Profession public administration manager
Public administration managers advise governments on policy matters, oversee the interpretation and implementation of government policies and legislation by government departments and agencies, represent their country abroad and act on its behalf, or carry out similar tasks in intergovernmental organisations. They plan, organise, direct, control and evaluate the overall activities of municipal or local, regional and national government departments, boards, agencies or commissions in accordance with legislation and policies established by government and legislative bodies.
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- Government policy implementation
The procedures related to the application of government policies at all levels of public administration.
- Legislation procedure
The procedures involved in the making of laws and legislation, such as which organisations and individuals are involved, the process of how bills become laws, the proposal and reviewing process, and other steps in the legislation procedure.
- Budgetary principles
Principles of estimating and planning of forecasts for business activity, compile regular budget and reports.
- Ensure cross-department cooperation
Guarantee communication and cooperation with all the entities and teams in a given organisation, according to the company strategy.
- Estimate duration of work
Produce accurate calculations on time necessary to fulfil future technical tasks based on past and present information and observations or plan the estimated duration of individual tasks in a given project.
- Plan medium to long term objectives
Schedule long term objectives and immediate to short term objectives through effective medium-term planning and reconciliation processes.
- Manage staff
Manage employees and subordinates, working in a team or individually, to maximise their performance and contribution. Schedule their work and activities, give instructions, motivate and direct the workers to meet the company objectives. Monitor and measure how an employee undertakes their responsibilities and how well these activities are executed. Identify areas for improvement and make suggestions to achieve this. Lead a group of people to help them achieve goals and maintain an effective working relationship among staff.
- Manage work
Supervise, instruct and plan work for teams or individual members of the team. Set up time schedules and make sure they are followed.
- Manage budgets
Plan, monitor and report on the budget.
- Create solutions to problems
Solve problems which arise in planning, prioritising, organising, directing/facilitating action and evaluating performance. Use systematic processes of collecting, analysing, and synthesising information to evaluate current practice and generate new understandings about practice.
- Supervise staff
Oversee the selection, training, performance and motivation of staff.
- Develop work plans to solve problems
Ability to develop specific goals and plans to prioritise, organise, and accomplish work.
- Plan teamwork
Plan the working schedule of a group of people in order to meet all time and quality requirements.
- Manage government policy implementation
Manage the operations of the implementation of new government policies or changes in existing policies on a national or regional level as well as the staff involved in the implementation procedure.
- Liaise with politicians
Liaise with officials fulfilling important political and legislative roles in governments in order to ensure productive communication and build relations.
- Maintain relationships with government agencies
Establish and maintain cordial working relationships with peers in different governmental agencies.
- Liaise with local authorities
Maintain the liaison and exchange of information with regional or local authorities.
- Provide leadership
Lead and influence others to promote and contribute to policy development, advocacy, extending the boundaries and strategy at various levels.