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Accounting Manager

Location:
San Jose, CA
Posted:
October 14, 2018

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CARMELITA G. OMRAN

*** ********** *****, #***

Santa Clara, CA 95051

510-***-****

ac7dkn@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

DBA. (ABD) Doctoral Candidate – Walden University – Graduation 2019

M.B.A. Major Finance and Management – University of Phoenix, Sacramento, California, 2004

B.S. Major: Business Administration - University of San Carlos, Philippines

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

DISTRICT BOND ACCOUNTANT

San Jose Evergreen Community College District – San Jose, California June 2018 – September 2018

Coordinate and liaison with the District Office, College departments, State agencies, consulting professionals and construction firms. Oversees bond funded construction projects, construction activities related to the release of payments and funds. Work closely with staff and administrators on the review, prioritization and implementation of the District’s standards. Assist in the preparation of updates of projects, construction budgets, cost estimates and forecast of additional funds for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies. Coordinate the work of the bond construction program and construction management consultants. Communicate with college and district constituent groups for a smooth project implementation. Reviews and approves bond construction related timesheets, invoices and other expenses.

COST CONTROLLER

Westfield Corporation – San Jose, California August 2016 – August 2017

Responsible for the reporting, forecasting and budgeting, payments, and job costing of the 3-year, $1.5 Billion expansion mall project in San Jose. Considered as part of the Construction team. Review general conditions to ensure overhead cost, insurance cost was reflected properly and accurately booked and drawn down to the projects assigned. Serviced the construction site with processing change orders, pars, contracts and purchase orders and timely entry into the system. Process cost events to reflect potential exposures, PARs, Buyout Savings, allowance usage and BOB set-asides. Monthly construction financial summary report to the corporate office. Tracked and accounted PAR activities. Assisted in the preparation of requested contractor audits when appropriate.

CONTROLLER

Champion Telecom – Fremont, California April 2016 –June 2016

Accountable for the accounting operations of the company, to include the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk. Enhanced the accuracy of the company’s reported financial results and ensure that reported results comply with GAAP. Assisted the CFO in maintaining company’s cash management and risk management. Established and maintained internal controls and processes. Ensured that accounts payable are paid in timely manner, reasonable discounts are taken in A/P, accounts receivable are collected promptly, process payroll are done in timely manner, periodic bank reconciliations are completed, month-end journal entries on accruals and reclassification of relevant accounts.

ACCOUNTING MANAGER

International Technological University – San Jose, California April 2015 – April 2016

Supervised accounts receivable and accounts payable staff to meet daily accounting operational objectives. Prepared all the monthly bank reconciliations and necessary journal entries. Maintained accounting controls by establishing and maintaining chart of accounts and defining accounting policies and procedures. Guided other departments by researching and interpreting accounting policy and recommendations to operational issues. Maintained financial security by establishing internal controls. Projected organization’s value by keeping information confidential. Accomplished accounting and organization mission by completing related results as needed.

CORPORATE CONTROLLER

WSD Corporation – Stockton, California October 2007 – November 2008

Officer in-charge of all accounting and finance divisions for a multi-million company, which included 12 facilities nationwide. Provided financial and advise to the Vice President and President of the company. Prepared and maintain all financial records. Produced financial statements, budgets, and annual forecasts. Supervised accounting and finance staff. Coordinated transactions reporting of all branches to improve collection and billing. Coordinated communication with primary lender. Assisted in the management of various functions related to the company’s financial controls. Reviewed and coordinated valuation of company’s inventories. Coordinated activities with external auditors to assure timely and economical review of financial data. Supervised and directed most hiring, performance evaluations, salary administration, and other personnel relation functions.

CORPORATE CONTROLLER May 2003 – May 2006

Camanche Recreation Company – Ione, California

Provided guidance and direction to General Manager in all areas of fiscal management.

Provided management with full range of fiscal services and management tools. Developed, created, implemented, and maintained procedural and accounting manuals. Hired, trained, coached, and supervised reservation system users and reservation agents. Performed internal control audits and ensured operational compliance. Created and provided ongoing efficiency improvement for increase in revenue and profit growth. Achieved financial objectives by forecasting requirements, preparing budget, scheduling expenditures, analyzing variances, staying within budget, and initiating corrective action. Led company into e-automation of its current business by introducing computerized accounting process and e-reservation.

