This position serves as the designated expert for fiscal operations at the Public Health Laboratories (PHL) assisting in the development and maintenance of the biennial operating and capital budgets. This role is PHL’s primary fiscal liaison with division and agency support services such as Contracts, Grants, Budget, and Accounting and in that role works to assure strong transparent communications and relationships. They develop, monitor, analyze, and implement financial reporting and fee-setting processes related to the complex environment of public health.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Provide expert consultation for all financial activities within the Public Health Laboratories (PHL) ensuring compliance with DOH, state, and federal policies and accountability systems and controls.
Acts as the primary financial expert for the PHL in developing and communicating financial and budget information to support accountability and effective financial management of resources.
Provide complex financial management for fee-supported programs.
Participate as an active member of the PHL and CDE management team.
This is a permanent full time Management Analyst 4 (MA4). The duty station for this position is in Shoreline, WA. Telework (mobile work) is currently expected. When approved, the incumbent is expected to report to the duty station for work activities. Partial telecommuting may be an option subject to supervisory approval. It is anticipated that the incumbent would be expected to be at the Shoreline duty station for work activities 2-3 days weekly.
Option 1: An associate degree or higher in Accounting, Finance or an allied field; AND two (2) or more years of experience in performing financial functions in budget, accounting, or program financial management field.
Option 2: Four (4) or more years of professional experience in accounting, budgeting, and/or grants management: preparing and managing budgets, contracts, or grants; assisting in the development of biennial budget, assist in writing fiscal notes or decision packages, and budget control procedures to assure accountability and appropriate financial management of resources.
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Working to improve health through disease and injury prevention, immunization, and newborn screening
Providing health and safety information, education and training so people can make healthy choices
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Addressing environmental health hazards associated with drinking water, food, air quality and pesticide exposure
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