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Are you a self-proclaimed numbers cruncher that has a strong attention to detail and an ability to think critically? Then becoming a part of the Office of Financial Management, Operating Budget Team, could be just right for you! As the Capital Budget Analyst you will be responsible for the development, adoption and implementation of the capital budget for assigned areas. You will also serve as the subject matter expert for projects involving capital financial management and related analysis. Apply today and join this dynamic team!

  • Monitor programs and fiscal operations, develops, analyzes and evaluates data, prepares reports and documentation for fiscal/financial transactions to ensure that budgets are executed in accordance with approved plan, statues and guidelines. 
  • Serve as the Subject Matter Expert “SME” for area assigned.  Perform advanced analysis. 
  • Provide expert legal and fiscal guidance and oversight prior to the transfer, interchange, and expenditure of funds.
  • Responsible for the Capital budget development and maintenance for assigned Departments/CIP Categories.
  • Partner with Departments and/or other agencies and participate on high level strategy teams across functional areas to develop innovative approaches for meeting fiscal challenges.
  • Develop strong, facilitative relationships.  Mentor, educate and assist colleagues and customers in all phases of financial management.

Responsibilities and activities for the assigned Departments/CIP Categories related Capital Improvement Program projects include:

  • Establish, maintain, and manage accounts (i.e., creation, budgeting, funding, reporting, monitoring, etc).
  • Forecast/manage/maintain the General Government related Special Revenue Funds and Construction Funds.
  • Create/process Budget Resolutions, Administrative Appropriation Transfers, Journal Entries, and Reimbursements.
  • Provide funding info/review CIP project Board agenda items for accuracy and completeness.
  • GovMax maintenance of project/fund information (input/balancing by project/fund for the Estimates, Expenditures & Revenue).
  • Funding verification/monitoring for all CIP Project charges (POs, Contracts, etc).
  • Serve as back-up for other CIP Consultants during times of absence or unavailability.
  • Perform special projects/analysis/reporting.

E-Work/Hybrid Work: Currently this position is eligible to e-work up to 2 days per week! After you complete your first six months, contingent on work requirements and other factors, you’ll be eligible for this fantastic benefit.

Work Hours:  Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

 About You

To thrive in this position, you must have-

  • A bachelor’s degree in public administration, Business, Finance, Economics, Statistics, or other related field and minimum of 3 – 4 years of progressively responsible experience.
  • A master’s degree in a related field may be substituted for one year of the required experience.
  • Related experience or certifications may substitute for the required education.

 About Everything Else

Starting Pay Range: $55,577.60 – $61,984.00 based on experienceAPPLY TODAY: