Job Description:

Aeyon seeks a highly skilled Level IV Financial Analyst dedicated to ensuring 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:

Performs independent quality assurance reviews of program performance and deliverables to meet contractual obligations. Responsible for on-site quality control, review, and approval of working papers and findings, and adherence to applicable standards, laws, policies, and regulations. Leads teams for complex work streams and/or are recognized accounting and financial management experts. Level IVs primarily interact with FM&C and Government clients at the Division Head and above.

  • Risk Assessment and Management: Conduct comprehensive risk assessments for critical business mission areas, employing OMB A-123 guidelines to identify and mitigate potential risks.
  • Control Matrices and Documentation: Develop and update risk control matrices and Key Supporting Documentation (KSD) matrices, ensuring alignment with corrective action and policy changes.
  • Process Narratives and Policy Alignment: Maintain and update business process narratives and the Real Property Accountability Officer (RPAO) guide, ensuring they reflect current policies and guidance.
  • Internal Control Testing and Remediation: Oversee internal control testing, including Test of Design (TOD) and Test of Operating Effectiveness (TOE), and lead remediation efforts to address control deficiencies.
  • Training and Support: Create and deliver internal control assessment training packages to Field Supply and Maintenance Analysis Office (FSMAO) organizations, emphasizing OMB A-123 and GAO Green Book principles.
  • Monitoring and Reporting: Establish monitoring procedures to assess the effectiveness of the internal control program and report on CAP progress, ensuring alignment with the Marine Corps RMIC framework.
  • Quality Assurance and Compliance: Conduct independent quality assurance reviews, ensuring program performance and deliverables meet or exceed standards and regulatory requirements.
  • Policy and Procedure Development: Develop and update policies, procedures, and guidelines to enhance financial management practices and compliance.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Engage with senior FM&C and government clients, providing expert advice on accounting and financial management issues.
  • Team Leadership and Development: Lead complex workstreams and guide team members, fostering professional development and team cohesion.
  • 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.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and direct project teams, providing clear guidance and direction.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, and project management skills. Proficient in financial management software and tools.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact with high-level stakeholders and lead teams.

Experience Requirements:

Mandatory: Nine (9) years of progressive, relevant experience, including six (6) years of experience leading financial management services and related projects.

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.

Work Type:

Hybrid- Pentagon

Clearance Requirements:

Active Secret Clearance is Required