The ideal candidate has knowledge of OMB Circular A-11 and expert in analyzing budgets formulations, providing budget execution services and briefing leadership on obligation status. Reviewing and analyzing junior budget analyst work. This position starts at a salary of $108,885.(GS- 14). Apply for this exciting opportunity to become a member of the Mission Support Executive Office’s Resource Management Division within FEMA.
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In this position, you will serve as the senior budget analyst, and ensuring the effective integration of program and budget planning. Typical assignments include:
- Recommend, develop, and implement budgetary policies affecting the financing and accomplishment of national programs.
- Lead and manage the full scope of current-year and future-year budget processes and requirements within a federal agency.
- Importing and exporting financial data using various data formats using SQL and/or Microsoft Excel and ability to read and convert imported/exported data formats.
- Provides long-range analysis of the potential effects of budgetary actions on national economic, social, political objectives and tracks the progress of bureau appropriations through Congress.
- Reviews, approves, disapproves, and recommends the amount and timing of allotments of funds to agency components and programs.
- Developing budget briefings to be delivered to Congressional and OMB staff and serving as a liaison between external and internal budget stakeholder offices.
Occasional travel - Occasional Travel less then 10%
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