The Busines Process Analyst works directly with the Project Director and the California Department of Education (CDE) Contract Monitor to ensure that the CALI Reads activities adhere to the financial policies and procedures of both the CDE and its fiscal agent, the Napa County Office of Education (NCOE). The BPA responsibilities include developing project work scopes, budgets for ongoing NCOE and CDE interagency agreements, and amendments to existing agreements. The BPA is responsible for specialized administrative tasks including developing and maintaining internal budgets, managing subcontracts and vendors, submitting monthly invoices and progress reports to the CDE, managing contract bidding procedures, and overseeing all project purchases and expenditures. Other responsibilities include maintaining knowledge of union and non-union personnel related actions and assisting with tasks related to the hiring of new and temporary employees.
A minimum of a Bachelors Degree and at least three years administrative experience overseeing large- scale
Working knowledge of fiscal policies and operations as they pertain to the CA public education
Working knowledge of federal grant fiscal guidelines to ensure Uniform Guidance
Prior experience with Escape, ReadySub, and
The ability to write and present findings and suggest appropriate recommendations in written or oral
Ability to perform business math, analyze budgetary data and make accurate projections, including excellent skills with Microsoft Excel and Word, Adobe products, and information technology.
Strong knowledge of computers and word processing, spreadsheets, database, email, Internet, and tele/videoconferencing.
Ability to take initiative, plan, organize, coordinate, and complete work on
Ability to effectively handle interpersonal interaction at all levels and handle highly sensitive interpersonal situations.
Ability to interpret and apply policies and procedures independently and use judgment and discretion to act when precedents do not exist
Ability to understand problems from a broad perspective and anticipate the impact on other areas when responding to inquiries and requests related to the work area
Ability and willingness to learn new skills and maintain cooperative working relationships internally as well as with the California Department of Education, Special Education Division, project consultants, and the greater educational
Ability to efficiently and effectively manage competing work demands to meet project
Ability to work well both individually and within a
Ability to travel within the state by car between RPDC and NCOE as
Valid California Driver License
Additional Salary Information: Benefits package including dental and health plan benefits and optional Section 125 Plan may be purchased for employee and eligible dependents. Position is grant funded.
About Napa County Office of Education
The Napa County Office of Education provides academic services and enrichment opportunities for students, teachers and the community, as well as critical business services for school districts. NCOE is a leader in the dissemination of research-based best practices to educators locally and statewide.