The NISC III program Financial Management Team (FMT) lead is responsible for the overall strategy and execution of the PSG financial team on behalf of the business manager.
The FMT lead must be proactive and lead mission success for the business operations of the Power Services Group.
This includes the following:
- Performing all P/FMT activities (i.e. FRs, PRs, PAs, CCs, reconciliation) for the PS3 (PSG parent) program
- Setting, tracking, reporting, and managing SPIRE goals / Business plan goals, obligation goals, and other business imperatives with the customer
- Establishing direction for and ensuring the quality, standardization, and tracking of all Purchase Requests, Project Authorizations, Credit Card transactions, and Reconciliation across all FMTs by working with FMT personnel on their processes, methods and tools.
- Providing direction, applicable training, notification, and guidance on changes, improvements, problems, or risks for FMT personnel.
- Being a liaison to the Finance team by supporting the NPCT process and inputs, updating and submitting a quarterly spendplan, and reprogramming funds as needed.
- Ensuring the timely and accurate allocation and verification of funds in PATS and Delphi by reprogramming funds, working with the Finance team, reporting, and tracking accordingly
- Supporting the Business Manager in Budget Formulation activities including preparing quality input and tracking for RPDs, White sheets, OST, and 5-year CIP, as well as CIT preparation as needed
Qualifications:Typical education and experience:
- Developing, reporting and presenting regular and ad hoc data analytics around financial forecasting/trend analysis of PSG Programs
- Typically requires a BA degree and 4 – 8 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 2 – 6 years of prior relevant experience.
- Experience in effective written and oral communication with customers and team members.
- Ability to run and manipulate data, report and explain the financial situation and options.
Preferred qualifications (Desired experience):
- Expertise with FAA processes and systems including PRISM, CWP, and Delphi.
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