NEW YORK AIR NATIONAL GUARD
DIVISION OF MILITARY & NAVAL AFFAIRS (MNHF)
LATHAM, NY 12110-2224
SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE IAW DMNA 690-4, CHAPTER 6
*THIS IS A TEMPORARY POSITION THAT IS NOT TO EXCEED 2 YEARS.*
POSITION TITLE AND NUMBER:
T14-320A, FINANCIAL MANAGER, D1540000, GS-0505-13
174TH ATKW, SYRACUSE, NY 13211
ANNOUNCEMENT OPENS: 20 MAY 2014 CLOSES: 20 JUN 2014
NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED: This is an excepted position that requires membership in a compatible military assignment in the New York Air National Guard. Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform. Acceptance of an excepted position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment.
This position is located at an Air National Guard Wing/Base.
OPEN AREAS OF CONSIDERATION: STATEWIDE
STATEWIDE: ALL MILITARY TECHNICIANS IN THE NEW YORK AIR NATIONAL GUARD, ALL MEMBERS OF THE NEW YORK AIR NATIONAL GUARD (INCLUDES AGR).
Its purpose is to serve as the Chief Financial Officer for the installation and dissimilar geographically separated units, with responsibility for managing all funds through fiscal reporting and financial advisory services, to include budget formulation and execution, travel and commericial accounting, military and civilian payrolls, and financial systems applications. The incumbent serves as the Assistant United States Property and Fiscal Officer for Air (Fiscal), the installation funds Certification Officer, the organizing and directing member of the Financial Management Board, and the Wing Commander's focal point for highly sensitive military and civilian entitlement issues. Operates as a full partner with the Wing Commander, the Senior Management Staff, and GSU Commanders in planning, implementing, and executing the financial programs directly associated with the objectives of the Adjutant General's Department and accomplishment of federal military and state support missions. Functions include the receipt, accounting, collection, safeguarding, and disbursement of government approprated funds, and the likewise oversight authority and management of non-appropriated funds. As an agent for the U.S. Treasury, the incumbent is responsible for maintaining compliance with all regulatory and legal requirements; the overall integrity of accounting data; full disclosure of accounting information; sound reporting methods; analytical interpretation of the organization's financial posture and solvency; and implementation, operation, and maintenance of the budge, accounting payroll, and other financial systems.