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Budget Analyst Junior Level

Salary Range:$50,000 - $60,000
Exempt/Non-Exempt:Exempt
Benefits:Full Benefits Package
Employment Type:Full Time
Location:Washington DC
Description:

MIRATEK currently supports the US Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration's Office of Second Line of Defense (SLD).  SLD assists partner countries mitigate the risk of illicit trafficking in nuclear and radiological materials by securing international land borders, seaports and airports that may be used as smuggling routes for materials needed for a nuclear device or a radiological dispersal device.  The program accomplishes this through the installation of radiation detection equipment, training and sustainability effort.  The SLD Office is organized into two areas: the Core Program and the Megaports Initiative.   

The Analyst reviews, correctly measures, thoroughly analyzes, and clearly communicates budget, cost, and project status to the Program as required and needed.  Applies strong Exceland Access skills as needed.  Will work closely with team members for the Department of Energy (DOE).

Duties:   

1) Assist the Program cost reporting process by tracking and reporting cost data, commitments and balances for all Contractors and Laboratories, to include Program reporting requirements and annual reconciliations.

2) Responsible for compiling and managing monthly and annual budgets and financial plans.

3) Responsible for updating the financial database with monthly budget and cost adjustments.  Incumbent will be required to support periodic reviews of budget consumption and costing at all levels of the Program and generate reports as requested, including cost/benefit analysis.

4) Provide program management and administration support to meet the needs of the Program relative to budget allocations, financial analysis and cost reporting.

5) Coordinates documentation required for regulatory agency audits.

6) Assists the Program with short and long-range forecasting including life cycle model development, revision, and reporting. Incumbent will support training activities to the DOE, National Laboratories and other Program contractors, including but not limited to, utilization of the Program financial system, cost reporting and budget overview, inventory reporting and related systems such as word processing and spreadsheet application software.

7) Coordinate with Contracts Management to ensure all contracts are funded appropriately.  Training services will include but not be limited to, curriculum development, manuals and course materials, attendance control, scheduling, and desktop publishing.

8) Some travel to domestic and international locations may be required.   

Qualifications: 

Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance with two to three years experience or equivalent work experience.  Experience in governmental accounting a plus.

Knowledge of Microsoft Office software applications.

Must have strong information technology skills specifically in  Excel and Access with a strong financial background.

Must have excellent communication and organizational skills.  Must be able to work independently and with minimal direction and supervision. Possess extreme confidentiality and professionalism and able to prioritize, monitor and work on multiple projects and tasks concurrently.  

Experience working with the Department of Energy (DOE) preferred.

 



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