Places Where Iíve Worked

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF EMPLOYMENT

START

END

EMPLOYER NAME

# SUPERVISED

01-21-1976

PRESENT

Pangnostics Systems

43

12-27-1978

09-16-2001

Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer

17

09-24-1973

05-31-1990

City and County of Denver

105

09-15-1969

09-23-1973

Colorado Commission on Higher Education

9

 

DUTIES

1.0

With minimal (and generally, no) administrative direction, support, and supervision your applicant expertly and with no error (other than the most negligible, inconsequential or trivial) can direct, manage, supervise, exercise, and perform:

   

1.1

the determination and appropriate application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), procedures, theories, and methods to the financial and related operations of an enterprise

   

1.2

appraisals and conduct independent reviews of appraisals made by staff, government agencies (federal, state and local) or independent fee appraisers and assure that a competent and fair estimate of value has been developed

   

1.3

the function of executive level business manager for multiple funds, organizations, programs, projects and operations

   

1.4

the highest executive level of responsibility (crossing divisional and organizational lines and affecting major aspects of the activities and functions of every such unit) for long range, broad based program(s) areas, where such responsibility necessarily requires a high degree of independent prerogative, personal discretion and freedom of movement

   

1.5

the most advanced professional and technical work associated with bridging the requirements of a user problem with the capabilities of an information system

   

1.6

creation and management of data base systems; maintaining the data dictionary(-ies) and repository(-ies) while providing technical expertise in application development within the data base environment; managing a multi-user data base environment to provide sharing and control of information enterprise-wide

2.0

Competently execute the duties and responsibilities of a judicially admitted and qualified expert witness in proceedings before:

   

2.1

United States Supreme Court

   

2.2

federal and state Courts of Appeal

   

2.3

federal, state, and local District Courts (and equivalents)

   

2.4

Internal Revenue Service and Federal Tax Courts

   

2.5

state and local Boards of Equalization and Boards of Assessment Appeals

   

2.6

Immigration and Naturalization Service

   

2.7

MANY OTHERS

3.0

Design, implement, control, and manage Information Technologies, e.g.:

   

3.1

extensible multi-tier Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and accounting database systems

   

3.2

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database systems

   

3.3

Internet and related types of "new media"

   

3.4

MANY OTHERS

4.0

Instigate, initiate, plan, perform, supervise, monitor, and evaluate highly responsible and complex administrative and analytical studies (encompassing and utilizing the principles and techniques of financial analysis, feasibility analysis, sensitivity analysis and testing, and operations research) involving the financial performance, operations, and information technologies requirements of the full gamut of industrial, commercial, agricultural, governmental, and non-profit accounting classes.

5.0

Direct, manage, supervise, and perform the auditing, analysis, and evaluation of:

   

5.1

enterprise missions, goals and objectives

   

5.2

program efficiency and effectiveness

   

5.3

conformance with Best Management Practices (BMP)

6.0

Recommend, implement, monitor, and evaluate improvements in enterprise internal control systems and procedures.

7.0

Exercise primary and executive level responsibility for managing, controlling, budgeting, allotting, supervising and planning.

8.0

Successfully navigate and resolve conflicts arising from competing or conflicting interests:

   

8.1

internal to the enterprise (such as budgeting and allotting scarce resources like personnel, furnishings, and equipment)

   

8.2

external to it (such as various state or local legislative and executive agencies, and federal agencies exercising prerogatives related to the financial affairs of the enterprise

9.0

Exercise clear-cut and ultimate responsibility for assuring that the enterprise is in compliance with its own charter, general laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations related to the management and operations of the enterprise.

10.0

Exercise special expertise in the application of the maze of laws and regulations (growing in number every day) relating to the financial responsibilities of the enterprise.

11.0

Demonstrate a formidable knowledge and understanding of the roles and relationships of enterprise stakeholders.

12.0

Exercise problem solving, facilitative, and communication skills:

   

12.1

bring competing interests to happy and timely resolution

   

12.2

explain, advocate, synthesize and express facts and ideas in a convincing manner

   

12.3

negotiate with individuals and groups, internally and externally

13.0

Provide employees with leadership, supervision, and oversight with a view to attaining the enterprise mission and excellent customer satisfaction.

14.0

Design, implement, integrate, monitor, and evaluate strategies that maximize employee potential and foster high work standards.

15.0

Know in what circumstances it is, and is not, appropriate to share oversight and leadership responsibilities for the integration of functions to achieve the enterprise mission.