superior who evaluates work for adherence to departmental policies and attainment of desired goals and objectives through personal conferences and review of reports of operations.