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DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
Background on Client
The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS) provides Information Technology (IT) support and technical solutions for the Department of the Navy (DoN) within the enterprise and business domain. PEO-EIS is responsible for overseeing life-cycle management of several Acquisition Category (ACAT) I IT programs, projects, and initiatives. In this role, PEO-EIS is accountable for the efficient and proper planning, design, implementation, and operation of shore-based DoN networks and combat support-related enterprise information systems, and is a key stakeholder for the development of requirements for future IT capabilities and operations. Oversight and management of the PEO-EIS Portfolio represents every discipline within the acquisition management field, as well as several unique areas of expertise concerning corporate finance structure and special skills regarding the Defense Property Management System. The ability to integrate all of these activities across the portfolio also is a major requirement for the support services, and an approach that focuses on the integration of many specialized teams across multiple programs.
The PEO-EIS Portfolio is comprised of several major efforts: (a) The Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI)/Continuation of Services Contracts (CoSC) is a multi-billion dollar enterprise network contract serving more than 700,000 users across the Navy and Marine Corps. This program incorporates the range of Enterprise IT issues including hardware (procurement, configuration management, asset valuation and tracking), software licensing, data center management, call center management, and critical Information Assurance (IA) initiatives. The CoSC facilitates the NMCI continuation of services via Hewlett Packard. (b) Next Generation Enterprise Networks (NGEN) is the future set of DoN IT services with ACAT I program reporting requirements to the DoN, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and Congress. (c) Sea Warrior is a complex portfolio of over 20 Human Resource and Manpower Systems with significant oversight and interest at the OSD and Congressional level. (d) Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (Navy ERP) is a Navy-wide implementation of a SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system for financial and acquisition management and supply solution that combines specialized skills in Change Management, ERP development and implementation, and acquisition support at the ACAT I level. (e) Global Combat Support System – Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) is an ACAT I global supply and maintenance system with over 35,000 users across the USMC. It is being deployed world-wide to the Marine Corps, and includes all phases of acquisition from future requirements, development, and implementation and sustainment of an Oracle ERP solution.
The Business Financial Management Analyst (BFMA) will work onsite at the SPAWAR offices in Arlington, VA. The BFMA will provide daily financial support including generating financial documentation for the operation of SPAWAR programs and projects.
The day-to-day duties and responsibilities are to (1) Support the management and execution of budget and financial elements of Navy PEO EIS Programs and systems to include planning and programming, cost estimating, financial management and execution functions, spend plan development and financial execution metrics tracking and reporting; (2) Preparing, reviewing, and verifying Operations and Investment Budget Exhibits (OP-5 Operations and Maintenance, Navy (O&MN) Justification, Research Domain Criteria (RDOC) Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy (RDTEN) Justification, Project Data Organization and Centralization System (PDOCS) Other Procurement, Navy (OPN) Justification, OP-32 Summary of Price/Program Change), as well as Information Technology (IT) Budget Exhibits (NC-36 Summary of Spending, and NC-33 Justification for Increases/Decreases) in support of the Department of the Navy (DON) Budget Review, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Review, and the President’s Budget submission to Congress; (3) Support the preparation and update of financial execution data calls as required by the Program Office, Resource Sponsors, SPAWAR Comptroller, SPAWAR Business Financial Manager (BFM), Congress, the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and Financial Management Board (FMB); (4) Prepare and submit financial status briefs, funds execution status reports, weekly financial activity reports, travel status reports and funding document log updates; (4) Review, re-format, correct, and issue SPAWAR Budget controls to align with specific to PEO EIS with internal structure; (6) Review Program Objectives Memorandum (POM) briefing packages for program offices planning decisions for correctness ensuring the programs are referencing the appropriate budget position and adhering to resource sponsor guidance; (7) Compile, maintain, update and track Program Objectives Memorandum (POM)/ Budget documentation throughout the budget cycle; (8) Prepare initial drafts and final submission of Forecast and Labor/Non-Labor for the POM Intelligent Workbook submission; (9) Prepare/review portfolio programs documentation in accordance with the midyear execution and program review standards (e.g., Monthly, Quarterly, Annual Spend plan reviews); (10) Support guidance preparation and updates to execution data calls as required by the PEO, Resource Sponsors, SPAWAR Comptroller, Congress, OSD and FMB; (11) Create and prepare various O&MN funding documents, and monitor funds execution in Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP); and, (12) Prepare and track all unfunded requirements and prioritization to assist in the proper funding of entire portfolio needs based on Program Manager (PM), Assistant Program Executive Officer (APEO), and Deputy Program Executive Officer (DPEO) analysis and communicate with SPAWAR Headquarter to monitor fulfillment of unfunded prioritize as changes occur through-out the fiscal year.
The ideal Candidate has at least a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in Finance, Business, Accounting or related fields, and at least five years direct experience in: Navy Budget Financial Management, Navy Program Objective Memorandum (POM), the Tri-Annual review process, PBIS Financial Database (at least familiarity), Navy ERP, ability to develop Executive Level Briefs with limited to no supervision, Strong writing and outstanding verbal communication skills and customer relationship management, High degree of proficiency in Microsoft Office products; including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and is a cooperative, team player who is willing to learn and develop professionally.
The Candidate must be willing and able to work on-site at the SPAWAR offices in Arlington, VA.
U.S. Citizenship is required. Applicants selected will be subject to a Government investigation and must meet eligibility requirements to obtain and retain the designated Government clearance (Secret). Must have an active Secret clearance at the time of application.
Desired Certificates: Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM)
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
MCR, LLC, is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.