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030-SMS-DC0-17: Accountant
LocationDC03 - District of Columbia (DC), Washington
City (if not listed above)
CompanySpecPro Management Services, LLC
Date Opened4/17/2017
Position ScheduleFull Time
Under the technical direction of M/CFO, the contractor shall perform various Letter of Credit (LOC) activities to include the following and as assigned by the Director of M/CFO/CMP. The volume of LOC transactions is approximately 25,000 LOC per year.
• Develop and implement processes to reconcile Phoenix records to Department of
Health and Human Services (DHHS) Payment Management System (PMS).
• Analyze and process held and rejected transactions.
• Assist in monitoring Phoenix/PMS interface for accuracy of data elements.
• Log into PMS and download daily file on the server folder for batch job run.
• Identify and resolve any differences between Phoenix and PMS.

Under the technical direction of M/CFO, the contractor shall monitor and accept charges and/or credits to USAID from other government agencies. The supporting documentation for these IPAC accounting transactions must be accumulated, analyzed, and then accurately recorded in the Phoenix accounting system. The recording must be kept current to ensure that IPAC charges/credits are allocated to the correct appropriations to avoid the transfer of these activities to suspense accounts. The volume of IPAC transactions is approximately 5,000 per year.

The Contractor shall have a working knowledge of payroll processes as they relate to USPSC payroll and shall manage these processes for all USPSCs worldwide, under the technical direction of M/CFO. The volume of USPSC Payroll transactions is approximately 120,000 per year. Tasks will include the following:
• Review and validate the data from USAID overseas missions.
• Create and reactivate the contractor’s payroll profile with the NFC.
• Monitor time and attendance (TA) reporting, and correct rejected TA submissions.
• Monitor USPSC Payroll processing at the NFC.
• Transmit to NFC 401K deductions and contributions and medical insurance premiums.
• Maintain and update the contract crosswalk table between NFC and Phoenix.
• Monitor payroll charges and the interface between Treasury and Phoenix.
• Monitor and follow-up on rejected transaction postings.
Must possess a minimum education of a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Auditing
5 years of experience in government payments, reconciliation and payroll activities or 10 years of experience in the above activities. The additional 5 years can be substituted for a Bachelor’s degree.
Special Requirements/Certifications
Must be able to pass a government background investigation
Physical Requirements