|Reference # : ||19-00160
||Title : ||Technical Analyst|
|Position Type : ||Contract|
|Experience Level : ||
||Start Date / End Date : ||02/07/2019 / 01/31/2020
| Description |
Must be a US Citizen who possesses a Secret Clearance.
General Experience andQualities:
- Creative, collaborative, and detail-oriented; good communicator/listener in-person and through available media (e.g., telephone, email, WebEx).
- Demonstrates responsibility for the factual accuracy and thoroughness of analysis, appropriateness of analytic methods/design, and the clarity and validity of interpretations and recommendations.
- Comfortable preparing communication briefs, progress and status reporting (e.g., in PowerPoint or interactive visualization) with minimal supervision and presenting briefs to both team/engagement and client senior leadership.
- Ability to multi-task and function in a fluid, fast-paced and dynamic environment.
- Comfortable working both in teams and independently; organized, "outside the box” thinker; proactive and self-motivated; a team player with an "all hands on deck” mentality.
- Must be flexible, able to multi-task and change direction on a moment's notice and accepts this as operating in a high-performing team structure.
- Highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Word, PowerPoint); additional proficiency in Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio preferred.
- Professional knowledge of OMB Circular A-123, Appendix D, Compliance with the Federal Financial Management Improvement Act of 1996 (FFMIA) and the Treasury Financial Management requirements that represents criteria for FFMIA.
- Strong professional knowledge of the Treasury Financial Manual (TFM).
- General (working) knowledge of the Information Technology (IT) TFM Federal Financial Management System Requirements (FFMSRs) particularly in applying to financial accounting standards and USS GL at the transaction level.
- Professional knowledge of internal control over financial reporting utilizing OMB's assessment methodology provided in Appendix A to Circular No. A-123 internal control over financial reporting
- Professional knowledge of reporting requirements to Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act of 1982 (FMFIA) and compliance with the Standards for Internal Control in the Federal Government (the Green Book.)
- General (working) knowledge of Appendices B and C to Circular No A-123.
- Sound professional knowledge of SAP configuration and data tables in order to conduct interviews and discussions on transaction processing that impacts TFM FFMSRs
- General (working) knowledge of the system change management processes (which include documentation of changes to the baseline system configuration for SAP) to ensure visibility of all configuration changes impacting the supporting requirements.
- Analytical and technical experience to validate compliance with the TFM requirements and develop an evaluation package for each TFM FFMSR requirement upon the completion of the assessment.
- Analytical and technical experience to document identified issues and discuss the results of the assessments and where applicable provide recommendations.
- Bachelor's degree in information technology (IT) from a college or university accredited by an organization approved by the U.S. Department of Education.
The ideal candidate will also possess thefollowing:
- Working knowledge of SAP configuration, setup, design and the ability to delineate between SAP configuration components and customization components defined by RICE-FW requirements.
- Knowledge of technical solutions within SAP ECC 6.0:
- Experience within one or more of the following SAP modules: Financial Accounting (FI), Funds Management (FM), Materials Management (MM), and Sales & Distribution (SD) modules.
- Experience with SAP HANA or SAP's GRC solutions.
- Strong relational understanding of the impact of feeder systems into SAP and their corresponding Intermediary Documents (IDOCs).
- Understanding of key business processes to include order creation, order fulfillment, procurement of services and supplies, inventory, assets, human resources, and the subsequent financial statement impact of the processes therein.
- General understanding of reporting capabilities such as SAP Business Warehouse (BW), Business Explorer (BEx), and/or Business Objects.
- General understanding of data extraction techniques and tools from SAP ECC 6.0.
One or more of the following certifications arepreferred:
- Certified Information System Auditor (CISA)
- Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP)
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Four (4) year degree or a graduate degree from an accredited college / university with major / concentration in a relevant field including but not limited to:
• Mathematics / Actuarial sciences
• Real Estate
• Environmental Science
• Government and Public Administration
Experience of four or more years in one the following but not limited to:
• Business Strategy
• Transformational Change Management
• Human Resources
• Business Process re-engineering
• Project Management
• Process Improvement
• Property, Plant, and Equipment
• Heritage Assets
• Environmental Liabilities
• Actuarial sciences
• Imputed costs
- A minimum of 20 CPE credits each fiscal year and 120 CPE credits over a three-year rolling period
- Minimum of IT3 or equivalent with the ability to obtain an IT2 if the government requests.
Other Desired Experience
• Experience with large and complex organization
• Familiarity with Federal Government
• Experience with analyzing and assessing large volume of data Familiarity with deployment of solutions that support strategic initiatives Experience with Oracle based Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
• Familiarity with development of reference guidance
• Familiarity with OUSD AT&L policies and requirements
• Familiarity with SFFAS No. 3, 6, 23, 10, 35, and 42; Technical Release 13, 14, and 15
• Familiarity with market based appraisals
• Knowledge of valuation of long-lived assets including alternative valuation methodologies
• Familiarity with accounting requirements for Environmental Liabilities
• Familiarity with SFFAS No. 5 and Technical R 2
• Familiarity with DoD's systems for tracking environmental liabilities Understanding of requirements for imputed cost
• Familiarity with SFFAS No. 4 and its interpretations Knowledge of DoD's heritage assets