Budget Analyst, Sr.

DCS Corp
Fort Belvoir, VA
Sep 17, 2022
Oct 22, 2022
Full Time
DCS is looking for a Senior Budget Analyst to serve as the senior financial analyst and staff financial advisor to the PM FPS Business Manager.

Essential Job Functions:

Assists in administering a complex annual budget; receiving, processing, and allocating funding as well as managing financial execution and preparing financial reports.

Reviews, updates, and maintains the financial data necessary to track current and prior year acquisition program funding portfolios and monthly O&O plans for all programs of record within the appropriate financial system.

Tracks actual performance in financial databases (i.e., CCARS, STANFINS, ODS, GFEBS, SOMARDS, DTS, ALTESS, AE2S) and other electronic end-of-the-month financial execution reports to plan and update information.

Compiles templates required to track program financial data/documentation (i.e., funding appropriated, obligated, and expended for each Program of Record, Quick Reaction Capability, and other applicable project efforts).

Conducts in-depth financial analyses of programmatic impacts resulting from proposed technical changes to systems, equipment, and components (e.g., acquisition strategies, contracting methodologies, programmatic schedule adjustments, etc.).

Develops POM and budget year documentation (i.e., IOB, prioritization lists, functional support agreements, Spend Plans and Unfunded Requirements (UFRs).

Attends financial working group sessions to maintain awareness of DoD fiscal policy and develop a greater understanding of current and emerging policy.

Updates and maintains program budget exhibit submissions semi-annually (or as directed).

Provides initial execution data, analysis, and updates in support of mid-year and program reviews.

Works in conjunction with other financial analysts to research appropriate DoD fiscal laws, policies, guidance, regulations, statutes, and best practices in order to identify risks and develop alternative approaches to address assigned issues and challenges.

Assists in the Development of contract requirements, modification packages, and awards.

Provides financial oversight of contract deliverables.

Required Skills:

Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S Citizenship is required.

Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, or a related discipline, and 10 years of applicable experience including seven (7) years of relevant active experience in an acquisition program office or similar organization.

Must possess a Secret clearance.

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