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The ISC/Operations Finance Analyst will be responsible for performing financial reporting and analysis in support of the Integrated Supply Chain Manufacturing Organization. The Finance Analyst will interact closely with senior and functional management in providing analysis, ad hoc reporting, labor and material forecasting, identifying areas of risk, establishing mitigation plans and providing recommendations. The ISC Finance team provides decision-making support directly to the Integrated Supply Chain (ISC) Manufacturing Operations teams. Primary goal is to provide timely, accurate, insightful, and actionable analysis to ISC/Operations so they can achieve TMLS’s business objectives. Supply chain support activities include analysis and tracking of raw materials, purchased parts, and subcontracts. The manufacturing activities supported cover all aspects of the production process, including part manufacturing, build activity, back shop assembly of major structures, final assembly, outfitting, ship fitting, as well as all support functions to include Quality, Tooling, Planning, and Manufacturing Engineering. The analyst may be engaged across this entire value stream, supporting Business Partner teams with report generation & distribution analysis and recommendations, as well as any ad-hoc analysis that may be necessary to help the Manufacturing Leaders make informed decisions regarding headcount planning, efficiency performance, and overall cost control performance (both direct and indirect costs).
• Provide guidance to management and assist with concepts to minimize overhead costs, improve processes and increase efficiency across all aspects of ISC.
• Participate in forecasting, monthly/quarterly business reporting, variance analysis, and month-end close activities for the organization
• Assist in the development of the estimates at complete (EAC) process for product lines: Material, Touch Labor, Support Labor
• Assist ISC with developing and monitoring overhead budgets
• Assist ISC with forecasting material and manufacturing base, capital and headcount forecasting needs for all areas of ISC.
• Run monthly and weekly metrics for ISC including: Direct Working Indirect (DWI), Overtime, purchase price variances, milestones, actual material purchases vs. proposed budget variances, collecting and developing hours per unit metrics for manufacturing.
• Support audits pertaining to program financials and the manufacturing process.
• Assist in the annual operating plans, long-range plans and capital planning process
• Perform other job-related duties as assigned
• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Supply Chain Management, Information Technology, or Economics
• Three (3) plus years of related government accounting and/or related accounting experience. Candidates with experience in ISC will also be considered.
• Experience with production touch (fabrication, assembly, inspection, test) and manufacturing support labor metrics development, estimating, and learning/improvement curve principles
• Experience with USG/DoD/FMS contracts and direct commercial sales including pertinent regulatory issues as it applies to financial management
• Proficiency in SQL, databases, and other data mining tools.
• Creation of complex, presentation charts using Microsoft Office products.
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills that may be used for transforming defined business needs into processes.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with strong project management and excellent interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work independently and as a team member with the ability to adapt quickly.
• Capable of successfully managing multiple tasks and deadlines in a dynamic environment
• Pro-active, hands-on self starter who can take tasks from concept to completion with minimal direction.
• Ability to quickly assess and resolve unique complex problems with incomplete/ambiguous data.
• Demonstrated ability to work well with others in responsible positions at various organizational and functional levels to resolve matters of interrelated responsibility, while exercising a high degree of tact, objectivity and diplomacy to obtain program objectives.
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