SAIC is seeking a strong
Senior Program Controller to support multiple programs within the National
Security Customer Group. The position will report to the Program
Control Team Manager.
This position requires
strong program financial reporting skills to include responsibility for
accurate forecasting, project planning and control, financial planning and
analysis, variance analysis, cash flow management, and compliance with external
and internal policies.
The position requires
flexibility and strong interface with the SAIC’s finance, accounting,
contracts, subcontracts, and procurement organizations on a daily basis to
address operational issues in a timely and effective manner.
The position is based
in Chantilly, VA; however, it is flexible to other locations within the United
- Performs moderate to complex
financial/administrative reporting for contracts and/or programs.
- Directs, implements, and
administers formal aspects of program in accordance with generally
accepted accounting principles, corporate policies, and government
regulations. Responsible for the development of program related
- Manage all program office
procurement responsibilities for a team of subcontractors and consultants,
e.g., managing the process of establishing agreements (cost-plus, T&M,
or FFP), maintaining purchase orders and processing invoices.
- Provide support to Program
Managers related to financial planning and execution to support achieving
established Annual Operation Plan (AOP) goals.
- Participate in the development
of cost controls, procedures, systems, and forecasting techniques to
evaluate contract/program status, ensuring compliance with government and
- Conducts costs, schedule,
contract performance, variance, and risk analysis, proposal preparation,
and prepares reports as required.
- Well versed in the entire life
cycle of a program from proposal development through execution and to
- Position requires a Bachelor's
degree with 6+ years of government contracting experience with emphasis in
providing financial tracking and support for the government customer in
areas of Program Control, Finance, Cost Estimating, Financial Analysis, or
- Knowledge of general and
corporate business practices, government contracting regulations and
principles, and accounting and finance principles. Must be versed in
various contract vehicles, i.e., CPAF, CPFF, LOE, FPLOE, FFP, T&M,
IDIQs, etc. Preferred knowledge of FAR/DFAR, DCAA compliance and audits.
- Complete understanding of
financial analysis such as ROS, ROC, annual operating plans, accounts
receivable, Revenue & EBIT forecasts. As well as an understanding of
the preparation of Baseline data, ETC, & EAC development, revenue and
margin forecasting, and cost estimation/pricing.
- Can make decisions using sound
judgment while complying with policies, procedures, accounting principles
and applicable state and federal laws and regulations
- Research and presentation
- Ability to develop and maintain
professional and effective relationships with internal and external
- Ability to balance long-term
thinking with short-term execution
- Strong organizational and
communication skills, the ability to perform effectively within
- Ability to prioritize and work
with minimum supervision, be persistent in follow-through
- Individual must have knowledge
of business software and Microsoft Office Suite.
supporting IDIQ contracts
- Strong knowledge
of Costpoint and Cognos