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The City of Huntington Beach is seeking an experienced Senior Finance Analyst. The Ideal Candidate has an educational background that includes finance and/or accounting and experience with municipal budget preparation, excellent analytical skills, specialized costing abilities and is able to implement strong internal controls.
JOB SUMMARY - Under supervision, performs a variety of advanced professional-level financial analysis in the performance of a broad range of duties of extreme complexity related to City budgetary operations and finance administration.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED - Reports to: Finance Manager -- Budget
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS - Senior Finance Analyst differs from Senior Administrative Analyst in that Senior Finance Analyst participates in the oversight and preparation of the City's overall budget and financial reports while the Senior Administrative Analyst is responsible for performing advanced-journey level financial, research, administrative, and analytical duties in support of an assigned department.
Education: Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Public Administration, Economics, or other related field from an accredited college or university. A Master's degree in a related field is desirable.
Experience: Four (4) years' experience performing complex budgetary financial analysis and research for a municipality or other public sector entity.
License/Certification: A valid California Class C driver license with an acceptable driving record required by time of appointment and during course of employment.
For full details including benefits information and to APPLY ONLINE, visit www.huntingtonbeachca.gov/jobs. Application deadline is 5/31/18 at 5:00 PM PT.
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