CLEARANCE: **Position requires the eligibility to obtain and maintain a SECRET Level Security Clearance**
REQUISITION NUMBER: 012618.16-M3
FUNCTIONAL / LABOR CATEGORY: Senior Financial Consultant III
POSITION TITLE: Consultant
LOCATION: Kansas City, MO

DESCRIPTION:
 Sehlke Consulting provides Audit Review and Financial Reconciliation support to the Marine Corps Payroll Reconciliation Team (MCPRT). Sehlke Consulting is currently seeking qualified candidates to work at the Kansas City, MO location as a Financial Consultant.  


EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in Accounting or a related discipline.


CERTIFICATION(s): N/A


LABOR CATEGORY / DUTIES: 

• In-depth accounting, financial auditing logistic and administrative support to identify, correct and recommend solutions to abnormal accounting conditions in the MILPAY Appropriations (1105 and 1108) to include Outstanding Travel Advances (OTA), obligation amounts for the Personal Property Moves/Household Goods Shipments, and Outstanding Aged obligations.
• Analyze, develop, recommend and advise on technical process and logistics solutions to correct problem areas and ensure improved customer support.
• Develop and maintain the information management tools, processes, and systems to accurately capture, maintain, and analyze enterprise financial accounting data required to develop, implement, and continually refine Marine Corps enterprise-level business and financial process improvements.
• Provide required administrative and logistics management and support.
• Ensure the accuracy of Military Personnel payroll execution data.
• Coordinate system/policy changes that support and facilitate the Military Personnel reconciliation process.
• Provide technical assistance to the Finance Branch, Fiscal Division, Programs and Resources Department (RFF), and other Marine Corps organizational elements that develop and maintain automated financial management applications that impact the Military Pay appropriations.
• Maintain required communications with numerous organizations within the Marine Corps, OSD, DoN and DFAS.
• Data collection, redaction of data, scanning of key supporting documents and uploading of documentation to audit portals
• Reconciliation of obligations and liquidations within multiple Marine Corps systems
• Answer follow on questions within a timely Manner
• Responsible for maintaining tracking of audit samples that have been addressed as well as any follow up that was provided
• Requires analytical ability and knowledge
• Will be trained for knowledge of automated accounting systems and subsystems including accounting procedures and methods used in the recording, retrieval, and correction, of accounting information

REQUIREMENTS:

• Requires analytical ability and knowledge
• Position requires the eligibility to obtain and maintain a SECRET Level Security Clearance

 

Founded in 2011, Sehlke Consulting is a rapidly-growing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) headquartered in Arlington, VA – and an Equal Opportunity Employer that values the strength diversity brings to the workplace. Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

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