« Home

This job ad has been posted over 60 days ago...



ACM Bureau Policy Analyst Full-time

at in New York (Published at 16-08-2019)

The Official Employment Site of Wisconsin State Government

Home/Job Search

Application Information


Benefits of State Employment

Current/Former State Employee

Diversity Zone

Labor and Service Positions

Short Term Employment Opportunities

Other Government Jobs

Contact Us

What's New
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce.

Log In to Apply
Email A Friend Printable Version

Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection, Dept of

ACM Bureau Policy Analyst
Job Announcement Code(s): 19-02400


Classification Title: / JAC:
Job Working Title:
ACM Bureau Policy Analyst

Type of Employment:
Full Time (40 hrs/week)

Starting salary will be between $31.00 per hour and $35.00 per hour ($64,480 to $72,800, annualized). Pay upon appointment for current or former state employees may vary based on the provisions in the State Compensation Plan. This position includes an excellent benefits package. A 12-month probationary period is required. This position is in pay schedule/range 81-03.

Jeff Palkowski, HR Specialist Senior, 608-224-4762, jeff.palkowski@wisconsin.gov

Bargaining Unit:

Area of Competition:

Deadline to Apply:
Deadline to apply is 11:59pm CDT on September 2, 2019.

Assessment Information:
Preview Assessment

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP), Division of Agricultural Resource Management is recruiting to hire an ACM Bureau Policy Analyst.

DATCP works hard to serve the people of Wisconsin assuring: safe, wholesome food; consumer protection and fair business practices; animal and plant health; a clean environment; and strong agriculture and commerce. We are located in the Prairie Oaks State Office Building situated on Madison?s southeast side and nestled atop a beautifully wooded and scenic hilltop venue. Our employees enjoy ample, low-cost parking at the facility. We are only minutes away from the Beltline Highway, Interstate 90 and Highway 51 for quick access to local restaurants, retail and service locations.

State of Wisconsin Benefits include: 3.5 weeks of paid vacation time to start, 9 paid holidays, an ample amount of paid sick leave, a top rated benefits package, multiple insurance options and an exceptional retirement plan. For general information about State of Wisconsin benefits click HERE.

Learn more about the opportunities available working for the State of Wisconsin HERE.

For general information about positions with Wisconsin State Government click HERE.

Position Summary: This position is responsible for program planning and policy analysis for the Bureau of Agrichemical Management (ACM). The position leads or independently performs analysis related to policy issues, program operations, and organizational and management issues. The position analyzes alternatives, makes recommendations to Bureau management, participates in the decision-making process plans and formulates projects, and coordinates implementation of program and policy initiatives. The position is part of the ACM Bureau management team that assists the Bureau Director in setting policies and making operational decisions.

This position is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and overseeing a system of objective and subjective measures to evaluate the impact and effectiveness of Bureau programs and activities and to document their performance over time.

This position coordinates several key functions for the Bureau, including rulemaking coordination and strategic business plan development. In this capacity, this position leads and/or coordinates teams made up of ACM Bureau managers and staff.

This position works with state and local government officials and representatives of the business community and the public to formulate policies on complex subjects related to ACM Bureau programs. This position reports directly to the ACM Bureau Director under general supervision.

For a full position description, please click HERE

Special Notes:

  • A criminal background check will be performed on the selected applicant prior to an offer of employment.
  • Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without DATCP sponsorship) at the time of application.
  • Travel within the State of Wisconsin, up to 10%, is required.
  • Possession of, or ability to obtain a valid driver's license, or the ability to provide one?s own transportation for work assignments is required.


Minimum Qualifications (Required - Candidates must have experience and/or education relevant to these areas in order to be considered further):

1. Experience identifying, monitoring, and analyzing major local, state, and/or federal policy issues formulating options and developing policy and/or program recommendations to support decision making by management. (e.g. determining the long term viability of a policy and/or program after analyzing and evaluating data)

2. Experience developing and coordinating grant proposals, budget issue papers, and/or budget forecasting documents.

3. Experience making recommendations for improvements to ongoing management systems including systems for improved planning, performance evaluation, program evaluation, management and communications. (e.g. changes in organizational structure, implementation of new or modified programs, adjustments to new technology or new staffing requirements, etc.)

The Most Qualified Candidates will also describe experience and/or education in the following areas:

1. Experience as a rule coordinator, coordinating the rulemaking process for administrative rules, state and federal laws, recommending updates, revisions, etc.

2. Experience developing and managing memorandums of understanding (MOUs) involving technical and policy issues.

3. Experience as a liaison to governmental and non-governmental groups (industry groups, stakeholders, partners, etc.) providing information, coordinating input and feedback for policy development and/or program improvement.

It is critically important that your application materials clearly describe your experience related to the stated criteria so that the job experts who will evaluate your application materials are able to make an accurate assessment regarding your qualifications. Applicants who do not meet at least the minimum qualifications or who do not clearly identify minimum qualifications will be ineligible to continue in the selection process.

Starting salary will be between $31.00 per hour and $35.00 per hour ($64,480 to $72,800, annualized). Pay upon appointment for current or former state employees may vary based on the provisions in the State Compensation Plan. This position includes an excellent benefits package. A 12-month probationary period is required. This position is in pay schedule/range 81-03.

Viewed: 54 times
« Go back to category
Is this job ad fake? Report it!   
Recommend to a friend
« Home