Budget Officer Job Description Sample
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Under general direction, performs routine and non-routine professional, financial, budgeting and research work on the city's fiscal activities; performs related duties as required.
Essential Job Functions
Serves as project manager and liaison on special projects as assigned. Directs and supervises implementation of new programs and procedures; serves as departmental information officer and responds to requests for information from other cities and outside agencies; attends City Council meetings and assists in the preparation of information for City Council consideration.
Coordinates the preparation and compilation of the City's annual budget and five-year capital improvements budget. Develops policies and procedures for budget preparation, to include schedule, forms, and applicable software.
Assists departments during budget development with data entry, ensuring data submitted is relevant, reliable, and accurate. Performs revenue research and analysis, including tax collections; provides cost analysis and estimates; and prepares salary and benefits projections for inclusion in the budget. Coordinates submission of final budget documents to GFOA for the annual Budget Award.
Ensures financial system (Munis) reflects budget data as adopted. Researches and compiles data and information in response to all budget inquiries. Analyzes the fiscal impact of budget amendments and ensures approved amendments are timely and accurately reflected in the financial system.
Performs monthly budget reconciliation and reviews revenue accounts and departmental expenditure budgets. Assists departments with identifying and understanding budget variances.
Prepares budget transfers/amendments. Develops and maintains revenue manual. Coordinates the preparation of monthly financial reports to reflect current financial performance of the City, and projected year-end position.
Assists in the development of rates and fees for various enterprise funds, services and programs. Maintains trend data as it relates to budget preparation and rate analysis. Coordinates revisions to City's fee schedule ordinance.
Effective communication within the City, the general public, and various local, state, and federal officials is essential. Performs other duties as assigned. Responsible for regular on time attendance.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting, budgeting or financial management. Two to three years of full-time accounting and/or budgeting experience. Governmental budgetary experience a plus.
Thorough knowledge of financial analysis, methods of budget analysis and control, fiscal impact, performance indicators and accounting theory, practices and procedures. Superior verbal and written communication skills, with meticulous attention to accuracy and thoroughness.
Good skills in financial analysis. Ability to create and maintain complex spreadsheets and models in MS Excel and/or MS Access. Working knowledge of MS Office and various governmental financial reporting systems is a plus.
Skillful in working with highly sensitive and confidential information. Ability to perform thorough financial analysis and assist in research, perform management and operational analysis and prepare preliminary reports on findings and recommendations. Ability to communicate clearly, thoroughly and accurately both verbally and in writing.
Ability to work and communicate effectively with other City employees, management, City Council and the public. Ability to work beyond normal working hours as needed.
Valid Texas Class "C" driver's license. Must have and maintain a good driving record in accordance with the driving standards as established by the City of Rowlett. Must report all traffic citations to his/her departmental Director or his/her designee within two working days of receipt.
May occasionally have to work evenings and weekends.
Budget Officer II - Secret Clearance
Advanced Resource Technologies, Inc. (ARTI) is currently recruiting for a Budget Officer (Budget Liaison Officer II) in support of a contract with the Department of State at our Rosslyn, VA location. Position is full-time, exempt. Start date is immediate upon selection and security clearance processing as required.
This position is with the Office of Personnel Security and Suitability (DS/SI/PSS) of the Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, in the development, analysis, and execution of budgets, which are used to allocate current resources and estimate future financial requirements.
This individual will work under limited supervision in performing program statement of work. Conducts duties and responsibilities IAW agencies and department?s policies and applicable security regulations. The selected candidate will possess analytical and specialized technical skills which will enable him/her to perform all aspects of the job in a timely, responsive manner. He/she will exercise independent judgment, as well as a moderate level of problem-solving ability within the scope of work. He/she will work closely with supervisor/manager, PSS HQ Resource Manager, and other technical staff, and may engage in frequent contact with related government offices/departments.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Provide direct support to the PSS HQ Resource Manager
Assist in the formulation of future office budgets.
Ensures execution of office budget in accordance with federal and departmental budgetary policies.
