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Analyst , Intelligence Community Resume


Desired Industry: Accounting/Bookkeeping SpiderID: 54856
Desired Job Location: Alexandria, Virginia Date Posted: 10/5/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 45000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly analytical, goal-oriented, and
tenacious professional with
comprehensive background and profound
knowledge in conducting independent
research and analysis, complemented with
data collection expertise and
intermediate statistical analysis.
Able to render outstanding job
performance while complying with the
company’s standard operating procedures
and other regulatory statutes.
Professionally composed and organized,
with well-developed and excellent
communication skills demonstrated
through diverse perspective and positive
interaction with individuals at all
levels. Display remarkable planning and
time management skills. Team player and
service-oriented, with a keen eye for
details.


Experience:
HENRY M. JACKSON FOUNDATION ~ BETHESDA,
MD DEC 2008–PRESENT
RESEARCH ASSISTANT-UNIFORMED SERVICES
UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY,
CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF TRAUMATIC STRESS

Lead Research Assistant for National
Institute of Mental Health Army Suicide
Grant

- Effectively serve as principal
research assistant for a $50M National
Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) multi-
site consortium study on elevated
suicide rates and its correlating risk
factors in the United States Army. NIH
Grant: 1U01MN08798-01 – Army Study to
Assess Risk and Resilience in Service
Members (STARRS).
- Provide assistance to the Army
STARRS senior program manager and render
substantial administrative support.
- Submit and prepare reports for
the Army STARRS senior program manager.
- Collaboratively work with
internal and external parties to
organize various components necessary
for the initiation, implementation and
conclusion of the project. Coordinate
and monitor project schedules and
activities, and track project progress
and results.
- Instrumental in success of the
organizational development in tracking
naming system.
- Organize and facilitate
significant activities such as
teleconferences and travel arrangements;
prepare quarterly documents for audit
purposes that include memoranda, meeting
agendas and meeting minutes.
- Proficiently developed a file
organization system maintaining
essential forms of documents,
information and media.

General Research Assistant
Responsibilities

- Conduct a comprehensive study on
the effects of posttraumatic stress
disorder and traumatic brain injury on
military populations, as well as the
effects of natural disasters and trauma
on civilians and children.
- Assume full responsibility in
facilitating a wide array of studies,
including independent research,
statistical analysis, data processing,
and data collection for groups of
military and civilian psychiatrists and
psychologists.
- Gather important information for
researchers and maintain it for future
purposes; apply reliable sampling
methods in implementing and completing
projects.


TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY ~
AUSTIN, TX FEB 2008–AUG 2008
TRAVEL CLERK IV-ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN I

- Executed comprehensive audits of
employee travel vouchers and other
reimbursements. Guaranteed adherence
with regulatory statutes, legislative
mandates, as well as department and
state comptroller regulations by
balancing extensions.
- Maintained and documented
narrative data into the department’s
Automated Accounting System (MSA) for
electronic transmittal to state
comptroller’s Universal State Accounting
System (USAS).
- Processed volumes of documents,
including travel request and vendor
invoices for travel while verifying
employee eligibility.
- Proficiently administered
computer terminal with applicable
software systems related to the
department.
- Played an integral role in
participating with monthly processing of
payroll warrants for all 8,000
department employees.

CHASE HOME FINANCE ~ AUSTIN, TX
CONSUMER LOAN SPECIALIST / OPERATIONS
MANAGER ASSISTANT FEB 2005–SEP
2007

- Assumed interim operations
manager position, responsible in
orchestrating all activities in the
organization.
- Maintained comprehensive
documentation of new and finalized home
loan applications through designing and
administering recordkeeping and filing
system.
- Engaged in managing corporate
metric reports comprising company,
state, and federal guidelines; provided
keen oversight to complex documents and
correspondences to efficiently interpret
and disseminate corporate policies and
procedures.
- Displayed expertise in
conducting multi-agency communication
for processing home loans, such as
requesting land title policies,
insurance policy binders, and property
appraisals.
- Effectively developed and
assessed asset and income documentation
from home loan applicants in alignment
with company underwriting guidelines.
- Performed a series of duties,
including but not limited to forwarding
invoices to the Accounts Payable
Department, entertaining incoming calls,
resolving customer service issues, and
properly endorsing insurance claim
checks for home properties with hail and
wind damage.

BANK OF AMERICA ~ AUSTIN, TX
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT AUG
2004–FEB 2005

- Responsibly collected and
organized asset and income documentation
from home loan applicants to finalize
mortgage in compliance with company
underwriting guidelines.
- Maintained constant
communication with loan applicants as
well as with title and insurance
companies to support finalization of
home loan.
- Processed home loans and
regularly checked status by sending and
copying fax messages and answering
incoming phone calls.

SALES ASSISTANT MAY 2004–AUG 2004

- Proficiently carried out
administrative and clerical support for
branch manager and all loan officers,
such as answering incoming calls,
preparing faxes and copies, and
assisting loan officers with both data
entry spreadsheets and outgoing
marketing mail.


Education:
MASTER OF ARTS IN FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY:
MAY 2010 (GPA: 3.492)
Marymount University ~ Arlington, VA
Psi Chi National Honor Society
Coursework: Forensic Assessment,
Behavioral Criminology, Research and
Evaluation, Psychopathology


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY, MINOR
IN BIOLOGY: MAY 2001
University of Houston ~ Houston, TX
Ann Toole Scholarship ~ Black Academic
Excellence Award Scholarship ~ Dean’s
List


Affiliations:
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Skills:
- RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS
- DATA MANAGEMENT
- OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
- CLIENT NEEDS ANALYSIS
- ANALYTICAL APTITUDE
- INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS
- CONFLICT RESOLUTION
- REGULATORY COMPLIANCE


Additional Information:
ACTIVITIES

Volunteer, YWCA Adult Education,
Washington, DC
Volunteer, For the Love of Children
Summer Neighborhood Tutor Program,
Washington, DC


TECHNICAL SKILLS

Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, and Outlook)
Internet Explorer ~ Adobe
Reader/Professional ~ SAS ~ SPSS ~
ProCite ~ PubMed ~ Google Scholar
Research Databases


Reference:
Available upon request.


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