27 May 2023
Full-Time Manager, Budgets – Norzagaray
In carrying out tasks and obligations, the Budget Manager uses independent judgment. The Budget Manager is in charge of all grants, procurement, budget preparation, Administrative Review Committee (ARC) contracts, and travel and purchase card approvals, as well as representing the State’s Attorney in public meetings, council sessions, and legislative hearings. The incumbent discusses management concerns with other agency directors, deputy directors, elected and appointed officials, and others.
Job Title : Manager, Budgets
Location : Norzagaray, Bulacan Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 32.32 per hour.
Company : Gonzer Associates, L. J.
Job Type : Full-Time
- Budget modifications may be made by analyzing financial records and statistics on staff expenditures, and submitting budget allocations for consideration.
- Creates and analyzes income and expenditure data; advises supervisory staff on trends; prepares quarterly reports to translate estimates to actual expenditures for City budget reports.
- Oversee the daily budget operations for the agency’s allocated projects. Assist program managers in assigned divisions in the development and execution of business strategies that are financially feasible and allow the agency to satisfy customer satisfaction standards.
- Operational programs are compared, and costs are calculated in relation to previous fiscal years’ services. The Supervisor receives reports with budget modification recommendations.
- The firm offers varying degrees of service and labor in response to the findings of its investigation of certain projects in order to fulfill the prerequisites of those projects.
- The Office of Finance of the Office of Management and Budget handles operational and financial issues for the assigned Division, as well as the processing of all Agency awards. State Attorney’s Office budgetary planning and monitoring (SAO).
- Responsible for overseeing the Center’s yearly and other funded budgets, including the forecasting of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials/supplies/program activities, and the creation of annual budgets. Assesses and makes recommendations for the approval of expenditures in light of sound financial judgments.
- Prepare complex financial and budgetary analysis documents like written narratives, charts/graphs, and presentation materials that can be shared with OFM, legislative staff, executive management, and external stakeholders. Make sure that these products are correct, complete, and of good quality.
- In addition to the responsibilities mentioned in the job description, performs extra jobs as assigned that aren’t part of the employee’s primary job responsibilities but fall within their broad occupational category.
- Develop business cases, projections, buy-or-not decisions and rate assessments with cooperation with the Agency Budget Director and offer analytical assistance for assigned projects
- An accounting, business/public management, financial and economic analysis or a related area of study accreditation is required for a master’s degree in quantitative research and analysis (MADA).
- Research-based Evaluate data, develop findings, back suggestions with facts and analysis, interpret and implement rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Ability to speak and write in audience-friendly language.
- In order to qualify for this position, you must have a minimum of four (4) years of professional management experience, as well as expertise of how to create and manage budgets and grants.
- Excellent organizational and people skills; outstanding communication and writing abilities; capacity to work in a fast-paced workplace; self-motivated and able to manage numerous duties at once; ability to work and grow others as a team; Advanced Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher) and desktop/Internet software skills is desirable.
- a Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, finance, or public administration from an approved institution or university is a must for this role.