Project Analyst Job Profile and Descriptions
Project Analysts are accountable for providing support to Project Manager in managing, planning, and monitoring key projects from conceptions through implementation. They gather and analyze data to establish and maintain corporate business policies, processes, and procedures in order to provide support to departments. They also assist in preparing various reports that cover forecast reports, budget status, and other management related reports.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Coordinating in the preparation of external and internal external reports through collecting, analyzing and summarizing information from departments.
- Reporting on project deliverables and schedules in timely manner and working on overall project planning.
- Monitoring expense reports and program revenue, and reviewing them for completeness and accuracy.
- Developing, designing and establishing reporting standards and principles for the company.
- Studying assigned programs, understandings client’s requirements, and analyzing program goals and targets.
- Evaluating and monitoring the efficiency and performance of programs to make sure that program execution is on target.
- Assisting in the initiation process, conducting studies, coordinating in analysis to allocate resource, and evaluating financial program reviews.
- Monitoring program budgets, reviewing program expenses and reports to determine whether allocated funds are spent as specified.
- Working with program department to prepare budgets and cost application for latest business development.
Skills and Specifications
- Sound knowledge of fiscal planning, business case development, and contract management.
- Strong knowledge of program application development methodologies.
- Solid general management, leadership, and organizational skills.
- Ability to correspond both in writing ideas and orally.
- Ability to analyze issues and situations systematically.
- Ability to recommend practical ways using innovation, good judgment, creativity and strategic thinking.
Education and Qualifications
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Computer Science, Accounting, Public Administration or finance.
- Master’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, or accounting or any related field.
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