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Resume for Brian Webber

Brian D. Webber

141 Fairview Lane, Alexandria, NH 03222

(740) 258-0312 [email protected]

 

EDUCATION


Brigham Young University – Marriott School of Management                                                                                             Provo, UT    Bachelor of Science in Finance                                                                                                                                                      Apr 2016

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Minor in Psychology

 

EXPERIENCE

Robert Half /Accountemps                                                                                                                                                                           Salem, NH

Consultant – JP Morgan Chase Merchant Services                                                                                                                  Jun 2017 – Current

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Consult with 20-30 businesses each day for account balance inquiries and resolving equipment issues

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Scored 5/5 on every customer survey, earning the Outstanding Customer Satisfaction Certificate in August

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Promoted at 3 months to Technical Skill Specialist for Ingenico credit card machines

 

Wallace Building Products                                                                                                                                                                     Danbury, NH

Accounts Payable Clerk                                                                                                                                                             Dec 2016 – Mar 2017

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Input 50-100 invoices each week, showing attention to detail in a fast-pace environment

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Helped to save $1,000 each week in discounts by getting approvals and paying invoices on time

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Mastered accounting system with 3 days of formal training to pay expenses for the entire company

 

BYU Extramural Sports                                                                                                                                                                                Provo, UT

Marketing Intern - Men & Women’s Rugby                                                                                                                              Jan 2016 – Apr 2016

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Increased revenue of ticket sales by 89% by running weekly promotions before home games

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Organized 4 half-time shows for the Women’s home rugby games

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Worked as PA announcer for player introductions and game breaks

 

BYU Global Financial Advisors                                                                                                                                                 Provo, UT    Equity Research Intern                                                                                                                                                 Jan 2015 – Apr 2015

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Analyzed financial data using Bloomberg for firms in the health care industry

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Valued company financials for net-net, small-cap, and large-cap firms using Microsoft Excel

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Created three industry & company reports and developed an investment thesis & valuation recommendation for each

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Pitched three 10 minute presentations to GFA representatives and team leaders

 

Howard’s Hog Fund                                                                                                                                                            Zanesville, OH  

T-Bond Futures & Options Portfolio Intern                                                                                                                Apr 2013 – Apr 2014

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Managed futures and options in a $10,000 margin account

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Earned an average profit of 2.0% per month using a homemade risk allocation model

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Utilized Microsoft Excel to calculate risk for potential option spreads and recorded key data

 

VOLUNTEER SERVICE

Boy Scouts of America – Troop #303                                                                                                                                                 Plymouth, NH

Assistant Scoutmaster                                                                                                                                                                       Jul 2016 – Current

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Motivate 5+ teenagers to earn merit badges and complete rank advancement

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Planned & conducted Arrow of Light ceremony for troop in 2016

 

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints                                                                                                                          Santa Rosa, CA

Full-Time Volunteer Representative                                                                                                                                          Jan 2010 – Jan 2012

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Worked 80 hours a week for two years serving and teaching people

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Served as an Executive assistant for 6 months by conducting training meetings for 170-180 volunteers

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Managed a quota for driving miles in a fleet of 60 vehicles and collected weekly data in Excel for 180 volunteers  

 

SKILLS & INTERESTS

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Skills: Experience in MS Excel, Macros/VBA, Outlook, Access Sage 100 accounting system

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Interests: personal finance, reading, exercising, camping, hiking, coaching sports, teaching

 

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Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America

 

Ice Cream Social at Edward Jones in Westford, MA

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Highgate Global Webinar March 27th

You are invited to the following event:

Free Webinar: Finance for Non-financial Board Members

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Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:

Monday, March 27, 2017 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)

Joining Instructions:
join.freeconferencecall.com/highgateglobal
Dial-in Number: (641) 715-3580
Access Code: 986220

 

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FREE WEBINAR: 11am ET/8am PT March 27, 2017

What: A 60-minute FREE webinar that provides an introduction to finance for non-financial board members.

Who: Board members, committee members, volunteers and staff

What will you learn: The board or any nonprofit organization has the responsibility to make sure that the nonprofit (a) has the funds necessary to enact its mission and (b) spends those funds in pursuit of the mission. Therefore, having a basic understanding of the financial workings of a nonprofit organization is key. In this short webinar you will be introduced to key nonprofit financial terms and rules, understand how to read a nonprofit budget and what the Form 990 is and why it is important,

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HighgateGlobal

Finance Manager Wanted Andover MA area

Finance Manager

This position is the lead role for many of the financial activities of Company. The Finance Manager is an active member of the company headquarters team and to support all of these responsibilities the person in this position must have excellent communication skills and a proactive approach.

Primary Responsibilities 

 

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Cost proposal development for Federal Government solicitations – to include but not limited to, construction of all direct and indirect rate structures and Labor Rates

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Prepare financial analysis for contract negotiations

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Function as the lead for US Government audits by DCMA, DCAA, and other Federal Agencies

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Coordinate financial management functions

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Direct financing strategies, analysis, forecasting and budget management.

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Manage Relationship with the provider of corporate Line of Credit

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Annual Incurred Cost Submissions to DCMA/DCAA

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Pricing negotiations (cost reductions) with major vendors (Insurance, payroll providers, etc.)

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Familiar with all customer contract terms and conditions related to finance

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Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal budgetary reporting requirements

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Assist with the preparation of financial reports

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Assist with the preparation of financial outlooks and financial forecasts

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Coordinate financial audits and provide recommendations for procedural improvements

The successful candidate will provide coordination of company financial planning, debt financing, and budget management functions and ensure company accounting procedures and reporting conform to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) as well as DCAA and DCMA requirements.

Knowledge and Skill Requirements

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Bachelors Degree in Finance, Accounting or Business with strong Accounting/Finance experience

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5 to 7 years’ experience in a mid-level finance or accounting position, preferable with a Federal Contractor

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Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

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Knowledge of automated financial and accounting reporting systems.

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Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements and projections

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Working knowledge of short and long term budgeting and forecasting, budgets, and profitability analysis.

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Must have prior experience generating Federal Government price proposals.

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Must be familiar with Federal Government contracting and FAR/DFAR requirements.

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Must be familiar with and ready to support financial audits by DCMA, DCAA, and other Federal agencies

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Must be very fluent in the use of Microsoft Excel and working knowledge of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint

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US Military Veteran preferred but not required

 

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Calling all Teens between 15-21 years old! Money Talks!

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Money Talks teaches real-world, personal finance skills to teens with hands-on activities. Teens will have the opportunity to envision their personal money goal and create steps to reach their goal. Learning will include basics to banking, the importance of good credit and knowing the difference between needs and wants. We aim to help participants learn that making the correct financial decisions today will create a better future for tomorrow.

Teens will meet for three half-days and to learn about the following topics:

Day 1: Vision, Values, Goal Setting, and Choosing the Right Career

Day 2: Saving/Spending/Investment Planning, Credit, Basic Banking

Day 3: Reality Fair

The Reality Fair will be an interactive activity where teens have the opportunity to put into practice the knowledge they gained during the past two days by making the best money decisions for themselves based on their career, salary, credit score, number of children, etc.

Dates: August 4th, 5th and 6th, 2014 Time: 9 AM- 12:00 PM

Location: Morey Elementary School-114 Pine St-Lowell, MA 01851

YOU MUST REGISTER- contact Gladys Santiago at 978-654-5673 or email [email protected]

This is a FREE event offering a continental breakfast from 8:30-9:00AM and light lunch at noon

PLUS lots of FUN RAFFLE items

A special thanks to all of our partners for helping to make Money Talks a great success: