Advance your career in government finance, management and public policy at New York State Division of the Budget (DOB)!
All creative problem solvers and analytical thinkers are invited to apply to our Budget Fellow career track and help us make a difference in the lives of all New Yorkers!
As an organization, we provide a critical link between government finance, policy and management, including developing, negotiating, and implementing one of the largest government budgets in the country.
From our office in the New York State's historic Capitol building, in Albany, NY, we impact all areas of public policy, offering an array of opportunities, including the potential to:
Work at DOB is high-impact public service, and Budget staff engage in a variety of work, including:
The Human Services, Housing and Intergovernmental Affairs Unit (HIU) oversees the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA), the Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS), the Department of Labor (DOL), the Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) and State housing programs, the Division of Human Rights (DHR), and the Division of Veterans' Services (DVS). HIU is also responsible for multiple functions including the oversight of intergovernmental finances, policy, and programmatic activities that impact the State financial plan.
Responsibilities of the Budget Fellow on the OCFS State Operations Team would include, but are not limited to:
Qualifications & Salary:
DOB seeks candidates who have strong analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as outstanding written and oral communication abilities. Most candidates join our team through the Budget Fellow career track, which does not require a civil service exam. Starting salaries are based on education and experience:
Budget Fellow I: Salary of $49,835. Requires a Bachelor's degree.
Budget Fellow II: Salary of $54,570. Requires a Master's degree; OR, a Bachelor's degree and one year of relevant experience.
Budget Fellow III: Salary of $59,038. Requires a Doctoral degree; OR, a Master's degree and one year of relevant experience; OR, a Bachelor's degree and two years of relevant experience; OR, a Bachelor's degree and three years of professional experience including one year of relevant experience.
Strong candidates should have:
HOW TO APPLY:
To be considered for this or future positions with the Budget Division, please complete the Online Employment Application. Applications are held in the Division's resume database for six months, after which candidates may reapply to be considered for future opportunities. When applying, please select "NASBO" in the "How did you hear?" section.
If you require assistance in applying for employment with the New York State Division of the Budget, or if you have any questions about working for the Division, please contact email@example.com.
Human Resources Office
NYS Division of the Budget
Albany, NY 12224