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Full Time
7/1/2024
Woodbridge, VA 22195
(21.3 miles)
Job OverviewIf you find yourself at a professional crossroads, a career as a financial advisor may be the right change for you. Financial advisors partner with clients to help them achieve their long-term financial goals: retirement, building wealth, estate strategies, funding education and more. As a financial advisor with Edward Jones, you'll develop and grow your own practice, supported by your branch team, a home-office team and other regional financial advisors. You'll benefit from the experience that comes from 100 years of history. We're proud to have more offices in the U.S. and Canada than any other investment firm, serving over eight million clients.Our financial advisors are valued partners, and we credit much of our success to their unique experiences and professional backgrounds. We value an inclusive environment where everyone's different viewpoints help to achieve results. Financial advisors lead the branch team to serve clients and contribute to the firm's purpose. They deeply understand the client's goals and why they are important to accelerate trust and help them stay on track. Edward Jones helps you positively impact clients' lives and work together to achieve their long-term financial goals, enabling you to make a difference in your community.We'll give you the support you need. Our team will be there every step of the way, providing:Paid training - Get registered and licensed and learn how to be a financial advisor with the industry's top training program1.Salary for the first four years as you begin to build your practice2A firm-provided branch office in the community Branch office support to help lighten the load so you can focus on your clients A support network that extends from your branch office to your region to the home office - You'll work independently, but will have a team of thousands backing you every step of the way.Benefits:Includes bonus potential, 401K, and comprehensive health benefitsFor more information please visit: Edward Jones Benefits PageYou can also expect...No ceiling to your earning potential and growth, and your compensation is tied to the effort you put in A compensation package that includes opportunities for commissions, profit sharing and incentive travelThe flexibility that you need to balance your personal and professional lives - the best of both worlds A culture of continuous improvement and professional developmentKey Responsibilities Build relationships to create new clients via face-to-face and virtual sourcing strategies (residential, business, networking, introductions and referrals, social media, and speaking engagements).Deeply understand clients' and prospective clients' needs, priorities, and concerns to accelerate trust and create personalized, comprehensive strategies to help them achieve their goals.Oversee branch processes, roles, and responsibilities to ensure a high-quality, streamlined client experience consistent with firm policies and procedures, regulatory requirements, and ethical guidelines.Engage the branch team to create, monitor, and adjust the branch business plan to increase branch effectiveness and achieve desired business results. Create a highly engaging environment in the branch of mutual trust, respect, feedback and accountability.1 For the 23rd consecutive year, Edward Jones was named a top company for training. The firm ranked No. 14 on Training magazine's prestigious 2023 Training APEX awards listed by Training magazine. 2023 Training Magazine Training Apex Award, published February 2023, date as of September 2022, an application fee was required for consideration2 As your new asset compensation and commissions increase over the first four years, salary will decreaseSkills/RequirementsSuccessful financial advisors demonstrate a unique combination of ambition, self-motivation, and commitment to establishing long-term client relationships. Financial advisors grow the business through identifying and creating new clients through initial discover of financial goals and deepening relationships with existing clients by reviewing investment strategies and implementation recommendations. Financial advisors earning potential is reflective of their performance.What characteristics would make you a successful financial advisor An interest in financial services/markets and how they workLove of learning and challenges, including determination to succeed Skilled in long-term relationship buildingComfortable in your ability to think criticallyPassion for new opportunitiesCan you see yourself...Learning to be a financial advisor through our comprehensive training program Delivering personalized investment and financial solutions to your clients Taking ownership of your business's growth and success Meeting professional and personal objectives as they relate to building your practice Working in and positively impacting your local community Skills/RequirementsCandidates should have at least one of the four qualifications bullets listed below:A bachelor's degree is strongly preferred or equivalent work-related experience within the securities/financial services industryFinancial services and/or sales experienceFinancial services registration, licensing, or certificationProfessional and/or military career progressionLicensing:SIE (which can be obtained without Firm sponsorship), Series 7 and Series 66 will be required; if not currently registered, registrations may be obtained at Edward Jones during the assigned paid study period.FINRA registrations required within three months. State insurance licenses will be required.As an associate, you are required to complete ongoing training offered by the firm and regulatory authorities (FINRA and SEC), as well as required CE training to ensure licenses remain in good standing.Awards & AccoladesAt Edward Jones, we are building a place where everyone feels like they belong. We're proud of our associates' contributions to the firm and the recognitions we have received.Check out our U.S. awards and accolades: Insights & Information Blog Postings about Edward JonesCheck out our Canadian awards and accolades: Insights & Information Blog Postings about Edward JonesAbout UsJoin a financial services firm where your contributions are valued. Edward Jones is a Fortune 500¹ company where people come first. With over 8 million clients and 19,000 financial advisors across the U.S. and Canada, we're proud to be privately-owned, placing the focus on our clients rather than shareholder returns.Behind everything we do is our purpose: We partner for positive impact to improve the lives of our clients and colleagues, and together, better our communities and society. We are an innovative, flexible, and inclusive organization that attracts, develops, and inspires performance excellence and a sense of belonging. People are at the center of our partnership. Edward Jones associates are seen, heard, respected, and supported. This is what we believe makes us the best place to start or build your career. View our Purpose, Inclusion and Citizenship Report.1Fortune 500, published June 2023, data as of December 2022. Compensation provided for using, not obtaining, the rating.Edward Jones does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy, veteran status, genetic information or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.#LI-USFATA
