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Bond Budget Accountant (Limited Term)
Bond Budget Accountant (Limited Term)
Berryessa Union Elementary
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Length of Work Year:
$5,052 ($29.05/hr.) to $6,410 ($36.86/hr.) per month; Maximum Initial Placement (Step 3) – $5,561 ($31.97/hr.) plus Benefits
Date Posted:12/21/2018 Application Deadline:Until Filled Employment Type:Full Time Length of Work Year:12 MONTHS Salary:$5,052 ($29.05/hr.) to $6,410 ($36.86/hr.) per month; Maximum Initial Placement (Step 3) – $5,561 ($31.97/hr.) plus Benefits Number Openings: (At time of posting)1Contact: Janet Keene Email: email@example.comPhone: (408) 923-1850
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DUTIES: This position offers the exciting opportunity to work in concert with a wide range of professionals. At the direction of the Director of Bond Facilities and Modernization, the Bond Budget Accountant assists in managing construction and facilities projects including communication. Monitors and updates budget, accounting, and other related financial data, including preparation and tracking of monthly financial reports; schedules milestones and coordinates between District site administrators, contractors, construction managers, architects, consultants and building officials. Communicates with contractors, district staff and others seeking information about bond projects. Schedules meetings and assists in managing related documentation for new construction and renovation projects; prepares all facets of communication documents required for project scheduling, phasing, and sequencing; records actions of major planning and design meetings; organizes, schedules, and coordinates construction administration for all phases of design including schematic design, design development, and construction documents; develops, maintains, and revises systems and procedures related to office organization; maintains bond projects filling system; works with and assists the Purchasing/Contracts/Bond Budget Manager in the bidding process and contract awards through preparation of bid forms, documents, contract forms, project manuals, and other activities associated with the construction procurement process from conception to completion; tracks and logs all documents related to Stop Notices and Releases, Certified Payroll issues, contractor license issues and Securities in Lieu of Retention escrow agreements and retention payments; maintains files related to bond disputes, bond arbitration and bond litigation; participates in bond facility project planning; maintains the Bond Projects Management Information System. This position will be terminated upon completion of all Bond Measure projects.
QUALIFICATIONS: Associate degree in Business Administration is required plus 3 years related experience. Any combination of the following that would be equivalent to an A.A. degree can be used to substitute for the degree: high school diploma or G.E.D.; course work in construction, and/or computer systems, and 3-5 years related experience in Business Services, Purchasing, and/or Construction in a public school setting; must be able to communicate effectively in English orally and in written form; employ tactful communication, exercise patience and courtesy.
Criminal Justice Fingerprint Clearance Required
Requirements for Applying
Letter of Introduction
Letter(s) of Recommendation ((Minimum 3))
Requirements for Applying
Letter of Introduction
Letter(s) of Recommendation ((Minimum 3))
The Bond Measure duration is approximately eighteen months, therefore, this position will be terminated upon completion of all Bond Measure projects.WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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The accountant position will support the HRA financial reporting and budget reporting process. The candidate will be able to perform detailed cost analysis and possess strong problem solving skills.
This will include process design and redesign, process implementation, and general ledger activities. The candidate will be responsible for preparing budgets, maintaining systems, helping to improve business efficiencies and productivity.
To test system functionality and trouble shoot system issues. To be a systems administrator in various systems. To document processes for departmental training manuals and to provide training for modules and functionality where needed to other groups outside of finance. This person will also provide support for month end closing activities and adhoc reporting on topics ranging from fixed assets to accounts receivable to accounts payable reporting.
Budget activities will include budget and forecast preparation, budget versus actual analysis, adhoc budget reporting, Budget-Planning-Consolidation (BPC) maintenance, SAP maintenance and budget presentation. Additional activities may include but are not limited to performing journal entries, documentation, preparation of audit reports, and preparation of analysis reports, account reconciliations, and account analysis.
