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Celebrating our 30th year as a successful Small Business, Development InfoStructure LLC., (DEVIS) provides exceptional DevSecOps integration in our agile software development and embedded software solutions, combined with comprehensive IT management and consulting services to our federal, state, and local governments. The outcomes of our research and development, products and universe of services will support the international development community, multiple civilian agencies and the nation's defense and intelligence communities. Our focused research, services and products include complex DevSecOps solutions to support refugee processing across multiple federal agencies, research and development for Signal Intelligence (SIGINT), Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I), Data Analytics, and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) development and sensor capabilities supporting both the aerospace/defense and intelligence communities, as well as complex HHS comprehensive care coding requirements, and integrated management systems for our countries civilian agencies (FAA, FDIC, HOR, etc.).
Our primary mission is to best serve the needs of our clients by solutioning with our stakeholder teams to ensure that the goals and objectives of our customers are proactively solutioned, such that opportunities to invest our time in developing long-term solutions and assets are abundant and move our clients forward efficiently.
At DEVIS, we are enthusiastic about our research, our work and embracing an environment where all are supported in the mission, while maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
DEVIS is currently seeking an Accounting Manager to support our corporate work in Rosslyn, VA. The successful candidate will be part of a highly professional, results-oriented company and will provide comprehensive financial business management support.
Diverse accounting and finance duties in a Unanet accounting systems environment. These duties can include billing and accounts receivable, labor distribution and payroll (currently ADP), time and expense, fixed assets, accounts payable/receivable, general ledger accounting and month-end close, state and local tax filings, and financial reporting. We support hybrid teleworking.
Skills and Abilities
Extensive knowledge of the practices and principles of government contracts accounting, budgeting, cash management, contract management, generally accepted accounting principles, relevant state and federal statutes, Unanet, ADP Workflow, MS Excel, and MS Word.
- Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, or Business Administration
- Minimum of 7 - 10 years experience in Accounting in Federal or DoD Contracting
- Highly skilled with Unanet, ADP Workforce Now, and Microsoft Office Suite
- Knowledge of a service-based business operation with Federal government contracting as well as business principles such as job costs, cost collection, analysis techniques, and project control
- Experience with CPFF, T&M, and FFP billing
- Experience with closing the monthly books, providing basic reporting in the form of financial statements and PSRs, completing and overseeing account reconciliations
- Experience in supporting the annual audit process
DEVIS offers a strong compensation package and a competitive leave package. A generous benefit plan includes medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, tuition/training assistance, and employer matching 401(k) plan.
To learn more about DEVIS and to apply for this position, please visit our website at www.devis.com.
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