Supervisory Budget Analyst
This position is located in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO), Office of the Assistant CFO for Budget. The mission of OCFO is to lead the Department’s Headquarters and Field Office officials toward the understanding and practice of sound financial management in program development and operations, and in the stewardship of public resources. The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) provides leadership in instituting financial integrity, fiscal responsibility, and accountability throughout the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The mission of the OCFO is to lead the Department's Headquarters and Field Office officials toward the understanding and practice of sound financial management in program development and operations, and in the stewardship of public resources. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) heads the Office. The CFO reports directly to and advises the Secretary on all aspects of financial management, including accounting and budgetary matters. The OCFO: (a) ensures the Department establishes and meets financial management goals and objectives; (b) ensures that the Department is in compliance with financial management legislation and directives; (c) analyzes budgetary implications of policy and legislative proposals, and (d) provides technical oversight with respect to all budget activities throughout the Department.
The Assistant CFO for Budget (ACFOB) is responsible for the development of budget plans, policies and procedures and for the overall supervision and management of the Office of Budget. Advises and assists program staff offices in their budgetary responsibilities and appraises the effectiveness of these activities; administers the Department's systems of administrative control of funds; advises on budget and fiscal implications of policy and legislative proposals; and administers the issuance of policy and legislative proposals; and the issuance of staff ceilings and monitors staff usage in the Department.
- 25% or Greater
- some travel
You must meet the following requirements by the closing date of this announcement.
Specialized experience For the GS-15, you must have one year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the GS-14 grade level in the Federal service. Specialized experience for this position includes:
- Reviewing completed appropriation documents for accuracy, soundness and persuasive influence;
- Experience working as a liaison on appropriations issues and tracking appropriations activity;
- Supervising staff or leading a team in coordinating and controlling the various phases of the budget cycle, which includes acting as administrator and managing requirements for various systems that support formulation, execution, and archiving; AND
- Preparing, facilitating and presenting highly sensitive and controversial program and policy issues to senior officials, staff and stakeholders.
The experience may have been gained in either the public, private sector or volunteer service. One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis. To ensure full credit for your work experience, please indicate dates of employment by month/day/year, and indicate number of hours worked per week on your resume.
As a Supervisory Budget Analyst, you will:
- Manage a professional and clerical staff, GS-14 level and below, and direct the work which involves the understanding of the budget resource and issues of the entire Department.
- Maintain independent personal contact on a continuing basis with Congress as well as budget and administrative specialist in the 0MB, in the budget offices of the Department's Assistant
Secretaries and in the administrative offices of the Department's staff and support functions.
- Represent the Division before high ranking officials in the Department, and maintain a broad range of contacts with regard to systems, accounting, and personnel, as well as with Assistant
Secretaries and their top staff; and OMB and Congressional Committees staff.
- Receive assignments directly from the Assistant CFO (ACFO) for Budget, the Deputy ACFO for Budget or from the Chief Financial Officer.