* Administrative Service Officer - Health Disparities Project - Carson City, NV

Nevada /
State Funded ELC Programs – Nevada - ELC /
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The Division of Public and Behavioral Health is recruiting for an Administrative Services Officer III. Administrative Services Officers function as business managers for a department, large division, or major program area, with responsibility for accounting, budgeting, and fiscal management. Additional responsibilities are varied and include:
·       Planning, organizing, coordinating, and supervising work in two or more business functions such as purchasing and warehouse operations
·       Contracts and leases
·       Human resources
·       Information Technology
·       Buildings and grounds maintenance; facilities management and construction; food and laundry services
·       Investments
·       Vehicle utilization and maintenance; and/or communication equipment and office support services.
·       Formulates, develops, and monitors comprehensive agency and/or program budgets
·       Researches and compiles information regarding proposed purchases, expenditures, and contracts
·       Prepares and presents oral and written justifications for budget proposals
·       Compares expenditures against spending authority; approves transactions; develops revenue and expenditure forecasts by analyzing historical fiscal data and trends and assessing program needs
·       Plans, organizes, and oversees agency/program accounting functions
·       Develops, implements, and revises policies and procedures related to the collection and disbursement of funds
·       Establishes and monitors internal control procedures and reporting processes
·       Oversees the development and enhancement of automated systems used to maintain records and generate reports
·       Prepares, reviews, and distributes financial reports to management and external agencies; assists internal and external auditors by providing requested information
·       Works collaboratively with representatives of other State agencies, federal, and local jurisdictions, regulatory agencies, vendors, contractors, and others in the community to coordinate activities, provide, and obtain information, resolve problems, and represent the interests of management
·       Analyzes and resolves operating and fiscal management problems; prepares, reviews, and evaluates a variety of materials including financial reports, budget status reports, contracts, leases, and other documents in order to identify problems and trends, develop solutions, and advise management on alternative courses of action
·       Researches and interprets documentation related to assigned functions to determine applicable precedents, regulations and/or administrative guidelines
·       Oversees activities related to budget, fiscal management, and other assigned areas of responsibility to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, policies, administrative guidelines and standards
·       Oversees the preparation and maintenance of comprehensive records related to budget, accounting, fiscal management, and other areas of responsibility; develops retention schedules and policies in accordance with legal requirements and State regulations
·       Identifies, plans, and coordinates capital improvement projects; develops project specifications; evaluates bids; presents and defends project proposals and status reports; and monitors construction and repair activities


    • Under administrative direction, incumbents manage some or all of the functions described in the series concept.
    • Incumbents report to a department director or the administrator of a large division which has complex and diverse programs offered at numerous locations in the State. They have a high degree of authority to make and implement independent decisions not requiring the supervisor's approval. 
    • Incumbents have a broad scope of responsibilities, and the consequence of an error in decisions is high. 


    • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, accounting, finance or related field and
    • Five years of professional experience including two years of responsibility for two or more major business operations such as:
    • Grants administration, contract and lease administration, purchasing and warehouse operations, human resources, Information Technology, or facilities maintenance and construction. 
    • Three years of experience formulating, developing, and analyzing agency budgets; and fiscal management, one year of which was equivalent to an Administrative Services Officer II in Nevada State service
    • OR an equivalent combination of education and experience as described above.


    • General knowledge of organization and functions of State agencies; State administrative rules, statutes, and guidelines. 
    • Working knowledge of the agency mission, programs, operations, policies, and objectives. 
    • Ability to present reports, defend the agency budget, and provide information and justifications to the legislature as requested; research and analyze data impacting an agency's major business functions; establish short-and long-range goals consistent with the mission and business needs of the agency; apply principles of financial management to large and diversified budgets and programs; develop corrective action plans consistent with applicable agency policies, legal requirements and legislative directives. 
    • Skill in planning, developing, and monitoring diverse programs and business operations; developing clear objectives consistent with departmental and State goals; principles and techniques used in planning, organizing, developing and administering comprehensive programs which are subject to unprecedented circumstances; government administrative processes including budgeting, internal control procedures, policy development, planning, problem solving, and management analysis


    • Location: This position is located in Carson City and will be working part time in the office part time telecommuting for the foreseeable future.
    • Agency: Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health
    • Project Duration:  Through 05/31/2023
    • Salary: $63,502.40 plus benefits

The CDC Foundation requires all employees to be fully vaccinated* for COVID-19 as a condition of employment effective November 22, 2021. All offers of employment after that date are contingent upon proof of full-vaccination status as a part of the pre-employment process.
*Fully vaccinated is defined as follows: At least two weeks have passed since receipt of the Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine, or the second dose of the either the Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech two-dose vaccines.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, mental or physical disabilities, veteran status, and all other characteristics protected by law.

We comply with all applicable laws including E.O. 11246 and the Vietnam Era Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 governing employment practices and do not discriminate on the basis of any unlawful criteria in accordance with 41 C.F.R. §§ 60-300.5(a)(12) and 60-741.5(a)(7). As a federal government contractor, we take affirmative action on behalf of protected veterans.

The CDC Foundation is a smoke-free environment.
Relocation expenses are not included.