Defense Travel System Administrator (DTA) / Final Secret Clearance
Job ID: 464191BR
Date posted: Dec. 07, 2018
State: North Carolina
Program: SOF CLSS/SOF GLSS
Description:1. Serves as program administrator for the Travel System including, but not limited to, Defense Travel System, Integrated Automated Travel System, and Citi’s Commercial Card System. Serves as the Defense Travel System Administrator (DTA), action officer for the transition to an additional travel system and the POC for the help desk. Serves as POC for problems and questions on topics ranging from software use, entitlements, travel policy issues, transaction problems and payment problems. Provides training to new users across the Command. Coordinates with commercial contractors to ensure system compliancy with our programs. Provides and maintains (post-deployment) timely updates to travelers/routing officials/authorizing officials when changes occur due to PCS or transfer within the main organization. Researches, maintains, and ensures the correct lines of accounting by fiscal year and ensure budgets are utilized correctly by quarters. Coordinates with various stakeholders to ensure the system is functioning properly and efficiently. Researches, compiles, and disseminates monthly reports when requested and completes all in/out-processing requirements. Ensures timely, complete, and accurate reporting of usage and delinquency rates for the Command’s GTCC program to senior leadership. Develops and disseminates publicity campaigns and materials to inform accountholders, Agency Program Coordinators (APC), and Commanders of their respective roles and responsibilities. Attends and participates in meeting and briefings in which GTCC delinquency rates are discussed and action plans developed to address delinquent and problem accounts.
2. Analyzes and audits travel reimbursement vouchers for accuracy and propriety of expenditure of funds. Screens and/or verifies all receipts. Ensures requests for payment are complete, accurate, and conform to all applicable regulations. Serves as liaison between DFAS and the traveler. Prepares transmittals to DFAS for completed travel vouchers. Signs accountable document receipts and ensures timely forwarding to DFAS. Utilizes travel log as a research tool for budget and managerial accounting. Ensures all travelers have a Direct Deposit Form on file with DFAS. Prepares and updates installation SOP on travel settlement guidance. Provides advice, assistance and pertinent information on all travel matters to travelers and administrative officials. Prepares reports as necessary. Work is performed under frequent pressure of short deadlines. Coordinates with Resource Management team members on travel adjustments
3. Oversees the payment of PCS, TDY and local travel claims IAW JTR, JFTR, local policy, GAO decisions, and USSOCOM regulations. Initiates, researches, coordinates and prescribes per diem, travel entitlements, and certain travel administrative policies in the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR) for military and DOD civilian employees. Provides written and telephonic guidance to the Command’s military and civilian personnel concerning international and domestic travel entitlements on complicated cases, which requires extensive knowledge of the JTR. Implements controls to validate obligations of funds recorded in the accounting system prior to authorizing payment and uses proper accounting appropriations when expensing previously obligated funding recorded in the accounting system. Coordinates with Approving Officials, Certifying Officers, and Budget personnel to resolve temporary duty and Government Travel Card issues. Reviews and evaluates Actual Expense Allowance (AEA) requests to insure they are proper IAW the JTR. Maintains timely updates to travelers/routing officials/authorizing officials when changes occur due to PCS or transfer within the main organization. Resolves accounting rejects and data mismatches.
Previous experience working in a SOF Community; have working knowledge of Joint Military Community and experience. Deployed in the last five years. Knowledge of MS Office, Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point necessary. Exceptional time management and organizational skills required. Ability to prioritize and follow through on multiple tasks/projects at one time. Self-sufficient and self-motivated - works with little supervision, identifies opportunities and executes on projects to improve office efficiency.
Must be a competent problem solver and have the ability to work directly with customers.
WILLINGNESS TO WORK ROTATIONAL SHIFTS INCLUDING DAYS, EVENINGS, MIDNIGHTS, HOLIDAYS AND WEEKENDS AS REQUIRED. MUST WORK IN EXTREME TEMPERATURES HOT AND COLD, INDOOR/OUTDOOR.MUST BE ABLE TO LIFT 70 POUNDS.
The successful candidate will be required to successfully complete customer required International Readiness Certifications. For more information please review more requirements at:
Recent overseas deployment
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Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Business Unit: ESS8806 MISSILES AND FIRE CTRL (S0806)
Relocation Available: No
Career Area: Finance
Clearance Level: Top Secret
Type: Task Order/IDIQ
Virtual Location: no
Work Schedule: FLEX-Non-Standard 40 hour week: Autotime System