Project Accountant, Charleston, SC

Technica, LLC. - Charleston, SC

ContractEstimated: $55,000 - $73,000 a year
The Corporate Project Accountant will be responsible for project analysis and invoicing functions of multiple contracts performed by Technica.


Knowledge of various contract types (CPFF, T&M, FFP, CR, etc.)
Analyze and reconcile financial information to include billing, unbilled, funding and profitability.
Unbilled analysis and reporting.
Develop and maintain processes related to project accounting and reporting functions.
Create invoices for government contracts.
Input invoices into Wide Area Workflow for payment.
Monitor open invoices and facilitate collections through communication with payment offices to maximize positive cash flow.
Create reports in COGNOS to compile and review various accounting, project and financial data to support government invoices and program management needs.
Developing, analyzing, evaluating, coordinating, preparing, and supporting cost proposals to government and commercial customers.
Review contract modifications timely and create financial contract briefs for sumission to DCAA. Reconcile contract funding changes with spending of funds.
Monitor funding needs and assist with preparation of limitation of funds (LOF) notifications to prime and government customers.
Review Requests for Proposals (RFP) and proposal documents for compliance to customer specifications/requirements and adherence to company policy.
Develop price models for new business and follow-on proposal efforts.
Assisting with tasks and other projects as assigned
Required Qualifications


Strong written and verbal communication skills
Proven ability to proactively manage files in pipeline demonstrating a sense of urgency
Self-starter able to manage self, be flexible, and adapt as needed in a production-oriented position
Creative problem-solver with effective resolution ability and analytical skills
Solid PC Skills in at minimum MS Excel, email, internet, and web-based applications
Must be able to read and/or interpret numbers and letters correctly
Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand English
Must work with numbers to calculate timeframe and evaluate costs and losses
Must demonstrate organization and prioritization skills to manage time and meet deadlines
Accomplish goals with little or no supervision, dependent on self to complete objectives and determine when
escalation of issues is necessary

Education and Experience

Bachelor level degree in Accounting or Finance or equivalent work experience.
5 years of experience with government contracting, invoicing on government contracts, pricing and project analysis.
Deltek Costpoint and COGNOS experience.
Advanced MS Excel skills.