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Budget/Cost/Financial Analyst Resume


Desired Industry: Information Technology SpiderID: 73959
Desired Job Location: Havre de Grace, Maryland Date Posted: 11/13/2014
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 2 weeks notice
Desired Wage: 90000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
To secure a responsible position in the areas of Finance, Earned Value
Management, and Program Management. Position preferred should provide ample opportunity for
professional growth and advancement.


Experience:
MITRE Corporation
06/07/10 to Present

• I plan, develop, analyze and participate in the preparation and maintenance of direct and indirect budgets, subcontracts, final cost objective Estimate at Complete and/or Estimate to Complete and Cost Proposal creation. I have created customized reports for each Program area I support which has decreased the amount of time for data entry and promoted more analytical reporting.
• Ensure customer service expectations are met. Mentor a FFRDC-level support team. Coordinate with CNS and operating units. Support internal and external audit requests.
• Developed strong business partnerships with internal and external customers that include peers, project leaders, program managers, resource managers, and senior-level program and portfolio directors.
• Employ best practices in planning and budgeting for direct and indirect projects. Support the execution of the execution of the organization’s strategic and business goals.
• Ensure consistent policy guidance, adherence and interpretation.
• Provide pricing, cost, and/or financial analysis to support development of program office cost estimates based on system functional requirements and other acquisition cost factors
• Manage budget execution, provide reporting and analysis support to divisions, coordinate with external sponsors for direct work program management, and provide input to CNS center.
• Administering a complex annual budget, which involves receiving, processing, and allocating funding, as well as preparing financial reports
• Monitor Capital, Lab, and Site Location administration and management.


EAI Corporation (Subsidiary of SAIC)
11/01/06 – 06/04/10
Project Control Analyst
•
In support of contracts, the Project Control Analyst V position develops, implements, and maintains automated Project Controls processes and tools that assist in financial policy implementation, cost/schedule baseline development and management, data analysis, and report formatting. Trains staff in use of these automated processes and tools. I hold responsible for several projects.
• There is significant interaction with Project Managers, Contracts personnel, senior technical personnel, and other functional or support organizations. I’m responsible for Forecasts of financial data for programs or contracts. Establish and maintains cost/schedule baselines, develops Work Breakdown Structures (WBSs) and related dictionaries, develops Estimates at Completion (EACs), and possesses a complete understanding of related financial policies. Develops Resource Loaded Networks (RLNs), implements Earned Value methodologies, and performs related variance analyses. Understands schedule critical path and performs related analyses. Performs risk management, including the development of Quantitative Risk Analysis Matrices (QRAMs).
• Provide performing projection analyses of cash flow and profitability for projects. Provide schedule and RLN support for new business proposal development, through Corporate, Group, and Business Unit reviews. This schedule and RLN support may require projections, requirements analyses, Cost and Management volume inputs, data analyses, EAC calculations, and/or Earned Value methodology implementation. Work independently while contributing to the team through statistical reporting, analyzing, estimating, and auditing. Involved in the preparation of written and verbal reports to management regarding cost and schedule variances. May provide direction and guidance to lower level personnel.



SAIC
8/2003 – 10/30/06
Sr. Project Control
Analyst
• Provide a broad range of project controls/earned value management duties on
major DOD contract with earned value requirements. SME for Earned Value
Management and assist in earned value implementation to include organizing
work, developing and managing cost/schedule baseline, analysis of data and
management of the change control process. Assist in monthly analysis to
include development of estimates to complete and cost/schedule variance report
writing.

3/2001 – 08/2003 Budget Analyst
• Budget Analyst duties include collecting and analyzing financial data for
government demilitarization sites, programmatic support in related matters, and
monthly actual cost of work performed reporting to Government Offices.
• Continual effort is coordinated with the Associate Program Managers. This
includes budget alignments, budget planning and forecasting, spending trends,
variance analysis, funding issues and estimating methodology.
• Developed new Monthly Cost Charts and Analysis Sheets for Monthly Management
Meetings. Developed and documented new financial policy and procedures in
accordance with EVMS rules. Ensure controls are followed and adhered. Consult
with Operations Manager and Program Managers on policies and procedures and
inform of any necessary changes that should be made or updated.
• Generated reports and charts to illustrate individual project and overall
program status for Management Reviews.
• Initiate new reports when necessary, adhoc briefings, execution reporting to
Department of Defense
• Supported long range plans for program measurement of cooperative agreements
along with all documentation.
• Support Government Customer in maintaining control of Chemical
Demilitarization Program in Financial Execution of the multi-billion dollar
Fiscal Year Budget.

Lockheed Martin New Government Contract Cost Analyst
1/2001 – 3/2001
• Prepare budgets, ETC, Forecasting, Models, Charts, Reviews, and EVM.
• Have only been in this position for 2 weeks and still retain previous
training duties and program implementation.

1/2000 – 1/2001 Senior Administrator-Trainer
• Learning all financial systems within the company and developed
individualized Training Manuals for all systems.
• Inter-company employee training geared for the functional areas.
• Training new hires into the company.
• Set up groups training sessions.
• Strategic analysis of currently used system, and handle problems and issues
concerning their use.
• Analyzing and inputting forward labor pricing rates.
• Special projects that include establishing new Contract Programs, analyzing
and implementing new financial systems, and process improvements.


3/1997 – 1/2000 IR&D Senior Administrator/Senior Cost Analyst

• IR&D Administrator duties included collecting and analyzing financial data
for individual shop order control and administrative support in related matters.
• Continual effort was coordinated with the Responsible Engineers, as well as
Sourcing and Finance Personnel to monitor and forecast IR&D expenditures. This
includes budget alignments, spending trends, variance analysis, funding issues
and estimating methodology.
• Generated reports and charts to illustrate individual project and overall
program status for In-depth Management Reviews.
• Supported long range plans for program measurement of cooperative agreements
along with all documentation.
• Recorded journal entries of accrual and computer expenses.
• Received Department of Excellence Award for improved processes and internal
promotion for program responsibility.

5/1996 – 3/1997 CORT Administrator
• Customer Order Requisition system duties included all input regarding
contract sales requisitions.
• Responsibilities of the Contract Administrator are to ensure that all
contract data in the CORT system is current, accurate and complete in
accordance with the contract and all finding modifications.
• Updated daily transcripts to contract sales requisitions.
• Reconciliation in the start up period for sales requisitions in CRS to CMS
(accounting systems in use.)
• Other duties included the sorting and recording of Proposed Public Vouchers
in order to confront any non-funding errors or Cost over Authorizations and to
contact the Program finance person in charge.


Education:
Florida Institute of Technology: Master’s Degree in Program Management Aug 2006
St. Joseph’s University: Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting Associate of Arts December 1989
Camden County College; Degree in Accounting May 1982


Skills:
Excel, MS Word, Clarity, MBT, Access, PowerPoint, Cost Point, Resource
Server, MPM, ACEIT, EVMS, wInsight, IFS, Impromtu


Additional Information:
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

EVMS Training EVMS and Advanced Data Usage Program Management
Leadership Skills Professional Certificate
in Project Management
Project Management 1 Certificate Graduate Certificate in Project
Management PM II Certificate

Security Clearance: Secret


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