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Navair - Budget Analyst Resume Example

Yithana D Mwiaills
XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXXXX, Waldorf, MD 20602
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Professional Summary

Accomplished Business and Financial Manager with 35 years of experience Motivated leader with strong organizational and prioritization abilities. Areas of expertise include compile and analyze financial data to generate reports, control and report on expenditures and proficient in the Microsoft Office suite, particularly Excel.

Skills
  • Time Management
  • Communication Skills
  • High ethical standards and professionalism
  • Work well with others
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Hands-on experience with spreadsheets and financial reports
Experience
Business and Financial Manager Mar 2001May 2016 NAVAIR Patuxent River, MD
  • Team lead over one junior Business and Financial Analyst
  • Formulated, justified budget 
  • conducted training on session on accounting system
  • Process accounting  invoices
  • Advised staff regarding the handling of non-routine reporting transactions.
  • Collaborates with the other finance department managers to support overall department goals and objectives.
  • Support Controller with special projects and workflow process improvements.
  • Monitors and analyzes department work to develop more efficient procedures and use of resources while maintaining a high level of accuracy.
Senior Operating Accountant /Budget Analyst May 1995Mar 2014 NAVAIR Patuxent River, MD
  • Formulated, coordinated, developed, consolidated, and justified the entire NADEP Cherry Point Navy Working Capital Fund (NWCF) Aircraft Maintenance budgets for Navy Financial Management Budget (FMB), and Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and Presidential (congressional) budgets, via Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIRSYSCOM).
  • Preparing numerous combined budget exhibits including Fund 2 (Change in the Costs of Operations), Fund 4 ( Summary of General and Administrative Costs), Fund 5 and 5a (Total Cost Per Output Summary), Fund 12 (Performance and Quality Measures), Fund 20 (Military Personnel, End Strength by Grade), Fund 24 (Summary of Personnel Data) , Fund 25 (Headquarters cost), and Fund 27 (DFAS Customer Funding Summary).
  • Analyzed and evaluated civilian and military manpower and cost implications and administer revisions and adjustments associated with the NADEP Cherry Point A-11 budget Managed an annual budget of approximately $632 million dollars, civilian manpower of approximately 3,700 personnel and military manpower of 40 personnel.
  • Attended the NWCF A-11 workshops and FMB hearings, gathered data, and prepared charts; reviewed, analyzed, and interpreted FMB and OSD budget guidelines and instructions.
  • Interpreted budget/ financial policy and guidance to assist NADEP comptrollers, budget officers, and/or budget analysts as it applies to all depots; prepared and distributed guidance for the NADEPs for NWCF A-11 budget preparation.
  • Maintained and updated NADEP Cherry Point budget and accounting records, i.e.; Balance sheet, Income statement, Summary Source of Revenue (SSR), Summary of Price and Program Changes (IF4), Production Expense (IF5), General Administrative Overhead Expense, and Summary of Orders Received (SOR).
  • Used my analytical abilities and skills and prepared a cost analysis and financial reports to determine operating trends in the NWCF financial and workload areas; compared actual expenditures to budgeted expenditures and explained the variances to the branch head, division head, comptroller, budget officer, and co-workers.
  • Prepared budget justifications and defended budget exhibits for FMB, OSD, and congressional budgets.
  • Respond to budget questions from FMB and OSD concerning NADEP Cherry Point's budget submission;
  • Reviewed, analyzed and wrote the A-11 budget reclamas; Military Pay, Overhead, and Headquarter cost reclamas; and price out FMB marks and/or Program Budget Decisions (PBD), such as fuel repricing, military pay, and workload.
  • Updated, reviewed, and analyzed NADEP Cherry Point's budget cash phasing plan and performed special financial budget data calls from NADEPs, FMB, and OSD.
  • Served as a financial representative for my competency (AIR 7.8.1.6) on AIRSPEED projects which I am assigned to by the Site Financial Lead (SFL).
  • Provided an independent assessment of the project's estimated and actual benefits.
  • Reviewed and validated financial benefits workbooks before the control tollgate.
  • Submitted a Documentation of Review through the Deployment of Management System(DMS)to the SFL and Black Belt upon completion.
Operating Accountant Sep 1994May 1995 Defense Finance and Services, Headquarters Crytal City, VA
  • Served as a Senior Operating Accountant for the Defense Accounting Office Cleveland Center, Reporting and Analysis.
  • Established and maintained daily General Ledger and Subsidiary accounting controls for a variety of complex accounting systems which were reconciled with reciprocating control of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Treasury Department, and the defense-wide accounting network of DOD components including Defense Investigative Service, Defense Mapping Agency, Defense Audit Service, Defense Intelligence Agency and Washington Headquarter Service Center.
