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DC - Budget Analyst, District of Columbia Courts

  • 1.  DC - Budget Analyst, District of Columbia Courts

    Posted 02-03-2020 04:05 PM
    The District of Columbia Courts are currently recruiting for a Budget Analyst to join their Budget and Finance Division. The incumbent will assist with the procedural and technical aspects of budgetary formulation, presentation, and execution processes and should be familiar with the principles and objectives of budget management, financial reporting, and accounting.

    The District of Columbia Courts are an independent agency of the District of Columbia Government and are not under the authority of the City Mayor of the D.C. Council. Appropriations for the D.C. Courts come directly from Congress. All D.C. Courts non-judicial employees receive federal benefits for the following programs: Life Insurance, Retirement, Health Insurance and Workers Compensation.


    Please apply through the USAJobs website: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/558322700.

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
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    • Meets deadlines and target dates in the budget development process, as well as identifies ways to improve and streamline the process. 
    • Analyzes trends and develops projections of budgets and expenditures to provide an evaluation of the fiscal impacts. 
    • Ensures completeness and coherence of submissions and accompanying documentation. 
    • Assists in writing budget narratives and justifications.
    • Applies knowledge of federal regulations, appropriations law, and pertinent accounting information.
    • Monitors program and financial performance against spending plans.
    • Develops systems and procedures for fiscal year-end budget estimates.
    • Carries out individual studies of the court budgetary status and position.
    • Researches, analyzes and makes recommendations on requests from assigned divisions for reallocation of positions and changes in funding appropriations.
    • Performs specific program budget analysis upon request.
    • Conducts training sessions for managers regarding budget preparation and monitoring.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR GRADE 12: Bachelor's degree in finance, economics, public administration, or a related field plus four (4) years of experience in government (municipal or federal) budgeting; or a master's degree in public or business administration, or other closely related field plus three (3) years of experience in government (municipal or federal) budgeting.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR GRADE 13: Bachelor's degree in finance, economics, public administration, or a related field plus five (5) years of experience in government (municipal or federal) budgeting; or a master's degree in public or business administration, or other closely related field plus four (4) years of experience in government (municipal or federal) budgeting. Advanced knowledge of and experience applying federal budget processes and OMB policies.



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    Talent Acquisition Branch
    District of Columbia Courts
    Washington DC
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