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The Governor’s Office of Management and Budget is seeking to hire a Budget Analyst I. The Budget Analyst I will be based in the main office in Springfield, IL. This position is a great opportunity for someone that is passionate about finance and public policy. Job duties include, but are not limited to:
- Possesses the ability to communicate effectively; Prepares/delivers written and oral presentations when necessary.
- Provides written comments on the fiscal and programmatic implications of General Assembly actions; prepares veto messages when needed; monitors agency appropriation bills and amendments.
- Does fund analysis of legislation.
- Performs fiscal, statistical and other studies and analysis as directed by the senior staff, or director
- Monitors agency expenditure and staffing plans; review agency requests for 2% transfers and release of funds for capital expenditures.
- Prepares and monitors forecasts of state revenues and expenditures, demographic factors and programs related to the state’s economy;
- Monitors agency appropriation bills and amendments, including attending appropriation committee hearings and preparing written summaries and analysis of the issues raised
- Assists in the negotiation of issues related to the budget or state programs, which may include reviewing, researching and recommending alternative budget strategies.
- Conducts factual analysis and examines budget requests from agencies.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Makes sound recommendations and provides technical assistance on budget levels for agencies and programs, taking in to account administration priorities, availability of resources and impact on programs.
- Ability to adapt to change and work in a high-paced, fluid environment, providing accurate information frequently on very short timelines;
- Ability to interact well with agency representatives, constituents, and legislative and Governor’s Office staff while building positive relationships;
- Ability to conduct sound and detailed analyses from both a programmatic and a fiscal perspectives;
- Pro-active approach to work, to develop appropriate areas for analysis, to identify problems before they form or to offer solutions.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks, and projects while displaying high ethical standards at all times;
- A commitment to public sector involvement and to public policy issues, and an understanding of or willingness to learn the policy-making process;
Company: Illinois State Police
Vacancy Type: Part Time
Job Functions: Information Technology
Job Location: Springfield, IL, US
Application Deadline: N/A