18 Mar 2023
Full-Time Manager, Budgets – Al Wakrah
The Budget Manager is in charge of all programmatic components of the program’s internal and external reporting. This role is the principal financial interface with program employees, and it will lead efforts to organize financial information alignment among executive, program, and development personnel.
Job Title : Manager, Budgets
Location : Al Wakrah, Al Wakrah, Qatar
Salary : $ 33.33 per hour.
Company : Discovery Inc
Job Type : Full-Time
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- Budget modifications may be made by analyzing financial records and statistics on staff expenditures, and submitting budget allocation recommendations to the program manager.
- The comparison of operational programs and expenditures to previous fiscal years is done for the purpose of identifying trends. The supervisor receives reports with budget modification recommendations.
- Performs extra activities and obligations not stated in the employment description but within the employee’s occupational category and responsibility level.
- Research-based There has to be a thorough examination of the information collected, discoveries made, theories substantiated by evidence, and laws properly understood and implemented. Writing and speaking in a way that is understandable to the intended audience.
- A master’s degree in quantitative analysis requires accreditation in accounting, business/public management, financial and economic analysis, or a closely related field.
- Experience in a comparable job is necessary; outstanding organizational and people skills; solid communication and writing abilities; capacity to work in a fast-paced workplace; self-motivated and capable of handling several duties; ability to work and develop others; Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher) as well as graphics/desktop and Internet applications is a plus.
- 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.
- At least four (4) years of professional management experience is required, as well as expertise of budgeting and grant administration.