|EDV BUSINESS ANALYST|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|Performs analysis and research in the area of Economic Development. Primary duties include overseeing transportation, school impact fees, incentive programs, permitting fees and tax increment revenue, conducting research, and preparing grant requests. This position will specifically perform work related to Community Redevelopment incentive/program compliance, research on downtown redevelopment initiatives, preparing grant applications and monitoring TIF revenues and expenditures. Work is reviewed by the Departments Deputy Director.|
|Coordinates the Transportation Impact Fee collection and distribution monitoring system through administrative interaction with other divisions and oversees its accounting procedures.
Assists in the preparation of Capital Improvement Program (CIP) fiscal budget requests.
Coordinates the implementation and integration of School Impact assessment, collection and auditing system.
Assists in research to support impact fee assessments and administrative efficiency through the preparation of technical background report updates, responsive formulation of fee assessment rates for new and/or typical land uses and research alternative assessments systems and comparing with other communities.
Verifies impact fee exemptions, including those granted to community non-profit organizations, as authorized by City ordinance.
Plans strategies to leverage funding opportunities and sustain programs. Research, develop and complete special projects and grant proposals.
Coordinate communication and marketing for Economic Development Department.
Serves as the Director's designee on various committees.
Assess cost and benefits, economic and fiscal impact through due diligence, associated with projects seeking financial incentives from the City.
Analyze CRA Tax Increment Funding and revenue steams for Capital Programming.
Coordinates a tax rebate collection and distribution monitoring system monitoring approved incentive agreements for compliance, balancing accounts, producing monthly audit reports and the successful completion of an annual external audit for projects receiving Economic Development incentives, including CRA projects.
Research Downtown redevelopment issues and projects.
Other duties as may be assigned.
|Knowledge of theories, principles and practices of accounting.
Knowledge of research, analytical techniques and methods.
Knowledge of government and civic institutions.
Knowledge of ethics, laws, policies and statues affecting all levels of government.
Knowledge of statistical and other research methods and procedures.
Knowledge of budget and personnel management, including volunteer management issues and laws.
Knowledge of the legislative process.
Skill in the operation of personal computers and related software.
Skill in grant writing.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and to represent the City of public speaking engagements.
Ability to conduct research studies/investigations, and prepare concise, accurate written and oral reports.
Ability to handle the organization of many tasks in a fast paced environment.
Ability to develop unique marketing campaigns.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, city officials, and the general public.
|Bachelors degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or related field and four (4) or more years administrative experience with responsibility for community relations, in dept research and analysis, and interaction with officials in various governmental agencies; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Demonstrated ability to independently perform duties of an increasingly complex nature.|