The City of Gresham is actively seeking qualified candidates for Senior Financial Analyst. If:
- Revenue forecasting, cash flow, and cost allocation interest you
- You like to interpret data, analyze trends and make forecasts
- You see numbers, graphs and charts in a way that tells a story
- You enjoy working on complex puzzles that have no single correct answer
- Pushing the boundaries of excel is something you do regularly
- You equally appreciate the details and the big picture
This may be the position for you. The Senior Financial Analyst works as part of the Budget and Financial Planning team, responsible for a wide range of financial duties across a variety of assigned fund(s), program(s), or citywide initiatives and including multi-year financial forecasts, revenue forecasting, cost of services studies, and other ad-hoc requests. Additionally, the City is currently completing its transition to a new Enterprise Resource Planning System with Tyler Technologies’ Munis and Energov software. This position will have the opportunity to assist in adapting the financial forecasting processes and various financial and budgetary reporting to the new system.
As Oregon's fourth-largest city, Gresham is a welcoming community of hard-working people where tradition and heritage meet innovation and opportunity. Gresham is a dynamic and rapidly growing city where families and businesses have a mutual desire and drive to thrive. City of Gresham employees care deeply about the community they serve, and go 'one step beyond' to deliver services in collaborative, inventive, practical, and nimble ways. Our work is challenging, fast-paced and rewarding.
We believe that to deliver the highest level of service to all Gresham community members, it is crucial we employ a diverse workforce, foster an inclusive working environment, and ensure our policies and systems result in equitable outcomes. The City seeks candidates who will support these values by continuously incorporating equity in their daily work, and actively contributing to a workplace culture that respects unique viewpoints, life experiences, and cultural perspectives.
Come build the future with us.
- Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Mathematics, Public or Business Administration or related field
- Three-five or more years of related experience.
- Additional education or experience may be substituted for a total required combined minimum of 7-10 years of qualifying education, training, and/or experience.
- Experience creating, modifying, and updating financial analysis and forecasting for municipal infrastructure programs
- Experience with municipal budget and accounting, including Oregon local budget law.
- Strong familiarity with utility rate setting, infrastructure financing, the Oregon property tax system and/or Urban Renewal
- Robust skills in SSRS report development
- Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple priorities
- Ability to be detail-oriented while keeping the big picture in mind
- Effective oral and written communication skill