Financial Budget Analyst
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Task 1 Financial Management of Unliquidated Obligations:Monitor status of open obligations for both domestic and overseas operations using reporting tools from the financial management system and reports prepared by the budget office.Follow up with points of contact for status of open obligations and supporting documentation for liquidations/expenditures.Reconcile supporting documentation to liquidations/expenditures.Analyze status of obligations and recommend action for closeout or follow up to budget analysts and budget officer.Task 2 Invoice Processing:Monitor status of invoice mailbox and log invoices in invoice tracking system.Complete invoice approval form with correct financial data.Reconcile status of contract funding level to invoice tracking system and financial management system prior to recommending invoices for approval.Review support documentation of invoices for compliance with FTR and bureau policies.Coordinate with budget officer and budget analysts as needed.Task 3 Miscellaneous Budget Duties:Work closely with budget team during end of quarter/ end of fiscal year rush to complete tasks as neededREQUIREMENTS:Experience working with financial records, financial systems, Microsoft Excel.Excellent organizational and analytical skills.Strong oral and written communication skills, data gathering, analytical, and problem solving skills.A Bachelor's Degree in accounting, finance, business, management, or related field; OR equivalent experience and an Associates' Degree.Experience with Department of State organization and procedures.Must possess a minimum Secret Clearance and have the ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance.TRAVEL:Local (Washington, DC, metropolitan area) by contractor personnel is to be authorized by the Task Manager if required in the performance of this task. All travel shall be conducted in accordance with the Federal Travel Regulations.PERIOD OF PEFORMANCE:Normal work hours will be determined by the Budget Officer, but are expected to be Monday through Friday from 8:15am to 5:00pm with a 45 minute lunch break, which is not chargeable. SECURITY REQUIREMENT:Must possess a minimum Secret ClearanceSTANDARDS:The contractor shall ensure all work is completed in accordance with US Government and DOS standards, policy, procedures and guidelines as provided. All products and services under these tasks, and as a part of the agreement, are the sole property of the US Government.IDENTIFICATION OF NON-DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS:The selectee must execute and sign non-disclosure agreements when they work with sensitive and/or proprietary information. Forms to be executed and maintained by the Contracting Officers Representative (COR).1. Monthly Activity Reports:The contractor will provide monthly status reports to the COR by the 10th of the following month. The monthly report will include the hours and dollar amount that is spent for each employee, a summary of activity by the employee, and any issues to be addressed for the next reporting period.2.Management and Project Reports:The contractor will provide management and project reports to the COR within five business days, when requested. The management and project reports will include project status, updated project plans, evaluations, and any other information as requested by the COR. Program and Technical POCs will require periodic conference calls to discuss significant program and technical work being undertaken, and to provide input. 3.Documentation:The contractor will provide documentation to the COR within two business days, when requested. The documentation will consist of proofread, edited, and revised soft copies to be delivered on any of the available storage media as directed by the COR (the media may include, but not be limited to: DVD, CDs, etc.).