The primary purpose of this position is: This is a formal Air Force intern position, established under the PALACE Acquire (PAQ) program; as such, it is centrally managed and funded by the Air Force Personnel Center, Civilian Force Management Directorate. This program is intended to develop broad gauged individuals who can deal effectively with change and complexity within the Air Force environment as it relates to the Financial Management career field. The work includes rotational assignments.Learn more about this agency
- Performs a variety of tasks in support of budget, cost analysis, and financial analysis studies and projects to develop analytical, judgment, procedural and technical skills. Compiles pertinent factual financial and operational data from records, historical files, and related reports for use by higher level financial management personnel. Reviews data for consistency and relevance to the situation being studied.
- Performs a variety of tasks to support budget formulation. Receives formal and on-the-job instruction and training designed to familiarize the employee with functions and operations of the organization, and to provide experience in the practical application of basic financial management activities. Assignments consist of assisting a higher grade financial specialist in conducting resource studies and coordinating the submission of budget estimates of the organization budget or a total budget for one or more funds.
- Performs basic tasks involving budget execution. Compiles resource data from various financial management reports. Following specific directions of higher grade specialist or supervisor, determines method of financial management to be used to track funds distribution, reconcile commitments/obligations and reallocate organizational fund. Assists in monitoring and reviewing obligations, expenditures, reimbursable orders, requests for allotments, costs, etc. Participates in the preparation of a variety of management reports covering the status of funds, expenses, obligations.
-Performs tasks in support of cost analyses. Programs being analyzed by higher graded financial management personnel are relatively stable throughout the year. By performing supporting tasks, develops experience in cost comparison/benefit studies and in developing lifecycle cost analyses of projects.
- Uses automated financial management system(s) and computer-generated products in accomplishing financial management assignments.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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