Full Time
7/2/2024
Laurel, MD 20723
(33.7 miles)
DescriptionAre you interested in working with internal and external project teams responsible for all aspects of facilities projects from design through construction Would you like to work at the nation 's largest university affiliated research center supporting construction projects of national significance If so the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), a national leader in scientific research and development, located midway between Baltimore and Washington, DC is seeking a Senior Construction Cost Estimatorfor design and construction of new buildings and renovations of existing buildings.In the Senior Construction Cost Estimator position, you will be a key contributor as you prepare estimates by developing project work breakdown structures, calculating complete scope of work take-offs, apply construction means and methods, perform constructability reviews and calculate total project costs. Design teams will also collaborate with you on the quality and amount of input vital to develop the efficient design solutions. You will develop cost estimates, reports and presentations as well as analyze historical data.As a Senior Construction Cost Estimator your responsibilities include...Works with the Facilities Design and Construction (FDC) leadership team to develop estimating systems and processesApply estimating terminology, measures, concepts, and principlesRecognizes how various processes/project actions and assumptions may impact the project estimates and begin to assist in quantifying the impactProvide review and analysis of contractor bids on construction projectsReads and interprets drawings and specificationsWorks with the Project Manager to develop cash flow schedules and estimatesUnderstand market price for construction materials and labor costs in the Baltimore/Washington regionUse software such as Navisworks, AutoCAD, and Bluebeam to provide cost estimatesReview design changes in terms of cost impact to the projectReview construction change orders for cost and schedule impactPerform value engineering and estimate cost savingsPerform constructability reviews and recommendations, identifying the cost impactCompile and record all related documentsCost consulting from inception to completion and ongoing cost advice to FDC leadership at a portfolio levelBuild out and run a comprehensive cost refence database of historical projects based on project type, size, use cases, etc.Track the latest costs trends as it relates to design and construction projectsYou will apply APL vehicles in the course of day to day operations. QualificationsYou meet our minimum qualifications for the job if you have...Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Construction ManagementFive (5) years related estimating experienceExperience leading, assembling and communicating estimate work to Clients and bid sheets for contractorsStrong and effective written, oral and presentation skillsProficient skills in the area of current technology, i.e., Microsoft Office SuiteExperience with estimating software such as CostWorks, Timberline, and MII Estimating systemsDemonstrates an ability to complete tasks with independently and with minimum supervisionProficient at relationship building and conflict resolutionExtensive knowledge of construction methods and techniques, attention to detail ensuring accurate results, ability to identify cost drivers and pull data from industry leading cost publicationsExperienced with providing efficient alternatives and different material selections, construction equipment, and production methods for each project in order to maintain scope, schedule, and budgetPerformance of this job requires a valid state of residence driver's license. The selected candidate will be subject to a motor vehicle record check.Are able to obtain a Top Secret level security clearance. If selected, you will be subject to a government secret clearance investigation and must meet the requirements for access to classified information. Eligibility requirements include U.S. citizenshipYou go above and beyond minimum qualifications for the job if you...Bachelor’s degree plus 10 years of experience in estimating/cost consultingPrevious experience working on complex, secure government or defense industry projectsProfessional registration from a construction industry recognized association such as the Certified Professional Estimator (CPE) from the American Society of Professional Estimators, the Certified Cost Estimator/Analyst (CCEA) from the International Cost Estimating & Analysis Association, the Professional Certificate in Construction Estimating (PCSE), Certificate in Construction Estimating (CiCE), or other relevant certification associationsWhy work at APL The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) brings world-class expertise to our nation’s most critical defense, security, space and science challenges. While we are dedicated to solving complex challenges and pioneering new technologies, what makes us truly outstanding is our culture. We offer a vibrant, welcoming atmosphere where you can bring your authentic self to work, continue to grow, and build strong connections with inspiring teammates. At APL, we celebrate our differences and encourage creativity and bold, new ideas. Our employees enjoy generous benefits, including a robust education assistance program, unparalleled retirement contributions, and a healthy work/life balance. APL’s campus is located in the Baltimore-Washington metro area. Learn more about our career opportunities athttp://www.jhuapl.edu/careers. About UsAPL is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, veteran status, occupation, marital or familial status, political opinion, personal appearance, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.APL is committed to promoting an innovative environment that embraces diversity, encourages creativity, and supports inclusion of new ideas. In doing so, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodation to individuals of all abilities, including those with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate in any part of the hiring process, please contact . Only by ensuring that everyone’s voice is heard are we empowered to be bold, do great things, and make the world a better place.
