Financial Manager-Journeyman (EPASS 42)
COLSA Corporation is currently seeking to fill a Financial Manager-Journeyman position in Dayton, OH.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities (*Essential functions)
Provide FM / comptroller support in the areas of financial analysis, cost estimating, and program integration.
Have an understanding of appropriation law (time, purpose, and amount), PPBE, and EVM.
Apply expertise in FM guidance/regulations
Apply expertise in monitoring the flow of USAF funds, such as congressional actions, Program Authorization, and Budget Authority by utilizing the USAF Congressional Domain and AFM System.
Apply expertise with analyzing ABIDES outputs received from the Air Force and be able to prepare and maintain living history with comparison data sheets between prior updates and the current position.
Demonstrate proficiency with IDECS in preparing and updating USAF budget documentation Procurement / RDT&E documents.
Demonstrate proficiency with the following AF systems: PMRT, Executive CCaR, and Web CCaR.
Perform a comparison of all three systems (PMRT, Executive CCaR, and Web CCaR) to ensure data is accurate on a recurring basis.
Demonstrate proficiency in the execution of program office funds and can explain the various "colors of money" as related to USAF acquisitions
Provide recommendations, identify sources of program shortfalls, prepare Below Threshold Reprogramming/Above Threshold Reprogramming packages, prepare realignment requests, and provide policy guidance on all AF appropriations. The Contractor shall perform daily verification of forecast accuracy in Web CCaRS.
Demonstrate proficiency in preparing and briefing a monthly FER.
Work with PMs, to suggest new requirements and to identify funding sources and the correct appropriation according to policy.
Work directly with financial managers in updating the forecasts in Web CCaR.
Generate the required financial charts from Web CCaR.
Demonstrate proficiency in the following financial systems and tools: GAFS, CRIS, and ABSS.
Provide FM mentoring to new employees/trainees on the budget process, execution, financial systems, funding documents, and cost estimating.
Perform specialized technical financial analysis in conjunction with Modernization and Sustainment budget formulation and execution.
Track end-of-year expiring budget authority and services violation credits.
Track and report on potential current-for-commitments through a database management system and assist with expediting obligation postings to GAFS at the end of each Government fiscal year.
Reconcile funding variances and validate contract funding withhold releases.
Calculate program funds expenditures to date for DAES / Selected Acquisition Reporting and track defective pricing/contract administration cancelled bills and monitor upward obligation adjustments in the OARS.
At COLSA, people are our most valuable resource and centered at our core value. We invite you to unite your talents with opportunity and be a part of our "Family of Professionals!" Learn about our employee-centric culture and benefits here.
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Engineering or Technical discipline, or related field or equivalent experience
Minimum of 3-10 related years' related experience
Working knowledge of desktop applications including word processing, spreadsheet, and database software packages
Ability to prioritize work and multi-task
Active SECRET DoD Clearance
DAU sponsored DAWIA / APDP Certification in a Financial Management specialty
Experience in USAF acquisition program control, FM, budget building, planning, distribution/execution processes, USAF/DoD program management, program control, and financial systems.
Applicant selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. COLSA Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.
Dayton, Ohio, United States