Hill Associates Corporation is seeking a Senior Information Technology (IT) Financial Analyst to join our team supporting the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) at a large Washington, D.C. Cabinet-level Federal agency. The Financial Analyst will work with the consulting team’s program manager and other financial analysts to support efficient financial management for a large enterprise Shared Services Program. The position will primarily focus on financial support related to the Security Operations Center (SOC) within OCIO. It will involve interfacing with system and service owners and contract support staff for SOC infrastructure and operations, which may be both federal employees and contractors. In addition, the position will need to interface with other OCIO financial stakeholders as part of large-scale migration and transition activities.
The IT Financial Analyst role will require strong financial tracking acumen; including proficiency in the development and maintenance of cost models, spend ledgers, what-if scenarios, and strong analytical and collaboration skills. The ideal candidate will principally be experienced with or knowledgeable of the Federal Government budget process. Familiarity with Technology Business Management (TBM) or other financial management taxonomy frameworks is preferred. Additionally, it would be helpful if the candidate also has general knowledge of enterprise IT services and service contracts, such as those providing security operations, major 3rd Party Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) (e.g., Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure/O365), and generalized IT support systems.
Remote-based support in the Washington, D.C. area is currently supported.
What You Will Get to Do:
The IT Financial Analyst will be responsible for establishing and maintaining financial data sets to include price catalogs, services cost schedules and inventories, price estimation utility documents or worksheets, developing cost models, producing cost estimates and what-if scenarios, evaluating cost drivers, cost benchmarking, proposing methodologies to allocate costs across customers, tracking and reconciling funds execution, supporting validation of vendor invoicing, and producing various financial reports.
Master’s degree in finance, information technology, or a relevant field of study, or a bachelor’s degree and ten years of experience related to financial analysis, IT service management, enterprise IT program support, or security operations.
Prior experience with financial modeling or expense ledger development and maintenance.
Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel (i.e. pivot tables, logic formulas, use of functions such as VLOOKUP, data validation, named ranges, conditional formatting).
Solid proficiency in other Microsoft Office products including PowerPoint.
Solid written and oral communication skills.
Knowledge of business analysis, methods, and supporting toolsets.
Experience with implementing TBM (federal client preferred).
MBI Security Clearance (Public Trust) or the ability to obtain a higher-level clearance.
Familiarity with IT and security operations in an enterprise IT environment and with Federal Government Program Management Offices.
What We Can Offer You:
Hill Associates offers a comprehensive, total rewards package, including competitive compensation and a flexible benefits package. We are an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse and supportive workplace. Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, military status, veteran status, handicap, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or other characteristics protected by law. All information you provide will be kept confidential. Please contact Hill Associates at 202-656-6505 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org