Full Time
7/1/2024
McLean, VA 22102
(14.5 miles)
We are the leading provider of professional services to the middle market globally, our purpose is to instill confidence in a world of change, empowering our clients and people to realize their full potential. Our exceptional people are the key to our unrivaled, inclusive culture and talent experience and our ability to be compelling to our clients. You’ll find an environment that inspires and empowers you to thrive both personally and professionally. There’s no one like you and that’s why there’s nowhere like RSM.As a member of our Credits, Incentives and Methods (CIM) group, you will be responsible for providing tax consulting and advisory services around the timing of recognizing revenue, expense, capitalization, cost recovery and inventory accounting – whether based on regulatory change, tax planning/optimization, liquidity or preparation for a transaction. These services include accounting method reviews, the filing of accounting method or period changes, participating in M&A structuring and diligence, writing of technical advice memorandums, researching technical filing positions and broadly interacting with both internal tax professionals and external client stakeholders.As a member of our Credits, Incentives, & Methods (CIM) group, working specifically with tax Accounting Methods & Periods (AMP) team, you will be responsible for the following advisory duties which are focused around two core concepts: your technical and quality expertise and delivering excellent client service:Identification, project management, and initial technical review of AMP projects, supported by Washington National Tax office (WNT) AMP specialists, including overall changes, revenue recognition, expense recognition, inventory/UNICAP/LIFO, capitalization/cost recovery, Section 174 R&E expenditures, leasing engagements, strategic method review projects, and impacts of transactions/mergers on methodsManage delivery of AMP projects (typically automatic or advanced consent changes), including calculation of 481(a) adjustments, impact on tax provisions/reserves, and IRS exam support, while managing teams of 2-4 professionalsUnderstand financial accounting (GAAP; IFRS) and current financial accounting pronouncements Research and write tax advice, opinion, and position memorandumsDraft and review technical memoranda, legal basis disclosures, responses to IRS inquiries, and IRS Ruling requestsIssue spot and pursue AMP services for existing and prospective clientsBuild rapport with RSM Managers, Sr. Managers and PartnersIdentification and pursuit of AMP services for existing and prospective clients, collaborating as a pursuit member with RSM’s Growth Acceleration TeamsCross-team, and cross-line-of-business relationship building, collaboration, and identification of service areas in conjunction with RSM’s Enterprise Account LeadersTrain, mentor, develop, and grow AMP professionalsBasic Qualifications:Minimum B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent from an accredited universityCPA or JD required5+ years of experience in public accounting, with a proven track record of project management and mentorshipStrong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to concisely articulate complex informationAbility to travel to client sites, which may include overnight accommodations – up to 25% of the timeAbility to effectively collaborate amongst team, client service teams, and client teams Preferred Qualifications:Masters in Accounting, Tax, or other related field; MBA, JD/LLM3+ years of experience working with tax accounting methods and inventoryExperience working for national accounting firm in a specialized practice areaAt RSM, we offer a competitive benefits and compensation package for all our people. We support and inspire you to prioritize your wellbeing by delivering personalized, holistic programming for your physical, emotional, financial and community wellbeing. RSM has a generous time off policy with at least 14 paid holidays, wellbeing days and associate and above access to self-managed time off. We offer flexibility in your schedule, empowering you to balance life’s demands, while also maintaining your ability to serve clients. Learn more about our total rewards at https://rsmus.com/careers/working-at-rsm/benefits.RSM is proud to be an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We are proud to provide our employees with tools to assist them in being successful in achieving both personal and professional goals. We welcome and support all our employees to thrive in an environment free of discrimination and harassment. As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer all applicants will receive consideration for employment as RSM does not tolerate discrimination and/or harassment based on race; color; creed; sincerely held religious beliefs, practices or observances; sex (including pregnancy or disabilities related to nursing); gender (including gender identity and/or gender expression); sexual orientation; HIV Status; national origin; ancestry; familial or marital status; age; physical or mental disability; citizenship; political affiliation; medical condition (including family and medical leave); domestic violence victim status; past, current or prospective service in the US uniformed service; pre-disposing genetic characteristics or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law.Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available upon request in connection with the recruitment process and/or employment/partnership. RSM is committed to providing equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation to complete an application, interview, or otherwise participate in the recruiting process, please call us at or send us an email at .RSM does not intend to hire entry level candidates who will require sponsorship now OR in the future (i.e. F-1 visa holders). If you are a recent U.S. college / university graduate possessing 1-2 years of progressive and relevant work experience in a same or similar role to the one for which you are applying, excluding internships, you may be eligible for hire as an experienced associate.Compensation Range: $97,200 - $183,700Individualsselected for this role will be eligible for a discretionary bonus based on firm and individual performance.
Full Time
6/19/2024
Washington, DC 20001
(25.8 miles)
Job Title:ControllerLocation:Washington, D.C.Compensation:Up to $165K base + bonusThe Kostelic Agency, in partnership with a prominent force in the services industry, is excited to announce a job opportunity for a Controller.Our client, one of the fastest-growing service companies in the nation, is seeking a Controller to join their team. They have a strong foothold in their industry and have seen remarkable organic and inorganic growth. They exceeded their FY2023 revenue projections of $2B, and this year, FY2024, they are projected to reach $2.5B in annual revenues.This is a pivotal role in shaping our clients accounting organization and collaborating with senior leadership. This position requires a blend of leadership, technical skill, and a hands-on approach to managing accounting functions. You'll be at the forefront of automating financial reporting, ensuring GAAP compliance, and leading the year-end audit process.This role reports to the VP of Accounting, who boasts an impressive background in public accounting, including a tenure as a Senior Manager at a Big 4 firm. Additionally, the role will be supported by the CFO, who has a remarkable background in Investment Banking and Private Equity. Both will provide guidance and mentorship, fostering your growth in the role. This position offers expansive opportunities for professional development, making it an ideal time to join our dynamic company.Key Responsibilities:Lead and manage all accounting activities, including AP/AR, inventory, payroll, and month-end processes.Automate and ensure 99.5% accuracy in financial reporting in line with GAAP, and make it audit-ready.Manage cash effectively with robust internal controls.Oversee robust monthly, quarterly, and year-end close processes, including reconciliations and general ledger analyses.Lead integration of acquisitions into accounting systems.Implement and monitor internal controls, coordinate with external auditors, and assist in budget planning.Drive strategic initiatives and process improvements, prepare analytical presentations, and lead various ad-hoc projects.Qualifications:6+ years of accounting experience, public accounting foundation preferred.Bachelor's in accounting, master’s degree a plus. Active CPA license preferred.Strong understanding of U.S. GAAP accounting.Desired Experience:Proven leadership in accounting processes.Experience in team development and organization.Familiarity with Sage Intacct and ERP implementations beneficial.Excellent communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills.Highly motivated, independent, and results-driven, with a positive, team-oriented attitude.Most accounting/ finance employees at this company have a background in either Investment Banking, Private Equity, or Public Accounting. If you're looking for a team to learn from, constantly be challenged, and proud to be a part of, this could be a great opportunity for you.Interested applicants can apply directly to this posting, or email us to arrange a confidential conversation: Discover exclusive, unadvertised opportunities by following The Kostelic Agency – stay ahead in your career with our unique, nationwide openings.View all our active openings @ TheKostelicAgency.comFollow us onLinkedInto never miss an incredible opportunity!
