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Mid-Level Financial Management

Alexandria, Virginia
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Clearance Required: Top Secret with SCI eligibility
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field is required.
Experience Required: Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience in financial
management or accounting. Military or OSD experience is desired.

Position Description:

The Mid-Level Financial Management will:
  • Provide financial budgetary and contract support to perform statistical analysis to formulate analytical reports for senior leadership.
  • Apply concepts of budget, program principles, policies, procedures, concepts, standards, terminology, and knowledge of the financial management and business operation systems of the organization.
  • Review, allocate, or manage acquisition resources while providing expert advice on contract administration.
  • Support the program in all the services found in a programming or comptroller shop to include planning, programming, budgeting, executing (PPBE).
  • Provide funding, forecasting, programming, budget information, execution status and funds reconciliation, following the PPBE process, using the requested Financial Management tools and systems.
  • Monitor and report the status of approved, deferred, and released funds.
  • Document, monitor, collect, collate, annotate and promulgate obligation/expenditure rates of committed funds.
  • Maintain cognizance of various program funds and provide financial information and obligation/expenditure performance graphs for senior leadership review.
  • Contribute to the development of program and budget submissions (i.e. Issue Papers, and Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Documents (R-DOCs) and Research and Development Descriptive Summaries (R-2s) and Program Office Memorandum (POMs) inputs.
  • Knowledge of Governmental financial activity systems, such as, but not limited to: Core Financials (CF), Enterprise Business Accountability System (EBAS), Execution Management System (EMS), G-INVOICE, Defense Agencies Initiative financial management tools, the Cognos Reporting tool and the Comptroller Exhibits for R-2s website.
  • Prepare Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPRS), Sub- Allocations and Inter-Agency Agreement funding documents, maintain cordial and respectful email and telephone relations with multiple Government and non-governmental points of contact throughout the DoD, Government and Industry.
  • Provide technical assistance within the task order scope, interpreting specifications, statement of work, and performance work statements.
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