Leader Communications Incorporated
Oklahoma City, OK, United States
Finance, Manager, Accounting
The candidate shall conduct research and financial analysis on obligations and provide required documentation status and shall focus on line reconciliation and related actions required to correct problems experienced during execution in FMS case closures.
Duties and Responsibilities
Work with assigned Government Program and Financial Managers to identify document resolve problems case reconciliation and other financial duties
Perform all research necessary to validate reconcile and resolve all financial and resource transactions identified by the FMS organizations
Analyze obligation data to identify required corrective actions to balance financial accounts between various financial systems to include available contracting and accounting systems: GAFS/BQ MOCAS CRIS FM Suite JO25 EDA SDW ABSS EDM CCaR WAWF and other systems
Contact and coordinate with other personnel involved in the contract obligation process i.e. Resource Advisors Program Managers Contracting Officers AFSC/FZ and Defense Finance Accounting Service (DFAS) Air Force Security Assistance and Cooperation (AFSAC) and personnel as necessary to obtain source documents validate balances determine status and request audits and corrections
Maintain document activities of work in progress and update an online spreadsheet owned by the government and residing in shared folders on the government network which contains specific analysis on personnel contacted audits performed and actions taken
Assist with preparing corrective paperwork and forwarding to the appropriate Air Force personnel for approval and authorization. Once documents are approved and authorized the document shall be forwarded to the appropriate office for correction and tracked to completion. All completed files shall be filed centrally and remain the sole property of the Government
Assist in the preparation of briefing materials on an as needed basis
Participate in all program activities meetings teleconferences and discussions as required and related to all financial and resource transactions and management.
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. He or she will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties requested by his or her supervisor.
Education and Experience
BS/BA degree in finance accounting or related degree - preferred
Minimum of twelve years’ experience in financial management is required
Experience supporting financial aspects of USAF programs - preferred
Skills and Certifications
Possess knowledge of and provide assistance with budget and financial aspects of USAF programs
Experience with DoD and USAF budget and financial systems
Strong written and verbal communications skills
Proficient with Microsoft Office tools including Access Excel Word PowerPoint and Project
Not required to lift more than 10lbs.
Position requires sitting for long periods of time. (Sedentary Work)
Most duties require extended use of a keyboard and computer monitor
Extended Telephone Use
LCI is an equal opportunity employer veteran/disabled
If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position please contact HR by phone at (405) 622-2200 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Leader Communications Incorporated
Website : http://www.lcibest.com/
From its inception in late 1998, LCI was founded upon the principle of providing the best product and the best people at the best price. Led by CEO and President Michael "Mike" O. Lyles, LCI partnered with our very first customer-the United States Air Force (USAF) High Frequency Global Communications System (HFGCS) Program Office - to continue the path to centralization and cost-savings Mike began during his 21-year career in the USAF. Under Mike's leadership, LCI developed and led the USAF's High Frequency (HF) Systems Capable of Planned Expansion (SCOPE) Command "Lights Out" capability, which provides remotely controlled operation of a worldwide command and control network from a Centralized Network Control Station - an innovative approach that took operations centralization from a concept to a demonstrated and implemented reality, saving millions of dollars. The Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Programs recognized these accomplishments by naming the "Lights Out" Modification Team as one of seven winners to receive the 2001 Air Force Productivity Excellence Award.