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JON M. HILD 3834 Hope Haven Dr.

Florissant, MO 63034 314-921-1285 Profile A seasoned accounting and finance professional with excellent organizational and managerial skills with progressive accounting management experience. A proven p erformer with a track record of success and exceptional problem solving and lead ership abilities with strong analytical and research skills. Experience includes Financial Analysis and Reporting, Budgeting and Forecasting, Consolidations, Ge neral Ledger, Monthly Closings, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Ass ets, Government Reporting, Government Contracts, Fund and Grant Accounting, SEC reporting, Royalties, Foreign Currency, Cost Accounting, Auditing, Job Costing, Tax Support, School District, Retail Management, Federal Entitlement Programs, E xcel, Word, and SAP. Professional Experience St. Louis Public Schools (Board of Education) May, 2002 - Present ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - FINANCE - STATE AND FEDERAL PROGRAMS BUDGET ANALYST - BUDGET DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING DIVISIONAL ASSISTANT - FINANCIAL AND BUDGETING - URBAN SYSTEMIC PROGRAM Manage and monitored state and federal funded programs such as Title I and other entitlement programs, school improvement, and school wide programs for reportin g purpose to the Missouri Department of Secondary and Elementary Education. Develop and preparation of the budget for the entire school district reviewing a nd analyzing historic activities to establish current trends based on available government funding. Present year to date actual expenditures compared to prior year and current budg et using PowerPoint to keyed administrative personnel, board of directors and th e general public. Manage and analyze multiple accounts including schools and administrative depart ments in the areas of instruction, curriculum, instructional support, transporta tion, safety and security, and building services. Monitor, manage, and reconcile all grants and funds used for all mathematics, sc ience, and technology programs for the largest school district in the state of M issouri. Team member of the District's Financial Support Team responsible for monitoring and analyzing numerous departments, accounts, and all middle schools on financia l and budgeting issues reporting major variances to the Chief Financial Officer on a monthly basis. Reconcile all general ledger accounts for multiple departments using SAP and Exc el. Review and set up budget appropriations from federal, state, corporate, and trus t funds. Analyze professional development workshop activities for each workshop sponsored by the department. Set up contracts on SAP for consultants providing expert advice for professional development sessions. Entered Extra Service hours for over 2900 teachers for participating in workshop s for the school year. Monitored and managed Tuition Assistance Program for the entire school district. Order supplies and equipment using SAP. Provide financial and budget summaries and support documentation when requested. Track invoices and set up vouchers when applying for payment. Work with other departments: Accounting, Budgets, Purchasing, Fiscal Control, Tr easury, and others. Provide important data for annual reports when reporting to federal based progra ms.

Sportservice Corporation (Subsidy of Delaware North Corporation) March, 2004 - Aug., 2009 RETAIL SUPERVISOR - STADIUM [Part - Time Seasonal] Manage retail commissioned vendors (portable and permanent stands) and retail cl erks assisting with merchandise display, delivery of merchandise, inventory, cas h handling, breaks, and weather related situations. Manage team store and satellite store at Busch Stadium working with store clerks on customer service, merchandising, cash handling, maintenance, inventory, and closing of registers for the day's activities. Major events include World Series, Final 4 NCAA Basketball, All-Star Game and ev ents, Dave Mason Concert, St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, Supercross Motor Cycle, and Monster Jam truck competition. JON M. HILD Page 2 Independent Consultant - Accounting, Budgeting, and Financial Reporting Oct., 2000 - May 2002 SENIOR ACCOUNTANT ANALYST Provide consultation, accounting and financial services for various clients incl uding financial reporting and analysis, financial statements, consolidations, pa yroll, 401K compliance, general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, p urchase orders, spreadsheets, bank reconciliation, employee hand book, office pr ocedures and policies, sales analysis, budgeting and forecasting, auditing, huma n resources, office administration, and special reports. Review implementation of new computer accounting systems. Provide temporary accounting services for an alarm installation company, a theat re corporation, two major utility companies, an audit recovery company, a not fo r profit company, and other types of businesses. St. Louis Housing Authority, St. Louis, MO Feb., 1999 - Oct., 2000 St. Louis City Division of the U.S. Government of Housing, Urban, and Developmen t (HUD). SENIOR FINANCIAL ANALYST Responsible for auditing, financial reporting and analysis, budgeting and foreca sting, bank reconciliation, cash management, general ledger, fixed assets, Secti on 8, consolidations, government reporting, and special projects. Managed all Section 8 financial activities which included a monthly issue of ove r 2700 checks to landlords and tenants for housing and utility allowance payment s, accounting closings, journal entries, financial reporting and analysis, cash management, administrative and hard to house fees, budgeting and reporting to HU D. Reviewed all government contracts pertaining to modernization and procurement p rojects. Sherwood Davis & Geck, St. Louis, MO Jan., 1997 - Dec., 1998 Global manufacturer / distributor of specialized medical devices with over a bil lion dollars in sales. ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR Responsible for supervision on accounting closings, financial reporting, budgeti ng and forecasting, general ledger, journal entries, fixed assets, royalties, fo reign currency, tax support, cash management, and special projects. Prepared financial reports,10-Q, 10-K and SEC support schedules, tax questionnai res, and cash flow statements. Analyzed over 100 balance sheet and income statement expense accounts. Managed fixed assets accounts for 10 locations on capitalizing, reconciling, con struction-in-progress projects, asset tagging, physical inventory, consolidation , and providing monthly reports. Managed over 50 royalty accounts for various patent agreements calculating payme nts based on sales, units, percentage, and methods of payments, global communica tions, monthly accruals, and journal entries.

