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HOUSE LEGIS ANALYST/SESSION EMPLOYEE II (Q266C)

Date:  Nov 25, 2022
Req ID:  24282
Location: 

Little Rock, AR, US, 72201

Category:  HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Anticipated Starting Salary:  $50,222-$72,821

For additional information, please contact Martha Jarrow, Director of Member Services, (501) 682-7771. 

Position Information

Class Code: Q266C

Grade: GS09

FLSA Status: NON-EXEMPT

Salary Range: $50,222.00 - $72,822.00

Summary

The House Legislative Analyst/Session Employee II is responsible for providing nonpartisan review and analysis of issues related to multiple subject areas and topics, acting as a liaison between Legislator and constituent. Works as a two-person team of analysts for a 25-member caucus. 

Functions

Uses analytical skills to help provide resources and solutions to constituents who are seeking assistance with various challenges or concerns. Tracks and helps with responses to the constituent (via phone, email, or correspondence.) Applies their critical skills to unfamiliar subject areas as needed, and must communicate and collaborate with other analysts and state agencies to continue to improve the quality of the work product in a timely manner and get answers. Given the variable nature of workloads and legislative sessions concurrently, the legislative analyst plays a double role as session employee, particularly during legislative session assisting with House actions legislative procedures as they occur under the guidance of the Parliamentarian.

Dimensions

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Keen writing skills, with a strong command of grammar and effective oral communication skills.
  • Knowledge of computer skills necessary to work with speed and accuracy.
  • Familiarity with executive, legislative and judicial systems.
  • Skills to research and analyze relevant constituent issues, to track legislation and prepare member briefings and materials.
  • Aptitude to perform multiple tasks accurately and efficiently under time constraints.
  • Capability to work both independently and cooperatively.
  • Ability to exercise professional judgment and maintain confidentiality.
  • Active listening.
  • Analytical reasoning. 

Minimum Qualifications

A bachelor's degree in political science, public administration, business or a related field.  

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Nearest Major Market: Little Rock