Air National Guard Units FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ANALYST in Forbes AFB, Kansas
Summary THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION. This National Guard position is for a FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ANALYST, Position Description Number D2513000, D2514000, D2513000 and is part of the KS 190 Air Refueling Wing, National Guard. Responsibilities As a FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ANALYST, GS-0501-07/09/11, you will perform duties such as: GS 07/09: performs professional work requiring the application of accounting, budgeting, and manpower principles, theories, concepts, and practices to ensure that financial management, manpower, and accounting systems produce accurate results and meet legal and regulatory requirements. Incumbent performs work which requires adaptation of current or purposed systems and processes and a knowledge of automated resource management systems. GS 11: to plan, coordinate, and perform comprehensive Financial Management analysis, decision support and quality reviews, of base level accounting and financial management programs. Work involves preparing, analyzing, interpreting, presenting, and advising on accounting and financial data. The incumbent concurrently organizes and administers the operation of automated financial systems in support of financial management functions. The work requires a professional knowledge of accounting theories, principles, and practices. Duties performed are in support of state and Federal ANG operations, training, and readiness missions Work Schedule: This position works on a 5/4/9 compressed work schedule that consists of a 5 day workweek, then a 4 day workweek ( 8 nine-hour days and 1 eight-hour day and an SDO, Scheduled Day Off) to complete the 80 hour pay period. Work schedule is subject to change based on mission requirements. Telework: ELIGIBLE FOR SITUATIONAL TELEWORK ONLY, INCLUDING EMERGENCY AND PRESCRIBED "UNSCHEDULED TELEWORK" Requirements Conditions of Employment Qualifications Military Grades: E1 through E6 Compatible Military Assignments: 6F0X1 *MUST BE WILLING AND ABLE TO CROSS TRAIN GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Experience with clerical, office, or other work that indicates ability to acquire the particular knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of the position to be filled. Such as to apply and evaluate the applicant's competencies; military and civilian experiences, completed military and civilian education, learned skills, obtained knowledge, endorsed abilities, and training program accomplishments. The following six basic qualification factors are applicable to the GS-0501 Career Levels, as cited below: Skilled in collecting and analyzing data effectively, efficiently, and accurately; Ability to clearly enunciate English without impediment of speech that would interfere or prohibit effective communication; Ability to write English in reports and presentation formats; Ability to communicate clearly and effectively; Skilled in presenting formal training presentations and briefings; Skilled in applying procedures and directives by reading and interpreting program material SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: GS07/09: Must have at least three months of basic finance program training or competencies that provided knowledge of financial principles and procedures. The applicant must have some understanding of the basic principles and concepts of the National Guard financial business program requirements. Must have at least 12 months of finance program experiences and competencies that provided knowledge of financial principles and procedures. An applicant must have experiences and training that demonstrate the abilities to follow directions, to read, retain, and understand a variety of instructions, regulations, policies and procedures. Must have the knowledge and understanding of pay operations, such as Military Pay, Civilian Pay, Accounts Payable and Travel Pay. Skilled in providing pay services that include the examination, analysis, presentation, and interpretation of pay entitlements to Soldiers, Civilians, and Vendors. Competent to review and analyze pay accounts and knowledgeable of tax issues involving legislative rulings; or pay allowances and entitlements, or incentive and bonus pay circumstances. GS11: Must have at least 12 months of finance program experiences and competencies that provided knowledge of financial principles and procedures. Must have an excellent under-standing of the basic principles and concepts of the Air National Guard financial business program requirement and experiences along with training that demonstrates the abilities to follow directions, to read, retain, and understand a variety of instructions, regulations, policies and procedures. Must have a working knowledge of the Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) program. Skilled in presenting providing direction and guidance to support the comptroller in planning, implementing and meeting the FM FIAR program's objectives. Skilled in in applying related laws, regulations, precedents, methods and techniques of budgeting. Knowledgeable of the Office of the Management and Budget (OMB) compliance requirements with OMB Circular A-123 (OMB 123) and FM FIAR Guidance. Skilled and capable to follow the established FM FIAR Methodology which provides a step-by-step approach to achieving improved financial information and audit readiness. Skilled in developing management plans that document business and financial environment. Skilled in identifying and analyzing program risks and tests controls, weaknesses, and/or deficiencies. The technician must complete the higher financial management certification within 24 months of appointment to the position Education Substitution of Education for Specialized Experience: To qualify for the National Guard GS-0501 Title 32 Excepted Service positions, on the basis of completed undergraduate or graduate education, the awarded college degree should be in one of -or- be a combination of the following disciplines: Accounting, business, finance, economics, math, statistics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, or organizational management. AS A GENERAL RULE, ONE QUARTER COLLEGE CREDIT HOUR EQUALS .67 SEMESTER COLLEGE CREDIT HOUR. For example, to compute the number of semester hours an applicant earned, after he/she successfully completed 36 quarter credits in accounting discipline courses by: 1. Use the data point of .67 to compute Quarter Hours into Semester Hours: 36 Quarter Hours X .67 Semester Hour = 24 Semester Hours. OR 2. May compute the number of semester hours an applicant has earned, after he/she successfully completed 36 quarter credits in accounting discipline courses: 36 Quarter Hours /1.5 = 24 Semester Hours. Hint: Whether you are converting Semester Hours into Quarter Hours; or, Quarter Hours into Semester Hours, the applicable computation data points are correct You must provide transcripts or other documentation to support your Educational claims. To receive credit for Education, you must provide documentation of proof that you meet the Education requirements for this position. Additional Information If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/1959 and are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency (https://www.sss.gov/RegVer/wfRegistration.aspx). If you are unable to apply online or need to fax a document you do not have in electronic form, view the following link for information regarding an Alternate Application.