Supervisory Budget Analyst

Big Bend National Park, National Park Service

About the organization

Big Bend National Park is one of the largest and most diverse national parks in the United States, encompassing over 801,000 acres of Chihuahuan Desert and mountains with varied scenery and diversity of plant and animal life. It is situated in remote southwest Texas along the Rio Grande which is the international boundary between the United States and Mexico. Big Bend is the only National park to contain an entire mountain range within its borders. The park community consists of approx. 250 people, including employees and their families. The park has a post office, gas stations, camper stores, restaurant, and lodge. Recreational opportunities include hiking, bird watching, photography, backcountry camping, bicycling, and river rafting. Elevation at Panther Junction is 3,800 feet. The climate is generally pleasant with hot summers (90-100 degrees F.) and mild winters (30-50 degrees F.).Visit our website for more information at: http:// www.nps.gov/bibe

Duties

The incumbent serves as the unit’s budget officer, working directly for the Administrative Officer. Primary duties involve managing, tracking, and coordinating all aspects of a $6-7 million dollar annual budget. Incumbent serves as the subject matter expert and unit point of contact for five Administrative Program Assistants from a variety of disciplines.

Qualifications

Must have strong working knowledge of budgets, and large budget formulation. A strong skill set (working knowledge) in computer based budgeting programs is important.

Salary

$62,236 - $80,912 annually

Application instructions

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