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Trust Consulting Services Inc.

Financial Analyst



Job Description
FINANCIAL ANALYST

Organizationally, the Financial Analyst falls directly under the supervision of the Contractor’s PM who will provide day to day assignments. The Financial Analyst may; however, consult directly with NHTSA’s Office of the Chief Financial Officer and Office of Financial Management when seeking clarification or providing advice. In performing its duties, the Financial Analyst will be required to work with DOT-specific databases such as DELPHI and PRISM. This person may be required to respond to quires related to the Data Act and work with USASpending to help ensure NHTSA complies with various reporting requirements. The Financial Analyst may also work with NHTSA’s Office of Regional Operations and Program Delivery in overseeing Federal grant funds associated with the national highway safety grant program. A strong background in Federal government accounting policies and procedures is required. This individual may be required to reconcile and analyze various accounting reports and data, review SF-133s, financial statements and notes. In addition, the Financial Analyst shall review journal vouchers, Snapshot reports (Monthly Travel Reports) and Quarterly Civil Penalties reports and prepare record entries in BEM (Budget authority and apportionments); prepare unobligated balance reports for management and A-123 documentation for Financial Management. This person will work with program/budget staff to help resolve issues and or discrepancies with DELPHI.

Agency: Department of Transportation
1200 New Jersey Ave SE, Washington DC 20590
Navy Yard Metro (right across the street)

Years of Experience: Minimum of 7 years of government experience desired

Opening: Immediate Hire

Term: Base and four (4) Option Periods

Salary: Commensurate with Experience

Hours: Monday – Friday. Alternate Work Schedule is allowed.









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