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NE - Budget Management Analyst II
NE - Budget Management Analyst II
Posted 30 days ago
Edited by NASBO Staff 30 days ago
The State Budget Division provides fiscal policy coordination and support for Executive Branch leadership as well as guidance and oversight to state agencies in the development and execution of the Nebraska state budget. Start or advance your career with the State Budget Division as a Budget Management Analyst!
This position may be understaffed at the Budget Management Analyst I level if candidates possess lesser qualifications.
Budget Management Analyst II $26.890 per hour (exempt).
Budget Management Analyst I $21.646 per hour (non-exempt).
Job Location is 1445 K Street, Downtown
Hours: 8-5, Monday – Friday
We offer an excellent total compensation package including: 12 paid holidays; vacation and sick leave; State-matched retirement plan; health, dental, vision, and life insurance options!
See Position Description
Location: Lincoln, NE
Job Type: PERM FULL TIME
Department: Department of Administrative Services
Job Number: 06503230
Closing: 9/8/2020 11:59 PM Central
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Examples of Work
Provides fiscal policy and management support, advice, and consultation to the Governor, state agencies, legislature, and other government officials. Evaluates program effectiveness and efficiency and makes recommendations on program and budget policy, emphasis and direction. Develops, reviews and monitors management and budgetary reporting systems including automated financial and budgeting systems. Researches and drafts legislation and prepares fiscal notes for executive and legislative determination of fiscal impact of specific legislative bills. Reviews and analyzes agency budget requests with subsequent presentation of analysis to the Governor and senior staff. Confers and makes formal presentations regarding budget options to agency directors and the Governor concerning specific agency programs, facilities and staffing patterns. Prepares Governor's budget recommendations. Aids department heads in implementing new programs by providing necessary fiscal and management analysis and information. Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications / Requirements
Budget Management Analyst II: Bachelor's degree in public administration, finance, or economics, or related area, and four years of work experience in public administration, finance, economics, or related area. Experience may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis.
Budget Management Analyst I: Any combination of training and/or work experience that will enable the incumbent to perform the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. A general qualification guideline for positions in this class is a Bachelor's degree in public administration, finance, economics, or related area plus two years of work experience in public administration, finance, economics, or related area. Experience may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis.
PREFERRED: Preference will be given to candidates who possess a Bachelor's degree or higher in any of the stated educational areas. Ideal candidate will have experience or training in delivering formal presentations regarding financial/budgetary issues. Experience in data analysis and research utilizing spreadsheets and databases such as Microsoft Excel and/or Access.
OTHER: Top candidates will take an Excel test. Regular and reliable attendance is required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Skills in presentation and explanations of complex concepts to leadership/executive level personnel.
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