This position is responsible for preparation, analysis, and
monitoring of the University's budgets.
$48000 - $66000
- Preparation, monitoring, and analysis of all aspects of the
- Advises AVP for Budget and Financial Analysis on budget matters
including periodic estimates of income and expenditures and
analysis factors which drive them, trends in certain budget
categories, and analysis of unit compliance or deviation from
- Prepares and performs annual duties related to year end,
development of the annual budget, and carry forward analysis.
-Performs other duties including, but not limited to, state
reporting, salary Increment pool, cost analysis and special
projects as assigned.
-Operates and maintains spreadsheets and computerized
-Assists various budget units and key departmental users with
financial planning as related to operational, staffing and
strategic goals in addition to providing customer service and
education in assisting departmental users with budget
-Ensures that assigned units comply with all University policies
and procedures regarding budget development, maintenance and
-Assists AVP for Budget and Financial Analysis in strategic
initiatives designed to promote effectiveness and efficiency.
-Participates on University committees and special study groups as
-Acts as liaison to other departments.
-Serves as a back-up for departmental staff as needed.
-Prepares analyses and reports for university administrators and
Board of Trustees
-Provides support to or serve on an Oracle Business Intelligence
Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) or LEAN committees
-Evaluates and/or advises on short and long range planning
-Leads Responsibility Center Management (RCM) projects and/or
provides support and/or training to RCM users.
-Other duties as assigned.
For consideration as Budget Analyst the candidate must have a
Bachelor's degree in business administration, economics, accounting
or related analytical field and from 0 to 2 years' experience.
For consideration as Senior Budget Analyst the candidate must
have Bachelor's degree in business administration, economics,
accounting or related analytical field and from 2 to 4 years'
Preference will be given to persons with experience in college
and university budgeting or fund accounting, use of an online
general ledger, and advanced skills in spreadsheets, databases,
business intelligence software or other SQL query language.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Proficiency in computing: spreadsheets, database, word
processing, presentation graphics and other business
- Capacity for working with large, diverse sets of numerical
- Ability to handle multiple tasks and respond with precision and
accuracy to deadlines of short durations.
- A working knowledge of accounting practices and principles with
an understanding of fund accounting practices.
- Effective communication and organizational skills, with ability
to use them in a fast paced, highly productive environment.
- A commitment to quality, innovation and process improvement with
an emphasis on collaborative teamwork and high standards of
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