Tracks all Office commitments, obligations, and expenses using Excel and analyzes the difference between actual and estimated budgets.
Manages the transfer of funds among agencies when required (MIPR agreements, internal funding transfers between offices, etc.).
Generate expenditure reports as required.
Knowledge of federal administrative regulations and laws.
General knowledge of Federal acquisition processes.
Organize financial data and maintain appropriate spreadsheets to obtain historical data when needed.
Perform contract funding increases and realignments within ILMS/GFMS.
Research accounting lines within contract task orders (in GFMS) in order to certify vendor invoices.
Budget Analyst (Budget Formulation / Budget Monitoring) – Active Secret Required
Aberdeen Proving Ground , MD
Finance & Accounting
CSRA was formed through the combination of the North American Public Sector business of CSC and SRA International. We deliver a broad range of innovative, next-generation IT solutions and professional services to help our customers modernize their legacy systems, protect their networks and assets, and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of mission-critical functions for our warfighters and our citizens. We are a $5.5 Billion Company with an extensive portfolio of challenging IT programs.
CSRA provides an atmosphere to "Grow Your Career" with our robust portfolio of programs and significant partnerships with key "cutting edge" companies. This culture will provide you with various training opportunities related to Next-Gen technologies, Enterprise Services and Mission Services. Our focus is to build Brilliant Teams and provide best class services to our Customers.
Join CSRA in developing and deploying integrated Mission Command and Situational Awareness capabilities to the Army and Joint Forces in support of PM Mission Command.
CSRA has an opportunity for a Budget Analyst to support PM Mission Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. This position does have a travel requirement of up to 10%.
As the Budget Analyst, you will assist PM Mission Command through the following activities:
Preparation of documents needed to process budget estimates
Planning, monitoring and participating in the control and responsibility for the formulation, presentation, and execution involving program plans
Formulating, presenting and executing multi-appropriation budgets
Developing, formulating, and preparing required data and assorted narrative justifications for long-range budget exercises
Formulating annual and multi-year budget estimates
Maintaining budget forecasts for accounts.
Maintaining travel funds.
Exercising control and surveillance over funding matters to assure successful attainment of project objectives
Accepting, processing, and controlling funds received from customers.
Compiling narrative and statistical material and prepares related background information for program briefings
Establish contractual data requirements for monitoring contractor performance. Develop recommendations regarding appropriate actions to resolve issues and problems.
Monitoring the execution of the approved budget to assure funds are properly allocated and are being obligated and spent.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum SECRET clearance is required.Ability to keep a Secret clearance active.
Experience or familiarity with DoD Program Acquisition
Experience in utilization of General Fund Enterprise Business Systems (GFEBS), SOMARDS and LMP
Experience with Microsoft Office - including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Experience with SharePoint.
Excellent communication skills and strong organizational skills.
CSRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all Qualified Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to Race, Color, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Disability Status, Protected Veteran Status or any other Characteristic Protected by Law.
Financial Analyst - Budget
Under general supervision, performs variance and budget analysis in conjunction with monthly reporting and annual budget development. Work involves financial modeling and analysis; assisting in the development and maintenance of the county-wide financial policies and procedures manual; and conducting research and analysis of legislative issues and their potential impact on County operations.
Employee must exercise independent judgment and initiative in completing assignments. Employee must also exercise considerable tact and courtesy in frequent contact with staff, vendors and other agencies. Reports to the Division Director, Budget.
Prepares various work papers for audit field work, service area budget amendments, journals, and postings for budgeted transactions, transfers, etc. for assigned service areas. Prepares and reconciles interdepartmental charges for Internal Service Funds; prepares projected year end service area revenues, expenditures, and budgetary impacts; reconciles and prepares estimates for fleet maintenance charges and year-end true-up.
Compiles service area requests for year over year budgetary rolls for contracts, purchase orders, projects, and program balances. Supports the preparation of Management/BoCC ready backup and prepares related budget amendment.
Prepares and assists with other reports as necessary.
