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Cost Accounting and Government Compliance Analyst

100,000 – 120,000 yearly

NPAworldwide Recruitment Network

Last Updated: 12/05/22

Job Description

Job description:

This is a HYBRID role.

The Cost Accountant & Government Compliance Analyst will support all areas of Finance-related government compliance and be required to interface with a variety of departments/areas including General Ledger, Internal Audit, Contracts, Procurement, Property, Billing, Financial Planning and Analysis, Programs, Engineering, Legal, etc.
The right candidate is a highly motivated, energetic, and government compliance-experienced individual who will provide significant impact in reviewing and updating policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Government regulations as well as the business practices.

Responsibilities:

Develop, implement, and maintain government accounting, estimating, and billing policies and procedures that comply with Federal regulations
Independently research and interpret Federal regulations to make determinations of allowability and ensure compliance
Provide Government accounting expertise in support of preparation and delivery of Government submissions
Maintain CASB Disclosure Statement including:
Monitor accounting practices for potential change
Recommend required updates
Update disclosure statement
Lead or co-lead external DCAA/DCMA financial audits and reviews including, but not limited to:
Testing of Paid Voucher reviews
DCAA Time Reporting reviews (floor checks)
DCAA Uniform Guidance audit (incurred cost)
Forward Pricing
CAS audits (disclosure statement, CAS compliance, and cost impact/general dollar magnitude)
Responsible for reviewing labor and cost transfers for reasonableness, accuracy, and appropriate support
Assist in reviewing indirect project setup forms for appropriate project classifications and compliance with regulations
Participate in and document all significant DCMA interactions with Draper
Serve as primary contact for other than forward pricing proposals and primary liaison for compliance-related interactions among billing, contracts and/or program offices
Provide meaningful interpretation of rate impacts on financial results
Assist in contract closeout process by developing cumulative allowable cost worksheets (CACWS)
Attend ongoing training and maintain/increase current knowledge on FAR, FAR Supplements, CAS, and DCAA accounting compliance
Develop, coordinate, and/or conduct compliance-related training as needed
Ensure adherence to pertinent regulatory requirements and to departmental/company policies, practices, and procedures
Support DCMA cost monitor requests
Support financial initiatives/special projects
Perform all other related duties as assigned

Education:
Bachelors Degree (B.A./B.S.) or equivalent in Accounting, Finance, Business, Law, or related discipline

Experience:
4 or more years of finance/accounting experience with US Federal contracting
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be accepted as a satisfactory substitute for the specific education and experience listed above
Certification/Licensure: None

Other:
Work experience with or for the DCAA and/or DCMA (or other evidence of in-depth knowledge and understanding of FAR and CAS requirement) preferred.
Knowledge of database structures for data extraction from PeopleSoft; advanced Excel skills needed
Strong oral and written communication skills necessary, as is ability to cultivate critical inter- and intra-departmental working relationships, foster an environment of cooperation and trust, and effectively meet deadlines while providing a high level of customer service
Familiarity with Uniform Guidance and OMB regulations preferred
A demonstrated ability to be proactive and forward thinking in a fast-paced environment is also required.

Qualifications:

Education:
Bachelors Degree (B.A./B.S.) or equivalent in Accounting, Finance, Business, Law, or related discipline

Experience:
4 or more years of finance/accounting experience with US Federal contracting
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be accepted as a satisfactory substitute for the specific education and experience listed above
Certification/Licensure: None

Other:
Work experience with or for the DCAA and/or DCMA (or other evidence of in-depth knowledge and understanding of FAR and CAS requirement) preferred.
Knowledge of database structures for data extraction from PeopleSoft; advanced Excel skills needed
Strong oral and written communication skills necessary, as is ability to cultivate critical inter- and intra-departmental working relationships, foster an environment of cooperation and trust, and effectively meet deadlines while providing a high level of customer service
Familiarity with Uniform Guidance and OMB regulations preferred
A demonstrated ability to be proactive and forward thinking in a fast-paced environment is also required.

Why is This a Great Opportunity:

The Cost Accountant & Government Compliance Analyst is a HYBRID role and will support all areas of Finance-related government compliance and be required to interface with a variety of departments/areas including General Ledger, Internal Audit, Contracts, Procurement, Property, Billing, Financial Planning and Analysis, Programs, Engineering, Legal, etc.

Salary Type : Annual Salary

Salary Min : 100000

Salary Max : 120000

Currency Type : US Dollars



Company Details

Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
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