Senior Budget Analyst

Tampa, FL
Full Time
CM-S
Experienced

St. Michael’s Inc has an opportunity for a Senior Budget Analyst in the Tampa, FL area in support of a large defense organization. The selected candidate shall assist the Directorate Government Resource Advisor in conducting Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution of all Directorate programs.   Candidates must possess an uncompromising work ethic and be able to align with St. Michael’s core values of Excellence in Reputation, Candor, Commitment, Teamwork, and Dependability.

Location: Tampa, FL

Active Clearance required:  Active TS clearance. 

Required: 

  • 5 years of experience and in-depth knowledge of DoD, USAF, and COCOM financial processes, including the DoD PPBE process, with emphasis on the Programming and Budgeting phases.

 

  • Understanding of availability periods of fiscal appropriations and the differences between current, canceled, and expired funds.

 

  • 5 years of recent experience and knowledge of DoD Financial Management Regulations.

 

  • 5 years of experience using financial systems/programs, such as the Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System (DEAMS), Financial Accounting and Cost Tracking System (FACTS), Defense Travel System (DTS), DIA Financial Management Suite (FMSuite), Oracle Business Intelligence (OBIEE), and FIS Database.

 

  • 5 years of recent experience and knowledge of Defense Travel System, Government Travel Charge Card and Government Purchase Card Program.

  

Duties Include:

 

  • Perform duties as a Directorate-level Budget Analyst responsible for planning, programming, budgeting, and executing funds for 20+ operational programs.

 

  • Confirm accuracy of automated system database information and inform resource advisors and/or accounting personnel of significant problems, trends, or variances.

 

  • Prepare annual spend plans to allocate appropriated funds to individual activities/functional areas based on an analysis of activity budget estimates, historical expenditures, quarterly projections, and approved funding.

 

  • Develop appropriate narrative justification statements and presentation materials for budget submissions, un-funded requirements and programmatic changes in the Program Objective Memorandum (POM).

 

  • Develop detailed programming, justification, and documentation for estimates included in the overall J2 Financial Spend Plan, DoD Program Objective Memorandums (POMs), and DoD Future Year Defense Programs (FYDPs).

 

  • Perform monthly analysis of actual obligations compared to forecasted execution of annual budget and/or Funding Authority, evaluate fund availability to achieve proper execution of funds, and determine where reprogramming actions may be necessary.

 

  • Align requirements to appropriate sources of funding; develop, package, process, and track financial results, impacts and/or trends.

 

  • Provide market research to recommend courses of action and/or corrective courses of action, and to assist in the preparation of budget justifications.

 

  • Monitor, analyze, research, and coordinate adjustments and payments applicable to cancelled and expired appropriations.

 

  • Monitor current and prior year de-obligations, identify discrepancies, and ensure corrections are made in the financial systems.

 

  • Coordinate spend plans; process, track, organize, and reconcile fiscal requests; assist counterparts in J2, HQ Budget Office, SOFM, TSOCs, DIA and Components to identify and correctly articulate requirements and program issues, provide financial analysis and recommendations on processes that affect and impact budget-related matters.

 

  • Monitor, perform analysis, and reconcile current and prior year commitments (to include OCO and funds received from alternate sources), execution, and obligation/de-obligation of J2 contract expenditures, travel, unobligated funding during EOY close-out.

 

  • Produce Form 9’s/MIPRs/MORDs/etc. Review incoming MIPRs and prepare for government signature and acceptance. Track and reconcile all invoices and funding using a variety of funding systems, to include, but not limited to, CRIS, DEAMS, ABSS, OBIEE, FIS, SNAP, DISA Direct, FM Suite, FACTS, IRMIS and other DoD Financial Management tool systems.

 

Education: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business

St. Michael’s is complying with the Safer Workplace Guidance and is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Vet

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