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Senior Financial Analyst

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Job ID: 208259
Location: MACDILL AFB, FL, United States
Date Posted: Aug 18, 2020
Category: Business Management
Subcategory: Finance
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: Secret
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Secret
Potential for Remote Work: No

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Job Description

Description

Join SAIC’s team, in support of the U.S. Special Operations Command's  Special Operations Forces Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics Support Services (SOF AT&L), in meeting its mission by providing rapid and focused acquisition, technology, and logistics support to Warfighters, through the delivery of the most effective capabilities to our Special Operations Forces.

 

The candidate selected for this position typically works on high-visibility or mission critical aspects of a given program and performs all functional duties independently.  This position may oversee the efforts of less senior staff and/or be responsible for the efforts of all staff assigned to a specific job.

 

Financial tasks may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Tri-Annual Review:

    • Perform as Lead for all accounting actions and issues between SOF AT&L Program offices, SOF AT&L-K, HQ USSOCOM, Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS), and the 6th Comptroller Squadron. This support ensures all accounting actions associated with conducting a formal Tri-Annual review for all active and expired year accounts is completed IAW DOD FMR and DFAS guidance

  • Follow-up on all contracts with active and expiring/expired funds:

    • Lead and assist if necessary efforts to include coordination with SOF AT&L-K, Defense Contract Management Agency and DFAS to facilitate contract closeout

    • Provide metrics on the Tri-Annual Review and Contract Closeout processes

    • Provide training on the Tri-Annual review process to customers with respect to General Accounting and Finance System and Integrated Accounts Payable System, reconciliation systems, Mechanization of Contract Administration Services (MOCAS), and other training as required

    • Perform super module manager and Group Administration Management (GAM) roles.  Including support to the classified funding portfolio and provide accounting support for these programs

    • Provide training in the applications of researching and clearing Negative Unliquidated Obligations and Unliquidated Obligations (NULO/ULO) for the purpose of close-out of expiring/expired funds

    • Provide every other month, the status regarding reconciliation actions by appropriation and fiscal year

    • Provide metrics on the number of documents completed, outstanding reconciliation actions, and current status, including courses of action. In addition, each report shall provide information regarding any leadership concerns that require external attention including systemic issues, possible process improvement ideas and required training requirements based on issues, new systems or recent overarching or internal policy changes

  • Financial Execution and Analysis:

    • Examine, review, study, and evaluate financial operations and transactions to recommend financial actions or methods, determine financial feasibility or financial soundness, determine regulatory compliance, or perform other financial activities related to business operations

    • Perform operational program budget execution duties using systems such as DEAMS, PBAS, ABSS, Commanders’ Resource Integration System, Select and Native Programming Data Input System, etc.

    • Assure that obligations incurred and resulting expenditures of funds are in accordance with pertinent laws and regulations

    • Update SOF AT&L internal obligation tracking systems daily to ensure program financial status is current

    • Perform all actions associated with setting up new codes in ABSS/DEAMS, creating new flows, and establishing new accounts for Wide Area Workflow

    • Continually monitor expenditures in relation to planned levels

    • Populate the monthly investment status of funds report, with applicable “Get Well” plans provided by the PEOs

    • Prepare reports of analysis and make recommendations for remedial action to SOF AT&L Acquisition Comptroller Directorate, PEOs and Directorate senior leaders

    • Compile and coordinate budgetary presentation materials

    • Format the recommended budget for the desired level of program operations into a format consistent with regulatory guidance which will be acceptable to reviewing and approving authorities

    • Readily provide financial information, including detailed backup documentation, to program managers; and as requested, for higher level reviews and decision points

    • Gather and provide data to respond to monthly and quarterly reporting requirements as defined in the SOCOM Comptroller Annual Specific Guidance

    • Support the development and validation of execution year Unfunded Requirements (UFR).  Include support to the classified funding portfolio and provide financial execution and analysis support for these programs

    • Develop spreadsheets, all forms of electronic graphic media to include interactive presentations, quad charts, and other documentation as required

  • Accounting and Finance Support:

    • Update and analyze SOF AT&L Financial Execution Module (FEM) for all appropriations and all types of funding

    • Maintain funds distribution and execution document control logs reflecting current status daily

    • Prepare daily fiscal year end closeout reports and determine the necessary adjustments required to close out the subsidiary and general ledger accounts

    • Provide advice and technical assistance on continuing resolution allocations, apportionments, allowances, and requests for additional funds

    • Provide staff assistance to the Chief of Budget Execution in the accomplishment of recurring and special assignments

    • Review current processes by gathering specific relevant background information (such as financial results, policies and procedures) from the appropriate information sources

    • Document current operating practices based on results gathered through interviews, investigation, and testing

    • Identify appropriate solutions and formulate sound, reasonable recommendations for management’s corrective action, using appropriate criteria and cost-benefit considerations

    • Prepare and execute Funding Authorization Documents (FADs), Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPRs), AF Form 9s, Fund Cite Authorizations, and other documentation

    • Maintain Program Office contract execution files, including contracts, cost reports, vouchers, change orders, and correspondence with vendors

    • Support the classified funding portfolio and provide accounting and finance support for these programs

    • Prepare fiscal year end close-out reports on a daily, monthly, and annual basis. Provide finance and accounting support for receipt, distribution, and reporting of foreign partner funding in support of SOF Peculiar Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and International Armaments Cooperation (IAC) projects for building partner capacity

    • Oversee support efforts gathering and posting in ARC tool documents associated with all provide by client (PBC) and Sample request associated with audit/IG/RFI requests

    • Oversee support efforts for resolving notifications of findings and recommendations (NFRs) resulting from audit/IG findings

Qualifications

  • Bachelors and six (6) years or more of related experience; Masters and four (4) years or more experience; PhD and 0 years related experience 

  • Must possess a DoD Secret clearance
  • Minimum of 10 years experience in DoD Financial Execution

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field

  • Experience in day-to-day management and administration of project tasks

  • Experience with automated tools and execution
  • Knowledge of program planning, scheduling, budget planning/formulation, and cost analysis

  • Working experience in ABSS, DEAMS, MOCAS, and PBAS required

  • Working experience in the ARC tool and EFD desired

  • Managerial knowledge/experience



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