The City Auditor's Office is recruiting applicants for two positions: Business Operations Manager and Management Analyst. The deadline to apply is July 16, 2018.
The Business Operations Manager will be instrumental in implementing recent Charter changes that made the Auditor administratively independent of the Mayor, City Council, and City bureaus. The Business Operations Manager will oversee the Auditor’s newly authorized powers that pertain to human resources, procurement, and budgeting; is responsible for ensuring compliance with federal and state laws and the Auditor’s administrative rules; and must protect the independence of the Auditor’s Office.
The Business Operations Manager supervises Auditor’s Office staff responsible for budget, finance, accounting, timekeeping, procurement, human resources and other administrative services. The Manager also supervises the Elections Officer and staff responsible for the Lobbyist and Political Consultant Registration programs. It is anticipated the Manager will assume broader supervisory responsibilities in the future. Apply here: https://tinyurl.com/y9hpwdb8.
The Auditor's Independent Police Review is recruiting applicants for a Management Analyst. Responsibilities for this position include analyzing, maintaining, and reporting trend and other data related to police misconduct complaints and commendations. The Management Analyst provides quantitative analyses that form the basis of policy reviews and recommendations made by the Auditor's Office to improve policing in Portland. The Management Analyst also prepares regular internal and external reports, ensures data integrity in the case management system, and assists with the development of dashboards.
Experience with data visualization and innovative reporting techniques, writing SQL queries, policy analysis, or performance measurement is preferred by not required. Apply here: https://tinyurl.com/ydgj5b6d.
The Auditor’s Office promotes open and accountable government by conducting independent and impartial audits and investigations and providing access to public information. It employs 52 full-time equivalent staff who work in eight divisions in three locations.
The Auditor’s Office values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to foster a culture of equity, diversity and inclusion in delivering public services and everyday interactions in the workplace. The Auditor encourages candidates with experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities to apply.