BATTLE STAFF SENIOR INSTRUCTOR
ALC SENIOR TEAM LEADER
Professional knowledge of facility management concepts, principles, and practices applicable to the full range of duties.
Knowledge of organization, budgeting, planning, and project management techniques. Ability to coordinate the work of others and motivate and lead individuals of a variety of backgrounds.
Knowledge of computers and of computer graphics, software and hardware.
01/2013 to 10/2014
Battle Staff Senior Instructor
ALC Senior Team LeaderUS Army
Exercises supervision over the daily activities of a full-time staff which includes both military and civilian employees assigned to assist in carrying out the functions of the course.
Assisted staff regarding resource management in the ALC section.
Resolved difficult problems in the section when forecasting for ALC course new fiscal year operating programs.
Provide section with technical guidance for budget methods and formats and advise staff on the use of military accounting procedures such as the defense traveling system.
Serve as section representative for resource committees.
Develop and forecast budgetary requirements for the section by applying laws, regulations for the budget execution.
Evaluate section fund utilization for appropriate actions to handle unexpected occurrences.
Provide leadership with recommendations on budget request for the section.
Compile financial information to develop reports.
Assures the effective and efficient administration of activities supervised.
Plans work to be accomplished by subordinates and sets and adjusts short-term priorities.
Assigns work to subordinates based on the capabilities of employees; evaluates work performance of subordinates; advises, counsels, or instructs employees on both work and administrative matters; interviews candidates for vacant positions and recommends selections; hears and resolves complaints from employees; effects minor disciplinary measures; identifies training needs of employees and assures the conduct of such training; and develops performance standards.
Works to achieve the objectives of the DA Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Programs and policies and serve as the academy Equal Opportunity Leader.
Assisted Course manager and other team leaders to resolve difficult problems when forecasting new operating programs.
Provide technical guidance for budget methods and formats.
Serves as coordinator, representative, or resource person for various resource management committees.
Recommended approval and disapproval for additional funds assigned to the section.
Provide technical advice for budget requirements to all levels of management.
01/2008 to 01/2011
Senior Instructor/Writer Engineer BranchUS Army
Provides guidance on, coordinates, and conducts a thorough review of program plans and program accomplishments.
Coordinates, directs and assists in management analysis reviews of organizational entities and systems.
Through review of reports of management studies, operational plans and accountability and control instruments, exercises surveillance over operating and monitor the resource management program accomplishments and relationships; and performing budget analysis to identify potential program problems, utilizing specialized budgeting techniques such as linear regression models, cost-benefit analysis, stand and deviations formulas and activity based costing techniques.
Develop annual budget for the Engineer Courses within the guidelines and limitation provided by the Battalion.
Apply statutory and regulatory guidelines to budget formulation and justification for fiscal.
Year budget proposal.
Review and revise budget estimates submitted for YTB conferences.
Rebalance budgets to respond to funding changes and adjustment prior to YTB conference.
Represented the unit on the YTB, presenting the CSS Battalion budget for the year, assisting the Commander to ensure section optimum use of available funds for the fiscal year.
Provides day-to-day advice and assistance to key operating officials within the command.
Provides command direction to school house and takes appropriate action to insure timeliness of input to automated financial accounting systems.
Analyze data at the end of fiscal year to identify program accomplishments and develop new budget based on findings.
01/2005 to 01/2008
Lottery sales system analyst, compile sales and financial information on retailer to develop reports.
Prepare daily, weekly and monthly funding status reports for management.
Utilize the company financial accounting system to analyze trends in funds utilization.
Review all accounting and sales transactions to verify report accuracy.
Work with various financial systems run in SQL and GUI platforms.
Respond to customer inquiries to resolve budgetary information issues.
Monitor and report program performance measurements.
Present budget briefings for supervisors and managers.
Service Support ManagerOlympic Mills
Serves as financial advisor to the company Comptroller and subordinate sections.
Exercise and delegate fund certification authority for the company comptroller.
Monitor expenditure rates of funds for trends toward over-or-under obligated funds and report to the comptroller section.
Represented the department interests in external contacts regarding resource management issues.
Develop, coordinate, and maintain an integrated system of management and financial staff services to include decentralized program-budgeting, management analysis, manpower, force structure, and force modernization activities.
Develops policies, programs, and systems for increasing efficiency and economy of company functions and operations.
Apply business tools such as Peachtree accounting program and IBM applications to gather the company data and conduct budget analysis and business yearly projections.
Prepares and gives information and decision briefings to the clients, staff, and representatives.
Maintains liaison with Olympic Mills headquarters, departments and external audit agencies for the purpose of exchanging information, providing advice and guidance; and announcing, clarifying, and confirming advice, policies, decisions, priorities, and schedules.
Represent Olympic Mills during regular and special possible client visits to and by other headquarters concerning resource management programs.
Provides guidance, coordinate and conduct a thorough review of program plans and program accomplishments.
Analyze the status of funds, excess, budget allocation, reconciliation or accounts and perform variance and trend analysis.
Advise management on budget requirements, limitations and impact on program planning.
Coordinate, direct and assist in management analysis reviews of organizational entities and systems.
Communicate with company section to obtain budget information.
Coordinate implementation of funds control policies and systems for the Service Support Section.
Review of reports of management studies, operational plans and accountability and control instruments, exercises surveillance over operating and resource management program accomplishments and relationships.
Provides day-to-day advice and assistance to key operating personnel in the company.
Master Degree: Project Management Grantham University - Project Management
Bachelor Degree: Business Administration Bayamon Central University - Business Administration