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​Federal Audit Consultant, Financial Reports Section (FNR)

Primary Purpose

DJS Consulting Group is looking for thoughtful, analytical, high energy, and detailed individuals to join our Government & Public Sector team. We need a self-driven Federal Audit Consultant with a proven history of proactively and holistically supporting federal audit engagements.

Job Type

Full Time


​Hybrid: 3 Days Onsite / 2 Days Remote 


Arlington, VA 

  • Recording receivables for transactions.

  • Correspondence for dunning letters, payment agreements, and write-off debt.

  • Entry of daily CSA fee deposits.

  • Processing cancelled payments.

  • Reimbursable accounting and Department of State 1221/Voucher Auditor’s Detail Report (VADR) reconciliation and reporting via the Central Accounting Reporting System (CARS) and Government-wide Accounting (GWA).

  • Monthly reconciliations.

  • Difference Reports.

  • Other data entry and data review tasks in support of FNR accountants.

  • Review revisions, and documentation of Standard Operating Procedures.

  • Prepare reimbursable billing packets through submission to customer agencies.

  • Review and process expenditure transfers.

  • Entry of IPAC transactions.

  • Review of PP&E transactions.

  • Assist in preparing audit samples for external auditor review.

  • Organize and prepare various quarter-end financial entries to include AGEO and other accruals.

  • Assist in preparation of quarterly communication memos from the Office of Finance.

  • Assist in review of various portions of the quarterly financial statement package and related checklists.

  • MBI Security Clearance.

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting/finance required; CPA or MBA preferred.

  • In depth knowledge of Federal fund accounting principles, procedures, and U.S.
    Government Standard General Ledger.

  • Experience in auditing Federal financial operations, including compliance reviews
    of federal financial processes.

  • Minimum of 1 years of experience in Federal accounting.

  • Experience in reconciliation projects related to Federal financial operations, preferably related to U.S. Treasury payment and collection processes and mediums including Intergovernmental Payments and Collections (IPAC).

  • Experience in directing and coordinating the work of subordinate staff in similar projects, relating issues to upper-level management, and communicating management’s direction to subordinates.

  • Knowledge and experience related to automated financial management systems, including accounting and budget systems used by Federal agencies, preferably Momentum Financial Systems.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Excellent interpersonal relationship skills, ability to build and maintain effective relationships at all levels.

  • Ability to motivate others.

  • Proficiency in the use of Windows Office Software, i.e., Access, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

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