1. 1824 Principal Budget Analyst (Two Positions Available)
Under the general direction of the Budget and Finance Manager, the Principal Budget Analyst plans, organizes, leads and conducts complex, sensitive, and detailed budget fiscal, legislative, contract and administrative policy analysis. This position will also provide complex analytical support to operations and programs. The Principal Budget Analyst reports directly to the HSH Budget and Finance Manager, is the sole budget analyst for the department and must exercise excellent independent judgment at all times.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Develops and coordinates HSH’s annual budget process and strategies to maximize federal and state funding sources.
- Manages the department’s budget production schedule; convenes division budget meetings to develop budget recommendations; compiles and consolidates annual budget recommendations and mid-cycle budget changes; oversees department position control and reconciliation; and manages budget expenditure and revenue projections, reporting, and budgetary controls.
- Analyzes and negotiates budget and/or policy proposals within the department and with the Mayor’s Office, Board of Supervisors and other agencies; assists management in the budge development process, monitoring of the budget, budget reporting, and interpretation of budget-related documents.
- Plans and performs economic and/or financial analyses including forecasting, revenue and/or expense projections, analysis of capital requirements, evaluation of funding alternatives, rate analysis, modeling and cost/benefit analysis; assesses the quality of existing forecasting models and develops recommendations to simplify the approaches used and/or improve accuracy; prepares reports with financial/policy recommendations and appropriate supporting documentation.
- Collaborates with other City departments and community providers on budget and fiscal policy affecting homeless services; coordinates activities relating to the application for and management of grants, revenues, and subventions from private, State, and Federal sources.
- Analyzes existing and proposed administrative policies and procedures as well as organizational problems as they pertain to the department’s financial forecast and budget development; conducts difficult and detailed studies; identifies administrative problems, determines methods of analysis and identifies trends; prepares and presents reports with policy recommendations; and may develop and implement new systems, procedures, and documentation protocols.
- Develops, implements and manages standard operating procedures and processes for budget and /or fiscal operations to assist in budget development, budget management, and communication with stakeholders about budget and financial issues.
2. 1824 Principal Administrative Analyst (Shelter-In-Place Data and Reporting – One Position) – Data and Performance
Position description pending.