The Budget Analyst is the key point of contact for a high volume, high dollar Accounts Payable and Purchasing operation for the Johns Hopkins Facilities and Real Estate (JHFRE) department collaborating with Shared Service Centers (Accounts Payable, Supply Chain, and Accounts Receivable). The Budget Analyst supports multiple Directors, Managers and Supervisors of Plant Operation trades on the Homewood Campus. This position reports to the Financial Manager and coordinates some activities of the Budget Specialist.
Essential Job Functions:
Triage incoming invoices, purchase order requests, vendor inquiries, and information requests. Evaluate and recommend best practices (form of payment, workflow, and communication) for improving efficiency and accuracy of payment processing.
Coordinate day to day work of Budget Specialist. Review and approve $12 million annual utility invoices processed by Budget Specialist.
Understand and communicate University financial policies and procedures to ensure compliance and submission of proper documentation.
Prepare monthly financial reports for JHFRE Director of Finance and Administration, Director of Plant Operations, Associate Director of Plant Operations, trade shop managers and supervisors. Manipulate SAP data and create reports in Excel. Review $5.7 million operating budgets and analyze variances in supplies and contractual services. Work with managers and supervisors to research variances and project future expenditures.
Reconcile, review, and approve 13 departmental P-cards totaling $500,000 in annual expense. Ensure cardholders follow JHU policy and procedures and meet deadlines. Audit for appropriate card use and account assignment.
Prepare monthly accounts receivable invoices totaling $1.5 million annually.
Serve as primary contact for vendors and internal customers. Provide a high level of customer service to vendors and internal customers with timely follow-up and documentation. Work closely with the vendor's accounting staff to research and resolve complex payment issues.
Participate in year-end close process. Collect and analyze performance data against budgets. Investigate and prepare over $3 million expense accruals.
Coordinate insurance claims for property damages. Collaborate with Risk Management Department to reconcile expenditures and track reimbursement.
May serve as a backup to the Financial Manager when necessary.
Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or other related field.
One year of related progressively responsible experience.
Additional education may substitute for required experience and additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Special Knowledge Skills & Abilities:
Requires highly detail-oriented individual.
Must have excellent organization skills.
Must be able to multitask and prioritize.
Must have excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
Experience with SAP highly desirable.
Proficient in Excel and excellent analytical capabilities.
Remain stationary for extended periods of time.
Must frequently communicate with others and exchange accurate information.
Ability to operate a computer and/or other office equipment on a frequent basis.
Ability to move about the office.
This description is a general statement of required major duties and responsibilities performed on a regular and continuous basis. It does not exclude other duties as assigned.
Classified Title: Budget Analyst Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PB Starting Salary Range: $22.10 - $30.36 per hour Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F 7.5 Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: 45-MD:JH at Keswick Department name: 10001603-Finance & Administration Personnel area: University Administration
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