MOS 36B, Finance NCOER Examples

DTS Administrator

o maintained expertise in Defense Travel System profile management and documented submission requirements

o ensured G8 Section is trained to have a full understanding of the use of DTS

o maintained certification as LDTA, managing 100 plus profiles

o Defense Travel System (DTS) Administrator for one year handling more than 6,000 accounts

o personally audited more than 15 DTS personnel sites in Army units located in TX, NM, AZ, OK and AR

o tracked over 1500 Out of Service Debt and Claims cases ranging from $200.00 to $200,000.00 and ensured DFAS customers' problems were corrected

USARPAC Audit Readiness Team

o tracked 456 external auditor sample requests to support the Department of Defense's first full financial statement audit

o facilitated the submission of over 3,000 source documents with an on-time rate of 98%

o helped the Army take another step towards its goal of a clean audit opinion while increasing accountability across the command

Defense Travel Administrator

o improved the DTS voucher submission rate and lowered the delinquency rate 15% by conducting thorough training with the Brigade ODTA's

36B30/SR Account Analyst

o organized the disposal of over 8,600 pounds of outdated sensitive documents allowing the WIARNG to meet regulatory stipulations for document retention

36B/Budget Analyst

o sought out for his financial management expertise which significantly benefited the command in forecasting and managing critical resources

Financial Management NCO

o developed and revised numerous administrative and training documents which prevented finacial oversights

o exceeded the Defense Finance and Accounting System standard of 98% accuracy with a 99.4% accuracy rating for six continuous months

o stood up and operated the Military Pay Section during Annual Warriors' Training in Milan

o completed all tasks while maintaining open lines of communication between her platoon leaders and Soldiers

Customer Service

o very organized, kept the S-1 section very orderly and kept track of personnel actions

o ensured that over 8,000 Soldiers within the 6th ASG were properly paid

o coordinated all S1 and admin actions, completed all Bn administrative paperwork prior to deployment

o trained unit pay personnel in the proper USARC required pay proceedures

o predicted pay failure during USSTRATCOM reorganization; assumed responsibility for higher HQ oversight and ensured continuity

o supported over 40,000 US Army Reserve soldiers in the USAR Pay Center and exceeded the DFAS standard of 99% accuracy in coding transactions

Automation Specialist

o followed up and ensured Verizon tracking reports and the GPC binder were accurate and up to date

o ensured Recruiting and Retention NCO profiles were accurate in Recruiter Zone

o monitored reports and ensured the Recruiting and Retention Battalion complied with regulatory guidance and contractual obligations

Non DTS Entry Agent (NDEA)

o served as Non DTS Entry Agent (NDEA) for the Medical Training Brigade deployment; attention to detail ensured accurate reimbursement for travel

Pay Accounts Manager

o chosen to assist War College finance personnel with the annual in-processing of over 500 students

o oversaw supply and logistics; facilitated the Battalion's successful completion of its Army Training and Evaluation Programs and 2 major field exercises

o ensured all accounts were settled monthly and pay was processed in a timely manner

o improved supply, financial and maintenance programs in the Battalion and produced a 30% increase in Bn equipment serviceability rates

Financial Analyst

o audited all disbursing training packets that were distributed during the Diamond Saber 2013 exercise

Disbursing Analyst

o trained all members of the Cash Management section in disbursing and contracting functions; improved annual tracking by 20%

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