Associate Budget Analyst

US-MD
3 weeks ago
Job ID
2017-1121
# of Openings
1
Category
Accounting/Finance

Overview

PotomacWave has an exciting opportunity for a Budget Analyst with Army INSCOM at Fort Meade!

Responsibilities

The Associate Budget Analyst position at Fort Meade involves providing management and technical support in the areas of Resource Planning, Resource Programming, Resource Budgeting, Resource Execution (PPBE), Congressional Authorizations and Appropriations, and Resource Oversight support in the preparation, review, analysis, coordination and maintenance of documentation and associated databases used in DOD resource management systems. This includes Future-Years Defense Program (FYDP) planning, development of transformational resource support programs, and maintenance of the data management systems that provide resources, fiscal or manning and support for current year funds execution.

  • Civilian Resource Management
  • Budget Execution
  • Execution Data Maintenance
  • Current Year Budget Execution Reporting
  • Resource Allocation
  • Unfinanced Requirements (UFRs)
  • Organizational agreements
  • Data Package Support
  • Financial Analysis
  • Management Accounting / Accounting Support
  • Intel Contingency Funds
  • Defense Travel System (DTS)/ Government Travel Card (GTC) tasks as needed

Qualifications

  • Has a minimum of 5 years DoD financial management experience
  • Substitute 4 additional years of DoD financial management experience for a Bachelor’s degree
  • Complete Fiscal Law and PPBE courses within 120 days of arrival on contract
  • Has the communication skills to effectively interface with senior military officials, managers, and subordinates

 

Education / Certifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university

 

Clearance Requirements

  • Candidate must be a US citizen with a TS/SCI clearance

 

Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity  

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