Associate Mgr, Program Control
TASC - Chantilly, VA

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TASC, Inc is seeking an Associate, Program Control Manager to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals. This position will be located in Chantilly, VA. The position will report to the Business Unit Finance Director and have proven experience across financial planning and analysis, project planning and control, variance analysis, and a background in Federal procurement.

Specific duties and responsibilities of the position are as follows:

Performs complex financial/administrative reporting for contracts and/or programs. Conducts costs, schedule, contract performance, variance, and risk analysis, proposal preparation, and prepares reports as required. Participates in the development of cost controls, procedures, systems, scheduling and forecasting techniques to evaluate contract/program status, ensuring compliance with government and customer requirements.

Well versed in the entire life cycle of a program from proposal development through execution and to close out.

Also responsible for the management of the finance employees involved in program management and analysis. Responsible for the employment, training, motivation and discipline of assigned employees. Directs, implements, and administers formal aspects of program in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, corporate policies, and government regulations. Responsible for the development of program related financial data.

Responsible for all financial requirements of multi-year programs and Division finances.

Manage all program office procurement responsibilities for a team of subcontractors and consultants, e.g., managing the process of establishing agreements (cost-plus, T&M, or FFP), maintaining purchase orders and processing invoices.

Provide support to Line & Program Managers related to financial planning and execution to support achieving established Annual Operation Plan (AOP) goals.

Participate in the development of cost controls, procedures, systems, and forecasting techniques to evaluate contract/program status, ensuring compliance with government and customer requirements.

Required Skills

Required Skills:
Position requires a Bachelor's degree or will consider candidates with 7+ years of government contracting experience in lieu of a degree, with emphasis in providing financial tracking and support for the government customer in areas of Program Control, Finance, Cost Estimating, Financial Analysis, or Accounting, or Master’s degree with 5+ years experience.

Knowledge of general and corporate business practices, government contracting regulations and principles, and accounting and finance principles. Must be versed in various contract vehicles, i.e., CPAF, CPFF, LOE, FPLOE, FFP, T&M, IDIQs, etc. Preferred knowledge of FAR/DFAR, DCAA compliance and audits.

Complete understanding of financial analysis such as ROS, ROI, annual operating plans, accounts receivable, sales and margin forecasts. As well as an understanding of the preparation of Baseline data, ETC, & EAC development, revenue and margin forecasting, and cost estimation/pricing.

Maintains industry recognized credentials in project or financial management (i.e. PMP, CAPM, CMA, CPA, etc).

TS SCI w/ CI Poly required.

Founded in 1966 TASC is the premier, non-conflicted provider of advanced system engineering, integration and decision-support services across the intelligence community, Department of Defense and civilian agencies of the federal government. TASC has a strong reputation for commitment to mission success and a broad range of capabilities to meet their clients evolving missions. TASC’s broad portfolio of services include system and policy analysis; program, financial and acquisition management; enterprise engineering and integration; advanced concept and technology development; and test and evaluation. With nearly 5,000 employees, TASC generates more than $1.6 billion in annual revenue. With an aggregate federal contract win rate of 80%, high performance ratings, a strong backlog and a rich pipeline of new and projected new business TASC is soundly positioned for the future. TASC provides a unique opportunity for an individual to truly build a business in an environment which combines the agility and speed of a smaller company with the capabilities and resources of a larger company.

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Founded in 1966, TASC, Inc., helps solve complex national security and public safety challenges by providing advanced systems engineering,...