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Financial Analyst 3

Financial Analyst 3

ID 
2018-1355
# of Openings 
0
Job Locations 
US-Washington, DC
Posted Date 
7/25/2018
Category 
National Security Branch

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Overview

The Rehancement Group, Inc., is a professional services and consulting firm committed to our Government customers. We provide highly qualified professionals to support the mission of our clients.  We are currently seeking a Financial Analyst 3 to join our TRG team in Washington, D.C. supporting the DOJ. This position requires a fully adjudicated and current TOP SECRET clearance and be able to pass a CI POLYGRAPH examination and obtain Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI).

Responsibilities

  • Support all phases of the federal budget planning, formulation, and execution cycles
  • Monitor execution levels (NIP and non-NIP), provide data validation, support funding adjustments when necessary, and provide recommendations for corrective actions
  • Support responses to external agency requests for information (RFIs)
  • Analyze financial management issues and provide recommendations by applying an understanding of operational requirements in relation to organizational objectives
  • Independently develop routine and ad hoc financial reports, charts, and templates using MS Excel worksheets and pivot table functionalities, SharePoint, MS Access data from government enterprise data systems for audiences with varying levels of financial expertise
  • Use keen attention to detail and strong writing skills to produce financial reports, budget summaries, and /or summary documents within short deadlines for executive-level audiences
  • Complete requisition packages for the purpose of issuing contracts or exercising options on existing task orders
  • Resolve invoice payment issues to ensure proper expenditure of funds in accounting systems
  • Review financial coding structure to interpret and articulate relationships between codes to properly reflect the organization structure
  • Attend meetings and draft notes of meeting topics, issues, outcomes, and follow-up actions
  • Brief various government audiences using good communication and interpersonal skills

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or a related field, MBA or Master’s degree in finance, economics or a related field preferred
  • Minimum 10 years senior, expert experience in federal government leading and/or coordinating multiple, complex projects with competing deadlines
  • 10 years of experience at a headquarters and/or executive-level
  • Expertise and demonstrated application of government accounting principles and fiscal law funds proprietary practices
  • Subject matter expert (SME) in analyzing and researching financial data, written/verbal information, and programmatic outcomes to assess risks, formulate recommendations, and present written financial analysis and data
  • Outstanding skill in writing and producing resource-focused reports, summary papers, persuasive position papers, and/or briefs for executive-level and external agency audiences
  • Expertise developing and writing organizational performance measures related to resource allocations and supporting the routine collection and reporting of financial metrics
  • High proficiency in creating and/or using MS Excel spreadsheets and pivot tables, PowerPoint presentations, Word documents, SharePoint lists, and workflow tools
  • Outstanding attention to detail, writing ability, and communication and interpersonal skills
  • High performing self-starter who proactively takes initiative to complete tasks and mitigate issues
  • Expert knowledge of federal financial management systems, management and accounting platforms, and/or resource-related databases
  • Expertise with government invoicing procedures and funds accountability preferred 
  • Writing sample required 

TRG is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to age, color, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.