Financial Analyst II
Job Title: Financial Analyst II
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 226145
Job Summary Support the GTRI laboratory director in project creation to close-out processes for project directors within assigned GTRI laboratories. Provide complete accounting services for sponsored projects including proposal and proposal pricing, OSP proposal submission, sponsored project accounting, sponsored project budgeting and reporting, sponsored project set-up, work breakdown structuring, revenue and billing set-up, monthly invoicing, unbillable reporting, sponsored project monitoring, estimates to complete and sponsored project close-out.
Job Duty 1 - Working knowledge of FAR 31.2, CAS, disclosure statements, federal rate setting, indirect rates, TINA, GA State, BOR and GTRI and GT policies for sponsored projects
Job Duty 2 - Pricing and proposalsJob Duty 3 - Project set upJob Duty 4 - Project budgeting
Job Duty 5 - Federal and industrial reporting
Job Duty 6 - Project management
Job Duty 7 - Work breakdown structure
Job Duty 8 - Estimates to complete
Job Duty 9 - Interface with sponsors on invoices, reporting and payment
Job Duty 10 - Advise GTRI laboratory Director regarding sponsored project financial issues
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Business, Finance, or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
Other Required Qualifications
Familiarity with applicable state and federal laws and regulations regarding government contracts
One to three years of job related experience
Additional Preferred Qualifications
Professional certification in accounting or financial analysis Application of specialized skills within a university or government agency environment; ability to apply knowledge of regulations and reporting requirements specific to area of involvement
This job requires knowledge of the application of accounting and financial reporting principles and practices; financial analysis and forecasting techniques; use of specialized financial/accounting related software; communications and presentation skills. Use of business and financial related computer applications is required.
- Advanced knowledge of accounting principles and practicesFederal Acquisition Regulations under FAR 31.2 or 2 CFR 200Proposal and pricing expertise under FAR 31.2 or 2 CFR 200Use of office and finance/accounting related computer applications and systems
- CostpointProPricerProject management expertise, including federal project invoicing
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