Business Financial Management Analyst

CSRA   •  

Washington, DC

5 - 7 years

Posted 267 days ago

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PEO Aircraft Carriers is responsible for leading the design, development, construction, modernization, and life-cycle management of the Navy's aircraft carriers.  This includes system design, equipment design, integrated product and process development, acquisition, construction, fleet introduction, enterprise knowledge management, maintenance, modernization, overhaul and disposal associated with ships, weapons systems, and equipment.  CSRA provides a full range of professional support services across all of PEO Aircraft Carriers highly interrelated product lines in the areas of Program Management Support, Life Cycle Support, Financial and Business Support, and Operational Support. 

Provide support in the preparation and analysis of all budget exhibits, supporting the Presidents, DON, OSD/OMB, Execution Budget Reviews, Budgetary Objective Classification Systems (BOCS), and POM process.  Analyze and provide recommendations in response to FMB, OSD, and Congressional Budget review questions. Identify current status of Program Funds with STARS via Computer Optimized Batch Reconciliation Application (COBRA) reducing time spent in obtaining funds information. Assist in the execution of funding in the PRISMS financial system. Assist in the analysis and recommendations of Participating Manager’s (PARM) funding status and requirements/7300 reviews.  Provide financial and technical expertise in the areas of financial planning, financial development, and financial execution. Provides support prepares metrics, provides input to presentations, and prepares status reports. Assesses project issues and develops resolutions to meet productivity, quality, and client-satisfaction goals and objectives.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: BA or equivalent + 6 yrs related experience, or MA + 4 yrs related experience.  Experience with the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) process. Navy ERP experience a must.