Assists in developing and staffing new policies affecting FFR programs and is primarily responsible for monitoring related existing Department of the Navy (DON) policy instructions, notices, and laws (e.g. Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV), Department of Defense (DoD), CNIC, Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS)).
Monitors and maintains a policy and reference library which may include, but not limited to, DoD directives, Navy Comptroller (NAVCOMPT) Manual (appropriated fund (APF) Support), CNIC policy directives, etc.; electronic versions of all FFR Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR); and Child and Youth Program policy instructions and guidebooks as well as their associated references.
Performs duties on an ad hoc basis where needed, accomplishing a wide variety of assignments concerning the effectiveness and efficiencies of programs and operations. This includes the use and understanding of Systems Applications Products (SAP) software, payroll (e.g. Kronos, Standard Labor Data Collection Distribution Applications (SLDCADA)), and/or Point of Sale (POS) systems (e.g. RecTrac, Micros).
Provides program assistance and consultation services for a wide variety of programs with complex interrelated issues; works with management to develop funding guidance for subordinate activities in fiscal planning; identifies actual or potential problem areas of interrupting policies, in program management, cash handling, and identifying budgeting shortfalls. Conducts on-site visits to Regions and Installations.
Gathers, interprets, analyzes, and correlates large amounts of narrative and statistical information to permit a thorough analysis of FFR programs on a continual basis. Develops policy-based program standards and metrics in conjunction with FFR staff; and performs analysis to determine the effectiveness of program delivery and makes recommendations to adjust policy or resources to provide optimal FFR programs consistent with available funding; assists with programming, analysis, and control of funds for both NAF and APF.
Initiates and maintains comprehensive liaison with senior representatives of other Navy commands, military services, and DoD officials on program planning and policies pertaining to FFR programs.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge and experience in analyzing a wide range of FFR programs, non-appropriated fund (NAF) and APF, to work with management in developing funding guidance for subordinate activities in fiscal planning.
Ability to identify problem areas of interrupting policies, program management, cash handling, and budgeting shortfalls.
Ability to gather, interpret, analyze, and correlate large amounts of narrative and statistical information to analyze the organizational structure and mission of CNIC, including organizational relationships and structures for execution of FFR programs.
Ability to develop policy-based program standards and metrics to determine the effectiveness of program delivery, make recommendations to adjust policy or resources, and to provide optimal FFR programs consistent with available funding.
Ability to interpret complex instructions, directives, and correspondence and to apply them to specific situations. This includes the ability to use and understand SAP software, payroll (e.g. Kronos, SLDCADA), and/or POS systems (e.g. RecTrac, Micros).
Ability to draft proposals in accordance with Navy correspondence manual.
Knowledge of pertinent laws, regulations, policies, and precedents, which affect the use of program and related support resources in the area studied.
Ability to develop concise, comprehensive presentations on programmatic issues and policy matters.
Ability to use Microsoft Office (MS) Suite programs to prepare presentations in MS Word, MS Power Point, or MS Excel formats.
Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing with a wide variety of personnel.
Ability to compose and edit written correspondence, which may include publications that encompass all FFR programs and operational matters.
Must possess a valid passport or be able to obtain and maintain a passport.
TRAVEL REQUIRED Frequent travel up to 95% may be required to include Continental United States (CONUS) as well as Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) locations.
RELOCATION Not Authorized.
Flexible employees are not eligible to participate in the CNIC benefit programs, nor are they entitled to earn or use leave including military leave, court leave, sick or annual leave. A flexible employee is one who serves in either a continuing or temporary (time limited) position, on a scheduled or unscheduled (as needed or intermittent) basis, up to 40 hours per week.
Some positions have special requirements. Selectee may be required to complete a one (1) year probationary period. Participation in Direct Deposit/Electronic Fund Transfer within the first 30 days of employment is required. We utilize E-Verify to confirm selectee’s eligibility to work in the United States. Salary is dependent on experience and/or education.
This announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies within 60 days of issuance of selection certificate. For positions requiring travel more than twice per year, selectee may be required to obtain and maintain in good standing a Government-issued Travel Card for official government travel purposes.
DON is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, genetic information, reprisal, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or any other non-merit factor. The DON provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. Applicants with disabilities who believe they may require reasonable accommodation(s) should email their request to [email protected] to ensure proper consideration is given.
|03/02/17||Programmer/Analyst||Judicial Branch, U.S. Courts||Rockford, Illinois|
|03/02/17||Programmer/Analyst||Judicial Branch, U.S. Courts||Chicago, Illinois|