CLEARANCE: DoD Secret ***Must hold an active DoD Secret, or above, clearance upon initial consideration.***
REQUISITION NUMBER: 010219.03-A8p
FUNCTIONAL / LABOR CATEGORY: Financial Manager
POSITION TITLE: Consultant – Senior Manager; all Subject Matter Expert (SME) Levels I through III can be considered
LOCATION: Huntsville, Alabama.

DESCRIPTION:
Sehlke Consulting is currently seeking qualified candidates to provide Audit Readiness and Audit Support as it relates to the Department of the Army’s Working Capital Fund audit and audit recovery.

Senior Manager

EDUCATION: Masters’ Degree in Accounting, Finance, Information Technology, Logistics
or Business Management

CERTIFICATIONS: Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA); Either of These certifications can substitute for the required Masters’ Degree.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Six (6) years of experience with Department of Defense financial management; Including 2 years of experience with Army audit readiness is desired.
• Knowledgeable of GAAP, FASAB, GAGAS, OMB Circular A-123, GAO Green Book, DoD Financial Management Regulation, and DoD and Army organizational structures.
• Experienced in performing audit readiness services within the Department of Defense. Specific Working Capital Fund Audit Readiness experience preferred.
• Familiar with current trends to enhance ERP systems, (GFEBS, GCSS-A, LMP).
• Familiar with pertinent Office of Management and Budget (OMB) policies and federal financial
management systems requirements.
• Familiar with DoD policies, systems and procedures for personnel, acquisition, inventory, property and
material management.

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Manager/ Working Capital Fund SME III

EDUCATION: Masters’ Degree in Accounting, Finance, Information Technology, Logistics
or Business Management

CERTIFICATIONS: Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM), Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM), CPA or CISA (Desired). 

REQUIREMENTS:
• Four (4) years of experience with Department of Defense financial management; Including 2 years of experience with Army audit readiness is desired.
• Knowledgeable of GAAP, FASAB, GAGAS, OMB Circular A-123, GAO Green Book, DoD Financial Management Regulation, and DoD and Army organizational structures.
• Experienced in performing audit readiness services within the Department of Defense. Specific Working Capital Fund Audit Readiness experience preferred.
• Familiar with current trends to enhance ERP systems, (GFEBS, GCSS-A, LMP).
• Familiar with pertinent Office of Management and Budget (OMB) policies and federal financial
management systems requirements.
• Familiar with DoD policies, systems and procedures for personnel, acquisition, inventory, property and
material management.

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Senior Consultant/SME II

EDUCATION: Masters’ Degree in Accounting, Finance, Information Technology, Logistics or Business Management. (Desired)

CERTIFICATIONS: Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM), Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM), CPA, or CISA. (Desired)

REQUIREMENTS:
• Two (2) years of experience with Department of Defense financial management. (Desired)
• Knowledgeable of GAAP, FASAB, GAGAS, OMB Circular A-123, GAO Green Book, DoD Financial Management Regulation, and DoD and Army organizational structures.
• Experienced in performing audit readiness services within the Department of Defense. Specific Working Capital Fund Audit Readiness experience preferred.
• Familiar with current trends to enhance ERP systems, (GFEBS, GCSS-A, LMP).
• Familiar with pertinent Office of Management and Budget (OMB) policies and federal financial
management systems requirements.
• Familiar with DoD policies, systems and procedures for personnel, acquisition, inventory, property and
material management.

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Consultant/SME I

EDUCATION: Bachelors in Accounting, Finance, Information Technology, Logistics or Business Management. (Desired)

CERTIFICATIONS: Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM), Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM), CPA or CISA. (Desired)

REQUIREMENTS:
• Knowledgeable of GAAP, FASAB, GAGAS, OMB Circular A-123, GAO Green Book, DoD Financial Management Regulation, and DoD and Army organizational structures.
• Experienced in performing audit readiness services within the Department of Defense. Specific Working Capital Fund Audit Readiness experience preferred.
• Familiar with current trends to enhance ERP systems, (GFEBS, GCSS-A, LMP).
• Familiar with pertinent Office of Management and Budget (OMB) policies and federal financial
management systems requirements.
• Familiar with DoD policies, systems and procedures for personnel, acquisition, inventory, property and
material management.

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LABOR CATEGORY DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provide audit support for the Army Headquarters, Army Materiel Command Headquarters, and subordinate Army Working Capital Fund (AWCF) activities, to facilitate interaction and execution of external financial statement audits and provide audit liaison support.
• Support the development of AWCF Corrective Action Plans (CAPs).
• Support the development of metrics, reporting capabilities and solutions for use by the Army in improving the financial management processes and decision making within the AWCF.
• Provide end-to-end assessments of business processes, including the identification of financial
reporting risks not sufficiently mitigated by control activities along with the controls necessary to
sufficiently mitigate the risk of material misstatement.
• Perform various Universe of Transaction to feeder system reconciliations
• Advise, design, and/or validate the status of Information Technology (IT) controls and processes.
• Support the design, assist in the implementation and validate then business processes to meet the Existence, Completeness, Rights and Valuation assertions for AWCF General Property, Plant and Equipment (GPP&E) and Inventory.
• Support Fund Balance with Treasury (FBwT) reconciliations.
• Perform assessment of all General Ledger activity within LMP for compliance with US Treasury’s “Treasury Financial Manual” (TFM).
• Support assessments and corrective action implementation for the Army’s Financial Reporting business process.
• Assist with the development of service organization agreements and eventual monitoring of their annual reports to understand and document the impact to the AWCF enterprise.
• Support AWCF A-123/Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Manager’s Internal Control Program (MICP)

 

Founded in 2011, Sehlke Consulting is a rapidly-growing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) headquartered in Arlington, VA. We are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer that values the strength of diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, medical condition or disability.

 

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