Staff Services Analyst


Sacramento, CA

What you'll be doing

Verifies charging stations are equipped with the most recent software and in collaboration with management establishes a policy for acquiring the necessary upgrades and calibrations. Coordinates with contracted vendor to establish programming/provisioning (setting the charging rate), connectivity and transmission of charging data for billing and reporting purposes each time there is a rate change and upon installation. Collects, analyzes and interprets system generated reports and creates daily, weekly, monthly and annual usage/energy consumption and petroleum displacement reports. Audits and approves station maintenance and repair invoices. Collects funds received from the contracted vendor and documents and ensures accurate deposits to the proper fiscal accounts(s). Establishes proper checks and balances and fiscal audit procedures for revenue collection utilizing daily and weekly transaction reports. Analyzes, approves and authorizes EVPP applications to ensure accuracy and completeness by visually examining and completing as necessary in order to assign EVPP spaces for the purpose of maximizing the EVPP revenue and as required by EO B-18-12. Provides training to statewide parking coordinators and coordinates the management of off-hour agency vehicle charging.

What your background should be

Must have experience in related field. Excellent attendance, punctuality, and dependability skills. Excellent analytical, problem solving and completed staff work skills. Experience in analyzing and interpreting laws, rules and regulations. Ability to become proficient in fleet management/parking software products. Working proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, ABMS and PAL.

Required Schooling / Training

Not specified

Who is the client company

This is one of the California agencies responsible for administration of the merit-based civil service employment system.
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