Thomas C. Martin
To obtain a position with the goal of making a positive and tangible impact on the
Extensive experience in full cycle accounts payable, supervision (up to twenty four direct reports), administration, and customer service along with familiarity with most common software packages has provided me the knowledge and background necessary to be an asset to any company.
Digitel Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia
Accounts Payable Manager, 2000-2008
• Manage the daily functions of high volume A/P department for telecommunications company.
• Supervise one full time A/P clerk in daily invoicing.
• Carry out three way matching and processing of invoices.
• Responsible for accurate maintenance of vendor files.
• Actively seek out and apply new concepts to improve processes.
• Effectively work with personnel at seven regional branches.
• Develop close working relationship with all corporate vendors.
• Investigate and balance A/P accounts.
• Review and analysis of A/P aging reports.
• Reconcile monthly vendor statements.
• Consistently exhibit advanced verbal and written communication skills.
• Generate and distribute vendor checks and employee expense checks.
• Daily interaction with purchasing department to ensure accuracy.
• Process payments for fixed assets in accordance with corporate guidelines.
• Manage Positive Pay to eliminate check fraud.
• Establish rapport with all corporate, operations, and sales personnel.
• Continuously train and coach employees to ensure quality of work.
• Coordinated A/P involvement during software system conversion.
• Organize and simplify operations for maximum efficiency.
• Prepare A/P month end processing including accruals and journal entries.
• Assist CFO and outside auditors during yearly financial audit.
• Issue annual 1099’s when required.
LABS, Inc., Doraville, Georgia
Accounts Payable Manager, 1998-2000
• Managed high volume A/P department for indoor plant wholesaler.
• Supervised three full time A/P clerks in daily invoicing.
• Contacted suppliers on a daily basis to solve problems and ensure good vendor relations.
• Generate and distribute vendor checks during twice weekly check runs.
• Negotiated payment terms in order to obtain discounts for early payment.
• Organized department to accommodate growth in sales from fourteen to over twenty million dollars in one year.
Personal Computer Services, Monroe, Georgia
Professional Career Development Institute, Norcross, Georgia
Education Office Manager, 1994-1996
Omni Business Products, Norcross, Georgia
Operations Manager, 1992-1994
Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio