3101 S. Manchester St, #504
Falls Church, VA 22044
Nadir Alexander
Experience Kforc...
▪ Conduct new projects setup in Costpoint, maintain all contract modifications (MOD’s),
perform monthly account reconcili...
 Run monthly reports in Cognos to determine which employees travel is considered
 Concur Travel Administrat...
 Ensure government employees receive the appropriate rate for their travel
 Assist corporate travelers wi...
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Nadir's Resume Updated

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

Transcripts - Nadir's Resume Updated

  • 1. 3101 S. Manchester St, #504 Falls Church, VA 22044 703-380-3196, msnadir_j@yahoo.com Nadir Alexander Experience Kforce Professional Staffing Tampa, FL 2012 – January 2013 AR Specialist II ▪ Prepare analysis of weekly, bi-weekly and monthly reporting, to include but not limited to Unbilled Costs, Aged Accounts Receivable, and Billing Stats. ▪ Prepare Time and Material, Firm Fixed Price, Fixed Price Level of Effort, and Cost Plus Fixed Fee Contract billings. ▪ Perform complex billing functions as required for more specialized clients and reconcile invoices to revenue worksheet and other supporting documents. ▪ Provide timely customer service to clients and project managers by responding to their requests within 24 hours. ▪ Review contract documents to ensure billing setup and invoicing parameters are compliant with contract terms. ▪ Track and resolve outstanding payment issues. ▪ Create and maintain billing folders on Government Treasury Drive for inclusion of submitted invoices and supporting documentation. Computer Sciences Corporation Falls Church, VA 2004 – May 2011 Billing Accountant ▪ Adhere to the NPSCO Billing Policies and Procedures Manual, including all updates and revisions throughout the fiscal year. ▪ Prepare government and subcontractor invoices as required per the contract with the appropriate supporting backup documentation, DD250, SF 1034/1035, CR2 Burden Schedule, etc., and submit invoices via WAWF and/or other invoice submission method as required per contract. ▪ Prepare Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF), Time and Material (T&M), Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Fixed Price Level of Effort, and Fixed Price Material Reimbursement. ▪ Ensure all assigned invoices are prepared timely and accurately within the contractual requirements and within the weekly billing schedule set forth by the project SLA. ▪ Prepare rate adjustments invoices retroactively within the 90 day grace period and maintain billing folders per the departmental guidelines. ▪ Complete monthly Unbilled Analysis per departmental guidelines for each project. Maintain all supporting billing databases in an accurate and timely manner. These include but are not limited to the Client Invoice Tracking (CIT) and the Unbilled Database. ▪ Comply with all DCAA/FARR regulations/electronic invoice submissions. Utilize the Client Invoice Tracking (CIT) database to establish and maintain all billing SLAs, facilitate and record communication between billers, project staff and cash collections staff, and enter all e-copies of invoices, Deltek Costpoint reports, emails and unbilled reconciliations.
  • 2. ▪ Conduct new projects setup in Costpoint, maintain all contract modifications (MOD’s), perform monthly account reconciliation to track contract cumulative cost and payment history on each project. ▪ Assisted in contract closeout by contacting government agencies to ensure all final payments are received. Perform project reconciliation and research any non-payment issue. ▪ Resolve any invoice rejection and short payments issues and resubmit invoice to recoup difference as needed. Sr. Accountant Professional/Travel Administrator ▪ Provide support to CSC North American Public Sector (NPS) Travel Department. ▪ Communicate and enforce CSC's NPS Travel Policy in conjunction with Federal Government Contracting rules and regulations. ▪ Handle Out-of-Policy notices from travel agency and resolve with employees in order to maximize airfare savings. ▪ Investigate and resolve complaints, issues and other inquiries regarding employee travel, including CSC Expense. ▪ Run monthly corporate card delinquencies reports and distribute them to the appropriate business units. Notify employees about their delinquency and provide guideline on way to avoid getting delinquent. Ensure employees are work to bring their accounts current. Communicates issues - Research and resolves any disputed and/or questionable transactions with employees or with Credit Card Company. ▪ Assist with and interface with employees and travel agency with regard to all employee requests to use the company (ghost) account. ▪ Manage the company credit card accounts. Prepare monthly reconciliations of the corporate credit card for submittal to Account