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    This National Guard position is for a FINANCIAL MANAGER (T32), Position Description Number D1986and is part of the AL 117TH Air Refueling Wing, National Guard.


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    (1) Directs the financial management policy in support of the Air National Guard installation to include dissimilar geographically separated units. As the Assistant United States Property and Fiscal Officer for Air (Fiscal), holds statutory authority and responsibility for the proper obligation, accounting, disbursement, and administrative control of all Federal funds allocated to the installation.

    (2) Serves as the principal financial advisor and technical expert to the Wing Commander, Senior Management Staff, GSU Commanders, and the Financial Management Board. Provides financial advisory services that contribute substantially to the plans, policies, decisions, and objectives of senior management.

    (3) Functions as the Assistant United States Property and Fiscal Officer for Air(Fiscal) under ANGI 36-2, the accounting station's Certification Officer under the provisions of the Certification Officers Act of 1996, and as an agent of the US Treasury for all ANG federal disbursements and the associated pecuniary liabilities thereof. Incumbent is responsible for interpretation and implementation of all Comptroller General decisions as to the legality, propriety, and solvency of all payments and entitlements, and for ensuring all expenditures are in compliance with federal statutes.

    (4) Directs and monitors the development, compilation, review, and submission of the annual financial plan, and conversion financial plans on an as-required basis. Provides reliable fiscal and managerial data or information for short-term and long-range plans by analysis of mission requirements, rates of expenditure, programmatic and unforeseen changes, and funded or unfunded requirements.

    (5) Provides leadership to senior-level committees and task groups. Initiates, briefs, and documents the Financial Management Board, and supervises the annual distribution of financial resources, submission of budget execution reviews, financial plan submissions, and end-of-year closeout as required under the Resource Management System (RMS).

    (6) Represents and speaks on behalf of the Wing Commander and USPFO with regard to ANG Financial Management issues with representatives of the National Guard Bureau, the Adjutant General's Department, other military components, state/local governments, businesses and other public/private groups, or organizations and persons having an interest in the financial programs of the Wing.

    (7) Interprets, implements, and administers laws, procedures, regulations, and directives pertaining to various Air National Guard stand-alone, networked, or web-based financial systems, including Budget, Accounting, and Entitlement Disbursing.

    (8) Serves as an agent of the US Treasury in the receipt, safeguarding, accountability, and disbursement of vendor payments, travel reimbursements, and pay entitlements in accordance with a wide variety of laws and precedents, including the Code of Federal Regulations, Comptroller General Decisions, DoD instructions, Air Force instructions and manuals, and Air National Guard instructions, manuals, and guidance.

    (9) Directs budget formulation and execution through the use of an integrated financial management and reporting system. This includes accounting and managerial financial reports and software that furnish timely data used in the direction, evaluation, and control of financial and non-financial operations at all levels of management.

    (10) Directs the operation and maintenance of the local budget and accounting systems and interfaces with other management systems, including the Standard Base Supply System, the Standard Procurement System, the Defense Civilian Pay System, and the host Automated Business Services System.

    (11) Serves as the focal point for NGB on all Workday Program matters. Directs the Air National Guard Workday Program for the installation and dissimilar geographically separated units, which requires a broad cross-functional knowledge in Training Management and ensures that bona fide ANG training requirements are met.

    (12) Responsible for the administration of the Government Travel Card Program at the installation and dissimilar geographically separated units.

    (13) Responsible for the overall management and control of the Quality Assurance Program (QAP) within the Financial Management office.

    (14) Plans, assigns, and supervises work to be accomplished by an organization consisting of 4 or more direct subordinates and 6 or more support employees in the grades of GS-05 to GS-11 and Active/Guard Reserve military grades up to Major, engaged in budgeting, accounting, payroll, or financial systems analysis.

    (15) Performs other related duties as assigned.


    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0505 Financial Management

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