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Chenega Corporation Program Controller in Hampton, Virginia


The Program Controller is responsible for creating budgets, preparing financial forecasts, monitoring and satisfying program-specific financial requirements, including earned value management requirements and reviewing project cost estimates.


  • Conduct interactive and periodic ad hoc budget variance analyses, to ensure the most accurate financial status is available for the company President.

  • Compile financial information and analyze cost estimating and financial data processes from both a federal government and company perspective.

  • Coordinate with the MIOS VP of Finance in analyzing financial and budgetary information.

  • Represent the company and be conversant with federal procurement officials concerning all program/contract financial requirements.

  • Examine and review cost records and ensure cost data is allocated correctly.

  • Analyze financial and budgetary information.

  • Draft milestone status reports and earned value management information.

  • Perform cost estimating, estimates to complete, estimates at completion.

  • Reconcile obligations, expenditures and contract funding levels; track estimates to complete.

  • Prepare budget documents, financial forecasts and provides input for future years' budget projections.

  • Prepare and provide financial data support for proposals and budget processes.

  • Track invoices and related documentation.

  • Establish close working relationships with company Program Manager and respective customers and subcontractors on a program by program basis.

  • Utilize web-based approved Enterprise tool to track Estimates to Complete and Estimates at Completion.

  • Track and report project-based costs to include labor, material, and travel cost

  • Compute costs by analyzing labor, material, and time requirements.

  • Resolve discrepancies by collecting and analyzing information.

  • Present prepared monthly project reports by assembling and displaying numerical and descriptive information.

  • Prepare special reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends.

  • Maintain cost data base by entering and backing up data.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance / Accounting required.

  • Substitution of additional relevant, verifiable experience for stated qualifications may be considered.

  • 6+ years of experience with a background working within both Federal government, accounting and corporate systems, to include CostPoint Accounting and DELTEK.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to work seamlessly within a complex corporate environment.

  • Must have the ability to read, understand and financially administer federal contracts and other related procurement documents.

  • Must have knowledge with federal government budgetary processes and requirements, obligation expenditure tracking and Federal and DoD Planning Programming Budget systems.

  • Must have the ability to work long hours, nights, weekends and Holidays as required.

  • Ability to travel