The Contractor must:
- Review and reconcile invoices submitted by other FAA contractors.
- Review and analyze Earned Value Management (EVM) reports submitted by other FAA contractors.
- Prepare monthly submittals related to the OMB-300 report.
- Utilize the FAA management systems such as REGIS, DELPHI, PRISM, SPIRE, E2
- Solutions, etc., to reconcile invoices, financial and planning documents.
- Prepare monthly financial briefings for Aeronautical Services.
- Perform activities in support of budget execution and planning.
- Perform financial and budgetary data analyses, data mining, and reconciliations based on various financial data sources.
- Support management with budget forecasting and assist with budget preparation in accordance with new or changing requirements.
- Support budget team in tracking allocations and expenditures, preparing purchase requests, and reconciling individual charges and overall spend plans.
- Support routine and ad hoc budgetary matters related to Aeronautical Services to ensure timely and accurate response to budget appeals, to include supporting FAA Capital
- Investment Projects (CIPs)/Capital Investment Teams (CITs)/Whitesheets/Resource Planning Documents (RPDs) and other financial documentation.
- Assist in the development and preparation of budget briefing packages handouts, presentations, etc.
- Provide support in risk management, review and comment on all deliverables from other FAA contracts related to risk management, and reconcile these risks with those reported at the Aeronautical Services monthly risk board.
- Track and manage all programmatic risks, opportunities and issues (RIO) utilizing the FAA Active Risk Manager (ARM) tool, and conduct monthly RIO Board meetings and support monthly AJM-33 RIO status meetings.
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Description: The business/financial/management/analyst series is focused on the coordination, accounting, planning and administration functions. The management analyst provides business management functions such as budgeting, financial analysis and planning and control of funding and allocation of funding. These functions include business process analysis to describe and create defined business and operations controls and processes.
Qualifications: A 4-year course of study leading to a bachelor’s degree with a major in any field that included or was supplemented by; at least 24 semester hours in any combination of the following fields: accounting, business, finance, law, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, or organization and management is required.
Senior Ph.D. (required degree + 10 relevant years)
Senior II (required degree + 15 relevant years)
Senior Special Certification (required degree + certification + 10 relevant years)
Senior (required degree + 8 relevant years)
Intermediate II (required degree + 5 relevant years)
Intermediate I (required degree + 3 relevant years)
Associate (required degree + 1 relevant year)