Prepares Internal Service funds estimated revenues, expenditures, and budgetary impacts for review and reconciles related service area charges. Prepares and monitors service area contributions and expenditures to the Health, Dental, Workers' Compensation, Property & Casualty, Separation Allowance, and OPEB funds; prepares year-end true-up journals to cover current revenue and fund balance requirements.
Prepares contract deputy billings and monitors revenue receipts. Reviews and updates annually the contract deputy cost estimates. Prepares, monitors, and updates other similar billings and related receipts.
Reviews periodic service area and consultant prepared grant reports; reconciles and coordinates corrections and filing the appropriate Federal, State, and/or Private agency reports. Maintains grant tracking procedures and inventory; monitors for compliance with policies.
Maintains the County's debt portfolio. Works in conjunction with management to coordinate bond issuances and sales.
Tracks related arbitrage. Works with the County's financial advisor and bond counsel as needed.
Prepares service area budget training and instructions; answers questions and provides analysis. Analyzes submitted data for year-end estimates and next year budget request for consistency, reasonableness, directives, etc., and enters budget data.
Supports the preparation of the outside agency budget package/questionnaire. Reviews outside agency budget request submissions, monitors the receipt of their annual financial reports, and provides related data entry.
Collects and compiles budget request submissions and estimating current revenue sources for UCPS and the volunteer fire service areas.
Supports service areas with detailed and summary reporting; and related reconciliations.
Prepares general ledger project closure budget amendments and related journal entries and report of transactions by month; reviews for completeness and accuracy. Prepares payment disbursements and periodic federal and state departmental reports.
Maintains demand indicators data and related backup.
Assists with the review of service area processes, procedures, internal controls, etc.; conducts operational reviews/audits; analyzes service area performance measures, objectives and budget requests, conducts, conducts management productivity and operational studies.
Coordinates the County's CIP process by assisting with the preparation of the service area's CIP request package/directions; the training of the service areas on the request package/instructions and software; and various CIP budget related questions, analysis, etc. Reviews data submitted by service areas for completeness, reasonableness, directives, etc.
Prepares final review and compilation of requests in preparation for the final CIP document. Confirms approved CIP operational items are included in the budget process.
Reviews financial impact of service area agenda items.
Review pre-procurement forms.
Reviews contracts for payment/encumbrance terms; prepares encumbrance of budget for contracts; confirms appropriate funding of contracts. Conducts pre-audits.
Assists service areas with following financial policies, procedures, and guidelines.
ADDITIONAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Performs other related work as required.
Education and Experience
- Budget (Salary Range $41,975 - $62,963):
Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Economics, Business or Public Administration, Accounting or other closely related field, and 3 to 5 years of accounting experience performing financial data analysis and reconciliations, preferably in a governmental setting; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge, and abilities. Possession of a North Carolina Finance Officer certification preferred.
Senior Financial Analyst
- Budget (Salary Range $45,919 - $68,879):
Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Economics, Business or Public Administration, Accounting or other closely related field, and 6 to 9 years of accounting experience performing financial data analysis and reconciliations, preferably in a governmental setting; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge, and abilities. Master's degree preferred. Certified Budget and Evaluation Officer desired but not required.
