Program Control Analyst - Military veterans preferred



  full-time   employee

United States


SAIC has an opening for a Program Control Analyst. The PCA will work collaboratively with both the Program Management and Corporate Operations teams and will be responsible for financial functions and customer deliverables to include budgeting, forecasting, cost monitoring, variance analysis and invoice review.

Job Duties:

  • Support assigned business operations and program control functions for multiple contracts of varying type, size and complexity to include Planning  Tracking, Analysis and Reporting 
  • Performs duties to support monthly billing and prepare backup documentation to customer invoice submissions as required
  • Support month and quarter end close activities including variance analysis and cost accruals
  • Develops and analyzes Estimates at Completion (EAC), maintains program budgets, monitors actual costs, commitments, revenue, and profitability
  • Develops and maintains logical program and task order project accounting structure
  • Prepare purchase requisitions and monitors subcontractor funding inclusive of invoice approvals
  • Develops cost estimates for future project performance periods and reports variances against previous projections and pricing standards
  • Prepares project reports to aid program management in controlling projects
  • Supports monthly internal / external financial and program reviews
  • Reviews accounts receivable reports and unbilled report monthly
  • Proactively participates in process improvement efforts relating to finance



  • Bachelor's Degree (will consider experience in lieu of degree).  Concentration in finance, accounting or business related discipline preferred.
  • 2+ years of related experience with in financial tracking.  Preferred experience in government customer in areas of Program Control, Finance, Cost Estimating, Financial Analysis, or Accounting. 
  • Have an understanding of financial management as it relates to funding, revenue, cost, profit, Accounts Receivable, subcontracts and purchase orders
  • Must be well versed in MS tools (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint etc.) to include advanced Excel skills including VLOOKUPS and pivot tables.
  • Must be familiar with government contracting and the difference contract types (CPFF, FFP, T&M, etc.)