Position Title: Management Analyst
Pay Grade: 9
Salary Range: $45,635 – $58,135
FLSA Status: Exempt
Revised: January 4, 2021
Emergency Status: Emergency Essential
Supervisor: City Engineer
Direct Reports: None
The City of Lucas is primarily a bedroom community made up of more than 8,000 residents and
consist of estate style living. The City has experienced significant growth in recent years as a
result of its unique features including appealing rural atmosphere, animal friendly neighborhoods,
exceptional educational systems, proximity to services and shopping, low crime rate, high quality
housing, large lot sizes, and proximity to Lavon Lake. The City’s location, outside the pressures
and restrictions of intense urban life, combined with its convenient position relative to local and
regional recreational centers, makes the City a stable and attractive community.
The City’s organizational values are based on the following principles to ensure the provision of
extraordinary public service:
• Leadership – influencing the behavior of others through positive role-modeling
• Understanding – exercising good judgment and being tolerant of diverse perspectives
• Communication – embracing transparency through the sharing of information
• Aspire – demonstrating the desire to achieve
• Service – having a passion for helping others
The City offers a comprehensive benefits package for its full-time employees such as
contributing 100% of the cost of employee coverage and work schedule flexibility.
The purpose of this position is to provide administrative, budgetary, financial and analytical
support duties including special projects requiring a high level of analytical skill. This is
accomplished by managing various administrative process, procedures and programs, and
providing highly technical and responsible assistance to the assigned department or programs.
• Confer and coordinate with the City Engineer on various operational and administrative
• Complete research, surveys, and other special projects, as directed by the City Engineer.
• Effectively address resident concerns/issues as assigned, by creating and coordinating
formal written responses with other departments.
• Analyze data from research, make effective decisions, and prepare appropriate recommendations.
• Effectively organize and prioritize multiple assignments and projects.
• Assist City Engineer in preparation and coordination of various reports, and provide
support in development of short and long term operating plans, as requested.
• Develops and maintains the files and data relating to Computer-Aided-Drafting (CAD)
system and the Geographic Information System (GIS).
• Reviews proposed Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
• Communicates with the public and responds to public inquiries, CIP, and other public
• Prepare various reports, preliminary budgets, develops draft policies, and assists the City
Engineer with technical procedures.
• Make both formal and informal presentations to staff members, officials, and the general public.
• Represents the City at various civic, community, City Council and city staff meetings
when requested; prepares material for such meetings, and makes formal presentations to
staff executives and City Council when requested
• Visit other city work sites and other cities as needed for meetings, research, etc.
• Assist with street maintenance scheduling.
• Develops GIS and/or CAD databases to support all departments with a range of public
and private projects, subdivisions, maps, and survey data.
• Updates information, data sets, and related databases for assessment maps.
• Serve as representative for all floodplain management and flood mitigation projects.
• Review private project development plans for compliance with codes, regulations, and
standards; and application adequacy for permits; and compliance with approved plans.
• Responsible for compliance with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
(TCEQ) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Phase 2 General Permit.
• Implement Best Management Practices identified to meet the six Minimum Control
Measures of the Stormwater Management Program.
• Serves as the liaison between contractors and the City as a construction inspector.
• Must work in emergency situations relating to the City of Lucas.
• Perform as responsible steward of the public trust and strive for excellence in public service.
• Act in a civil, respectful manner at all times to citizens, co-workers, and others.
• Participate in proactive team efforts to achieve departmental and city goals.
• Assures compliance with policies, procedures, rules, regulations, and the Code of Ordinances.
• Protects the health, safety, and welfare of the general public.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
Capital and Fiscal Responsibility
• Responsible for adhering to all City of Lucas Purchasing Policies while performing
• Prepares, oversees, and manages Department related budgets as directed by the City
Credentials (minimum preferred)
Ability to read, analyzes, and interprets technical procedures and regulations.
Ability to write reports, correspondence, and procedures manuals.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of
people, customers, and general public.
Skill required in effectively communicating and coordinating with people of diverse
cultural and educational backgrounds, appointed and elected officials and the public.
Must be familiar with word processing and computer operations such as Microsoft
Office products and other related applications preferred.
Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.
• Formal Education/Experience
Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Public Affairs or Public Policy, Civil
Engineering, Engineering Management, Construction Management, or equivalent is
Master’s degree in Public Administration, Public Affairs or Public Policy, Civil
Engineering, Engineering Management, Construction Management, or equivalent is
One year of responsible experience in administrative or support experience; preferred
in general or functional city management.
Holding, or the ability to obtain within twelve months, training in the National Flood
Insurance Program to acquire a Certified Floodplain Manager certificate is required.
Holding, or the ability to obtain within twelve months, a Certified Stormwater
Inspector License via the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System through
the Environmental Protection Agency is required.
Valid Texas Driver License with acceptable driving record is required.
Tools and Equipment Used
Personal computer, Geographic Information System (GIS), Computer-Aided-Drafting (CAD)
software: Workstation and/or AutoCAD, motor vehicle, telephone, mobile radio, fax and copy
machine, and other office and engineering related equipment.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an
employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable an employee with disabilities to perform the essential
functions. Some work is performed in office settings, although considerable outdoor work will
be required in the inspection of land use developments, construction sites, and public works
facilities. Hand-eye coordination is necessary to operate computers and various pieces of office
equipment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to walk; use hands
to finger, handle feel or operate objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The
employee is required to sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, talk, hear, and smell. The
employee must occasionally lift and move up to twenty-five (25) pounds. Specific vision abilities
required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth
perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee
encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations
may be made to enable an employee with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While
performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works in outside harsh, extreme
weather conditions. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high,
precarious places and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne
particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock, and vibration. The noise level in the
work environment is usually quiet to loud.
Formal application, rating of education and experience, oral interview and reference check, and
job-related tests may be required. Fitness for duty medical and physical examinations will be