Business Analyst For Finance And Budget ERP Solutions (BA For Finance And Budget Erp)
The Business Analyst for Finance and Budget ERP Solutions (BA for Finance and Budget ERP) is a senior technical design and implementation resource in Information Technology Services’ Administrative Systems Team. The BA for Finance and Budget ERP works with Finance and Budget ERP product owners, functional staff, and Information Technology Services (ITS) staff to analyze and document complex business processes, and design technical solutions in support of UNCG’s Finance and Budget business activities. The BA for Finance and Budget ERP •serves as senior technical planning and design resource for UNCG’s Ellucian Banner’s Finance and Budget environments and associated systems; •works closely with functional product owners from the Integrated Futures Team (UNCG’s core functionally-led ERP Governance group), staff from functional units such as Finance and Budget (including Accounting Services, Purchasing and Procurement, Budget Office, the University Cashier’s Office, and HR/Payroll), Auxiliary Services, and other UNCG units to analyze business processes and prepare detailed, actionable business requirements and use cases for use by ITS Business and Technology Specialists and Analysts in the implementation of technical solutions to support business needs; •develops unit, SIT, and regression testing plans and leads solutions testing; •assists the Integrated Futures Team’s functional analysts and functional product owners in planning and executing user acceptance testing; •develops and maintains metrics related to solutions implementations and unit, SIT, regression, and UAT testing performance; •manages development and maintenance of technical solutions documentation, including (but not limited to) documentation of requirements, test procedures, quality standards, and development/integration activities; •serves as a senior technical resource for ITS’ Administrative Systems Team, and as one of two lead technical resources in UNCG’s cross functional Finance and Budget ERP Portfolio Team (along with the Business Analyst for Student ERP Solutions) As a senior technical resource responsible for design of finance and budget ERP solutions in an Ellucian Banner environment, the BA for Finance and Budget ERP must possess •* at least five years technical and operational experience with Ellucian Banner Finance and Budget and must have a strong foundation with Banner Finance baseline functionality, including experience with Banner Finance, General Ledger, Accounts Payable and Receivable, HR/Payroll, Fixed Assets, Research Accounting, and Purchasing and Procurement. •* development experience in Banner ERP using SQL, PL/SQL, Java, HTML, and XML; •* a proven record developing and documenting business requirements, design specifications, use cases, and test cases (preferably including business process modeling experience using Agile Modeling and/or BPML); •* the strong interpersonal and verbal communications skills required to effectively lead both functional stakeholders (including senior university leaders) and technical professionals in building business requirements, use cases, and solutions testing; •* strong written communications skills.
Budget Analyst (226 Days)
Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting
Six years of experience in financial planning and budgeting (preferred), including experience in strategic financial planning, forecasts, budgets and analysis using Oracle or other major enterprise software solutions.
Advanced Excel skills required.
Experience with MS Access and other databases a plus.
Ability to analyze data or information and develop objectives and strategies as required to meet the goals of the position.
Ability to interpret the meaning of information for others and analyze financial data.
Ability to monitor and control resources.
Ability to evaluate information to determine District compliance with budgetary standards.
Demonstrated ability to make revenue forecasts and prepare long term or short term budget and financial plans.
Demonstrated knowledge of current techniques and methodologies of budget preparation, control, and analysis.
Demonstrated ability to conduct research and related studies, compile and analyze budgetary data, make budget projections, and implement effective courses of action.
Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.
Experience with budgeting software selection and implementation highly desirable.
Serve as an advisor and member of the financial management team of the $2 billion Dallas ISD.
Manage the budgeting activities of all or part of the District. Propose concrete and quantified actions for the current and long-term financial health of the District.
Liaise with other departments in the development of budgets. Ensure that the budgets of any areas assigned are accurate and reflect the financial targets of the district.
Analyze the financial details of past, present, and expected operations of assigned organizations in order to identify development opportunities and areas where improvement is needed.
Ensure that the District's chart of accounts and financial transactions are in compliance with state and federal requirements and statutes.
Manage and/or perform complex financial analysis projects.
Manage and/or create monthly and periodic analyses of budget to actual results. Work with budget and financial reporting staff to prepare "cause of change" reports that analyze the differences. Determine if trends are developing and forecast the financial impact of the trends.
Provide direction and assistance to other departmental organizations regarding accounting and budgeting policies and procedures and efficient control and utilization of financial resources.
Participate in the identification and implementation of the information and supporting systems to meet the District's financial planning, budgeting and financial analysis needs.
Assist in the determination of the information and supporting systems strategy to meet the District's financial planning, and financial analysis needs. Assist in the implementation and maintenance of these systems.
Work with Human Resources and assist in the implementation of a monthly position and salary monitoring process.
Keep abreast of technical, legislative and professional developments, state and federal laws, and accounting principles that affect district special revenue funding and other assigned responsibilities and ensure departmental policies and procedures are developed.
