Analyst II (General) - Information Technology

Job Level
Entry-level position
Job Category
  • Technology
Job Status
Areas of Responsibility
  • Information Technology

The Analyst II (General) Coordinate, oversee and perform professional technical and analytical work in one or more assigned areas including coordinating and leading major and challenging projects to expand practices proven to raise student achievement with special attention on English Learners and Special Education students; plan, organize, direct, train and review the work of professional analysts, technicians and clerical staff to provide timely delivery of high quality services; serves in a lead capacity and create innovative approaches to meet the needs of the District.


  • Work closely with internal and external business partners to understand business processes, goals and gaps.

  • Drive the planning, prioritization, design, development and deployment of new projects & system enhancements.

  • Responsible for understanding business requirements, creating user stories, and partnering with the Development team to deliver a solution and a plan for projects & enhancements.

  • Identify and document business requirements consistent with accepted industry standards and/or regulations by collaborating with business unit leaders, team leads, and subject matter experts.

  • Document software issues, defects, and enhancement opportunities and assist business unit and team leaders in prioritizing and scheduling their resolution.

  • Leverage business knowledge and expertise to identify opportunities for process improvements.

  • Analyze complex data and provide insight.

  • Periodically report progress to stakeholders.

  • Assist team leads, subject matter experts, and technical staff with creating and revising business and technical documentation.

  • Develop test plans and test cases leveraging subject matter experts and knowledge gained by identifying and documenting requirements.

  • Coordinate testing and report results to stakeholders.

  • Develop project plans.

Additional Job Information 
Fresno Unified School District invites you to step up and inspire students to success. California's fourth-largest school district with an enrollment of more than 73, 000 students is making huge strides in preparing career-ready graduates. Guided by the Board of Education's Core Beliefs that all students can and must learn at grade level and beyond, the district is gaining momentum to boost student achievement. Fresno Unified School District is seeking dynamic, dedicated and motivated individuals. Individuals need to be committed to continuous improvement, results driven and eager to work in a diverse community. We are committed to creating a culture where: 

  • Diversity is Valued 

  • Accelerated Learning for Each Student is Key 

  • Good First Teaching is the Focus 

  • Collaborating with Civic Leaders Positively Impacts the Community 


Applicants must complete a management on-line application and attach a cover letter, resume, two current letters of support by the closing date. One letter of support MUST be from a current or previous supervisor. The FUSD Letter of Support FORM resembles a questionnaire form. The FUSD online application provides instructions on how to send the Letter of Support FORM to your contact person. Please use this mandatory form. A copy of your credential is necessary when the position requires one. Applicants are responsible for attaching their own documents. 

NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY: Fresno Unified School District does not harass, intimidate, or discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, age, creed, religion, political affiliation, gender, gender identity or expression or genetic information, mental or physical disability, sex, sexual orientation, parental or marital status, military veteran status, or any other basis protected by law or regulation, in its educational program(s) or employment.