Bachelors degree in Finance, Accounting or Business related field (new hires). (Required)
Masters degree in Finance, Accounting or Business related field and may be substituted for one (1) year of experience. (Preferred)
0 - 2 Years experience in a financial equivalent position, such as Budget Analyst, Financial Analyst or Accountant. (Required)
Provides basic coordination, analysis, and historical financial/staffing statistics for the annual budget process. Coordinates with managers to develop detailed and quantifiable budgets and yearly business plans. Prepares low-complexity detail budgets and justifications in the budget system; creates associated graphics, spreadsheets, and presentations to gain budget approval. Provides data and related statistics to support site management; answers basic financial questions. Provides financial and staffing statistics for the Business Plan process. Prepares basic sensitivity analyses, year-to-year comparisons, graphics, spreadsheets, and presentation packages for management reviews. Reconciles monthly actual cost vs. budget and forecast. Prepares variances analysis, journal entries and cost accruals. Works to ensure accuracy of incurred cost and account information. Maintains cost coding structure, definitions and database integrity. Reviews current cost statistics and provides highly accurate detailed cost projections using the financial system commitment ledger. Prepares cost reports and financial/staffing analysis to support management. Identifies budget scope changes.
Coordinates budgeting and cost management from development through implementation for projects; provides accurate cost data. Develops, maintains,
and monitors department cost performance indicators and Alliance performance indicators. Ensures available funding and proper account coding is used in the procurement process. Is the financial point of contact for vendors and contractors; coordinates solutions to invoicing and payment issues. Supports audits of financial contract compliance. Coordinates site invoice reviews and approvals with Accounts Payable, Contract Technical Coordinators (CTC's), and managers to ensure vendor payments are made within the negotiated terms and conditions.