Economic/Community Development Analyst 9, 10, P11 – Michigan Economic Development Corporation

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) is conducting an internal/external recruitment process to fill the following state vacancy:
Job Title and Level: Economic/Community Development Analyst 9, 10, P11
City/County: Lansing/Ingham County
Type of Employment: Full-Time
Pay Grade and Annual Salary: $19.86 – $32.30 Hourly
Brief Job Description:
This compliance program analyst must have or gain knowledge of complex economic development incentive programs in order to coordinate and administer these programs. This analyst is responsible for analyzing recipient activities, evaluating progress toward goals and approving various credit certificates to allow qualifying companies to reduce their tax liability or to access grant monies. Additional responsibilities include advising Michigan businesses, local governmental agencies and the Michigan Strategic Fund of their responsibilities regarding statutory and credit agreement requirements; interpreting statutory requirements and internal policy to evaluate applications; providing analysis and reports for incentive programs and tax credits; and assisting executive management to make decisions regarding incentive policies. These analytical responsibilities are necessary in order to meet statutory and program reporting and evaluation requirements. The incumbent will also compile data regarding programs and serve as a resource for MEDC management, staff and external customers regarding program parameters and qualifications.
Business Unit: Administrative Operations; Legal & Compliance
Supervisor: Christin Armstrong; Associate General Counsel & VP, Compliance & Contract Services
Minimum Education Required:
Possession of a bachelor’s degree in any major. Preference of an accounting or financial background.
Minimum Experience Required:
Economic/Community Development Analyst 9: No specific type or amount is required.
Economic/Community Development Analyst 10: One year of professional experience in commercial financial analysis, marketing, international marketing, workforce development, or public, private economic, or community development equivalent to an Economic/Community Development Analyst 9; or, involving the creation, financing, and operation of a business or providing information and services to business executives or communities in such areas as financing options and packaging, research and analysis on community and economic or workforce development issues, professional tax and/or credit analysis, unemployment and workers compensation analysis, evaluating loan or grant applications, developing and implementing programs to identify foreign markets for export of Michigan products.
Economic/Community Development Analyst P11: Two years of professional experience in commercial financial analysis, marketing, international marketing, workforce development; or public or private economic or community development equivalent to an Economic/Community Development Analyst, including one year equivalent to an Economic/Community Development Analyst 10; or, involving the creation, financing, and operation of a business or providing information and services to business executives or communities in such areas as financing options and packaging, research and analysis on community and economic or workforce development issues, professional tax and/or credit analysis, unemployment and workers compensation analysis, evaluating loan or grant applications, developing and implementing programs to identify foreign markets for export of Michigan products.
Alternative Education & Experience
Economic/Community Development Analyst 9:  Educational level typically acquired through completion of high school and five years of experience providing information and services to business executives or communities in such areas as financing options and packaging, research and analysis on community and economic or workforce development issues, professional tax and/or credit analysis, unemployment and workers compensation analysis, evaluating loan and grant applications, developing and implementing programs to identify foreign markets for export of Michigan products, or involving the creation, financing, and operation of a business.
Economic/Community Development Analyst 10, P11, and 12:  Additional experience in the above areas will be credited for each of the respective classification levels on a year-for-level basis. For example, completion of high school and six years of experience involving the creation, financing, and operation of a business, or providing information and services to business executives or communities in such areas as financing options and packaging, research and analysis on community and economic development issues, etc., is creditable for the Economic Community Development Analyst 10 classification.
How to Apply:
If you believe that your qualifications meet the listed requirements and are interested in applying for this position, please click on the link below and follow the NEOGOV instructions.
Deadline for Response: Dec. 2, 2018