Senior Finance Manager

Clearance Level
Financial Analysis
Fort Detrick, Maryland

REQ#: RQ106715

Travel Required: None
Public Trust: NACI (T1)
Requisition Type: Regular

GDITs Military Health team is HIRING a detail oriented, multi-tasking Senior Finance Manager to join our team to support the USAMRDC - Department of Army. This position is based in Ft. Detrick in Frederick, Maryland.

The USAMRDCs expertise in critical areas helps establish and maintain the capabilities the Army needs remain ready and lethal on the battlefield.


  • Provide financial management support to a cost-reimbursable organization for Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) applying the pertinent laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and work processes
  • Provide financial planning for regulatory business functions including analysis of workload and resource planning
  • Use the General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS), initiate Purchase Requisitions, execute monthly financial reports for obligations and disbursement rates, and query multiple reports
  • Assist with support plan development and coordinate with subject matter experts through email and workspace collaboration in EDMS and SharePoint; coordinate and facilitate required interactions with multiple regulatory customers via email and teleconference
  • Assist in the establishment, maintenance, and facilitation of processes within established manuals and handbooks to include the analysis of support needed by external customers
  • Provide business metrics tracking. Track and report support plan and agreement outputs, financial execution status, progress against agreements, and personnel requirements against plans
  • Coordinate and consolidate financial input from the applicable financial systems on obligation and disbursement status of the organization’s product portfolio into monthly financial reports; provide status briefing on the funds and other essential financial indicators; and provide input for the current, annual, and future years Program Objective Memorandum (POM)
  • Provide periodic updates to financial plans, including planned release schedules and noting current fiscal year activity; submit reports used to brief senior management and external funding organizations; and assist in clearing obligations prior to fund expiration
  • Provide and analyze programmatic planning, budget formulation, cost estimation, and execution data reports
  • Assist with product-specific medical materiel development budget formulations, justifications, and oversight monitoring (cost, schedule, performance); prepare cost estimates for services/functions for technology base or advanced development products, which includes tracking hours for deliverables against product estimates
  • Draft agreements (e.g., clinical trial agreements, quality management plans, protocols, etc.) that identify the scope, roles, responsibilities, tasks, and deliverables to be performed by ORA and/or its delegated parties
  • Facilitate strategy development to produce integrated, all-inclusive regulatory support proposals for the total lifecycle of the projects
  • Monitor the acquisition process in designated data systems and ensure contracts, grants, or other agreements are funded as outlined
  • Maintain project and grant/contract financial reports (planned expenditures to invoiced expenditures) and coordinate with funding chain personnel in other organizations or commands
  • Prepare budget advisory council forms, executive summaries (EXSUMs), and purchase requests
  • Maintain all budget estimates and actual hours spent supporting products
  • Maintain product support data, including direct product support versus indirect full-time equivalent percentages for the organization staff
  • Participates in special projects as required


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Finance or related discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training, or work experience
  • 8-10 years of related finance or business analysis experience
  • Knowledge of various DoD activities - financial and cost analysis, budget formulation, budget execution, and acquisition / logistics activities.
  • Knowledge of GFEBS or other govt enterprise resource planning system (SAP for example)
  • Capability to work with the Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communications skills
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • Must be Public Trust (T1) clearable


  • Experience in the Government regulatory environment
  • Advanced knowledge of GFEBS and DoD


  • 401K with company match
  • Internal mobility team dedicated to helping you own your career
  • Collaborative teams of highly motivated critical thinkers and innovators
  • Ability to make a real impact on the world around you





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