Job Overview

Summary

About the Agency

This position is located the USAID headquarters in the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, at 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC, within close proximity to metro access. The position is in the Bureau for Management's Office of Management Policy, Budget and Performance, Budget Division, (M/MPBP/BUD). The incumbent will be responsible for developing and maintaining the Agency’s operating expense budget and day to day financial activities and processes. He/she will be involved in the strategic budget process and the overall strategic plan for the Agency.

Duties

The incumbent will be responsible for:

GS-9- Provides support and assists in review and coordination of accounting documents and apportionments, allocations and operating budgets;identifies differences
between current spending and the projected estimate;recommends adjustments to accommodate future needs.

GS-11- Assist program managers and the budget staff at USAID headquarters and overseas Missions with budget and financial obligations;monitors, tracks, and reports on budget and program obligations;assures that program funding data is entered correctly into USAID's financial management system for assigned areas and comply with OMB;conducts annual year-end-closing activities, and performs reconciliation with accounting;reviews and coordinates accounting documents that reflect relatively stable budget execution activities, such as obligations, payments, corrections, adjustments, receivables, apportionments, and allotments;analyzes weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports of obligations and expenditures;identifies differences between proposed changes to operating programs and projected spending for those programs.

GS-12 - Serves as liaison between program managers and the Budget staff at USAID headquarters and overseas missions. Monitors, tracks, and reports on program obligations; assures that funding data is entered correctly into USAID's financial management system for assigned areas and comply with OMB;conducts annual year-end-closing activities, and performs reconciliation with accounting;analyzes and identifies relationships between projected major major program changes and the projected budget;forecasts shortfalls and actions necessary to accommodate the budget changes or agency operations;prepares special analyses of fund expenditures;evaluates or determines the effect of cost and program changes on the budget execution process;reviews and coordinates accounting records and prepares apportionments, allocations, and operating budgets;monitors, tracks, and reports on program obligations;assures that program funding data are entered into agency financial system correctly and for regulatory compliance;conducts annual year-end closing activities and reconciles with accounting records.

Travel Required

  • Not Required

Relocation Authorized

  • No