Full-Time Budget Director – Alipore
The Budget Manager oversees day-to-day office operations alongside the Director of Administration Operations, focusing on employees and the smooth and effective functioning of office systems and equipment. Budget manager is responsible for purchasing equipment, maintaining office and equipment, upgrading procedures, and training personnel on AV, phone systems, and office equipment. Helps IT with office equipment, systems, software problems, and training. Position coordinates budget input and reporting for Administration. The Budget Manager oversees the Merrill Center Receptionist and works with Company State Office Managers to provide them have the resources and training they need to run state and regional offices. This job guarantees uniformity and efficiency across offices, supplies, and equipment.
Job Title : Budget Director
Location : Alipore, West Bengal, India
Salary : $ 33.69 per hour.
Company : Labcorp
Job Type : Full-Time
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- In charge of the agency’s daily budget operations for assigned projects, Involved in the formulation and execution of business strategies that are financially feasible and allow the agency to satisfy customer satisfaction standards.
- Comparing operational initiatives and costs to preceding years. Supervisors get budget-adjustment reports.
- Prepare complex financial and budgetary analysis documents like written narratives, charts/graphs, and presentation materials that can be shared with OFM, legislative staff, executive management, and external stakeholders. Make sure that these products are correct, complete, and of good quality.
- The employee’s class of work has a wide range of duties and responsibilities, some of which may not be explicitly stated in the job description, but which fit within the broad occupational category and responsibility level.
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- Offer analytical help for program business cases, forecasts, make-or-buy decisions, rate studies, and other financial modeling and analysis in collaboration with the Agency Budget Director.
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- Research-based An effective analyst is able to evaluate data, draw conclusions, substantiate them with evidence, and then put those conclusions into practice. The ability to communicate in a way that is understandable to the intended audience.
- a degree of at least a bachelor’s, preferably in finance, business, accounting, or public administration, from an institution of higher education that is regionally or nationally recognized.
- A quantitative analysis master’s degree requires accreditation in one of the following areas: accounting, business/public management, financial and economic analysis, or a closely related topic.
- At least four (4) years of professional management expertise in designing, monitoring, and managing a diverse operational budget, as well as at least two (2) years of supervisory experience.
- Experience in a similar position is required, as are good organizational and people skills, good communication and writing skills, the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, self-motivation and the ability to handle many tasks at once, and the ability to work with and develop others as a team. It is helpful to have advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher) and graphics/desktop and Internet software.