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Philip
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24029 Esmeralda Hollow
Chicago
IL
24029 Esmeralda Hollow
Chicago
IL
Experience Experience
11/2015 – present
Los Angeles, CA
Budget Assistant Active Secret Required
Los Angeles, CA
Budget Assistant Active Secret Required
11/2015 – present
Los Angeles, CA
Budget Assistant Active Secret Required
11/2015 – present
  • Assists with providing training on budget related matters such as how to run reports and budget procedures
  • Provides support with respect to the review, analyses and preparation of the Strategic Framework and its revisions
  • Assists with making revisions and updates to the Budget Managers Guide
  • Assists with budget related projects and adheres to deadlines
  • 10 - Co-ordinates with other finance and budget staff on related issues during preparation of budget reports
  • Verify accuracy of input data, ensuring consistency of data in previous allotments to new allotments issued
  • 15 - Review data on monthly staffing complement
12/2009 – 08/2015
Philadelphia, PA
Budget Assistant to the Governor
Philadelphia, PA
Budget Assistant to the Governor
12/2009 – 08/2015
Philadelphia, PA
Budget Assistant to the Governor
12/2009 – 08/2015
  • Reviewing and analyzing budget and other fiscal-related requests submitted by state agencies
  • Supporting development of performance measures and monitoring progress toward goals established to support the Governor's priorities
  • Monitoring program performance and spending patterns
  • Participating in task forces and committees on assigned topic areas
  • Developing and presenting recommendations to OFM management and the Governor concerning the costs and effects of budget-related fiscal and policy proposals, proposed legislation and management initiatives
  • Make presentations, attend meetings, and respond to inquiries on education-related fiscal issues from various sources, including the Governor and senior staff, legislators, stakeholders, the public and the media
  • Making legislative presentations, attending meetings, and responding to inquiries on budget and fiscal issues from various sources, including the Governor, senior staff, legislators, legislative staff, state agency staff, the public and the media
03/2005 – 10/2009
Los Angeles, CA
Budget Assistant
Los Angeles, CA
Budget Assistant
03/2005 – 10/2009
Los Angeles, CA
Budget Assistant
03/2005 – 10/2009
  • Assist with or maintains filing system to include all Worldwide campus locations and each HQ department
  • Assists Budget Department with implementing new procedures and ensures processes are effective and well communicated to Worldwide staff
  • 9 - Verifies accuracy of input data, ensuring consistency of data in previous allotments to new allotments issued
  • Engages in professional development activities
  • Assists Worldwide staff in correcting any errors identified through reporting
  • Assists in the preparation and maintenance of the annual budget. This includes reviewing the budget submissions for completeness/accuracy and entering the budget into Oracle
  • Enters budget transfers and adjustments into the Oracle financial system
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Finance
Bachelor’s Degree in Finance
Tulane University
Bachelor’s Degree in Finance
Skills Skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Microsoft Excel proficient
  • Previous Accounting and/or Accounts Payable experience
  • Highly organized
  • Solid analytical and research skills
  • Able to multitask efficiently and effectively
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Great interpersonal skills
  • Budgeting background
  • 1+ year of related work experience
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Budget Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1+ year of related work experience
  • Budgeting background
  • Previous Accounting and/or Accounts Payable experience
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Budget Assistant Active Secret Required Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum SECRET clearance is required. Ability to keep a Secret clearance active
  • 3 years of relevant budget analyst experience
  • Experience or familiarity with DoD Program Acquisition
  • Experience in utilization of General Fund Enterprise Business Systems (GFEBS)
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Budget Assistant to the Governor Resume Examples & Samples

  • Developing and presenting recommendations to OFM management and the Governor concerning the costs and effects of budget-related fiscal and policy proposals, proposed legislation and management initiatives
  • Reviewing and analyzing budget and other fiscal-related requests submitted by state agencies
  • Assisting state agencies in budget implementation
  • Monitoring program performance and spending patterns
  • Supporting development of performance measures and monitoring progress toward goals established to support the Governor's priorities
  • Participating in task forces and committees on assigned topic areas
  • Making legislative presentations, attending meetings, and responding to inquiries on budget and fiscal issues from various sources, including the Governor, senior staff, legislators, legislative staff, state agency staff, the public and the media
  • Participating actively in formal and informal training and mentoring opportunities. Is a keen observer of other analysts, other executive and legislative staff, learning from their interactions to gain valuable experience and skills to prepare for increasing responsibilities in state budgeting
  • A bachelor's degree in public administration, political science, business or closely allied field
  • Two years' experience in a state or local government fiscal, administrative, policy role, or similar work experience preferred
  • Familiarity with governmental budget concepts and the Washington state budget and legislative processes
  • Excellent communication skills, including solid listening skills, and an ability to address conflicts openly and appropriately
  • Proficient use of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Successful experience in managing projects and groups
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines and manage competing demands
  • Ability to work long hours during peak times, including some evenings, weekends, and holidays
  • Completed, or be currently enrolled in, a graduate degree program in public administration, political science, business or closely allied field
  • Experience in some aspects of budgeting, including performance-based budgeting, strategic planning, and performance measures
  • Familiarity with public agency organizations and issues
  • An interest in state government budgets and policies
  • Experience with governmental financial systems
  • A comfort level with math and a working-level understanding of the concepts of data and trend analysis
  • The ability to be resilient and professional under pressure, coachable, analytical, and willing to learn new things quickly
  • The ability to make recommendations, often within a short timeframe
  • An interest in building effective working relationships with agency, legislative, and stakeholder colleagues
  • An interest in learning how to deal effectively with senior management, legislators, legislative committees, and others in positions of authority and be capable of presenting information to these audiences clearly and effectively
  • A commitment to actively support a Lean culture of continuous improvement
  • Personal Data sheet: http://ofm.wa.gov/jobs/SupplementalProfileData.doc
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Budget Assistant Active Secret Required Resume Examples & Samples

