The Program Financial Analyst provides the client with administrative, business and financial support for basic research, applied research, and advanced technology development programs associated with surface and sub-surface naval platforms and undersea weaponry.
- Assist program officers and other government personnel with utilizing the following systems and software to manage project activities and resources to mitigate risk throughout the project lifecycle, track project execution for planned and actual progress related to schedule, cost and technical performance and monitor project action items and progress
- Research and provide information related to any regulations and policies related to making travel arrangements including the Federal Joint Travel Regulations, foreign clearance guide, national and international visit requests, short and standard lead country clearances, Aircraft and Personnel Auto9mated Clearance System, Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS), standard and short leave VISAs, as well as, fee and no-fee standard and short lead passports.
- Assist program officers with DTS, enter travel requests into DTS and work with Scheduled Air Transportation Office (SATO) travel system
- Assist with foreign travel requirements verification, invitational travel orders and vouchers, passport requests, VISA requests, visit requests, official diplomatic and country clearances, letters of expediting, country and diplomatic clearances, and other associated travel documentation and tasks
- Assist in performing financial analysis for a variety of funds and funding sources to protect against federal anti-deficiency violations, internal procedural and accounting errors, and any other applicable problems associated with usage of funds
- Prepare and research funding documents within NERP and PPS; track commitments, obligations and expenditures of funding; and assist in resolving issues related to NERP Work Behavior Structure (WBS) funding that are not meeting financial benchmarks related to commitments, obligations and/or expenditures across multiple contractors/performers
- Conus and Oconus Travel will be required occasionally in support of ONR activities such as conferences, international collaborations, operational exercises, operational demonstrations, and integration and planning meetings
- Provide scheduling support and maintain calendars for Program Officers and other supported government personnel
- Book conference rooms and work with the ONR Corporate Strategic Communications (CSC) as necessary for coordinating off-site events
- Provide administrative support for NMCI seats/correspondence and routing sheets/training/management internal controls
- Track the expenditures and the performance of ONR-funded or managed efforts
- Assist in developing presentation or reports for speaker presentations and Department of Navy higher echelon briefings
- Draft funding documents and Purchase Requests (PRs)
- Conduct qualitative and quantitative analyses of financial data, operations, and requirements to assist in the development of program improvements within the Department
- Attend meetings, compile information for lessons learned, assist program officer(s) with workshops by registering attendees, distributing workshop information and providing administrative support
- Prepare conference agendas and conference minutes
Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and three (3) years experience providing administrative, business and financial support OR a high school diploma with at least ten (10) years experience providing administrative, business and financial support
- Experience working with the systems the following systems: Navy Marine Corps Internet (NMCI), Computerized Optimized Batch Reconciliation Application (COBRA), Program Budget Information System (PBIS), Defense Travel System (DTS)/ Joint Travel Regulations (JTR), Wide Area Workflow (WAWF), Contract Administration System (CAMIS), Standard Accounting and Reporting System (STARS), Program Budget Information System (PBIS), Earned Value Management (EVM) tools, Microsoft Access, Microsoft SharePoint and iConnect on a day-to-day basis to meet travel and budget requirements
- Experience with government planning, forecasting, program budgeting, funding, execution monitoring and reporting against commitment, obligation, and expenditure benchmarks
- Experience developing and executing complex programmatic tasks
- Demonstrated ability to interface with Government and S&T contractor/grantee personnel in order to meet program manager needs
- DAU certifications preferred
The cornerstone of ARL's client satisfaction, company growth, and competitive edge is our commitment to give our clients the best people at the right price. Our best-value approach establishes a firm, effective presence quickly, minimizing start-up time and long-term contract costs and maximizing the client's return on investment. Our employees maintain the highest standards of professional integrity as they deliver our services and products, and they serve with a passion for exceeding expectations.
Acquisition, Research & Logistics, IncAcquisition, Research & Logistics, Inc. (ARL) provides consulting support to federal agencies in engineering, acquisition, financial and program management, logistics and technology development. Established in 2002, ARL unites the analytical expertise of seasoned professionals with the federal government's unique programs. The cornerstone of ARL's client satisfaction, company growth, and competitive edge is our commitment to give our clients the best people at the right price. Our best-value approach establishes a firm, effective presence quickly, minimizing start-up time and long-term contract costs and maximizing the client's return on investment. Our employees maintain the highest standards of professional integrity as they deliver our services and products, and they serve with a passion for exceeding expectations.