Job Description

Position:   Senior Financial Analyst

Location:   Washington, DC


The Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for supporting a broad variety of financial functions, at a senior level, which may include all or a subset of the following: finance, operating budget, capital budget, accounting, disbursements, long-range financial planning, etc.

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

 

  • Directs all capital and operating budget preparation activities.
  • Monitors capital authority needs for the long-range plan, ensuring all capital projects have adequate authority; determines timing for future requests for additional authority and ensures timely completion of authority reprogramming.
  • Monitors operating spending versus appropriate budget.
  • Develop Revenue Forecasts for all categories of customers.
  • Develops spreadsheets to monitor key drivers.
  • Monitors, reviews, analyzes, and formulates large account retail revenues
  • Perform sensitivity analysis to determine impact of variables on rate projections
  • Monitor Consumption, Revenue and Receipts.
  • Manages billing and collection of retail accounts. Monitor Accounts Receivable Balances and Delinquencies.
  • Manages billing of Municipal & Federal accounts.
  • Coordinate with consultants for conducting Cost of Service Studies.
  • Communicates with internal/external resources regarding revenue.
  • Provides routine internal reports to managers for financial planning.
  • Initiates work teams to resolve issues and produce work process improvements.
  • Assists the CFO in the development, execution and monitoring of the short and long-term work plan for the CFO’s direct reporting units.
  • Manages the administration operations and budget for the Department.
  • Manages subordinates staff, and team members from other work units, to ensure completion of assigned tasks.
  • Manages and evaluates the progress of the unit towards meeting goals and makes adjustments in objectives, work plans, schedules, and commitments of resources.
  • May be required to represent the Financial Managerto outside constituents, including U.S. Congress, jurisdictional users, EPA, large commercial and governmental customers.
  • Performs other related duties and projects as assigned at the discretion of the supervisor.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • Minimum of 5 years work experience in Finance specifically for Operating and Capital Budgeting related activities
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Management or similar field from an accredited college or university and five years of related experience             
  • In depth knowledge of MS Excel and Oracle systems for Financial and Budgeting functions
  • Strong skills in communicating, orally and in writing.
  • Ability to present to and write for executive management, Board of Directors, U.S. Congress, and the D.C. Council.

 

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