Administrative Officer 2
Posted on: November 22, 2021
NATURE OF WORK:
This is advanced administrative work in performing, planning, and
coordinating various administrative activities in a central
administrative division or special program or in performing
specialized staff work of comparable responsibility in a county
department or agency. Employees in this class are responsible for
performing diversified administrative duties or specializing in
assigned administrative work of a more complex nature. Duties or
combinations of duties performed vary, depending on the department
to which assigned. Some employees in the class are assigned to
assist an administrative division head in a major operating
department, performing a variety of administrative duties including
budget preparation, purchasing, accounting maintenance and
expenditure controls and related administrative work. Other
incumbents carry out administrative activities of a varied nature
as the administrative official in a small operating department.
Supervision is exercised over clerical and technical employees who
assist in various phases of administrative operations. In some
program s incumbents specialize in complex work such as the conduct
of detailed programs under contract to the county. Responsibilities
typically include analyzing administrative problems and
recommending solutions, developing revised procedure and policy
recommendations for the department, and maintaining contact with
management and supervisory personnel within or outside the agency.
General supervision is received from an administrative superior who
reviews work for conformity with established administrative and
departmental policies and attainment of desired objectives through
conferences and review of reports of operations.
KNOWLEDGES, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:
Considerable knowledge of the principles of general management,
public, and business administration and their application to
Considerable knowledge of research techniques and the sources and
availability of current information applicable to the area of
assignment. Considerable knowledge of policies and procedures used
in budget preparation, monitoring, and reporting.
Considerable knowledge of applicable federal, state, and county
laws relating to departmental operations.
Considerable knowledge of departmental legal, administrative, and
Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of modern
Considerable knowledge of federal, state, and county laws, rules,
and regulations relating to financial records of county departments
and agencies funded by grants.
Knowledge of basic accounting principles, practices, and procedures
and their application to governmental computerized accounting
Knowledge of the use of data processing and cost accounting
Knowledge of inventory control and county procurement procedures.
Knowledge of the principles, practices, and procedures of public
Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices.
Ability to analyze a variety of administrative problems and make
sound recommendations as to their solution.
Ability to supervise a staff of subordinate employees in a manner
conducive to full performance and high morale.
Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in devising,
installing, and interpreting departmental rules, regulations, and
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with other employees, supervisors, departmental officials,
officials of other agencies, and the general public.
Ability to express ideas clearly, concisely, verbally, and in
Ability to analyze expenditures in relation to established budgets
and furnish detailed information to management and supervisory
Ability to evaluate operating programs in relation to established
goals and objectives and recommend courses of action.
Ability to supervise and prepare a variety of required reports
accurately and completely and on a timely basis.
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