Long-Range Planning Analyst Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Long-Range Planning Analyst in United States

The average salary of a(n) Long-Range Planning Analyst in United States is $80,817.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Long-Range Planning Analyst in United States is $38.85.

The average bonus of a(n) Long-Range Planning Analyst in United States is $3,265.00.

Job Description:

Assesses and conducts studies, prepares reports, and gives advice on feasibility, cost effectiveness, and regulatory conformance of long- and short-range strategic plans, proposals, special projects, and ongoing programs to achieve the organization's growth and profitability objectives. Conducts field investigations, economic or public opinion surveys, demographic studies, or other appropriate research to gather required information. Converses with management or strategic planning committees to formulate strategic plans and directions, discuss overall intent of programs or projects, and determine broad guidelines for studies, utilizing knowledge of subject area, research techniques, and regulatory limitations. Reviews and evaluates materials, such as environmental impact statements, construction specifications, or budget or staffing estimates, to determine additional data requirements. Organizes and analyzes data from all sources, using statistical methods to ensure validity of results. Evaluates information to determine feasibility of proposals or to identify factors requiring amendment. Develops alternate plans for program or project, incorporating recommendations for review of officials. Maintains collection of socioeconomic, environmental, and regulatory data for use by planning and administrative personnel in government and private sectors. Reviews plans and proposals submitted by other governmental planning commissions or private organizations to assist in formulation of overall strategic plans. May participate in merger and acquisition projects. Less

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