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The Deputy Chief Financial Officer (DCFO) for the Management & Operations (M&O) contractor is a key supporting role for the Chief Financial Officer and assists the CFO in managing the Financial Planning, Budgeting and Financial Analysis function, and the Financial Reporting responsibilities for the NNSS site. The position also plays a key role in the development and maturation of financial forecasting and planning systems at the NA-MB and Nevada Field Office levels. In addition, the position provides a key interface between various other parts of the site function and the financial reporting and forecasting infrastructure, including but not limited to Cost Accounting and allocation methodologies, Field Finance, and Operations.
The position also provides an interface between Site Finance and other program business management functions such as project cost management, program budgeting and cost center analysis in so far as providing linkages with systems (such as the Oracle eBS, IBIDS, and Project Control and Reporting System [PCRS] systems) and initiatives in those areas, at either the Site Office or NA-MB finance functions. This role functions as the Deputy CFO of the CFO and is heavily involved in strategic, budgeting and planning activities.
The Deputy Chief Financial Officer will provide the leadership and direction to ensure the development of relevant financial information, and timely financial budgeting and planning and financial reporting for senior leadership, and key stakeholders around the partnership. The Deputy CFO will assist the CFO in managing and controlling the organization’s financial processes, making the necessary changes to upgrade and improve process, policies or procedures, and develop his/her team.
The DCFO will ensure alignment with the mission, core values, partnership policies and strategies of the financial organization and will champion the financial and ethical integrity of the M&O Site Contractor, serving as an effective leader for responsible change. And, he/she will ensure accountability and compliance with applicable legal, governmental and regulatory requirements.
The Deputy CFO will also undertake special projects at the direction of the CFO in areas of Financial Planning, Program funding and budgeting, Cost Model Applications Simulation and other areas to be determined.