Project Financial Analyst-Washington D.C.

PMAT Inc. is searching for an experienced Project Financial Analyst to join our talented team of IT professionals in the Washington, DC metro area.

Job Description:

The Project Financial Analyst will be responsible for developing estimates, budgets, and monitoring/ reporting on the status of all projects awarded. The Project Financial Analyst will gather data from financial (Quick Books) and contract (e-FAACT) systems as well as consolidating and preparing invoice data. S/He will exercise excellent spreadsheet and presentation skills to assist in the analysis and communication of project financial status. The successful candidate will also demonstrate excellent problem-solving skills, analytical capabilities, and interpersonal professionalism.

 

Additional responsibilities will include:

 Forecasting expenditures; estimates to complete; estimate at completion, and tracking costs.  Understanding government contract requirements and maintaining compliance with deliverables.   Conduct cost analysis and explain the variances from budgets to management  Knowledge of related DCAA audit and FAR requirements preferred.  Apply interpersonal skills to a wide range of contracting situations dealing with subcontractors and government agents.   Maintain direct bi-weekly contract financial reporting.  Works directly with Project Financial Manager/Controller.  Experience with building Excel spreadsheets with advanced formulas and functions.  Ability to travel as required.

Required Qualifications:

 Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or related fields with a minimum of two years of related experience.    Knowledge and experience in Government Contracting preferred.  Knowledge of Government Accounting and DCAA audits desired.  Strong Microsoft Excel experience and capabilities required.  Security Clearance or ability to attain Secret Access within first year.   Experience establishing, monitoring, forecasting and reporting project budgets.  Experience working for a government agency or contractor is preferred.  All candidates must have strong communication and writing skills, ability to solve problems independently, and responsible for meeting deadlines.

The position requires a professional work attitude, ability to communicate openly with management and coworkers, and to work as a team player.  Also, requires ability to define estimate/budget requirements, interpret contract requirements, and interact with program managers, subcontractors, and government agents in a professional manner.