Administrative/Financial/Grants/Government

 


 

1809 W Warren Dr

Clarksville, TN 

3704


 

PHONE:  (520)
  560-6227


 

EMAIL:    beckycauthen@yahoo.com

 

 

Becky Cauthen



  
  


  
  


 

Objective


 

 

I would like to broaden my knowledge and experiences
  within a Governmental Agency and oversee a Department with the hopes to turn
  an average department into an outstanding department; make a positive
  difference in the views of the employees as well as the public sector.     


 

 

Experience


 

 

2009-August 2013    
  Pinal County Sheriff’s Office   Arizona
  City, Az 


 

Monday – Friday 0800-1700 hrs     40 hours weekly


 

Secretary II


 
  • Customer
      Service
  • Administrative
      support for the Deputies assigned to the Casa Grande, Stanfield, and Maricopa
      geographical areas
  • Quality
      Control of reports
  • Disseminate
      reports to agencies and the public
  • Track
      crime in region and report trends to Regional Lt.
  • Time
      lines and statistical reports
  • Data
      Entry / Scanning / Filing
  • Assist
      in the Administrative Sergeant for the Border Crimes Unit with the tracking
      of expenditures and statistical information for the Stone Garden Federal
      Grant.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


 

 

 


 

 

2000-2009         
  Pinal County Sheriff’s Office        Florence, Az


 

Monday – Friday 0800-1700 hrs     40 hours weekly


 

 


 

Program Coordinator II


 
  • Secretarial
      support
  • Compile
      unit budget
  • Application,
      Writing and Administration of Grants
  • Tracking
      and monitoring of expenses
  • Maintain
      records
  • Prepared
      for Audits on Grants
  • Prepared
      monthly reports to Grant resources
  • Reprogramming
      of Grant funds
  • Payroll
      reporting and tracking of overtime to ensure that all labor laws and OMB
      guidelines are followed
  • Utilizing
      of online and offline data bases
  • Case
      log
  • Worked
      closely with County Attorney’s Office with cases submitted for Charge and
      Review as well as cases submitted for  forfeiture of assets
  • Submission
      of training requests, reimbursement requests and  attending mandated training
  • Reconciliation
      of bank statement
  • Compile
      various statistical reports
  • Research
      subjects, funding opportunities and databases
  • Attend
      Grant funded meetings and provide visual presentations as required
  • Recommend
      unit budget requests, equipment, and mission critical necessities.
  • Order
      all supplies and equipment; verify vendors
  • Worked
      closely with County Finance, County
       Attorney’s Office,
      Florence PD, Coolidge PD, Eloy PD, and Grant Resources.
  • Trained
      Deputies on unit paperwork
  • Other
      special projects as requested

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


 

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

Education


 

 

1987-1988                     Lamson
  Business College                 Tucson,
  Az


 
  • Associate
      Degree Business Management

 

 


 

 

Training


 

 

Research Associates Certified Grant Specialist


 

Analytical Investigations I


 

Analytical Investigations II


 

Managing and Maximizing Grants


 

Arizona
  Narcotics Officers Association (ANOA)


 

 


 

 

Interests


 

 

Camping, fishing, travel, coaching High School Soccer.


 

 


 

 


 

 

Other


 

 

United States Citizen


 

 


 

 


 



 

  • ID#: 75018
  • Location: Clarksville, TN , 37040

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