Full Time
7/14/2024
Herndon, VA 20170
(5.9 miles)
Please review the job details below.Maxar is currently looking for a Project Accountant to join the Accounting team in Herndon, VA.Responsibilities:Prepare, issue, and post accurate and timely monthly invoices for FFP, T&M, and CPFF contracts to customers using Deltek CostPoint billing module.Prepare schedules that support customer-driven reporting requirements.Submit accurate and timely invoices through various client portals as necessary.Prepare contract closeout billings and collaborate with Contracts and PCO groups to ensure completeness.Participate in the contract kick-off meeting, read and understand the terms of the contract and ensure set-up meets contractual requirements.Partner with contracts and Program Control Analysts to complete the Project Set-up Form and maintain all necessary records.Set up new current projects in CostPoint as necessary to include: entering modifications, contract ceilings, workforce, rates, revenue and billing formula, etc.Support audit requests by DCAA, external public auditors, and internal audit as necessary.Maintain detailed, well-organized billing files to facilitate smooth audits, contract close-outs, and reconciliations.Update Contract Master File with modifications and staffing changes.Analyze Aged AR for delinquent payments and contact customers concerning collections.Work closely with the Contracts team, PM's and Line Managers on invoicing approvals, questions, and follow-up.Reconcile Billed and Unbilled GL accounts on a monthly basisMinimum Qualifications:Must be a U.S. CitizenMinimum of 2-5 years of experience in accounting and billingRequires Bachelor's degree in Accounting/Finance and/or equivalent years of experience.CostPoint experiencePreferred Qualifications:Government contract billing experienceOur salary ranges are market-driven and set to allow for flexibility. Individual pay will be competitive based on a candidate’s unique set of knowledge, skills, and geographic diversity, with earnings potential commensurate with experience. The range for this position is:$65,000.00 - $109,000.00 annually.Maxar employees must follow all applicable Maxar policies and COVID-19 requirements as well as those of Maxar customers and third parties. Individual job requirements may vary, and Maxar reserves the right to modify its policies and requirements as it deems appropriate in accordance with applicable law.Maxar Technologies values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Full Time
7/13/2024
Dulles, VA 20101
(2.5 miles)
Description The Financial Services Budget Formulation Analyst assumes a pivotal role within the customer’s organization, playing a critical and multifaceted part in bolstering the Intelligence Planning, Programming, Budget, and Execution Process (IPPBE). In this dynamic position, the candidate will be responsible for an array of essential tasks aimed at ensuring the financial health and strategic alignment of a directorate/component/office financial resources.A key aspect of the role involves spearheading the development, execution, and meticulous monitoring of budgets tailored to meet both internal and external requirements. This entails a comprehensive understanding of the Intelligence Community’s financial landscape, including intricate details related to resource allocation, budget forecasting, and Congressional appropriations and allocations.The Financial Services Budget Formulation Analyst will actively contribute to the formulation, support, and execution of the National Intelligence Program (NIP) Budget. This responsibility extends beyond traditional budgetary tasks, encompassing a strategic mindset to align financial resources with the overarching goals and objectives of the NIP. The role demands a keen ability to analyze and synthesize complex financial data, enabling informed decision-making and resource allocation in alignment with IC and organizational priorities.In addition to direct budgetary responsibilities, the candidate will engage in collaborative efforts with cross-functional teams, fostering effective communication and coordination. This involves working closely with government stakeholders to understand their financial needs, providing insights, and ensuring alignment with broader organizational strategies. The Financial Services Budget Formulation Analyst will serve as a subject matter expert, staying up-to-date relevant legislative and financial appropriation and authorization changes that may impact budgetary considerations for the IC.Ultimately, this role requires a dynamic individual who can navigate the financial intricacies of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the IC; contribute strategically to budget formulation objectives and goals of the organization; and collaborate effectively to ensure the financial resilience and success of the Intelligence Planning, Programming, Budget, and Execution Process.If you are a seasoned IC financial professional with a passion for contributing to the strategic financial health of an organization and are adept at navigating the complexities of IC budget formulation, we invite you to bring your expertise to our team.Key Responsibilities:Provide expert guidance and produce reports related to budget and financial activities for the component.Support budget program execution, ensuring alignment with available resources and programmatic goals.Generate budget reports for customer offices, components, and NIP programs, including funding and activity summary profiles.Assist in developing, reviewing, and responding to budget exercise submissions to align with organizational strategic goals.Aid in developing fiscal guidance and implementation schedules for each budget phase, subject to customer review and acceptance.Contribute to the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and recommend process enhancements.Contribute to the development of budget analysis, financial data calls, and portfolio reviews.Aid the customer in developing and evaluating fiscal program builds for both internal components and IC-wide Programs.Draft narratives, vignettes, and input for the Congressional Budget Justification Book (CBJB) to Congress.Support the development and production of the CBJB National Intelligence Program missions of interest, special topics, and related sections.Generate talking points, briefings, products, reports, and congressional directed action responses pertaining to the NIP, delivering these to large interagency forums and working groups.Assess the IC budget across cross-functional areas and disciplines.Participate in the full cycle of intelligence planning, programming, budgeting, and evaluation.Collaborate with USG and IC partners through large interagency forums and working groups.Collect and analyze various financial reports and data calls through strategic portfolio reviews.Track congressional legislation and its impacts on the NIP budget.Develop standard operating procedures and deliver training to customers.Develop and produce cost-benefit trade-offs and investment strategies for the NIP budget.Required Qualifications:Current and active TS/SCI Clearance with Counterintelligence (CI) Polygraph.Typically requires a BA degree in a pertinent field, such as Finance, Accounting, or Economics, demonstrating a strong academic foundation relevant to the position and 12 – 15 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 10 – 13 years of prior relevant experience. Experience can be exchanged for degree requirements.A minimum of 7-10 years working in government budgeting of which 3-5 years must be within the Intelligence Community.Proven expertise of government budget formulation activities and adept familiarity with the intricacies of the Intelligence Planning, Programming, Budget, and Execution Process (IPPBE).Original Posting Date:2024-06-20While subject to change based on business needs, Leidos reasonably anticipates that this job requisition will remain open for at least 3 days with an anticipated close date of no earlier than 3 days after the original posting date as listed above.Pay Range:Pay Range $108,550.00 - $196,225.00The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline onlyand not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.
