Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Facilities Senior Analyst I - III','254733','Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City','MO-Kansas City','','Full-time','Regular','Exempt','Exempt','Experienced','','','Yes, 5 % of the Time','Day Job','','','Tier II - No Credit Check','Tier II - No Credit Check','','','','!*!Job Summary:
Provides analytical and project management support for the Strategic Project Management Team within the Facilities Management Department. Demonstrates increasing skills in project, contract, and vendor management; budget and other data collection and analysis; supports of a wide range of projects simultaneously; provides superb communication and customer service.
Serves as project business analyst, and responsible for managing all internal administrative requirements for the project, including contract development, contract change administration, project cost accounting, invoice payment, reviewing general ledger reports and project status updates.
Manages the development and management of project budgets, leading project team meetings, controlling all project deliverables and close-out processes, and effectively communicating to all project stakeholders.
Provides vendor management throughout a project, including managing and responding to vendor requests.
Determines and completes the appropriate form of competitive bidding and manages the bidding process for department procurements, including working with stakeholders to develop an appropriate scope of work.
Researches, develops, and drafts all needed language for new and existing business contracts.
Participates in budget related activities such as developing and monitoring the department budget, compiling data, monitoring expenses, responding to inquiries, providing documentation, explaining variances, and providing rationale and recommendations.
Seeks opportunities for department operational improvements, and completes department procedure/policy reviews and updates.
Develops recommendations and makes presentations to management and department staff.
Monitors status, identifies trends, and prepares reports on quality measures, performance metrics, or other department goals and objectives.
Researches market/industry practices; collects and analyzes data or information; draws appropriate conclusions; and presents results in written reports or through oral presentations to management using visual aids.
Coordinates business requirements and process changes for automated systems.
Develops training plans and materials for department staff, and trains others on new processes/policies, as appropriate.
Leads or completes ad-hoc projects and/or assignments
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent combination of education and experience.
At least 2 years of professional experience required. Knowledge of the Federal Reserve System cost accounting, budgeting, and purchasing processes and tools preferred.
Highly effective organizational and analytical skills, requiring close attention to detail, problem solving, and ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Strong project management skills, including organization, planning, and execution.
High level of initiative and self-starting ability, and the ability to quickly grasp a detailed understanding of procedures and automated systems.
Effective verbal and written communication and presentation skills, including formal presentation skills for executive audiences.
Strong interpersonal and customer service skills, including the ability to work effectively in a team environment and manage vendor relationships.
Proficient skills in Microsoft Office applications, specifically Excel, Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, and other business specific applications.
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Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
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The Federal Reserve was established by Congress and signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. It was preceded by financial panics, bank failures and business bankruptcies that severely disrupted the economy. There were two prior attempts at establishing central banks.