$100K - $150K(Ladders Estimates)
Ready to put your finance skills to work with departments and teams that change the fabric of our community? Would you enjoy working with top level Finance managers helping to keep projects running on task? Parsons is now hiring a Senior Financial Specialist for our rapidly expanding team.
Parsons extensive experience combined with your attention to detail and skill with account analysis, account reconciliations, and financial reports, will propel your career forward. At this level, the Specialist collects and analyzes data, relates data to established guides, and evaluates the significance of the collected data. In this role, you will complete difficult and complex financial assignments requiring specialized training and experience in the field of government contracts. You may be assigned to a specific project, to a section of the Finance or another department, or may be assigned to complete tasks at a field location.
Understands and applies the provisions and terms and conditions of contracts, Government regulation requirements, and ensuring compliance with defined policies and procedures.
Reviews materials and/or subcontract/purchase order costs to determine if costs are allowable, allocable, and reasonable pursuant to contract terms, applicable Government regulations, and company policies and procedures.
Coordinates with technical experts to develop formal and informal, and often quick turn, cost estimates and work validation of estimates with Government cost estimators.
Communicates, interfaces, and coordinates with Finance personnel, Project Managers, Accounts Payable personnel, Accounts Receivable personnel, Contracts personnel, and other technical staff in a professional and cooperative manner.
Collects and analyzes data, relates data to established guides, and evaluates the significance of the collected data. Presents conclusions and makes recommendations by analyzing facts and conditions, and makes recommendations for corrections or improvements. Applies guideline material by interpreting regulations and technical material, and translates the guidance into specific actions.
Presents technical information in written form.
Explains decisions, procedures, and requirements in such a way that are clear and concise.
Performs other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or Economics (or equivalent)
8+ years of related work experience
Experience in dealing with various difficult types of contracts is mandatory. (e.g., firm fixed price, fixed price with economic price adjustment, fixed price incentive, cost reimbursement, cost sharing, cost plus incentive fee, cost plus award fee, cost plus fixed fee, and time and material)
Requires a thorough knowledge of accounting techniques and principles and strong knowledge of established principles and accepted practices of government contracting work.
Incumbent must have strong written and oral communication skills
Proficiency in PC software packages typically associated with accounting.
Potential to perform in a lead capacity is also required.
Valid Through: 2019-11-9