5 days left
- Full Time
Essential Functions: Assist in the day-to-day resolution of ULOs, open invoices, UMTs, IDOCs, sales order errors, open commitments, and open collections. Monitor and provide updated status on actions regularly for reporting to ASA(ALT) ARD. Be able to assist team in historical fact finding for audit sampling. Assist PMs when necessary with any audit related needs. Maintain responsibility for supporting a wide range of administrative tasks including (but not limited to) gathering responses from information requests, quality control/ configuration control of documents, formatting, and ensure all aspects follow agency guidelines. Required Skills: Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required. Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 8 years accounting experience and a minimum of 5 years experience with government budgetary systems. Must possess a Secret clearance. Must be knowledgeable with Department of Defense audit policies and procedures to include: Joint Reconciliation Program (JRP); Dormant Account Review- Quarterly (DAR-3 Q) Tool; Risk Management and Internal Controls (RMIC); and DoD Audit Readiness initiatives. Must have a basic understanding of DoD Audit Policies and Procedures.