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Budget Analyst, Senior

Job Title
Budget Analyst, Senior
Job ID
WPAFB,  OH 45431
Other Location
  • Supports cost research, cost estimating, earned value management implementation and analysis, schedule networking, program control integration and analysis, and financial analysis on a wide variety of programs.
  • Applies working knowledge in the following financial management guidance/regulations, and utilizes experience and technical capability to independently plan, organize, complete, and present cost estimates for all phases of F/B Directorate’s acquisition programs/projects from inception through disposal, either independently or in concert with Government personnel.
  • Provides cost estimate expertise (technical advice and guidance) while performing cost estimate planning and analysis for a complex program having extensive program and financial relationships with other programs and complex funding requirements.
  • Produces or supports development of draft documentation and presentation materials as requested or necessitated by programmatic limits based on cost, schedule and performance.
  • Conducts research and provides inputs to program financial management. Creates financial analysis with narrative justification for quick turnaround budget exercises.
  • Performs funds management with research and development, procurement, stock funds, Defense Working Capital Fund (DWCF), operations and support funding, unliquidated obligations, baselining, audit, and close-out.
  • Assists other financial management personnel with funds reconciliation, contract closeout support, and verification of data input accuracy into the various financial/payment systems (i.e. financial and contract data from various Government database systems).
  • Preforms analysis of commitments/obligations/expenditures on financial documents and contracts and rectifying these discrepancies.
  • Maintains and updates the Unliquidated Obligation and Negative Unliquidated Obligation (ULO/NULO) burn down plan, data collection and resolution of issues/tasks for the Tri-Annual Certification.
  • Performs tri-annual reviews with FMSuite.
  • Applies expertise in canceling and expiring year funds process.
  • Prepares a monthly burn down report as part of the financial execution reviews.
  • Completes a monthly review of all MIPRs and MORDs.
  • Participates in year-end closeout team activities and preparation of the Program Management Administration (PMA) budget, and quarterly reports as required for all fiscal years.
  • Provides Operation and Support (O&S) and other cost estimates, BCA, Cost Benefit Analyses (CBA), and Economic Analyses (EA) in support of Reduction in Total Ownership Cost (R-TOC) initiatives, the Modernization and Planning Process (MPP), POM budgets, Improved Item Replacement Process (IIRP) initiatives, and support concepts for the program office.
  • Develops cost benefit analyses and economic analyses in support of the SPO R-TOC initiatives as a member of the Cost Reduction IPT.
  • Reviews, analyzes, and tracks costs by fund site and country to identify and allocate costs shared between the USAF and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) cases and prepares memos/cost sheets.
  • Supports development of strategies for cross platform capability requirements.
  • Assists with initiating, writing, reviewing, developing, and implementing documentation activities such as TEMPs, Systems Engineering Plan (SEP), RFPs, SOOs, Contracting items and Data Items, Test Plans, LCMP, Pre-Milestone A and Pre-Milestone B financial documentation.
  • Provides inputs to program documentation, including inputs for the identification and development of program requirements and/or cost, schedule, technical, and program risks.
  • Supports the program office in the management of program financial risk.
  • Contributes to development, analysis, and maintenance of a master integrated program schedule from concept exploration to fielding a system.
  • Reviews team planning; support program offices in performance analysis.

Azimuth Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status.

Required Skills

• A Senior labor category shall have a minimum of Bachelor's Degree and 20 years of experience OR a Master’s Degree and 10 years of experience or more.
• Must obtain and maintain a government security clearance at the required level.
• Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel) and other standard (Customer specified) applications.
• Must be able to transport self to various facility sites, as required. If using own motor vehicle, must possess a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance.
• The desired candidate should have experience in all of/ the majority of the following:
Comprehensive Cost and Requirements System (CCaRs), Mechanization of Contract Administration Services (MOCAS), Commanders Resource Integration System (CRIS), Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF), Automated Business Services System (ABSS), General Accounting and Finance System (GAFS), SMART, Defense Travel System (DTS), Shared Data Warehouse (SDW), Electronic Document Access (EDA), Automated Funds Management (AFM) System, Automated Budget Interactive Data Environment System (ABIDES), and FMSuite. Budget formulation and management for all phases of the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution process; budget and financial analysis; obligation and expenditure forecasting; funds management, funds status, and funds control techniques and/or systems; and accounting and finance systems and/or procedures. DoD Financial Management Regulation, (FMR) 7000.14R, Budget Guidance & Procedures (AFI 65-601 Vol. 1), Budget Management for Operations (AFI 65-601 Vol. 2), Cost Analysis Guidance and Procedures (AFI 65-508), Appropriations Symbols and Budget Codes (AFMAN 65-604) and GAO Fiscal Principles of Federal Appropriation Law, knowledge of Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR) and Miscellaneous Obligation Reimbursement Document (MORD) policy and procedures. Cost Performance Reports (CPR), Cost/Schedule Status Reports (CSSR), Contract Funds Status Report (CFSR) and Contractor Cost Data Reports (CCDR); train integrated baseline and surveillance review teams and IPTs (multifunctional) on Earned Value Management and analysis techniques. Working knowledge of schedule risk software and schedule risk assessment (SRA) using Monte Carlo simulation based software.


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