Budget Analyst - Financial Analyst III - US Marshals Service
- Posted: 6 days ago
- Benefits: life insurance, medical, vision, 401k, dental,
USMS Financial Analyst III
Public Trust Security Level
United States Citizenship
As a Budget Analyst at the GS-0560-13 level, some of your typical work assignments may include:
o Knowledge of Federal, State, and/or County civil process laws, procedures, policies, and practices to facilitate the implementation of Court Orders for civil process expenditures.
o Conduct detailed review and analysis of spending for multiple field or district offices in order to develop future budget allocation methodology for each individual field or district office.
o Monitors expenditures of multiple field or district offices to ensure cost- effective support of programs and policies and assesses overall financial condition of individual field or district offices.
o Develops narrative and statistical justification of field or district offices' funding requirements through the budget execution process.
o Prepares budget process briefing materials (e.g. inquiry response, data requests, and execution policy).
o Prepares budget briefing materials (e.g. written budget reports, inquiry responses, and data requests.
o Ability to effectively communicate orally, including establishing and maintaining contacts with multiple field or district offices in order to provide answers to personnel during their execution of the enacted budget.
o Ability to Interpret and Apply Regulations and Policies.
o Conducts program reviews of field or district offices to identify ways to improve business practices and reduce costs.
o Identifies opportunities and recommends process improvements to the budgetary process, policies, and procedures.
· Four-year undergraduate degree in accounting, finance or business administration and a CPA certification
Tuba Group, Inc.
Finance and Insurance
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