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First Division Consulting Transportation Management Analyst in Norfolk, Virginia

Contingent Upon Contract Award

Location: Norfolk, Virginia

Position Overview

Working with the following systems:

Joint Planning and Execution System (JOPES) – Contractor shall have the ability to look up Unit Line Number (ULN) and pull level 4 data to ascertain contingency supported, number of personnel assigned to the mission, amount of CARGO in short tons, Point of Embarkation (POE), Point of Debarkation (POD), and which activity is responsible for bill payment.

Single Mobility System (SMS) Classified

Integrated Development Environment/Global Transportation Network (IDE/GTN) Convergence

DEAMS Component Billing System (DCBS) – Contractor shall have knowledge of and understand the pre-validation process and process for correction/resolution of errors prior to issuance of the billing.

Financial and Air Clearance Transportation System (FACTS)

Comparing data retrieved from JOPES, SMS, and IGC to determine whether a shared mission was supported by FFC, CPF, or another BSO/activity and which activity is responsible for bill payment. Analyst shall have sufficient understanding of the TRANSCOM billing process in order to be able to work with TRANSCOM to correct or resolve billing discrepancies.

Specific Duties:

The Contractor shall assist in the Marine Corps customers.

  • Provide a report (in the FFC/CPF requested format) of all billing identified during the DEAMS Component Billing System (DCBS) pre-validation phase within three (3) days of required due date from United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) to allow the FFC/CPF sufficient time to review and correct billing data.

  • Submit recommended corrections to the monthly DCBS billing during the DCBS review phase and prior to issuance of the monthly bill.

  • Research, compile, summarize and reconcile monthly billing with Air Mobility Command (AMC)/FM identifying possible duplicate bills, incorrect bill payers, and Navy and Marine units by respective Fleet supported by AMC missions.

  • Identify and research all discrepancies associated with the Navy contingency transportation bills with the goal of timely recording of the obligation, proper settlement of the bill and developing reports to be used in the submission of supplementary funding requests.

  • Identify all discrepancies associated with the Navy contingency transportation bills, and requests for supplementary funding and submit to the Government representative before funds are exhausted.

  • Provide analysis support to Navy and Marine Corps activities as contingency transportation services as requested.

  • Responsible for tracking the financial applications of Navy and Marine Corps contingency transportation transactions and keeping management advised on a continuing basis.

  • Ensure all data for contingency transportation services is provided to Navy and Marine Corps activities on a weekly basis utilizing extracts from GDSS.

  • All financial implications of Navy and Marine Corps contingency transportation transactions shall be tracked and management shall be advised of current status.

    Respond to queries from the Fleet Comptroller offices with supporting data within 1 business day. If the deadline is unable to be met, the Contractor shall notify the Fleets verbally and in writing of the anticipated completion date and receive approval/concurrence of that date.

    Develop reports to monitor the planning and execution of Navy and USMC contingency transportation bills.

    Compile, summarize, and identify all bills exceeding the Government estimate by 10% for action.

    Interact with the Navy and Marine Corps activities to provide support of their deployments/requirements.

Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

  • Minimum three (3) years Dept. of the Navy transportation analysis experience

  • Minimum three (3) years’ working experience of Microsoft Office Products, i.e. Outlook, Word, Excel.

  • Minimum of 2 years experience with Dept. of Navy AMC Mission Reporting procedures as related to financial reporting procedures

    Will be required to follow all Federal COVID-19 protocols as they pertain to contractors

Required Clearance: Must be able to obtain a DoD Secret clearance

Benefits

medical, dental, vision, life, STD, LTD, holidays, PTO, 401(k) with company match

FirstDiv is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal opportunity to all applicants and employees in full compliance with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other class protected by applicable state or federal law

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