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Budget analysts have the knowledge and expertise necessary to help different types of institutions with organizing their finances and their budget. Their exact tasks may differ depending on the type and size of the organization they are working with. In general they prepare budget reports, review budget proposals to ensure they are in compliance with all laws, monitor organizational spending and estimate future financial requirements.
A bachelor's degree in any finance or acounting related field is sufficient to get hired as a budget analyst by a smaller company. However, larger institutions may only consider applicants who have a master's degree or higher. Budget analysts must be detail oriented and have excellent analytical, math, communication and writing skills.
At your interview for a budget analyst job, prospective employers will want to know how many years experience you've had in this role and what types of organizations you've worked with. They will also want to know about your career goals in order to gauge whether you are likely to work with them for a while or whether they will have to look for another employee in a few months. Giving the right answers will get you the job. The best way to prepare for your interview is by rehearsing answers to some of the questions you will find over at mock interview questions for budget analysts.