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Civil Engineer Service

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Waldorf, MD
Posted:
June 26, 2018

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Sandra R. Hardesty

Brandywine, MD ***** US

Day Phone: 301-***-**** - Ext:

Mobile: 301-***-**** - Ext:

Email: ac505j@r.postjobfree.com

Work Experience:

AFDW/844 Communications Group

**** ********r Road

Joint Base Andrews

Andrews AFB, MD 20762 United States

07/2016 - Present

Hours per week: 40

Pay Plan/Grade: GS12 Budget Analyst (This is a federal job)

Analyze the budgetary impact of new or revised legislation, policies and procedures. If necessary, devises and recommends the adoption of new or revised financial procedures to implement new budgetary policies. Prepare guidance, explains, and defends actions on budgetary processes and/or interpretation procedures and regulations related to the various phases of budget administration to financial points of contact. Also advise/train financial POCs, leadership and other interested parties on the status and availability of funds. Persuade or negotiate with decision-making officials to follow a recommended course of action consistent with established budget policies and objectives. Review and approve/disapprove, modifying as necessary, budgetary actions submitted by Group and/or Squadrons. Attend briefings, meetings, and /or working groups as a representative for AFDW/A6 - 844CG. Maintained and retrieve data from DEAMS financial system.

11th Civil Engineer Squadron

3465 North Carolina Avenue

Andrews AFB, MD 20762 United States

06/2012 – 06/2016

Hours per week: 40

Pay Plan/Grade: GS11 Supervisory Budget Analyst (This is a federal job)

Supervised a section within the Asset Management Flight that recently experienced a complete turnover of personnel. Ensured turnover between personnel was accomplished to maintain steady operation of section and vacant positions were filled as quickly as possible. Underwent recent transition from legacy work order system to TriRiga NexGen while simultaneously deploying DEAMS budget tracking system. Participated on tiger team to improve procedures to finalize current and outstanding projects and the update of real property records. As a result, the value of base assets was substantially increased which in turn, will significantly increase the amount of sustainment funding provided to the base. Managed squadron's complex budget program of $45M-$85M annually and included separate budgets for O& M, Military Family Housing, Unaccompanied Housing and Environmental. Researched and summarized budget data from a variety of sources for use in the preparation of budget estimates, unfunded requests and annual financial plans to include PPBE, spend plans, execution plans and unfunded requirements. Reviewed and analyzed budget requests from flights to ensure accuracy and adherence to regulations and local policy. Reviewed organization historical data, funding requests, and project costs to determine trends in spending to assist in the preparation of financial plans. Constantly reviewed budget execution and spend plans for squadron and flights and reprograms funding as required to meet the constant change of mission requirements. Worked with MAJCOM's (IMSC, AFDW & AFCEC) and associates to obtain, observe and track funds. Provided assistance and guidance on budgeting as to types of funding available and the use of funds, i.e. sustainment, restoration and modernization, facility operations, environmental and military family housing. Maintained control over 10 separate GPC Master Accounts which total over $2M. Worked with tenants, squadrons and private entities to obtain funding documents and provide assistance when needed as to types of funding documents required for construction projects, work orders and utilities. Reviewed project folders upon completion of construction ensuring that all required documentation was included and correct for closeout and capitalization by Real Property. Coordinated the verification and correction of Unit Manning Document quarterly with Force Management. Provided and coordinated information required for support agreements with tenants and partners. Maintained good working relationships with colleagues within squadron, Wing and tenant squadrons.

11th Logistics Readiness Squadron

3320 Pennsylvania Avenue

Joint Base Andrews

Andrews AFB, MD 20762 United States

08/2008 – 06/2012

Hours per week: 40

Pay Plan/Grade: GS11 Budget Analyst (This is a federal job)

Maintained daily control and management of squadron funds which totaled $4M - $12M annually. Performed budget formulation involving review and preparation of budget estimates and financial plans to include PPBE, spend plans and execution plans for squadron and individual flights. Researched and summarized budget data from source documents, automated systems, accounting records and reports for use in preparing budget estimates and annual financial plans. Reviewed organization historical data, funding requests, and project costs to determine trends in spending and estimate annual funding requirements. Executed and analyzed squadron and individual flight funds and readjusted funding or sought out additional funding as required to ensure mission was met. Worked with MAJCOM (AFDW) and Wing personnel to obtain, execute and track funds. Provided assistance and guidance on budgeting as to types of funding available, effects of changes on related activities, and status of use of funds. Reviewed and analyzed budget requests submitted by Flights to ensure their accuracy and adherence to regulations and local policy.

316th Civil Engineering Squadron

3465 North Carolina Avenue

Andrews AFB, MD 20762 United States

11/2002 – 08-2008

Hours per week: 40

Pay Plan/Grade: GS09 Budget Analyst (This is a federal job)

Performed budget formulation involving review and preparation of budget estimates and financial plans for Military Housing and Environmental Programs. Prepared Purchase Requests (Form 9), MIPR's and 616's through award or acceptance. Ran the BCE Integrated Transaction List in IWIMS to check for rejected transactions in WIMS and cleared the rejects. Project folders were finalized after receiving the project folder from the Engineers. Ensured that all payments are documented and coordinated with Real Property. Provided assistance and guidance on budgeting as to types of funding available and status of use of funds.

