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Financial Analyst IV (Part- time)
Ref No.: 18-01905
Location: San Francisco, California
Start Date / End Date: 06/10/2018 to 06/09/2019

Job Description
Job Title Financial Analyst IV (Part- Time)
Client Department of Justice
Place of Performance Financial Litigation Unit, Civil Division
United States Attorney's Office
Northern District of California
450 Golden Gate Avenue, 9th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
Resume Due 3/23/2018 EOD
Number of Positions 1
No of Resumes 5
Period of performance Base Period: June 10, 2018 through June 9, 2019 (950 hours)
Option Period One: June 10, 2019 through June 9, 2020 ( 950 hours)
Option Period Two: June 10, 2020 through June 9, 2021 (950 hours)
Working Hours Part- time position generally be performed during normal business hours, 8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m., Monday-Friday
Overtime is not authorized.
US Citizen Mandatory
Security Clearance Active clearance is preferred. Able to clear all background check with fingerprint check.
Experience Federal Court experience is required.

Job Duties
In coordination with FLU AUSAs and FLU staff, the financial analyst IV will:
a. Plan and conduct complex financial analyses of individual, partnership and corporate judgment debtors. Analyses may include financial and expense performance, rate of return, depreciation, working capital, and investments.
b. Perform detailed review of relevant financial information, including financial statements, credit reports, tax returns, insurance information, real property escrow and lending materials, bank statements and loan applications to third parties, with a view to determining the collectability of assets. Prepare forecasts and analysis of trends in manufacturing, sales, finance, general business conditions, and other related areas.
c. Create and analyze monthly, quarterly, and annual reports and ensure financial information has been recorded accurately.
d. Perform financial forecasting and reconciliation of internal accounts.
e. Prepare detailed reports of financial analysis, making clear conclusions regarding the collectability of debts. Reports should give particular emphasis to assets readily available to pay judgments, assets that could be recovered under Federal Debt Collection Procedures Act, and recommendations regarding further investigatory work.
f. Identify trends and developments in competitive environments and presents findings.
g. Draft written discovery (interrogatories, requests for production of documents and subpoenas) to obtain information to support financial analyses. Sources of discovery include the defendant, defendant's family members, defendant's businesses, banks, brokerages, title insurers and lenders.
h. Obtain and meaningfully evaluate the results of computerized database searches, public record information, judgment and lien information, Secretary of State records, and publicly filed financial information available from entities such as the Securities and Exchange Commission.
i. May conduct special financial and business related studies and cooperates with other departments in the preparation of analyses.

a. Specialized experience in cost and schedule reporting, resource management, Client allocation and resource planning.
b. Comprehensive knowledge of financial analysis for individuals, companies and partnerships, including review of financial statements, tax returns, bank records, escrow and real property records.
c. Knowledge of typical business forms such as corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, family trusts, and estate planning-related trusts.
d. Knowledge of debt collection techniques, including garnishment, execution, and appointment of receivers.
e. Experience in budgeting, Client and resource planning processes, and financial reporting in support of projects.
f. Ability to evaluate existing procedures, processes, techniques, models, and/or systems related to management problems or contractual issues that would require a report and recommends solutions.
g. Ability to develop work breakdown structures, and prepare charts, tables, graphs, and diagrams to assist in analyzing problems.
h. Familiarity with computer systems and demonstrated proficiency with on line computer databases, EXCEL and ACCESS, and similar commercial database programs.

Experience: 6 or more years of related experience.
Education: Bachelor's degree in Management, Business Administration, Accounting, Economics or Finance related preferred.

Travel: Required

a. Verbal reports may be required to be provided by contract employee to AUSAs, Support Staff and Division supervisors on an as-needed basis and during periodical reviews and/or meetings.
b. Written reports for each referenced month detailing services provided and tasks performed as delineated within this SOW, may be required from the contract employee on a schedule and frequency as determined by the Contracting Officer or Project Officer.
c. The Contractor shall prepare and deliver to the Project Officer and the Contracting Officer monthly invoices via electronic mail and hard copy.
d. The Government will assess performance continuously. Contractor performance will be monitored and assessed by the Contracting Officer, or other designated government representative, by periodically sampling and reviewing documentation and records for quality and timeliness of work accomplished.
e. The performance standards for successfully completing the activities described above is 95 percent accuracy.