RESOURCES MANAGER (Title 5)
Army National Guard Units - Department of the Army
In describing your experience in your resume, please be clear and specific. Assumptions regarding your experience will not be made. To qualify at the GS-11 grade level your resume must include relevant experience/education with beginning and ending dates reflecting the following: SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: To qualify for hire consideration into the GS-0501-11 Resources Manager position, which is located in the JFHQ State Operations Directorate J-3, the applicant must be eligible for entry into the position’s financial management certification career program based on the position’s GS-grade before final approval and appointment is processed. An applicant must have at least 12 months of finance program experiences and competencies that provided a working knowledge of financial principles and procedures. Applicant must have an excellent understanding of the policies, goals, objectives, regulations, guidelines, and organizational structure of the J-3 program business; with a detailed knowledge of budgeting, administrative, financial, and information management systems. The applicant must have competencies to efficiently and effectively perform analytical planning and evaluative work relating to the training operations, management, and administration of the training program budget. An applicant must have experiences and training that demonstrate the abilities to follow directions, to read, retain, and comply with instructions, regulations, policies, and procedures. Must have a full range of competence in conducting resource management planning, programming, budgeting, allocation, and execution of funds associated with the programs managed by the DCSOPS. Work experiences included financial, program and resource management; along with performing duties in all areas of budget planning, obligation, execution, and tracking of expenditures for the directorate. Competence in reviewing, consolidating, approving, modifying or disapproving submitted budgetary data and reports that ensured consistency with established guidelines, reasonableness and accuracy. Experienced on the treatment of budgetary data on forms, schedules, requests, and reports used by the J-3 Directorate. Has the skills and abilities to establish and execute fund control procedures by developing apportionment requirements and schedules for obligations and expenditures. Competent in developing monthly expenditure and obligation plans. Experienced in securing and analyzing monthly obligation plans; submitting consolidated schedules of obligations and expenditures, and comparing actual obligations and expenditures against established plans. Has experiences in working with Master Cooperative Agreements and modifications. Competent in the Cooperative Agreements’ applications, terms, conditions and standards that ensured proper obligation and expenditure of funds. Experienced in developing and managing a system for administrative control of appropriations and funds. Knowledgeable in managing a financial resource plan for reimbursement of support and services. Experienced in determining the effect of new statues, regulations and policies and in evaluating organizational compliance with proposed and existing guidance. Experiences involved direct coordination and cooperation with the state’s governmental agencies who were responsible for managing Army Cooperative Agreements. Competent in collaborating with directorate managers, internal and external program managers to the directorate, USPFO Comptroller Office, and other higher headquarters resource management officials to gather information, to perform necessary studies, and make recommendations. Experienced in using various automated financial management systems, computer generated products, and in designing unique queries to produce required financial reports, plans, and schedules. To qualify for hire consideration into the GS-0501-11 Resources Manager position, the applicant must be eligible for entry into the position’s financial management certification career program based on the position’s GS-grade before final approval and appointment is processed. Financial Management Certification Level Two. The position’s level of work requires the application of comprehensive financial management knowledge and technical proficiency combined with a broad knowledge of professional concepts, policies, and principles. Work also involves expanding skills, knowledge, and leadership abilities of high-potential personnel. As a condition of continued employment in the GS-0501-11 positions and dependent on each position’s certification level, the employee must complete the higher financial management certification within 24 months of appointment to the position. Only experience/education gained by closing date of this position will be considered. You MUST submit your transcripts if using education to meet qualifications.
This position is part of the J-3, and is located in Austin, TX. Its purpose is to serve as the J-3 Resources Manager with the responsibility for performing analytical planning, management, and evaluative work relating to the training operations, management and administration of the training program budget. Texas is one of 9 states with NO state income tax.