The incumbent serves as a Management and Program Analyst in the Strategic Planning Office (SPO), Office of the Chief Financial Officer. The SPO is responsible for coordinating the preparation of the Library-wide strategic plan, service and support unit annual program performance plans, and program performance assessment to implement the Library’s Planning and Budget Framework (P&B Framework)
Using a comprehensive knowledge of the Library’s Strategic Plan Results Statements, the employee coordinates all phases of the Library’s Planning and Budget Framework; implementation plan, formulating the Library’s Annual Plan, adjusting the Library’s Annual Plan, executing monthly status meetings, and reporting on the performance and accountability. Assists in the preparation of the Library’s Annual Plan by working extensively with senior managers to help them determine requirements, set priorities, and lay the planning basis for Library programs. Provides expert advice on developing clear performance measurements in the Library annual planning process and enhances the work of Library managers and staff through a comprehensive understanding of the Planning and Budget Framework as it relates to Planning and Program Evaluation.
Assists with researching, analyzing and evaluating effectiveness of program operations in meeting established Annual Planning goals and results. Organizes, participates, analyzes and documents the periodic update of the Library’s Annual Plan.
Develops briefings, workshop materials, articles and other internal communications for Library staff to improve the understanding of the Library’s Planning and Budget Framework. Researches and prepares written reports and other working documents concerning complex program issues that may involve multiple service units. Provides expert guidance and analysis that may result in leadership decisions improving Library operations.
Serves as a liaison with key persons and groups inside and outside the Library to provide resource guidance to the development of the Strategic Plan, Library Annual Plans and the Performance and Accountability Report. Interacts with leading professionals in Government, industry and academia on planning innovations that may have application to Library management programs.
Conducts various ad hoc analyses, prepares reports, and compiles information for management as needed. Presents results in writing and orally, which are well-organized, supportable and clearly expressed.
Conducts, and participates in management studies and reviews – particularly those with wide and/or significant impact on the Library’s organizational structure, policy, processes, operations, fiscal control and economy and those where the studies boundaries may be broad.