I worked as a consultant in Finance at Envision on a part-time basis. The workplace culture was slow paced September through mid April, but heated up considerably as the busy season began in May. My day began with clearing the Accounts Payable e-mail box, responding to e-mail queries and requests, and printing all the attached invoices for processing. I interfaced with Departments daily, fielding requests or answering questions, but the bulk of my daily routine involved reviewing, coding, processing and posting invoices to the AP module of the General ledger system. I witnessed some turnover in management in the Finance group, so as a temporary part-time employee, I found it difficult to sustain the desire to remain with the company after my contract ended. The hardest part of my job was getting required approval for bills from some Department Heads. I, however, enjoyed working with my co-workers. I was able to assist them with accounting processes on may occasions, because of my extensive accounting and fixed assets background. and they were able to provide the institutional knowledge I lacked.