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​​​​Remote​​​Full Time​​​Ability to obtain & maintain a Public Trust*
• US Citizenship and the ability to obtain and maintain the clearance level stated above are required for this specific opportunity. Tria Federal (Tria) is unable to sponsor at this time
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Who We Are:

Tria Federal (Tria) is the premier middle-market IT and Advisory services provider delivering digital transformation solutions to Civilian, Defense, and Intelligence agencies across the federal sector. With a future-forward vision and a mission rooted in service, we bridge capability gaps to help government agencies work faster, grow smarter, and stay nimble in the face of change. Wherever our customers are in their modernization journey, we are the trusted navigator in the path to possible.
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Who You Are:

You are a talented Senior Consultant with at least 6 years of experienceand a passion for thinking big, taking action, and delivering exceptional results. You are outcome-driven, quality-obsessed, and relentlessly focused on innovation as a value-driver for world-class delivery, client satisfaction, and performance. You’re looking to grow as a professional in a team-oriented environment where you can put your fingerprint on mission-critical projects impacting the citizens we serve.

Military Veterans and individuals with disabilitiesare encouraged to apply!

About This Role:Tria Federal(Tria)isseeking highly motivated and skilled Senior Consultant to join our team. Assist with the annual financial statement audit, audit remediation or audit readiness efforts by creating, documenting, measuring, enhancing, and improving financial management and accounting operations to ensure compliance with laws, regulations, and policy.

Responsibilities:
• Perform a gap analysis of the As-Is financial processes to the future state using project tools and document the gaps and risks identified.
• Identify processes that are inefficient, non-compliant with financial policy/guidance, and not auditable and document recommendations for process improvement.
• Create risk assessments to identify and prioritize financial risks. Recommend and implement risk mitigation strategies.
• Review key accounting standards to ensure processes and controls are compliant with policy. Familiarity with accounting standards such as the Treasury’s Financial Manual (TFM), The United States Standardized General Ledger (USSGL) standard, the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB) standards, and the Government Accountability Office (GAO) Yellow and Green Books.
• Develop Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) within all functional areas of finance (budget formulation, budget execution, financial operations, financial reporting).
• Support the development financial internal controls (IC) to support process improvement and audit readiness assessments.
• Review and analyze large sets of financial data to produce financial reports, analytics, and trends. Report to the client on key financial trends and impacts to operations.
• Support the development of financial quality assurance (QA) measures and oversight reporting on accounting operations.
• Support large client engagements to generate standard processes and gain concurrence on process improvement recommendations, financial analytics/metric results, and corrective actions.
• Experience facilitating in-person and remote workgroup meetings with successful mediation practices.
• Ability to communicate with the client on work products including corrective action recommendations, financial reporting trends, analytic results and impacts to operations etc.
• Lead program/project management responsibilities following Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK) principles and standards.

The “Need-to-Have” Skills & Qualifications:
• Experience with accounting, budgeting, financial process standardization, process improvement, financial statement reporting, and financial management consulting – Government financial management experience preferred
• Experience supervising team members including reviewing work products to ensure completeness and accuracy.
• Expert knowledge of audit remediation or audit readiness efforts including creating, documenting, measuring, enhancing, and improving financial management and accounting operations to ensure compliance with laws, regulations, and policy.
• Ability to communicate with the client on work products including corrective action recommendations, financial reporting trends, analytic results and impacts to operations etc.
• Understanding of large scale change management processes/programs in federal agencies, specifically financial system implementations.
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and set priorities
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to present information to both technical and non--technical audiences
• Great attention to detail with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment
• Excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills
• Self-directed and eager to tackle new projects and generate innovative ideas
• Willingness to learn and grow with the organization
• MS Platforms
Professional Certifications:CGFM, CDFM, OR CPA Education:Bachelor’s degree required, Finance, Business Administration, Accounting, or a related field Clearance:Ability to Obtain and Maintain a Public TrustYears of Professional Experience:6-10 years of experience
The “Nice-to-Have” Skills & Qualifications:
• Data cleansing experience related to audit remediation
• Financial system implementation experience (program management, etc.)
• Master’s Degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, or a related field

Why Tria?
What defines the Tria brand is more than just our dedication to excellence in our craft; it’s our incredible team of dedicated, talented, and passionate people that make Tria so exceptional. As people powering possible, we are all partners in our team’s shared success.
As a company that cares about people, we seek to cultivate a culture in which all can thrive personally and professionally. We offer a top-tier benefits package to invest in your physical, mental, and financial health and wellness so that you can be your best self - at work and in life. At Tria, we are growth-minded, entrepreneurial in spirit, and committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and opportunity for all. Whatever your background, your role, your department, or stage in your professional journey, here you will have opportunities to learn new skills, seize new challenges, and advance your career as we grow.

Job Listing ID:job_20230915161403_RNNPODATWHAUOEDF
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Vienna VA United States

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