The Finance and Accounting Branch performs a vast array of financial services, including: ensuring the segregation of duties for strong internal controls; managing the requirements of both the internal and external financial audit requirements; oversight of the Unified Financial Management System; oversight of the reimbursable program; reviewing, processing, and certifying the validity of obligations; tracking invoices; reconciling accounts; processing travel authorizations and vouchers, etc.
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As a Supervisory Budget Analyst, GS-0560-15, your typical work assignments may include the following:
Administering and managing all aspects of three major compensation programs comprised of the September 11th Victim Compensation Program involving $2.5 billion annually in expected payments; the Radiation Exposure Compensation Program involving $70 million annually in expected payments; and the Vaccine Compensation Program involving roughly $18 million annually in expected payments per year.
Providing oversight over a robust reimbursable program.
Reviewing, processing, and certifying obligations.
Reviewing internal controls and identifying potential problems and recommending appropriate mechanisms to address potential weaknesses and areas of concern.
Serving as the point of contact for financial audits, representing the Civil Division in meetings with the Quality Control and Compliance Group of the JMD Finance staff and the external auditors.
Exercising the full range of supervisory and personnel management authorities and responsibilities in directing the work of a subordinate staff as well as developing long-range objectives for the program functions managed.
Ensuring all appropriate staff members are trained or briefed accordingly on the Unified Financial Management System.
Providing financial and accounting oversight and services for 14 separate funding sources totaling over $3.5 billion per year that include one-year, two-year, multi-year, no-year reimbursable, sub allotment and permanent -indefinite funding.
Developing requests for proposals to ensure the contractor provided accounts maintenance function meets the needs of the Civil Division's financial operations.
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Conditions of Employment
You must be a United States Citizen or National.
You must successfully pass a security/background investigation and a drug screening.
You must be a current Federal employee within the Department of Justice on a competitive service appointment.
You must meet all applicable time-in-grade requirements by the closing of this announcement.
Additional selections may be made from this announcement, for up to 90 days, if additional positions become available.
Financial Disclosure: If selected, you may be required to disclose financial information in accordance with DOJ and Federal ethics guidelines.
To qualify for the GS-15: You must have at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-14 Federal grade level that demonstrates mastery of the concepts, principles, and practices of budgeting and/or financial management such as administering and managing compensation programs, preparing audit sample packages reviewing potential audit concerns and implementing solutions to audit Notices of Findings and Recommendations (NFR), providing oversight of a large reimbursable program, recommending solutions to financial issues, experience developing budgetary submissions and providing authoritative source of advice and assistance for other analysts in the formulation of budgetary and financial actions.
Time-in-Grade: Federal employees must meet time-in-grade requirements for consideration.
You MUST meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement.
This job does not have an education qualification requirement.
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