Full Time
7/10/2024
Washington, DC 20005
(25.2 miles)
We are the leading provider of professional services to the middle market globally, our purpose is to instill confidence in a world of change, empowering our clients and people to realize their full potential. Our exceptional people are the key to our unrivaled, inclusive culture and talent experience and our ability to be compelling to our clients. You’ll find an environment that inspires and empowers you to thrive both personally and professionally. There’s no one like you and that’s why there’s nowhere like RSM.RSM’s Washington National Tax team is an experience-based group of distinguished tax professionals who track tax developments directly from the sources and immediately translate the information into how these changes impact our clients. With resources across the country and a physical presence in Washington, D.C., our team stays up to date on the latest developments in tax policy and tax developments. Team members share their analysis of potential implications of new tax laws, Treasury regulations and IRS pronouncements through a regular cadence of articles, webcasts and newsletters and working closely with our engagement teams and clients.The accounting methods and periods practice is seeking an experienced candidate to join our group in a senior manager level position. This position will provide technical support for tax-saving and risk mitigation opportunities, work with industry-specific teams across the country and globally to identify and develop strategies around emerging technical issues, and train RSM professionals on accounting methods. In addition to strong tax technical capabilities, the candidate should be prepared to describe training and development skills, project management skills, and collaboration skills across geographies and experience levels.Specific responsibilities will include:Research, address, and consult on technical issues specific to revenue and cost recognition, inventory, capitalization, and cost recoveryMonitor guidance issued by the Internal Revenue Service/Department of the Treasury and new legislation relevant to tax accountingLead the development of thought leadership and technical trainingPartner with other RSM professionals to introduce and discuss planning opportunities and strategies with external clientsIntegrate with specific tax and industry leaders to identify emerging or relevant technical issuesProvide quality review of Form 3115 – Application for Change in Accounting MethodQualifications:J.D./Tax LL.M. or CPA7+ years of experience in tax accounting methods & periodsAt RSM, we offer a competitive benefits and compensation package for all our people. We support and inspire you to prioritize your wellbeing by delivering personalized, holistic programming for your physical, emotional, financial and community wellbeing. RSM has a generous time off policy with at least 14 paid holidays, wellbeing days and associate and above access to self-managed time off. We offer flexibility in your schedule, empowering you to balance life’s demands, while also maintaining your ability to serve clients. Learn more about our total rewards at https://rsmus.com/careers/working-at-rsm/benefits.RSM is proud to be an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We are proud to provide our employees with tools to assist them in being successful in achieving both personal and professional goals. We welcome and support all our employees to thrive in an environment free of discrimination and harassment. As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer all applicants will receive consideration for employment as RSM does not tolerate discrimination and/or harassment based on race; color; creed; sincerely held religious beliefs, practices or observances; sex (including pregnancy or disabilities related to nursing); gender (including gender identity and/or gender expression); sexual orientation; HIV Status; national origin; ancestry; familial or marital status; age; physical or mental disability; citizenship; political affiliation; medical condition (including family and medical leave); domestic violence victim status; past, current or prospective service in the US uniformed service; pre-disposing genetic characteristics or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law.Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available upon request in connection with the recruitment process and/or employment/partnership. RSM is committed to providing equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation to complete an application, interview, or otherwise participate in the recruiting process, please call us at or send us an email at .RSM does not intend to hire entry level candidates who will require sponsorship now OR in the future (i.e. F-1 visa holders). If you are a recent U.S. college / university graduate possessing 1-2 years of progressive and relevant work experience in a same or similar role to the one for which you are applying, excluding internships, you may be eligible for hire as an experienced associate.Compensation Range: $137,700 - $276,700Individualsselected for this role will be eligible for a discretionary bonus based on firm and individual performance.
