Darin Short | Elance
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Darin Short

Make technology an asset for you and your business
   United States
  |   St Louis, MO
  |  11:43 pm Local Time


WordPress, Catalyst Framework, Genesis Framework, Domain Management, WordPress Migration, PSD to WordPress, HTML to WordPress, Email Marketing, Social Media Integration. Excellent problem solving and trouble shooting skills. Versatile and adaptable.
Service Description
Big Bend Community College
Associate of Arts & Sciences
1991 - 1993
McAllister Towing & Transportation
2003 - Present
US Coast Guard Licensed Merchant Mariner. Mate of Towing Vessels 1600 Ton Near Coastal, Third Mate of Any Gross Tons Near Coastal. Supervisory position.
Paramount Staffing
Tax Analyst
2000 - 2001
Client: Arch Coal, Inc. Identified reporting requirements and implemented procedures to reduce annual reconciliation of $1.5 billion in fixed asset data from 6 weeks to 3 days. Automated process of identifying and correcting discrepancies in asset bases totaling $5 to 8 million, depending on calculation method, by manipulating extracted asset data. Assessed capabilities and limitations of fixed asset software providing the ability to automate redundant procedures. Acknowledged as in house expert on fixed asset software providing for additional responsibility of installing and upgrading software as needed.
A/P Clerk
2000 - 2000
Assigned to Scott Byron & Co, Chicago, IL
Paramount Staffing
Payroll Tax Clerk
2000 - 2000
Client: Arch Coal, Inc. Returned $250 million payroll of Parent and Subsidiary Corporations to compliance with federal tax reporting requirements.
Accounting Technician
1999 - 1999
Client: Southwest Washington Health District. Developed and implemented a database solution for the tracking and monitoring of grant and private funding sources increasing the assessment and reporting of an $11 million budget.
E. K. Williams & Co
1997 - 1998
Produced financial statements for 20 clients on a monthly basis with gross receipts ranging from $10,000 to $750,000. Absorption of special projects, in addition to regular duties, because of the ability to streamline and establish effective formats and procedures. Wide spectrum of clients and industry. Procedures were often established by visiting clients business and evaluation of operations.
Payment Terms
Payment is expected upon conclusion of work as agreed, regardless of any timesheet. If work is complete, payment needs to be complete.

I don't mind subcontracting, however, please realize that our contract is separate from any contract you have with your client.
Darin Short | Elance

Darin Short