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    ... JOB ANNOUNCEMENT City of Fresno POSITION: Budget Analyst SALARY: $3,600 - $4,700/mo. FILING DEADLINE: MARCH 2, 2004 POSTMARKS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE THE
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      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 02/17/2004 06:03 PM -----




      JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
      City of Fresno
      POSITION: Budget Analyst
      SALARY: $3,600 - $4,700/mo.
      FILING DEADLINE: MARCH 2, 2004
      POSTMARKS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE

      THE POSITION
      The Budget Analyst is a journey level class in which incumbents perform
      analytical, budgetary, and fiscal administration duties for an assigned
      budget unit or group of departments, and complete special projects on a
      City-wide basis. One vacancy currently exists in the Budget and
      Management
      Studies Division of the Finance Department.

      THE REQUIREMENTS
      NOTE: These are entrance requirements to the competitive examination and
      do
      not assure a place on the eligible list. Applicants must meet the minimum
      qualifications on or before the posted final filing date in order to
      qualify. TO QUALIFY: an applicant must have: Graduation from an
      accredited
      college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration,
      Public Administration, or closely related field; and one year of
      experience
      in budget development or fiscal administration. SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION:
      Applicants must submit a completed supplemental application in addition to
      the City of Fresno application. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT(S): Possession of a
      valid Class C California driver's license at time of appointment.

      SELECTION PROCESS
      The selection process may consist of the following parts:
      APPLICATION REVIEW - Qualifying Only: Applications which meet the minimum
      qualifications will be submitted to an Application Review Panel. The
      panel
      will select a limited number of the most qualified candidates for a final
      interview with appointing authorities. Selection of the most qualified
      candidates will be based upon those applications and supplementals which
      demonstrate the greatest breadth and depth of applicable education,
      experience, skills and training. Therefore, applicants are urged to
      submit
      sufficiently detailed information in their application materials for a
      proper evaluation.

      ORAL INTERVIEW - 100%: A panel of subject matter experts will conduct
      job-related oral interviews to evaluate a candidate's training,
      experience,
      and personal traits for the position. Candidates must achieve a passing
      score to qualify for the eligible list. The oral interviews are
      tentatively
      scheduled for the week of March 29, 2004.

      Those candidates who are recommended for further consideration will be
      scheduled for a final interview with appointing authorities.

      Immediate and future vacancies will be filled from this eligible list for
      a
      period of six (6) months from the date of promulgation.

      EXAM ID#: 125045/016/02/17/04/RLR
      PERSONNEL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
      2600 Fresno St., First Floor, Fresno, CA 93721-3614
      For application information call (559) 621-6950 Jobline (559) 621-6999
      Website www.fresno.gov

      Should you feel you need special accommodations due to a qualifying
      disability, please contact Personnel Services Department in advance of the
      examination.
      EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
      WE WELCOME APPLICANTS OF ANY RACE, GENDER, RELIGION, ANCESTRY OR
      DISABILITY

      EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION AND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

      All statements made on applications are subject to investigation and
      verification. False statements will be cause for disqualification,
      removal
      from the eligible list, or discharge from employment.

      THE EMPLOYMENT PROCESS

      As a potential applicant for employment, you are about to participate in a
      series of events collectively called the employment process. Because the
      goal of the employment process is to obtain qualified candidates to fill
      City positions, examinations are generally administered to each applicant.
      These examinations are conducted in a variety of ways, yet they share a
      common purpose--to test applicants for knowledge, skills, and abilities
      required to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job.

      The employment process occurs in several stages which are described below:

      $ Application. Prospective employees must submit an application and other
      documents required as specified in the examination announcement by 5 p.m.
      on
      the final filing date for any scheduled examination. Final filing dates
      vary for different jobs and are listed on the front of each examination
      announcement. Separate applications must be submitted for each job title.

      $ Examination. Applicants who meet the qualification standards on or
      before
      the posted final filing date are notified to take an examination or
      combination of examinations as indicated on the examination announcement.
      Examination scores determine standing on eligible lists.

      $ Eligible Lists. Eligible lists contain names, in descending order of
      scores, of applicants who have obtained passing scores in the examination
      process. Open eligible lists (not limited to City employees) are valid
      for
      a maximum of three years. Separate eligible lists are established for
      each
      job title.

      $ Selection. Pursuant to Civil Service Regulations, most vacancies may be
      filled from among the top seven candidates on the appropriate eligible
      list.

      $ Medical Examination. Certain positions may require a pre-employment
      medical examination, including laboratory testing, drug screening and/or
      psychological examination. This examination will be administered by a
      City
      physician. Candidates are cautioned not to quit or give notice to present
      employers until the medical examination if required, has been completed
      and
      passed.

      $ Appointment. All new employees are required to sign various forms as
      related to City employment. At this time candidates are also
      fingerprinted
      prior to employment. All new employees hired by the City must verify
      identity and entitlement to work in the United States by providing
      documentation required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.

      $ Probationary Period. Employees serve a probationary period, ranging
      from
      6 months to 18 months. If performance is not satisfactory, employee may
      be
      terminated without recourse during the probationary period.

      VETERAN'S PREFERENCE REGULATIONS

      For open examinations, qualified veterans who pass the examination(s) may
      obtain five (5) additional points.

      Candidates applying for veteran=s preference are required to submit a copy
      of their DD214 with their application. Evidence must be presented to
      indicate that the candidate was discharged honorably from the military
      service.

      Veterans, including City employees, must resubmit proof of honorable
      service
      for every examination for which veteran's preference credit is requested.
      Veteran's preference credits are not given for promotional examinations.

      Reserve duty and National Guard duty does not generally qualify for
      veteran's preference.

      EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

      $ Retirement benefits-are provided by the City's retirement systems and
      have
      reciprocity with all CalPERS Systems. Each permanent employee becomes a
      member upon employment and contributes to the fund. Contributions plus
      interest may be withdrawn upon termination. A DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN
      is
      available to City Employees. A DEFERRED RETIREMENT OPTION PROGRAM
      (ADROP@)
      is also available at retirement age.

      $ Holidays observed are- January 1st; 3rd Monday, January; 3rd Monday,
      February; last Monday, May; July 4th; 1st Monday, September, Labor Day;
      Veteran's Day; Thanksgiving Day and day after, November; December 25th;
      employee's birthday; two personal business days; and any day or part of a
      day declared by the Council to be a holiday. Holiday credit may vary for
      police and fire employees.

      $ Group Insurance-The City of Fresno contributes a fixed amount toward
      employee's medical, vision and dental premiums.

      $ Leave accumulation

      Vacation-accumulation and accrual limits vary by bargaining unit. An
      employee becomes eligible for vacation with pay after the completion of
      six
      (6) months of continuous service.
      Sick-with pay, accumulation unlimited. Accumulation and eligibility for
      usage varies by bargaining unit.

      OR

      Annual leave-persons employed in this position accrue 15.5 hrs/mo (1-10
      yrs), 18.83 hrs/mo (10 + yrs).

      $ Credit Union Available.

      FILING OF APPLICATIONS

      $ Application forms may be obtained from Personnel Services Department,
      2600
      Fresno Street, First Floor, Fresno, 93721-3614, or by calling
      (559)621-6950.

      $ Submit application with necessary documents to above address before 5:00
      p.m. on or before the last day to file shown on the front of this
      bulletin.
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