Serves as a Professor of Financial Management in support of the DAU mission.
Conveys extensive financial management knowledge and experience relative to the financial resources of a DoD acquisition program or organization. Subject areas include but are not limited to the following:
- Performing, supervising, or managing administrative work of a fiscal, financial management, accounting or budgetary nature.
- Advising and performing analytical, technical and administrative duties in all phases of the budget formulation and justification, presentation and enactment or execution process.
- Exercising effective control over the financial resources of a program or organization.
- Coordinating and synthesizing financial and management data so as to interpret the composite financial results of operations to all levels of the organization's management.
- Advising on, developing, coordinating, and carrying out financial policies, procedures, and plans.
- Reviewing, analyzing evaluating, and reporting upon program accomplishments in financial terms.
- Providing advice to program managers, agency administrators, and others on such matters as (1) the purpose for which money in the budget may legally be used; (2) the time frame within which available budget funds or authority must be used; (3) the amount and type of funding available; (4) trends in the obligation and/or expenditure of funds; and (5) the effects of budgetary changes on related activities (e.g., purchase of office supplies and equipment, maintenance of buildings and grounds, hiring of personnel, and payment for travel expenses); (6) issues pertaining to applicable regulations and policies.
- Convey the competencies and skills required for the financial management of acquisition programs, or other acquisition organizational segments, such as:
- Developing an integrated financial planning and reporting process that involves both long-range plans and the annual budget as a segment of those plans.
- Using the end-products of the budgeting, accounting, and managerial-financial reporting to compare actual performance to planned objectives, program goals, and budget estimates.
- Maintaining a balance between requirements and available resources that permit the attainment of program objectives with minimum costs and maximum efficiency.
- Performing data analytics to support the program/organization in its strategic mission and support DoD DoD decision-making.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Creates and/or delivers learning assets and content as needed, and coordinates with partner divisions that manage related curriculum, or that control DAU processes and tools.
- Stays abreast of changes and trends in primary functional area, continuously researching, gaining and sharing knowledge in federal communities of practice.
- Pursues and maintains digital and data analysis fluency that align with DAU and primary functional area best practices in public and private industry.
- Maintains currency in, and actively uses university technology, digital and social media platforms.
- Focus on the needs of the customer in a modern learning and business environment that is subject to continual change with respect to platforms, networks and delivery.
- Serves as a thinking partner with stakeholders and customers, continuously improving product and service delivery to provide the right knowledge and service the point of need through synchronous and asynchronous methods.
- Builds relationships and collaborates with peers and program management leaders from all organizations within the area of responsibility.
- Elicits feedback to shape the policies, processes and procedures that produce a frictionless experience for the customers and stakeholders.