Operating Budget Analyst - Fiscal Consultant II
Company: Sarasota County Government
Posted on: August 4, 2022
Are you a self-proclaimed numbers cruncher that has a strong
attention to detail and an ability to think critically? Then
becoming a part of the Office of Financial Management, operating
budget team, could be just right for you!
This is professional and advanced work in developing, implementing,
updating, analyzing and maintaining a multi-year Operating fiscal
plan. Work exercises independent judgment and discretion for
decision making. Job duties, functions and qualifications satisfy
criteria for exempt status as outlined under the Administrative
Exemption in the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) Wage and Hour
Regulations. Job Description:Monitors programs and fiscal
operations, develops, analyzes and evaluates data, prepares reports
and documentation for fiscal/financial transactions to ensure that
budgets are executed in accordance with approved plan, statues and
guidelines. Serves as the Subject Matter Expert "SME" for area(s)
assigned. Conducts financial and budgetary analyses that facilitate
decision-making. Provides fiscal guidance and oversight prior to
the transfer, interchange, and expenditure of funds.
Responsibilities and activities for the assigned area(s)
- Coordinate with department staff to prepare operating
- Provide training and guidance on financial matters.
- Develops processes and spreadsheets to assist with forecasting
needs and monitoring budgets.
- Compiles and coordinates periodic reports to management on
status of expenditures, revenues, and other financial issues.
- Forecast/manage/maintain moderately-complex funds.
- Assist with the review and/or updating of various fee and rate
studies and models used by assigned departments.
- Create/process Budget Resolutions, Administrative Appropriation
Transfers, Journal Entries, Payment Requests.
- Provide funding information/review eGenda items for accuracy
- Performs a variety of analysis of financial issues.
- Occasionally presents/develops information for the BCC,
administration, directors, and public boards.
- Occasionally works with the Office of the County Attorney to
develop or revise ordinances, inter-local agreements, and other
legal documents as well as in determining the legal use of
- Other assignments/presentations/support as needed.
- Serves as back-up for other Operating Fiscal Consultants during
times of absence or unavailability. Performs special
projects/analysis/reporting in response to management and customer
driven demand. Partners with Departments and/or other agencies.
Participates on high level strategy teams across functional areas
to develop innovative approaches for meeting fiscal challenges.
Develops strong, facilitative relationships. Mentors, educates and
assists colleagues and customers in all phases of financial
management. Assists with coaching, mentoring & training of
employees by providing assistance support. Acts as a change agent.
Supports evolving business models. Supports the mission and vision
of the county and work unit. Demonstrates the values and behaviors
that support a high performing organization. Work Hours: Monday -
Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. About You Minimum Qualifications:
- A Bachelor s Degree in Public Administration, Business,
Finance, Economics, Statistics, or other related field and minimum
of 3 - 4 years of progressively responsible experience.
- A Master s Degree in related field may be substituted for one
year of the required experience. OR
- Related experience or certifications may substitute for the
required education. About Everything Else Pay: $50,024.00 -
- Enjoy great benefits including Health, Dental, Vision, and Life
Insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability, Flexible Spending
Accounts, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Florida Retirement
System (FRS) and many, many more!
- For more information about employee benefits, please click this
link or visit SCGov.net for additional information.
- Utilize our award-winning wellness program including free gyms
and classes at multiple Sarasota County Government locations.
- Enjoy 11 paid holidays, 3 personal days and 16 paid vacation
days in the first year of full-time employment with increasing
accrual rates with years of service. (That adds up to a possible 30
days off in your 1st year!) A different blend of voices prompt
better conversations, choices and results for everyone. Sarasota
County - Many Voices, One Team. Diversity, equity and inclusion
(DE&I) are the keys to serving, representing and understanding
our community. We celebrate and value the experiences, backgrounds,
perspectives, talents and strengths that make us different and are
committed to creating a culture of understanding and respect where
our employees realize that we are stronger together. Our vision is
to have a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace that attracts,
develops, retains and engages a talented workforce broadly
representative of the citizens and communities we serve. To further
value creativity, innovation, collaboration and great customer
service - internally and externally. Sarasota County Government
promotes diversity and inclusion in its workforce and does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender identification or
expression, genetic information, religion, national origin, marital
status, age or disability. A job applicant with a disability who
requires reasonable accommodation to participate in the
application/selection process is requested to make known the need
for an accommodation to Human Resources or appropriate county staff
members. For assistance with the application, please call
.Government employers are drug-free and tobacco-free environments,
EEO/AA/ADA employers, and they prohibit discrimination in all
services, programs or activities. Sarasota County Government is a
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