Job Listing Detail
Listing Number: 8230-12D8
- Applications must be received by Midnight Mountain Time on the closing date.
For more information contact:
PO Box 201001
Helena , MT
TTY: Montana Relay Service at 711
Local Montana Job Service Workforce
Budget and Planning
State Application Required:
$40,354.00 - $55,752.00
Additional Salary Information: This position is a part of a career ladder. Placement is determined by assessing the applicants qualifications based on the MDT advancement policy referenced. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Applicant Pool: If another department
vacancy occurs in this job title within six months, the same applicant pool may
be used for the selection.
This position is an MPEA Bargaining unit member. Preference will be given to qualified MPEA applicants.
This position is part of a Career Ladder. Placement into the career ladder is determined by assessing the applicants qualifications based on MDT advancement policy 3-0187.
MDT is recruiting for Budget Analyst to work with our financial team.
Prefer: Governmental Budgeting Experience
Legislative interaction and experience
As a budget analyst for the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT), you will be conducting financial and program analyses for multiple programs within the Department. This includes financial reporting; developing and implementing fiscal policies and systems; conducting research and providing professional fiscal assistance to other fiscal officers and accounting staff; and developing, implementing, and monitoring budgets for all assigned programs.
Leadership: Provides clear directions, technical assistance, and guidance to other MDT work units to ensure effective operations and project activities. Motivate staff to achieve common fiscal objectives.
Analytical/Interpretive Thinking: Accurately applies financial management practices, reporting, and financial management requirements to specific circumstances.
Decision Making: Evaluates multiple and ambiguous factors to resolve problems. Develops technically accurate and defensible revenue forecasts and budget projections and recommends courses of action in response to fiscal deficiencies.
Communication: Translates technical information to audiences of varied technical levels. Negotiates specific terms and conditions of budget adjustments, corrective actions, and other issues.
Independence of Action: Determines appropriate responses to financial problems and project deficiencies with minimal assistance or precedent.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree
Acceptable: Finance, Business Administration or Accounting
Alternative Degrees: Economics or Information Technology
with a minor or associates degree in accounting or finance
EXPERIENCE: Four years of progressively responsible experience in governmental accounting, budgeting or a related field including experience with financial analysis, financial management, and budgeting in a government setting.
Alternate Qualifications :
Experience will substitue for education on a year for year basis.
Supplemental Questions: None Required
Additional Materials Required: