26 May 2023
Full-Time Capital Budget Analyst – Al-Ahsa
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 : Capital Budget Analyst
Location : Al-Ahsa, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 32.56 per hour.
Company : Nielsen Associates
Job Type : Full-Time
- Oversees preparation and management of the Center’s yearly budget and other funded budgets; forecasts monies required for employees, equipment, materials, supplies, and program activities; monitors and recommends approval of expenditures based on financial judgment.
- Budgeting for agency programs on a daily basis Assist program managers in assigned divisions with the creation and implementation of financially sustainable business strategies to meet customer satisfaction objectives.
- Performs budget adjustments by examining accounting records and human costs data to calculate the financial resources necessary to execute program and presenting suggestions for budget allocations. This is done in order to identify how much money is needed to implement program.
- OFM, legislative staff, senior management, and external stakeholders: narratives, charts/graphs, and presentations on financial and budgetary studies. Be precise and comprehensive.
- 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.
- OMB Finance addresses all operational and financial matters for the assigned Division, including Agency award processing. Planning and managing state attorney’s budget (SAO).
- Performs multiple actions and duties, some of which may not be in the job description but fall within the employee’s occupational category and responsibility level.
- Based on predictions and actual expenditures and the advice of supervisory professionals, the preparation of quarterly City budget reports.
- Provide analytical assistance to assigned programs for business case creation, projections, make-or-buy choices, rate analysis, and other financial modeling and analyses in collaboration with the Agency Budget Director.
- Both the operational plans and the costs are reviewed in terms of how they stack up against the services that were provided in the previous fiscal years. Reports are sent to the Supervisor, and they include recommendations for adjusting the budget.
- a degree equivalent to or greater than a bachelor’s in finance, business, accounting, or public administration from an institution or university that is approved.
- Capacity to work in a fast-paced atmosphere; self-motivated and able to manage several duties; ability to collaborate and grow others as a team; Knowledge of Microsoft Office (including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher) as well as graphics/desktop and Internet tools is beneficial.
- Scientific and Analytical Capability to assess and develop conclusions from data; to back proposals with facts and analysis; and to understand and implement rules, regulations, and policies. Capacity to effectively communicate ideas and information verbally and in writing using language that is easily understood by the intended audience.
- A master’s degree in accounting, business/public management, finance, economics, or quantitative analysis, or a closely related discipline, from an authorized institution or university;
- In addition to the four (4) years of professional management experience necessary, professional management skills in establishing, monitoring, and managing an operational budget and grant preparation/administration is essential.