Occ. Code   8916100

 

HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM ANALYST 1, GRADE 18                   

8916100

HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM ANALYST 2, GRADE 23                   

8916200

 

New York State Department of Civil Service

 

Classification Standard

 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CLASS SERIES

 

          Highway Safety Program Analysts are responsible for the planning, administration, monitoring, and evaluation of a wide range of Statewide traffic safety, alcohol and drug rehabilitation, and driver safety education program activities in the Office of Safety, Consumer Protection and Clean Air and the Governors Traffic Safety Committee.

 

These positions are only found in the Department of Motor Vehicles.

 

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

 

HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM ANALYST 1:  full performance level; responsible for planning, administering, monitoring, and evaluating a wide range of Statewide highway safety education and rehabilitation programs.

 

HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM ANALYST 2:  first supervisory level; supervises Highway Safety Program Analysts 1 and support staff; and identifies and analyzes highway safety problems and objectives and oversees the administration and monitoring of all Statewide program activities.

 

RELATED CLASSES

 

Highway Safety Program Representatives perform on-site field consultations with local traffic safety boards responsible for the planning, development, and administration of local highway safety projects funded under the Federal Highway Safety Act.  Incumbents typically monitor agencies to ensure compliance with established standards for regulated businesses.

 

ILLUSTRATIVE DUTIES

 

HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM ANALYST 1

 

Under the supervision of the Highway Safety Program Analyst 2:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional duties in the Governors Traffic Safety Committee:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional duties in the Office of Safety, Consumer Protection and Clean Air:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM ANALYST 2

 

Under the supervision of a Motor Vehicle Program Manager 1 or 2:

 

·       Performs all of the duties and responsibilities of a Highway Safety Program Analyst 1.

 

·       Recommends modifications or amendments to projects; conducts evaluations of ongoing projects; and reviews project reports to determine if an acceptable level of progress is being made.

 

·       Documents program problems and recommends the appropriate remedies; takes corrective action when necessary to maintain the quality of the program; and recommends the discontinuance of the program provider, when necessary.

 

·       Evaluates ongoing programs against probable future needs in order to propose new programs or modifications to existing programs and maintains an awareness of new program trends in the field.

 

·       Prepares and conducts training for external providers to correct deficiencies, teach new methodologies, and to operate within the permissible fee structure.

 

·       Designs and develops highway traffic safety public information or education programs to numerous constituents.

 

·       Develops and conducts highway traffic safety seminars, workshops, and conferences for traffic safety constituents on the development and implementation of traffic safety standards; communicates new policies to service providers; and designs informational literature on the programs.

 

·       Reviews the more complex proposed legislation and regulations concerning highway safety issues.

 

·       Provides direct supervision to subordinate staff.

 

Additional duties in the Governors Traffic Safety Committee:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional duties in the Office of Safety, Consumer Protection and Clean Air:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS      

 

HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM ANALYST 1

 

Promotion:  Bachelors Degree and satisfactory completion of a two-year traineeship.

 

HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM ANALYST 2

 

Promotion: One year of permanent competitive service as a Highway Safety Program Analyst 1.

 

 

Rev: 7/17

 

NOTE:  Classification Standards illustrate the nature, extent and scope of duties and responsibilities of the classes they describe.  Standards cannot and do not include all of the work that might be appropriately performed by a class.  The minimum qualifications above are those which were required for appointment at the time the Classification Standard was written.  Please contact the Division of Staffing Services for current information on minimum qualification requirements for appointment or examination.