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City of Highland Park, Junior Management Analyst

Junior Management Analyst

The City of Highland Park is now accepting applications for the role of Junior Management Analyst. This role provides administrative and project support, policy and process analysis, and customer service to the City Manager’s Office.

  • Administers the day to day functions associated with the City’s administrative hearing system, including caseload management, distributing notices, coordinating with the administrative hearing officer and prosecutor, answering questions from members of the general public participating in the process, and coordinating the collection and receipt of fines and judgments
  • Preparation and coordination of City communications to the public using website, press releases, social media and other forms of communications under the oversight of the City’s Communications Manager.
  • Research, analysis, and presentation of special projects and policy considerations to staff and City Council.
  • Assists in the management and creation of annual budget for the administration, communications, and council divisions and other budgets as directed by the City Manager and Assistant City Manager.
  • Assists with the preparation  and processing of license renewals, including Liquor license, Food Service license, Special Event Liquor License, Restaurant license, Raffle license, Tobacco license, Landscaper licenses, Scavenger license and Vendor licensees.
  • Monitors compliance with and assists in enforcing cable television, solid waste, and other utility franchise agreements.
  • Provides assistance in the City Manager’s Office with answering the City Manager’s Office telephone calls and working with customers as needed Including license processing, Notary services, Voters Registration, and Absentee ballot processing.
  • Responsible for front office coverage and front line customer service in the City Manager’s Office in partnership with the Executive Assistant to the Mayor and City Manager.
  • Assists with special event planning and day of event activities.
  • Serve as Liaison to the City’s Sister Cities Foundation.

Education: Knowledge and skills acquired through graduation from accredited college or university with Bachelor’s degree in a related field (e.g. Political Science, Communications, and Management). Enrollment in a Master’s degree program in Public Administration or a related field is strongly preferred.

The role is full-time. It is located in Highland Park, IL 60035. Starting salary $21.20 – $26.50 DOQ. IMRF Pension eligible role.

For more information, or to apply, visit For questions, e-mail


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