MONTHLY SALARY RANGE:
$7,113.05 - $7,477.60 - $7,860.69 - $8,263.54 - $8,687.41 - $9,132.28
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
TENTATIVE EXAMINATION DATE: To Be Determined
The City of Stockton is seeking to fill one (1) Program Manager II position. The incumbent will work a City of Stockton 9/80 schedule: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Fridays, with every other Friday off. The incumbent in this position will be assigned to Neighborhood Services Section of the Police Department.
Incumbents in this position are included in the Civil Service system, in a "for-cause" employment status, and are represented by the Mid-Management/Supervisory Bargaining Level Unit (Classified/Represented).
This recruitment is being conducted as an Open/Promotional recruitment. Current full-time, regular status, at time of application, City of Stockton employees may apply for this position as a promotional opportunity and successful candidates will be placed on a promotional list. All other candidates may apply for this position as an open competitive opportunity and successful candidates will be placed on an open list. The appointing authority will have the option of requesting names from the promotional list or a combination of both.
Prior to appointment, eligible candidates will be required to submit to and successfully pass a background investigation, which will include fingerprinting.
Under direction, plans, organizes, and administers specialized City programs and projects; directs and coordinates the work of assigned professional and support staff; performs related work as assigned.
Program Manager II is the senior level supervisory classification responsible for, in addition to the above, policy development and program planning and implementation with Citywide implications.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES (Illustrative Only)
Assists in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and procedures.
Plans, organizes, supervises, and coordinates the implementation of programs and projects.
Supervises staff, planning, assigning, reviewing, and evaluating work; participates in the selection of staff and provides for their training and professional development.
Prepares a variety of periodic progress and special reports related to programs and activities.
May serve as a member or secretary to a variety of committees and commissions.
Assists in preparing recommendations for annual grant and program budgets; provides input for and prepares various grant applications and annual performance reports of activities.
Provides staff leadership and technical assistance to citizen advisory committees, task forces, commissions or boards; confers with and provides professional assistance to City departments in areas of responsibility.
Confers and negotiates with developers and property owners relative to the acquisition and disposition of property and improvements; may draft project contract language and performance specifications.
Represents the City in meetings with representatives of governmental agencies, professional, business and community organizations, and the public.
Monitors legislation and developments related to areas of responsibility; evaluates their impact on City operations and programs and recommends and implements policy and procedural improvements.
Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in business or public administration, or the field of the program to which assigned, economics, or a closely related field and two (2) years of lead or supervisory experience involving program or project management. In addition to the above, two (2) years of work experience at a level equivalent to the City's Program Manager I class.
Must possess a valid California Class C driver's license.
Must be willing to attend meetings outside of normal working hours.
Programs, principles, and resources related to the program to which assigned;
Developing program monitoring and evaluation techniques;
Administrative principles and practices, including budgeting, goals and objectives development, work planning and employee supervision;
Principles of grant application and proposal preparation and grant monitoring and reporting techniques;
Business computer use applications; and
Basic supervisory principles and practices.
Planning, organizing, assigning, reviewing, evaluating, and directing the work of assigned staff;
Organizing work, setting priorities, establishing goals and objectives, and exercising sound, independent judgment within established guidelines;
Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work;
Preparing clear and concise reports, correspondence, and other written materials;
Negotiating favorable contract terms for the City in assigned area of responsibility;
Analyzing complex issues and problems, evaluating alternatives and recommending practical solutions;
Organizing and preparing effective grant applications and proposals;
Representing the City in meetings with public agencies and others outside the City;
Interpreting and applying complex rules, regulations, laws, and ordinances;
Exercising sound independent judgment within established guidelines;
Making persuasive oral presentations of ideas and recommendations;
Preparing, administering, and monitoring grant and program budgets; and
Providing technical assistance and staff leadership to boards and commissions.
Mobility - Constant sitting for long periods of time while operating a keyboard; occasional walking, bending, stooping, kneeling, reaching, pushing and pulling;
Lifting - Occasional lifting of 10 pounds or less;
Vision - Constant use of overall visual capabilities; frequent need for use of color perception, hand/eye coordination, reading and/or close-up work;
Dexterity - Frequent holding, grasping, typing, repetitive motion and writing;
Hearing/Talking - Constant hearing and talking of normal speech in person and on the telephone; Occasionally speaking in front of large groups of people;
Special Requirements - May require occasional weekend or evening work;
Emotional/Psychological - Constant concentration, decision making and public contact; occasional ability to exercise sound judgment, especially under stressful situations; and working alone;
Environmental Conditions - Occasional exposure to noise; and
Working Conditions - Primarily performed in an office environment which is typically moderately quiet but may be loud at times and at some locations.
This class specification should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirement of this job. Incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Any essential function or requirement of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodation for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant when possible.
Applicants who qualify in terms of relevant work experience and education, who best fit the needs of the City, will be invited to participate in the examination process. The examination process may include a written, training and experience or oral examination weighted 100%. However, the City reserves the right to utilize alternative testing methods if deemed necessary. Candidates must receive a minimum passing score of 70%, as determined by the relative performance of all candidates in all portions of the examination. In the event of identical ratings, candidates' names will be arranged in order to application date/time, and, if the same, then arranged alphabetically.
ALL APPLICATIONS AND SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRES MUST BE COMPLETED FULLY AND SUBMITTED ON AN OFFICIAL CITY OF STOCKTON APPLICATION FORM. (DO NOT STATE "REFER TO RESUME" ON YOUR APPLICATION OR SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE.) INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS AND SUPPLEMENTALS WILL BE REJECTED AND CANNOT BE REVISED AFTER SUBMITTAL ON OR BEFORE THE FINAL FILING DATE. POSTMARKS, FACSIMILES, AND PHOTOCOPIES OF THE CITY'S EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. RESUMES ARE WELCOMED BUT SHOULD BE SUBMITTED AS ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ONLY.
The information in this announcement concerning the terms and conditions of employment does not constitute either an express or implied contract, and these provisions are subject to change.
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In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all City of Stockton employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath.
This position is Exempt from FLSA (Fair Labor and Standards Act) and does not qualify for overtime compensation.
This position is subject to Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) annual filing requirements. Please see the FPPC website, www.fppc.ca.gov, for more information.