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Management & Budget Analyst

Category: Other
The Success Of Mecklenburg County Rests On Strong, Competent Talent At All Levels Of The Organization. The County Manager’s Office Is Responsible For Executing The Policy Decisions Of The Board Of County Commissioners And Leading The County Organization By Overseeing The Administration Of County Departments. If You Enjoy Working With The Public And Are Looking For A Career Where Your Work Is Important To The Community, Come Be A Part Of Mecklenburg County Government And Help Us Provide A Community Of Pride And Choice For People To Live, Learn, Work, And Recreate. POSITION SUMMARY The Management & Budget Analyst Is Responsible For Completing Budget, Program, And Policy Analysis. Analysts Regularly Present Research, Findings, And Recommendations To County Leadership To Facilitate Informed Discussion And Decision Making. The Office Of Management And Budget Serves As An Objective Policy Advisor On All Decisions Regarding The Operating Budget And Resource Allocations Across The Organization. This Position Is Within The Office Of Management And Budget, A Division Of The County Manager’s Office. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Works With Assigned Departments On Budget Development And Monitoring • Participate In Research And Analysis Projects To Develop Sustainable, Repeatable, And Quantifiable Budget Related Process Improvements • Research Best Practices To Develop Recommendations To Reduce Overall Cost Or Improve Services • Conduct Ongoing Monitoring And Forecasting Of Expenses And Revenues For Assigned Departments • May Also Be Responsible For Managing Projects Involving Public Engagement And Stakeholder Groups • May Be Responsible For Drafting Policies And Contracts For A Wide Range Of Government Services • Gather, Maintain, And Analyze Data From Multiple Reporting Systems • Conduct Data Analysis Using Excel, PowerBI, And Other Tools • Analyze Financial And Other Data, Including Revenue, Expenditure, And Personnel Reports • Develop Solutions Or Alternative Practices Based On Sound Logic And Data • Recommend New Systems, Procedures, Or Organizational Changes • Make Recommendations To Management Through Presentations Or Written Reports • Work In Environment That Will Require Serving On A Team Of Analysts To Complete Major Assignments • Provide Consultation And Customer Support To Assigned Departments MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience: Minimum Of Two Years Performing Professional Financial And Administrative Work Education: Master’s Degree In Business Administration, Public Administration Or A Related Field Combination Of Relevant Education And Relevant Experience Accepted? Yes This Position Will Require An Assessment As Part Of The Interview Process. Licenses And Certifications May Require A Valid North Carolina Or South Carolina Driver's License PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS • Knowledge Of Budgeting And Policy Analysis • Experience Working For Local Government

Employer: Mecklenburg County Office of Management and Budget
Expires: 10/9/2022