This position is responsible for monitoring results and proactively recommending management actions to achieve our business objectives. Position will lead all financial planning, forecasting and analysis activities (quarterly, period close, strategic, indirect expenses) .
In this role, the selected candidate will be providing support to laboratory managers and communicating regularly with the finance department, NCI-DCTD staff, and directorate management on project cost controls and related matters.
The Finance Specialist is responsible for having a basic understanding of the Pharmacy Finance Department. The Finance Specialist position requires daily proficiency with PeopleSoft Billing, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access as the primary tools for completion of these tasks.
The team member will be required to gain a working knowledge of federal financial reporting, federal business processes, government property management, internal controls and OMB A-123, and financial management systems in support of our clients' efforts to produce auditable financial statements.
In this role, you will be required to possess a working knowledge of financial reporting business processes, DoD accounting or auditing, internal controls, and financial management systems in support of our clients' efforts to produce auditable financial statements.
In this role, you will build the branch customer base through proactive quality sales and service conversations. Manages the customer experience end to end, efficiently handling service transactions, identifying sales opportunities and making referrals to ecosystem partners as appropriate.
In this role, you will support appropriation financial analysis, review financial and execution efforts, and the development of program documentation that delineates all resource related items and schedules.
In this role, you will review and interpret data for the purpose of determining past performance and/or to project financial results; shares information with others and aids in planning of next steps for financial data.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop and evaluate standard business processes for implementation across the IC, including a baseline for detailed projects, tasks, and timelines; provide advice on specific financial management improvement and accounting issues through "white papers" and briefings.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide feedback and support to the Business Office to ensure the effective delivery of Revenue and Accounts Receivable processes; and to improve individuals' performance to foster strong business relationships with funding agencies and other payors.
In this role, you will be responsible for coordinating, conducting, and documenting financial analysis projects or financial reporting. Conducts or participates in the most complex financial analysis projects and/or reporting.
In this role, you will be responsible to perform and prior experience with internal controls and substantive testing over budgetary accounting processes, PP&E, acquisitions, inventory, material management and personnel
In this role, you will process accurate refunds, timely and accurate review of accounts if credit or an overpayment occurs or a correction to the financial data is needed. Provide resolutions on credits based on knowledge of payer contracts.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide specialized expertise supporting CS&C staff within the National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD) with financial planning and integration, and acquisition operations/business process support services.