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$21.49-$28.40 hourly, plus benefits package
Open until filled.
The Analyst position is responsible for performing professional level analytical duties involving general administrative, staff development, fiscal, and/or program analytical work. Incumbents gather, tabulate, analyze, and chart data, interview and consult with departmental officials, employees, and others to give and receive information. The major duties of this job include:
• Performs, coordinates, monitors, and participates in various administrative analytical functions,
typically within a departmental program or administrative section.
• Reviews program updates, letters, and notices for potential impact on various programs and
activities; recommends and prepares policy and procedure changes to ensure compliance.
• Compiles, maintains, and analyzes data; identifies trends, and makes recommendations involving
the formulation of policy and procedures, as well as staffing and organizational changes.
• Serves as a resource and provides advice and information to supervisors, managers, and other
internal staff, the public, and other agencies in area(s) of assignment including the interpretation
and explanation of a variety of programs, policies, rules, regulations, labor contracts, and
Memorandum of Understanding.
• Conducts surveys and performs research and statistical analyses on administrative, fiscal,
personnel, staff development, and/or programmatic problems.
• Makes presentations before committees, boards, commissions, departmental staff, advisory groups,
or community groups to provide information and recommendations, advocate a position,
encourage participation, and/or respond to questions.
• Analyzes business process requirements and coordinates with information technology staff and/or
consultants to develop automated solutions.
• May plan and coordinate the design and implementation of new and revised programs, systems,
procedures, methods of operation, and forms.
• Compiles materials; prepares analytical reports, manuals, and publications.
• Prepares public relations materials (e.g. brochures, informational materials, customer satisfaction
Education and Experience
Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is
qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be:
Additional progressively responsible para-professional experience performing complex duties of a
technical nature in any of the functional areas noted in the duties above may be substituted for the
required education on a year-for-year basis.
Two years (60 semester or 90 quarter) of college units, Bachelor’s degree from an accredited
college or university preferred.
License: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California driver’s license.

Application materials will be reviewed, and the best-qualified applicants will be invited to Susanville to
participate in interviews.
The Lassen County application is available in our application center at the address below and available at
website at: . It is your responsibility to provide specific, accurate and complete
information describing how you meet the minimum qualifications. Qualified applicants are invited to
submit an official Lassen County application to:
Lassen County Personnel  (530) 251 -8320 
221 South Roop Street Ste. 3
Susanville, California 96130


Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: Associate's
Driver's License Required: Yes
Minimum Hourly Wage: 21.49
Maximum Hourly Wage: 28.40