This assignment is a 1-year non-reimbursable assignment. The Supervisory Accountant serves as first level supervisor. Planning, directing, and exercising control over nonsupervisory employees for the agency on the below listed activities. In some instances, these activities are coordinated as part of CISA's oversight responsibilities over its accounting shared service provider - Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).Learn more about this agency
ResponsibilitiesPreparing monthly, quarterly, and yearly financial statements, reports and records by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information.
Analyzing financial statements and related trial balances which includes investigating abnormal balances and analytics for discrepancies.
Researching and reconciling all discrepancies, auditing and verifying documents and following internal controls.
Preparing supports schedules according to monthly deliverables and leads and completes monthly close procedures, Federal Agencies Centralized Trail Balance Systems (FACTS), FACTS I and FACTS II reporting, analyzes expenses ensuring they are appropriately recorded.
Preparing monthly account reconciliations and assists staff with regularly analyzing financial statements and SF 133s.
Reporting on variances and assisting with reviewing and approving quarterly deliverables.Leading year-end financial statement audit.
Conducting analysis and reconciliation of personal property accounts contained in the financial system as compared to CISA's subsidiary property system (Sunflower Asset Management System).
Managing accounting systems covering operations and system changes that impact the (USSGL) general ledgers proprietary and budgetary accounts, OMB A-136 Financial Reporting Requirements, OMB A-11 Preparation, Submission and Execution of the Budget, TIER Reporting, FACTS I and II, and the SF 133.
Actively participating in decision-making sessions advising program managers on regulatory requirements, financial policies, the interpretation of data, the analysis of program operations, monthly reports and systems edits.
Contributing to the planning, developing, and coordinating financial management improvements necessary to comply with Agency financial legislative regulations, the Federal Managers Financial Integrity Act (FMFIA), the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA), and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) directives.
Planning, implementing, and executing internal controls of existing and proposed accounting processes ensuring financial integrity, system integrity, and conformance to federal laws, and agency regulations and practices.
Documenting business processes and monitoring of internal controls.
Leading and performing internal control reviews, on-site reviews, and other evaluations of assigned systems and functions to assess area for data: adequacy, safeguards of assets, effectiveness of systems employed, reliability of information, and other compliance with law and regulation.
Identifying issues, discrepancies, or other problems and implements corrective action including changes in systems, policy, and procedures.
Developing and implementing major policy guidance, processes changes, and system changes to supplement guidelines from Headquarters/Department OFM, the General Accounting Office (GAO), the Department of Treasury, and OMB for accounting operations. Reviews and interprets regulations, identifying areas requiring changes in policies.
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