Financial Analyst

Posted Date 2 months ago(2/11/2020 10:47 AM)
Job ID
2019-3084
Location
US-

Position Description

XLA is looking for a Financial Analyst for a period of one year to assist FEMA in a disaster recovery area (Mid-West/Texas Region). Responsibilities include:

  • Reviewing applicant labor policies, pay rates, and fringe benefit information
    Reviewing timesheets and employee work logs
  • Provide financial analysis and consulting services in support of the Public Assistance Division’s Community Disaster Loan Program. Specific tasks include:
    • Meet with local governmental officials with the purpose of evaluating the local governments’ eligibility for a Community Disaster Loan(s), assist the local governments with their Community Disaster Loan application(s), and make recommendation on Community Disaster Loan amounts 
    • Request yearly financial audit files and supporting documentation from each active loan applicant, provide governmental accounting expertise to perform financial evaluations and make recommendations on disbursement of funds based on eligibility regulations
      Evaluating the local governments’ financial conditions, and make recommendations to FEMA regarding Community Disaster Loan cancellation amounts 
    • Support FEMA’s pre-cancellation activities, which include outreach and planning 
    • Work with FEMA and local governments on financial reconciliation 
    • Provide support on appeal activities to include research, analyses, cost estimation, review, writing decision paper and providing recommendations based upon historical data

Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree with 2 Years in field of expertise
  • Bachelor's Degree with 5 years in field of expertise and professional registration or Bachelor's Degree with 10 years in field of expertise
  • Bachelor's Degree with 10 years in field of expertise and professional registration or Bachelor's Degree with 15 years in field of expertise

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