19 Mar 2023
Full-Time Budgeting Analyst – Raisen
It is the responsibility of the Budget Manager to oversee all areas of the program’s reporting, both internal and external. This role serves as the principal financial interface between program personnel and the executive, program, and development staff, and is responsible for coordinating financial information across these groups.
Job Title : Budgeting Analyst
Location : Raisen, Madhya Pradesh, India
Salary : $ 35.17 per hour.
Company : Gonzer Associates, L. J.
Job Type : Full-Time
- Prepare complicated financial and budgetary analysis papers such as written narratives, charts/graphs, and presentation materials that may be shared with the Office of the Financial Manager, legislative staff, executive management, and external stakeholders. Ensure that these items are accurate, comprehensive, and of high quality.
- Promptly investigates, compiles, assesses and analyzes data for special projects; suggests in accordance with University policy the necessary service and personnel levels for special projects.
- Program budgeting processes on a daily basis Assist program managers in assigned divisions with the development and implementation of financially viable business strategies to meet customer satisfaction standards.
- Control and management of the Center’s yearly budget as well as other funded budgets; forecasting of monies required for personnel, equipment, materials, and supplies; monitoring and recommending approval of expenditures on the basis of financial judgment.
- Financial records and statistics on human expenditures are analyzed to determine the financial resources required to carry out the program, and budget allocations are proposed to make budget changes.
- The creation of quarterly budget reports for the city, taking into account both projected and actual expenditures, in addition to the guidance of experienced supervisory specialists.
- Executes various activities and responsibilities as given, some of which may not be stated in the job description, but which fall within the overall occupational category and responsibility level normally associated with the employee’s class of work.
- The OMB Office of Finance addresses operational and financial matters for the assigned Division, including Agency grants. Budget planning and monitoring for state attorney (SAO).
- Comparing past fiscal years’ expenditures and operational efforts is done. He or she receives a report on budget adjustments.
- Providing analytical assistance to assigned programs for business case creation, projections, make-or-buy choices, rate analysis, and other financial modeling and studies should be done in cooperation with the Director of the Agency’s Budget.
- Master’s degree in Accounting, Business or Public Management, Finance, Economics, or Quantitative Analysis from an institution of higher education that has been officially recognized as having high academic standards;
- the equivalent of a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration or related subjects from an approved institution or college.
- Minimum of three years’ experience in a comparable position; excellent organizational and people skills; good communication and writing skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment; self-motivated and able to handle multiple responsibilities at once; good managerial skills and the ability to work and develop others as a team; advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher), graphics/desktop and Internet software knowledge helpful
- Research and thinking about Ability to read, understand, and follow rules, laws, policies, and procedures. Ability to talk about and write down ideas and facts in a way that people will understand.
- In addition to 4 years of professional management experience, you must have skills in establishing, monitoring, and managing an operational budget and grant preparation/administration.