Job Description: Management & Budget Specialist II Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection Rockville, Maryland $55,176 - $91,314
The Department of Environmental
Protection’s (DEP) Business Office maintains the fiscal integrity of both
Disposal and Collection Enterprise Funds for the Division of Solid Waste
Services (DSWS). In maintaining that fiscal integrity, a complex rate
model and master budget is used to provide program, budgetary, and
financial data to staff and management. DEP seeks a Management and Budget
Specialist II to analyze the quantitative and qualitative issues, evaluate
trends, and perform programmatic assessments to ensure integration among
the planning, budget analysis, and execution of solid waste program
activities budget of $100 million+ (across cost centers, current and
future projects, and new initiatives).
Job duties include:
Evaluate budget requests and apply a range of bench marking, trend
analysis, future projections, program assessment, and valuation
techniques for all solid waste activities.
Prepare ongoing and ad hoc analyses, reports & presentations to
specific budget issues and the economic impact to the integrated solid
waste management system.
Understand and apply accepted financial management techniques and
principles when evaluating projections and the effect on solid waste
rates while adhering to guidelines and instructions from OMB, Finance,
and Office of Procurement.
Maintain County Stat, Headline Measures, and Performance Metrics to
disclose the effectiveness and efficiency of Solid Waste program
activities and any new and ongoing initiatives .
Conduct business planning analysis including, but not limited to,
revenue tracking, reconciling monthly tons and tipping fee revenues,
assessing externalities affecting waste export and tons delivered,
research revenue and rate stabilization issues, identify opportunities
and constraints to maximizing revenues.
A complete job summary is available in
the full advertisement.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Experience: Two (2) years of professional experience reviewing,
analyzing and monitoring operating and/or capital budgets, including
analysis of and reporting on management and programmatic issues having
budgetary implications. Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university
with a Bachelor's Degree. Equivalency: An equivalent combination of education and
experience may be substituted.
All resume submissions must address the
preferred criteria for the position which are located in the full
advertisement. You also may be required to provide a writing
Recruitment is scheduled to close on:
March 8, 2018.
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