MCR, LLC HBD-SM9 Financial Manager Level III TS in Bedford, Massachusetts

HBD-SM9 Financial Manager Level III TS

ID: 4026

Location: Bedford, MA



MCR offers its employees a professional environment with career movement, competitive benefits including medical, vision, dental, vacation, 401K with immediate vesting, tuition reimbursement, and wellness incentives. MCR strives to create an environment based on our corporate values which are integrity, excellence, honesty, service, and trust. MCR is a differentiated provider of integrated program management solutions to defense, intelligence and critical civilian governmental agencies. MCR’s distinctive CommandEdgeTM software enable our employees to have modeling, visualization and analytical tools at their fingertips empowering more accurate, cost-effective and timely program management decision-making and enhanced program performance. For more information about MCR, LLC and its career opportunities, please visit us at


Financial Management Level III support to AFLCMC/HBD-SM9. The HBD, Theater Battle Control Division, manages efforts focused on developing, acquiring, fielding and sustaining programs that support worldwide communications, Battle Management, Command & Control, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (C2ISR), Tactical Air Control, Air/Ground Surveillance, Time Critical Targeting, Combat Identification, Radar Imagery, Integrated Air/Missile Defense, and Mobile/Fixed C2ISR Performance, Exploitation & Dissemination Facilities. Special Mode 9 (SM9) is the development of a classified radar mode for a classified customer. The work is being completed under the Multi-Platform Radar Technology Insertion Program (MP-RTIP) contract. This position is located at Hanscom AFB.

Financial Management Skills/Qualification required: The candidate shall be able to assist, prepare, develop, and deliver compliant documents in support of a variety of financial management activities to include Planning, Programming, Budgeting, Executing (PPBE), Program Types (U.S., FMS, etc.), tracking data, and reporting IAW all current and future fiscal and appropriation law and policy such as but not limited to DOD 7000.14-R, Vols. 1, 2 & 3; Air Force Instructions (AFI) 65-Series and AFMCI 65-603. Examples of specific task are:

Advise/assist with the development of program specific funds management documentation, and/or assist in the execution of automated models and control techniques to aid decision making. This may include generating funding, forecasting, programming, and budget information and documentation using applicable databases and software.

Prepare, develop and/or assist with financial input to various events, such as, Budget Execution Reviews (BER), Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBR), Milestone Decision Reviews (MDR), Monthly Activity Reports (MAR), Program Management Review (PMR), and Risk Assessments.

Draft financial data documentation for submission to the Government financial lead/analyst such as Procurement Documents [P-DOCS], Research Test Development and Evaluation Documents [R-DOCS] and Program Objective Memorandum (POM).

Provide status of approved, deferred, and released funds using new or existing organizational formats. Identifying, preparing and assisting with correction of posting errors in financial records.

Draft a variety of funding documents in support of unit/organizational programs such as Purchase Requests (PRs), Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPRs), project orders and other financial documents.

Generate, maintain and document an independent audit trail to track, record, and report the status of each funding document to ensure proper use of all funds (active, expired, and cancelled). Submit to Government financial lead/analyst for approval/review.

Generate and deliver quick-turnaround “what-if” funding drill and/or data retrieval analysis.

Assist in internal and external requirements management by validating sales reports, collecting and tracking revenue, developing sales and revenue projections, budgets projections, revenue collection from contract vendors, assistance in processing travel orders, and generating financially related metric reports.

Monitor, report and maintain the reimbursable budget program

Perform research and analysis for accounting related issues using a variety of on-line query systems and tools for example, CRIS, WAWF, and CCaRS.

Maintain the financial database (Microsoft Access), input financial and contracting data, and extract ad hoc reports


A MA/MS degree, 12 years of financial management experience, 5 years of which must be in the DoD or a BA/MA, and 15 years directly related experience with proper certifications.

Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and additional financial management software as outline above.

Have a working knowledge of relevant financial management publications and regulations to assist with identification, reporting and resolving deficiencies.

US Citizenship is required. You will be subject to a Government investigation and must meet eligibility requirements to obtain and retain the designated Government clearance (Top Secret). Must have an active Top Secret clearance.


Experience working with AFLCMC/HBD.


MCR, LLC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age or any other characteristic protected by law.