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W ILLIAM P AUTZ Phone: 920-982-4593 Alt: 920-659-9447 New London, WI 54961 firstname.lastname@example.org Summary Seeking a position to use education and work experience to provide accurate and reliable financial reporting, and decision support to increase profitability, and make process improvements Major Accomplishments A certified accounting and financial professional with over twenty years experience in cost management, general ledger reporting, fixed asset reporting, financial statement analysis, and financial modeling. Employment History WAREHOUSE SPECIALISTS August 2011 – April 2013 Cost Accountant Appleton, WI Developed customer pricing models for different commodities Analyzed customer data profile and suggest pricing solutions Compute standard labor cost with benefits by location and position. Compile temporary labor rates. Compute facility and corporate overhead rates, which support sales quoting and customer profitability reporting. Create customer profitability reports. Developed inventory turn reporting, which leads to more accurate customer pricing ROBERT HALF INC. April 2011 – August 2011 Temporary Accountant Appleton, WI Completed a temporary assignment of month end closing and statement analysis at Miller Electric, industrial welding division. WOLF RIVER LUMBER March 2003 – March 2011 Assistant Controller New London, WI Coordinated financial closing entries and financial statement analysis Reconciled balance sheet accounts at month end Created departmental operating budgets, developed standard costs Analyzed overhead variance at month end, applied vs. actual Responsible for fixed asset reporting Guided accounts payable and receivable clerk's tasks Filed sales and use tax returns Provided information to auditors at year end external audit, and quarterly, for working capital loan audit Helped management understand importance of cash flow reports and how to improve Developed a turn and earn report which show a product inventory turns and gross margin Participated on team looking at new computer systems by producing department process maps BIRDS EYE FOODS January 2001 – March 2003 Plant Accountant Green Bay, WI Responsible for plant financial reporting for Fairwater and Fond du lac, Wisconsin plants Guided plant operating budget and standard cost development Performed return on investment on proposed capital improvements Provided plant decision support Support audits of plant inventory and assets Created an internal audit program for plant STURM FOODS March 1985 – July 2000 Accountant Manawa, WI Performed monthly journal entries, account and cash reconciliation Analyzed departmental costs against budget Started formal cost accounting system with bills of materials Facilitated operating budget preparation and standard costing Supported sales quoting, which provided more accurate and profitable pricing Participated in process improvement team, which led to many productivity improvements. Participated on inventory turns team, which helped increase turns and free up working capital Created program to streamline inventory cycle counting process Guided accounts payable and receivable clerks when questions came up Education UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-OSHKOSH Bachelor of Science Communications Oshkosh, WI LAKELAND COLLEGE Bachelor of Arts Accounting Sheboygan, WI Certifications Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Certified Financial Manager (CFM) Dale Carnegie's leadership training
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