Designs and manufactures RF and microwave cascadable amplifiers and integrated assemblies for signal processing equipment operating in the 100 kHz to 20 GHz range. Cougar's newest products include VCOs, frequency mixers, threshold and analog detectors, frequency doublers, IQ networks, power dividers and switches. Cougar also manufactures limiters, limiting amplifiers, attenuators, and automatic gain control amplifiers.
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Reporting to the Business Unit Controller, the Program Cost Analyst ensures that costs are properly recorded in the project cost ledger and that program estimates to complete are complete, accurate and approved by program management. The Program Cost Analyst will also support pricing activities and special projects and analyses as required. This position will average approximately 32 hrs/wk.
- Analyze and prepare periodic program estimates to complete (EAC’s). Review with program managers and obtain necessary inputs and approvals;
- Daily review of detail cost accounting transactions to ensure accuracy and completeness of the job cost ledger;
- Investigate cost variances as required by local management and perform analysis to ensure the integrity of accounting records;
- Prepare and present summaries of program financial performance for internal/external dissemination across varying levels of management;
- Providing documentary evidence in support of proposed costs in negotiation of CAS covered contracts.
- Bachelors degree in accounting, finance or other relevant field;
- 5 years’ experience in cost analysis in a defense contract manufacturing environment;
- Understanding of MRP, standard costing and job costing;
- Familiarity with CAS and FAR as it relates to manufacturing accounting;
- Exceptional MS Excel skills;
- U.S. Citizenship.