JRC Integrated Systems, headquartered in Washington, DC -- with operations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, and Virginia -- is a leading provider of scientific, engineering, and technical support to the Department of Defense and other federal agencies. Since its inception in 2003, JRC has supported numerous federal initiatives by providing the expertise necessary to transform operational needs into a system configuration through the use of an iterative process of definition, synthesis, analysis, design, test, and evaluation.
The Financial Analyst will provide financial and analytical expertise to support activities to meet tight deadlines in a DoD Headquarters environment. As part of a multi-organizational team, the Financial Analyst will make recommendations on model inputs and outputs to improve a wide range of models that support the Program Objective Memorandum (POM) decision-making process. The position requires a person with proven ability to work in a fast-paced, high-visibility environment.
The Financial Analyst provides the financial and programmatic expertise to enable models to address both the operational and the programmatic tradeoffs in various investment decisions. The Financial Analyst is a proven team member with analytical experience with military programs or programmatic analysis. This experience includes supporting technical analysis, budgeting, tracking costs, and project scheduling. The Financial Analyst will provide team members with analytical support and use-case recommendations to enable program execution.
Support the development of program plans that include detailed development schedules, cost estimates, reuse or reengineering opportunities, team-member roles, and quality assurance measures.
Assist in developing project objectives that include associated analytic questions, use cases, and detailed expected capabilities.
Provide recommendations on methods to model the development of pricing performance models that relate investments and manpower to output performance and readiness.
Evaluate the linkages between cost and mission performance in performance-modeled acquisition programs and manpower accounts.
Support technical and programmatic documentation development.
Education – Bachelor’s degree.
Experience – Five years’ experience in the review and analysis of cost and schedule data.
Experience providing program managers with assessments and recommendations for the development of schedule and cost rational in program spend plans.
Willing to learn new analytical and technical skills.
Ability to work in high-pressure, high-visibility situations.
Demonstrate a willingness to work in a team environment and the ability to work independently while prioritizing and supporting multiple tasks.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a government security clearance.