Transportation Legislative Analyst
King County - Seattle, WA

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The Metropolitan King County Council will hire one budget legislative analyst at either the Senior (SLA) or Principal (PLA) level. Hire level will be determined based on qualification and experience. See links below for level descriptions and qualifications:
  • Senior Legislative Analyst:
  • Principal Legislative Analyst:
The Legislative Analyst provides fiscal and policy analysis for the Metropolitan King County Council . The position is currently assigned to transportation issues , which include the County Road Services Division and Metro Transit system, passenger-only ferry system, fleet administration and monitoring regional and state transportation issues.

The analyst in this position will provide the Council with qualitative and quantitative analysis of policy issues, help to develop and implement Council initiatives, and participate in the Council’s analysis and adoption of the of the County biennial budget.. The successful candidate will have exceptional analytical and written and oral communication skills and the ability to develop policy and fiscal options for council decision-makers with limited supervision. The successful candidate will also have substantive transportation system knowledge and experience, and likely to have strong local or regional experience with Puget Sound area transportation issues.

The Legislative Analyst is a salaried , overtime-exempt classification, and member of the Teamsters Local 117 .

  • A King County online application
  • Resume
  • Letter of interest
Applications will be reviewed as received . Applications are due by 4:30 p.m . on October 25, 2013 . If you have any questions regarding this annoucement, please contact Robert James at 206-263-9414 or at

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