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Accounting - Project Control Analyst III
Ref No.: 18-04996
Location: Herndon, Virginia
Position Type:Contract to Hire
Accounting – Project Control Analyst III
Herndon VA
MUST
Project Control Analyst III
10+ years' experience the working with Gov't contracts planning, tracking, analysis, and reporting of projects of varying contract type, size, complexity, and level of risk and complex service projects.
10+ years' experience and understanding of multiple contract types: Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Fixed Price Level of Effort (FPLOE), Time and Materials (T&M), Cost Plus Award Fee (CPAF), Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF), and hybrid contract required
Experienced in communicating complex or technical information at a level to solicit or explain it to a variety of levels within the organization. Able to effectively communicate this information through written correspondence and reports.
10+ years' experience providing general project control support: cost and variance analysis, funding and billing analysis, unbilled analysis, cleanup, At-Risk analysis, timecard and invoice corrections
10+ years' experience prepares appropriate Job Set Up documentation to process contract awards and modifications, developing appropriate
10+ years' experience with work Breakdown Structures (WBS), including CLIN, SubCLIN, and ACRN levels
10+ years' experience Assists with periodic financial close to ensure proper revenue, billing, cost, and profit values
10+ years' experience Provides monthly financial reports to customers in accordance with contractual requirements
10+ years' experience Maintains accrual and revenue adjustment records to ensure compliant backup documentation.
10+ years' experience Manages contract closeout, including processing contract and subcontractor de-obligations.
10+ years' experience Analyzes projects to identify lagging costs and prepare accruals for finance team
10+ years' experience developing and maintains Estimates at Completion (EACs) for projects
Requires strong expertise with CostPoint, Cognos, word processing and electronic spreadsheet skills.

SharePoint skills a plus
Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business or a related discipline required
DUTIES
The Project Control Analyst III position participates in the planning, tracking, analysis, and reporting of projects of varying contract type, size, complexity, and level of risk.
The Project Controller will work closely with Project Managers and functional or support organizations but should also be able to work independently and demonstrate initiative and critical thinking.
Provides general project control support: cost and variance analysis, funding and billing analysis, unbilled analysis, cleanup, At-Risk analysis, timecard and invoice corrections
Prepares appropriate Job Set Up documentation to process contract awards and modifications, developing appropriate
Work Breakdown Structures (WBS), including CLIN, SubCLIN, and ACRN levels
Assists with periodic financial close to ensure proper revenue, billing, cost, and profit values
Provides monthly financial reports to customers in accordance with contractual requirements
Maintains accrual and revenue adjustment records to ensure compliant backup documentation.
Manages contract closeout, including processing contract and subcontractor deobligations.
Analyzes projects to identify lagging costs and prepare accruals for finance team
Develops and maintains Estimates at Completion (EACs) for projects
Provides data and populates standard templates for internal program reviews
Prepares written and verbal reports to management regarding cost schedule variances
May assist manager with internal quality audits in support of ISO 9001:2008 and CMMI SVC-II quality standards and policies.
May implement Earned Value methodologies and perform related variance analyses
May provide schedule support for new business proposal development, providing input to the Management and Cost volumes of the proposal
Works closely with financial analyst to adhere to financial policies and procedures in support of projects
Uses discretion and judgment in handling sensitive, proprietary, and confidential material
Duties require initiative, knowledge, flexibility and judgment.
Must be a critical thinker and able to develop solutions of their own to solve problems





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