Highly motivated Budget Analyst who thrives in high-pressure environments. Excellent financial reporting, budget forecasting, leadership and team-building skills. Successful at managing multiple assignments while meeting tight deadlines. Accurate Budget Analyst with planning, formulating and executing expertise.
Fiscal budgeting Knowledge
Knowledge of Budget Formulation and Approval Process
Exceptional time management skills
Team building skills
DoD Financial Management Certification
Knowledge of Corps of Engineers Financial Management System (CEFMS)
Knowledge of Resource Management Guidance
Successfully planned and executed Fiscal Year 2016 Initial and Mid-Year Budgets which was executed at 95.02%.
Managed and Monitored 54 in-house job orders which includes labor codes.
Knowledge of FY-2016 Mid-Year Training budget $3.60M decreased ($79K) from FY-2016 Initial Budget; $3.68M, 3.64% of budgeted regular labor, which meets current authorization of 3-5%.
Processed automated monthly reports for nominal balances to produce quarterly expenses of 4%; 3%; 2% ending in 1% successfully.
Ensured billing was processed in a timely matter and resolved billing problems that had been previously missed
Computed Data Reports; which required monthly and quarterly reports listing obligations and commitments.
Maintained accurate accounts including labor, supplies, credit card, plant accounts, facility accounts, accrued expenses and credit transactions.
Knowledge of Resource Management Guidance; which include, Budget Formulation and Approval; Submittal Requirements and Milestones; Metrics and Targets ( Direct Labor Charge Rate Targets)(Overhead Rate Targets); Labor (largest budgeted dollar amounts that had to be accurate); Awards (not to exceed 0.96% of the total salary); Training (Districts budgeted 3%-5% of effective Reglabor ); etc.
Monitored Emerging Leader Program (EL) expense, which was not to exceed $25K in the Executive Office (RF6001) which is not included in the district 3%-5% training target.
Knowledge of the President's Budget for Fiscal Year 2017 provides $4.6 billion in grow discretionary funding for Civil Works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
Budget Analyst; Series: 0560 Grade: GS-9 Salary: $53,863.00Jan 2015 to Current U.S. Army Corps of Engineers － New Orleans, LA
Executed accounts receivable reporting enhancements and reconciliation procedures.
Managed accounting operations, accounting close, account reporting and reconciliations.
Evaluated plant accounting for rate changes based on under or over execution.
Performed debit, credit and total accounts on computer spreadsheets/databases, using specialized accounting software.
Budget Analyst; Series: 0560 Grade: GS-09 Salary: $51,117.00Feb 2011 to Jan 2015 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers － New Orleans, LA
Resolved discrepancies in credit card monthly bank accounts while under tight deadlines.
Collaborated extensively with auditors during preliminary and year-end audit processes on travel vouchers and credit card purchases.
Analyzed costs and revenues to project future equipment purchases for the Dredge Wheeler.
Accomplished CFC fund raiser goal; while working on the financial team.
Program Assistant; Series: 0344 Grade: GS-5 Salary: $39,633.00Sep 2008 to Mar 2011 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers － New Orleans, LA
Coordinate with budget analysts on funding and financial matters.
Attend informal seminars and meetings to plan and coordinate the financial management program.
Provide technical assistance to the Division and keeps abreast of current regulations, policies, and procedures.
Serve as point of contact preparing travel documents.
Serve as Training Coordinator and perform the Time and Attendance functions.
Responsible for financial control of the Divisions out grant program.
Coordinate with the Division staff, evaluates and distribution requirements, and execute billings and collections to the various appropriations.
Gather historical data, projects needs based on known factors, and consolidate requirements into the operating budget.
Analyze financial operating programs and make a variety of special studies.
Prepare monthly cost summaries for comparing actual budget expenditures to estimated budget expenditures.
Prepare reports on project accounts with recommendations to Divisions Supervisors for adjustments to the accounts.
Conduct procedure analysis; study internal reports; and prepare graphs, charts and statistical tables using office automation systems.
Prepare PR&C's obligations and receiving reports for various bills.
Maintain payment logs and research problems with invoices or payments.
Conduct analysis of a variety of administrative or management data and provide required reports and recommendations.
Bachelor of Science, Business Management2009University of Phoenix － Metairie, LA, United States
Minor in Human Resource
Bachelor Business Science Management (BSM) undergraduate degree program is designed to prepare graduates with the requisite knowledge; skills and values to effectively apply various business principles and tools in an organizational setting. The BSM foundation is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practical application, while examining the areas of accounting, critical thinking and decision-making, finance, business law, management, marketing, organizational behavior, research and evaluation, and technology. The management major concentrates on managing human and fiscal resources within the structure, culture, and missions of and organization. The Major stresses skill development in the areas of innovation, design, and creativity in business, global business, quality management and productivity, human resource management, employment law, employment law, and organizational negotiations.
Associate of Science, Data Processor1993Delgado Community College － New Orleans, LA, United States
Credits Earned: 160 Quarter hours
Major: Data Processor Minor: Secretary
Business AdministrationUniversity of New Orleans － New Orleans, LA, United States
Credits Earned: 32 Semester hours
Major: Business Administration Minor: Business Management