Calculated various foreign exchange rates conversions to US Dollars for accounti ng and royalty reports. Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., St. Louis, MO May, 1980 - Sept., 1996 SENIOR ACCOUNTANT I 1987 - 1996 Responsible for consolidations, accounting closings, journal entries, system con trols, general ledger, account analysis, financial statements, budgeting, tax su pport, accruals, foreign exchange conversion, and special projects. Prepared and distributed sales volume comparison statements to various departmen ts and senior management. Developed and delivered monthly presentations to the senior management on profit and loss including sales, cost of sales, various expenditures, variance explana tions, and sales volume information. Calculated various foreign exchange rates conversions to US Dollars for accounti ng and hedging reports. Analyzed various balance sheet and income statement accounts. Developed budget and forecasting models using Excel for an annual budget, curren t projection, and 5-year plans. Oversaw special projects, industry-related reports, and support schedules to the Tax, Legal, and Marketing departments, and externally to outside auditors, IRS, and to other federal and state government agencies. ACCOUNTANT II 1982 - 1987 ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT I 1980 - 1982 Frank Megargel, CPA Accounting Firm, Bridgeton, MO June, 1979 - May, 1980 ACCOUNTANT Assisted in creation of a remapping program on accounting distribution codings f or a major conversion to a new accounting system to maintain consistency in repo rting at 100%. JON M. HILD Page 3 Education Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Associate of Science in Computer Science Southeast Missouri State University, 1979 Majors: Accounting & Computer Science Minor: Management Additional Training Computer Software: Excel, Lotus, Word, SAP, Access, Commitment to Excellence Overview, Presentation Skills Program, Section 8 Financ ial Management, Capital Improvement Modernization Program, Procurement and Contr acts Professional Membership Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Willing to Travel / Relocate Accomplishments: Developed new forms for easier access for data entry to use by multiple users us ing Excel avoiding inconsistency when recorded. Developed new auditing procedures and improved policies on bank reconciliation, tenant accounts receivable system, a new computer system, Government accounting to GAAP conversion, and general ledger account analysis. Developed Excel and Word programs to replace reports, account analysis, letters and various other schedules that were used prior by converting from a either man ual format, Lotus or from a Word Perfect format. Designed journal voucher pages using Excel and thus eliminating handwritten entr ies and reducing keypunching and duplicating errors up to 50% on journal entry p

reparations. Developed tracking system for fixed assets on type, serial number, location, dep artment and individual. Automated financial analysis and accounting system spreadsheets, reducing overti me by 50%. Managed monthly and year-end closing journal voucher control process system avoi ding major cost to the Company due to downtime or excessive labor expenditures w ith an estimated saving of $ 25,000 per month. Designed Excel and Lotus spreadsheets for financial reporting and analysis and v arious accounting schedules. Developed a program consolidating various beer volume reports from 30 to 5 savin g the company extra time. Designed a journal voucher file for customers using a PC, reducing keypunching e rrors by 60%. Developed more cost effective procedures, resulting in shorter closing cycle tim e for monthly accounts; automated journal entries and budgets, significantly red ucing labor and time by 40%.