Senior Billing Specialist

Location: Reston, VA

Department: Corporate

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist Project Managers and operation leads in all duties related to financial and performance; planning, tracking, and reporting.
  • Initiate, monitor and maintain proper project setup in Deltek Costpoint via completion and submission of a project setup form (PSF)
    • Form includes: project number structure, funding setup, revenue and billing formula setup, project ceilings, labor categories, billing rates, rate sequence, project workforce, etc.
  • Budgeting and financial analysis:
    • Develops project cost/schedule baselines and budgets
    • Monitors project actuals and resolves issues
    • Monitors outstanding project commitments (e.g., travel, subcontracts)
    • Develops monthly project financial forecasts/EACs and conducts variance analysis
    • Monitors the project’s burn rate against funding remaining
    • Initiates and routes at risk forms for projects that are required to perform at risk
    • Analyze project reports to identify and resolve issues
    • Performs monthly unbilled analysis
    • Communicates project status and findings to Project and Operations Management monthly at a minimum
  • Month End Close
    • Consistently meets all required deadlines (contract modifications, project setup changes, accruals, at risk approvals)
    • Documents project status each month to support Corporate month-end close reviews
  • Proactively monitor Open Billing detail, to ensure timecard & expense errors are identified and corrections are processed in timely manner
  • Project A/R and A/P:
    • Ensure subcontract/vendor payments are processed and coded correctly and in timely fashion
    • Provide customer specific invoice backup
    • Review and approve draft invoices prior to submission to customer
    • Monitor billing and payment status of customer invoices
    • Perform monthly accrual calculations
    • Assists PM with invoice collection
  • Track contractual obligations and deliverables
  • Contracts / Pricing:
    • Review and analyze contract, subcontracts, and agreements to ensure project meets financial and reporting requirements
    • Assistance with pricing and historical data collection
  • Maintain project files to include:  Contracts, subcontracts, proposals, budgets & plans, schedules, project review materials, reports, deliverables, invoices, leases and agreements.

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS 

  • Ability to work independently, self-motivated, proactive
  • Track record of delivering well-organized and accurate work
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven ability to work well with accounting, contracts, and project personnel to accomplish tasks
  • MS Excel Proficiency (Vloopkup / SUMIF formulas, pivot tables, etc.)
  • Experience with online invoicing systems such as WAWF/iRAPT, IPP, MPO, HHMSAKnowledge of FAR/DAR/JTR/GSA 
  • Exceptional attention to detail and adherence to project deadlines
  • Experience working in a fast-paced, team environment

QUALIFICATIONS 

Required:

  • 5+ years Experience providing billing and project accounting support for services contracts for Govt. customers
  • 3+ years Deltek CostPoint Project Module Proficiency

Preferred:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, finance or other business-related field
  • 1+ years Supervisory and Training experience
  • Cognos CER experience 
  • Unanet Time & Expense 

 

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