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Architecture.Engineer EL1

LLOYD W. FRANK
439/889-3621
lloydarch23@aol.com
25 Hamilton Heath #201
TampaFL 30389
Education
Master of Architecture, May 2010
Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
New York, NY

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, 2008
Princeton University, School of Architecture
Princeton, NJ
Certifications and Licenses
Licensed and Registered Architect in Florida • Member, Architectural Research Institute • AutoCAD Certified Professional
Employment
3/2009 - PresentAllbright Design and Construction Co.  Lutz, FL
Architectural Assistant
  • Performed residential design projects for high end homes in the Tampa Bay area. Won a Parade of Homes design competition for a master bedroom and bathroom combo.
  • Introduced modern building techniques to the company, leading to improvements in energy efficiency while decreasing the cost of materials by 2% for roofing and siding.
  • Taught draftspeople in the use of AutoCAD 2010 to create client presentations, resulting in at least 5 major design projects and new home sales.
Internship Experience
Summer, 2008Cannon Design Partners  Evanston, IL
Design Intern
  • Developed preliminary 3-D designs for commercial buildings, including University of Chicago Student Union and Chicago Public Library addition. Offered client an early walk-through, shortening turnaround to final design by several weeks.
  • Worked with project manager of a 40-story bank building that was running over budget. Identified source of 10% major cost overruns and recommended changes to stone veneer for internal common spaces. Came in on budget, earning a commendation by the client.
  • Assigned a small but rapid growth software client that required add-on space in the downtown Chicago area. Identified that renovating existing space could satisfy their needs for at least 18 months, while helping them to plan for a new building in 2012.
Professional Skills
  • Residential feasibility studies, design development, working drawings, site measurements, detailing and drafting
  • Commercial design development, schematic design, 3D renderings, DOB drawings, project planning
  • Steel fabrication and engineering
  • 3DMAX, AutoCAD R14, 2000 & 2010, Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark, InDesign, Microsoft Office Suite, Access
  • Contractor and sub-contractor coordination and inspection
 

Architecture.Engineer EL2

Peter Jordan
Seeking Internship Experience in Drafting and Mechanical Engineering
4422 Lucky Grove Lane
RaleighNC 28709
peterjor@brinet.com
828.555.7729
Professional Skills Profile
Engineering, Drafting & DesignProject Planning & Management
Mathematical & Statistical CalculationsFacilities Engineering & Maintenance
Customer/Account ProposalsGroup Presentations & Public Speaking
Computer Modeling & AnalysisSpecifications, Reporting & Documentation
Hydraulic & Pneumatic SystemsProcess Improvement & Optimization

Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PhotoShop and AutoCAD.
Education
North Carolina State University, Department of Engineering, Raleigh, NC
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, January 2012

Wake Technical Community College, Raleigh, NC
Associate of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Concentration in Drafting & Design), December 2009
Professional Experience
September 2008 - May 2009Plantech, INC.  Durham, NC
Assistant Detailer/Draftsperson
Served as member of 8-person product design and engineering team to design new automated conveyor systems and technologies and to enhance existing products, systems, and technologies. Prepared detailed assembly drawings for on-site production and created computer models from sketches and antiquated drawings.
January 2007 - August 2008Daley Conference Center  Raleigh, NC
Groundskeeper (April 2008 - August 2008)
Managed facilities and grounds and assisted the Superintendent in various duties. Contributed to the planning and on-site supervision of both new construction and renovation programs. Evaluated proposals and selected vendors for new systems installations (e.g., plumbing, heating, ventilation, fire suppression).

Outdoor Education Instructor (January 2007 - April 2008)
Designed and led outdoor education and mountaineering programs for children, teens, and adults. Focused programs on enhancing cooperation, communication, and leadership skills.
Activities And Interests
Minority Student Organization, Habitat for Humanity Trip to New Orleans, Business Skills Development Society
 

Architecture.Engineer MC1

Henry R. Fralinger, P.E.
henrype@co.darden.tx.us
281.555.0889
713.555.2977
20207 Ashley Drive
HoustonTX 77229
Professional Qualifications
  • 15+ years of increasingly responsible experience in Public Works & Civil Engineering Projects for the Darden County Government (Texas).

  • Outstanding skills in project design, engineering, cost estimating, scheduling and CPM. Skilled PC user.

  • Equally extensive experience in field project management and crew training/leadership.

  • Supervisory responsibility for up to 12 design, estimating, field and project management personnel.

  • Strong negotiations, communications and persuasion skills. Able to effectively communicate complex engineering concepts, plans and programs to non-technical personnel.

