Plant City, FL
To secure a management, directorship or training position utilizing strong organizational, problem solving and interpersonal skills to facilitate a team environment and a high productive staff. Strong background in finance, management and interpersonal relationships.
Auxiliary Services Officer
2007 to Present (9 years, 8 months)
A Community College emphasizing undergraduate programs at 6 locations in Hillsborough County.
Auxiliary Services Officer: Ensure a student-centered approach to administrative/business operations for multiple auxiliary/retail outlets on five campuses. Responsible for the management and oversight of the College's revenue and non-revenue generating auxiliary services which include; the campus card program, contracted dining services and vending operations, bookstores, mailroom, printing and copying services, and central stores/warehouse. Provide leadership and strategic planning, maintain and evaluate policies and procedures, manage contracts as they pertain to auxiliary services, strive for excellence in service, communicate with current and potential vendors, collaborate with students, faculty, and staff, review, manage, and recommend budgets, develop and implement strategic plans, benchmark to improve services, oversee marketing and communications, support sustainability and optimize revenue. Supervise four staff members and the contracted food services operations director and evaluate and qualify unit operations through data collection and reports.
Financial Services Manager: Oversee all aspects of the Accounts Payable Department, including vendor payments; travel payments, policies and procedures, agreements for service, rents and utilities, in excess of $30 million annually and student refunds; through credit card a check processes all while following State and College regulations.
Administrative Director/ Business Manager
2006 to 2007 (1 year)
An International University based in English featuring undergraduate and graduate programs at 8 campuses in 6 countries focusing primarily in business and hospitality degrees.
Administrative Director/ Business Manager: Responsibilities included working directly with the
President to oversee 10 Campuses; 8 Universities and 2 High Schools in 6 Countries. Duties included Global Financial Management; oversee all construction and real estate transactions, Director of Curriculum Practical Training Program, Director of Executive MBA Program, Director of Housing, and Facilities Manager. Accomplishments include University/Corporate relocation; including renovation project working with Largo City Officials, General Contractor, Architects and Sub-Contractors to facilitate move in less than 90 Days.
2005 to 2006 (1 year)
Oversee all aspects of Corporate Relocation and facilitated moving 50 employees to a newly constructed office. Responsibilities included human resources, new employee training, updating office policies and procedures, negotiated and maintained office leases for exterior as well as interior contents and supplies.
2001 to 2005 (4 years)
A full service real estate company offering relocation packages to over 70 major metropolitan areas in 14 states.
Controller: Duties include human resources, A/P, A/R, payroll and employee supervision. Management and vendor negotiations involving accounts payable exceeding $3.5 million annually and annual accounts receivable of over $5 million. Responsible for processing payroll and commissions, as well as hands on management of human resources for 8 offices involving 98 employees. Accomplishments include extensive experience in resolving employee disputes, mediating employee/management disagreements, restructuring of corporate debt and resolution of vendor disputes.
1988 to 2001 (13 years)
Supervised as Team Leader for grade level. Recruited, trained and developed football,
wrestling and track teams as Head Coach. Implemented innovative Mathematics Programs that increased student test scores. Evaluated and recommended new texts and software of educational publishers.
MS in Educational Leadership
BS in Mathematics Education
AA in Business Administration
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook), Internet, Quick Books Pro, and various company customized programs. Experienced using both PC and MAC computers.