Coordinates the development of the Operating Budget, Sales Tax Rate Model, and Water & Sewer Rate Model. |
Leads team projects, including the Revenue Management Program, Three-Year Financial Forecast, Core Business Matrix, Automated Financial System and Performance Based Budget.
Develops and maintains rate structures, rate and cost allocation and cost recovery plans, revenue forecasts, and other revenue-related components.
Analyzes revenue sensitive legislation for impact and recommendations.
Provides knowledge and trains Budget Analysts on an as-needed basis.
Completes and publishes the Budget in Brief and Revenue Manual.
Designs, administers, and oversees automation processes and provides liaison support with Financial Systems Administration regarding the Budget Department’s financial software system.
Develops analyses, comparative statistics and graphic depictions of trends, revenues, and expenditures; analyzes department operations for variance, efficiency and productivity, and develops recommendations.
Utilizes econometric modeling and impact analysis in order to develop financial projections; integrates financial and accounting information with budget decisions for projection of future patterns.
Serves as liaison with City departments in coordinating the preparation and development of the annual operating budget and three-year financial forecast including development of instructions, targets, fund summaries, financial and statistical analysis, cost of service and performance measurement development and long range financial planning.
Reviews Council Agenda items prior to submission to insure that funds are appropriately budgeted.
Prepares supplemental appropriation ordinances, budget adjustments, and transaction adjustments when necessary.
Provides staff assistance to the City Council, management and citizens regarding budget-related requests for information.
Evaluates Enterprise funds to determine their condition and make recommendations for needed actions, such as rate increases or expenditure reductions, necessary to maintain fund solvency.
Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending education workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
Texas Municipal League
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