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ProSidian seeks an Budget Analyst/Accounting Clerk III (SCLS Equiv: 01013) to be located in St. Louis, MO and work as part of a team that deliver the variety of administrative and professional support classifications at various locations in the Heartland Region. The Heartland Region consists of four states; Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas. The services to be provided by this contract shall be accomplished at various locations throughout the Heartland Region. Performance under this contract may also include placement of ProSidians in GSA's Field Office locations, inclusive of, but not limited to St. Louis East Field Office 1222 Spruce St. Louis, Missouri, 63103.
In order to have an effective program all team members must ensure a successful business relationship between The Fed. Govt. Client and ProSidian. All parties involved in the service delivery process must work as a team and foster open and honest communication at all times. Working side-by-side with other federal employees and contract workers, your role will be non-inherently governmental in nature.
The selected Budget Analyst/Accounting Clerk III (SCLS Equiv: 01013) shall be paid a Base $/Hr. as a Contract W-2 Employee as well as an allocation of an additional state specific $/Hr. to cover health and welfare expenses under The U.S. Department of Labor McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act (SCA) Wage and Hour Determination (WHD). This role will be structured based on the Wage Determination 2015-5075 Revision 8 St. Louis, MO.
In general, ProSidian employees are expected to work the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., which includes a 30-minute lunch. These hours may be flexible with coordination of the Government Client Point of Contact. Government Client's core hours are 9:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m., meaning during these hours employees fulfilling roles and responsibilities required of Budget Analyst/Accounting Clerk III (SCLS Equiv: 01013) must be in attendance.
Close coordination and active cooperation on a continuous basis between The ProSidian Engagement Team and those representing the client are necessary to ensure healthy working environment. Days of operation are Monday through Friday. Work schedule shall follow standard State and Federal holiday schedules. Some positions under this contract may be eligible for telework. However, when the Budget Analyst/Accounting Clerk III (SCLS Equiv: 01013) employee is teleworking, they shall be fully accessible as if they are working in an office setting.
Budget Analyst/Accounting Clerk III (SCLS Equiv: 01013) - St. Louis, MO Duties
The employee should have knowledge of budgetary processes and automated systems necessary to monitor and manage the office budget. They will use their knowledge and skills in applying the principles, practices and methods of budget execution to monitor whether obligations, expenditures, and requested allotments are within funding limitations in the approved budget.
Employee should have knowledge of budgetary and financial relationships with workloads of organizational components to determine whether funds are being obligated and expended in accordance with goals and objectives of the Field Office's (FO's) annual work plan with supervisor or manager's advice and guidance.
Should have a practical knowledge of the organizational structure, programs and work methods of components budgeted for, to determine whether funding needs are in line with program plans and should be familiar with MS Office.
- Performs budget administration functions in the monitoring, and review of the Field Office (FO) budget for buildings, including personnel, repair and alteration (R&A) projects, utilities, reimbursable work authorizations, and services.
- Reviews and provides information and/or data to the Field Office Director (FOD) and individual building managers in support of the annual budget.
- Reviews and provides information and/or data to the FOD on the annual FO budget. Researches, compiles and summarizes data concerning personnel salaries and expenses and similar object class and line item information needed for execution of the budget.
- Monitors and tracks obligations and expenditures in the financial management systems for support functions throughout the execution phase of the annual operating budget and ensures reconciliation between all reporting systems. Works with the FOD and building managers to ensure timely obligation and commitment of funds. Upon direction from a supervisor or manager, reports variations in excess of accepted funding limitations to activity managers.
- Recommends cost-transfer of funds between object class and function codes under the same appropriations. Prepares data summary for inclusion in routine and special reports on budget execution.
- Tabulates cost data on individual projects/building (i.e., Logistic Management Institute (LMI) and industrial data) to illustrate the effect of changes in levels of funds. Compiles information in the correct format and prepares clarifying information (i.e., graphs, charts and other visual aids).
- Develops budget reports for Budget Activities (BA-80, BA-60, BA-61) for use and tracking purposes of the PBS Field Offices and their staff.
- At times may be required to have customer interaction when working through budget duties. Serves as PBS budget analyst liaison between OCFO budget analysts and ProSidian issues.
- Experience: Employee should have at least three years of work experience performing work comparable to that identified above.
- SCLS equivalent: 01013 - Accounting Clerk III