Financial Management Analyst (PPBE)

Washington, DC
Oct 19, 2019
Oct 22, 2019
Analyst, Management
Full Time
LMI is seeking a full-time Financial Management Analyst to support our Client to provide financial management support to include cost estimation and analysis, IT program resource allocation, Multi-Year Programming, IT budget formulation, and IT budget execution tracking and analysis. Work will be performed primarily in Washington, DC at the Client site. Responsibilities Coordinate mid to long term resource allocation projections, techniques, and analysis for improving program and budget integration, validating and prioritizing competing resource requirements, and assessing the feasibility of executing large scale programsForecast financials for IT Programs over the 5 year Programming time horizon; monitor and track obligations and expenditures of funds; detects, reconciles, and remedies fiscal discrepancies; and provides relevant reporting to decision makers.Perform investment analysis practices including life cycle cost estimating, cost benefit analysis, cost effectiveness analysis, and business case analysis using an understanding of the Office of Management and Budget and Department of Defense cost estimating circulars.Serve as a strategic advisor to our Client in the development and issuance of the Program Review Panel (PRP) and Program Objective Memorandum (POM) resourcing processesApply knowledge of cost estimating tools and their methodologies.Perform economic analyses for evaluating the total and marginal costs of alternative ways to accomplish strategic business functions.Assist in performing comparative cost studies to determine whether specified operations should be privatized or outsourced rather than remain in-house.Build briefings illustrating financial data trend analysis on various programs across the enterprise and present findings to leadership.Perform tasks for the IT Programming and Budget Formulation (ITPBF) service in the IT Multi-Year Programming (MYP) process which translates strategic plans to the programs and capabilities needed to meet Client requirements. Qualifications Bachelor's degree in a management, business, economics, engineering, quantitative/qualitative analysis, IT or related field.Minimum 3 years of experience in a business-related field demonstrating self-confidence, management of workload, communication with diverse individuals, application of good judgment, and working knowledge of business systems.Minimum 2 years of experience in financial management/administration with a focus on forecasting for enterprise environments.Knowledge of federal fiscal administration and the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution system is highly desirable.Experience participating in Program Objective Memorandum (POM) processes and Program Review Panel (PRP) functions is highly desirable.Financial database reporting and management experience strongly preferred.Demonstrated experience in cost analysis is required.Experience in government consulting a plus.Proficiency in various data analysis tools, spreadsheets, and database programs required.Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to write, and proofread a variety of general business documents and collateral materials.Strong time management and organizational skills are essential.Strong planning skills and ability to coordinate and prioritize projects and assignments with some supervision. Must be self-directed and detail oriented in completing assigned tasks and projects within deadlines.Ability to adapt to changing business efforts and manage impact of shifting priorities. PandoLogic. Keywords: Budget Analyst, Location: Washington, DC - 20251