  • Excellent engineering qualifications across all core disciplines – civil, mechanical, environmental, hydraulic, sewage and geotechnical.

  • Professional Engineer – State of Texas – 1996 to Present
Professional Experience
Darden County GovernmentHumble, Texas
1988 to Present
Promoted through a series of increasingly responsible positions managing the design, permitting, documentation, quality and construction of infrastructure development, civil works and economic development projects for a major metropolitan county with more than 2 million residents.
Senior Engineer – Engineering Division (2004 to Present)
Direct the design, quality control, signing and sealing of construction drawings and project manuals for in-house design projects, including roads, drainage studies, parking facilities, detention systems and other civil works improvement projects for competitive bidding. Lead a team of five engineers responsible for complete project design and documentation.

  • Directed 10+ consulting engineering designed projects within first 10 months with a total investment of more than $8 million. Full responsibility for project scheduling, quality, cost, constructability and control.
Bond Project Engineer – Engineering Division(2001 to 2004)
Project Manager for major roadway improvements projects. Negotiated with consulting engineering firms for engineering fees, project schedule, quality control, constructability and engineering services (e.g., environmental, surveying, geotechnical, hydraulic).

  • Managed 25 major projects with a total investment of $40+ million. Delivered all projects on-time and within budget. Projects were all bid within 2% of all cost estimates.
Manager of Inspections – Permit Division(1990 to 2001)
Trained and directed a team of 7–15 inspectors responsible for field inspections and evaluations of various development projects throughout the County. Extensive documentation and regulatory reporting.
Manager of Enforcement – Permit Division(1988 to 1990)
Consulted with violators of County developmental regulations to bring them into compliance. Presented technical engineering information to County Attorney’s Office to support legal actions and civil litigation. In addition, filed complaints in the Justice of the Peace Courts for non-compliant sewage systems/operators.
Plan Checker – Permit Division(1988)
Reviewed drawings for compliance with approved drainage area maps and assessed utility work for right-of-way conflicts and compliance issues. Designed private sewage facilities in accordance with state regulations.
Houston, TexasTalbot Engineering Company 
Promoted through a series of increasingly responsible positions managing the design, permitting, documentation, quality and construction of infrastructure development, civil works and economic development projects for a major metropolitan county with more than 2 million residents.
Staff Engineer- Geotechnical Engineering Projects1987
Conducted field inspections to ensure compliance with project plans and client specifications, and on-site inspections of concrete batch manufacturing plants. Reviewed results of materials testing and advised clients of compliance or non-compliance with required specifications.
United States Army1982 to Present
Promoted through a series of increasingly responsible positions managing the design, permitting, documentation, quality and construction of infrastructure development, civil works and economic development projects for a major metropolitan county with more than 2 million residents.
Army Reserve Officer / Enlisted – U.S. Army Reserves(1987 to Present)
Rotated through a series of positions in Civil Engineering. Designed plans, coordinated CPM and project scheduling, allocated equipment and materials and oversaw field construction projects. Concurrently, taught surveying and materials testing (asphalt, concrete and soils).

  • Engineer Brigade Construction Engineer and Highway Engineer for the Operations Officer for the 420th Engineer Brigade. Responsible for design work, layout and area study for drainage system design for a multimillion-dollar expansion to the hospital at Fort Polk, Louisiana.
  • Company Commander for three years, responsible for training and readiness of a heavy construction company of approximately 160 personnel. Full supervisory and leadership accountability.
Officer – Active Duty – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers(1982 to 1987)
Designed and directed millions of dollars in construction projects at sites nationwide. Full responsibility for project staffing, materials, equipment, tasks, schedules and critical paths (CPM). Advised Assistant Division Commander on all engineering matters related to the remediation and clean-up of potential nuclear or chemical accidents. Supervisory responsibility for up to 17 personnel.

  • Appointed Project Officer for 21 building renovations (valued in excess of $75 million).
  • Designed trestle bridges and directed field construction.
  • Managed all design and construction for major renovation at Fort Ord, California.
Education
BS – Civil Engineering (Structures) – University of Wisconsin at Platteville – 1982

Graduate, U.S. Army Combined Arms Service School, 1997
Graduate, U.S. Army Engineer Officer Advanced Course, 1995
Graduate, U.S. Army Atomic Demolition Munitions Course, 1989
Graduate, U.S. Army Engineer Officer Basic Course, 1988
 

Business EL1

Doreen C. McDebit
4422 General Ledger Way
RaleighNC 27614
919 676 9047
donmcd@gmail2.com
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Master of Accountancy,
May 2010

