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KBR Wyle
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Finance & Accountancy
Category: Office
This position is on Tinker AFB and will require interfacing with government personnel. Duties are as follows:
• Support Government Budget Analysts with daily financial operations that may be directly or indirectly related to CCaR
• Support Government Program Managers with forecasting and requirements management
• Research DFAS posting errors and identifying corrective actions
• Sustain and administer CCaR including program planning, financial budgeting, financial management, tracking and reporting and evaluating metrics
• Provide sustained budget and execution, reconciliation
• Provide day-to-day CCaR maintenance (reconciliation and forecasting) to ensure accuracy of Government organizations’ financial data within CCaR
• Review TLS to ensure Government is in compliance with FIAR guidance
• Develop financial charts and correct all discrepancies
• Provide day-to-day Executive CCaR guidance to organization personnel
• Maintain CCaR user accounts and privileges
• Advise Government personnel on how to implement and configure CCaR support features to provide support of Division business goals
• Provide guidance on insertion of business process approval flows, budget definitions, business rules, user privileges, custom fields, and definable general data fields
• Populate the CCaR system with user accounts, budget structures, custom field reporting, coordination workflows, and system settings
• Populate the requirements portion of the database with existing source data provided by the Government organization (i.e. spreadsheets, hardcopy documents) in order to establish a budget baseline
• Adjust the CCaR system capability by tailoring, updating, and/or changing the database structure when the Government organization’s business processes, procedures or requirements necessitate
• Monitor the accuracy of the Government organization’s data. In the event of data discrepancies, coordinate and resolve corrections and solutions with Government personnel
• Utilize financial data within the CCaR system to automatically generate charts and reports to include, but may not be limited to:
- Budget Execution Reviews
- “Stop Light,” “Snake Charts,” “Sand Charts” and 1537 Report
- Checkbook Reports
- POM submission data
- Research, Development, Test & Evaluation Documents (R-DOC) Financial Plans
- Monthly Budget Reviews
- Other Ad Hoc Reports
- Forecasting Reports
• Perform all tasks necessary to implement and technically configure the CCaR system for use with Executive CCaR. Includes but may not be limited to:
- Configuration of database link to SMART
- Verification of the CCaR/SMART program list
- Map CCaR budgets to the SMART program list, to include updates and modifications
- Review and provide sanitation scrub of the CCaR/SMART program list
- Coordinate and review CCaR financial data prior to the automated data push
- Verify published data in respective applications
- Technical training for database support to the Government’s technical support
• Provide CCaR and Executive CCaR training and adapt training to the Government’s organizational processes and requirements
• Provide training on any changes to CCaR based on updated Government organization processes or requirements. Training shall consist of three (3) types:
- General Overview –Focused on individuals who initiate financial documents or manage requirements
- Approver – Focused on individuals whose primary role is to approve financial documents, budgets, forecasts and requirements.
- Program, Financial, and Contract Managers – Comprehensive training for personnel covering all aspects of their respective CCaR capabilities and business processes

Education/Experience: This position requires a bachelor's degree and at least two (2) years of experience supporting the DoD in the capacity described above. Four (4) years of related experience may substitute for the degree requirement. Applicant must possess experience in the following skills: MS Office tools, data management and records keeping.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: The successful applicant must be capable of working independently and in a team environment and possess good communication skills, both written and oral. The individual must be able to occasionally brief results to other team members and to KBRWyle and our customers. The successful applicant shall be subject to compliance with DoD, Air Force and lower level Financial Management policy, publications, supplements, manuals, etc., as well as other applicable documents and regulations, systems, processes and guides, as required.

Applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability

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