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Bill Thauer (CapeWorks WRT) - Freelance Graphic Design, Package Design, Branding, Logo Design, & Product Photography
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4.9
12 Skills
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PRINT GURU FOR RENT. Branding & marketing communications SOLUTIONS. DECADES of experience. Award-winning CREATIVITY. Contact Bill: 508-737-7725 or capewrt@mac.com Now you're wondering… "7 Seas"?… "Cape Cod Creativity: Considered Concepts, Capably Crafted" will solve your presentation, communications, or marketing dilemmas. Our very unique perspective adds a dimension to design solutions...
Tri-state area, New Jersey, United States
Steven A Williams - Freelance Direct Marketing & Script Writing
0
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4.5
2 Skills
$50
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Creative Director Insurance Selling Systems, LLC August 2005 - February 2013 At Insurance Selling Systems, I was responsible for creating and maintaining all aspects of marketing and lead generation. My duties (as well as skill set) included: ? Copywriting- creation of advertisements, Google Pay Per Click campaign design and management, website copy, e-mail marketing... and much...
Elmer, New Jersey, United States
Juan Ortiz - Freelance Business Consulting & Direct Marketing
2
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5.0
2 Skills
$175
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Business Performance Consulting
Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Joseph T. Havlick - Freelance Writing & Direct Marketing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Secaucus, New Jersey, United States
Celine LaFratte - Freelance Tradeshow Marketing & Direct Marketing
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4.5
2 Skills
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Randolph, New Jersey, United States
Paul Olah - Freelance Copywriting & Direct Marketing
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3.0
2 Skills
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Camden, New Jersey, United States
Phil Darke - Freelance Direct Marketing & Sales
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4.5
2 Skills
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Just an avid collector and reader of comics.
Mays Landing, New Jersey, United States

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Jim Moroney - Freelance Accounting & Finance
0
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5.0
2 Skills
$40
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Jim Moroney Summary 25 + years of increasingly responsible financial positions leading to current position as Chief Financial Officer of a manufacturing corporation. Accomplished in all aspects of financial management in a manufacturing setting where emphasis is on the role as financial advisor to manufacturing team members to enable them to achieve operational excellence. Areas of Expertise o Product Costing o Planning, Analysis, Forecasting &Budgeting o ERP Systems Implementation o Turnaround Situations o Acquisitions/Divestitures/Joint Ventures o International Operations o Defense, Aerospace and Automotive Industries o Lean Manufacturing Process Experience Eagle Manufacturing Group – June 2014-October 2014, Chief Financial Officer of a multi-state manufacturer of foundry products, fabricated metal products and precast concrete for the construction industry. Annual sales of $100 million. Riley Gear Corp. (June, 2005-present) Chief Financial Officer and Human Resources Director of a multi-plant gear manufacturing operation supplying the defense, aerospace, energy and automotive industries - annual sales of $35 million. Manage all benefit programs and a union pension fund. Responsible for all financial, human resource, purchasing and information technology functions. • Established inventory reduction program that improved cash flow and reduced tax liabilities • Prepared forms for advanced payment requirements for naval destroyer gears supplied to the US Navy • Managed special US requirements licensing for armament parts for Turkish subsidiary of BAE and for the supply of tracked vehicle parts for the Israeli Defense Force. • Introduced budgeting and planning models for management and potential investors • Revised standard costs and pricing models to reflect true cost behavior and prevent over-pricing • Revised supply chain management procedures to pass TS-16949 registration and surveillance audits. Sanderson Industries (Oct, 2003-May, 2005) Chief Financial Officer of a manufacturer of automotive parts, annual sales of $30 million. Responsible for all financial and treasury functions for the company. EXIDE TECHNOLOGIES (May, 1998-Oct, 2003) Manufacturer of lead acid batteries, annual sales of $2.4 billion. Last position was controller of Global Recycling and Plastics at its largest point with 14 plants in four countries, annual sales of $350 million, supervising a staff of seven controllers and two staff accountants. Responsible for financial statements, budgets, strategic plans and internal controls. . • Evaluated the divestiture of smelting operations in the US and Europe. Convinced management to reconsider the value of the US smelters and prevented the sale of these assets at too low a price. • Managed the installation of a new ERP system (JDEdwards) at four locations Updated standard costs and intercompany transfer prices for six US smelters enabling a more rational measurement of scrap costs at battery plants. This lead to projects that reduced annual scrap costs by over $500,000 • Prepared bids for government contracts to purchase scrap lead materials for recycling. • Analyzed production scheduling as it related to product mix and customer needs to develop programs that lead to the reduction of 2/3 of the smelters’ finished goods inventories freeing up $10 million in cash. PACTIV (formerly Tenneco) 1996-1998 Pactiv is a large international manufacturer of plastic and paper packaging products, annual sales of $4 billion. Controller of their West Coast specialty packaging operation in City of Industry, CA. • Revised business models that understated the profitability of one of the company’s most profitable products, preventing serious strategic errors. Prepared analyses for major capital investment programs. TECHNICOLOR OPTICAL MEDIA SERVICES (1994-1996) Technicolor – a major international producer of film, video cassettes, DVDs and compact discs for the entertainment and software industries, annual sales of over $1 billion. Controller of division that produced compact discs, supervised a staff of six. Duties included human resources administration and credit and collections. • Set up the accounting operations for a new division - hired staff, installed a new general ledger system, established procedures for internal control, budgets, product costing, credit and collections. • Established product costing for different product groups and worked with marketing director to develop product-pricing strategy that improved the bottom line by over $100K. • Assessed the manufacturing cost behaviors unique to this business and created