CLEARANCE: DoD Secret ***Must hold an active DoD Secret, or above, clearance for initial consideration.***
REQUISITION NUMBER: 012819.01-O4p
FUNCTIONAL / LABOR CATEGORY: Finance Subject Matter Expert
POSITION TITLE: Subject Matter Expert I/II
LOCATION: MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida

DESCRIPTION:
Sehlke Consulting is currently supporting audit readiness initiatives serving USSOCOM and seeking Finance Subject Matter Experts qualified against the requirements, and able to perform the duties, listed below.

EDUCATION:
• Masters' Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, or Business Management required.
OR
• Bachelors' Degree in Accounting or Finance with a CPA.
OR
• Bachelors' Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or Business Management with 10 years of experience in Financial Management.

CERTIFICATIONS: Certified Defense Financial Management (CDFM), Certified Government Financial Management (CGFM), or CPA desired.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
• Two or more years of experience preparing financial and material management reports IAW FIAR compliance or other FIAR-related activities that clearly demonstrate expertise in FIAR requirements.
• Five years of experience with DoD or another federal agency in Financial Management. Financial Management experience includes activities such as: monitoring budget execution, preparing financial documentation and reports, preparing trial balances, reconciling accounts, budget formulation, completing financial transactions in accounting and financial management systems, auditing, or similar tasks.
• Combined experience should include:
• Audit readiness requirements for DoD
• Tying material management elements to the financial statements.
• Evaluating program deficiencies and preparing briefings for GO/FO/SES level DoD leadership to address solutions.
• Justifying policy change, systems acquisition, or budget justification.

LABOR CATEGORY DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provide Audit Sample Management: research, collecting, analysis and SharePoint submission.
• Recommend changes to existing procedures to comply with auditability and other legal requirements or for efficiency.
• Evaluate auditability internal controls and recommend changes or additional controls.
• Work the Government Open Document List (ODL) to determine whether requirements for the obligations still exist. Prepare documents to clear obligations that are no longer required.
• Evaluate current efforts to account for property and recommend additional courses of action (COAs) as required. Support the Government in implementing those COAs and Corrective Action Plans (CAPs).
• Support Government efforts with data cleansing, which will consist of reviewing, validating, and correcting data in the property and financial systems.
• Analyze the effectiveness of physical inventories and compliance (or noncompliance) with audit standards.
• Support Government efforts in creating a training plan on pertinent FIAR related topics and provide training toGovernment personnel.


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