Job Description:

Generally, the Senior Logistics/Supply Chain Analyst supports the planning, policy, execution, reporting, and oversight of Financial Management (FM) operations related to the procurement of goods and/or services. Support budget execution, OMB A-123, and financial statement audit initiatives. Support the formulation, evaluation, interpretation, and application of proposed and published Logistics and aviation supply policies and procedures. Support Fiscal Year (FY) closeout activities, including funds execution, reconciliation, and validation. Develop and deliver Procure-to-Pay (P2P) briefings, training, assistance, and internal control assessments.

Key Responsibilities:

Specifically, the Senior Logistics/Supply Chain Analyst position will be supporting U.S. Marine Corps aviation activities and personnel with the execution of assigned responsibilities in support of achieving a positive audit opinion for the USMC, including audit readiness, business process improvement, and workforce development across logistics and aviation supply operations through the rapid integration of processes, people, and technology. Provide functional and technical expertise in synthesizing data to develop innovative approaches to enduring FM and aviation supply challenges.

This includes services that directly support the utilization of the Standard Accounting Budgeting and Reporting System (SABRS), preparation for ERP business system migration, and annual financial statement audit readiness and response. This also includes receiving, analyzing, prioritizing, coordinating, diagnosing, and resolving requests for assistance through in-person support, primarily with geographically local activities. Routine scenarios may be resolved through the application of existing guidance and training aids while non-routine scenarios may require significant research and coordination to develop, propose, and implement solutions.

You will document key controls, improve process flows, and draft business process narratives. You will also identify and research performance trends and processing gaps, coordinate with stakeholders, and report findings and recommendations to client management for resolution. Additionally, you will support the development and delivery of FM/Logistics integration training and briefings in multiple formats for varying stakeholder audiences relative to FM and aviation supply operations. The individual may also manage projects, workstreams, and tasks and/or lead other analysts.

Duties and expectations include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Access, navigate, and transact within Navy SABRS, SMARTS, and associated business feeder systems.

• Extensive knowledge of legacy business processes, SABRS/SMARTS reports, and feeder system tools (e.g. NTCSS, R-Supply, ERP, ASKIT, FORCES, EEBP, SABRS, DAI, CFMS, WAWF, eRMS) to analyze historical financial transactions and reconcile Key Supporting Documentation (KSD) to SABRS balances.

• Assist USMC activities with the timely resolution of FM and aviation supply KPIs and preparation of financial statement audit response requirements.

• Assess aviation supply business processes and serve as the Logistics/Supply SME to inform the design, development, and testing of data analytic and automation solutions.

• Support the preparation of Provided-by-Client (PBC) files, PBC follow-up questions, audit samples, and Key Supporting Document (KSD) packages to support financial transactions.

• Integrating attended BOTS; generate, synthesize, and analyze data from multiple data sets and sources, and recommend corrective actions, process improvements, or training topics to support audit response requirements.

• Provide subject matter expertise in the detail reviews of current policies and procedures, as well as documented key controls, process flows and narratives, Business Process Narratives (BPN), Risk Control Matrices, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), and other audit-related material to ensure automation compliance.

• Train government personnel in the use of automation solutions to develop a workforce with the knowledge, skills, and abilities specific to the USMC and Navy financial reporting environments and DoD financial management.

• Assist in the development and delivery of training to USMC end-users related to newly implemented process improvements and overall audit response capabilities, including approaches for preparing samples, preparing PBCs, and analyzing financial data (e.g. SABRS, SMARTS, R-Supply, NALCOMIS, One Touch, CFMS).

• Assist USMC activities with the timely resolution of critically aged requisitions, interface errors, pre-validation failures, MCVISTA rejects, unmatched transactions, and other priority abnormal transactions.

Experience Requirements:

Mandatory: 8 years of full-time experience (including internships) providing USMC/Navy ground or aviation supply-related services.

Waiverable/Substitutable: Additional four years of experience (12 years total) in lieu of degree

Certification Requirements:

Mandatory: N/A

Waiverable/Substitutable: CDFM / CGFM / DOD FM preferred not required

Education Requirements:

Mandatory: N/A

Waiverable/Substitutable: Four Year degree substitutable with additional four years of experience in lieu of degree

Work Type:

OnSite- MCAS Miramar/MCAS Pendleton, San Diego, CA

Clearance Requirements:

Secret Clearance Required