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PMO Program Financial Analyst

Los Angeles, CA
30 Jun 2020

This is a remote role that can only be based in the United States.

PMO Program Financial Analyst function at the Senior Consultant level within Guidehouse. PMO Program Financial Analyst are second level non-management consultants that will have responsibility for client management, solution implementation and generation of project results. You will own project workstreams and interact with the client daily to ensure engagement success. This includes supporting day-to-day operational meetings with client sponsors and consulting leaders. PMO Program Financial Analyst are expected to prepare and communicate well-organized, effective reports and presentations to client and internal executives. You will lead, coach and mentor consultants and ensure quality deliverables.

Responsibilities include:

Supports the Program Manager, Performance Manager and Project Managers
Maintain project control logs, which including adding and updating actions, issues, risks, decisions, changes and assumptions to ensure they are up to date and include accurate information
Collect data and reporting and tracking project performance
Program deliverable/artifact tracking
Administration of change control process
Administration of program meetings
Invoice coordination and management
Manage program distribution/contact lists
Develop/distribute program communications
Helps coordinate reporting and tracking of benefits performance
Coordinates and follows up with vendors/subcontractors on action items, risks, issues, invoices, etc.
We encourage career development and hiring for the long term. As a PMO Program Financial Analyst, you will follow a clearly defined career path and continue to deepen your specialized industry knowledge and consulting skills. As you hone your project management skills, leadership abilities and the aptitude for managing multiple workstreams, you will have the opportunity to progress to the Managing Consultant level.


Bachelor's degree awarded no later than January 2019.
3-5 years Financial and Scheduling controls experience in either Grid Modernization Projects, Utilities, DOD projects, Federal construction projects or similar.
Experience as project coordinator or administrative support on either grid modernization, utilities construction, power plant construction/shut down, DOD construction, DOE projects, or similar.
Business proficiency experience with Microsoft Office Suites (Excel, Word and PowerPoint), Primavera P6 and SAP financials.
Superior organizational skills and detail-orientated
Effective communication and follow-through
Ability to work independently in a fast-paced and deadline-oriented environment, lead projects and effectively prioritize time and tasks
Ability to deal with different personalities, cooperate with other team members and work under pressure
Able to interact with diverse set of stakeholders, including executives
Excellent oral and written communications skills
Ability to travel frequently to project location if not local to area
Preferred Qualifications
In addition to the above qualifications:

Master's degree or MBA
Strong experience with Utility Transmissions & Distributions construction project management
Systems knowledge of PowerPlan, WMIS, Stakeout for utilities construction planning and development
Additional Requirements
The successful candidate must not be subject to employment restrictions from a former employer (such as a non-compete) that would prevent the candidate from performing the job responsibilities as described.

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