Full-Time Senior Manager – Birnin Kudu
The Budget Manager’s job is to develop, administer, and supervise the budget process and operating procedures of the City’s Operating, Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), and Debt Funds, as well as other financial components associated to the City, in support of the Chief Financial Officer. Creating, evaluating, and reconciling departmental and fund budgets, income and expenditure data on a monthly and yearly basis; year-end reconciliation of fund balances to the Annual Financial Report; and preparing and publishing the Annual Budget Document are just a few of the responsibilities. The budget staff is supervised and directed by this job.
Job Title : Senior Manager
Location : Birnin Kudu, Jigawa, Nigeria
Salary : $ 41.14 per hour.
Company : Medidata Solutions
Job Type : Full-Time
- Compiles budget data from several departments to create a suggested budget plan; makes budget recommendations for other departments.
- When it comes to making decisions about everything from resource allocation to the quality of the services they get, customers and employees are constantly engaged.
- Assumes extra responsibilities and duties that are not explicitly stated in the job description, but which fit within the broad occupational category and responsibility level generally associated with the employee’s class of work
- By partnering with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Office of Finance, you will be able to support the assigned divisions’ operational and financial requirements, as well as grant processing (OF).
- Establishes and maintains budget development standards, rules, and calendars; publishes the final, authorized City budget; oversees the City’s yearly budget creation and review procedures; and prepares operating, performance, and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budgets.
- Analyzes trends and forecasts financial situation; creates short and long-term income and spending predictions, as well as multiyear forecast models; compares revenue and expenditure patterns to budget and projections, identifies revenue control issues, and recommends budget changes.
- Incumbent must integrate with a department operation team for a short- or long-term assignment, creating rapport; and adopt analytical criteria to consistently and efficiently monitor performance. It is essential to be able to establish and stick to deadlines.
- Intermediary between the Vice President and Secretary’s Office of Budget and the department’s financial matters. Assist with the development of the budget story for the department.
- Coordinate with stakeholders to deliver timely and accurate replies to requests for information regarding assigned program areas from both internal and external sources.
- Budget difficulties are researched, and financial facts and patterns are evaluated and analyzed; future resource availability is projected, and remedial measures are recommended.
- Applicants for this position must have a master’s degree from an accredited institution.
- Good interpersonal and organizational abilities, as well as the ability to work well under pressure and in a fast-paced atmosphere, are required, as is a minimum of three years of related experience. Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher), as well as graphics/desktop and Internet applications, are desirable abilities for this role; the ability to work effectively with people in a team situation is also required.
- You must be familiar with public finance and budget management theories, concepts, and best practices such as project-level budgeting, resource allocation, and yearly financial reporting.
- Additionally, you must have four (4) years of professional management experience in budget and grant preparation/administration.
- Aptitude for and familiarity with massive datasets, integrated software solutions, and business intelligence tools.