Business Program Financial Manager (BFM) | St. Inigoes, Maryland
PSI Pax, Inc. has an exciting opportunity for a Business Program Financial Manager to support our government customer at Webster Field in St. Inigoes, MD.
Major Duties: The Business Program Financial Manager (BFM) serves as the Program Manager for the NAWCAD Combat Integration & Identification Systems Division support contract. Responsible for leading, coordinating, interpreting, organizing, and executing the Program Management and BFM processes for (CI&IDS). PSI Pax provides program, project and financial management along with administrative support for the division. This position requires the individual to have a mastery of Business Financial Management (BFM) functions including all appropriations while applying diverse knowledge of financial issues, demonstrated knowledge of Planning, Programming and Budgeting System (PPBS), Military Interdepartmental Procurement Requests (MIPR), Procurement Initiation Documents/Procurement Requests (PID/PRs), Manage Memorandums of Agreement (MOAs) and Navy ERP is required. Must have experience processing program acquisition, funding and contract documentation for DOD programs. Responsible for maintaining staffing requirements by working with division team lead and corporate office to identify development for current employees. Mentors, trains and supports division team leads to ensure complete understanding of the contract and requirements.
Essential Job Functions & Responsibilities:
Acts as the overall lead, manager and administrator for the contracted effort in support of the overarching mission.
Overall responsibility for project, cost, schedule and performance. Compiles briefings, status reports and project plans. Responsible for risk identification and mitigation. Coordinates with government leadership, contracting officer/contracting officer technical representative and PSI Pax corporate office.
Serves as the primary interface and point of contact with Government program authorities and representatives on technical, financial, program/project and contract administration issues.
Supervises contractor personnel program/project operations by developing procedures, planning and directing execution of the technical, financial, programming, maintenance and administrative support effort and monitoring and reporting progress. Develop briefs and presentations on budget and financial data.
Manages acquisition and employment of program/project resources and controls financial and administrative aspects of the program/project with respect to contract requirements.
Collecting, compiling and analyzing financial, project, and cost data for incorporation into teamwork plans, data calls, financial addendum, budgetary support documentation, and other financial sheets.
Train all employees on Navy Working Capital Fund financial and business management processes.
Analyze actual performance data and identify trends, variances, or deficiencies from planned goals and projects.
Work with Project Control to develop and maintain budgets and spend plans
Recommend, develop, implement, and enforce procedures/programs to increase efficiency and improve cost effectiveness to the program.
Ensuring adherence to company policies and government regulations.
Communicate project status to customer and corporate management as appropriate.
Cultivate effective working relationships with customer and partner teams to maximize productivity and customer service delivery.
Anticipate problems or situations that could affect project success. Assess potential impact to the project and develop and execute the best solution. Manage escalated situations as needed.
At least ten (10) years of professional experience in the Defense acquisition environment, and five (5) years of experience in support of Navy acquisition management.
Demonstrated ability to provide project cost control, monitor funding status, determine funding excesses and deficiencies and allocate funds. Analyze actual performance data, identify trends, variances or deficiencies from planned goals and projects to advise and coordinate reprogramming as needed.
Working knowledge of higher level program/competency planning and budgeting systems
Working knowledge of Navy Working Capital Fund (NWCF) and other regulatory policies and procedures
Working knowledge of NAWCAD budget procedures.
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with the requirements of the DOD 5000 series.
Demonstrated ability in communicating effectively with employees, project leaders and corporate team.
Demonstrated ability to support, develop and train employees through teamwork and leadership.
Ability to obtain Secret level clearance.
Navy ERP Experience
MS or MBA degree in Business Administration or another business-related discipline.
BA/BS degree and an additional four (4) years of experience may be substituted for a MS/MBA.
In addition, U.S Citizenship is required. Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information and be able to obtain a DoD government-granted security clearance. Individuals may also be subject to a background investigation to include but not limited to criminal history, employment and education verification, drug testing, and creditworthiness.
PSI Pax is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, or genetic information.