CLEARANCE:  Secret **This position requires a Secret Clearance, Active on the first day of performance.**
POSITION TITLE:  Finance Consultant 
LOCATION:  Tampa, Florida

To support and maintain financial improvement and audit readiness.
This operating Agency is responsible for  research, development, acquisition, procurement, and logistics. They work with Government, academia, and industry in meeting their mission to provide rapid and focused acquisition, technology, and logistics support to Warfighters, delivering the most effective capabilities to our Authorities.

• Bachelor’s Degree in one of the following discipline:
   - Logistics or SCM
   - Finance / Accounting
   - Business Management
   - Or Related Field
NOTE:  Transcripts shall be made available to the Government upon request.
CERTIFICATION(s): Criteria stated above
• 3 years of experience with DoD or other federal agency in their respective discipline.
• Experience shall include:
   - Tying materiel management elements to the financial statements.
   - Evaluating program deficiencies and preparing briefings for senior DoD leadership to address solutions
   - Government Contracting
• Travel is required to various CONUS and possibly OCONUS non-hazardous locations. The contractor shall travel as initiated by written tasking.  The contractor shall ensure that travel expenses are incurred in accordance with the limitations set forth in FAR 31.205-46.
- Chart of Definitions = Clarifies policy so all players understand matters from the same perspective.  Will cover financial and logistics terms such as capitalization threshold and what constitutes an end item.
- Policy Analysis = Outlines policy pertinent and business rules for financial and material management auditability issues.  Used to educate Government and contractor personnel
- Information Systems Analysis =Outlines capabilities of available financial and materiel management information systems to meet auditability requirements
- Financial Improvement Plans = FIAR efforts aligned to the FIAR methodology
-  Narratives = Describes end-to-end processes, from inception to reporting, including each step/transaction, significant systems, controls, and key risks of material management. Describes the interface with other cycles
- Flowcharts = A graphical depiction of each narrative summarizing the significant transaction flows in terms of input and outputs, processing steps, files & data used, units involved and interfaces with cycles and accounting applications
- Risk Analysis = Assesses and documents the likelihood of a risk occurrence and its magnitude, relative to processes that affect financial statements. 
- Test Plans = Describes tests that have been designed to test the effectiveness for an internal control, along with instructions for conducting the test
- Control Assessment Forms = Describes existing internal controls in financial processes, including documentation that is prepared evidencing the design and performance of the controls
- Corrective Action Plans = Plans to migrate deficiencies for control activities, processes, and/or systems policies, procedures and documentation; and implementation plans to execute a solution
- Organization Charts = Illustrate those organizations involved in each process
- Training Plans = Policy and procedures related to financial and materiel management as they relate to auditability
- Systems Listing = Listing of all financial systems and feeder systems related to each process
- Auditor Support Documentation = Assist with responses to audit samples and audit questions

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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