The Subject Matter Expert will join a project team responsible for implementing state, city and county budget preparation software solutions. CGI is looking for someone who enjoys leveraging their analytical and governmental budgeting knowledge as a consultant assisting our government clients to not only successfully implement software solutions but to help them gain the most benefit from their technology investment.
This role is based in Houston, Texas.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Experience with budgeting is required, with financial accounting, procurement, human resource, or payroll experience a plus. Expertise should span the breadth of the governmental budgeting process, implementation (how the products are used in a production setting), related government policy and guidance, and industry best practices.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• 5+ years in working with state and local solutions around government budgeting (i.e. CGI Advantage Performance Budgeting, Oracle Hyperion, etc.)
• Extensive knowledge of the state and local budgeting regulations, processes, directives, instructions, and program guidance documents.
• Prior experience in implementing budgeting system for a city, county or state.
• Problem solver along with ability to multi task.
• Prior consulting experience in any of the following areas:
•Business process improvement,
•Budgeting policies and procedures,
•Budgeting system integrations
•Work independently and across many initiatives at once.
• Experience in requirements gathering and BPR analysis.
• Ability to travel to different client sites in Texas.
• Governmental Budgeting
What you can expect from us:
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