|Desired Industry: Accounting/Bookkeeping
|Desired Job Location: Lawrenceville, Georgia
||Date Posted: 11/21/2010
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 01/01/2011
|Desired Wage: 60,000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience
||Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
|Highest Degree Attained: Masters
||Willing to Relocate: No
To obtain an accounting or auditing position that will utilize my analytical skills and abilities while providing opportunities for growth and advancement.
MetLife, Financial Controls Analyst, Alpharetta, GA, August 2007 – Present
•Daily reconciliation of multiple general ledger cash and suspense accounts.
•Identification, research and resolution of discrepancies noted in general ledger accounts.
•Processing of lock box and wire deposits into appropriate accounting systems.
•Preparation and processing of manual journal entries.
•Assist in month end, quarter end and year end closing of the ledger.
•Work with business partners on various projects such as system enhancements or data clean up.
•Enter overtime and no-pay days into payroll system.
•Other projects as assigned.
Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C., Senior Associate, Woodbridge, VA, April 2006 – July 2007
•Worked as an Accountant at the Federal Aviation Administration. Assisted in implementation of Corrective Action Plan. Support Property Analysis division in clean-up activity identifying assets in need of capitalization. Research fixed assets to determine correct dates placed in service for purposes of depreciating those assets.
•Performed as a Staff Auditor at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Office of Lender Activities, LASS Audit Reviews. Review lender audits to determine eligibility for FHA recertification. Verify that lenders are in compliance with HUD’s net worth and liquidity requirements. Review audit opinion reports submitted by the lender’s auditor to determine that all information submitted is in accordance with HUD’s requirements.
•Performed as a Staff Auditor on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) CFO SAS 70 Audit of the Medicare Contractor, Empire Medicare Services.
I.A.M. National Pension Fund, Washington, DC, October 1997 – April 2006
Accounts Receivable Supervisor, January 2005 – April 2006
•Supervise a staff of six Accounts Receivable Clerks, responsible for processing of cash receipts and data entry of remittance reports.
•Review and approve debit/credit entries prior to posting to Accounts Receivable system.
•Oversee month-end closing of Accounts Receivable.
•Review of delinquency letters, invoices and retroactive billings prior to mailing.
•Routine audits of work completed by Clerks to verify accuracy and ensure timeliness.
•Monthly reconciliation of the Escrow account.
•Weekly transfer of 401(k) payroll and demographic data to the 401(k) record keeper.
•Send notifications to employers for employee deferral elections, catch-up contribution elections, loan payments and verify status changes for the 401(k) plan.
Assistant Pension Supervisor, June 2000 – January 2005
•Supervise a staff of four Pension Analysts, responsible for the processing of pension applications and calculation of pension benefits.
•Quality control of pension application files for final award and verification that sufficient information exists for the completion of such files.
•Prepare and send ineligibility determination to Plan Participants.
•Train new employees in the rules of the various Plans and departmental procedures.
•Respond to inquiries, both written and oral, from Plan Participants, union representatives and beneficiaries.
•Perform routine desk audits to ensure timely completion of work by Pension Analysts.
•Prepare BI-weekly payroll for employees.
•Address any personnel issues as needed.
Pension Analyst, October 1997- June 2000
•Analyze, research, and verify to determine eligibility or ineligibility for pension benefits based on thorough knowledge of the Pension Plans and governing laws, specifically ERISA.
•Verify employment using various sources, including employers, Local Lodges, and the Social Security Administration to support eligibility decisions.
•Calculate pension benefits using appropriate actuarial factors and mathematical formulas.
Interpret Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and calculate benefits in accordance with the Orders.
•Administration of several merged Plans using rules set forth in related Plan documents.
•Assist with auditing and recalculation of awarded pension files for special projects.
•Report any discrepancies between hours reported for Plan Participants and hours actually worked to the Accounting department.
•Provide customer service to Plan Participants, union representatives, and employers.
•Compose correspondence of both technical and non-technical nature.
Keller Graduate School of Management – Duluth, GA, October 2010
•Master of Accounting and Financial Management, emphasis on Fraud Examination
•Completed degree in 18 months while working full-time
Strayer University – Woodbridge, VA, June 1997
•Bachelor of Science in Accounting, minor Business Administration
Associate member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Microsoft Office Suite, Peoplesoft
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