The Financial Analyst develops, interprets and implements financial / administrative / accounting concepts or techniques for financial analysis.
Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
Conducts special studies to analyze financial actions and prepares recommendations for policies and procedures
Interprets and applies policies, government legislation and accounting theories
Ensures compliance with internal procedures and regulatory agencies
Responsible for administrative activities associated with estimate to complete (ETC) updates, research and correction of problems and general maintenance systems under direct supervision
Assists with analyzing BAT performance to provide variances for bid, budget and forecast
Aides in preparation of audits and reports for both customer and management.
Runs queries from databases to gather data assigned contract under BAT
Reviews contract documents and correspondence for internal consistency and conformance with established procedures.
Maintains an open communication on the day-to-day activities of BAT with management to verify policies, procedures current and future operations
Performs other duties as required
Knowledge & Skills
Working knowledge of Microsoft applications (i.e., Excel, Word, Access)
Extensive skill with spreadsheet and data base programs
Operate a ten key calculator by touch
Self-motivating abilities and can meet deadlines
Knowledge of CostPoint, OnBase, DynMro preferred
Additional knowledge / skills may be required by contract or assignment
Experience & Education
Two (2) years experience in financial environment
Bachelor’s degree in an finance, accounting or related area.
Two (2) years experience in accounting may be substituted for each year of the four (4) years of college
Additional experience / education may be required by contract or assignment
Physical Requirements / Working Environment
Normal Office Environment