Budget Analyst
Internal Revenue Service - Phoenix, AZ

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DUTIES

As a Budget Analyst you will :
Analyze resource proposals on Division programs; develop and coordinate budget submissions and justifications, review changes, and assess program impact.

Identify issues and develop forecasting patterns and projected budgetary and staffing requirements.

Plan and execute labor resource requirements for salaries, benefits, and Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) for the assigned area for both the current plan execution and subsequent year plan development.

Recommend and complete budget reprogramming actions to assure optimum utilization of available resources and accomplishment.

Review and analyze budget estimates, work programs and resources for soundness of technical treatment and format, accuracy, adequacy of supporting narrative.

Provide oversight and advice in the financial review process, including reprogramming decisions and the development of narrative justifications.

QUALIFICATIONS

QUALIFICATIONS/ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS : You must meet the following eligibility and basic qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement.

GS-9 LEVEL:
A. Two (2) full academic years of progressively higher level graduate education in a related field of study such as accounting, auditing, finance, economics, business administration or other related fields.. OR

B. Master's or equivalent graduate degree in a related field of study such as accounting, auditing, finance, economics, business administration or other related fields. from an accredited college or university. OR

C. LL.B or J.D., if related. OR

D. One year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-7 level. To be qualifying your experience must demonstrate: Knowledge of collecting data with budget formulation, plan development, labor cost analysis, financial reviews, or budget execution; Performing basic analysis (such as average cost per FTE) of collected or provided data; Preparing charts, tables, and graphs for specific assignments including the formulation of the Division budget and period financial reviews; Ability to interpret and apply basic budget instructions, administrative memoranda, and regulatory guidelines from a procedural, technical standpoint. OR

E. Combination of qualifying graduate education and experience equivalent to that described above.

GS-11 LEVEL:
A. Three (3) full academic years of progressively higher level graduate education in a related field of study such as accounting, auditing, finance, economics, business administration or other related fields. OR

B. PH.D or equivalent doctoral degree in a related field of study such as accounting, auditing, finance, economics, business administration or other related fields. OR

C. At least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS 9 level. To be qualifying your experience must demonstrate: Knowledge researching budgetary and financial issues, developing and analyzing resource proposals, identifying issues related to projected budgetary and staffing requirements, and analyzing estimates; Assisting with the planning and execution of labor resource requirements; Preparing reports and charts to monitor labor and support resources (e.g. equipment, supplies, facilities, and training); Reviewing directives, instructions, budget materials, funding documents and developing narrative justifications and strategies to ensure program delivery within the bounds of financial constraints. OR

D. LL.M., if related OR

E. Combination of qualifying graduate education and experience equivalent to that described above.

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