Operations & Policy Analyst Job Description

Operations & Policy Analyst Job Description

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Operations & policy analyst provides interpretation and guidance concerning wage and salary policies/procedures and related laws to HR and operations management.

Operations & Policy Analyst Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Develops processes, policies and procedures to support new system enhancements or process redesigns and works closely with Policy and Procedures team for updates to the Mortgage Online Guide
Managing the quality management program activities for the behavioral health services provided through Community Mental Health Programs (CMHP's) and other governance structures
Assist, advise and provide recommendations to management team with initiatives, projects, and other duties as assigned
Supports their aligned operations department with project management, analysis and requirements gathering for new development and integration projects
Develops project requirements, assigns priorities, establishes deadlines, and tracks problems while ensuring capacity within the operations team is properly assessed
Closely works with Systems Project team for prioritization of system enhancement that directly impacts the operations work flow
Initiate the design and development of pipeline management/monitoring tools and dashboards and work with IT and MIS for execution
Research, gather, arrange, compile, summarize and evaluate data in recommending solutions
Manages the workflow/pipeline for the day to day operation to maximize productivity while prioritizing regulatory requirements
Collaborates with Market and internal partners to resolve quality and service related issues within the team and Mortgage Center as a whole

Operations & Policy Analyst Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Operations & Policy Analyst

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Education for Operations & Policy Analyst

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Employers hiring for the operations & policy analyst job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Public Administration, Business, Finance, Political Science, Social Sciences, Education, Law, Health, Public Policy, Social Services

Skills for Operations & Policy Analyst

Desired skills for operations & policy analyst include:

Nationally recognized construction standards and codes
Oregon’s P-20 education policy issues
Policies and procedures
Principles
Administrative rules
Client/provider populations
Information systems policies and related goals
Our current systems
Services
Wage and hour and civil rights laws

Desired experience for operations & policy analyst includes:

Subject matter expertise in Navy operational and mission planning, including the application of Mission Essential Task List (NMETL) and Defense Readiness Reporting System – Navy (DRRS-N) in support of U.S. Navy military requirements
Subject matter expertise in IAMD Global Force Management process
Subject matter expertise in digital tactical communications and command and control systems, Naval surface ship combat systems engineering and integration
1 to 3 years of experience in reconciliations
Attention to detail and ability to follow-up for closure of open items
Experience in SAP BW, DTE (EQT), SAP/HR, firm financial systems and intermediate Microsoft Office skills would be an advantage

