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Financial Business Analyst – Utility Asset Management Specialist II/III R16-521
Ensure the success of the Utility Asset Management (UAM) group as the financial and business analyst supporting all operational functions of the group.
The analyst will prepare budgets and pro forma income statements and monitor the financial performance of the UAM Group. The work consists of complex and non-routine tasks to maintain or improve the operation, reliability, safety, efficiency, profitability, and regulatory compliance of the Company in the area of Utility Asset Management, including: joint use administration, facility inspection, treatment and maintenance, wireless attachments, and outdoor lighting services.
ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES (functions with percent of time spent performing function)
Financial and Business Analysis
• Prepare budgets, monitor budget performance, and update financial forecasts.
• Ensure that costs and revenues are accurately accounted for.
• Comprehensive knowledge of applicable statutes, policies, and procedures to ensure cost recovery and accurate rate calculations (pole attachment, inspection, wireless, etc)
• Monitor monthly budget and prepare necessary journal entries.
• Provide technical expertise in budgeting and accounting and occasionally transfer necessary analytical skills to other functional areas.
• Assist internal groups in the preparation of financial models. Maintain those models after their development
• Calculate and monitor unit and output costs and help improve processes and systems to lower unit costs.
• Partner with program managers to develop and maintain forecasting models and production management tools to influence resource allocations.