BS/BA degree in Accounting or related degree and a minimum of 1 year of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Candidate must have a strong knowledge of both the balance sheet and income statement.
Knowledge of GAAP is required with a basic understanding of IFRS and SOX compliance such as internal controls and separation of duties. Candidate must have strong working knowledge of ERP systems, experience with databases, reporting tools, budget preparation, and analysis and have progressive accounting or IT experience with financial systems. CPA or CMA, SAP knowledge, experience with BPC, analysis for office and knowledge of research and development or automotive manufacturing experience is desired.
Candidate must have strong communication skills and be able to effectively communicate in a diverse group environment as well as have strong organization and project management skills. Proficient PC Skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other technical software), ability to work independently with minimum supervision, and strong attention to detail is also required. Ability to travel and work overtime may be required. #LI-ND1
Budget Assistant/Senior Budget Assistant (Icdgp)
The Global Partnerships Division of the Institute for Capacity Development (ICDGP) has a vacancy for a one-year contractual Budget Assistant/Senior Budget Assistant.
The position will support the division's management and oversight of externally-financed capacity development (CD) operations of the Fund's regional capacity development centers (RCDCs), thematic funds, and bilateral agreements. The selected candidate will work under the direction of the Division Chief/Deputy Division Chief responsible for financial operations, and in close collaboration with the technical assistance officers and other budget staff within the division.
In addition, she/he will liaise often with staff in other Fund departments (such as CD-delivering departments and the Finance Department) and report financial and other information to the donors that finance the Fund's CD activities. Responsibilities of the Budget Assistant/Senior Budget Assistant include budget monitoring and reporting; project accounting and financial reporting; expenses review, reconciliation, forecast; data extraction, manipulation and analytics; and contributing to the development and enhancement of policies and control procedures.
Financial Services Manager (Senior Budget And Management Analyst)
Position Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
This posting will be used to fill a Full Time, Permanent, Financial Services Manager in the Department of Public Works for Anne Arundel County Government.
It is professional lead or advanced level budget and management analysis work in the Department of Public Works Bureau of Utility Operations. Work involves reviewing, presenting, administering and operating capital budgets, conducting management studies, and serving on a variety of financial related committees. There is extensive contact with department heads, elected officials and representatives from the media, the public and other public sector officials.
NATURE AND VARIETY OF WORK
This class of work is distinguished from the Budget and Management Analyst III by having either lead level responsibilities, or serving as a project manager for management studies, and being assigned the most difficult budget or management analysis assignments.
The employee will be assigned as having responsibility for the Utility Fund capital and operating budgets. Work also includes having responsibility for providing guidance to a department on budget preparation and submission.
The employee provides appropriate budget guidance to a department on budget preparation, proposals, and monitoring after budget is approved. Work includes review of analysis of a Utility Fund's budget, discussing alternatives with the County Executive, formulating alternatives and making presentations to the County Executive and County Council. After the budget is approved the employee works with the department to ensure the budget is properly administered.
Work requires knowing how to apply a wide variety of computer software for budget administration. Employee must be proficient in operating a personal computer. Work performed is reviewed and evaluated by a higher-level professional staff member.
Examples of Duties and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:(Note: The duties and responsibilities enumerated in this class specification are for the purpose of determining a common set of minimum qualifications and salary level for all positions in this class. They are not intended to include all of the essential functions of all positions in the class.)
Responsible for developing, reviewing, monitoring, receipt reconciliation of and reporting on the Utility Bureau's revenue. This includes preparation of presentation packages and development of quarterly projection analysis. In addition, this position closely monitors expenditure and revenue activity to ensure the financial strength of the Enterprise Fund.
Responsible for the proper accounting of the Utility Bureau's activities. This includes ensuring that the financial year end entries are made correctly and timely, and that audit questions are answered and resolved.
Responsible for the administration of agreements with local jurisdictions and agreements with developers. This requires review of invoices to determine their conformance with the agreements as well as determining the completion of work performed prior to the disbursement of credits. In addition, proper accounting of each transaction is required.