Create and maintain budgeting tool and\or databases that are used in budget development and maintenance processes.
Performs all other tasks and duties as assigned.
Selected individuals for Dallas Independent School District positions will be placed according to compensation guidelines. A campus-based employee may not assume a new position for which he/she was selected based upon the posting process until the end of the current semester, unless approved by the chief officer – Human Capital Management.
A security check and disclosure of family relationship information is required for all positions.
No telephone calls please.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F/H
If interested apply online at www.dallasisd.org
Dallas Independent School District, is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by law. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, as well as board policy not to discriminate in such a manner (not all prohibited bases apply to all programs).
Reporting to the Director of the Budgets in the Clinical Trials Office (the "CTO") of Columbia University's College of Physicians & Surgeons ("P&S") at Columbia University Medical Center ("CUMC"). The Budget Analyst will be responsible for ensuring financial feasibility of industry sponsored clinical trial budgets as well as inputting final approved budgets into the financial database, StudyManagerTM (SM)
The CTO, which is operated jointly with the New York-Presbyterian Hospital ("NYPH") assists investigators and academic/research staff in developing industry sponsored clinical trials at P&S and provides administrative resources and infrastructure to build and sustain clinical trials research at P&S.
The Budget Analyst is responsible for the following:
Review of sponsor budgets and protocols with Principal Investigators and their Research staff to determine financial feasibility and to make modifications to meet cost expectations
Draft & negotiate budgets and payment terms for clinical trials directly with representatives of Pharmaceutical Companies to ensure compliance with University policies & procedures
Build all negotiated & executed trials into StudyManagerTM database and for the creation of detailed data entry formats
Guide investigators and research personnel regarding institutional requirements such as indirect cost rates, Institutional Review Board, Research Pharmacy and RASCAL processes and their effect on budgets.
Create a budget based on financial feasibility, CTO review, and CUMC and NYPH policies
Provide Principal Investigators and Research Study Team continuous communication regarding progress of budget negotiations
Update & maintain all activity on current databases & workflow logs
Liaise during budget negotiations between trial sponsors and P&S Investigators
Build relationships with P&S Central Administration offices & NYPH affiliates that interface with the Clinical Trials Office such as the NYPH Procurement Office , Billing Compliance and Financial Accounting
Prepare departmental reports and manage special projects as needed per the Budget Director and/or Executive Director of the CTO
Other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications for Grade
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in education and experience plus three years experience in health care or clinical research. Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant
Minimum of three years experience in health care or clinical research finance
Microsoft Office proficiency: Word & Excel
Excellent interpersonal communication (both written & verbal) skills, organizational and time management skills
Demonstrate ability to collaborate effectively
Demonstrate ability to negotiate with trial sponsors including government agencies and investigators
Excellent problem identification and problem solving skills
Demonstrate attention to detail and critical thinking
Excellent data entry skills
Knowledge of Human Subjects Research and Clinical Trials Special Instructions Preferred Qualifications Essential Functions Additional Essential Functions (Limit to 3950 characters.) Special Indications
This position works with: There are no special indications for this position
Budget Analyst III
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a Budget Analyst III for Office of Planning and Budgets (OPB) in the School of Environmental & Biological Sciences and the New Jersey Agricultural Station. This position is under the direction of the Associate Dean for Planning and Budgets, reporting to the Associate Director for Planning and Budgets, the Budget Analyst III will work in the Office of Planning & Budgets (OPB) as a budget generalist and will be involved in all aspects of the office operation. OPB is the central budget office for the School of Environmental and Biological Science (SEBS) and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES). OPB is responsible for all financial planning, budget development, business plans, and implementation of procedures for the effective management of the School and NJAES financial operating budget.
Among the key duties of this position are the following:
Implements and transitions the Responsible Centered Management (RCM) annual operating plans, budget development, and implementing procedures to effectively manage and report on the performance of the Schools and NJAES general operating budget.
Participates in developing the SEBS/NJAES annual budget plan, the annual budget allocation of resources to all SEBS/NJAES units and outlying research stations.
