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Who we are 

Iberia is a team of highly skilled, dynamic individuals dedicated to solving the next big challenge for our customers. We believe in the impact that our government customers have on the men and women that serve our country and respect their mission.

Our teams are passionate about improving federal financial management, enhancing financial accountability, and strengthening internal controls. We are seeking candidates that share our passion to add to our growing team. We invite you to apply today.  

Please take a moment to contact us regarding current openings and apply to be a part of our collaborative and mission-focused environment.

What we offer

We recognize that our people are our most valuable assets, so we are deeply committed to recruiting, training, and retaining our high-quality workforce. We have developed a robust human resources program, including mentoring and open communication with all levels of executive leadership.

Benefits

Paid holidays & Leave

Eligible employees receive 11 paid holidays per year.

Medical insurance

Iberia offers a choice of medical plans through United Healthcare that are integrated with other health & wellness programs to help employees improve their quality of life.

401(K)

Iberia offers an attractive 401(k) retirement plan and contributes dollar for dollar up to 3% and 50 cents on the dollar for the 4th and 5th percent.

vision & Dental

Iberia provides coverage of routine eye exams and discounts on eye glasses and contact lenses at participating vision centers, & offers a robust dental plan that provides employees the freedom to see any dentist they choose.

Life insurance

Iberia offers, at no cost, a life insurance policy to all eligible employees.

Disability

Iberia offers both Short-Term and Long-Term Disability plans for all eligible employees.

Adoption assistance

Iberia provides adoption assistance for eligible employees.

Health club reimbursement

To encourage employees to maintain a healthy lifestyle, Iberia provides reimbursement for a portion of initial health club registration fees as well as monthly membership fees.

Job Opportunities

Customer Overview:

The Department of the Navy (DON) Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Financial Management and Comptroller (OASN (FM&C)) facilitates the necessary change and open communication within DON to achieve Audit Readiness in accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) deadlines. The Financial Management – Resource Division (FMR), Contracts Management Branch (FMR-1), provides operational and sustainment support for all Financial Improvement Audit Remediation (FIAR) related activities within the DON and supports programs and services that validate the accuracy of financial statements.

Project Overview:

Support includes program and project management, financial analysis, financial internal controls, as well as the management and coordination of FIAR Contracts, Payment Integrity Information Act Program, DFAS Bill, Barring Act Waiver Program, Contract Debt Deferment Program, Charge Card Programs, Military Banking Program, and Manager’s Internal Control Program.

The ideal candidate has had experience working in a fast-paced customer environment, possesses a flexible mindset, and is solution-oriented. This is a unique opportunity to interact directly with senior-level customers, be empowered to demonstrate subject matter expertise, and make a direct impact on the DON mission.

The Program Analyst will be accountable for:

  • Providing oversight, management, and support of all IDIQ and non-IDIQ contracts, including onboarding/offboarding, Travel, and CDRL processes.
  • Conducting contract execution analyses (i.e., plan v actual) and developing in-depth data dashboards and models.
  • Supporting FMR-1 internal control initiatives to include performance metrics, cost estimating, and program status reviews.
  • Creating data-driven decision analytics products, programming, and designing, writing code to automate processes and build databases.
  • Working knowledge of development and deployment of metrics, often through summary financial performance dashboards.
  • Analyzing and presenting financial data to procure critical insight to executive and organizational management.
  • Gather requirements and develop technology solutions for business processes.
  • Produce various automated solutions utilizing Python, SQL, Power BI, VBA, and Power Query, reducing manual efforts.

Requirements:

  • Four (4) to six (6) years of progressive experience in federal financial management/consulting experience.
  • Current DoD Secret Security Clearance required.
  • Bachelor’s degree in a business discipline.
  • Understanding of Python (pandas, numpy, sklearn, keras, seaborn, matplotlib, etc.) and Data science techniques (neural networks, decision trees, clustering, gradient boosting, K-Nearest Neighbors).
  • Excellent Excel and data analysis skills.
  • Proven ability to synthesize information quickly and transform it into actionable reports and presentations.

