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- Design budget models for various departments as well as for the company
- Analyze financial information/processes (e.g. cash management, expenditures, and revenues) for ensuring that all operations remain within budget
- Present budgets to upper management on an annual basis
We are hiring a qualified Budget Manager for developing the budget of our company and overseeing its implementation.
What does a Budget Manager do?
You will also prepare relevant financial reports and documents after reviewing the budget proposals. Your ultimate goal would be planning, evaluating, designing and implementing our budget to ensure that our business grows at our forecasted rate. In order to succeed in this role, you must have sound knowledge of all budgeting and accounting regulations and a solid background in Finance or Accounting.
You must also have the ability to think critically about making budgeting decisions and creating financial forecasts. Most importantly, you must have excellent numerical skills required for analyzing and presenting complex data.
- At least a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or a related field
- Professional certification (e.g. CPA or CFA)
- Prior experience as a Budget Analyst, Budget Manager or a similar role
- Experience with data analysis and forecasting methods
- Experience with statistical packages and accounting software
- Sound knowledge of MS Excel, especially pivot tables, charts and advanced formulas
- Exceptional numerical skills
- Sound knowledge of all accounting regulations and best practices
- Ability to understand as well as explain financial and budgeting information in simple terms
- Strong communication skills
- A keen eye for details
- An analytical mind with a problem-solving attitude
- Designing budget models for various departments as well as for the company
- Analyzing financial information/processes (e.g. cash management, expenditures, and revenues) for ensuring that all operations remain within budget
- Presenting budgets to upper management on an annual basis
- Reviewing the budget of the company for ensuring its compliance with all legal regulations
- Ensuring that the Department Managers submit a budget within the deadline
- Designing and implementing effective budgeting procedures and policies
- Reviewing budgeting requests for approval
- Forecasting future budgeting needs
- Identifying variances between budgeted and actual financial results at the end of each reporting period
- Suggesting improvements in the company’s budget utilization so as to increase profits