  • BA or equivalent + 3 yrs related experience, or MA + 1 yr related experience
  • Must have a current and active Secret clearance. Ability to keep a Secret clearance active
  • Experience with Microsoft Office - including Excel, Word and PowerPoint
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Budget Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Enters budget transfers and adjustments into the Oracle financial system
  • Assists in the preparation and maintenance of the annual budget. This includes reviewing the budget submissions for completeness/accuracy and entering the budget into Oracle
  • Assists with budget related projects and adheres to deadlines
  • Assists Worldwide staff in correcting any errors identified through reporting
  • Assists with providing training on budget related matters such as how to run reports and budget procedures
  • Assists Budget Department with implementing new procedures and ensures processes are effective and well communicated to Worldwide staff
  • Prepares reports for Budget Director or upon request of Budget Specialist
  • Verifies accuracy of transactions charged to the Business Office cost centers and proposes corrections as necessary
  • Completes purchase requisitions for department / and or other departments as requested
  • Assist with or maintains filing system to include all Worldwide campus locations and each HQ department
  • Assists with or maintains the Worldwide Budget organization in Blackboard and/ or Department Website
  • Assists with making revisions and updates to the Budget Managers Guide
  • Verifies enrollment projection data
  • Keeps current in all updates/changes in Discoverer, Oracle, APPM and POM
  • Serves as an active member on university and organization teams and task forces when requested
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Budget Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • 7 - Assists in preparation of budget performance submissions and finalization of budget performance reports, analysing variances between approved budgets and actual expenditures
  • 8 - Monitors integrity of various financial databases
  • 9 - Verifies accuracy of input data, ensuring consistency of data in previous allotments to new allotments issued
  • 10 - Co-ordinates with other finance and budget staff on related issues during preparation of budget reports
  • 11 - Periodic reconciliation of accounts in Umoja
  • 12 - Prepare request to Controller’s Office on redeployment of funds and to Finance section on movement of funds
  • 13 - Take action in putting exchange rates in Umoja
  • 14 - Record in Umoja direct disbursement and miscellaneous document
  • 15 - Review data on monthly staffing complement
  • 16 - Process fund distribution received from HQ and input allotment advice in Umoja
  • 21 - Performs other related duties, as assigned
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Budget Assistant to the Governor Resume Examples & Samples

  • Present budget recommendations to the Governor to support his or her vision for education in the state of Washington. Perform independent research and analysis of policies including state and local costs, implementation strategies and best practices, student outcomes, and stakeholder positions
  • Analyze legislative bills and budget proposals and communicate impacts to senior staff. Prepare analysis and recommend gubernatorial action on enrolled bills
  • Represent the OFM budget division on the quarterly K-12 caseload forecasting technical workgroup. Working with legislative staff counterparts, develop estimates for non-forecasted K-12 enrollments, budget and inflationary factors, and school levies. Evaluate patterns and trends in data and identify other factors affecting enrollment and budget drivers
  • Monitor and support state agencies in budget implementation, program performance, and other fiscal matters. Monitor and analyze school district data including budgeted and actual expenditures, compensation and staff levels, and student demographics
  • Make presentations, attend meetings, and respond to inquiries on education-related fiscal issues from various sources, including the Governor and senior staff, legislators, stakeholders, the public and the media
  • Bachelor's degree in public administration, political science, business or closely allied field
  • Knowledge of K-12 education policy, governmental budget concepts, and the Washington State budget and legislative processes
  • Experience with data analysis and cost modeling using Excel or other programs
  • Excellent organizational, written and oral presentation skills
  • Ability to perform high quality, objective policy research and analysis
  • A proactive, creative, flexible, and service-oriented approach to work
  • Ability to meet deadlines and successfully manage competing demands
  • A willingness to work long, irregular hours that are common during certain times of the year
  • Completion, or current enrollment in, a graduate degree program in public administration, political science, business or closely allied field
  • Interest in state government budgets and policies
  • Comfort level with math and a working-level understanding of the concepts of data and trend analysis
  • Ability to be resilient and professional under pressure, coachable, analytical, and willing to learn new things quickly
  • Ability to make recommendations, often within a short timeframe
  • Interest in building effective working relationships with agency, legislative, and stakeholder colleagues
  • Interest in learning how to deal effectively with senior management, legislators, legislative committees, and others in positions of authority and be capable of presenting information to these audiences clearly and effectively
  • Commitment to actively support a Lean culture of continuous improvement