Timothy George Armstrong
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Taunton School, Somerset
O levels and A levels 1963-1968
Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Passed: Intermediate Examination 1970
Storm Selection Ltd, Milton Keynes – HGV driver recruitment 2009 - 2011
Company Accountant, reporting to Company Director and retained external Consultant. Responsibilities: all accounts functions, internet banking, currencies, payroll and PAYE/NI, VAT, HMRC on-line filing, preparation of management accounts, using Sage 50 Accounts and payroll software and Microsoft Office products. Also some IT work: networking, PC configuration, remote access. Accounts staff of 2. Part-time role – 3 days per week.
Melfont Limited, Stony Stratford – HGV Driver Recruitment 2007 - 2008
Accountant, reporting to Company Director. Responsibilities: all accounts functions, preparation of management accounts, using Sage 50 Accounts and Microsoft Office products. Accounts staff of 1 (part-time). Part-time role – 5 mornings per week.
Hero Electronics Ltd, Ampthill – electronics components distributor 1992 - 2006
Chief Accountant, reporting to Managing Director. Responsibilities: all accounts functions, electronic processing of sizeable volume and value of currency transactions, payroll and PAYE/NI, VAT, HMRC returns. And preparation of management and statutory accounts. Use of industry-bespoke software for accounts, Sage payroll software and Microsoft Office products. Also IT deployment. Accounts staff of 3.
Chemco limited, Amersham – distribution of graphic arts materials 1976 - 1991
Chief Accountant, reporting to Managing Director and Financial Director of immediate holding company. Responsibilities: all accounting functions, including implementation of new computerised systems (IBM AS/400 based) to control all accounting and stock control routines. Accounts staff of 3.
Josolyne, Layton Bennett, London – Chartered Accountants 1968 - 1976
Accountancy training including running practice's own accounts department. Client audits, Government costing investigations on MOD contracts.
I consider myself to be reliable, accurate and dependable, used to working to deadlines. I am also able to communicate at all levels, aware of the need for discretion when required. I originally acquired through accountancy and audit training the ability to investigate and resolve various accounts discrepancies.
Director and Treasurer of a Buckinghamshire rugby football club.
Own and maintain a narrowboat