Full-Time Senior Financial Analyst – Sumaira’a
It is the job of the City Budget Manager to monitor the city’s operating, capital improvement projects (CIP), and debt funds, as well as any other financial components associated to the city, and to develop, administer, and oversee the budget process in support of the Chief Financial Officer. Preparation, analysis, and reconciliation of departmental and fund budgets, revenue, and expenditure data on a monthly and annual basis; reconciliation of fund balances at year-end to the Annual Financial Report; and preparation and publication of the annual budget document are among the duties assigned to the position. The budget staff is overseen and guided by this role.
Job Title : Senior Financial Analyst
Location : Sumaira’a, Hail, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 38.08 per hour.
Company : Ramp
Job Type : Full-Time
- Provide operational and financial assistance to designated divisions, including grant processing and grant management, via coordination with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Office of Finance (OF).
- Income and spending patterns are analyzed using a projected budget and budgeted amounts, as well as identifying potential revenue and expenditure management issues and recommending modifications to the plan.
- Compiles budget data from departments and creates a proposed budget plan; proposes acceptable budget levels for departments.
- Priorities, workload, resource distribution, technology, quality standards, and services are routinely discussed and resolved by workers. Employees are also continuously supervised and reviewed to ensure they are doing their duties.
- Prepare and provide accurate and timely responses to a variety of information requests from inside and beyond the designated program areas, in coordination with relevant stakeholders as needed.
- Supervises the production of the City’s operating, performance, and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budgets; manages the yearly budget creation and review procedures; creates and maintains budget development standards, rules, and calendars; and publishes the final authorized City budget.
- On all financial matters affecting the department, operate as a liaison between the department and the VP&S Office of Budget. Assist the Departmental Administrator with the narrative portion of the budget.
- Performs extra assigned duties and responsibilities 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.
- Budget research and analysis, as well as forecasting of future resources, are the primary responsibilities of the budget analyst.
- In order to consistently and effectively monitor performance, the incumbent must integrate with a department operation team for a short- or long-term assignment, establish rapport, and use analytical criteria. It is critical to be able to set and adhere to deadlines.
- Large datasets need a high level of proficiency with, and understanding of, both integrated software solutions and business intelligence tools.
- A minimum of three years’ experience in a similar position; excellent organizational and people skills; good communication and writing skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment; self-motivated and able to handle multiple tasks at once; good managerial skills and the ability to work and develop others as a team; Knowledge of Microsoft Office (including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher), as well as graphics/desktop and Internet applications, is desirable.
- An understanding of the theories, ideas, and best practices of public sector finance and budget management, such as budgeting at the project level, resource allocation, and annual financial reporting, is required.
- A master’s degree from an accrediting body-recognized institution or university is necessary for this position.
- For this role, you must additionally have four (4) years of professional management experience in budget and grant preparation/administration.