As a Budget Analyst, you will provide comprehensive management of budgetary services, including all or several of the following functions: manage and perform fiduciary responsibilities associated with the organization's 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.
If you are an exceptionally talented and knowledgeable individual with outstanding communication skills, interested in budget formulation and complex budgetary assignments, then consider joining the NIH.
Positions are located in the following Institutes/Centers:
- Two positions are located in the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), Financial Management Branch (FMB). They develop, prepare, coordinate, interpret, and execute all budgetary material throughout the budget cycle, and serves as the principal advisory body within the Institute for financial matters.
- One position is located in the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). The NIAID is a $4.7 billion research organization that supports basic and applied research to prevent, diagnose, and treat infectious and immune-mediated illnesses.
- One position is located in the Fogarty International Center (FIC). This incumbent formulates and executes the annual FIC appropriated budget and implements all funds transfers via direct apportionment of funds received from multiple collaborating partners, both internal and external to NIH, totaling approximately $115 million annually.
- One position is located in the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) The Office of Administrative Operations consists of the several components, including the Administrative Office, Budget Office, Ethics Office, Management Analysis Office and the Information Technology Office. These components provide support to NCCIH's senior management as well as front line administrative support to the Center's internal and external customers.
- 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 officials and managers.
- Develop proposed budgetary policy and procedural guidance for subordinate program offices.
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