- Learning about people's childhoods.
- Reading non fiction.
- Thrift store shopping.
I'd like to work in a creative environment helping owners and managers navigate HR challenges. My ideal fit would be a small to medium sized business where I can contribute heavily. I'd love to work for someone I admire who can teach me what I need to know to help them make their business more successful.
·Processed invoices for payment, which entailed tracking purchase orders, general ledger coding, accurate
data entry & weekly check runs.
·Distributed & oversaw cashier banks, conducting audits to ensure accuracy in cash handling procedures.
·Managed a cash safe of $10,000.00, which included dispersing petty cash & placing change orders.
·Prepared daily deposits & reconciled all daily cash transactions.
·Reviewed statements & communicated effectively with vendors to expedite payments.
·Provided excellent customer service to both hotel guests & vendors.
·Assisted department heads with monthly budget management & cost control issues.
·Conducted monthly food & liquor inventories including cost of sales analysis.
·Oversaw staff meetings regarding cash handling procedures.
·Researched & resolved guest billing issues quickly.
·Reconciled accounts to assure proper revenue posting including sales & use tax.
·Created weekly reminders for front desk team to help with any accounting obstacles.
·Initiated employee fitness program & recycling program.
·Handled administrative duties, including ordering supplies, scheduling office meetings, organizing & filing.
Currently I am a couple of classes away from junior status and being able to transfer to Portland State University's School of Business Administration.
This was a fabulous program taught by knowledgeable business professionals. The program was geared towards adults already in the work force. It was practical curriculum that I used often as HR Director. I studied topics such as project management, writing effective performance appraisals, employment law, motivating without money and how to spur organizational change.