a forecasting model that accurately projected profits for the business. PGP INDUSTRIES (currently Heraus) 1992-1994 Corporate controller for a privately held company with annual sales of $75 million and four locations. PGP is a recycler of precious metals and producer of chemical and metal products that use platinum group metals. Supervised a staff of eight. • Developed a product costing system than analyzed the profitability of different product groups enabling management to address problems and adjust strategies. • Installed a new computerized general ledger system. • Detected serious flaws in the system of internal control of precious metals substantially reducing the theft of precious metal inventories belonging to customers. JOHNSON MATTHEY, PLC (1983-1991) Johnson Matthey, based in London, England, is the largest refiner and producer of precious metals products including catalytic converters for automobiles, annual sales of $2 billion. Held various accounting positions starting as the Controller of the Chemical and Refining operations in the US eventually working in the UK as the Precious Metals Controller for the Global Precious Metals & Refining Division. Responsible for managing over $400 million of precious metal inventories in Europe, North America and Australia. Key player of a management team that turned around a failing business to profitability within four years. This period includes a break-in-service in 1987-89 as the CFO of Metalor USA, a company in the same industry where I helped manage the sale of a division to Swiss Bank Corp. • Developed a product costing system that allowed an improved product pricing strategy improving annual profits by over $2 million. • Created an inventory control and reporting system that enabled inventory reductions of over $30 million. • Conducted due-diligence for the acquisition of an Australian company. Part-Time Instructor Currently teaching undergraduate-level courses in accounting and finance at the St. Johns River State College and previously at the University of Phoenix. Military Experience – (1976-1980) Served four years as an officer (with a Secret security clearance) in the US Army in fulfillment of an obligation from a four-year ROTC college scholarship. Rank at discharge – First Lieutenant. Education BS-Systems Management, University of Detroit, May, 1976 MBA- (accounting & finance) – Southern Illinois University (Edwardsville), September, 1981 Passed all parts of the CPA Examination in one sitting, May, 1987
Hollywood, Florida, United States
Ty Bless - Freelance Music Production & Songwriting
0
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5.0
2 Skills
$20
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TyBless is a producer, a recording artist, writer and also your occasional Hype-man. He has been in the music business for more than 10 years. He has extensive knowledge of the music business and first-rate skills in dealing with people. He is completely reliable and enthusiastic in performing whatever he does. Raised in Spanish Harlem, TyBless still lives in the NYC Metro area. TyBless has recently been honored with the first annual World Music and Independent Film Festival (WMIFF) Award for Best Hip-Hop video, and he has been asked to join the WMIFF judging panel for 2012. Ty represents his own movement & genre, ClubHop™, due to the fact that he's been known to be too raw for dance music and not 'gangsta' enough for some hard core Hip-Hop gate keepers, despite the fact that he can rhyme with as much or more intensity as the next rap artist. Feeling like an outcast he came up with CLUB-HOP, and voila, a new movement was born! TyBless’ professional career outside of independent music includes countless tv and movie appearances, including Diary of a Tired Black Man (2009). During this journey he also had a constant presence on K7's New York's HOT 97 and 103.5's WKTU radio Stations in New York and New Jersey as they did the overnight 12am to 6am shifts, gaining his broadcasting experience (1997 - 2007). Ty has also been featured in a commercial for Footlocker and Toyota (2008). The passion he has acquired has turned into a career for TyBless. Ty’s goals are to entertain the world with his music, & to get involved in more movies. He has a unique sound which is easily recognized but still pushes the envelope while presenting substantial crossover ability and something for every listener. With an undeniable blend of material, image, performance and commercial marketability, TyBless is truly unstoppable!
Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Ryan J. Prado - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am interested in branching out with my experience in journalism and applying those skills to a more diverse career path. As a freelance journalist, a managing editor, an associate editor for a nationally distributed arts and culture magazine, and as a music promoter, I have dipped into only a fraction of what I’d like to. I’d like to begin to delve into the bigger picture and provide your company with a mutually beneficial scenario. Work experience: Just Out Newspaper 5/09-12/11 Staff Writer – Portland, OR Was employed as a part-time staff writer for Oregon’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans news magazine. My duties include covering local business profiles, local news, arts and culture, and statewide politics. I conducted interviews, adhered to strict deadlines and assisted the editor in copy editing and content development. I also contributed heavily to our blog site. Portland Mercury 3/08-4/09 – 12/11-Present Freelance Writer – Portland, OR I am responsible for writing music features and featurettes, as well as calendar blurbs. I was also the arts intern during my first go around with the magazine, assisting the editors in data entry, weekly editorial meetings, transcribing interviews and contributing regularly. Synthesis Network 10/02-08/08 Managing Editor, Associate Editor, Writer – Chico, CA As managing editor for Synthesis’ weekly entertainment paper, I oversaw and planned weekly content, managed a team of freelance writers, assigned stories, set up interviews, acted as copy editor, provided cover text, set up live concert reviews, sustained correspondences with industry publicists and acted as liaison for business-related interests, while instituting strict deadlines for proper production requirements. I also worked as associate editor for two other in-house publications, as well as for our national glossy magazine. Alternative Press 7/07-1/11 Freelance Writer – Cleveland, OH Wrote freelance record reviews, and obtained materials from publicists for reviews and interviews with artists. D.A.T.E. Magazine 6/07-6/08 Freelance Writer – Redding, CA Freelance feature story writing for weekly supplemental entertainment insert in Redding, CA’s Record Searchlight daily newspaper. Education: Attended Butte Community College (2003) Focused on creative writing, journalism and English courses in the hopes to pursue a career that involves writing. Graduated Years Attended (1994 - 1998) Anderson High School - Anderson CA Historian for Hiking Club, Varsity Baseball team, Spanish teacher’s aide.
Portland, Oregon, United States