ACCOUNTING MANAGER August 2000 – April 2003

P-Com, Inc, Campbell, California

Managed full-cycle accounting for a multi-million dollar publicly traded telecommunications manufacturing company. Supervised monthly closing on general ledger accounts, journal entries, reconciliations, and accruals. Established, implemented, and maintained internal audit controls, accounting policies and procedures, ensured accounting, and operational compliance. Worked closely with external auditors from PricewaterhouseCoopers. Supervised the monthly, quarterly, and year-end reconciliation process. Prepared weekly, monthly, and quarterly cash flow, variance analysis, forecasts, and budgets.

Hired, led, trained, coached and mentored employees to ensure effective and efficient team processes.

Implemented strict adherence to policies and procedures on expense reporting of employees.

ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR September 1999 – August 2000

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, San Jose, California

Supervised staff on the daily functions of accounting, which included accounts payable, accounts receivables, foreign office accounts, payment reconciliations, vendor issues, and other accounting related matters. Supervised staff in the daily functions of finance associated with engagement management and all other finance related activities. Assisted and advised practice partners and staff in the organization, processing, and resolution of questions related to PwC financial processes. Performed risk analysis and measured profitability of client engagements and projects. A ready resource and expert in the Firm’s current and future engagement information management systems and provided accurate and reliable financial data and analysis. Established, developed, and monitored client engagement records and engagement economics. Provided weekly classroom training to new hires in the proper use of Firm’s time and expense reports, accounting policies and procedures, and filing and submission of claims.

FINANCIAL ANALYST August 1996 – September 1999

KPMG LLP, Mountain View, California

Resource and expert in the firm’s current and future engagement information management systems.

Relieved the Partner of administrative functions associated with engagement information management and provided a ready resource for financial data and analysis. Performed risk analysis and measured profitability of client engagements. Supervised engagement coordinators and administrative personnel as needed. Monitored inventory levels, prepared and issued invoices, and oversee the collection of accounts. Provided weekly classroom training to new hires in the proper use of the Firm’s time and expense reports, accounting policies and procedures, and filing and submission of claims.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS INSTRUCTOR (ADJUNCT)

International Technological University – San Jose, California January 2011 – Present

Provide classroom and online instruction to graduate students in all levels accounting and other business

courses. Create and design course curriculum, course syllabus, course rubrics, and project rubrics. Prepare and present lecture and laboratory instruction, evaluate students’ performance and engaged in the study of general business and accounting, prepare the syllabus, participate in shared governance and other activities in support of the instructional program. Review and select textbooks appropriate for each course and further evaluate textbooks for costs, readability, and to stay current in the field. Develop supplemental

materials for use in the classroom and laboratory.

ACCOUNTING INSTRUCTOR (ADJUNCT)

Eastern Gateway Community College April 2018 - Present

Provide online instruction to undergraduate students in all levels accounting courses. Create and

Design course curriculum, course syllabus, course rubrics, and project rubrics. Prepare and present online lecture sand laboratory instruction, evaluate students’ performance and engaged in the study of accounting, prepare the syllabus, participate in shared governance and other activities in support of the instructional program. Review and select textbooks appropriate for each course and further evaluate textbooks for costs, readability, and to stay current in the field. Develop supplemental materials for use in the online instruction and laboratory.

ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS INSTRUCTOR (ADJUNCT)

University of Phoenix – Sacramento, California May 2007 – June 2014

Provided classroom and online instruction to undergrad and graduate students in beginning, intermediate and advanced accounting courses and other business administration courses in the graduate and undergraduate level. Prepared and presented lecture and laboratory instruction, evaluate students’ performance and engaged in the study of general business and accounting, prepared syllabus, participated in shared governance and other activities in support of the instructional program.

ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS INSTRUCTOR

ITT-Technical Institute – Lathrop, California January 2006 – November 2008

Provided classroom instruction to college students in beginning, intermediate and advanced accounting

courses and other business administration courses.

ACCOUNTING INSTRUCTOR

Heald College – Stockton, California May 2004 – April 2006

Provided classroom instruction to college students in beginning, intermediate and advanced accounting

courses.

COMPUTER SKILLS

Proficiency with all Microsoft Windows applications.

JD Edwards Construction Program Management

Proaliance and Textura

Working knowledge with Quickbooks, Peoplesoft, Oracle Financials, Minx (Unix), Digital Rez, Lexis/Nexis, and Proliance

Adaptability and quick learner on new programs and applications

OTHER

Yearly lecture at two universities in Cebu City and Bohol, Philippines.

PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

A well-evolved sense of proprietary and confidentiality in business and personal matters.

Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Readiness to tackle any problems at a second’s notice and follow through to resolution.

Well-developed interpersonal skills and excellent client/customer service attitude.

Detail, tasks, and goal oriented.

Proactively pursue objectives and multi-task effectively.



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