Full-Time FRA Budget/Procurement Analyst – Garcia Hernandez
Work done by a Budget Analyst includes pre-budgeting and financial analysis. Operational budgets are examined; statistical data and reports on budgetary operations are compiled; legislative appropriation proposals are reworked; operational budgets are revised as necessary. Budgetary concerns are handled by this department’s budgetary expert. Excel, Access, Word, HHSAS, CAPPS, and ABEST are just a few of the software tools the Budget Analyst employs on a daily basis to get the job done. Working under the Budget Manager, the Budget Analyst has a lot of freedom to apply their own judgment and initiative.
Job Title : FRA Budget/Procurement Analyst
Location : Garcia Hernandez, Bohol Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 40.61 per hour.
Company : Chatham Imports, Inc
Job Type : Full-Time
- On all topics relating to departmental budgetary actions, function as a liaison between the department and the VP&S Office of Budget. Assist the Departmental Administrator with the budget narrative.
- Supervises the production of the City’s operating, performance, and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budgets; manages the yearly budget creation and review procedures; creates and maintains budget development standards, rules, and calendars; and publishes the final authorized City budget.
- To ensure that all grant applications for the Agency are properly processed, this division works closely with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Office of Finance on a number of operational and budgetary concerns.
- Budget problems are probed, financial data and trends are assessed and analyzed, future resource availability is forecasted, and corrective solutions are suggested.
- Respond to information requests from internal and external sources, liaising with stakeholders as needed.
- Budget data from various departments is collected and a recommended budget plan is developed. The suggested budget plan is then sent to the various departments as advice on appropriate budget levels.
- Analyzes trends and predicts financial condition; produces short and long-term income and expenditure predictions, and multiyear forecast models; assesses revenue and expenditure patterns, compared to budget and projections, uncovered revenue control concerns and recommended budget modifications.
- Manages, coaches and trains staff, and evaluates performance; meets regularly with staff to discuss and resolve priorities, workload, resource allocation, technical issues, quality standards, and services; monitors workload, special projects and assignments, and assures that quality and timeliness standards are met.
- Additional assigned tasks and responsibilities that are not listed explicitly in the job description but fit within the broad occupational category and responsibility level generally associated with the employee’s class of work.
- The incumbent must create relationships with a team and adopt analytical criteria to consistently and efficiently monitor performance whether on a short- or long-term assignment. Setting and meeting deadlines is essential.
- Expertise in large-scale public sector finance and budget management encompassing project budgeting, resource allocation, and annual financial reporting theories, ideas, and best practices.
- Accounting, Finance, Economics, Quantitative Analysis, or a similar discipline; Master’s degree from an approved institution or university
- Working with massive datasets and implementing integrated software solutions and business intelligence tools necessitates a high aptitude for and knowledge with them.
- Budget and grant administration expertise is essential for consideration for this job, which requires at least four (4) years of management experience.
- Outstanding organizational and interpersonal skills, strong communication and writing talents, multitasking ability, self-motivated, and team player. Knowledge of computers, graphics, desktop, and Internet applications is required.