This position is located in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Financial Operations Department, Controller Operations Division.
Recruitment incentives may be authorized for this position, if applicable.
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PBGC is one of the top 20 small agencies in the federal government and is full of great and rewarding opportunities with a dynamic workforce dedicated and committed to its mission. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to be the Accounting Officer for a career like no other career choice you have explored. This prestigious position will allow you to lead and direct a talented team who provides operational support in the areas of strategic planning, human resources, procurement, budget, and facility services.
So dream no more, the Accounting Officer position could be yours! PBGC is eager to employ more talented employees to protect the retirement incomes of nearly 44 million hardworking Americans. Your career at PBGC will be challenging, compelling and important, and will also include great benefits (see federal benefits highlighted below).
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As the Accounting Officer (PBGC’s Controller), you will:
Provide PBGC with accurate and timely financial reporting by accurately classifying and recording financial data and periodically presenting financial statements to PBGC management, PBGC Board Representatives, U.S. Treasury, OMB, OIG, external auditors, and other key stakeholders.
Be responsible for corporate-wide financial standards and controls, for planning, developing, and coordinating a corporate-wide financial management system, which incorporates the management of the revolving and trust funds, and for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness and responsiveness of financial reporting for internal and external customers.
Review Financial Accounting Standard Board (FASB) and Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB) pronouncements and determine their effect on the reporting of PBGC financial condition.
Interface with Treasury FMS, OMB, external auditors and others on audit of PBGC financial statements and operations and maintain appropriate liaisons and interface with GAO, U.S. Treasury, OIG, OMB, external auditors, or other key stakeholders (both internal and external) to ensure effective coordination of accounting activities and financial reporting.