Full Time
7/14/2024
Herndon, VA 20170
(5.9 miles)
Please review the job details below.Responsibilities:Prepare monthly close journal entries in accordance with established close schedule.Prepare monthly or quarterly balance sheet account reconciliations.Prepare quarterly or annual schedules to provide to Corporate (footnote or supplemental disclosures, fluctuation analysis, etc).Assist with financial statement, internal control and DCAA audits as needed.Special projects and analysis work as assignedMinimum Requirements:Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent ResidentMinimum 5 years of experience in general accounting (journal entries, account reconciliations, monthly close)Requires a Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance. 4 additional years of experience may be substituted in lieu of a degree.Preferred Skills:Experience in accounting for publicly traded companyExperience with Deltek CostpointDetailed oriented and strong organization skillsStrong Microsoft Excel skillsAbility to handle fast-paced, changing environmentOur salary ranges are market-driven and set to allow for flexibility. Individual pay will be competitive based on a candidate’s unique set of knowledge, skills, and geographic diversity, with earnings potential commensurate with experience. The range for this position is:$65,000.00 - $109,000.00 annually.Maxar employees must follow all applicable Maxar policies and COVID-19 requirements as well as those of Maxar customers and third parties. Individual job requirements may vary, and Maxar reserves the right to modify its policies and requirements as it deems appropriate in accordance with applicable law.Maxar Technologies values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Full Time
7/12/2024
Chevy Chase, MD 20825
(16.2 miles)
Description Looking for a rewarding career challenge Unleash your potentialat Leidos, we deliver innovative solutions through the efforts of our diverse and talented people who are dedicated to our customer’s success. We empower our teams, contribute to our communities, and operate sustainably. Everything we do is built on a commitment to do the right thing for our customers, our people, and our community. Our Mission, Vision, and Values guide the way we do business. With Leidos, you will enjoy competitive benefits such as Paid Time Off, Flexible Schedules, Discounted Stock Purchase Plans, Education and Training Support, Parental Paid Leave, and more!If this sounds like an environment where you can thrive, keep reading!Are you ready to join an incredible team This contract is critical to the government and allows team members to work independently and in a team environment to achieve success. If you are passionate, motivated, and want to be part of an organization that values your contributions, we want to hear from you. Apply today!Your greatest work is ahead!Financial Services Budget Analyst- ExecutionJob Description:The pivotal role of the Financial Services Budget Execution Analyst is indispensable in driving the success of the Intelligence Planning, Programming, Budget, and Execution Process. Tasked with the intricate responsibility of developing, executing, and meticulously monitoring budgets, the candidate will play a crucial role in ensuring the optimal allocation of financial resources. This involves a multifaceted approach, including conducting detailed analysis of financial data to identify trends, monitor spend plans, and provide insights, thereby contributing significantly to strategic decision-making.At the heart of this role lies the core responsibility of overseeing the development, execution, and vigilant monitoring of budgets, spend plans, contracts, and financial commitments. These efforts are dedicated to meeting the diverse needs of a directorate/component/office's financial operations. Success in this position hinges on a comprehensive understanding of the Intelligence Community's (IC) financial execution process, coupled with an adept handling of intricate details related to financial management, expenditure forecasting, and fiscal oversight.Beyond foundational budget execution tasks, the Financial Services Budget Execution Analyst is charged with navigating complex financial landscapes to optimize both financial and resource utilization. This involves conducting thorough analyses, identifying areas for improvement, and implementing strategies that enhance fiscal efficiency and accountability.Moreover, the Financial Services Budget Execution Analyst assumes a crucial role as a key liaison between various government stakeholders, fostering clear communication and collaboration to ensure the alignment of financial plans with organizational priorities. This collaborative approach extends to engaging with internal components and offices to streamline processes, address challenges, and cultivate a culture of transparency and accountability.This comprehensive and multifaceted position presents a unique opportunity for a qualified Budget Execution Analyst to contribute to the financial resilience and success of their customer within the dynamic landscape of the Intelligence Community. If you are a seasoned financial professional with a passion for optimizing financial processes and possess adeptness in navigating the complexities of budget execution, we invite you to apply to our team.Key Responsibilities:Provide expert insights to support and contribute to the analysis and reporting of a component’s financial activities and budget.Assist in crafting comprehensive spend plans and closely monitor financial execution activities.Record and track interagency agreements for facilitating Economy Act and other financial transactions.Document financial commitments, obligations, and expenses with precision and accuracy.Ensure meticulous preparation and processing of transactions, verifying and certifying payments.Collaborate with stakeholders to execute budgets effectively, ensuring alignment with programmatic goals and optimal resource utilization.Generate detailed budget reports encompassing funding and activity summaries for various stakeholders, including the customer's offices, component, and NIP programs.Assist in the development of budget submissions, ensuring alignment with strategic goals.Contribute to the creation of fiscal guidance and implantation schedules for each budget phase, subject to customer review and acceptance.Support adherence to Intelligence Planning, Programming, Budget, and Execution (IPPBE) deadlines and milestones, facilitating customer participation in necessary processes.Contribute to the enhancement of operational procedures by recommending and implementing process improvements.Maintain a meticulous record and tracking system for interagency agreements, facilitating seamless financial transactions.Resolve outstanding financial obligations and undelivered orders proficiently.Provide dedicated support to COTRs and the Chief of Staff, aiding in the execution of their requirements and addressing process-related inquiries.Assist the Sponsor in drafting and refining ODNI acquisition policies and instructions.Engage in developing insightful budget analysis, participating in financial data calls, and conducting portfolio reviews.Collaborate with the customer in the development and evaluation of fiscal program builds for both internal components and IC-wide Programs.Devise effective methods to track spending, execution, commitments, obligations, and expenses for the component.Develop strategic program briefs to effectively communicate critical information.Conduct comprehensive assessments of the budget, ensuring balance across various functions and disciplines.Contribute to and generate various communication materials, such as talking points, briefs, and reports pertaining to budgets, for dissemination through interagency forums and working groups.Collaborate closely with USG and IC partners in large interagency forums and working groups, fostering effective communication and collaboration.Required Qualifications:Current and active TS/SCI Clearance with Counterintelligence (CI) Polygraph.Hold a Bachelor’s degree in a pertinent field, such as Finance, Accounting, or Economics, demonstrating a strong academic foundation relevant to the position and 12–15 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 10–13 years of prior relevant experience. Experience in exchange for degreeA minimum of 7-10 years working in government budgeting of which 3-5 years must be within the Intelligence Community.Proven expertise of government budget execution activities and adept familiarity with the intricacies of the Intelligence Planning, Programming, Budget, and Execution Process (IPPBE).Original Posting Date:2024-07-01While subject to change based on business needs, Leidos reasonably anticipates that this job requisition will remain open for at least 3 days with an anticipated close date of no earlier than 3 days after the original posting date as listed above.Pay Range:Pay Range $108,550.00 - $196,225.00The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline onlyand not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.