Payable. ▪ Ensure all supporting documentation for all monthly credit (ghost) card statements are verified and available for payment processing. ▪ Allocate all travel expenses with the proper account, department and project codes for submittal to the Accounts Payable Department. Concur Administrator – Serve as a backup Concur administrator to assist with my daily duties and to assist with new employee setup. Assign approvers and delegates, review and approve expenses. ▪ Oversee the issuance of new credit cards and cancellation of cards for terminated credit card users. ▪ Review all Travel Authorization Request from employees requesting to use company credit. ▪ Review employees expense reports and payment status. Resolve any discrepancy. ▪ Update Travel Policy and links on Concur Home Page Travel Accounting Specialist  Audit monthly travel expense reports to ensure expenses are accurate and in compliance with the company travel policy then enter and sort finding from audit on excel spreadsheets and update audit schedule when needed.  Verify Ghost card charges are credited by to appropriate group.  Send out monthly reminder emails to employee with outstanding reports requiring their attention in CSC Expense.
  • 3.  Run monthly reports in Cognos to determine which employees travel is considered long-term.  Concur Travel Administrator - Participate in the pilot program throughout the implementation of Concur.  Map expense type with category codes; Resolve all level 2 Helpdesk tickets as it relates to Concur expense system in a timely manner.  Train employee on Concur expense system through training sessions and individual training.  Setup new user access in Concur, assign roles, assign delegates and approvers, activate and deactivate users, setup preferences.  Assign company card to employees’ profile, run reports to aid in expense reconciliation.  Accounts Receivable – Process all Travel related refund checks with accuracy and in a timely manner.  Review employees’ expenses to obtain the project number to ensure refunds are applied to the appropriate project number. AP/Travel Customer Service Rep  Provide customer support for Account Payable and Travel Dept.  Provide vendors with payment status of their invoices using the Purchase Order # or Vendor ID; verify if vendor invoices were received and check the status in Deltek Costpoint, SAP or Impromptu; and answers vendors questions relating to CSC AP Process.  Verify payment address, verify if check was cashed, file claim for lost checks, verify if the vendor PO is still valid in the system.  Assist employees with their travel expenses in Concur Expense and train new employees to use the system.  Utilized LCD and SAP 4.7 to verify credit card payments and employee travel reimbursement A.C. Moore Ashburn, VA 2005 – 2005 Office Personnel – Part-time Weekend  Count down cashiers’ draws to ensure all previous day transactions are accounted for and cashiers’ draws are ready for the new shift.  Perform account reconciliation to ensure all transactions are accounted for and all books balance accurately.  Ensure deposits are made daily and the store daily cash balance is maintained in the safe at all time.  Make change for cashiers when needed and ensure customer service station has cash to assist cashiers for new shift.  Distribute employees’ checks and ensure that it is signed for.  Supervise Cashiers when Front-End Supervisor in goes on lunch. Non-Accounting Related Work 2000 – 2004 Customer Service Rep  Track customer’s package, reschedule delivery, and schedule package pickup.  Reroute packages to different hubs and put packages on hold for customer pickup.  Complete and submit claims for lost and damage packages.  Book hotel reservation for individuals and corporations.  Book travel packages according to corporate agreement.
  • 4.  Ensure government employees receive the appropriate rate for their travel destination.  Assist corporate travelers with last minute travel arrangement such as upgrade, late check-in, cancellation, and reschedule. Cash Mufflers St. Thomas, VI 1998 – 1999 Book Keeping  Perform account reconciliation of the shop’s daily revenue.  Count money and prepare check and cash for deposit.  Maintain Petty-Cash and keep track of shop’s expense.  Ensure employees payroll check is on time.  Assist with shop’s inventory by placing orders and signing for deliveries. Software Skills Deltek Costpoint, AP Workflow, Impromptu, Concur Expense, Cognos, Excel, Word, Access, Power point, Outlook Express, Lotus Notes, LCD, FileNet, Wide Area Workflow (WAWF), Deltek Time and Expense, SharePoint, Vendor Invoice Processor (VIP), etc Education Strayer University Arlington, VA 2007 - 2010  AA in Business Administration with a concentration in Contract Management Currently working to complete my bachelors

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