ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL Sample Accomplishments Include: Recovered in excess of $2 million in past due tooling invoices from 2001-2004 Power user of Microsoft Excel and Word, Covisint, GPSIS, MAS200, Best Fixed Asset, QAD, CMS, Cognos and AS400 systems Familiar with asset capitalization, disposals, transfers, useful life adjustments and, fixed asset inventories Strong general ledger reconciliation experience Supported Ad hoc special projects through cross-functional communication
ROBERT HALF / ACCOUNTEMPSJanuary 2007 to CurrentAccounting Contractor / Consultant Troy, Michigan
Assigned to diverse industry clients to provide mid- to senior-level accounting services Assigned to a Chrysler tier one supplier to resolve old open issues between the tier one and Chrysler.
The two key functional areas Chrysler had pending open issues with the tier one were in Finance and Purchasing.
Listed below is an initiative put forth by Chrysler to end this matter.
We were successful in completing these objectives by the middle of July 2011.
Recovered $6.3 million dollars in outstanding quoted tooling purchase orders.
Compared quoted tool cost to actual invoice cost.
Reported variance analysis to sales, engineering, and accounting departments.
Collaborated piece price increase and decrease per customer change notification.
Closed out 77 open Chrysler changes notices totaling $10 million dollars.
Compiled price change reports, reported the basis for the change to sales, and accounting departments.
Submitted updated purchase orders out of Covisint to the cost accountants.
KEY PLASTICS LLCJanuary 2006 to January 2006Cost Accountant Plymouth, Michigan
Worked in and activity based costing environment provide cost system reports mid level mangers.
Conduct bill of material audits and track / update bills of materials for new product lines.
Support wide range of ad hoc and special projects as well as related accounting activities such as accounts payable / accounts receivable (A/P, A/R), month end financial statement preparation, general ledger (GL) reconciliation, etc.
VITEC INCJanuary 2004 to January 2005Accounting Specialist II Detroit, Michigan
Utilized AS 400 QAD system for MRP activity based costing, including inventory tracking and forecasting Performed weekly project budget-to-actual cost comparisons and report variances.
Conducted collaborative meetings between program management and accounting Managed invoicing process; track and bill customers for $8 million tooling costs annually Calculated borrowing base report with A/R and inventory valuation data Maintain Tooling summary schedule and detail support schedules for each project Approve all Tooling Project Requisitions per managements maximum and minimum guidelines Book all Journal Entries related to Tooling accounts.
Reconcile Tooling sub-ledger to the detail General Ledger.
ROBERT HALF / ACCOUNTEMPSJanuary 2002 to January 2004Accounting Contractor / Consultant Louisville, Kentucky
Assigned to diverse industry clients to provide mid- to senior-level accounting services.
TWA INCJanuary 2001 to January 2002Accountant Louisville, Kentucky
Entered trial balances and ran test financial statements to verify format and data.
Loaded budget data for test and evaluation.
Ran closing reports and verified to trial balance.
BAKER COLLEGEFall 2012Bachelor of Business Administration (BS): AccountingAuburn Hills, Michigan
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIXFall 2014Master of Business Administration: AccountingSouthfield, Michigan