Board of Commissioners Budget Analyst Job Opening

Board of Commissioners Budget Analyst

Oakland County Michigan

Pontiac, Michigan
$47,530.00 - $61,871.00 a year
Category: Budget Analyst

Announcement Information

Applicants must complete an online application at www.oakgov.com. and submit a cover letter and resume to:
Chris Ward – Board of Commissioners Chief of Staff
[email protected]

Job Summary

Under general supervision, functions as a staff and resource person for the Board of Commissioners assigned to duties related to fiscal analysis and budgetary processes. Responds to individual Board Members' request for information, as approved, coordinated and prioritized by the BOC Chief of Staff and/or Board Chairperson. Conducts research on proposals presented to and developed by the Board of Commissioners, provides analysis, recommendations, alternatives and reports as requested by the Chief of Staff and/or the Board Chairperson. Ensures all requests to the Board of Commissioners comply with County policies, procedures and regulations. Using established procedures, analyzes fiscal data, budgets, programs and operations. Assists Board Members and other personnel in technical budgetary matters during budget hearings, committee meetings, and in the general preparation and administration of the budget. Prepares short and long-range budgetary projections, utilizing economic forecasting and financial analytic techniques to assess the impact of budget changes and legislative requirements. Utilizes current Countywide and/or department specific software to complete assignments.

Minimum Qualifications

Under the Merit System Resolution, Section II, adopted November 8, 1966, employees in this class are excluded from the Merit System for the purpose of the manner of selection, appointment, removal from office or limitation or political activity.

Employees in this class are required to:

1. Pass the complete examination, including the employment medical, established for this classification.

2. Successfully complete a six-month advisory period.