BILLABLE LABOR CATEGORY: Financial Analyst - Middle




Generally, the Middle Financial Analyst supports the planning, policy, execution, reporting, and oversight of Financial Management (FM) operations. Support budget formulation, budget execution, cost accounting, resource evaluation and analysis (RE&A), OMB A-123, and financial statement audit initiatives. Support the formulation, evaluation, interpretation, and application of proposed and published FM policies and procedures. Support Fiscal Year (FY) closeout activities, including funds execution, reconciliation, validation, and certification. Support the development and delivery of financial management training, assistance, and inspection programs. Develop and deliver briefings relative to FM operations. Individuals may also supervise peer and/or junior financial analysts.

Specifically, the Middle Financial Analyst position will be supporting U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific (MARFORPAC) activities and personnel with the execution of assigned responsibilities within the Defense Agencies Initiative (DAI). This includes services that directly support the recent Standard Accounting Budgeting and Reporting System (SABRS) to DAI business system migration, including training and sustainment of all modules. This also includes receiving, analyzing, prioritizing, coordinating, diagnosing, and resolving requests for assistance through virtual, remote, and 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 service-wide solutions. Duties and expectations include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Knowledge of legacy business processes, SABRS/SMARTS reports, and feeder system tools to analyze historical financial transactions and reconcile Key Supporting Documentation (KSD) to SABRS and DAI balances.
  • Familiarity with and capability to access, navigate, and transact within DAI.
  • Familiarity with DAI modules: Budget-to-Report (B2R), Procure-to-Pay (P2P), Order-to-Cash (O2C), Cost Accounting (CA), Oracle Time and Labor (OTL), and reporting through Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE).
  • Provide functional and technical expertise to assist the workforce in the execution of their assigned responsibilities.
  • Integrate job aids/quick reference guides specific to the USMC configuration, encompassing the most performed business processes into informal training opportunities to increase proficiency across the user base.
  • Assist USMC activities with the timely resolution of critically aged interface errors, pre-validation failures, MCVISTA rejects, unmatched transactions, and other abnormal transactions.
  • Identify anomalies or unexpected results when navigating in DAI, recording information, or validating interfaced data.
  • Identify and research performance trends and processing gaps, coordinate with stakeholders, and report findings and recommendations to client management for resolution.

CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS: Secret or ability to achieve

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s Degree preferred not required

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Approximately 6 – 10 years of experience in USMC financial management, including procurement and requisition lifecycle management. General working knowledge of the following systems and associated reports: DAI, OBIEE, SABRS, SMARTS, GCSS-MC, SYNCADA, DTS, GSA, EBS, PIEE/WAWF, WebVLips, CEDMS, LDG, STORES, EEBP, and DMLSS.


  • Limited travel may be required, not anticipated to exceed four (4) weeks per year.
  • Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing, including the ability to lead periods of informal virtual, remote, and in-person support/training with DAI users.
  • Ability to multi-task and employ problem-solving skills.

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