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Desired Industry: Accounting/Bookkeeping SpiderID: 67915
Desired Job Location: Belleville, Illinois Date Posted: 3/19/2013
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: April 2013
Desired Wage: $80,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
A position within the financial managemen
community that will utilize my business, financial
degrees and skillset to bolster government/private
agency fiscal operations.


Experience:
Feb 2009 – Present; United States Air Force, U.S.
Transportation Command; Budget Analyst:
• Provides day-to-day analysis of budget/financial
issues and oversight of $110 million in TWCF
(Transportation Working Capital Funds) Information
Technology (IT) programs annually
• Works closely with supervisors/managers ensuring
adherence of posted budgetary instructions
• Coordination with program managers resulted in
expedient return of $382 million in prior year
funds diverting dollars to critical funding/resource
requirements
• Led IT funding initiatives resulting in 100%
reconciliation of $1.4 million annual travel budget
• Maintained section integrity during month-long
absence of senior analyst, sound financial
recommendations to 13 program managers resulted
in $130 Million in funded IT activities
• Staffs, processes and audits procurement/funding
documents in excess of $48 Million
• Researches, consolidates, and summarizes
budgetary data; funding recommendations made to
Command budget office secured $254 Million in
funding for related IT products and services
• Attends monthly Integrated Program Reviews,
interpretation of budgetary policies justifies
recommendations briefed to Senior Leadership on
funded and unfunded requirements
• Matches funding requests to projected line item
costs; combined efforts with Research and
Development program manager secured $2.2 Million
in Research and Development contracts

October 2006 – February 2009; Scott AFB, IL;
Supervisor Customer Support:
• Budget formulation duties led to analyzation of $37
Billion in direct, reimbursable, current and
expired year funds apportioned from multiple
federal appropriations
• Managed 9 person military/civilian teams’
processing of 10,000 travel vouchers in excess of
$4.8 million; 99% settled in 2 business days
• Established process reducing outstanding travel
authorizations from 8 to 2 percent



August 2005 – August 2006; Kunsan AB, ROK;
Customer Support Technician:
• Integral part of the Defense Travel System (DTS)
implementation team which ensured system
milestone met ahead of schedule
• Provided DTS training to 200+ Resource Advisors &
Information Management personnel;
enhanced each units voucher settlement efficiency
• Processed 2,000 pay affecting documents during
12-month tenure valued at $1.2 million
• Problem solver; coordinated with multiple base
agencies; resolved month long problem for
Senior Leadership in less than 48 hours
• Authored electronic continuity books for 3 vital
squadron programs – procedures outlined step-by-
step processes in high turnover environment

May 2001 – August 2005; Randolph AFB, TX; Quality
Assurance Technician/Budget Analyst:
• Studied financial inspection reports, diagnosed
seven potential weaknesses; corrective actions
postured workplace to excel in agency-wide
inspections
• Managed $42.2 Million Logistics/Maintenance
budgets providing related mission flying funds
• Oversaw $50 Thousand Government Purchase Card
program; 100% record accountability
• Trustworthy; led audit support, response and
follow-up actions for attending inspection team
• Standout policy research prevented potential bona
fide need rule violation for base agencies
• Preparation of budget estimates and financial plans
led to compilation of $1.3 Billion
Randolph AFB Economic Impact Analysis report

March 1995 – May 2001; Little Rock AFB, AR;
Supervisor Travel Accounting/Financial Services:
• Orchestrated and maintained control of $53 million
commitment and obligation documents
• Responsive to fiscal needs of the organization;
review of program historical data led to
decreased outstanding obligations from $300
Million to $2 Thousand within 60 days
• Led Travel Accounting office in accurate processing
of $2 Million in travel authorizations
• Voluntarily took charge of debt program; returned
over $50 Thousand in funding to the Gov’t

September 1993 – March 1995 – K.I. Sawyer AFB, MI;
Military Pay Technician:
• Processed 3,500 pay affecting documents that led
to a 99 percent, 4-month accuracy rate
• Managed voucher balancing with zero out-of-
balance documents during 6-month period
• Ensured payment of entitlement dollars for 2,500
personnel with 99 percent properly paid
• Completed 1,000 bi-annual flight pay
recertification’s, detail warranted zero over-payments





Education:
- BBA, Jones International University – Magna Cum
Laude; 3.95 GPA 2013
- AAS Financial Management, Community College of
the Air Force – 2009


Affiliations:
- American Society of Military Comptrollers Land of
Lincoln Chapter; 2010 – Present
- Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club; 2009 -
Present


Skills:
• 20 years of decision-making experience in direct
employee supervision, training, resource
management, and fiscal operations
• Organizational, analytical and leadership talent
showcased within a multitude of Working
Capital funded programs
• Possesses critical thinking ability, swift learning
capability and productive working
relationships with military, civilian and contractor
personnel
• Outstanding communication skills in oral, written
and electronic media
• Computer literate with wide-spread experience of
automated budgetary systems, accounting
records databases and reports. Also, knowledgeable
with entire Microsoft Office programs
• Possesses an active “Secret” security clearance
(awarded 10 Nov 2004)


Additional Information:
• Air University – Defense Decision Support Course;
October 2012
• DAU – Business-Financial Management Level I
(Online); December 2011
• Fiscal and Appropriations Law; February 2003


Reference:
Available upon request.


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