Associate Governmental Program Analyst
Policy and Public Affairs Division

Post

Classification: Associate Governmental Program Analyst
Title: Cash for College Coordinator
Tenure and Time Base: Permanent, Full-Time
Salary: $5,383.00 – $6,739.00
Posted: June 30, 2022
Final Filing Date: July 14, 2022

Job Bulletin: Associate Governmental Program Analyst

Highlights of the Job

Under the general direction of the Staff Services Manager I of the Outreach and Marketing unit within the Public and Policy Affairs Division, the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) will work with external stakeholders, community organizations, and other partners to reach under-served populations and organize Cash for College workshops and events. The AGPA will also identify, analyze, and respond to program and system issues, and partner with high schools, colleges, and universities, community organizations, and other partners to help families and students complete financial aid applications [Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and California Dream Act Application]. The AGPA will be responsible for training various partners and community-based organizations on how to assist students and families with completing their financial aid applications. The AGPA will review application submission data to identify high schools and colleges with low application rates and identify strategies to assist those communities to increase the rates. Additionally, the incumbent may serve as a liaison to various Commission committees, segmental bodies, workgroups, provide customer support to internal and external stakeholders and related financial aid associations. The incumbent advises and provides analytical support to the team and develops strategic relationships with key stakeholders. The AGPA will also conduct outreach for the Commission and community, stakeholders, non-governmental organizations, and other governmental agencies. Additionally, the incumbent may be responsible for serving as a liaison to various Commission committees, segmental bodies, work groups, provide customer support to internal and external stakeholders and related financial aid associations.