Army Fiar – Financial Statement & Balance Sheet Manager
Posted on 3/26/2024
INACTIVE
Significance

51-200 employees

Government consulting firm providing strategic solutions
Company Overview
Significance Inc. is a certified Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business that excels in providing comprehensive government consulting services, including financial management, business systems, and program management, among others. The company's competitive edge lies in its people-centric approach, which enables it to attract and retain top-tier experts who contribute to a collaborative culture and deliver services that surpass client expectations. Founded in 2014, Significance has established itself as a trusted partner for various government agencies, including the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy, by consistently delivering high-quality work and effective solutions in the highly competitive government contracting sector.
Consulting

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

2014

Headquarters

Annapolis, Maryland

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

5%

1 year growth

12%

2 year growth

41%
Locations
Indianapolis, IN, USA • Vienna, VA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
CategoriesNew
Auditing
Financial Accounting
Governmental Accounting
Accounting
Requirements
  • Master’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Information Technology, or Business Management or CPA or CISA or PMP or CGFM or CDFM
  • 6 years of experience with federal financial management, and 3 years of federal accounting experience
  • Secret (Interim ok)
Responsibilities
  • Experience with risk identification and assessment related to the Fund Balance with Treasury line item and associated processes reported on the Balance Sheet
  • Identify the relevant controls, including information technology audit controls and controls over IPE/reports, assess the current design to recommend improvements such that controls are preventing or detecting and correcting the identified risks, or identify control gaps to identify new controls to be designed and implemented
  • External financial statement audit experience, given the approach needed versus an A-123/RMIC approach
  • Experience in financial statement audits, agreed upon procedures, or financial statement reviews