Senior Budget and Policy Analyst – Budget OfficeFull Time
Performs a variety of complex tasks in support of County and departmental operations and services. Duties emphasize research, analysis, and development of recommendations in areas such as budgeting and financial planning, organizational analysis, policy formulation and service delivery. Senior Management Analysts may work in a number of areas including finance, internal audit and operational areas. Positions at this level typically involve county-wide responsibilities
As a Senior Budget and Policy Analyst within the Budget Office, this position will be assigned as a liaison to a specific portfolio to include departments, elected officials, and committees.
Budget Office Portfolio: Assessor’s Office, Auditor & Elections Office, Children’s Justice Center, Clerk’s Office, Code Administration, Community Development, Community Planning, Community Services, County Manager’s Office, District Court, Facilities, Geographic Information Services (GIS), Human Resources, Indigent Defense, Internal Services Administration, Juvenile Court Services, Law Library, Medical Examiner, Treasurer’s Office, Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Sheriff’s Office, Superior Court, Public Health, Public Works, and Technology Services.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Business/Public Management, Finance, Economics, Quantitative Analysis, or closely related field; plus three-five (3-5+) years of professional administrative and budgetary experience involving responsibility for monitoring, analyzing, reviewing and presenting budget, fiscal, economic and/or operational data. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. EACH APPLICANT MUST INCLUDE INFORMATION THAT CLEARLY DEMONSTRATES THE ABOVE QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION.
Position Specific Responsibilities
As one of the key positions within the Clark County Budget Office, the Senior Budget and Policy Analyst position is a vital part of the county’s overall budget cycle.
The budget preparation process includes four typical steps followed by public officials, both elected and appointed. These steps include the administrative preparation of the budget, the legislative approval of the budget, the financial implementation of the budget and the annual year-end accounting and financial reporting. This position serves as a bridge position between the budget adoption/financial strategic plan and the actual financial performance of the organization.
This position is responsible for analyzing countywide financial reports and data to report actual financial performance and to forecast future performance of funds, departments, specific revenue streams and categories, programs, specific expense categories, etc.
Specific focus areas may include: Financial support role for Property Tax Levy Forecasting & Monitoring, Real Estate Excise Tax Funds Management and Debt Services Coordination, Mental Health Sales Tax Fund Management, detailed monitoring and forecasting of Sales Tax revenues, and monthly/quarterly/annual countywide forecasting and monitoring reports.
This position is responsible for assisting with validation and quality assurance protocols for the Budget Office to include reviewing data prepared by other members of the office to ensure, as a best practice, that data, information requests, reports, etc. being produced by the Budget Office have been fully validated for accuracy.
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Salary Grade: M2.822 $6,161.00 – $8,706.00- per month