Job Description:

Aeyon seeks a highly skilled Level III Financial Analyst to ensure financial integrity, compliance, and operational effectiveness through rigorous financial management, audit response, internal controls evaluation, and policy development. This requirement will support the Deputy Commandant for Installations and Logistics priorities for modernizing business processes to support an effective internal control program and improve external reporting requirements. This program is a centralized, nationwide program that is responsible for meeting the requirements outlined in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-123 (OMB A-123), OMB Circular A-136 (OMB A-136), the Chief Financial Officer’s Act of 1990 and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) publications.

Key Responsibilities:

• Independently apply advanced technical expertise and skills to implement business solutions. Level IIIs direct project teams and interact with FM&C and Government clients at the Branch and Division Head Level.

• Financial Analysis and Reporting: Assist in the preparation and detailed analysis of periodic financial reports across various areas such as Garrison Property, Real Property, Military Equipment, and OM&S Ammo and Non-Ammo. Highlight and investigate any significant variances to maintain accuracy in financial representations.

• Process Documentation and Improvement: Contribute to financial processes and controls documentation. Identify process enhancements and efficiencies opportunities, advocating for adopting new technologies to streamline reporting.

• Risk and Control Assessment: Participate in risk assessments and control evaluations within financial reporting frameworks to identify potential risk areas and recommend mitigating actions.

• Data Integrity and Reconciliation: Ensure the integrity of financial data through rigorous reconciliation and validation efforts, comparing internal data with external sources to confirm accuracy.

• Substantive Testing Support: Support substantive testing activities by assisting in selecting samples and performing detailed examinations of financial transactions and balances, especially in high-risk areas.

• Training and Support: Provide support and training to team members and government personnel on financial reporting processes, controls, and best practices to ensure compliance and understanding across the team.

• Stakeholder Communication: Assist in communicating financial reporting outcomes and processes to stakeholders, preparing materials for review and endorsement, and facilitating clear understanding of financial data and control changes.

• Extensive experience in financial analysis, audit response, audit remediation, and internal controls within State or Federal Government agencies or large, complex organizations (greater than 1,000 employees).

• Deep understanding of OMB A-123, GAO Green Book, and internal control frameworks, especially within the Marine Corps or DoD context.

• Proven expertise in applying GAAP, SFFAS, and relevant OMB policies in financial management practices for State or Federal Government agencies or large, complex companies (greater than 1,000) employees.

• Strong analytical and problem-solving and proficiency in financial management software and tools.

Experience Requirements:

Mandatory: Six (6) years of progressive, relevant experience.

Certification Requirements:

Mandatory: One of the following professional certifications: CPA, CISA, CIA, CGFM or CDFM.

Education Requirements:

Mandatory: Four (4) year degree in accounting or business management-related field from an accredited institution.

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Clearance Requirements:

Active Secret Clearance is Required