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Eric ONeillEmail: ericjoneill@hotmail.comPhone: (240) 285-8016

American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association, Washington, DC 10/2000 to 10/2016Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Responsible for all financial matters including: Payroll, Accounts Receivable, Collections, Accounts Payable, General Ledger Reconciliation, Banking functions, and compilation and tracking of $7M annual budget, manage process for tax returns, issuance of 1099s and all aspects of the annual audit, prepare financial section of the annual report Was one of a team responsible for increasing revenue 3.5 times over 16 year period Responsible for oversight of Human Resources; Manage insurance policies (health/dental/vision/life), Administer 401(k) plan, manage annual corporate insurance renewals, co-authored employee handbook and trained new hires on employee benefits and code of conduct, write and implement fiscal policies Member of Senior Staff: Brief the President, Finance & Administration Committee and other members of the Senior Staff monthly on financial position of the Association (Cash, Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Aged Receivables/Collections); identify potential gaps in the budget and work with other senior staff members to fill the gaps. Construct and present Year End Projection of budget versus actuals with following years proposed budget to Board of Directors My improvements helped staff get reimbursement for out of pocket expenses more timely and vendors to get paid more quickly Improved image of the company by bringing a sense of professionalism that had been previously lacking Had a positive effect on morale and was able to balance stress with humor Was the ultimate team player even to the point that my former employer has still not taken away my access to their server or email account and continues to receive my assistance on an as-needed basisAccountants on Call; Vienna, VA/Friends Financial & Accounting; Washington, DCTemporary employee, 1999 2000 Performed various accounting and financial analyst functions, such as G/L account and bank reconciliations and account analyses on a temporary basis for clients of employment agencies

As a temporary employee provided by Accountants on Call, served as Accounting Manager for Business Management Research Associates in Fairfax, VA from December 1999 through June 2000, and performed the following functions:

Performed all Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and Payroll functions Through process reengineering, assisted the Business Director in revising the companys policies and procedures, and reorganizing the entire company structure and how the firm does business, with both internal and external customers alike Assisted with contract proposals by providing input for and critiquing of presentations Had much success in getting cooperation from employees and contractors to adhere to new company policies and procedures, even though it meant large adjustments for some individuals Audited financial records to determine accuracy and completeness, and saved the firm in the thousands of dollars by correcting overpayments and under-billings from the recent past

HATtech, Inc.; Chantilly, VAInventory Accountant, 1998 1999 Worked directly with CFO and Director of Finance on implementation of Solomon IV Bill of Materials module, which became functional in March 1999, all while attending school full-time Was responsible for mapping out new processes for financial operations and developing new policies and procedures Conducted interviews and meetings to determine financial input and required output Performed beta testing to ensure expected results Customized Inventory reports to fit user needs Trained employees across the company to use Solomon IV n-Vision, Inc.; McLean, VAInventory Manager (temporary employee through Account Temps), 1997 1998 Reported inventory valuations to the controller for submission to the SEC Completed all inventory transactions through Solomon IV, including construction and maintenance of bills of material to account for all parts, labor, fringe, and overhead allocations for each product in the product line Completed production entries in Solomon IV once units were shipped Successfully streamlined the production process by convincing the production staff to keep a weekly production log, enabling the company to accurately capture all production costs within the same week in which the costs were actually incurred Assisted the staff accountant by performing various accounts receivable and accounts payable functions


Strayer University, Washington, DC; Bachelor of Science, Business Administration - 3.94 GPA, June 1999 Financed 100 percent of education while working and attending school full-time

Computer Skills: Oracle, Sage 100, Solomon IV, Great Plains, SBT, Peachtree, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPointOther Volunteer youth league basketball coach/referee/baseball coach Family Builders Ministries Treasurer and Member Board of Directors


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