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Associate Governmental Program Analyst (JC-403050)

Outdoor Advertising Program Analyst

Associate Governmental Program Analyst

Job Control: JC-403050

Classification: Associate Governmental Program Analyst

Annual Salary: $66,216.00 – $82,884.00

Apply by: 12/7/2023

All applications must be submitted through the link external link on Calcareers.

"At Caltrans, we foster a supportive environment that encourages open communication and mutual respect, empowering you to bring your best ideas forward. Our commitment to work-life balance ensures you have time to recharge and pursue personal passions, while our dedication to job security guarantees a stable and fulfilling career."

About the Position:

This is a Limited Term position which may be extended to 24 months or become permanent.

Under the general direction of the Outdoor Advertising (OA) Permit Branch Chief, a Staff Services Manager I (SSM I), the OA Program Analyst, an Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA), performs analytical assignments necessary for OA operations to comply with the provisions of the federal Highway Beautification Act and the State Outdoor Advertising Act.

The incumbent works with other OA program staff and with Caltrans internal and external partners to provide status on OA licensees and permits. The incumbent handles various OA program operations, including but not limited to: maintains licensee and permit records stored in the iODA, Adobe LiveCycle database; processes permit applications, cancellation notices, transfers, and business name and address changes; drafts correspondence, handles phone inquiries, tracks OA’s performance targets, assists with Intergovernmental Requests (IGR), assists with Visual Impact Report (VIR) requests, California Public Records Act (CPRA) requests, legislative constituent inquiries, and inquiries from outdoor advertising stakeholders. The incumbent surveys, inspects, documents, and tracks OA developments to ensure effective OA operations and compliance statewide.

This position is integral to maintaining effective control of outdoor advertising displays as required in the Federal-State Agreement of 1968. Travel across the State of California is required.

*See more details on the Duty Statement located on the job posting.

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