Financial Analyst

Washington, DC, District of Columbia, United States
Apply by 12 March 2018
Posted on 16 November 2017

Job Description

The Financial Analyst provides day-to-day financial support to projects/programs in the Mission and Institutional Support Division, including interfacing with project management, client, and contractor personnel, as well as with corporate accounting activities and departments. This position is responsible for overseeing project financial management, requiring an understanding and familiarity with overall project execution, including budgeting, cost reporting, cost control, schedule, and anticipated cost and project profitability.

  • Provide day-to-day financial oversight and management of contract funding, maintain funding pipelines for all contract elements and provide funding analysis, budget requests and forecasts as requested.
  • Provide multi-source fund management and quality reports in short timeframes
  • Manage complex Excel spreadsheets, create charts and presentations, draft talking points and briefing papers that reflect budget analysis to leadership.
  • Demonstrate responsive customer service and maintain close working relationships with a variety of internal and external stakeholders or customers.
  • Analyze and review foreign assistance programs, pipelines, and policy directives that inform the budget formulation process.
  • Prepare documentation and track information related to procurement and financial management.
  • Assist with the development, improvement, and management of effective budget and data tracking systems.
  • Collect, analyze, and organize program data, reports, and files.
  • Develop information for use in program management, briefings, publications, and reports of all kinds.
  • Assist with procurement planning, technical reviews, and award administration, such as supporting solicitation preparations and proposal and/or application reviews.
  • Support field based programs as needed
  • Serve as a cost preparer resource on division-led proposals
  • Provide budget development support to other programs and mentor junior staff
  • Master’s degree in business, accounting, finance or other relevant field, and five years of experience in budget formulation, budget management, and forecasting, OR Bachelor’s degree plus seven additional years of experience.
  • Previous experience working with USAID required
  • High proficiency with office administration software (including Microsoft Office, database management, and Google Drive).
  • Experience with project management, administration, reporting, monitoring, procurement and financial operations (preferably in international development)

About the Organization

Since 2001, Dexis has provided innovative management solutions for a secure and prosperous world. In the last three years alone, Dexis has worked in 90 countries supporting critical missions of agencies in the global development and security assistance space. With triple digit growth in recent years, Dexis was ranked in the top 10 consulting firms by funding at the US Agency for International Development in FY16 and FY17. Dexis was also among the highest rated employers on Glassdoor, where many of its 250-plus employees cited a people-centered leadership and culture as the main drivers to its success.

Dexis is an equal opportunity employer offering employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, citizenship, physical or mental handicap, or status as a disabled or Vietnam Era veteran of the US Armed Forces.

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