Location Manager (Former Employee) – Glennallen, AK – August 17, 2015
I learned a lot about corporate structure and what it takes to develop employees. The people I reported to were helpful and encouraging. The only downside was trying to cope with very cold temperatures in Alaska and being in a small community.
Fast pace operation tempo to support the financial needs with limited resources. The budget was created and adhered to during the fiscal year. Due to positions being one deep, supervisory challenges were faced when employees were out of the office for weeks at a time.
Caring and supportive staff that cared for their clients
Office Administrator (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 15, 2015
Typical day included reviewing incoming resumes and interviews, account management, reviewing corporate policy and procedure to ensure office staff compliance, reviewing pay raising, competitor inquiry and customer service and website upkeep
Active member (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – March 28, 2015
It taught me a lot about professionalism and finance. I learned to network and to present myself in a proper manner. I attended the meetings networked and socialized. We learned about how to jumpstart our careers.
Budget Analyst (Current Employee) – Robins AFB, GA – September 11, 2013
Administrative Services and Financial Manager Accomplished leader and manager, able to take charge and direct staff in stressful situations while maintaining composure; Effective communicator, skilled in working effectively with individuals of all organizational levels in courteous, tactful manner; Ability to analyze, learns, and implements complex rules and regulations and makes prompt decisions; Currently looking for a new direction and challenge, seeking to continue use of my professional background in a new area, excited about the challenges, possibilities and contributions to new organizations with the opportunity for advancing based on performance.
VP of Social Events (Former Employee) – Austin, Tx – May 25, 2013
A typical day was fast paced. Had to pay attention to detail and make sure you didn't type any numbers wrong or else you would be out of balanced. The faster you got done, the faster you were able to go home.
Student Temporary Employment Program (Former Employee) – Hyattsville, MD – February 25, 2013
• General clerical duties include answering phones, sorting/prioritizing email, filing, photocopying, shredding, etc. • Prepared and organized files for storage and archival based on records management policies. • Created MS Powerpoint presentations as requested. • Developed a tracking spreadsheet for blackberry serial and model numbers • Removed SIM chips from blackberry’s and ensured they were disposed of based on FMS security policies • Worked with facility and space blueprints; documenting personnel and position locations • Assisted in office personnel special event planning
Western Washington University Chapter Member (Former Employee) – Bellingham, WA – September 5, 2012
I analyzed the companys income statement and balance sheets to help determine whether this stock was over or under valued in my case studies class. It was interesting to see the companys goals and how well they had been doing despite what the market had them valued at.
This job is one man deep. Research and track milliions of dollars in a weapon systems program. My supervisor is great and a very knowlegable person in the job and outside of it. My co-workers are very careing people and look out for one another. The hardest part of the jobs is when you have to research on money that you can't fine what happen to it, However simultaneousl,y it's the most enjoyable part of the job too.
Vice President Membership (Former Employee) – Orlando, Fl – May 14, 2012
I loved being a part of this international club. I met so many different people while traveling for the finance conferences in Chicago and New York. I enjoyed meeting new club members and telling them all about our club and what benefits we had to offer.