Resume





Software:   QuickBooks ProAdvisor; Microsoft Word/Excel; Sage Timberline; Thinkware

Industries worked in:  General Contractor; Sub Contractor; Professional Employment Organization; Florist; University; Hospitality; Manufacturing

Job titles:  CFO; Director of Finance; Accountant; Manager of Payroll Department; Administrative assistant; Office Manager

Education:  MBA – Webster University, Bachelors of Science Accounting – University of South Carolina, Associates Degree Accounting – Johnson and Wales University in Rhode Island

Accomplishments:

  • Played a major role in three software conversions (2- Sage Timberline, 1- Thinkware)
  • Grew up in a small town as a Florist with my parents for over 10 years. Part of this time was focused on learning the business and the finances.
  • Receptionist in various part time jobs and as a fill in when needed for full time positions.
  • Worked as an admin for the Financial Aid Department while in college.
  • General administrative work in various jobs
  • Preformed Payroll functions along with payment of state and federal taxes for three employers.
  • Served as an accountant/bookkeeper for over 25 years.
  • Worked as a Girl Friday for a manufacturing company and moved into the production department.
  • Taken inventory in several job positions.
  • Worked the night auditor job for a hotel
  • Took the H&R Block Tax preparation classes and did personal taxes for 2 years in a row.
  • Prepared and maintained budgets
  • Workers Compensation and General Liability audits for General Contractor an Sub contractors – Stayed on top of estimates so at audit time adjustments were minor.
  • AIA billing from a GC and a subcontractors position
  • Filled out Davis Bacon forms from a GC and subcontractors position
  • Paid payroll taxes to State and Federal
  • Assisted in a IRS audit for 3 years prior to my employment
  • Paid sales taxes to various states for GC
  • Reconciling accounts and making adjusting entries as needed or requested by CPA.
  • Notary for the State of Colorado.

 

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