Full-Time Budget Analyst – Guwahati
Budget Managers should have strong interpersonal and communication skills, be able to see the “”big picture,” come up with innovative ideas, and have a positive attitude. They should also love working in a team environment. In order to succeed in this position, the ideal applicant must be a creative problem solver with excellent leadership and facilitation abilities who is open to new ideas and willing to try new approaches. They must also be able to cope with pressure and be able to see projects through to completion. It’s also a plus if you have a working knowledge of the state budget.
Job Title : Budget Analyst
Location : Guwahati, Assam, India
Salary : $ 33.39 per hour.
Company : Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Job Type : Full-Time
- As a result of the analysis of specific projects, the company provides various levels of service and labor to meet the needs of the project.
- By providing financial and budgetary studies in narrative form (including charts/graphs and presentations), as well as for senior management, the legislative staff and external stakeholders. It’s critical to be precise and thorough.
- Program budgeting processes on a daily basis Assist program managers in assigned divisions with the development and implementation of financially viable business strategies to meet customer satisfaction standards.
- Creates and analyzes income and expenditure reports; provides trend advice to supervisory staff; prepares quarterly revenue and expenditure reports to convert projections to actual expenditures in order to improve City budget reports.
- The Center’s annual budget and other funded budgets, as well as the forecasting of funds needed for workers, equipment, materials, supplies, and program activities, are overseen by the Center’s finance director. A financial expert who keeps tabs on and makes recommendations on budgetary costs
- Develop business cases, projections, buy-or-not decisions and rate assessments with cooperation with the Agency Budget Director and offer analytical assistance for assigned projects
- The outcomes of the previous fiscal year are compared to the current year’s expenses as well as operational efforts. A report on the alterations made to the budget is given to him or her.
- Performs other tasks and duties that may not be listed in the job description but are typical for the employee’s type of work.
- Changes the budget by looking at accounting records and data on personnel costs to figure out how much money is needed to run a program and make suggestions for budget allocations.
- The Office of Management and Budget Office of Finance handles all operational and financial issues for the assigned Division, including the processing of all Agency awards. The State Attorney’s Office’s budget planning and monitoring (SAO).
- Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, business/public management, finance, economics, quantitative analysis, or a closely related field;
- At least three years’ experience in a similar position; excellent organizational and people skills; good communication and writing skills; ability to work in a fast-paced environment; self-motivated and able to handle multiple responsibilities; good management skills and ability to work and develop others as a team; advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (including Word, PowerPoint and Excel) and graphics/desktop and Internet software knowledge is helpful..
- Degree in finance, business, accounting, or public administration from a recognized college or university is a minimum requirement in these fields of study.
- In order to qualify for this position, you must have a minimum of four (4) years of professional management experience, as well as expertise of how to create and manage budgets and grants.
- Research/analysis Evaluate and develop conclusions from data; support suggestions with facts and analysis; interpret and apply rules, regulations, policies and procedures Ability to speak and write clearly to engage an audience.