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If you have experience in budget planning, formulating and monitoring financial management programs, or maintaining control of funds, and you want to play a significant role in a dynamic organization, then consider joining the NIH. This position is part of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), Executive Office/Office of Administrative Operations.
The mission of NCCIH is to define, through rigorous scientific investigation, the usefulness and safety of complementary and integrative health interventions and their roles in improving health and health care. The Executive Office/Office of Administrative Operations provides leadership and direction for NCCIH's business and administrative operations. The primary responsibilities are to promote organizational growth, encourage and empower NCCIH's staff and optimize effective management of the public's investment in NCCIH research.
As a Budget Officer, your typical work assignments may include:
- Manage and perform the fiduciary responsibilities associated with the financial and budget administration system which ensures against over-obligation of funds and avoids the premature release of budget authority levels in excess of those appropriated, authorized or distributed by law.
- Prepare background material for use in briefings to officials scheduled to appear before Congressional appropriations committees; including compiling narrative and statistical material and preparing exhibits and background information.
- Formulate and develop future budgetary requirements for complex mechanisms of support, using historical data, trend analysis and relevant funding patterns.
- Analyze specific budgetary and fiscal areas of special concern and recommend procedures and methods for change, many of which required continuing or long-range analysis.
- Provide advice and recommendations on all aspects of budget to program range analysis.
- Develop proposed budgetary policy and procedural guidance for subordinate program offices.
- Serve as senior advisor to the NCCIH Director and Executive Officer and other senior leaders relating to the Center's appropriated budget.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Current or Former Title 5 Federal Employees eligible to apply under Merit Promotion, CTAP or ICTAP eligibles, VEOA eligibles, 30% Disabled Veterans, Schedule A - Individuals with Disabilities, Peace Corps or AmeriCorps VISTA Alumni, Certain Military Spouses, Certain Former Overseas Employees, Certain Foreign Service Employees , Commissioned Corps Officers
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