Office of Finance and Operations Budget Analyst, GS-0560-14 (MP) in Washington, District Of Columbia
The position is located in the US Department of Education (ED), Office of Finance and Operations (OFO), Office of Budget Service (OBS), Administrative Analysis Branch in Washington, DC. The Division is responsible for formulating, presenting, analyzing, and executing the Department's administrative budget, interpreting budget execution policies and procedures, establishing and maintaining a Department wide budget execution system.
Conditions of Employment
Minimum Qualification Requirements You may meet the minimum qualifications for the GS-14, if you possess the specialize experience. Specialized Experience for the GS-14 One year of experience in either federal or non-federal service that is equivalent to at least a GS-13 performing at least two (2) of the following duties or work assignments:
Experience developing or administering federal budget processes, laws, regulations, policies, and procedures, exhibiting thorough and detailed understanding of Office of Management and Budget (OMB) policies, directives, and regulations.
Experience in formulating, justifying and executing major appropriations.
Experience communicating both orally and in writing to interpret information, advise managers, resolve problem areas, conduct meetings/briefings, and interface with all levels of management.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) The quality of your experience will be measured by the extent to which you possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs). You do not need to provide separate narrative responses to these KSAs, as they will be measured by your responses to the occupational questionnaire (you may preview the occupational questionnaire by clicking the link at the end of the Evaluations section of this vacancy announcement).
1.Knowledge of the Federal budget process, and all associated policies, directives, procedures and regulations, to develop and provide authoritative advice and interpretations of legislation and policies and precedents.
2.Skill in analysis and comparison of program content, cost-benefit, and political viability of alternative budget and program actions.
3.Knowledge of programs and legislative history to develop budgetary policies, to assist line organization in setting and implementing program goals, to determine how they impact and interact with other programs and budgets of the Federal and state agencies.