$67.58-$92.14 Hourly / $5,406.10-$7,371.42 BiWeekly /
In the Budget and Financial Management Division of the Office of Policy and Management, this class is accountable for assisting the Executive Budget Officer in the development and administration of the State's fiscal and program policies. In no event shall the Commissioner of Administrative Services or the Secretary of Policy and Management approve more than two (2) Assistant Executive Budget Officers as follows: Assistant Executive Budget Officer (Revenue) and Assistant Executive Budget Officer (Spending).
Assists the Executive Budget Officer in the direction and administration of Division programs and operations.
Assists the Executive Budget Officer in the development and implementation of the State's fiscal and program policies through the preparation and execution of the Governor's Annual Policy Statement including the coordination of the revenue, program and capital budgets; assists in the development of long term plans to assure the State's future fiscal integrity; assists in the refinement of program budget development and the budget option process; assists in the development of the statewide collective bargaining policy and strategy; represents the Division at briefings and hearings for the Governor, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or the Executive Budget Officer; maintains liaison with all Legislative Committees of the General Assembly; assists in the coordination of all program and fiscal activities of approximately one hundred agencies, boards, and commissions in the State; assists in statewide financial and programmatic strategic analysis and program evaluations; appears as an expert witness at legislative budget hearings, fact findings, arbitrations etc.; consults with and advises Commissioners and agency executives on budgetary and financial matters and policies; assists in the management of the operations of the Budget and Financial Management Division; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of public administration including governmental program budgeting and financial management; considerable knowledge of and ability to apply management principles and techniques; considerable knowledge of relevant State and Federal laws, statutes and regulations; considerable ability to analyze and evaluate complex statistical and financial data; considerable interpersonal skills; considerable oral and written communication skills.
Two (2) years of experience in budget management or in financial management including budget responsibility at or above the level of Fiscal and Program Policy Section Director or Chief of Fiscal/Administrative Services 1.