Senior Financial Management Support Jobs Vacancy in Usfalcon Tinker AFB
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Senior Financial Management Support Jobs Vacancy in Usfalcon Tinker AFB Jobs Details:
USfalcon recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the United States, is seeking a Financial Management Support (Senior) to work out of Tinker AFB, OK.
- Minimum 10 years of Financial Management experience.
- Minimum 10 years of Earned Value Management and Schedule analysis experience in DoD Acquisition.
- Minimum 2 years of experience as an ACAT level weapon systems Financial Manager.
- Demonstrated experience supporting an IBR.
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
- Must have ability to obtain Secret Clearance.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook).
- Familiarity with Base Level General Accounting and Finance System (BQ/GAFS), Comprehensive Cost and Requirement System (CCaR), Automated Business Services System (ABSS), Defense Travel system (DTS), Commander's Resource Integration System (CRIS), Electronic Document Access (EDA) in order to process and track travel and acquisition funding documents as required.
- Financial analysis with narrative justification may be required for quick turnaround budget exercises.
- Support various types of specialized cost, schedule, and related technical, and estimating capabilities of the programs within the Tanker Directorate. These efforts may address such areas as: data collection/normalization and analysis; development of estimating relationships; development of, or calibration of, models including expert system applications; development of specialized computer applications; development of automated data storage and retrieval systems, cost and schedule growth factor analysis of weapons programs; development of handbooks and training courses (including computer based training).
- Evaluate contractor proposed schedules and Integrated Master Schedule against government schedules; assess government program office schedules against schedule data bases; support probabilistic and deterministic risk assessments on both contractor and government schedules by performing a schedule risk assessment (SRA) using Monte Carlo simulation based software.
- Support Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBRs). Integrate contractor and government schedule data with Earned Value Analysis.
- Prepare and/or provide inputs to program documentation, including inputs for the identification and development of program requirements for cost, schedule, technical and program risks. These efforts shall include: program management plans; program baselines; work breakdown structures; program risk assessments; standard program reviews and/or reports including Selection Acquisition Reports (SARs), Defense Acquisition Executive Summaries (DAES) and Monthly Activity Reports (MAR); development of handbooks and training courses (including computer based training).
- Develop Earned Value Analysis, briefings and reports using Contract Performance Report (CPR) content and using earned value analysis tools, which shall include WInsight, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint.
- Review team planning; provide support for integrated baseline and surveillance review teams; support program offices in performance analysis Contract Performance Reports (CPRs), to include familiarity with Over Target Baseline (OTB) analysis. Contract Funds Status Report (CFSR) and Contractor Software Data Reports (CSDR); train integrated product teams (multifunctional) on Earned Value Management and analysis techniques and participate in IBRs and Multi-Functional Earned Value reviews.
- Prepare and/or provide inputs to program documentation, including inputs for the identification and development of program requirements or cost, schedule, technical and program risks. These efforts shall include: program management plans; program baselines; work breakdown structures; program risk assessments; and standard program reviews.
- Support research and provide inputs to program financial management, including: budget formulation and management for all phases of the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution process; budget and financial analysis; obligation and expenditure forecasting; funds management, funds statusing, and funds control techniques and/or systems; and accounting and finance systems and/or procedures. requirements and conduct training activities required to ensure DMOC-S personnel are able to effectively use the software applications.
- Funds management activities include but are not limited to, research/management of unliquidated obligations, obligation/expenditure forecasting, audit support, close-out activities, and contract reconciliation. The types of funds being managed include, but are not limited to, acquisition investment funds and operations and support funding.
- Additional duties as assigned.
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; SECRET, TS, or TS/SCI clearance is required.