Completes periodic forecasts and analytical projects, collection and analysis of budget and expense-related data from internal University sources as well as external sources.
Maintains SEBS/NJAES-wide financial, budget and statistical data.
Ensures consistency and integrity of data utilized in financial reporting and analysis.
Actively utilizes data, recordkeeping and analytical tools to analyze the allocation of limited resources between SEBS/NJAES and operating units.
Assists in the development of periodic reporting methods against which to measure fiscal performance and ensure consistent financial oversight and communication between units and SEBS Deans Office senior leadership.
Provides budget and actual expense analyses of various accounts including state, non-state, grant, gift and endowments.
Assists with periodic (annual and multi-year) financial and statistical forecasts utilized to understand and communicate financial and strategic risks and opportunities to achieving University budgets.
Grants Budget Analyst- District Office
Grants Budget Analyst
Total Months: 12
Salary Grade: 31
$17.99 - $20.24
Hours per day: 8
Budget Data Analyst
Budget Data Analyst – NIDDK
Master Key Consulting has become one of Maryland's largest American Indian owned companies and one of the Federal Government's largest Government Wide Acquisition Contract suppliers. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland – Master Key Consulting supports nine (9) federal agencies in Maryland and the District of Columbia with a wide variety of professional and IT consulting services. Our grants management services, software testing services, IT support services and customized training programs are delivered by the company's 100 employees according to a set of Key Principles and Quality Standards that make Master Key Consulting a premier federal contractor.
We are currently seeking a polished, organized administrative professional with an eye for detail, and the ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment. This position will provide executive level support to our client at a large federal research agency, focused on grants management. Successful candidates will have intermediate level proficiencies in various office applications, capable of monitoring/tracking grants funding and tracking budgets.
Maintain Excel spreadsheets to track dollar commitments to grants initiatives as well as funds for support of the management of the program and run queries on federal databases.
Coordination of paperwork and communications with participating investigators and NIH scientific program and grants management personnel.
Preparation of reports including literature reviews and creation of budget scenario spreadsheets.
Assist program directors in the tracking of budgets, progress, and development of milestones.
Develop fiscal spreadsheets for tracking budgets for Division research programs and provide quarterly summaries to be used to evaluate spending patterns.
Provide detailed, comparative projections of financial data and spending plans based on the progress of projects, funding levels and other factors.
Monitor and verify accuracy of data using a variety of source documents; as problems arise, work with staff to research and analyze records, identify errors and perform corrections.
Synthesize information from multiple sources and prepare reports to be used internally or as part of external review committees.
Contact companies and/or academic institutions to identify key management personnel and coordinate meetings/conference calls with external contacts.
Develop spreadsheets to support the coordination of activities between the Division, Contracting Officers and contractors.
Work with staff on Requests for Contract, other solicitations, and in support of funding contracts and proposal preparation.
Work with staff on internal audits and annual site reviews of performance evaluation on all Division contracts.
Construct summaries to be used in analyzing and spending projections for managing and appropriating purposes.
Review and provide support in the writing of divisional proposals for new and existing contracts.
Provide publications from literature searches as required.
Must be able to focus on computer monitor/screen for extended periods of time.
Must be able to communicate effectively, across all organizational levels
Minimum of five years directly related experience.
Excellent project management, analytical, organizational, and computer skills.
Intermediate-Advanced level proficiency in MS Office Suite, specifically Excel spreadsheets.
Experience with budgeting and/or accounting principles and grants administration.
Ability to conduct project cost analysis.
Extensive knowledge the federal grant funding process.
Ability to interpret medical and basic biology research literature is a plus.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in the scientific field, business, management, or accounting; Graduate, or Post-graduate degree is highly preferred
Must be able to spend a significant amount of time viewing computer screen
Must be able to effectively communicate personnel/staff across all organization levels
Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds
Master Key offers a competitive salary and benefits package which includes:
Employer sponsored Life Insurance
Long- & Short-term Disability
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Apply at www.masterkeyconsulting.com EOE. D/V/M/F are encouraged to apply.
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