About the Agency
The position is located in Library Services’ Administrative Services Office. The incumbent functions as a senior budget analyst and lead advisor on budgetary matters within the Service Unit and is responsible for the formulation, presentation, and execution of Library Services’ annual budget. This encompasses the planning and organizing of a comprehensive financial management program that includes but is not limited to the development of formal budget submissions; and the establishment, evaluation, and monitoring of Service Unit budgetary systems for the expenditures of Federal funds.
This position is located in the Administrative Services Office, Library Services.
The position description number for this position is 57673.
The salary range indicated reflects the locality pay adjustments for the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan area.
The incumbent of this position will work a flextime work schedule.
This is a non-supervisory, bargaining unit position.
Relocation expenses will not be authorized for the person(s) selected under this vacancy announcement.
Analyzes and evaluates relationships between major operating program changes and the financial state of the organization. Takes actions to ensure adequate funds for program coverage. Analyzes, evaluates, recommends, and revises annual and supplemental requests for all working capital fund accounts in Library Services.
Reviews and coordinates accounting records and prepares apportionments, allocations, and operating budgets for Library Services. Monitors, tracks, and reports on program obligations. Ensures program funding data is entered into the Library’s financial system correctly. Conducts annual year-end closing activities and reconciles with accounting records.
Responsible for Library Services' budget activities related to multi-source funds including appropriated and non-appropriated (gift and trust, revolving and reimbursable) funds, covering annual and no-year authorizations. Provides analysis and recommendations on resource allocations, including both funds and personnel ceilings. Evaluates relationships between major Library administered program changes and the financial state of the organization. Transmits instructions, provides advice, reviews materials and executes the necessary Budget Office actions on all requests for operating plans, transfers, reprogramming, reallocation of special ceilings and any revisions therein, including the preparation of material and analyses applicable to, but not directly requested from the program offices. Consolidates data for viable overview of assigned accounts. Maintains awareness of assigned accounts, noting and reviewing unusual transactions; reviewing requested forecasts of estimated requirements for the remainder of the fiscal year; and preparing special status reports on assigned activities or special accounts as required.