Strong written and verbal communication skills

Customer Overview:

The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment OUSD (A&S), Acquisition Data and Analytics (ADA) division serves as the functional lead for establishing an Analytic Framework to support “Data-Driven Decisions”. Advana, the Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) big data platform for advanced analytics, is the primary tool utilized by ADA to make data discoverable, understandable, and usable for advanced analytics.

The ideal candidate has experience working in a complex customer environment, possesses a flexible mindset, and is solution oriented. This is a unique opportunity to interact directly with senior-level customers, be empowered to demonstrate data analytics expertise, and make a direct impact on the DoD mission.

The position will be responsible for the following:

  • Obtain, integrate, clean, and prepare financial data for analysis from a wide variety of sources and formats. Explore, analyze, and summarize large, diverse datasets through multiple techniques (e.g.,visualizations and interactive dashboards) to support audit readiness and remediation and enable decision-making.
    •Work with financial information assets characterized by a high volume, velocity, variety, and/or veracity that require technology that employs massively parallel processing to deliver insights into the data.
    •Provide financial data model support for user-defined data structures, schemas, and data ingest capabilities. Ensure data ingested does not violate PII, PHI, Business/Acquisition Sensitive, and Classified data exposure policies and implement guardrails to prevent data spillage.
    •Provide training for users to conduct independent assessment of data under their control and, using Advana’s self-service tools, explore, analyze, export, and publish insights they create with the data.
    •Create prototypes/proof of concept demonstrations for financial management use cases (e.g., FBwT reconciliations, financial statement drilldown, DAR-Q) utilizing rapid development of new data pipelines that can be leveraged for future, more frequent, automated data feeds.
    •Coordinate with DoD reporting entities and technical stakeholders (e.g., program offices for DoD’s financial systems) to define methods for enriching, aggregating, and exposing data in a curated form to support accounting reconciliations and financial management analytics at scale.
    •Research and define master data management techniques for the Department’s accounting data to centrally manage lookup tables, business glossaries, and data profile information.
    •Implement auditable controls that prohibit users from updating, deleting, accessing, viewing, or otherwise manipulating data that is outside their explicit control.

Requirements:

  • Current DoD Secret Security Clearance required
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • QlikView, Qlik Sense, SQL, and/or Databricks experience
  • Conducting Agile Sprint Planning reviews to update and re-prioritize a product/change request/development requests backlog based on direction and as appropriate
  • Proven ability to synthesize information quickly and transform it into actionable reports and presentations
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent Excel and data analysis skills
  • Advana experience is highly desirable

Budget Specialist Support

This position provides support to the Department of Navy (DON) Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller (OASN (FM&C)) Financial Management and Budget (FMB).

The ideal candidate has experience working in a complex customer environment, possesses a flexible mindset, and is solution oriented. This is a unique opportunity to interact directly with senior-level customers, be empowered to demonstrate subject matter expertise and make a direct impact on the DON mission.

Background

OASN (FM&C) is comprised of four component offices Budget (FMB), Financial Management (FMO), Financial Systems (FMS), and Counsel (FMC)). OASN FM&C has articulated as a primary goal the rigorous execution of the budget, paired with the pursuit of budgetary reform seeking greater execution effectiveness and transparency while reducing reimbursable work.

The position will be responsible for the following:

Working closely with the Project and/or Program Managers to oversee the performance of the contract and ensure compliance with all the requirements of the statement of work, specifications, or performance work statement. These duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide expert advice, assistance, and guidance on the development and submission of budget priorities and providing input on strategic planning initiatives
  • Advise senior leaders on budget submissions and justifications
  • Conduct analyses, reviews, and special studies of budget and/or related information
  • Lead and/or performs specialized, individual economic analyses and impact studies in support of a variety of budget programs
  • Use automated budgetary system(s) and computer-generated products in accomplishing budgeting assignments
  • Serve as a lead budget analyst, working collaboratively with senior staff to develop and recommend milestones, objectives, and plans to achieve Navy FM&C’s long- and short-range mission priorities
  • Develop procedures to link budgetary and program information to meet reporting requirements and assist managers in meeting their programmatic responsibilities
  • Create budgetary innovations to address novel, complex program challenges

Budget Formation & Justification:

