OverviewCRD Capital Budgeting Analyst Full Time in Victoria, BC
Branch Victoria BC CA
Capital Budgeting Analyst
Provides quarterly and year-end financial and variance analysis. Updates, analyses and distributes reserve cash flow analysis based on capital plan data….
The Financial Analyst 1 supports the capital planning process, including project set up, debt processing and assisting in the development and maintenance of organization’s long term capital planning and asset management processes. This role is also jointly responsible for budget compilation and publications. This position assists the Senior Financial Advisors and CRD Staff by supporting with their capital budgeting needs and debt requirements. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: • Coordinates and facilitates the capital budget cycle CRD. • Supports and guides budget users and managers. • Reviews, analyzes and verifies capital budget data and financial reports. • Provides analysis and support the development of long term capital and asset management plans for
various CRD departments • Updates, analyses and distributes reserve cash flow analysis based on capital plan data. • Prepares capital reporting information and analysis, for assessing adequacy of reserve funds and
planning for infrastructure investment. • Assists CRD departments in determining sustainment of asset through review of lifecycle
management and funding expectation for replacements. • Assists in funding shortfall and risk analysis of the CRD asset infrastructure as required. • Researches and analyzes capital bylaws for capital projects by identifying funding sources, eligible
grants, and planned expenditures. • Identifies efficiencies with the SAP Budgeting and Project Application Modules • Assists Analysts/Managers in project code design and set up and performs project reporting
analysis. • Researches and tests possible solutions/improvements and tests the integrity of the SAP programs –
specific to capital reporting and data. • Provides support for the CRD annual budget compilation and approval process. • Jointly, updates and distributes budget preparation guidelines and templates. • Prepares and distributes budget packages for Department/Committee/Commission/Board review. • Assists with the preparation of the CRD final budget requisition for Board approval. • Ensures service area information, B.C. Assessment Authority data and maximum requisition
amounts are accurate and complete.
• Maintains back-up information for the 5 year capital plan bylaw. • Prepares Financial Plan Summary brochure. • Maintains the CRD debt portfolio process. • Loads final budget numbers into SAP Planning and Financial reporting modules. • Records all debt-related transactions and maintains all long-term debt records. • Prepares invoices for municipalities for their share of the MFA invoice and payments for share of any
cash distributions of long-term debt. • Creates adjusting entries, prepares cheque requisitions for the payment of CMHC debt. • Creates new master data required to administer new debt for the CRD and CRHD. • Provides quarterly and year-end financial and variance analysis. • Analyses and prepares year-end financial working papers as required. • Researches, analyses, reconciles and prepares reports as requested. • Follows all policies, procedures and standards of the CRD • Performs other related duties as required. QUALIFICATIONS: • University degree in a related discipline such as Business or Accounting plus completion of one core
module CPA courses and 5 years’ relevant experience or equivalent. • Excellent communication (verbal and written), interpersonal and customer service skills are required. • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System analytical and implementation experience, preferably with
SAP • Ability to evaluate business processes and systems and recommend improvements or changes in a large
complex financial environment. • Skills and ability to assist in the development, integration and sustainment of an enterprise financial
system • Working knowledge of financial accounting, planning, budgeting, cost allocation and accounting
principles and practices • Strong working knowledge of budget preparation and reconciliation procedures • Demonstrated skills in preparing and analyzing financial reports and statements • Advanced spreadsheet and word processing skills. • Strong initiative and sound judgment skills • Good organization skills • Ability to work with minimum direction under pressure, meet deadlines and to determine and meet ever
changing priorities • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with staff. • Ability to work effectively and efficiently in a team environment. • Must possess a valid BC Driver’s Licence. APPLICATIONS: Resumes with covering letter quoting competition number #17/005 will be received in Human Resources, Capital Regional District. Review of applications will begin on January 30, 2017. You are encouraged to submit your application prior to this date for full consideration, however, the competition will remain open until a successful candidate is found or until otherwise advised on our website. Please apply online at www.crd.bc.ca “Careers”. Applications may also be received at Capital Regional District, Human Resources, PO Box 1000, 625 Fisgard Street, Victoria, BC, V8W 2S6, fax (250) 360- 3076.
The Capital Regional District wishes to thank you for your interest and advises that only those candidates under active consideration will be contacted.
Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Victoria, BC, CA
Posted on: 2017-01-24