Naval Legal Service Office, North Central

1014 N Street, SE, Suite 250

Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374-5016 United States

03/1998 – 11/2002

Hours per week: 40

Pay Plan/Grade: GS08 Budget Assistant (This is a federal job)

In a single person shop, prepared, formulated and maintained budget execution plans for Naval Legal Service Office, North Central and its (8) detachments and branch offices. This included separate budgets for O&M and training. Reviewed and analyzed financial reports to determine if resources are being used per the budget execution plan and reprogrammed to meet mission requirements. Determined priorities by analyzing and reviewing workload and financial requirements for the command. Drafted funded descriptions and justifications of unfunded priorities for submission to Commander, Judge Advocate General (JAG) and Naval Justice School (NJS). Computed the cost of training and requested funding from NJS. Prepared travel orders and made travel arrangements for personnel attending training. Prepared all financial documents for government credit card requisitions, GSA procurement requests, DD 1348's, reimbursement forms and printing requests. Monitored invoice payments, credit card payments, good and services, receiving and acceptance documents and travel requests. Managed the command Travel Card and Purchase Card Programs. Managed local supply inventory system. As needed, prepared and executed wills and powers of attorney.

Naval Legal Service Office, North Central

1014 N Street, SE, Suite 250

Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374-5016 United States

08/1995 – 03/1998

Hours per week: 40

Pay Plan/Grade: GS07 Computer Assistant (This is a federal job)

Performed network analysis and upgrades, user account maintenance, daily data backup, system repairs, software upgrades and ethernet repair and replacement. Provided technical and troubleshooting assistance to personnel. Identified defective components and made repairs where cost effective. Managed ADP Equipment and Minor Property Inventory. Maintained OJAG/NLSO applications software. Performed software installation and distribution functions. Conducted one-on-one user training on computers and software. Assisted with Commander, Naval Legal Service Command field upgrade and installation of new workstations for approximately 35 users and Windows 3.1, and ultimately, Windows 95 software. Made minor modifications to computer hardware, software, email and peripherals. Composed weekly articles for the command Plan of the Week, providing users with solutions and tips to hardware and software issues. Provided step-by-step instructions on using current or new software either in writing or orally. As needed, prepared and executed wills and powers of attorney.

Naval Legal Service Office, National Capital

1014 N Street, SE, Suit 250

Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374-5016 United States

08/1993 – 08-1995

Hours per week: 40

Pay Plan/Grade: GS07 Claims Examiner (This is a federal job)

Performed a variety of administrative, adjudicatory and clerical duties. Adjudicated a wide variety of complex claims for and against the Government under the Military Claims Act, Federal Tort Claims Act, Affirmative Claims Act, and Medical Care Recovery Act. Performed the initial review of each claim received in the Claims Division and categorized it under the proper statute. Applied federal statutes, regulations, case law, JAG Manual, OJAG/CNLSC instructions and NLSO policy guidelines where needed. Managed the flow of claims work to the military attorneys by determining why a claim needed attorney attention. Monitored the progress of these claims to ensure that they were adjudicated or settled within the statute of limitations. Utilized acute reasoning skills in adjudicating claims that did not require attorney attention. As appropriate, I worked up a counter claim. Drafted and signed appropriate correspondence. Screened calls from claimants, civilian attorneys and insurance adjusters. Provided information to callers. Initiated calls to request information or respond to a caller's request. Maintained all claims information in a computer-based data program. Deposited funds received from settled claims into proper accounts to military treatment facilities. Maintained an accurate accounting of all monies received and paid. As needed, I also prepared and executed wills and powers of attorney.

Naval Legal Service Office, National Capital

1014 N Street, SE, Suite 250

Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20735-5016 United States

10/1981 – 08-1983

Hours per week: 40

Pay Plan/Grade: GS03 Clerk/Typist (This is a federal job)

Performed a variety of clerical duties. Specific functions included screening callers and visitors, maintaining control of incoming and outgoing correspondence, typing memoranda, correspondence, and litigation reports which were forwarded to the U.S. Attorney. Maintained a filing and suspense system of all claims. Scheduled appointments in two separate divisions for clients seeking Defense counsel and/or Legal Assistance advice. Prepared and executed wills and powers of attorney.

Education:

Professional Financial Manager's Course Maxwell AFB, AL 05/2017

Credits Earned: 120 Continuing Education Unit

Surrattsville Senior High School Clinton, MD 06/1981

Prince George Community College, Largo, MD

GPA: 3.94 of a maximum 4.0

Credits Earned: 62 Semester hours

Major: Paralegal Studies

SPECIALIZED TRAINING:

WGMT - 312, Financial Management, AFIT, Civil Engineer School, 11/12; GTC and GPC Training 8/11; DTS Training 12/11; PCOLS 12/11; ACES-PM Course 7/04; WIMS Course 9/03; USAF Records Training 2/03; NAVSUP Purchase Card 01; PowerPoint 97; Windows 95, Word, Exchange 6/97; Integrating Windows on Netware 5/96; Advanced TSR Training 5/95; TSR Basic Course 3/95; Successful Legal Research 15 hrs 3/86; Naval Correspondence Methods 10/85; Safety and Health 11/85; Proofreading Perfectly 10/84; Taking Charge of a PC 9/84; MCRA Course 9/82



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