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    WHAT IS THE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT & SECURITY SERVICES (FMSS)DIVISION: FACILITIES MANAGEMENT & SECURITY SERVICES (FMSS) DIVISION customers are IRS employees. FMSS identifies and delivers value-added, cost efficient, shared service solutions, that facilitate the success of the IRS mission.

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    WHAT DOES A FINANCIAL PROGRAM CONSULTANT DO? A Financial Program Consultant serves as a consultant which performs analytical, technical and advisory functions related to the performance management and budgetary processes. You will be responsible for assisting other consultants in providing advice, consultation, and management on selected program issues.

    As a Financial Program consultant you will: 
    Independently plan and executes labor resource requirements for salaries, benefits, and FTEs (Full-Time Equivalents) for both the current plan execution and subsequent year plan development. Also monitor all support resources relative to equipment, supplies, facilities, and training.

    • Provide authoritative analysis of expenditures and financial status on a regular basis. Independently recommend and complete all budget reprogramming actions to assure optimum utilization of available resources and accomplishment of critical program objectives.
    • Review and analyze the most complex budget estimates, work programs, and resources for soundness of technical treatment and format, accuracy, adequacy of supporting narrative, conformance with the mission, strategic plan and business plan of the IRS/AWSS, and adherence to budgetary principles and guidelines.
    • Provide oversight and advice in the financial review process, including reprogramming decisions and the development of narrative justifications. Develop creative strategies and recommendations to ensure maximum program delivery within the bounds of financial constraints.
    • Develop, review, and analyze the full range of resource proposals on AWSS programs; play key authoritative role in the development and coordination of budget submissions and justifications, and coordinate with appropriate function to facilitate AWSS responses to Treasury, OMB (Office of Management and Budget), and Congressional staffs involving AWSS financial plan resource matters.
    • Provide authoritative technical advice and assistance on the status of budget submissions, and reviews changes and assesses program impact of budget cuts and/or legislative changes.
    • Pro-actively identify issues and develops forecasting patterns and projected budgetary and staffing requirements. Analyze estimates to identify imbalances among program areas and to reconcile estimates with current levels of expenditures and projected changes in work plans and staffing levels.
    • Prepare all types of briefing materials for use in budget presentations in addition to position papers and other materials for top-level executives.

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    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 1 to 5 Travel Nights per Month

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/536709800. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.