State Administrative Manager-15 - Lansing, MI
The manager for the Analytics and Outreach Section will assist with supervising, planning, directing, and controlling the operations pertaining to the work activities related to this section. The section has four primary functions: 1.) Administering the Protecting Local Government Retirement and Benefits Act (Michigan’s Public Act 202 of 2017). 2) Monitoring and analyzing statewide financial and operational data for Michigan’s local governments; 3.) Identifying local governments that may need resources and delivering technical assistance and other targeted support to those local governments; and 4.) Providing training and outreach assistance to support Michigan’s local officials. The manager will support all activities related to the review and monitoring of local fiscal health, including the utilization of local fiscal health indicators and other objective operational metrics.
Serves as support staff to the Municipal Stability Board as directed by the State Treasurer and administration of PA 202 of 2017 (the Act). The manager is responsible for oversight of all Treasury functions related to the Act regarding local pension and retirement health care systems. This oversight includes collecting data, evaluating retirement systems, distributing local determinations, and monitoring underfunded local governments. The manager also supports Treasury and the Bureau of Local Government and School Services in meeting overall goals, strategic planning, and employee engagement activities.
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Required Education and Experience
- Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major.
Note: Experience is considered professional if the job requires a bachelor's degree.
- Four years of professional experience, including two years equivalent to the experienced (P11) level or one year equivalent to the advanced (12) level.
Alternate Education and Experience
Education level typically acquired through completion of high school and two years of safety and regulatory or law enforcement experience at the 14 level; or, one year of safety and regulatory or law enforcement experience at the 15 level, may be substituted for the education and experience requirements.
Additional Requirements and Information
Michigan Department of Treasury is proud to be an equal employment workplace that values inclusion & diversity. In an effort to minimize implicit bias, Treasury is removing/protecting applicant personal identifying information. For best results include detailed education and experience in the online application for review. Do not put “see resume” instead of listing duties under your work experience.
Please attach a copy of your official college transcript(s) to your application. For our purposes, "official college transcripts" must contain the college/university name and address, the degree conferred and date granted, coursework completed (especially if no degree granted), and the Registrar's signature and/or seal. A scanned or electronic copy is acceptable, as long as it contains the elements listed above. The college/university does not have to send the transcripts directly to Treasury. For more information regarding official transcripts, click here.
The Michigan Department of Treasury participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S.
Interviews will likely occur virtually using Microsoft Teams. No prior experience with Teams is necessary, as instructions and tips will be provided to all candidates scheduled for an interview.
View the job specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mdcs/StateAdministrativeManager_370521_7.pdf