University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Bachelor of Business Administration, September 2008
College of Business Administration
Major: Accounting
GPA: 3.63/4.00
Education
Dean's List 6 semesters
Gold Medal Champion, Toastmasters International of Nashville - Oratory Competition, March 2008
Member, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 2007 - Present
First place, free stroke in the Annual Swimming Contest, Nashville Natatorium
Honors and Awards
  • Managerial Accounting and Decision Making
  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Corporate Finance I, II and III
  • Advanced Corporate Income Tax
  • Microeconomics Theory and Applications
Related Coursework
Accounting InternMay 2008 - September 2009
Miami, FLAnderson, McBane and Rothchild, LLC
  • Assisted in the annual audit of a health-care consortium and identified a major posting error leading to the recovery of over $74,000 in federal tax credits
  • Created a workbook for newly hired interns that was shared with the other four offices. Commendation by managing partner of the firm.
  • Received "Intern of the Month" award in second month of employment.
  • Assisted in a variety of bookkeeping tasks to include payroll and accounts payable for a mid-sized manufacturing firm.
Experience
Passed first and second parts of CPA exam. Completion of CPA certification anticipated 2011
Licensed - Series 6 - NASD Registration 2009 (current)
Private Pilot's License, 2005
Certifications and Licensure
Outward Bound wilderness experience on Appalachian Trail • Competitive swimmer and diver • Bookkeeper for local non-profit food bank • Volunteer tax preparer for USF Alumni Association
Activities

Business EL2

ANGELA LEWIN
18355 Grosvener Circle
FlintMI 48195
303-555-5353
 angelalew@aol.com
CAREER OBJECTIVE
Professional Position in Corporate Accounting or Finance
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS PROFILE
One year of related work experience plus an internship in combination with strong academic training and credentials in:

  • Accounts Payable & Accounts Receivable
  • General Ledger & Cash Reconciliation
  • Credit & Collections Operations
  • Corporate Banking & Asset Leasing
  • Financial Analysis & Reporting
  • Economic & Demographic Analysis
  • Budget & Cost Analysis
  • Project & Team Leadership
EDUCATION
BS – Accounting & Economics, GPA – 3.89, June 2009
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Detroit, Michigan

Honors & Activities:
  • Member, Golden Key National Honor Society
  • Member, Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society
  • Dean’s List (6 semesters); President’s List (2 semesters)
  • President, Student Accounting Club (2 years)
EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE
Bookkeeping AssistantSeptember 2008 to Present
TCI TECH SOLUTIONS, INC.
Flint, Michigan
Part-time permanent staff position with one of the region’s fastest growing telecommunications companies. One of the first three employees hired into the Accounting and Finance Department that currently employs more than 25. Instrumental in creating accounting systems and procedures to support the company’s accelerated growth and nationwide expansion. Earned four promotions in three years.

  • Assisted the CFO with designing and automating the company’s accounting, financial reporting, cash management, banking and leasing systems.
  • Wrote and produced a 200-page accounting procedures manual.
  • Coordinated software upgrades and enhancements with internal IS staff.
Accounting InternSummer 2008
GRAYSTONE FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC.
Dearborn, Michigan
Full-time summer position with a financial and accounting services firm. Worked in cooperation with professional staff to prepare journal entries, maintain general ledgers, reconcile bank statements and prepare financial reports for clients in the transportation, telecommunications and hospitality industries.
Waitress/Hostess Summers 2006 to 2007
THE TOWNE MARKETPLACE
Flint, Michigan
Fast-paced customer service position in one of the area’s finest restaurants and resorts. Gained excellent experience in public relations, special events planning and cash handling/reconciliation.
 

Business EX1

GREGORY R. JORDAN, CPA
jorgangr@gmail.com
609.555.1272
609.555.6398
1229 Dutch Grove Circle
Cherry HillNJ 10382
CORPORATE ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & TAX
More than 15 years’ professional experience in the planning, administration and control of corporate accounting, finance and tax operations. Excellent analytical, negotiation, project management and customer relationship management skills. PC proficiency with Microsoft Office and specialized accounting and financial analysis/reporting software. Common-sense intelligence with expertise in:

Financial Planning, Research, Analysis & ReportingFederal & State Corporate Taxation
Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable & ReconciliationsRegulatory Compliance & Reporting
General Accounting & Month-End ReportingEarnings Analysis & Forecasting
Financial Modeling & Income/Expense ProjectionsInvestment Finance & Portfolio Analysis
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2001 to PresentGRAY, DAVISON & COMPANY  Philadelphia, PA
Managing Director, Research & Financial Analyst
Portfolio Accountant / Trader
Institutional Research & Sales Analyst


Joined Branch Cabell in 1998 as part of a 12-person financial investment team. Recruited to Jordan Aberson by former manager to spearhead the start-up of their internal investment, financial research and portfolio accounting functions. Again recruited in 2005 to Gray, Davison & Company by another former manager to orchestrate the start-up and subsequent management of their in-house research operation.

