Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA)
AGPA perform the more responsible, varied, and complex technical analytical staff services assignments. AGPA's are assigned to work on a broad range of governmental and managerial problems that may be interdisciplinary in nature. For example, work may be in the following fields: evaluation and planning, systems development, budgeting, planning, management, and personnel analysis, and continually provide consultative services to management. An AGAP may conduct and/or review analytical studies and surveys, formulate procedures, policies, and program alternatives, make recommendations on a broad spectrum of administrative and program-related problems, and advise management on the impact or potential impact of CDPH programs.
Due to the varied use of this position, working titles are often used to better identify a position's primary role. An AGPA may serves as a Program Advisor, Contract Monitor, Communication Specialist, Library Services Associate, Licensing Analyst, or Compliance Analyst.
Additional information about this classification including the minimum qualifications may be found on the AGPA Classification Specification.