- This is fiscal analysis work at the full performance level conducting feasibility studies and research for long range, fiscal programs that impact on multiple City departments or agencies. Compiling information concerning financial planning of various programs and the investigation of the financial implication of these programs are significant aspects of the work. Employees in this class perform an interpretive service in the long range capital and operating programs of the city. Employees in this class may also perform grant budgeting analysis work leading the work of lower level employees and acting as liaison with the federal government as an authorized user of the federal grant payment management systems. Work is performed under the direction of an administrative superior.
(The following conditions must be met for a position to be allocated to this class.)
- Must be employed in a department with an operating and/or capital budget that is large enough to have significant impact on the City's operating and capital budgets.
- Must be responsible for a budget that has City wide implications such as transit, fleet maintenance, public utilities, or delivery of health and welfare services.