  • Reviewed, analyzed, reconciled and confirmed the validity of and fund and cash reports from all Department of Defense as well as other federal agencies (OMB and the Dept. of Treasury).
  • Prepared inter-agency journal voucher adjustments affecting and balancing Treasury Department accounting controls with corresponding OSD appropriation and fund accounting controls.
  • Monitored and controlled the submission of feeder accounting reports from and/or for seven DOD components and activities. prepared recurring and departmental / agency level reports such as the Standard Form 220 (Statement of Financial Condition), Report of Budget Execution (1176), Flash Report on Obligation Status, Report on Reimbursements (725), Report on Obligations (225), and Appropriation Status by fiscal year program and sub-accounts.
  • Contacted subordinate reporting components as needed to obtain explanations of unusual deviations and variations in reported data, particularly expenditures that had to be in agreement with Treasury Department controls.
  • Reviewed, analyzed, reconciled, and initiated appropriate action to resolve errors and irregularities in reported data.
  • Made day-to-day decisions concerning the accounting of financial transactions.
  • Recommended solutions to complex problems, and purposed changes and/or revisions in the accounting systems or their operational features.
Operating Accountant Mar 1987May 1995 Defense Finance and Accounting Service Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC
  • Served as a Senior Operating Accountant serving under the Accounting Branch, Financial Management Division who planned and programmed command resources, maintained accurate and reliable financial records and reports, and provided advisory financial management services for the Chesapeake Division.
  • Analyzed, reconciled, posted, and prepared status report on reimbursable billing and collection data including the reporting of outstanding collections.
  • Used two full accounting systems, the Navy Resource Management Accounting system and the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Military Construction Accounting system.
  • Prepared deposit vouchers for checks received form various sources.
  • Monthly, I prepared 400 automated and manual financial statements, accounting reports, management reports. An example of the reports were : Trial balance, Plant Property, Real Maintenance Property, Unliquidated Obligations, and Aging of Accounts Receivable. I identified problems and provided recommendations for corrective actions and implemented the recommendations.
  • In the absence of the supervisor, I independently certified travel orders and accounts receivable billings.
  • Reviewed and audited completed contracts and projects.
  • Performed analysis and verification of the accuracy of program assignments, commitments, obligations, accrued cost, payments, billings, collections, and transfers to users to assure the integrity of projects/contracts incident to their retirement.
  • Was team leader for a Centralized Expenditures Reporting System (CERPS) Tiger Team.
  • Managed a staff of four Operating Accountants (GS 11).
  • Cleared up a backlog of unreconciled expenditures and collections.
  • Used the Amalgman Accounting System, Financial Information System (FIS), detailed expenditures and collections reports, expenditure listings, and 634's reports from various disbursing offices and other financial reports to assist me in accomplishing my goal.
  • Prepared about sixty NAVCOMPT 2036 reports on a monthly basis. This reports reflected the collections and expenditures that were adjusted.
Education
Bachelor of Arts : Business Administration, Accounting May 1984 Bowie State College Bowie, MD
Associate of Arts : Business Admnistration, Accounting May 1981 Prince George's Community College Largo, MD
Affiliations
Computer courses Microsoft Windows 1996, Microsoft Word 1996, Microsoft Excel 1996, Microsoft PowerPoint 1996 Microsoft Windows 95 1996, Intro to Intranet and Internet 1997, and Total Quality Leadership 1991, and Practical Comptroller School 1987, Federal Appropriation Law 2002, Earn Value Management Online 2002, and 7 Habits of Effective People 2002. PROFESSIONAL LICENSES/CERTIFICATESDefense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level II Certification in Business, Cost Estimating and Financial Management in 1997.
Black or African American (Blk) SEX: Female
Interests
  • PROFESSIONAL RATINGS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITIONS, Outstanding Performance Award 1988 and 1993, Quality Step Increase 1989 and 1994, and Performance Award 1990, 1992, 1995, 1996 and 1999, and 2001. On the Spot Award 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. 10,20 and 25 Years Length of Service Awards. OTHER INFORMATIONAmerican Society of Military Comptrollers Member since 2002. Charter member of Interesting People Talking Toastmasters Club, 2001. 
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Previous Companies:

  • NAVAIR
  • Defense Finance and Services Headquarters
  • Defense Finance and Accounting Service

Previous Job Positions:

  • Budget Analyst

Schools:

  • Bowie State College
  • Prince George's Community College

Level of Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associate of Arts

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