Operations & Policy Analyst Examples

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Operations & Policy Analyst Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for an operations & policy analyst. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for operations & policy analyst
  • Provides ongoing, constructive feedback to individuals, team & Market Partners
  • Participates in projects related to productivity improvements, compliance, and other matters as needed
  • Is a trusted resource, generating creative solutions/fresh approaches to internal and external client issues
  • Assist in the research and implementation of Program policy, rules, and legislation
  • Implementation Project
  • Conducting an assessment of CMHP's and other governance structures to assure compliance with federal and state laws and regulations and contractual standards and provisions
  • Maintaining current knowledge of behavioral health service delivery trends, practices and standards, comparable practices and policies in other states and statewide and national health issues that may impact Oregon behavioral health programs
  • Directing CMHP's and other governance structures in achieving long term and short term goals and on-going frequent monitoring to achieve targeted results
  • Establishing short-term operational goals and long-range objectives for quality assurance performance in the behavioral health care system based on in-depth knowledge of the program
  • Administers program for the medical review of pilots, forwarding recommendations to the Board concerning medical review
Qualifications for operations & policy analyst
  • Subject matter expertise in Coalition, Joint and U.S. Navy fleet policy, doctrine, concept of operations, standard operating procedures, instructions, and foreign disclosure and designated disclosure requirements
  • Subject matter expertise in maritime AMD TTP, which includes air warfare (AW)/air defense (AD), ballistic missile defense and/or ship self-defense system (SSDS)
  • Demonstrated flexibility in assisting with diverse or additional work activities to meet team goals and responsibilities
  • Ability and willingness to work in a collaborative and fast-paced environment
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience with the Department of Defense (DOD)
  • Experience with DOD Special Operations
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Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for an operations & policy analyst. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for operations & policy analyst
  • Works with the Department of Justice to coordinate, review, analyze, and make recommendations concerning rate case filings
  • Manages the Board's budget ensuring budget limitation is not exceeded
  • Works with the OBMP Administrator and all stakeholders to assure that pilot training and continuing education programs are effective
  • Under the direction of the Board, consults with and coordinates with other state and federal agencies charged with aspects of maritime commerce that impact piloting practices
  • Undertakes any other function, task, or duty as may reasonably be assigned by the Board Chair, including, but not limited to, performing research and analysis, and obtaining documents and other evidence for Board activities, including rate hearings
  • The Executive Director in collaboration with the PUC Chief Operating Officer provides the state legislature with appropriate budget recommendations and policy information and recommendations pursuant to Board direction
  • Coordinate and manage cross-program business concerns related to information technology projects
  • Oversees and provide functional direction to the work of project teams implementing enterprise-level initiatives across DHS
  • Work products are highly visible and of significant interest to programs, legislators, legislative fiscal office, stakeholders and the Governor
  • Coordinates change management and communication activities related to large-scale and/or multi-agency projects
Qualifications for operations & policy analyst
  • Know and be able to apply information technology performance measures and evaluation processes
  • Strong public speaking, presentation, writing and editing skills
  • A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Architecture, Engineering, or any degree demonstrating the capacity for the knowledge and skills in building code application
  • Extensive understanding of administration and enforcement of building codes for a municipality
  • Ability to develop and deliver training courses related to interpreting and applying structural and mechanical provisions of the building code to other code knowledgeable individuals
  • Ability to clearly explain highly complex policy and technical issues related to administration of the state building code typically performed by the local building official
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Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for an operations & policy analyst. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for operations & policy analyst
  • Administers project contracts for multi-agency initiatives
  • Prepares white papers and other guiding documents, including directives, bulletins, and advisories
  • Drafts reports, correspondence, data summaries, spreadsheets, and responses to inquiries from the agency program directors, local governments, legislators and the Governor
  • Researches and interprets laws, rules or policies affecting statewide initiatives and proposals
  • Prepare and present highly complex program policy and operations issues to non-specialists
  • A Bachelor's degree will substitute for three years of experience
  • A Master's degree will substitute for four years of experience
  • A Doctorate degree will substitute for five years of experience
  • Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skills for the classification
  • Review/Revise/Update existing and new OSH policies, procedures, and protocols for Policy Review Panel (PRP)
Qualifications for operations & policy analyst
  • Ability to use excellent communication and collaboration skills to work with stakeholders who have diverse opinions
  • Extensive process, policy, systems, procedural and reporting knowledge within the mortgage industry
  • Ability to understand the customer viewpoint and experience in order to deliver results and solutions to the customer
  • Ability to effectively communicate across all levels with the ability to provide Senior Management updates, necessary escalations
  • 1-3 years mortgage operations supervisory or management experience, including experience coaching, team-building, and mentoring others preferred
  • Knowledge and understanding of federal, state and local regulations preferred
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Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for an operations & policy analyst. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for operations & policy analyst
  • Coordinate all aspects of the policy process in a timely manner
  • Develop and publish program policies and guidelines as they relate to all federal and state public transportation programs administered by RPTD
  • Develop the state management plan for public transportation, in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, to ensure policies are in compliance with state and federal rules, regulations and statutes
  • Seek clarification on policies, implement policies changes, and communicate changes to internal and external stakeholders
  • Review, update and implement policies periodically or as changes occur
  • Manage the coordination of work with other ODOT units, state agencies, local governments and special interest group representatives to ensure compliance
  • Obtain and review information from a statewide perspective, working with clients and other stakeholders to determine what program improvements are needed
  • Lead the program policy unit to ensure policy and procedure analysis and research for all state and federal public transportation programs provide policy and procedural guidance to public transportation providers throughout the state
  • Assess the effectiveness of approaches in implementing various resource management strategies and make recommendation for best action
  • Determine goals and strategies for the division, in collaboration with RPTD management team and team members, and set policy and priorities for investment of state and federal transit and transportation options funding
Qualifications for operations & policy analyst
  • A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, Finance, Political Science or any degree demonstrating the capacity for the knowledge and skills
  • A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, Finance, Political Science
  • Five years of Journeyman level experience or equivalent that includes evaluative and analytical work in trade, regulatory, or electrical industry organizations
  • Liaise between the business stakeholders and the system development staff in facilitating the needs of the business
  • Lead groups in developing detailed business requirements and compile business requirement specification documents
  • Responsible for working with program management to ensure changes comply with applicable laws, rules and policies and meet the business needs
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Job Description Example
Our company is looking for an operations & policy analyst. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for operations & policy analyst
  • Oversee involvement in the periodic federal state management review process and ensure all findings are resolved in a timely manner and to the satisfaction of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
  • Participate as a member or leader on various internal or external committees or work groups and in activities that have a statewide impact on one or all transit programs
  • Serve as a senior policy advisor and subject matter expert to assist the division administrator in the development of strategies that coordinate various project planning efforts for programs consistency
  • Serve as the public transportation expert on standing agency wide advisory councils and/or committees that influence external policy and programs
  • Serve on national and regional task forces, committees and work groups as requested
  • Serve as a legislative liaison and point of contact for legislators and legislative committees regarding public transportation and other alternate mode issues and initiatives
  • Lead the analysis of public transportation performance management to evaluate, modify, develop, and recommend programs to support new or changing statewide, local or federal priorities
  • Serve as ODOT's primary subject matter expert on tolling and value pricing policy
  • Identify, recommend, and direct projects
  • Set program policies, priorities, and agendas
Qualifications for operations & policy analyst
  • Minimum eight years of securities industry experience in a regulatory, financial or operational capacity required
  • Strong understanding of overall HR compliance landscape and best practices
  • BA/BS degree with circa 4-5 years professional experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Mathematics, MIS or related field, or 2 years of experience as a BA
  • Working knowledge of Oregon's Mental Health System
  • Experience with adults' and/or children's mental health

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