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Nonprofit Coordinator/Accounting Resume

Desired Industry: Accounting/Bookkeeping SpiderID: 40656
Desired Job Location: Fort Walton Beach, Florida Date Posted: 7/27/2010
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 08/09/2010
Desired Wage: 40,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes

Census Bureau, Ft Walton Beach, FL March 2010 – Present
Update Enumerator
 Interpret maps to locate households.
 Explain the purpose and importance of the census.
 Conduct brief personal interviews with residents and record responses.

Sunshine Shuttle & Limo, Santa Rosa Beach, FL November 2009 – January 2010
Office Manager/Human Resources Coordinator
 Wrote, designed and organized sales proposals for major clients.
 Developed employee records process including drivers files of 15 drivers.
 Developed internal training manuals – including sales manual and transportation software manual.

Mike’s Main Event, Kansas City, MO June 2008 – September 2009
 Streamlined expenses to decrease debt ratio of the personal training center.
 Merged accounting systems – from Peachtree to QuickBooks 2009
 Completed all accounts payable transactions
 Maintained timely collections of accounts receivable – gym memberships, training fees, and sponsorships and account reconciliation. Assisted in developing a process to recapture over $1500 of delinquent accounts.
 Worked directly with owner decreasing the number of delinquent client accounts
 Assisted in redeveloping the Main Event Brand by creating new applications, new membership packages, brochures and flyers.

Harvest Church, Kansas City, MO October 2004 – September 2009
Accountants Payable Clerk, Member Services
Coordinator, Food Service Director
 Assisted in bringing school nutrition program into total compliance with federal and state regulations. Cut budget by $1000 per month.
 Began “Get Moving Fridays” to focus on complete health and fitness of school and families where over ˝ of the student population faced health issues related to obesity.
 Developed and maintained inventory and hazardous control procedures.
 Trained two cooks within three weeks.
 In Coordination with the H12 Director & New Member Director, strengthened and evaluated processes and programs for greeting and welcoming new members and guests. Success of 300 new members in 3 years and 1000 plus visitors/year.
 Coordinated and executed all members’ all annual picnics, outreaches, trainings and events designed to create a connection to the congregational purpose of Harvest Church using a minimal budget and volunteer hours.
 Obtained community resources for the use of the 6500 membership and prospective members.
 Assisted with the coordination and development of Information Technology Services for 30 employees, 300 volunteers and 100 students.
 Processed accounts payables for the ministry and school comprised of a former shopping mall on 100 acres, an 80 acre camp ground and a Home for unwed mothers.
 Began a system of streamlining accounts; eliminating excess in phone bills (reduced from $2550/month to $950/month) and unneeded vendors. Recapture over $2500/month in excess spending with in first 3 weeks of employment.
 Initiated Vendor reviews and development of vendor relations.
 Updated reconciliation of multiple Bank Accounts for 2 years for nearly $550,000 in activity.

State Street, Kansas City, MO March 1999 - October 2004
Fund Accountant
 Priced daily NAV (stock price) for multi-million dollar accounts.
 Conferred with traders for daily account activity.
 Provided daily cash positions in excess of $1Million each to traders for 5-8 clients.
 Researched and captured missing activity to recover nearly $2Million deficit in one account.
 Developed training manual for departmental new hires which decreased internal training time by 50%
 Volunteered as lead trainer for Community School – to – Work program for a local partner High School taught classes of 30 plus students each year.

PNC Bank, Kansas City, MO December 1997–March 1999
Payoff Specialist

 Interpreted commercial loan packages to calculate payoffs from $250,000 - $50Million or more.
 Developed spreadsheets to streamline the calculation processes for penalties.

Master’s Public Administration, Currently Enrolled
Walden University Baltimore, Maryland Expected Graduation Date December 2011

Accounting, BS
Grambling State University, Grambling, Louisiana December 1994

Avoyelles High School, Moreauville, Louisiana May 1990

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