  • Acquired excellent experience on both the buy and sell sides of the retail and institutional financial investment industries. Particular knowledge of mutual fund and hedge fund products/portfolios.
  • Built and maintained strong working relationships with top executives of small- and mid-cap companies nationwide to evaluate their financial positions, discuss earnings forecasts and perform comprehensive research reports as per NASD regulations.
  • Provided the critical research, analytical and documentation support essential for the growth and expansion of each firm. Gray, Davison grew from launch to profit within first year; Jordan Aberson experienced 45% growth in a poor investment market.
1999 to 2001KRUGMAN CORPORATION  Philadelphia, PA
Tax Analyst
Joined Krugman Corporation, a Fortune 500 consumer paper and plastics goods manufacturer with 100+ operating locations and more than 20,000 employees worldwide.

  • Spearheaded a series of special projects to identify and capture opportunities to reduce corporate tax obligations throughout the company’s domestic operations.
  • Evaluated tax implications of proposed mergers and acquisitions, capital equipment expenditures, payroll processing, inventory management and other functions/actions with significant tax ramifications.
  • Consulted with business unit directors to provide tax expertise relative to plant operations, location selection, asset acquisition and divestiture and other general operating issues.
1998DEAN WITTER, INC.  Philadelphia, PA
Account Executive
Leveraged accounting and financial experience to enter the investment market and expand professional skills to include sales, marketing and new business development. Concentrated on acquisition of new customer accounts and sale of a diverse portfolio of security and mutual fund products. Provided clients with portfolio analysis and asset allocation strategies to limit risk exposure and maximize returns.
1997 to 1998NORTHERN SECURITY GROUP  Philadelphia, PA
Corporate Tax Manager
Managed corporate tax affairs for three Northern Security Group insurance companies. Coordinated preparation of quarterly and annual tax returns for both state and federal governments, as well as managing comprehensive tax research/analysis function. Liaised with government officials as necessary.

  • Delivered comprehensive financial and tax analyses, reports and recommendations to support corporate restructuring, merger and acquisition projects as the company expanded and diversified.
1992 to 1997UNION PACIFIC LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY  Washington, DC
Tax Manager (1994)
Tax Supervisor (1992 to 1994)
Financial Accounting Supervisor (1989 to 1992)

Fast-track promotion through a series of increasingly responsible corporate accounting and tax management positions with one of the nation’s only union-owned insurance companies.

  • Planned, staffed and managed daily tax operations for Union Labor Life and its 19 affiliated life and health insurance companies.
  • Managed a complex corporate tax compliance process to ensure full regulatory compliance and personally prepared the federal income tax return.
  • Directed a series of special tax research projects to identify areas to eliminate tax liabilities and annual obligations. Contributed to substantial annual cost savings.
  • Planned, staffed and supervised general accounting functions and managed financial analysis projects for senior management. Point person for annual external audits.
1990 to 1992AMERICAN PARTNERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY  Washington, DC
Staff Accountant
Excellent hands-on experience in the planning and coordination of critical accounting and financial records for one of the largest life insurance companies in the U.S. Acquired outstanding experience in virtually all facets of corporate accounting, analysis and financial reporting. Specialized in preparation of STAT and GAAP financial statements for both the parent corporation and its reinsurance subsidiary.
EDUCATION
M.S. – Taxation – Penn State University – 1992
B.S. – Finance – University of Virginia – 1990
 

Business MC1

KATRINKA LARSON
8785 Charlemont Road
BedfordVA 24556
Office: 804.555.4868
lrk2666@cornell.edu
Home: 804.555.6746
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
  • Inventory Control & Management
  • Sales & Sales Management
  • Purchasing & Vendor Relations
  • Customer Service Operations
  • Accounts Payable & Accounts Receivable
  • Office Management & Administration
  • Sales & Financial Reporting
  • Recruitment, Interviewing & Hiring
  • Efficiency & Productivity Improvement
  • Employee Training & Supervision

