In support of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (OUSDP) you will perform as a financial analyst who oversees a team of professionals involved with resource management services, including planning, programming, budgeting, and execution (PPBE), to facilitate operationally sound processes, and meet/exceed Government requirements. You will be involved with services ranging from performing simple transactional activities to managing complex strategic organizational and resource management projects. You will work with all levels of OUSDP management and staff, and other Department of Defense and Executive Branch organizations.
More About the Role:
In support of the Policy Management & Operations (PMO) office of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (OUSDP), and reporting to the Program Manager, you will provide the following support:
Establish, maintain and update quality control processes for the resource management team and assign appropriate personnel to complete required budget and financial tasks in a timely fashion;
Assign work effort and manage workloads of personnel assigned to work on the requirement;
Assess Government assignments and determine work priorities for each staff member, including the development of task schedules, based on feedback from Government staff;
Monitor and Report completion of deliverables of the team to the Program Manager, and as required, to Government personnel;
Provide support to the Planning, Programming, Budgeting & Execution (PPBE) process, budget formulation process, and budget execution tasks, as outlined below;
Coordinate the OUSDP Program Objectives Memorandum (POM) process, including deliverable assignment, management, and tracking;
Coordinate the OUSDP Budget Estimate Submission and Program and Budget (BES/PB) submission;
Develop OUSDP budget formulation and justifications;
Develop options for maximizing resources in changeable budgetary and operating environments;
Perform cost benefit evaluations of current or projected spending plans;
Analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of resource allocations in meeting established agency goals and objectives;
Track, interpret, and assess the effect of legislation on the OUSDP budget;
Develop and coordinate OUSDP position on draft legislation affecting the budget;
Process, track and report commitments, obligations, and expenditures, including conducting mid- and end-of-year reviews of internal and external unfunded requests and resource reallocations;
Collect and evaluate OUSDP financial data and other information concerning agency expenditures and revenues; and
Research and liquidate unliquidated obligations for up to five prior years in support of the TriAnnual Review process.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
A minimum of 15 years of experience in resource management in a U.S. Government agency, including budget formulation, justification, and execution;
A minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience in a in a U.S. Government agency resource management environment; and
A Bachelor’s degree in a financial management field. The requirement that the Bachelor’s degree be in a financial management field need not apply if the proposed employee has a Master’s degree in a financial management field.
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Master’s Degree in a financial management field;
Membership in Defense Acquisition Corps (or its predecessor organizations), Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certification, or DoD Financial Management certification; and
Expertise using DoD financial activity systems, e.g., Enterprise Business Accountability System, Defense Agencies Initiative (DAI), Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Comptroller exhibits.
**This position is in support of future opportunities. We are reviewing resumes now, however, and as we get closer to filling this position, we will be contacting qualified candidates.
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