Responsibilities: Provide Financial Analyst and Ops support to the PMA-242 PGM IPT supporting the creation of PIDs in PMT, PRs, and funding documents, supporting all financial tasks, data calls, budget submissions, and POM Issue Sheet updates, assisting with creation of and review of Spend Plans, WAAs, Determination and Findings (D&F), and financial documentation, creating new FY Receiving Billing Elements (RBE), accepting USAF MIPR packages, process fee memos for NAWC contracts, and verifying and approving funding for ECPs in e.Power. Update NERP cost planning and create and maintain project and budget structure data in NERP. Track fund balances, create spreadsheets, assist with preparation for briefings and meetings, promulgate information and other duties as assigned. Maintain financial spreadsheets and tracking logs, and assist in compiling financial data in response to requests for information and data calls. Reconcile all active fiscal year funds, and be familiar with Other Customer Fund documents and acceptance. Monitor obligation and expenditure status. Work with Comptroller and Field Activity analysts to resolve problem postings, Unmatched Disbursements, and cost over-runs. Ops support to include: creating/editing MS word and Excel documents, updating Power Point presentations, creating/submitting/editing SharePoint travel requests, and generating/updating meeting minutes.
Education: BS or BA degree from an accredited university in a Business, Management or Relevant Technical Discipline.
Allowable Substitution: An AS or AA degree from an accredited university and an additional four (4) years of experience; OR an additional eight (8) years of experience may be substituted for a BS or BA degree.
Experience: At least four (4) years financial management experience, two (2) of which must be within DoN. Financial management experience should include financial analysis of business programs, development of cost estimates, program status reports, and knowledge of DoD Federal Management Regulations (FMR), Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR,), PPBE process and two years of DoN procurement policies and procedures.
Other: Must have an Active Secret Security Clearance.

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