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Financial Management Analyst 24-6233

Army: O-4 to O5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Washington, D.C.; Fort Meade, Maryland; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Financial Systems and Data
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
  • Detailed, intensive knowledge and understanding of financial methods, practices, procedures, regulations, precedent decisions, and policies of the organization, and the agency.
  • Knowledge and skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations. - Knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives, work processes and administrative operations of the organization.
  • Knowledge of the organization missions, functions, applicable regulations, and their relationship to other Federal activities and private industry to determine the impact of financial transactions on internal and external operations.
  • Knowledge of automated resource management systems design practices and limitations to develop an automated subsystem or revise and existing system in conjunction with computer programmers and software specialists.
  • Knowledge of the operations and maintenance of financial systems.
  • Experience with the coordination of system enhancements and new capabilities; resolution of system malfunctions.
  • Knowledge of G-Invoicing, inter-agency agreements, and experience developing process, policy, and technical solutions for G-Invoicing implementations.
  • Knowledge of program and/or project management principles and processes.
Qualifications:
The incumbent must have the following skills:
  • adapting analytical techniques and evaluations criteria to the measurement and improvement or program effectiveness and/or organization productivity.
  • written and oral communication sufficient to prepare reports and guidance and to provide briefings on controversial or complex topics.
Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Financial Analyst 24-6232

Army: O-4 to O5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Washington, D.C.; Fort Meade, Maryland; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Financial Operations Division
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
  • Detailed, intensive knowledge and understanding of financial methods, practices, procedures, regulations, precedent decisions, and policies of the organization, and the agency.
  • Knowledge and skill necessary to study and analyze financial data during a given period of time and compare findings with previous reports/data to determine variances, trends, etc. and make necessary corrections.
  • Knowledge of the agency financial management process in order to assure that requirements, guidelines, and financial objectives of assigned funds are met.
  • Ability to gather, assemble, analyze and prepare strategy for presenting, explaining, and documenting the financial execution of a program and justifying variances to management officials
  • Knowledge and skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations
  • Knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives, work processes and administrative operations of the organization
  • Knowledge and intensive understanding of professional financial management principles, theories, techniques, and procedures to perform professional analytical work for operational programs or systems and to analyze and advise managers on accounting and financial matters
  • Knowledge of the organization missions, functions, applicable regulations, and their relationship to other Federal activities and private industry to determine the impact of financial transactions on internal and external operations
  • Knowledge of automated resource management systems design practices and limitations to develop an automated subsystem or revise and existing system in conjunction with computer programmers and software specialists.
  • Ability to collaborate with internal and external stakeholders and customers to improve operational or financial data processing
  • Experience importing, exporting, organizing, and evaluating large data sets
Qualifications:
  • Experience ensuring accurate billing, invoicing, or financial transactions are maintained
  • Advanced knowledge and skill with Microsoft Excel or similar data processing capabilities Civilian experience will be considered for the position.
Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Budget/Financial Analyst 24-6231

Army: O-4 to O-5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Washington, D.C.; Fort Meade, Maryland; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Budget Execution Division
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
  • Detailed, intensive knowledge and understanding of financial methods, practices, procedures, regulations, precedent decisions, and policies of the organization, and the agency.
  • Knowledge and skill necessary to study and analyze financial data during a given period of time and compare findings with previous reports/data to determine variances, trends, etc. and make necessary corrections.
  • Knowledge of the agency financial management process in order to assure that requirements, guidelines, and financial objectives of assigned funds are met.
  • Ability to gather, assemble, analyze and prepare strategy for presenting, explaining, and documenting the financial execution of a program and justifying variances to management officials.
  • Knowledge and understanding of generally accepted accounting principles, processes and practices in order to develop, implement, and advise on organization policies and controls for the obligation and expenditure of funds.
  • Knowledge and skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations.
  • Knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives, work processes and administrative operations of the organization.
  • Knowledge and intensive understanding of professional financial management principles, theories, techniques, and procedures to perform professional analytical work for operational programs or systems and to analyze and advise managers on accounting and financial matters.
  • Knowledge of the organization missions, functions, applicable regulations, and their relationship to other Federal activities and private industry to determine the impact of financial transactions on internal and external operations.
  • Knowledge of automated resource management systems design practices and limitations to develop an automated subsystem or revise and existing system in conjunction with computer programmers and software specialists.
Qualifications: The incumbent must have the following skills:
  • adapting analytical techniques and evaluation criteria to the measurement and improvement of program effectiveness and/or organizational productivity.
  • gathering, assembling, consolidating, and analyzing financial data and drawing conclusions.
  • written and oral communication sufficient to prepare reports and guidance and to provide briefings on controversial or complex topics. Civilian experience will be considered for the position.
Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Legislative Research NCO 24-6205

Army: E-6 to E-7

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Washington, D.C.
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - OCCA
Service: Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7

Tour Description: The incumbent will support DCSA Congressional Liaison Officers in their mission with Capitol Hill. This will include keeping track of their congressional engagements, updating DCSA 101 and other briefings for Capitol Hill. Maintain accurate records of outreach activities, updated briefings, and other documents. Participate as a subject matter expert in briefing planning, preparation and execution. Prepare biographies of Members and staff for engagements by senior leaders. Maintain cognizance and knowledge of actions of Congress in the areas affecting or of interest to DCSA. Ensure OCCA leadership is apprised through briefings and written material of any legislative action or Congressional interest, which has special significant or anticipated impact requiring their personal attention. Track legislation of interest to DCSA and attend hearings, as necessary, and reports on same to the Chief of OCCA. Prepare a variety of correspondence, reports, information papers, fact sheets, and letters to Members of Congress or Congressional committees in response to tasking from OCCA, the DCSA Director, or OUSD(I&S). The incumbent will also review and analyze legislation with potential impact to DCSA> Identify pieces of legislation with DCSA equities and the impact the legislation could have on DCSA missions. Inform congressional liaisons and management within OCCA and other DCSA stakeholders of the result of the legislative review and analysis. Track all relevant legislation and assist the congressional liaisons in their duties as they work with DCSA offices to respond to Congress on pertinent legislation.

Qualifications: Equivalent civilian experience will be considered. TS/SCI clearance preferred. Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Assistant Director for Civil Works 24-6145

Army: O-4 to O-5

 

Length: 1-2 Years; Location: Washington, D.C.
Agency: Corps of Engineers Activity: USACE - Headquarters
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
Assistant Director for Civil Works at Headquarters, US Army Corps of Engineers, which includes 194 employees commanded by a MG/O-8. Supports Executive Director by providing support and advice in the management of an annual $7+ billion program that includes national infrastructure projects, navigation, flood risk mitigation, environmental restoration, hydro-power, regulatory, water supply, emergency management, recreation, and support for nine divisions, 170 field offices and 22,000 employees.

Serves as the Directorate's primary tasking staff action control officer, responsible for the management of correspondence and strategic engagement with State and Federal elected and appointed officials as well as United States organizations and citizens. Serves as the Directorate's Conference coordinator.
 

Qualifications: Army Engineer Officer - USACE experience a plus, Early Report Authorized, Will accept senior O-3 (post KD).
To apply, contact: MSgt Leanna Rudibaugh - 317-361-7738