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REPORTS TO: Material Program Manager, Material Program Financial Lead
AUTHORITIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for financial planning, analysis and projection of program material and subcontract costs
Explore current and historical financial data and predict future results
Identify trends in financial performance and provide recommendations for improvement; help drive process and policy improvements
Prepare reports and projections based on this analysis
Forecast future expenditures and create rent versus buy analysis to support program capital expenditure requests
Coordinate with other members of the program office and finance team to review financial information and forecasts
Generate financial models and forecasting
Establish a ship's budget and work with buyers and production management to create spend plans
Create and continually monitor material spending versus the budget, researching variances and generating variance analysis reports and budget adjustment requests as needed
Work regularly with various levels of Austal's management team
Work with Cost Accountants to ensure accurate costs or accruals are taken on all material purchases
Calculate accurate earned value progress for material control (cost) accounts and Estimates at Completion (EAC) for multiple vessels
Manage assigned Control Accounts
Support EVMS Accountants in the submittal of accurate CPR reports as needed
Other duties as assigned
QUALIFICATIONS / KNOWLEDGE / EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Statistics, Economics or another related field and 2 years' purchasing, accounting or financial experience required OR candidates without a degree may be considered with at least 6 years' of purchasing, accounting or financial experience.
Advanced skills with Excel spreadsheets using SUMIF and VLOOKUP formulas
Strategic thinking and very detail oriented
Good presentation skills
Ability to influence and persuade
Excellent time management and organizational ability
Ability to multitask and meet constant deadlines
Able to work long hours when necessary
Working knowledge of and experience in EVMS reporting and analysis preferred
Ability to analyze data and communicate analysis to Austal management
Knowledge of ERP Systems and data tables; ODBC experience a plus
Active learner interested in career growth and development
Proficient in Microsoft Office; Outlook, Excel, Word, Access a plus
DIRECTION EXERCISED: None.
DISCRETION EXERCISED: None.
Austal Cost Accountants and EVMS Accountants
Austal Control Account Managers
Government Program Office and Team EVMS representatives
Supervisor of Shipbuilding (SupShip) EVMS representatives
Peers on other programs
Candidates must meet the following employment eligibility guidelines to be considered for employment with Austal USA:
18 years of age or older.
Able to provide proof of US Person Status
No felony convictions of Theft/Deception or Violent crimes within seven years from disposition date
No felony convictions of Drug crimes within three years from disposition date