Job Description:

Support Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and internal controls efforts to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to advise and assist DLA in sustaining compliance for fully auditable financial statement reporting. This involves a detailed understanding of DLA end-to-end business policies, operational processes, and ERM experience to provide accounting, risk assessment, and audit support. Additionally, this involves support in audit support activities such as assessing, documenting, and resolving Notices of Findings and Recommendations (NFRs).

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

  • Analyzing business processes, i.e., policies and procedures for personnel, acquisition, inventory, property, and material management.
  • Provide support for the design and implementation of the ERM process as it relates to audit-related activities.
  • Reviewing NFRs and working with stakeholders on remediation techniques.
  • Identifying financial statement deficiencies and risks and perform root causes to develop detailed recommendations.
  • Perform tests to business processes and system controls.
  • Perform implementation of management solutions, to include developing training, workshop materials.
  • Directing and reviewing work performed by other staff.
  • Reading and applying guidance to standard operating procedures.
  • Utilize data analysis to analyze information.
  • Lead client-facing discussions and meetings.
  • Assist with minutes taken during the DLA Team meetings.
  • Update key documents to align with current DLA guidance.
  • Understanding of GAAP, GAGAS, OMB A-123, and FASAB.

Experience Requirements:

Mandatory: Four (4) years of accounting or financial experience, including supervising and directing efforts of staff. Financial statement audit experience or preparation of assertion packages

Preferred: GAAP/GAGAS/ICOR experience

  • OMB Circulars A-123, A-134, A-136, and other OMB policies FASAB, SSAC, and SFFAS experience
  • DoD and DLA financial management policies and procedures
  • DLA policies, systems and procedures for personnel, acquisition, inventory, property, and material management
  • Familiarity with FMS
  • Risk management, internal controls, ERM, and/or TOD/TOE experience

Certification Requirements:


CPA, CIA, CFE, CISA, CDFM, or CGFM certification

Education Requirements:

Mandatory: Bachelor’s degree in finance or business management/administration.

Waiverable/Substitutable: None.

Work Type:

Hybrid- Fort Belvoir, VA

Clearance Requirements:

Public Trust, Secret Clearance Preferred