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Desired Industry: Executive SpiderID: 21351
Desired Job Location: Washington, District of Columbia Date Posted: 6/18/2008
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 18/06/2008
Desired Wage: 48000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: Yes

Management Analyst, Program Analyst, Staff Assistant, Office Manager and Instructor/Writer with over 25 years Federal, and Army experience. Excellent communications, organizational and administrative skills. Valued by senior executives for ability to independently manage offices, improve systems, meet deadlines and implement new administrative procedures.

Program Analyst
Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington, DC
May 1999 to November 2000
- Was responsible for directing the administrative operations of the Business Office consistent with Office of Acquisition and Materiel Management (OA&MM) office requirements. Facilitated administrative activities that support executive efforts in directing the managerial and technical affairs of the office and implementing new systems to increase efficiency and customer service.

• Promotion of internal and external customer relations and community partnering
• Provided direct supervision to student aides and clerical employees.
• Implemented training programs to improve efficiency and accountability.
• Assisted in conducting reviews, evaluations and proposed new business lines for OA&MM adoption. New business lines resulted from changes in laws and regulations, outside study recommendations, VA internal initiatives, program evaluations, suggestions, and industry practices.
• Improved daily operations, cutting down on duplication of efforts. Analyzed system and improved efficiency of paper flow within the OA&MM Business Office.
• Interdisciplinary team member for case assessment to provide a holistic approach to the veteran’s vocational program
• Perform placement, counseling and guidance services
• Liaison between medical center and community businesses
• Referral of veterans to various healthcare services and facilities
• Provide site supervisor orientation and staff training

Management Analyst
Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington, DC
May 2007 to January 1929
My current position is in the Forms, Publications and Records Management Section within VHA’s Office of Information Communications Division. The Communications division also serves as the program office for VA Library Network (VALNET) and the VHA Freedom of Information Office (FOIA). I provide professional, technical and programmatic support for the Forms, Publication and Management section of the OI Communication division. I have responsibility for a number of administrative tasks in the preparation, coordination and tracking of printing, reproduction and publication requests. I engage in a variety of analytical skills to determine most cost/resource effective method for accomplishing individual assignments and must posses the skills and ability to prioritize workload to meet the needs of demanding, time sensitive initiatives.

Coordinates and prepares a variety of publication requests within VHA Program Offices, VA Printing and Publications Service, Office of Finance and others as needed. Incumbent provide sound advice to managers and program offices on services available, budget considerations, distribution options and timelines. Projects require the use of basic analytical techniques such as simple cost/benefit analysis and workflow analysis. Prepares, organizes and maintains all printing requests and supporting back ground documentation in paper or electronic format as needed to ensure integrity and accuracy of publication. Prepares and maintains VHA policy documents and other VHA historical files in paper, electronic and web formats as well as manages Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) assignments which include performance workload tracking and completion reports.
I initiate and track financial transactions for publications using various automated methods and maintains a variety of budgetary information databases. Gathers information for assigned programs and reviews budget formulations and workload analysis submissions. Coordinate budget reports and planning processes in order to inform upper management on key issues that may impact operations, processes and decision-making, and/or to plan budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Formulates, presents, executes, and analyzes section spending reports. Determines and maintains compliance with agency guidance.


City Colleges of Chicago in Chicago, IL
September 1987 to December 1988


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