Financial Anst Sr

A highly challenging opportunity exists for a motivated individual to join the Program Control team in the Advanced Electronic Warfare Solutions (AEWS) product area within IEWS Product Line, part of the Electronic Combat Solutions Business Area. The proposal and program that the chosen candidate will be responsible for is extremely diverse and offer tremendous growth experience. The program includes design and development contract as well as production.

Reporting to the finance manager for Advanced Electronic Warfare Solutions (AEWS), the Senior Program Control Analyst will lead efforts to support the IEWS Finance objectives. These objectives include meeting or exceeding key salients; providing timely and accurate delivery of core products; continuous improvement ideas and updates of current processes; and performing ad hoc analysis as necessary. The candidate will have exposure to various levels of management including the Product Line Director, Product Line Finance Management, ECS Finance Director, ECS Planning and Analysis and ECS Pricing.

Specific Responsibilities of the position will include:

  • Baseline program
  • Program Control support to program teams (PMs and Functional) and ensure all internal and external customer financial requirements are met
  • Organize and lead various business cycle reporting requirements as necessary. Reporting includes but is not limited to Product Line and Business Area Reviews, QBR, and IBP updates
  • Lead monthly reporting in accordance with established business cadence

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