Security Specialist - Financial Disclosure Analyst

Location: Springfield, VA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Big Sky is seeking a Financial Disclosure Analyst with an active Top Secret/SCI clearance to serve NGA’s SI Personnel Security Division (SISP). This position will be performed on-site in Springfield, Virginia.

This role will provide support to enable annual reviews of financial disclosure submissions as part of the security clearance process. 

We’re looking for self-motivated, results-oriented professionals who thrive in a high-risk, high-reward environment.

Client Mission:
SISP delivers agile and responsive customer service through a full-range of personnel security services to ensure a NGA trusted workforce for the protection of national security equities.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Prepare all applicable filer notifications to ensure it is provided to the NGA filer at the intervals specified by the program plan.
  • Process Financial Disclosure cases in the timeframes designated by the Team Lead for that filing season.
  • Accurately assess financial anomalies and unexplained affluence issues, investigating discrepant information, and prepare a detailed report for adjudicative consideration.
  • Conduct an audit at the end of each filing season of at least 5% of cases filed, to ensure consistent processing of cases.
  • Prepare monthly reports on status of performance metrics.
  • Prepare annual reports summarizing the findings and lessons learned related to anomalies uncovered, % compliance, actions taken for non-compliance, and trends in customer feedback.
  • Leveraging lessons learned, propose process improvements to the Division Chief.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree and/or 3-6 years of equivalent experience in a related field, including 2+ years within the DoD/IC
  • General knowledge of security practices with emphasis in personnel, physical and/or industrial security. 
  • Specific experience related to financial auditing, financial examiner, financial analysis, and/or threat finance.
  • Works independently and closely with senior specialists or task leads.

Additional Qualifications:

  • Clear and concise writing skills.
  • Positive, engaging communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills to ensure meeting required timelines
  • Desirable (but not required) certifications: Certified Financial Examiner (CFE) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Certification.

Our Values:

Everything we do at Big Sky is dictated by our values. We take them very seriously, and we're proud of this unwavering commitment.

Results: We get them -- for each other, for our customers, our partners, and our families.

Hustle: We don't take "no" for an answer. We don't make excuses. We scrape and claw to make sure the details are always right. We fight like hell for our customers, because they need us.

Curiosity: We question everything, and learn constantly from any source we can get our hands on. We are smart because we know we don't have all the answers and because we always want to get better.

Respect: We treat each other like adults. We respect what makes each of us unique and productive. We practice honest and ongoing feedback as a way of respecting one another. We know that without ethics (doing the right thing) and honesty, there can be no trust or respect.

Big Sky is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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