  • Perform budget formulation work involving the preparation of detailed analyses of annual and/or multi-year budget estimates for assigned organizations/programs into a consolidated budget request
  • Develop operational and financial plans for the organization’s programs, estimates of the financial resources needed for the programs, and recommendations for how to fund the programs
  • Examine these proposals to make sure they are complete, accurate, and follow the organization’s procedures, regulations, and objectives
  • Utilize cost-benefit analyses to review financial requests, evaluate program tradeoffs, and look for alternative funding methods.
  • Provide Budget Formulation Guidance to Secretariat Staff Offices
  • Prepare Budget Exhibits by appropriation and other topics, including the Audit Resources Budget Exhibit
  • Prepare SRB and POM/DON/OSD/Congressional Submissions
  • Prepare responses to Congressional RFIs and Appeals, working with FM&C leadership to understand the requirements and align messaging to budget strategy and roadmap
  • Combine individual departmental budgets into operating and capital budget summaries that contain statements that support or advocate against funding requests
  • Submit the budget summaries to leadership and recommend with alternative options if the budget does not meet current needs and restrictions

Budget Execution:

  • Provide Budget Execution Guidance to Secretariat Staff Offices
  • Perform budget execution and administration work involving the monitoring of obligations incurred and the actual expenditures of a budget with different sources and types of funding, such as direct annual, multi-year, and no-year appropriations
  • Maintain a system of internal controls over all aspects of Navy FM&C budget formulation and execution to guard against waste, fraud, abuse, or mismanagement
  • Assemble and compile background and historical data and documentation to develop budget estimates and justifications, and to identify the cost of the operations
  • Perform additional Budget Execution activities, including Execution Tracking and Reporting, conducting Dormant Account Reviews, and supporting the Services Requirements Review Board (SRRB).

Key Requirements:

  • Must be U.S. Citizen
  • Must have a Secret Clearance
  • Experience with Navy budget systems and tools (e.g., Navy ERP and PBIS)
  • Ability to analyze financial statements and budget execution reports
  • In-depth understanding of the budget formulation and budget execution processes in the DWCF (outside of the Navy), including rate-setting processes for various types of business lines in the Defense (DoD) working capital funds
  • Preferred experience as a Budget Analyst for a large Department of Defense Agency
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Proficient knowledge with Excel (pivot tables, formulas, etc.)
  • Solid and effective verbal & written communication skills
  • Strong critical thinking and analysis, planning, and problem-solving skills

Location:

  • Hybrid with up to three days each week at the Pentagon

Business Analyst- U.S. Coast Guard FSMS

This position provides policy and process support to the U.S. Coast Guard. The ideal candidate has experience working in a complex customer environment, possesses a flexible mindset, and is solution oriented. This is a unique opportunity to interact directly with senior-level customers, be empowered to demonstrate subject matter expertise and make a direct impact on the U.S. Coast Guard mission.

Background

The U.S. Coast Guard is seeking to align its business processes with its new Department of Homeland Security (DHS)-configured, commercial off-the-shelf Oracle software suite, the Financial Systems Modernization Solution (FSMS), to resolve gaps and inefficiencies that hinder effective, accurate, and secure execution of financial management activities across the enterprise. The goal is fully developed business process standardization for all FSMS accounting processes for end users and support implementation, enhancement, and maturity of partially or undelivered FSMS accounting processes.

The position will be responsible for the following:

  • Perform accounting and financial management business process analysis and standardization activities for the USCG FSMS tool
  • Analyze the twelve (12) identified Business Process Areas (BPA) for USCG financial processes from cradle-to-grave; to include sub-processes included in each BPA.
  1. Budget Formulation to Execution
  2. Travel
  3. Record to Report
  4. Request to Procure – Procure to Pay
  5. Inventory and Operating Materials & Supplies
  6. Hire to Retire
  7. Accountable Property/Acquire to Dispose
  8. Bill to Collect
  9. Reimbursable Management
  10. Funds Balance with Treasury / Suspense Management
  11. Cost Management
  12. Business Intelligence and Decision Support Reporting
  • Document detailed “As-is” process flow charts and perform compliance testing for partially delivered FSMS accounting functionality. Utilize existing process flow charts as a foundation, validating their accuracy through subsequent meetings, walkthroughs and/or working groups and making adjustments as necessary to portray an accurate process flow chart.
  • Provide a detailed analysis of the “As-is” process documented, identifying gaps in the processes, areas of consideration for efficiencies to be realized, propose areas of enhancements and/or improvements, and propose areas for process automation.
  • Develop a detailed standardized “Way-forward” process for each BPA; to include but not limited to an implementation plan, process flow charts, defined roles and responsibilities, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Desk Guides, required trainings, and job aids.
  • Develop Management Review Controls to allow Headquarters to monitor and analyze the effectiveness and efficiencies of the financial BPA execution.