Responsible for the allocation of sewer capacity to developers and the proper accounting and reporting of same to the Allotment Committee quarterly. This requires working closely with the Departments of Inspections & Permits and Planning & Zoning, as well as developers. Close monitoring of the actual flows at each Water Reclamation Facility, as well as active projects, is critical.
Responsible for the management of the petition for the extension of water and/or wastewater service process. This includes working with citizens, calculating costs and assessments, entering the assessments into the Consolidated Property Files, and maintaining the files as property transfers or divides.
Responsible for the maintenance of the Utility Financial Model, including updating it for actual costs incurred and budgeted costs, as well as revenues. This position recommends rate increases as necessary to ensure the financial integrity of the Enterprise Fund.
Responsible for assisting in drafting legislation and representing the Bureau at County Council work sessions and hearings.
Responsible for being the Bureau's audit liaison and assisting the Bureau on audit issues.
Responsible for the City of Annapolis wastewater billing monitoring and reconciliation.
Responsible for managing Utility Operations capital and operating grants.
Communicates to departmental representatives the County Executive's budget policies and Finance Officer's budget guidelines to ensure departmental requests and supplemental materials provide sufficient scope and detail to facilitate review and prioritization by the Budget Office, County Executive, Planning Advisory Board and County Council.
Reviews and analyzes departmental operating and capital requests and supplemental materials. For the capital budget, leads the Planning Advisory Board through a similar process culminating in recommendations to the County Executive and County Council.
Summarizes operating and capital budget requests and present recommendations to Financial Officer, County Executive and County Council providing supporting information, explanation and defense of recommendations as appropriate.
Monitors operating and capital budgets through close communication with departmental representatives, purchasing and personnel staff to ensure expenditures and hiring practices are consistent with approved budget.
Evaluates management and operating practices of interdepartmental scope in order to recommend and implement change in policy and practice.
Serves as project coordinator on management studies and research projects as assigned.
Responds to agency heads and unit managers concerning budget and personnel cost-related matters.
Represents the Budget Office on interdepartmental committees concerned with management and operating practices of interdepartmental scope, and county-wide impact.
Maintains contact with department officials, information services, other applicable county staffs, and governmental and private sector representatives.
Analyzes departmental organization and operating practices and procedures; records systems, forms, office layouts, personnel requirements, and other phases of organization and administration.
Performs related work as required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Extensive knowledge of modern principles and practices of business and public administration and management.
Extensive knowledge of the principles and practices of public finance administration.
Extensive knowledge of the organizations, functions, policies, and administrative procedures of the county government.
Extensive knowledge of procedures analysis, work simplification, forms and records control, and staff utilization, including the application of electronic data processing to management and program processes.
Ability to analyze complex departmental budget requirements, programs, policies, procedures, and operations.
Ability to identify opportunities for organizational and operational improvements and to develop plans for the installation of such improvements.
Ability to use a personal computer and to apply a variety of software applications.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with county officials, employees, and the public.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
A graduate degree in public or business administration, finance, or accounting; and senior level experience in managing technical financial operations and managing technical budget personnel in a non-traditional budget environment.
Preference will be given to applicants with the following:
1.) Extensive finance or accounting experience in a public utility environment.
2.) Extensive knowledge of procedures analysis, work simplification, process control, and staff utilization, including the application of electronic data processing to management and program processes.
Director Of Budget Strategies And Forecasting (Wms Band 3) - Doh4346
This recruitment will remain Open Until Filled.
NOTE: There will be a 2% salary increase effective January 1, 2019. Salary listed does not include the increase.
