Program Analyst Iii, Birmingham

Published 2022-05-28
Expires 2022-06-28
ID #1016393686
Program Analyst Iii, Birmingham
United States, Alabama, Birmingham,
Published May 28, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Program analyst iii

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Highlight is seeking a Program Analyst to support the Small Business Administration (SBA) Birmingham office. You will perform a variety of support services to include project coordination, evaluations and analyses. Responsibilities: Identify, compile and analyze key data through a variety of planning and evaluation tools. Develop measurements of productivity and effectiveness through compiling matrix data and maintaining dashboards for various projects. Assist in conducting financial reporting for various lending and lender oversight programs. Perform management analysis to determine compliance with organizational procedures, sound management practices, and effective utilization of staff. Coordinate and track multiple actions required to execute assigned projects. Prepare and make presentations. Develop work papers and reports. Qualifications: Public Trust eligibility. Bachelor’s degree or higher in Business Administration or other related field from an accredited institution. At least four (4) years of specialized experience which has equipped the applicant with the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position as outlined above. For this position, “specialized experience” includes the above-stated GS-11 level equivalent capabilities as well as: Knowledge of principles, practices and functions related to capital access for American small businesses. Expertise in supporting budgeting and capital planning. Experience in developing operating policies, procedures and guidelines. Demonstrated initiative in devising new plans for improving business processes and program operations. Ability to independently develop comprehensive reports, studies, plans and presentations. PMP or similar certification preferred. Proficiency with MS Office tools (Word, PowerPoint, Excel). Strong oral and written communication skills. Accomplished in cost benefit, payback, ROI and other financial reporting. Dashboard creation and reporting. Data management experience. Prior PM work. Experience engaging with multiple stakeholders. Lending experience (needs to understand the terminology)/SBA experience a huge plus. Excellent customer service skills.

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