|Job Title:||Budget Analyst 3|
|Salary:||$55,416.00 – $72,727.00 Annually|
|Entity:||Shoreline Community College|
|Closing Date:||First date of consideration: 08/08/2021|
**To apply, please visit: shoreline.edu/hr**
Date of First Consideration: August 8, 2021
Bargaining Unit: WFSE – Higher Education
Salary Range: $55,416 – $72,727 / annually dependent upon education/experience
Shoreline Community College is dedicated to inclusive excellence in teaching and learning, student success, and community engagement. Shoreline serves the educational, workforce, and cultural needs of our diverse students and communities through the core themes of educational attainment and student success, program excellence, community engagement, access and diversity, and College stewardship. Shoreline Community College is a place of open inquiry and learning, with a campus that models ideals set out in our Community Standard*. We are committed to upholding a culture of free expression, as well as maintaining a supportive and respectful learning and working environment for all.
Under the supervision of the Budget Director, this position is serves as a senior level budget program analyst and is responsible for budget tracking, management, and analysis duties at the College in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principals (GAAP) and the Office of Financial Management (OFM) regulations for Foundation donations, the College’s Capital Budget and outside funding/grants awarded to the College. Responsibilities include providing budget administration through the use/modification of various computer budget models to make budget projections and allotments in the development and administration of the College’s operating and capital budget. This position is also responsible for tracking and fiscal compliance of operating and grants budget throughout each fiscal year and will provide reports and investigative work related to all budgets in all funds within the college budget/account structure.
Essential Job Duties:
– Provide ongoing training and guidance to College staff regarding budget regulations and guidelines.
– Serve as the grant/contract budget administrator ensuring the development of long-term budget planning.
– Manage fiscal oversight and compliance with the funding managers for grants and contracts.
– Perform periodic time and effort reconciliations, ensure timely/accurate billing for sponsored agreements.
– Create, monitor, and revise budgets plans and system data; develop recommendations on budget prioritization process in conjunction with other budget personnel.
– Establish, monitor, and maintain long-term capital budget planning, including the preparation/reporting of projected capital improvement budgets.
– Serve as the primary contact for Foundation and capital budgets, providing oversight for compliance.
– Maintain/reconcile donor information in Raiser’s Edge, process online donations and follow-up tax reporting.
– Establish and maintain regular auditing processes for donations; manage receipt, entry and tracking of Foundation cash, bank deposits, and checks.
– Prepare financial documents such as journal entries, monthly financial reports, and the annual Foundation financial audit statement.
– Other duties as assigned of a similar level/nature.
**To apply, please visit: shoreline.edu/hr**
• Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Public Administration, Accounting, Economics, or Statistics; OR Equivalent Combination of Education/Experience; AND
• Five (5) years of professional experience in budgets, accounting, financial management, or program analysis.
• Generally Accepted Accounting Principals (GAAP) and the Office of Financial Management (OFM) regulations; and state, federal, and individual grantor guidelines/regulations.
• Microsoft Office Access, Excel, Outlook, and Word programs as well as computerized accounting/budget systems.
• Accounting theory/practice, fund accounting procedures, best practices in budgeting techniques.
• Accurate data entry/retrieval in electronic record keeping systems, creation/maintenance of hard copy/electronic files.
• Effective communication (both oral/written) for effective dissemination of complex policies and procedures.
• Fostering a climate of equity and belonging through multicultural awareness and responsiveness.
• Time management, organization, and ability to meet competing deadlines/priorities.
• Entering and/or retrieving data accurately in computerized record keeping systems.
• Looking for and applying opportunities for equity and inclusion within work.
• Handling difficult and sensitive situations, using sound independent judgment within College/legal guidelines.
• Working under pressure with frequent in-person interactions and numerous interruptions.
• Working both independently and as part of a team, prioritizing and meeting competing demands/deadlines.
• Interacting effectively with students, staff and the public in a courteous, respectful, and cooperative manner both in person and over the phone.
• Meet competing demands and prioritize multiple assignments across shared timeframes with colleagues.