Reporting to Chief Financial Officer, the Director of Budget Strategies and Forecasting is responsible is responsible for oversight of agency budget planning, guidelines for strategic budget outlook, funding models, financial loans, and development of strategies to forecast finances. This position ensures that guidelines, processes, tools and templates for managing the agency's operating and capital budgets are available for effective and efficient financial management. The Director oversees the agency's biennial operating and capital budgets of approximately $1.2 billion and provides the vision and leadership to develop, implement, and monitor the budgets to ensure the effective, creative and flexible use of available resources to achieve the agency's mission and goals. This position supports the mission of the agency through effective budgetary management by ensuring resources are obtained by continuously updating OFM and Legislative staff about the necessary services provided by the agency to ensure public health and using those resources to improve public health within state and federal laws and legislative direction. The Director is responsible for a staff of 10 (3 direct reports) and for an annual budget of approximately $1.5 million.
The Office of Financial Services provides leadership and support for agency priorities and programs through quality budgeting, contracting, grant management, purchasing, and accounting services. The office ensures financial compliance with state and federal laws, regulations and reporting requirements in addition to performing agency-wide financial activities. The office ensures operational effectiveness and financial stability of the agency. Within the Office of Financial Services, the Budget Strategies and Forecasting section ensures effective budgetary management of funds requested and expended in alignment with the agency's mission and goals within federal and state regulations.
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We have an engaging Wellness@Health program which offers programs that support healthy behaviors and work/life balance. Our program provides wellness education, access to healthy food, physical activity classes, stress relief, and many other resources to support a healthy you.
We support a healthy work/life balance by offering flexible/alternative work schedules, and mobile and telework options. (Depending upon job duties.)
We are making exciting steps towards modernizing our workplace by providing motivating and inspiring workspaces that promote creative thought, innovation, and collaboration among co-workers.
We have an Infant at Work Program that is based on the long-term health values of breastfeeding newborns and infant-parent bonding. Eligible employees who are new mothers, fathers, or legal guardians can bring their infant (6 weeks to 6 months) when returning to work. (Depending upon job duties and work location.)
What we're looking for
Success in this position requires a team player, defined as having a driving passion for the work, bringing humility to their job and people interaction, and who listens and understands how their words and actions affect others.
Our ideal candidate is a transformative leader comfortable with innovation and ambiguity, who is able to problem-solve complex policy and operational issues, lead system and process improvements, create meaningful partnerships and work collaboratively to meet shared objectives as well as create a climate where people are motivated to do their best. A leader who supports and empowers staff when making tough decisions, who is willing to address difficult issues and say what needs to be said, and who recognizes the values that different perspectives and cultures bring to an organization.
Preference may be given to candidates with the following DESIRED education and experience:
Bachelor's degree or higher in Public/Business Administration, Accounting, or a closely allied field.
Four (4) or more years of experience performing senior-level financial functions in management field including Washington state budget concepts and processes, both operating and capital, and legislative processes.
Three (3) or more years of management/leadership experience, to include all aspects of workforce and performance development.
Experience with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) in applying these principles to revenue and expenditure analysis.
As well as demonstrated leadership competencies in the following:
Extensive written and oral communication skills; demonstrated ability to communicate complex topics or issues both verbally and in writing.
Demonstrates self-awareness, self-management, ethics, integrity, and continual growth and learning.
Demonstrates interpersonal awareness and the ability to be inclusive.
Demonstrates organizational and political awareness, relationship building skills, and effective decision making.
Demonstrates the ability to integrate performance leadership into program activities, provide coaching and mentoring for improved success, provide personalized recognition and celebrate successes, and displays characteristics of interpersonal influence.
Demonstrates fiscal accountability by following finance regulations, principles standards and guidelines when pursuing and giving expert advice on the use of financial resources for the agency.
Opportunities & Challenges
The agency recently centralized our financial management services on November 1, 2018. This position is a key leader in the implementation of this transition and moving the organization towards a strategic direction with our financial management practices.
The new Director will develop and lead the transformation of funding models to support enterprise information technology systems and program services that maximize our diverse funding streams.
As a leader in the agency, this position will have the opportunity to develop our workforce of upcoming financial leaders.
This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer. Learn more about the Washington Management Service.
