This individual will play a key role by providing accurate and timely financial information and analyses, making and/or implementing sound recommendations to grow business profitability, and optimizing the brands existing portfolio.
A Financial Analyst must have experience in the review of financial data to identify planned versus actual status. Must have experience in identifying risk areas and create narrative, graphic, and oral status reports.
Performs statistical and graphical analysis on various aspects of resources management such as on the rate of execution of funding, fill-rates of authorized positions, workforce skills, size and cost, and success in obtaining appropriations for new program requests.
Provide business financial management and administrative support to a defense agency's information innovation office, including advanced administrative coordination, program management and progress tracking, meeting coordination and conference planning, financial analysis, and document coordination.
Must be a decisive multi-tasker that can proactively track all division level financial data. Individual must be capable of forecasting cost information and predicting cost issues that need to be addressed with Program Managers and other Management as required.
Complete (accurate, thorough and timely) post promotion analysis of all events on a weekly basis. Ability to make adjustments at account level as plan is executed - to adjust for any volume shortfalls or inefficiencies identified in trade plan and allow Team to understand net effects across all top accounts.
Prepare and track Operations and Maintenance, Navy (O&MN), Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy (RDT&EN) and Other Procurement, Navy (OPN) financial/funding documents using Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), PRISMS and AUTODOC.
Work with the interdisciplinary team to compare actual results to historical results, budgets, and forecasts; perform financial planning, budgeting, forecasting and analysis and assist in preparing presentations to senior management.
The Financial Analyst will support financial assessments of non-SETA contracts by identify trends and support all program cost reporting requirements to include estimate at completion, estimate to complete, variance reports and associated cost metrics for assigned.