Posted by: ACT1 Federal on Sep 19, 2023
Ready to take ACTION in your career? Ready to launch your future forward with an organization certified as a Great Place to Work™? ACT1 is seeking a Senior Financial Analyst in Arlington, Virginia! #ACT1inACTION #Hiring
ACT1 in ACTION is all about taking bold, innovative actions to deliver for our customers and our workforce. Every day, members of the ACT1 team drive creative solutions on the most challenging problems facing customers across the Aviation, Space / Intelligence, Acquisition Management and Security Cooperation portfolios.
At ACT 1, our people make the difference. As a Financial Analyst, supporting F-35 Joint Program Office, you will be trusted to review and analyze data to provide accurate forecasts of overall program performance to F-35 leadership.
In this role, a typical day will include: Providing financial and/or accounting support to a Program Management Office (PMO) within the F-35 JSF program. Leading the execution of complex tasks and performing more complex analytical and evaluative work requiring a comprehensive knowledge of: (1) theory and principles; (2) financial and management organization, operations, and practices; (3) pertinent statutory or regulatory provisions; and (4) related basic economic, accounting, and legal principles. Assists program/project personnel with financial tracking, budget formulation, execution and overall financial support. Provides support with a variety of management activities, corporate initiatives, special projects, and data calls which could have significant impact on the organization and its business operations. Tracking and managing financial and other business transactions that cite USAF and DoN funding. Providing transaction and reconciliation support in managing and executing funding, which includes building structures, cost planning, creating several types of purchase requisitions, viewing sales orders, and using various reports to track commitments, obligations and expenditures and perform reconciliation of funds. Utilizing F-35 financial systems and other tools to perform budget and financial analysis, such as: Obligations, Expenditure forecasting, Monitoring, and Reporting. Maintaining timely, accurate, and transparent funds management, funds status reporting, and funds control. Tracking future and present appropriations. Providing comparison of commitments, obligations, and expenditures to approve spend plan.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED: MS or MA degree in a Business, Management, or "Relevant Technical Discipline" Ten (10) years of Financial Management experience. Financial Management experience should include financial analysis of business programs, development of cost estimates, program status reports, and demonstrated knowledge of DoD Federal Management Regulations (FMR), Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), PPBE and five (5) years of DoD procurement policies and procedures experience. Understanding of budgeting, forecasting and reconciliation of payments, and other financial tools to perform budget and financial analysis including but not limited to obligation, expenditure, monitoring, and reporting Experience using DoD financial management systems, such as CRIS, CCaRS, or Navy ERP Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products; primarily Excel, PowerPoint, and Project. Demonstrated knowledge of DoD FMR, FAR, PPBE, and DoD procurement experience INTERIM SECRET Clearance is required