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Accounting Technician, Environment and Natural Resources Division, Dept. of Justice

Washington, D.C. · Accounting/Finance
C & C International Recruitment Accepting Resumes For:
 
Accounting Technician to assist in the work of the
 
U.S. Department of Justice
Washington D.C. 20036
 
This is a temporary to permanent hire position with an hourly pay rate of
$ 25.23.
 
Some travel required for this position.
 
Period of Performance: 
 
Monday through Friday, day time office hours, 8 hours a day
 
Base Year through November 2020
 
Resume Requirements:
Full contact information is requested on the resume for security clearance procedures. 
  •  A one-paragraph overview highlighting qualifications for the position, software experience, and education  
  • Resume for each person in MS Word format, over all 1” margins, 10-pitch font, maximum 3 pages  
  • Email resumes in the above format to recruiting@ccintercomputers.com
 
Special Requirements:
 
-  Must be a U.S. citizen
 
-  Must obtain a U.S. government security clearance, Public Trust
(active clearance preferred)
 
 
Qualifications: 
  • A.A.(2-year degree) in Accounting preferred
  • B.S.  (4-year degree) in related field with 30 credit hours in accounting accepted (preference given to finance, business, banking, and economics fields)
  • Relevant financial and accounting experience performing technical level duties in accounting, banking, or finance for corporations or non-profit organizations may be substituted for education/credit requirements
  • Experience with any of the following areas preferred:
    • Banks and banking
    • Manual and automated accounting systems used by banking, finance, and other institutions
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, agile work environment
 Desired Qualifications:
  • UFSM, JEDI, SAFARI, E-2, and Excel proficiency
  • Budgeting Cycle Management
  • Financial Management
  • Accounts payable (A/P) and Accounts receivable (A/R) management and processing
  • Reimbursable agreements analysis and management
  • Obligations processing and committed funds tracking
  • Auditing and accounting services
  • Cash flow analysis
  • Statistical analysis
  • Financial fraud related research
  • Electronic data acquisition
  • Electronic data processing
  • Systems analysis
  • Systems administration
  • Database user support
  • Reporting
  • Record Management
  • Business legal compliance
  • Special projects
  • Analytical and critical thinking, time management and organization
  • Excel proficiency with skills to include various formatting, sorting, and correction of data, and table manipulations, such as:
  • Table array
  • Sum function
  • Max min function
  • Vlookup
  • Trim
  • Pivot table
  • Arithmetical formulas
Responsibilities/Duties:
 
Accounting Technician
 
  • Review and analyze financial data and documents.
  • Utilize manual or automated accounting systems.
  • Consistently deliver well-articulated, balanced, and informed communications.
  • Develop strong partnerships with the clients and supporting team leaders to provide stellar customer service.
  • Establish collaborative relationships with co-workers and team members.
  • Assist client and management in other client service tasks as needed.
  • Evaluate financial data to verify the accuracy of operational and financial performance metrics.
  • Reconcile all financial books, reimbursable agreements, obligations, and payments weekly.
  • Analyze, verify and process all reimbursable agreements
  • Process various DOJ reimbursement management cycle transactions and documentation
  • Request project codes buildups and budget funds moves as needed.  
  • Analyze financial management system errors, correct, and provide recommendations for alternative processing methods to achieve systems objectives.
  • Monitor development of financial reports to track status of obligations and committed funds.
  • Monitor, review and processing of the forms relevant to the reimbursable agreements management cycle including interagency agreements
  • Efficiently communicates with the DOJ head accounting office regarding financial data discrepancies and systems errors; ensures efficient and accurate resolution of the errors.
  • Adjustment of the payroll/labor transactions via re-org processing.
  • Correct and processes federal government travel in accordance with policies and regulations.
  • Verify, analyze, and maintain financial information used by the DOJ Office of the Comptroller.
  • Use various electronic software and databases, such as UFMS, JEDI and JEDI-2, SAFARI, E-2, and SAMS.gov, to analyze complex data sets.
  • Use various software packages, databases, and online resources to record and retrieve financial data, particularly related to reimbursable and billing process.
  • Use a financial management system to track expenditures of multiple accounts.
  • Generate reconciliation reports from a financial management system and reconciles financial books/reports weekly.
  • Prepare financial reports and documentation for review and signature by DOJ Office of the Comptroller Management and numerous other U.S. Government agencies.
  • Tabulate data on program participants, costs, and hours, as well as statistical information. Collects and prepares supportive documentation for DOJ Inter-agency accounts receivable billing and invoice process.
  • Initiate IPAC process and verify collections.
  • Monitor any financial transactions related to the IPAC billing process and ensures 100% accuracy of billing and invoice processing.
  • Obtain approvals of the DOJ Budget Analysts, DOJ Financial Director, and DOJ attorneys necessary and other U.S. Government agencies for the billing and collection process.
  • Report financial data, submit reconciliations reports, and make short-range and long-range recommendations from analysis to DOJ Budget Analysts, DOJ Financial Director, DOJ Attorneys, and other U.S. Government agencies in accordance with the deadlines or upon request.
  • Coordinates closely with the designated assistant division director on program planning and budget management in the administration and support of specific programs.
  • Assist and provide support to other sections of DOJ in UFMS transaction processing and provide suggestion in system errors resolutions.
  • Compose memorandums, referencing financial reports and activities, as well as letters to the outside vendors and agencies, as needed.
  • Composes and disseminates correspondence, prepares forms and financial documents, manage databases, maintains the office files, routes paperwork, schedules and assists with web conferences, prepares meeting room and office events.
  • Performs other duties, either as assigned or on own initiative, that are necessary for regular or special projects undertaken by the division.
  • Prepare the expert witnesses’ invoices, contracts, and payable rates for processing; evaluates invoices for accuracy and identifies any discrepancies or errors.
  • Create Agreements Rollup Reports..
  • Contributes to team efforts, as needed. ​
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