Government Pricing Analyst

Government Pricing Analyst Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Government Pricing Analyst to join our team.


  • Assist the CFO to plan, develop, and implement financial policies, procedures and controls;
  • Provide oversight for all aspects of contractual/financial planning, control, revenue/margin planning and forecasting;
  • Provide support to government accounting and pricing departments, as necessary, to support customer requests for information;
  • Provide estimating, pricing and negotiation support for the various contracts’ opportunities;
  • Report profitability by product/service and customer;
  • Support Monthly CDRLs as needed;
  • Responsible for accurate and legal financial practices and reporting.


  • Excellent interpersonal skills to create effective collaborations among various levels of staff and work in a team environment;
  • Knowledge of Basic Cost Accounting/Allocation;
  • Must have demonstrated experience working in a CPFF environment on DoD contracts;
  • Knowledge of Government contracting procedures and Federal regulations;
  • Work in a team environment;
  • Experience with cost accounting and government regulations and government contracts;
  • Strong problem-solving skills and demonstrated ability to work under pressure;
  • Experience writing the Cost/Price section of the company’s proposal response to include the Cost Narrative Volume;
  • Departmental/Division Budget Experience;
  • Able to display excellent verbal, written, organizational, and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Must be familiar with the FAR and DFAR contract types (CPFF, FFP, T&M, etc.);
  • Able to work successfully with considerable independence;
  • Course work or experience with business management is essential;
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, financial management business, or a related field with a minimum of 5 years of government contracting experience;
  • Project management experience.

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