The annual range of compensation is between $95,000 and $107,000, depending upon qualifications.
Washington State offers a full benefits package including vacation and sick leave, family medical and dental coverage, life insurance, retirement, and a deferred compensation.
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is an equal opportunity employer. DOH strives to create a working environment that is inclusive and respectful. It is our policy to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, veteran status, political affiliation, genetics, or disability in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of our workforce. Applicants wishing assistance or alternative formats in the process should contact Cher Williams at (360) 236-4545, Cher.Williams@doh.wa.gov, or TDD Relay at 1-800-833-6384 or 7-1-1.
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Washington State offers a total work/life package of pay, benefits, flexibility and workplace opportunities to help you get the most out of your career and out of life. Washington State is a great place to work, play, and be a part of a community. Washington offers a quality of life that is unsurpassed. From the high-energy urban center of Seattle, one of the nation's top-ranked cities, to the more relaxed pace of our rural communities, Washington's distinctive Northwest lifestyle blends a progressive, creative culture with a casual nature.
The position is located in Tumwater, Washington, right on the edge of Olympia, the state's capital. The Tumwater/Olympia area has a vibrant city with a small-town feel conveniently situated between Seattle and Portland, Oregon. Mount Rainier and the rugged Cascade Mountains provide majestic scenery to the east while Washington's Pacific Coast is just an hour's drive to the west. Tumwater enjoys the benefits of an engaged and educated community and a well-supported school system, with two universities and a community college within a ten-mile radius. Learn more about the City of Tumwater, and about the Olympia and the Thurston County area.
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DESCRIPTION: Perform district wide budget development, implementing monitoring, reporting and analysis. The role works directly with department and school leaders by assisting in a variety of areas including monthly budget status reports, strategic analysis and research and year-end budget and expenditure projections.
SALARY: Classified Grade S2, starting at $4,516.00 per month (equivalent of $54,193.00 annually), depending on recent relevant experience. 8 hours per day, Monday through Friday, 260 day / 12 month work schedule. Position eligible for benefits.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Monitors budget activities throughout the year. Conducts variance analysis of budgeted versus actual expenditures and promotes the alignment of budget to actual activities. Prepares financial information for analysis and comparison including trends and multi-year projections.
Provides financial analysis for district decision makers. Performs assignments involving research, data interpretation, analysis and formulation of recommendations. Prepares financial information and reports. Provides consultation to district administrators on findings and mases suggestions for improvements.
Helps prepare the annual financial plan and budget for Board of Education adoption. Ensures compliance and maintains knowledge of current and developing school finance laws, superintendent policies, Colorado Department of Education requirements, inclusive of district financial transparency website, and best budget practices. Serves on various ad hoc committees as needed.
Maintains district wide position control.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Coordinates, prepares and monitors the district's annual financial plan and budget. Advises departments and schools on budget processes and requirements. Analyzes reports and meets with department and school personnel to discuss concerns and/or answer questions. Advises district stakeholders about budget-related training, general information, financial presentations and other budgetary matters.
Operating knowledge of and experience with personal computers and peripherals.
Operating knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Word, and PowerPoint. Expert knowledge of Excel.
Operating knowledge of district financial system and student information system preferred, required within 3 months of entering position
Must be able to pass a Colorado and Federal Bureau of Investigation background check.
Bachelor's Degree in finance, business administration, public administration or related field required.
Minimum three years' experience relevant budget experience required. Governmental accounting experience preferred.
Analytical skills, independent judgment, and professional knowledge to accurately monitor compliance with internal policies, Board, district, state, and federal guidelines related to school finances required.
Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communications and attention to detail skills.
Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of the job.
Strong technical knowledge of accounting standards and financial statement reporting, expert competence with spreadsheet, accounting software and knowledge of computers are essential, excellent organizational skills in a complex environment, effective written and oral communication skills.
Expert level Excel skills required at the time of hire.
Please Note: All posted vacancies in the District close at 4:00 p.m. Mountain Time.
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Budget Specialist - State And Federal Accountability
Incumbent must have a high school diploma and minimum of three years working with budgets on a campus/department or in a business or non-profit setting with management experience. A minimum of 12 hours in higher education is preferred.
Financial analysis, planning, budgeting, and forecasting experience, and school district or governmental experience is preferred. Ability to analyze problems and to identify significant factors, gather pertinent data and recognize solutions. Ability to utilize software applications to manage, extract and analyze data to facilitate reporting and reconciling analysis. Any other experience that has provided the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of this position, and that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled. Candidate must possess highly analytical skills and must be proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Pivot Table software applications. Excellent customer service, communication, and writing skills are required.
Employees in this position must be able to read, write, and speak/communicate in English in order to receive and to provide work-related information in a timely manner to other employees, supervisors, principals, school personnel, volunteers and where appropriate, visitors and students. Employees must have a successful record in outstanding customer service with clients.
JOB PURPOSE AND RESPONSIBILITY
The incumbent supports the State and Federal Accountability Department in establishing, monitoring, and accurately reporting budgets for the Austin Independent School District. This position is responsible for processing budget transfer requests from the district campuses and various district departments for the purpose of budget control and maintaining various budget office files. Incumbent will assist with other financial department functions necessary in day-today activities and may assist with the development and maintenance of the annual budget and long range budget planning.
Enter daily budget transfers requested from district campuses and various district departments.
Provide individual coaching and training to bookkeepers to maintain and update their budgets.
Provide training during Grant Academies to area bookkeepers and others on requirements for using and maintaining grant funds.
Assist personnel to prepare budgets, if necessary, and review the completion of budget worksheets during all budget processes.
Compile, review, process and meet deadlines for budget amendments.
Enter and maintain office log of budget transfers.
Answer inquiries from district campuses and various departments as to account balances and progress of pending budget transfers.
Prepare monthly budget balances for the Director.
Assist school and various department personnel with the submission of the general fund and grant budget requests.
Assist in responding to surveys and providing information to the requests.
Maintain the chart of accounts.
Possess the ability to learn requirements of grant budgets in quick manner of time.
Prepare annual updated budget worksheets to reflect all changes prior to distributing the worksheets to principals at the annual budget workshops.
Learn and apply budgetary compliance and regulations for various grants.
OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED
Perform other related duties as assigned; however, all employees are expected to comply with lawful directives in rare situations driven by need where a team effort is required.
PHYSICAL EFFORT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Work is performed in a standard office environment, which at times, may be crowded and congested with considerable interfering noise and interruptions. Computer use is required and prolonged use may result in repetitive hand motion. Must be able to sit for long periods of time, type and operate a 10-key calculator, operate a computer keyboard and mouse, view computer printouts and visual displays. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations will be made if necessary. Regular attendance is required for this position. Some travel to campuses and/or meetings may be required for this position.
PERSONAL WORK RELATIONSHIPS:
This position reports directly to the Director of State and Federal Accountability with no direct supervisory responsibilities. Incumbent will provide guidance and assistance in relation to the budget accounts and appropriations to district campuses and various AISD department personnel.
Duty Days: 260
Pay Grade: CP1
Starting Salary: $21.91/Hr
Comprehensive Benefits Package
Employee Discount Program
Closing Date: Until Filled
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Budget Assistant (Ca/C) (Id:7515268)
Kenjya-Trusant is seeking a candidate to fill the role of Budget Assistant in the Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA) to effectively provide the support services as outlined below.
Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities:
Reviews invoices for proper certification and monitors available balances to determine if sufficient funds are available to pay the invoice;
Informs appropriate budget analysts of any invoices that cannot be paid due to insufficient funds;
Facilitates coordination between the program staffs, office of the Resource Management, and vendors to resolve accounts payable problems;
Remains current with assigned program accounts and their relevant issues, determines the most advantageous position for the CA, and recommends solutions to account payable problems;
Provides data support for financial reports on the status of CA program operations for functional programs;
Monitors the use and rate of expenditures of program funds;
Researches funding activities within each action office and reviews written documentation for the past and future program requirements;
Examines the use of funds against planning targets for budgeted programs and identifies potential economies;
Prepares detailed cost and program data for assigned projects in support of the preparation of the annual budget submission to the Department, Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and Congress;
Analyzes Departmental accounting reports and other information resources to generate these supportive data;
Performs cost analysis using cost-benefit analysis, researching historical methods;
Provides a variety of reports on the outstanding bills, interest, outstanding travel vouchers, training expenses, or the other subjects as assigned by the designated Government point of contact;
Performs periodic reviews of unpaid obligations to ascertain the continued validity of such transactions;
Monitors the status of the Bureau's working capital fund and prepare reports detailing working capital expenses, by organization and identifies any unusual trends or discrepancies to the appropriate budget analyst for further investigation;
Assists in executing the Bureau's Washington imprest fund and refunds; reviews all requests for validity of request and availability of funds and assigns appropriate fiscal data to certified requests; provides information and guidance to all Bureau personnel regarding appropriate use of imprest funds and appropriate procedures; provides status updates on refund processing issues;
Reviews prior year financial reports and researches records (requisitions, obligating documents and invoices) to ensure that obligations have been properly liquidated and ensure that duplicate payments have not been made by RM; advises appropriate budget analyst to make necessary corrections to financial reports; and
Provides information and guidance to all CA offices on procedures, forms, and documentation required to support budget estimates and requests for funds.
Knowledge and proficiency with Microsoft software/applications;
Excellent organizational, communication and writing skills;
Excellent customer service skills, including customer needs assessments, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction; and
Ability to interact effectively with others in particular, colleagues and personnel at various Department levels.
Clearance Requirement - SECRET
Please note all candidates are required to provide the previous five (5) years of employment history as well as their most recent paystub for the purpose of salary verification.
THE KENJYA-TRUSANT GROUP, LLC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that was established in 2015 as a merger between The Kenjya Group, Inc. and Trusant Technologies, LLC. Our mission is to implement, support and protect the nation's advanced technology systems, business processes and high-technology facilities. Working with the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, the Intelligence Community, state and local governments, and commercial clients, Kenjya-Trusant provides cyber protection, information technology, engineering, construction management and acquisition support services. We are a small company with big company benefits, including Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, Bonus Potential, Flexible Spending Account, Life Insurance, Short- and Long-Term Disability, Paid Time Off, and a culture of teamwork and continuous learning. Come grow with us!
The Kenjya-Trusant Group is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. If you require accommodations, please contact our Human Resources Department at (410) 740-4045.
Since its founding in 2000, TeleSolv Consulting has been committed to helping organizations solve complex problems. Our solutions integrate sound management principles with the most appropriate technologies to assist senior executives in effectively managing programmatic, schedule, and technical risks.
Our Company is seeking a Budget Analyst. The employee should have knowledge of budgetary processes and automated systems necessary to monitor and manage the office budget. They will use their knowledge and skills in applying the principles, practices and methods of budget execution to monitor whether obligations, expenditures, and requested allotments are within funding limitations in the approved budget.
Please note: this is a part-time position.
- Performs budget administration functions in the monitoring, and review of the Field Office (FO) budget for buildings, including personnel, repair and alteration (R&A) projects, utilities, reimbursable work authorizations, and services.
- Reviews and provides information and/or data to the Field Office Director (FOD) and individual building managers in support of the annual budget.
- Reviews and provides information and/or data to the FOD on the annual FO budget. Researches, compiles and summarizes data concerning personnel salaries and expenses and similar object class and line item information needed for execution of the budget.
- Monitors and tracks obligations and expenditures in the financial management systems for support functions throughout the execution phase of the annual operating budget and ensures reconciliation between all reporting systems. Works with the FOD and building managers to ensure timely obligation and commitment of funds. Upon direction from a supervisor or manager, reports variations in excess of accepted funding limitations to activity managers.