Excellent communication, organizational and project management skills.
PC proficient with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and QuickBooks Pro.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Business Manager2005 to Present
KDS POWER SERVICES, INC.
Lynchburg, Virginia
Independently manage all sales, customer service, general accounting, financial reporting, administrative, purchasing, inventory control and staffing functions for a privately owned
automotive service facility.
  • Instrumental in supporting the company’s rapid growth and expansion, including a 100% increase in revenues and profitability in the last four years.
  • Developed and implemented an entire administrative process and structure to professionalize the business, improve productivity and increase accountability.
  • Designed a more efficient and cost-effective parts ordering and inventory management system.
  • Automated manual accounting and financial analysis/reporting functions with Excel spreadsheets and other PC-based tools.
Business Manager2002 to 2005
KAYS CLEANING CONCEPTS
Lynchburg, Virginia
Launched entrepreneurial venture and established a successful commercial and residential cleaning service. Responsible for sales, new customer development and customer service. Coordinated scheduling, managed purchasing and inventory, and handled all accounting, billing, collection and banking functions.
Merchandiser1997 to 2002
McLANE SOUTHEAST
Athens, Georgia
Fast-paced position with a high-volume regional grocery distributor. Scope of responsibility was diverse and included customer service, order processing, customer complaint resolution and inventory planning/control. Promoted two times in four years based on strong communications, organizational and customer management skills.
Supervisor1994 to 1997
FAS MART, INC.
Mechanicsville, Virginia
Managed a 50-employee retail operation generating more than $6 million in annual sales revenues. Directed hiring, training and employee scheduling. Coordinated product ordering with more than 30 vendors, controlled and documented inventory flow, and managed in-store loss prevention. Fully responsible for sales, customer service, and sales reporting and reconciliations.
Store Manager 1990 to 1994
GULF OIL
Williamsburg, Virginia
Held responsibilities identical to those with Fas Mart, Inc., in this 15-employee operation. Managed during a period of significant growth in volume, customers and revenues.
EDUCATION
A.A. Degree in General Studies, Central Virginia Community College, 2007

A.A Degree in Marketing, Central Virginia Community College, 2000

Business Management Certificate, 1999

Certificate, National Association for Convenience Stores, 1997

Seminars in Sales, Communications, Time Management and POS Technology
VOLUNTEER WORK
Advisory Committee Member, John Wilson Scott Boys & Girls Home
 

Chronological

John S. Hughes
(607) 277-5332
 • jsh23@cornell.edu
OTHER ADDRESS
32 Lexington Avenue
RoanokeVA 23901
CURRENT ADDRESS
124 Catherine Street
IthacaNY 14850
Cornell University, College of Arts and Sciences, Ithaca, NY
Bachelor of Arts in History, May 2011
Cumulative G.P.A.: 3.46; Major G.P.A.: 3.65
Education
Dean’s List for 2 years • Cornell Tradition Fellow • Marine Corps League Scholarship • John G. Lynch Foundation Scholarship • Delaware Scholastic Press 1st Place Award for Satire • Named Outstanding Senior Athlete by Cornell Daily Sun
Honors/ Awards
Undergraduate Research AssistantSummer 2010
Associate Professor Eric Tagliacozzo, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Searched for and evaluated items pertinent to professor's work using microfiche, databases, Internet research, and other library resources. Proofread and corrected galleys of book, The Indonesian Reader: History, Culture, Politics.
Researcher and WriterSummer 2009
Pennsylvania Resources Council, Media, PA
Compiled comprehensive guide to recycled products for consumers and small businesses. Composed questionnaires sent to over 500 companies nationwide for product verification; designed database for storing information. Wrote and formatted final form of guide. Edited articles for PRC newsletter. Researched legislation on environmental issues; attended and reported on EPA conferences.
Associate Editor2009-2011
The Triple Helix, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Proofread and edited articles. Formatted magazine, named one of top two college journals in country.
Related Experience
Resident AdvisorAugust 2009-May 2011
Community Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Supervised 96 students in residence hall. Served as primary resource on campus policy and information. Counseled students having difficulty adjusting to college experience. Programmed social activities and information sessions for overall complex of more than 500 students.
Student InternSummer 2008
Adult Probation and Parole Services, Delaware County Courthouse, Media, PA
Supervised cases for over 50 clients by explaining rules of probation, maintaining monthly contacts, collecting court fees, and attending court proceedings. Implemented more orderly and efficient system for recording client contacts.
Other Experience
Software: Microsoft Word and Excel; Adobe Photoshop; SAS statistics package.
Programming: UNIX operating system.
Communication: Proficiency in Russian. Experienced peer counselor.
Additional Skills
Cornell University Men’s Basketball, Captain: Provided leadership to team for two seasons.

Cornell University Glee Club, Vice-President: Planned, coordinated, and supervised all Glee Club social activities, including events with alumni and other campus groups. Organized Club participation in campus intramural sports. Increased campus exposure of Club through informal performances and distribution of information and pamphlets.

DeWitt Middle School: Tutored sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students in reading, writing, mathematics, and history. Focused on developing good writing and analytical skills.
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