Consultants within GFOA’s Research and Consulting Center (RCC) provide direct support for a variety of GFOA programs including consulting engagements, training seminars, best practice research, member networking, program administration and more. Consultant/Analysts become subject matter experts in enterprise resource planning (ERP) procurement and implementation, risk management, budgeting, and other RCC core competency areas to support GFOA clients across the United States and Canada.
Working in small teams, consultant/analysts help analyze local government business process, evaluate options, provide recommendations, and maintain GFOA know-how to support GFOA’s consulting practice. Other projects for Consultant/Analyst may include serving as subject matter expert to lead research projects or coordinate training opportunities, promote GFOA’s membership, lead programming related to specific topics or target market segments, or provide data analysis or staff support across the organization.
Consultant/Analysts are expected to manage competing priorities and deadlines, work independently, demonstrate knowledge and appreciation for local governments, advocate for GFOA best practices and support of GFOA’s mission to advance excellence in public finance.
Consultant/Analysts work from GFOA’s Chicago office with hybrid work from home options and travel approximately 7-10 days per month.
Candidates who are interested in applying for the position should complete an application online.
Apply online at www.gfoa.org/employment-application
GFOA is an equal opportunity employer.
For more information, or for questions about the position, please contact: Mike Mucha, Deputy
Executive Director/Director, RCC at https://www.gfoa.org/bio/mucha
Photos of GFOA office at 203 N. LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL (Photos from M&J Wilkow)