Posting Date:  11/02/2018
Job Title:  Fiscal Resource Analyst
Salary:  $74,141. – 90,158.
Entity:  Snohomish County
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled


We need an experienced Fiscal Resources Analyst who is passionate about budget development and monitoring, rate model development, general accounting activities and working with staff to support our services to internal customers. The ideal candidate must be motivated to work cohesively with service owners and internal customers and have a creative approach to problem solving.

Snohomish County’s Department of Information Technology (DoIT) supports the Information Technology needs for all County departments and Offices by providing infrastructure, application support, service desk support and administrative support. As part of the administrative support, the Administrative Services team provides accounts payable and receivable, rate model development, budget management and other administrative functions.
Candidate must be accomplished at government accounting principles, budget development and ideally be familiar with rate model charges for services and must also show a proven ability to collaborate in a team environment.

Primary Duties

1.Advises and assists with budget development and administration and related questions, problems and procedures.
2.Determines the fiscal impact of all ordinances, contracts, and budget modifications; develops findings, conclusions and recommendations as appropriate.
3.Monitors the fiscal health of applicable funds through analysis of revenues, expenditures, cash position, and fund balance; assists accounting with cash flow projections by providing input as required; interprets accounting information and correlates with appropriate budgets, plans and programs.
4.Advises and assists with annual and long-range construction, management and fiscal plans.
5.Develops and analyzes computerized fiscal models and programs; develops fiscal impact models.
6.Develops and recommends rates for services; determines rate objectives; reviews revenue requirements, operating costs and capital acquisition plans; develops rate amount and timing options.
7.Coordinates and/or prepares management information reports.

1.Analyzes legislative fiscal impacts as required.
2.Completes organizational, managerial and operational studies as required.
3.Monitors division goals, objectives and fiscal performance measures.
4.Acts as liaison with Accounting, Budget, Analysis and Reporting, and Information Services.
5.Completes cost/benefit analyses and/or special projects as assigned.
6.May act as a lead or supervise.
7.Performs related duties as required.


A Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration, accounting or political science; PLUS, three (3) years professional level experience involving fiscal, managerial, and analytical work; OR, any equivalent combination of training and/or experience that provides the required knowledge and abilities. Must pass job related tests.

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