Sr Finance/Supply Chain Analyst
Job ID: 4183
CALIBRE, an employee-owned management consulting and information technology solutions company is seeking a Senior Finance/Supply Chain Analyst to support the U.S. Army in Kuwait.
The Sr Finance/Supply Chain Analyst’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Must have access to or the ability to obtain access quickly to the General Funds Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) and GCSS-A finance and supply reports. Certifications are required in these areas for this access.
- Perform document number reconciliation between the supply and financial systems to determine if there are invalid document numbers with obligations applied.
- Familiarity with working in the Acquisition Cross Servicing Agreements (ACSA) system to bill coalition partners.
- Continued use GCSS-Army ZPARK to review and cancel requisitions as directed.
- Effective communication with supported units in regards to transactional documents status as well as communicate with J8/J4 Staff personnel. The candidate will work closely with the J8 and provide documents for corrective action.
Additional duties include, but are not limited to:
- Data input troubleshooting.
- Logistics training services support
- Have pre-existing knowledge of Army logistics data and systems including the tools under AESIP, LDAC, GCSS-Army, GFEBS, and other DoD equipment management systems.
- Experience managing unique force structure reporting processes for specific tactical requirements.
- Understand deployed Army structures and be familiar with Army logistics and readiness policies and procedures.
- Expertise with Microsoft Word, Excel, Power point, use of Pivot tables and reports.
- Active DoD security clearance at the Secret level is required.
- Have 5-7 years of experience with Army logistics and financial management systems.
- Bachelor's degree required in related field (Other education, commensurate experience and demonstrated ability of individual may be substituted.)
- *Extended hours, 6 days a week/11 hours a day, with very little supervision in a highly charged and fast-paced environment.