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Results-producing accounting professional with 8 years of experience in financial management, reporting, and analysis; education in Business Accounting and Computer Information Systems. Specialize in accounts receivable billing, payroll/benefits processing, and cost accounting. Proven ability to implement accounting process improvements to enhance organizational productivity and effectiveness. Tech-savvy and proficient using Microsoft Office Suite including financial reporting in Excel.
Accounting Operations Budget Management Payroll Processing Change Management Accounts Receivable Billing Financial Reporting Regulatory Compliance Account Reconciliation Process Improvement Cost Benefit Analysis
Advised the development of a consolidated timesheet detailing both personnel and equipment usage that resulted in an estimated 75% reduction in errors from staff. Improved the labor variance percentage by enhancing the formulas used and considering costs and estimated leave accruals for each fiscal year rather than for the total time the employee was in the department. Secured $139,987 for the county under the “State Other Aide” Object Code (governmental fund accounting) in January 2013 by proactively following up with California state personnel on an owed reimbursement for storm damage in 2008. Achieved $27,209.85 in Congestion Relief for the department by identifying and contesting auditing inconsistencies that failed to consider additional eligible expenditures. Assisted in reducing the Road Department division’s accounting work backlog from 9 months to 2-3 months.
Account Technician III February 2007 to Current Inyo County Public Works and Road Department Independence, CA Manage multiple financial areas including accounts receivable billing, payroll and benefits processing, cost accounting, and budgeting with a focus on accuracy and efficiency. Ensure timely payments by reviewing up to 300 repair orders per accounting month and closing out up to 110 repair orders per accounting month. Continually update financial records in the Cost Accounting Management System (CAMS) for the Road Budget including data regarding inventory, direct charges, fuel usage, and A/R payments. Spearhead quality assurance initiatives in reconciling discrepancies identified in accounts payable, journal entries, inventory transactions, and payroll and benefits areas. Collaborate with various departments to perform research assignments including reviewing the State Controller’s Office (SCO) manual “Accounting Standards and Procedures for Counties.” Prepare estimates for department management personnel and other county departments including Sheriff Department, CAO’s Office, and Risk Management Department.