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