ADMINISTRATIVE PLANNING AND FUNDING COORDINATOR 02950

(Competitive)


DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS


The work involves responsibility for organizing and overseeing comprehensive planning and financial administration activities for the Onondaga County Division of Community Development. This is administrative, supervisory work designed to oversee the funding, accounting and auditing of contractual agreements and municipal projects. General supervision is exercised over a small number of professional level and clerical subordinates. The incumbent works under general supervision with considerable latitude given for the exercise of independent judgment in the absence of the Director. Does related work as required.



TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES


Administers the comprehensive planning process for community development related programs by conducting needs assessment, data collection, identification of community resources and services, and the development of priorities, objectives and strategies for delivery of the division’s services.


Oversees financial affairs by supervising the process of funding municipal and contract agencies as well as the accounting for funds received and spent.


Plans, coordinates and oversees research, statistical analysis, and grantsmanship, for the Division of Community Development.


Conducts research and assists in the development, writing, and submission of grant applications for US Department of Housing and Urban Development funds and other state and federal grants.


Supervises subordinate staff who participates in comprehensive planning and financial administration activities.


Administers the budget and all financial activities of the Division of Community Development.



FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGE SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS


Good knowledge of the principles and practices of fiscal processes including budgeting.


Good knowledge of principles and practices of administration.


Good knowledge of principles and practices of administrative supervision.


Good knowledge of principles and practices of program planning and needs assessment.


Working knowledge of grants applications and writing principles and practices.


Ability to supervise in a manner conducive to full performance and high morale.


Ability to administer research, planning and financial activities.


Good judgment in carrying out the administrative programs supervised.


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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


  1. Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a baccalaureate degree and three (3) years of professional level work experience or its part‑time equivalent, in research, planning and evaluation of programs, accounting, or financial management. Additionally, one (1) year of the professional level work experience must have included budget planning or budget administration duties. Or,


  1. Seven (7) years of paraprofessional or professional level work experience, or its part-time equivalent, three (3) years, or its part-time equivalent, of which must have been in a professional level capacity in research, planning and evaluation of programs, accounting, or financial management. Additionally, one (1) year of the professional level work experience must have included budget planning or budget administration duties. Or,


  1. An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of (A) and (B).



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