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Senior Financial Task Manager

Company Name:
KeyLogic Systems
KeyLogic is seeking outstanding candidates with industry experience to join our expanding team!
Senior Financial Task Manager

Location:
National Capital Region
Job Code:
661
Description
The Senior Financial Task Managers will assist financial managers in their decision-making processes by providing relevant and reliable financial information to help our government customer meet the requirements of the Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR). The Task Manager will direct completion of project-specific tasks; will manage day-to-day activities and will review work products for quality, completeness, and adherence to customer requirements.
Requirements for the position
Active Department of Defense Secret Clearance
CPA, CISA and/or CIA certification
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Management related discipline
A minimum of 20 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits each fiscal year; 120 CPE credits over a three-year rolling period
Five (5) years of accounting or financial management experience, including three (3)+ years leading business management and/or financial management services projects
Experience performing financial statement audits in the Department of Defense, federal agencies, or commercial Fortune 400 organizations and/or preparation of assertion packages
Experience leading large, complex engagements and complex teams
Familiarity with Department of Defense and Air Force financial management policies and procedures
Audit readiness preparation for an SBR or PP&E audit IAW FIAR Guidance
Preparations and/or reviews of SBR or E&C assessable unit assertion packages IAW FIAR Guidance
GAAP, GAGAS, ICOFR experience
FASAB, SSAC and SFFAS experience
OMB Circulars A-123, A-127, A-134, A-136 and other OMB policies
Air Force policies, systems, and procedures for personnel, acquisition, inventory, property and material management
Familiarity with JOCAS and FMS, CDFM, or CGFM

About KeyLogic:
KeyLogic Systems specializes in Knowledge Management, Program Management, and Portfolio and Performance Management solutions that enable our customers to make better business decisions for their organization. KeyLogic's performance has earned the company a solid reputation for high standards, proactive solutions and an outstanding commitment to the customer, best exemplified by our 97% customer satisfaction rating and our record of never having a one-time customer. All of our customers have provided repeat business.
KeyLogic has achieved fourteen consecutive years of growth since its founding in 1999. KeyLogic serves as the prime contractor on nearly 75% of its contracts, with work split almost evenly between the defense and civilian sectors. Our client list includes the Department of Defense (DoD), where we provide services for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and the U.S. Army and Navy, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Departments of Labor (DOL), Energy (DOE), Transportation (DOT) and Treasury (including the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)), General Services Administration (GSA), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
KeyLogic has successfully attained a Capability Maturity Model Integration for Development (CMMI-DEV) Maturity Level 3 Rating. CMMI-DEV is a process improvement approach for software engineering and organizational development that provides organizations with the essential best practices needed to meet business goals. Only three-percent of small and medium federal contractors have achieved CMMI Maturity Level 3. KeyLogic joins this distinguished group.
As a result of the company's rapid growth and success, KeyLogic has been recognized by Washington Technology and Inc. magazines as one of the fastest growing private companies working in today's government contracting market.
KeyLogic Systems, Inc. is Proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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