Cost Cashiering - Thailand
Advanced Cashiering - Thailand
RFMS/Momentum Financials System
WINACS for Cashiers Training - Kenya
Basic Overseas Cashier Training - Paris
Travel Policy and Regulations Training - Thailand
FSN Pay/Win T&A Training
Voucher Examiner Couse - Paris
WINACS 2000 Training Course - Paris
Overseas Cashiers Training PA – 293
Cash award in support of the 1st Us President’s visit
Mission Honor Award
Customer service Award
Appreciation letter from the Ambassador
Meritorious Honor Awards
Extra Mile Award
Group Certificate of Appreciation
Certificate of Appreciation
09/2005 –01/2016 US Embassy Addis Ababa
Receive official collection, including consular fees and prepare general receipt. Make collections from the proceeds of sales and maintain proper records, record all collections and keep chronological and properly record and maintain daily accountability record files.
Make advance of funds to authorized personnel for petty cash expenditures on interim receipts.
Make payments on the certified cash vouchers and petty cash receipts and replenish sub cashiers for petty cash payments.
Receive dollar instruments or local currency and disburse local currency or dollar cash and provide reverse accommodation exchange to employees departing from post and US government officials on TDY to post.
Write local currency checks or nontransferable birr checks for various vendors, keep track of the check book balance. Using the COAST cashiering, process and transmit all paid vouchers on a timely basis.
Balance A/C as often as possible and make sure that the projected accountability ledger has been updated and reconciled with the latest balances sheet. Send latest cashier reconciliation to cashier monitor.
Assisting on VIP or high officials’ trips- high delegations, Ambassadors and CODEL visits, driving within Addis and on field trips as assigned.
Provide technical guidance to sub cashiers and two althernate cashiers
03/2001-08/2005 US Embassy Addis Ababa
Receive and track vendor invoices and check for valid contracts, purchase order, BPAs, and local government and utility company agreements.
Examines and reconciles invoices for accuracy.
Ensures all required documentation and authorization is present, to include receiving report, applicable receipts when appropriate, etc.
Forwards to Financial Specialist for review and approval for all assigned local vendor and off shore payments.
Processes all medical voucher reimbursements including hospital service agreements.
Review and analyze the charges for monthly expendable supplies and fuel and prepares journal voucher to charge the appropriate agencies.
Maintains spreadsheet of accounts receivables for employees personal telephone and internet bills, update the spreadsheet and issues a report to RFMO and Financial Specialist each month.
Processes new internet account requests to the local telecommunications company.
Processes voucher for utility bills.
Financial Analyst/Travel Finance Specialist
Calculate, analyze, and process all cash advances and vouchers related to all forms of government travel, vouchers; ensuring all documentation is present and that the payment or reimbursement is authorized in accordance with the governing regulations. Prepares expenditure report.
Establishes and maintains a suspense list of travel advances and TDY settlement vouchers to ensure the entitlements are paid and USG government debts are collected. Provides RFMO and Senior Financial Specialist with monthly status of advances.
Maintains proficiency as resident expert in Travel Manager Plus(TM+) for processing and calculating travel vouchers (including PCS, MEDEVAC, R&R, Educational and other travel categories). Responsible to provide operating instruction on the Travel Manager Plus (TM+) software system to other voucher examiners.
Monthly reviews of COAST financial system reports, P62 for advance allotment (code ‘9520’) to ensure advances are cleared promptly.
Reconcile employee entitlement for school tuition and educational travel and process vouchers for payment.
Maintains status of representational expenses versus allotment and processes reimbursement in accordance with post policy and governing regulations. Provides expert advice to program officers on regulation and policies and surrounding the program and provides direct assistance during the settlement of representational claims.
Process monthly Official Residence Expense (ORE) reimbursement and provide status of account reports to the RFMO.
Serves as the alternate Cashier.
03/ 1998 – 01/ 2000 US Peace Corps
Major Tasks Accomplished:
Handling both local currency and dollar funds; for the disbursement, accountability, examination, safekeeping, replenishment and other processing of all Peace Corps cash. Wiring leaving allowance for volunteers to different sites and check payment transactions, field trips to different sites for making per diem payment for pre-service training volunteers.
Preparing weekly cashier replenishment voucher and monthly cashier’s reconciliation statement, GTR processing (travel authorizations), and cash advances; for preparing payrolls, and performing other routine cashier functions.
10/ 1985 – 03/ 1998 Lutheran World Federation
Cashier Accountant & Assistant Accountant
Major Tasks Accomplished:
Assisting the accountant and also covering the cashier position; managing cash, preparing vouchers, payroll, cash reports, cash controls and maintaining spare parts stock records on computer.
Preparing ledgers and financial reports.
Diploma in Management HALLETA Education Center
1994 - 1997
Diploma in Software Programs – CPU