- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $47,795.00-$76,513.00 Yearly
A Budget Analyst II, Capital Programs is the full performance level of work in the formulation and expenditure oversight of the Governor’s capital budget and five-year capital improvement plan. Work of this class involves analysis of capital budgets and capital programs of medium-sized agencies. Employees in this class do not supervise.
Employees receive general supervision from a Budget Analyst Supervisor, Capital Programs.
The Budget Analyst Trainee is differentiated from Budget Analyst I, II and III, Capital Programs on the basis of degree of supervisory control exercised by the supervisor over these employees. Budget Analyst Trainee learns to perform duties under close supervision. Budget Analyst I, II and III, Capital Programs perform the full range of duties under general supervision. Budget Analyst I, II and III, Capital Programs are differentiated on the basis of modified factor comparison using the Management Classification Factors. These factors are: Qualifications; Nature and Purpose of Personal Contacts; Nature of Recommendations, Commitments, Decisions and Conclusions; Creative Thought; Responsibility for Planning; Responsibility for Administration; and Nature of Supervision Received.
Evaluates the State capital funding requests from State agencies, local governments and non-governmental organizations;
Conducts analysis and evaluation of facility master plans and programs and existing facilities and programs to determine adequacy and develop recommendations for improvement, adjustment or alternative methods of financing;
Investigates the need for allocation of funds related to capital programs and projects consistent with the debt limits recommended by the Debt Affordability Committee;
Makes recommendations to the Secretary of the Department of Budget and Management and to the Governor regarding funding capital programs and projects;
Responds to requests for information, research and analysis from various sources, including the Governor, Department Secretary and General Assembly;
Provides technical advice and assistance, including interpreting budget policies, to State agencies in the preparation of their budgets and to local government and non-governmental organizations requesting State financial assistance;
Attends meetings with agency personnel to discuss capital project or program changes affecting budgetary appropriations; Assembles statistical data and reports for use in evaluating capital budget requests;
Attends agency budget hearings conducted by the Department of Budget and Management and the Governor, and hearings and committee meetings conducted by the General Assembly;
Estimates the operating costs of new capital facilities to determine impact on capital budget requests;
Analyzes proposed legislation to determine impact on capital budget;
Produces assigned sections of departmental publications;
Performs other related duties.
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Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities; Minimum Education and Experience Requirements; Special Requirements; and recruitment and testing procedures are set by the using agency.
Class descriptions broadly define groups of positions used by various State departments and agencies. Position descriptions maintained by the using department or agency specifically address the essential job functions of each position.