Senior Financial/Program Analyst
Arlington, VA 
Posted 19 days ago
Job Description
Senior Financial/Program Analyst
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
ID 2022-1831
Category Accounting/Finance
Type Full Time Regular
Telecommute Yes
Career Pathing Stream Consulting / Direct
Career Pathing Levels Principal

AVIAN is seeking a Senior Financial/Program Analyst to support the Office of Naval Research in Arlington, VA.

AVIAN (pronounced *a-v-yin*) is an employee-owned, entrepreneurial-spirited company where creative, talented minds flourish, and where proactive, productive, proficient professionals feel valued.

We are resourceful, responsive and reachable for various government and commercial clients in program, financial, and logistics management; engineering and systems engineering; test and evaluation of manned and unmanned systems; workforce development and training; communication strategy and graphic design.

The type of work we do is a direct result of the creativity of our team, and the talents they bring. But in the end, we are all driven by the purpose of taking care of those around us.

We're seeking people that are passionate and excited about creating well-crafted products and memorable experiences with our customers. We are not in the market of automated transactions; we build lasting relationships.

This position is 90% remote and offers competitive salary and benefits.

    Provide senior-level financial/program analyst support to ONR Code 33 in Arlington, Virginia - to include high-level business/financial support, training of junior financial analysts, reviewing of Purchase Requests (PRs), acting as a leader across the analyst team, contributing to departmental financial reports, and providing support to the Code 33 Business Financial Manager (BFM).
  • Assist in performing financial analysis for a variety of funds and funding sources to protect against federal anti-deficiency violations, internal procedural and accounting errors, and any other applicable problems associated with sources and usage of funds.
  • Prepare and research funding documents within NERP and PPS; track commitments, obligations and expenditures of funding; and assist in resolving issues related to NERP Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) funding that are not meeting financial benchmarks related to commitments, obligations, and/or expenditures across multiple contractors/performers.
  • Track the expenditures and the performance of ONR-funded or managed efforts.
  • Assist in developing presentations or reports for speaker presentations and Department of Navy higher echelon briefings. This may involve compiling data from multiple individuals in specific software formats, such as Microsoft PowerPoint or Word.
  • Draft funding documents and Purchase Requests (PRs).
  • Conduct qualitative and quantitative analyses of financial data, operations, and requirements to assist in the development of program improvements within the Departments.
  • Assist program officers and other government personnel with utilizing the following systems and software to manage project activities and resources to mitigate risk throughout the project lifecycle, track project execution for planned and actual progress related to schedule, cost and technical performance, and monitor project action items and progress: Navy Marine Corps Internet (NMCI), Computer Optimized Batch Reconciliation Application (COBRA), Program Budget Information System (PBIS), Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (NERP)/Procurement for the Public Sector (PPS), Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE)/Wide Area Workflow (WAWF), Contract Administration System (CAMIS), Standard Accounting and Reporting System (STARS), Program Budget Information System (PBIS), Earned Value Management (EVM) tools, Microsoft Access, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Share Point, Flank Speed Teams, and iConnect.
  • Book conference rooms and work with the ONR Corporate Strategic Communications (CSC) as necessary for coordinating off-site events.
  • Attend meetings/program reviews, compile information for lessons learned, assist program officer(s) by registering attendees, distribute workshop information, develop supporting documents, and provide administrative support.
  • Prepare agendas, minutes, and other administrative support documents as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Conus and Oconus Travel will be required occasionally in support of ONR activities such as conferences, international collaborations, operational exercises, operational demonstrations, and integration and planning meetings.
  • Secret Clearance required.
  • A Bachelor's degree from a fully accredited college or university and ten (10) years of experience providing administrative, business, and financial support or a high school diploma with at least at least fifteen (15) years of experience providing administrative, business, and financial support.
  • Experience with government planning, forecasting, program budgeting, funding, execution monitoring and reporting against commitment, obligation, and expenditure benchmarks.
  • Experience with Navy ERP preferred.
  • Experience developing and executing complex programmatic tasks.
  • Demonstrated ability to interface with Government and S&T contractor/grantee personnel in order to meet program manager needs.

AVIAN is a service-based organization. As an equal opportunity employer, our policy of business is to seek the most qualified candidate for each talent opportunity without regard to race, creed, color, sex, age,


Job Summary
Start Date
As soon as possible
Employment Term and Type
Regular, Full Time
Required Education
High School or Equivalent
Required Experience
10 years
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