Full Time
6/19/2024
Washington, DC 20005
(25.2 miles)
We are the leading provider of professional services to the middle market globally, our purpose is to instill confidence in a world of change, empowering our clients and people to realize their full potential. Our exceptional people are the key to our unrivaled, inclusive culture and talent experience and our ability to be compelling to our clients. You’ll find an environment that inspires and empowers you to thrive both personally and professionally. There’s no one like you and that’s why there’s nowhere like RSM.Our Tax Exempt practice provides clients with tax guidance and planning related to protecting tax-exempt status, preparing and/or reviewing tax returns for exempt organizations and their taxable affiliates (990s/1120s/1065s) and related filings, including international filings as needed, IRS audit defense strategies, and other relevant tax matters. Our people work on key client issues in domestic federal taxation, with a focus on implementing tax strategies that align with the client's business objectives.Responsibilities:Provide tax compliance and/or advisory services to tax-exempt organizationsWork as part of a dedicated team of experienced exempt organization tax professionalsBuild and manage a portfolio of client relationships of varying size and scope and act as the point of contact for internal and external clientsManage teams of tax professionals and assistants working on client projectsManage risk and financial performance of engagements including billings, collections, and tax project budgetsParticipate in and contribute to market and business activities external to the firm Basic Qualifications:8+ years of experience in public accountingActive CPA, EA or licensed JD Experience providing tax compliance and/or advisory services to tax-exempt organizationsExperience managing team members and engagementsAt RSM, we offer a competitive benefits and compensation package for all our people. We support and inspire you to prioritize your wellbeing by delivering personalized, holistic programming for your physical, emotional, financial and community wellbeing. RSM has a generous time off policy with at least 14 paid holidays, wellbeing days and associate and above access to self-managed time off. We offer flexibility in your schedule, empowering you to balance life’s demands, while also maintaining your ability to serve clients. Learn more about our total rewards at https://rsmus.com/careers/working-at-rsm/benefits.RSM is proud to be an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We are proud to provide our employees with tools to assist them in being successful in achieving both personal and professional goals. We welcome and support all our employees to thrive in an environment free of discrimination and harassment. As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer all applicants will receive consideration for employment as RSM does not tolerate discrimination and/or harassment based on race; color; creed; sincerely held religious beliefs, practices or observances; sex (including pregnancy or disabilities related to nursing); gender (including gender identity and/or gender expression); sexual orientation; HIV Status; national origin; ancestry; familial or marital status; age; physical or mental disability; citizenship; political affiliation; medical condition (including family and medical leave); domestic violence victim status; past, current or prospective service in the US uniformed service; pre-disposing genetic characteristics or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law.Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available upon request in connection with the recruitment process and/or employment/partnership. RSM is committed to providing equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation to complete an application, interview, or otherwise participate in the recruiting process, please call us at or send us an email at .RSM does not intend to hire entry level candidates who will require sponsorship now OR in the future (i.e. F-1 visa holders). If you are a recent U.S. college / university graduate possessing 1-2 years of progressive and relevant work experience in a same or similar role to the one for which you are applying, excluding internships, you may be eligible for hire as an experienced associate.Compensation Range: $122,300 - $245,900Individualsselected for this role will be eligible for a discretionary bonus based on firm and individual performance.