Key Requirements:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must have a Secret Clearance
  • Minimum four to six (4-10) years of experience supporting and conducting research and analysis of accounting workflows on BPAs listed above.
  • Applies appropriate management analysis processes, modeling and simulation tools, and technical techniques to provide the services required.
  • Employs process improvement and reengineering methods and principles to conduct process modernization projects.
  • Translates technical information into clear, readable documents to be used by technical and non‐technical personnel.
  • Prepares management plans, reports, and presentations for customer programs and executive management.
  • Knowledge of government-wide financial management policies, accounting treatments/processes, and regulations, e.g., Treasury Financial Manuals (TFMs), OMB Circulars, Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB) standards, technical bulletins and technical releases.
  • Must have experience mapping process flow of accounting processes from cradle-to-grave and be able to understand the intricacies of an accounting system; to include the impacts to business process area workflows.
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Proficient knowledge with Excel (pivot tables, formulas, etc.)
  • Solid and effective verbal & written communication skills
  • Strong critical thinking and analysis, planning, and problem-solving skills

Location:

  • Hybrid, 3 days/week onsite at U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters

Acquisition / Program Specialist Support

This position provides support to the Department of the Navy (DON), including operational and sustainment support of Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR)-related activities within the DON.
The ideal candidate has experience working in a complex customer environment, possesses a flexible mindset, and is solution oriented. This is a unique opportunity to interact directly with senior- level customers, be empowered to demonstrate subject matter expertise, and make a direct impact on the DON mission.

The Acquisition/Program Specialist position will be responsible for the following:

Working closely with the Project and/or Program Managers to oversee the performance of the contract, and ensure compliance with all of the requirements of the statement of work, specifications, or performance work statement.

  • Assisting the COR with defining project requirements and developing a performance work statement (PWS), or specifications.
  • Initiating, developing, and transmitting a complete procurement request package (PRP) to the contracting office, with all required administrative approvals.
  • Assisting the COR with completing the Form DS-4208, Request for Services Contract Approval, to ensure that contractors are not used to perform inherently governmental functions; crafting an oversight strategy for monitoring contractor performance when contractors are performing closely associated functions.
  • Obtaining certification of the availability of sufficient funds from the proper appropriation and compiling any other required financial data.
  • Support Drafting appropriate justification for other than full and open competitive acquisitions, if necessary.
  • Assisting the contracting officer during discussions/negotiations.
  • Monitoring the contractor’s technical progress and the expenditures of resources relating to the contract.
  • Performing inspection and accepting the work on behalf of the U.S. Government.
  • Assisting the COR with informing the contracting officer, in writing, of any performance or schedule failure by the contractor.
  • Assisting the COR with resolving technical issues arising under the contract which fall within the scope.
  • Ensuring that the U.S. Government meets its contractual obligations to the contractor, e.g., providing U.S. Government-furnished property and services and timely U.S. Government review and approval of documents if such reviews are required by the contract.
  • Reconciling contract payments against allocated funds.

Specialized Experience

  • Performing programmatic and acquisition-related pre-award and post-award activities such as acquisition planning, requirements and requisition development, and technical evaluations.
  • Participating in contract negotiations at the request of the Contracting Officer.

Key Requirements:

  •  Must be U.S. Citizen
  • Must have a Secret Clearance
  • Preferred experience as a Contracting Officer Representative or Contracting Officer
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Proficient knowledge with Excel (pivot tables, formulas, etc.)
  • Solid and effective verbal & written communication skills
  • Strong critical thinking and analysis, planning and problem-solving skills

Location:

  • Remote

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