RECRUITMENT ACTION REQUIREMENT
DHA FOD CONTRACT HT001118R0006
POSITION DESCRIPTION (PORTFOLIO)
1. POSITION TITLE: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ANALYST (BUDGET/POM EXHIBIT ANALYST)
2. POSITION LEVEL: JUNIOR ANALYST
3. POSITION GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA
4. POSITION DESCRIPTION SUMMARY: The GFEBS Financial Analyst at the Junior level provides functional technical advice and assistance to the Defense Health Agency Financial Operations Division financial and budget analysts and financial support personnel to fulfill requirements for compiling and preparing all necessary budget and Program Objective Memorandum (POM) financial exhibits needed for justification, presentation and authorization of fiscal programs within and outside of the Agency across all phases of the DoD Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution System (PPBES), to include Congressional Committees. Assignments are provided in terms of objectives, plans, priorities, deadlines and potential problem areas. Work is performed independently when accepted budgetary and financial practices are employed. The employee resolves common work problems in accordance with established instructions, rules and procedures. Work is reviewed upon completion for technical accuracy and adequacy, and for conformance with policy, regulations, and requirements. Federal, agency, and bureau budgetary guidance is available in the form of laws, regulations, policies, processes, methods, and precedence. Judgment is required to interpret, adapt, and apply guidelines, resolve gaps in specificity, and deal with conflicting guidance. Application of guidelines requires the use of analytical methods and techniques to assess the results of various budgetary actions. The work involves performing various duties in the budget process that require the application of different and unrelated budgetary methods, practices, and techniques. Programs and projects are relatively stable from year-to-year and involve funding from readily identifiable sources such as allotments and reimbursements. The employee researches, compiles, analyzes and summarizes budgetary information dealing with historical, current and projected factual expenditures and the timing of various budgetary actions. Work requires consideration of program goals, applicable policies, regulations, and procedures and alternative methods. Recommendations and/or decisions made are based upon an assessment and analysis of factual considerations such as available funds, deadlines, and regulations. Work involves the application of a wide range of standardized, widely-accepted regulations, practices, and procedures to support the budgetary activities of an assigned organization or program. The work affects the accuracy of budget forecasts and compliance with regulations and laws such as the Anti-Deficiency Act.
4a. The analyst is responsible for the full range of routine budget formulation and justification activities for the assigned organization (s), program or project(s). Specific duties include the following: Serves as focal point for information regarding procedures and formats for budget submissions. Independently or in conjunction with appropriate management or project personnel, develops projected labor, equipment and overhead projections for required budget and POM exhibits.
4b. Researches, compiles, consolidates, summarizes, and formats budgetary data from source documents, historical data, projected trends, and salary schedules.
4c. Drafts, formats, and/or reviews narrative and statistical justifications in support of budget proposals. Reviews budget submissions for compliance with rules, regulations and procedures. Develops consolidated organizational or program budget proposals.
4d. Reviews obligations, expenditures, and reimbursables for inclusion in budget and program exhibits as required. Identifies actions that are inconsistent with approved budgets plans and/or conditions that are under or over obligation of funds. Prepares a variety of recurring management reports covering the budget and program exhibits, to include trend analyses and summarization of changes in financial position within exhibits from one reporting period to the next.
4e. Provides routine budgetary exhibit preparation and financial planning advice and guidance to managers, supervisors and project personnel regarding process, procedures, regulations, policies, and requirements. Prepares and explains the significance of special and recurring reports regarding the status of funds, trend analyses, obligation/expenditure reports, and variances.
4f. Researches, compiles, and analyses current and historical factual information to evaluate and report on trends in costs for specific work objectives, relationships between organizational objectives and available funding, and the impact of regulatory or programmatic changes. Uses a variety of budgetary/financial management software and databases to maintain data and produce various reports, plans, schedules, etc.
5. SKILL AND COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS (KNOWLEDGE, SKILL, ABILITIES AND EXPERIENCE):
5a. Knowledge of commonly used DoD, Defense Health Program and Federal budgetary, financial and practical accounting methods, practices, procedures, regulations, laws, policies and precedents in order to perform routine budget administration duties and provide advice on the full range of routine budget exhibit preparation and submission activities. Knowledge of the budget execution process in order to advise on and/or properly execute, record and report obligations, expenditures, transfer of funds, allotments, year-end close out, etc.
5b. Knowledge of the budget formulation process in order to develop forecasts of revenues and expenditures, assess source data, consolidate and format budget requests, and advise management. -
5c. Knowledge of the budget execution process as it relates to the DoD PPBS program and financial planning in order to advise on and/or properly develop program and budget exhibits that reflect accurate projections and detailed information from budget execution phases in terms of obligations, expenditures, transfer of funds, allotments, year-end close out, etc.
5d. Practical knowledge of the mission, function, goals, objectives, work processes, and sources of funding for the organization. - Knowledge of automated budget and financial systems and capabilities.
5e. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English.
6. WORK EXPERIENCE:
6a. 3 year minimum experience in DoD budget and program development, execution and management.
6b. 1 year minimum total direct experience with Defense Health Program operations.
7. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (MINIMUM):
7a. High School Diploma, GED or Equivalent AND either Associates Degree (2yr) or Technical Certificate in Financial Management, Financial Analysis, Managerial Finance, Accounting , Business or other related / allied discipline. One year of related work experience may be substituted for each year of required higher education at this level.
7b. Bachelor’s Degree in above disciplines is desired and salary will be commensurate with level of education.
8. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: U.S. CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED. MUST BE ABLE TO COMPLETE AND PASS A NATIONAL AGENCY CLEARANCE INVESTIGATION (NACI) BACKGROUND CHECK FOR SYSTEM ACCESS AND CREDENTIALS.
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