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JEFFREY H PETERSEN Raytown, MO 64133 816-392-7122 email@example.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/jhpetersen/ SUMMARY Senior-level Financial Professional with expertise in Forecasting, Budgeting, Financial Analysis, and Reporting. Known as subject matter expert in Microsoft Office tools and financial report development. Demonstrated adaptability, creativity and self-reliance in diverse industries. An MBA with additional skills: Project Management Estimates to Complete Project & Production Metrics International Experience Inventory Control Staffing Levels Cost Analysis Capacity planning Providing Training PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE ATK (ALLIANT TECHSYTEMS INC.), Independence, MO 2008 - 2013 (Operating Contractor of the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant) Alliant Techsystems Inc. (ATK) is an aerospace, defense, and commercial products company that operates in 22 states, Puerto Rico, and internationally. Sr. Financial Analyst – 3D Award Winner Finance manager for the $200M annual .50 Cal Value Stream and $35M annual 20mm Value Stream. Given 3D Award by manager for work on successfully bid $120M government contract. Reduced forecasting variables from 200%+ to under 10% by implementing a new procedure which required changing firmly established practices. Led annual inventory of plant’s largest factory, creating and implementing new procedures to improve or replace existing methods. Complemented by upper management and many of the procedures were integrated plant wide the following year. Successfully streamlined 20mm program finances reducing time spent by 40%. Allowed expansion of my duties to include .50 Cal Program. Created monthly and annual project labor and expense reports that improved monthly variance reporting. Decreased budget preparation time by 30%. Streamlined and reworked Estimate to Complete (EAC) presentations so that they were better organized, easier to understand, and provided more in-depth analysis. Upper management requested content for additional use. Developed improved billing methods for intercompany use. New method later proved useful in settling billing conflict. Pioneered new communication format with Area Managers insuring their financial concerns were being met and that expectations of finance were being communicated. JEFFREY H. PETERSEN firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 816-392-7122 GE TRANSPORTATION Grain Valley, MO 2005 - 2008 The largest producer of diesel-electric locomotives in North America. It also produces related products, such as railroad signaling equipment, and parts for locomotives and railroad cars. Senior Project Cost Analyst (Contractor) Implemented a cost tracking method for the Tibet, China project that highlighted areas where expenses were exceeding budget. Worked with project manager to incorporate additional expenses into change orders resulting in savings to GE of several million dollars. Prepared and presented quarterly project presentations for Senior Management used internally and with the customer. Acquired additional responsibility for Edmonton, Canada project after successful management of China project. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF KANSAS CITY, Kansas City, MO 2001 – 2005 Technical Business Analyst – President’s Award Winner Designed and Implemented a Knowledge Transfer and a Business Requirement Data Base to capture problems encountered with the implementation of standardized check software platform. Documented solutions and lessons learned saving significant man-hours as software implanted to other branches. Awarded President’s Award for work with Knowledge Transfer Data Base. OTHER RELEVANT EXPERIENCE TRANS WORLD AIRLINES (TWA), Kansas City, MO Programmer – Airline Information Services Selected to become a programmer because of ability to understand how to put needed financial and statistical reports into code. Sr. Budget Analyst – Corporate Budgets & Statistics In charge of TWA’s corporate budget reporting system. Collected, analyzed and dispersed information to all levels of management. Consultant to TWA Department relocated from Kansas City to St. Louis. Re-hired by TWA as a consultant to set-up new department in St. Louis and to train the new staff. Financial Staff Analyst – Flight Profitability Analysis Researched, compiled, analyzed & presented recommendations to senior management for strengthening TWA’s position in international & domestic markets. Assumed additional responsibility for the $200 Million Flight Attendant Budget EDUCATION Master of Business Administration - University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK Bachelor of Science - Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City, OK Double Major: Business Management/Marketing
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