Full Time
7/12/2024
Lorton, VA 22079
(27.3 miles)
Description The Digital Modernization Sector at Leidos currently has an opening for a Program Financial Analyst to work in our Lorton, VA office. This is an exciting opportunity to use your experience helping the DHS/HEITS mission. This position will be based in the Lorton, VA office. The position will work directly with Program Management, Project Managers, and Cost Account Managers as well as the Finance and Business Operations Team.Why Leidos Leidos Life promotes excellent work-life balance. You can make an impact and have time for your well-being.Leidos offers many opportunities for career development and advancement.Learn more about the benefits we offer: https://www.leidos.com/careers/pay-benefits.The successful candidate will manage budget and cost on multiple projects with discrete funding sources from multiple agencies across multiple CLINs. They will work one on one with each Cost Account Manager and Project Manager to develop, refine, and report on actuals, estimates to complete, and estimates at complete. They will also report the special project status and progress to the Finance and Business Operations Manager, which will in turn utilize that information to satisfy both external and internal planning and reporting needs. Analyst will coordinate and work with Primary Customer POC’s on Project Statuses and funding actions.Successful candidates must possess the following skills:Manage complex PFA TasksPerform funding/spend plan data reconciliation and consolidation with customer POC’sEstablish and maintain financial plans, track, and report actuals, EAC’s, and variancesMonitor schedules and performance on a high volume of projectsBOM Maintenance and procurement tracking and forecastingProvide Project Data for MOR, QFSR, IPR, MSR and other Leidos and customer deliverablesProvide oversight for Subk funding, PR/PO creation and SLICS/SLATE set upResponsible for overseeing timely Project invoicing and cash collectionBasic QualificationsBachelors’ Degree with 8+ years of applicable experienceFirm understanding of Estimates At CompleteProficient in MS Office Skills, in particular MS ExcelStrong Organization, analytical, presentation and interpersonal skillsExperience in Program FinanceDesire and ability to train Project Managers and Cost Account Managers that lack financial acumenMust be able to “own” the processCustomer FocusedAbility to handle high volume of data (hundreds of projects) in a fast paced, cyclical, and demanding work environmentProven capability and experience working both tandem and serial tasksSelf-motivated with a can-do attitudeAbility to analyze problems for root cause and implement corrective actionStrong Problem solving skillsPrior Finance experience in government contractingKnowledge of Leidos financial systems and applications such as: OBI, Cognos, PowerBI, Fusion, CostPointFAR, GAAP and SOX knowledgeUnderstanding of EVM/”EVM Light”Preferred QualificationsPMP CertificationKnowledge of Leidos financial systems and applications such as: OBI, Cognos, PowerBI, Fusion, CostPointFAR, GAAP and SOX knowledgeOriginal Posting Date:2024-07-01While subject to change based on business needs, Leidos reasonably anticipates that this job requisition will remain open for at least 3 days with an anticipated close date of no earlier than 3 days after the original posting date as listed above.Pay Range:Pay Range $87,100.00 - $157,450.00The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline onlyand not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.#Remote
Full Time
7/10/2024
Washington, DC 20005
(25.2 miles)
We are the leading provider of professional services to the middle market globally, our purpose is to instill confidence in a world of change, empowering our clients and people to realize their full potential. Our exceptional people are the key to our unrivaled, inclusive culture and talent experience and our ability to be compelling to our clients. You’ll find an environment that inspires and empowers you to thrive both personally and professionally. There’s no one like you and that’s why there’s nowhere like RSM.As a member of our Credits, Incentives and Methods (CIM) group, you will be responsible forproviding tax consulting and advisory services around the timing of recognizing revenue, expense, capitalization, cost recovery and inventory accounting – whether based on regulatory change, tax planning/optimization, liquidity or preparation for a transaction. These services include accounting method reviews, the filing of accounting method or period changes, participating in M&A structuring and diligence, writing of technical advice memorandums, researching technical filing positions and broadly interacting with both internal tax professionals and external client stakeholders.The accounting methods and periods practice is seeking an experienced candidate to join our group in a manager level position. This position will provide technical support for tax-saving and risk mitigation opportunities, work with industry-specific teams across the country and globally to identify and develop strategies around emerging technical issues, and train RSM professionals on accounting methods. In addition to strong tax technical capabilities, the candidate should be prepared to describe training and development skills, project management skills, and collaboration skills across geographies and experience levels.Specific responsibilities will include:Research, address, and consult on technical issues specific to revenue and cost recognition, inventory, capitalization, and cost recoveryMonitor guidance issued by the Internal Revenue Service/Department of the Treasury and new legislation relevant to tax accountingLead the development of thought leadership and technical trainingPartner with other RSM professionals to introduce and discuss planning opportunities and strategies with external clientsIntegrate with specific tax and industry leaders to identify emerging or relevant technical issuesProvide quality review of Form 3115 – Application for Change in Accounting MethodQualifications:J.D./Tax LL.M. or CPAExcellent research and writing skillsProven ability to develop and implement policies and proceduresAbility to resolve issues quickly; well organized with strong management skills5+ years of experience in tax accounting methods & periodsAt RSM, we offer a competitive benefits and compensation package for all our people. We support and inspire you to prioritize your wellbeing by delivering personalized, holistic programming for your physical, emotional, financial and community wellbeing. RSM has a generous time off policy with at least 14 paid holidays, wellbeing days and associate and above access to self-managed time off. We offer flexibility in your schedule, empowering you to balance life’s demands, while also maintaining your ability to serve clients. Learn more about our total rewards at https://rsmus.com/careers/working-at-rsm/benefits.RSM is proud to be an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We are proud to provide our employees with tools to assist them in being successful in achieving both personal and professional goals. We welcome and support all our employees to thrive in an environment free of discrimination and harassment. As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer all applicants will receive consideration for employment as RSM does not tolerate discrimination and/or harassment based on race; color; creed; sincerely held religious beliefs, practices or observances; sex (including pregnancy or disabilities related to nursing); gender (including gender identity and/or gender expression); sexual orientation; HIV Status; national origin; ancestry; familial or marital status; age; physical or mental disability; citizenship; political affiliation; medical condition (including family and medical leave); domestic violence victim status; past, current or prospective service in the US uniformed service; pre-disposing genetic characteristics or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law.Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available upon request in connection with the recruitment process and/or employment/partnership. RSM is committed to providing equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation to complete an application, interview, or otherwise participate in the recruiting process, please call us at or send us an email at .RSM does not intend to hire entry level candidates who will require sponsorship now OR in the future (i.e. F-1 visa holders). If you are a recent U.S. college / university graduate possessing 1-2 years of progressive and relevant work experience in a same or similar role to the one for which you are applying, excluding internships, you may be eligible for hire as an experienced associate.Compensation Range: $97,200 - $183,700Individualsselected for this role will be eligible for a discretionary bonus based on firm and individual performance.
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