Part-Time Budget & Financial Planning Analyst – Tabuk
The Budget Manager works closely with the Director of Administration Operations to manage day-to-day office operations, with an emphasis on employee support and the smooth and effective functioning of all office systems and equipment. The Budget Manager is in charge of purchasing equipment, maintaining the office and equipment, enhancing procedures, and keeping personnel up to speed and educated on AV, phone systems, and office equipment. Works closely with IT to provide a help desk for all office equipment and systems, as well as troubleshooting and computer software training. In addition, this position is in charge of managing budget input and reporting for the Administration department. The Budget Manager oversees the Merrill Center Receptionist and collaborates with the Company State Office Managers to ensure they have the tools and training necessary to manage office operations in state and regional offices. This job also assures uniformity and efficiency throughout all offices, as well as with all office supplies and equipment.
Job Title : Budget & Financial Planning Analyst
Location : Tabuk, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 33 per hour.
Company : David Yurman
Job Type : Part-Time
- Control and management of the Center’s yearly budget as well as other financed budgets; forecasting of monies required for personnel, equipment, materials, and supplies; monitoring and recommending approval of expenditures on the basis of financial judgment.
- Programmatic activities and processes are monitored and evaluated; studies, compiles, examines, and analyzes data for special projects; proposes with University policy the necessary service and personnel levels.
- Operational and budgetary difficulties for the assigned Division are handled by the Office of Management and Budget Office of Finance, including the processing of all Agency awards. An official in charge of overseeing and coordinating the State’s Attorney Office budget (SAO).
- Oversee the daily budget operations for the agency’s allocated projects. Assist program managers in assigned divisions in the development and execution of business strategies that are financially feasible and allow the agency to satisfy customer satisfaction standards.
- In cooperation with the Director of the Agency’s Budget, offer analytic assistance to assigned projects for the formulation of business cases, projections, make-or-buy choices, rate analyses, and other financial modeling and studies.
- Preparation of quarterly City budget reports based on projections and actual expenditures, advising supervisory personnel on trends, and creating and analyzing revenue and expenditure data.
- Budget modifications may be made by analyzing financial records and statistics on staff expenditures, and submitting budget allocations for consideration.
- Financial and budgetary studies in the form of narratives, charts and graphs, and presentations for OFM, legislative staff, senior management, and outside stakeholders. Be correct, complete, and of high quality.
- Executes different actions and obligations, some of which may not be indicated in the job description but fall within the broad occupational category and responsibility level connected with the employee’s class of work.
- Analyzes expenditures in relation to the services provided in the preceding financial year, delivering reports with budget modification suggestions to Supervisors on a regular basis, as required.
- Excellent organizational and people skills; outstanding communication and writing abilities; capacity to work in a fast-paced workplace; self-motivated and able to manage numerous duties at once; ability to work and grow others as a team; Advanced Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher) and desktop/Internet software skills is desirable.
- Research-based Evaluate data, develop findings, back suggestions with facts and analysis, interpret and implement rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ability to speak and write in audience-friendly language.
- Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, business/public management, finance, economics, quantitative analysis, or a closely related field;
- At least four (4) years of professional management expertise in designing, monitoring, and managing a diverse operational budget, as well as at least two (2) years of supervisory experience.
- Degree in business, accounting, economics, or public administration from an approved institution or university is required.