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Project Control Analyst (Financial Analyst)

Lexington Park, MD
Corporate Services

AVIAN is seeking a Project Control Analyst (Financial Analyst) to join our corporate team. Our ideal candidate will be responsible for initiating, monitoring and maintaining proper project financial setup in Deltek Costpoint. They will also monitor project actuals and resolves issues. They will assist with EACs and conduct variance analysis as well as monitor the project’s burn rate against funding remaining.

Test Resource Manager (Program Analyst with Finance Background)

Patuxent River, MD
AIR 5.1

AVIAN is seeking a Test Resource Manager (Program Analyst, Junior) to support UX-24 in St. Inigoes, Maryland. Our ideal candidate will maintain financial data as required by program office. They will support the Program Office by conducting and assigning work as related to test and evaluation. And they will apply management and engineering principles to research, analyze, plan, design, develop, implement, test, or evaluate systems.

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