Budget Analyst – San Antonio , TX, US

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Budget Analyst – San Antonio , TX, US

Budget Analyst


Department: Facilities Operations Management
Location: San Antonio , TX, US


NIKA is hiring for a Budget Analyst who will provide advisory support to our DHA MEDCOM G9 program based out our San Antonio, TX location!

Named a “Top Workplace” by the Washington Post, NIKA is a well-established company that is focused on growth within an entrepreneurial environment. We work with governments to operate and manage their real property. Our operations management, engineering, and project management services provide our customers with the value and expertise to ensure operational readiness for complex and mission-critical facilities.

At NIKA, you’ll be excited to come to work each day. This position comes with a competitive salary package that includes health/dental insurance, 401(k), bonus programs, and many other perks. 

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in Finance, Business or related field desired.

Position Requirements

  • 10+ years’ previous experience in ARMY Budget Program, II PEG Program, & Program management strongly preferred.
  • Experienced in the following processes and associated documents FAD – Funding Authorization Document, GFEBS – General, Fund Enterprise Business System, Spend Plan, FMIS – Financial Management Information Systems, MAP – Maintenance Action Plan, Joint Review and Line-item Review.
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and the use/management of relational databases relative to financial management and strategic planning at an enterprise level.
  • Requires advanced written and verbal presentation skills.
  • Strong tasks management and organizational skills and attention to detail required.
  • Customer service oriented.
  • The ability to work confidently in a results-oriented environment.
  • The ability to present findings in a polished way.

Responsibilities 

  • Program Objective Memorandums (POM), Budgets Estimate Submissions (BES), and President Budget (PB) requirements for the SRM, BASEOPS, MILCON and IO&T program.
  • Assists in financial review and analysis to include preparation, management, and dissemination of Program Objective Memorandums (POM), Budgets Estimate Submissions (BES), and President Budget (PB) requirements for the SRM, BASEOPS, MILCON and IO&T program.
  • Provide support for fiscal year (FY) projections.
  • Track and provide recommendations for unfunded requirements (UFRs), disconnects, initiatives and offsets
  • Drafting recommended guidance to be sent to MTFs and within the Facilities Enterprise.
  • Develop metrics for the MEDCOM SRM & ARMY Readiness program in line with DoD directions/guidance; includes reporting the sustainment funding percent and the recapitalization metric for current and POM years.
  • II Program Execution Group (PEG): PEG Analysts
  • DCS, G-9 Resources Directorate (RD) assigns analysts to oversee a portfolio of programs, or Management Decision Evaluation Packages (MDEPs).
  • Ensure MDEP narratives and other information are current. Program Manager Details.
  • Assist the II PEG Executive in reviewing Schedule 8s for the MDEP(s) he/she is responsible.
  • Review Commander Program Assessments (CPAs) to identify issues associated within their portfolio.
  • Develop relationships with MDEP managers and Command POCs to maintain situational awareness of their programs. (Note: The role of the RD Analyst is focused toward technical PPBE issues and associated data such as existing requirements, 95 civilian pay costs, and historical execution)
  • Review the MDEP manager requirements determination methodology for suitability.
  • Assist MDEP managers with populating the II PEG Excel Template and review MDEP manager’s brief for clarity and accuracy.
  • Review the accuracy and quality of the MDEP data.
  • Assist the MDEP Managers, as needed, with analyzing budget execution.
  • Maintain MDEP historical record of validation decisions and records.
  • Support the MDEP managers, as needed, with operational risk assessments.
  • Assists in financial review and analysis to include preparation, management, and dissemination Of Program Objective Memorandums (POM), Budgets Estimate Submissions (BES), and President Budget (PB) requirements for the SRM, READINESS, BASOPS, MILCON, Environmental and IO&T program. These requirements will include fiscal year (FY) projections, unfunded requirements (UFRs), disconnects/initiatives/offsets, and drafting recommended guidance to be sent to MTFs and within the Facilities Enterprise.
  • Develop metrics for the MEDCOM SRM program in line with DoD directions/guidance. Includes reporting the sustainment funding percent and the recapitalization metric for current and POM years.
  • Assist the government in managing the financial program for the year of execution to include initial distribution by program element (SRM, READINESS, Initial Outfitting (IO), Base Operating Support (BOS), centrally funded programs and fallout distribution.
  • Provide an annual financial management report within 90 days of end of fiscal year.
  • Preparing and organizing unfunded requirements (UFRs) submitted through the MEDCOM corporate structure.
  • Prioritize unfunded project requirements listings in coordination with the MEDCOM Portfolio Managers and Government.
  • Perform management analysis on information contained in the DoD financial and facility related management systems for the purpose of supporting the SRM and BOS programs and provide recommended course of action.
  • Prepares and recommends course of actions for improvements and efficiencies based on these analyses. This will include in-depth analysis for identified MHS assets on their current facility-related financial practices.
  • Provide integration for facility project data created and maintained in DMLSS with data maintained in the DOD Joint Medical Asset Repository (JMAR), and create, validate, and maintain reports as required.
  • Ensure facility project data is standardized and reported in DMLSS.
  • Have knowledge of and use Facilities Sustainment Model; Contractor may be required to represent the MEDCOM as the subject matter expert for these funding models.
  • Provide guidance to the Resource Management Office community and Project Managers to ensure use of SRM, BASEOPS, MILCON and IO&T accounting codes are standardized. Requires pulling data from DoD financial systems and analyzing data for cost accounting errors for all installations.
  • Assist government resource manager to maintain financial ledgers, status of funds, and income/expense statements.
  • Assist government resource manager in preparing and distributing funding documents and track funds through the various stages of accounting.
  • Assists government resource manager in the movement of funds between MEDCOM, SMAs, USACE, NAVFAC, GSA, and installations. Requires thorough understanding of interagency accounting processes.
  • Assist Program Managers in providing information, training requirements, and other documentation to government personnel.
  • Identify ways of exploiting current and evolving technologies to be used to increase division operational functionality and integrate various data source.
  • May be required to travel to various locations in the US and overseas.
  • Provide trip reports of all MTF site visits within 5 duty days.
  • Review sources of data and the mechanisms for collecting data for the SRM, IO&T, MILCON, and BASOPS program and make recommendations that will make data transfer more effective, and avoid data duplication

 

NIKA is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

EmailLinkedInFacebookTwitter