- Recommends cost-transfer of funds between object class and function codes under the same appropriations. Prepares data summary for inclusion in routine and special reports on budget execution.
- Tabulates cost data on individual projects/building (i.e., Logistic Management Institute (LMI) and industrial data) to illustrate the effect of changes in levels of funds. Compiles information in the correct format and prepares clarifying information (i.e., graphs, charts and other visual aids).
- Develops budget reports for Budget Activities (BA-80, BA-60, BA-61) for use and tracking purposes of the PBS Field Offices and their staff.
- At times may be required to have customer interaction when working through budget duties. Serves as a liaison between budget analysts and Contractor issues.
- Employee should have knowledge of budgetary and financial relationships with workloads of organizational components to determine whether funds are being obligated and expended in accordance with goals and objectives of the Field Office’s (FO’s) annual work plan with supervisor or manager’s advice and guidance.
- Should have a practical knowledge of the organizational structure, programs and work methods of components budgeted for, to determine whether funding needs are in line with program plans and should be familiar with MS Office.
- Proven experience as budget analyst
- Proficient in MS Office and databases
- Outstanding communication skills (verbal and written)
- Attention to detail
- Must be a U.S Citizen
Budget Analyst II (Pcn 12-4202)
The Department of Public Safety is recruiting for a Budget Analyst II to join our team committed to public safety through public service.
This position is part of the Division of Administrative Services and under the direction of the Budget Manager, the position is responsible for a full range of department-level budget development, complex analysis, implementation, and reconciliation duties.
Key Responsibilities of this position include:
Coordinates establishment of the authorized budget at the start of the fiscal year, to include working with division management to ensure timely and accurate implementation of the approved budget into IRIS (accounting report software)
Coordinates and implements frequent periodic review and analysis of actual and projected expenditures, including cash-flow analysis for programs funded from restricted receipts
This position requires extensive use of the Alaska Budget System (ABS) and state accounting system (IRIS), and development and use of reports in IRIS and ALDER (accounting report software)
Inputs budget transactions into IRIS (accounting report software) and certify other budget transactions in IRIS.
Coordinates development and periodic review of departmental and divisional performance measures, and recommends changes as needed.
Coordinates technical aspects of fiscal year-end closeout; tracks status of departmental operating appropriations and initiate corrective actions as needed.
Develops and revises internal cost allocation plans, including plans for the Commissioner`s Office and Division of Administrative Services. Assist division administrative officers in collecting and presenting monthly budget projections.
Prepares or reviews revised programs (RP) and reimbursable services agreements (RSA). Work with divisions to ensure accuracy of information, completeness and accuracy of supporting documents, accuracy of coding and budgetary and financial information. Ensure questions are resolved in a timely manner and facilitate processing.
We are looking to hire someone with the following knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience:
Experience working with RSAs (reimbursable service agreements) or experience with contracts between agencies and providers
Experience providing budgetary analysis and review for a department or large business entity
Budget development, implementation and/or monitoring experience
Experience in the development of a large-scale business or department's budget and performance measures
Ability to analyze and review a department´s or large business's capital and operating budgets
The Department of Public Safety strives to preserve the peace, enforce the law, prevent and detect crime, and protect life and property. All positions support or carry out the Department's mission. If our mission interests you and this position embodies your strengths, please consider joining our team.
More information about the Department of Public Safety can be found on our website: http://dps.alaska.gov/
One year of entry professional level experience analyzing and reviewing budgetary data and information; preparing analysis, reports, and recommendations on budgetary information; and utilizing electronic information management systems. This is met by service as a Budget Analyst I with the State of Alaska, or the equivalent elsewhere.
Two years of entry level professional experience in accounting or auditing; financial management, budget analysis, management, or projection/forecasting; budget legislation or policy analysis; or economic or management analysis and projection.
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