Judith M. Charbonneau, MBA


  1. Highly capable working in a team, utilizing rules and regulations, implementing orderly procedures, paying attention to details and facts while maintaining dependable accuracy.
  2. Successful at arranging, overseeing and managing operations.
  3. Responsible, hardworking, strong, loyal, “down to earth” person.
  4. Proficient at administrating a broad spectrum of business functions including successful experiences demonstrating productivity, resourcefulness, organization, and interpersonal relationships.
  5. Competent at analysis, completing complex tasks, and increasing efficiency and quality of work.
  6. Areas of performance have included day-to-day management and supervision, long term planning, accounting, and personnel relations.


Accounts Receivable Manager                                                                                                   March 2005- Present

Blum & Sons Electric, Inc., – Carpinteria, CA

Directed many areas related to the accounts receivable and payroll departments for medium size electrical subcontractor. Company has been in business for over 40 years.

  1. Re-designed computerized accounting program to properly record accounts receivable billing using percentage of completion, time and materials, and lump sum billing methods. Changes made to the procedures included properly classifying retention withholding, capturing all billable time and costs using a computerized system versus a hand written system, and reducing research time for preparing detailed time and material invoices.
  2. Hired and trained payroll/human resources specialist to process payroll in-house and manage personnel department. Training included instruction for process weekly payroll for 100 or more employees, including preparation and submittal of all state and federal quarterly and annual payroll reports, monthly worker’s compensation reports, and weekly certified payroll reports for government agencies. After training, developed auditing procedures to monitor staff’s performance.
  3. Designed and implemented computerized weekly job costing reporting for upper management. Reporting methods allow upper management to see which activities have generated the most (and least) profit and how much money the company is making or losing on each job.
  4. Removed duplicate efforts and streamlined operations resulting in a more efficient and profitable business.
  5. Improved accounting system that allowed for comprehensive reports and decreased redundant methods while promoting user-friendly interaction.
  6. Composing accounting manual to document and standardized accounting methods company wide providing a system of checks and balances.

President                                                                                                                      March 1993 – December 2004

Pacific Rim Services, Inc., – Ventura, CA

Directed all departments including engineering, marketing, finance, quality control and human resources. Negotiated contracts and developed banking relationships, establishing line of credit, supplier accounts and bonding.

  1. Reorganized all divisions of a merged 20-year old fire protection concern with 40 employees.
  2. In five years, grew organization from a $250K to a $5M revenue construction company specializing in the fire protection system installation.
  3. Eliminated duplicate efforts and streamlined operations resulting in a more efficient and profitable business.
  4. Designed incentive programs focused on enhancing task accomplishments through team-building concepts with management and labor unions.
  5. Improved accounting system that allowed for comprehensive reports and decreased redundant methods while promoting user-friendly interaction.
  6. Composed personnel manual and policies by developing new job descriptions and revising existing job descriptions for conciseness of purpose.

Accounting Manager                                                                                                                                                     June 1990 – February 1993

Challenge Fire Protection, Inc., – Ventura, CA

Oversaw four person accounting unit utilizing Hydratec accounting software. Prepared and audited annual financial statements, handled collections for active accounts, and controlled payroll processing.

  1. Revised collection procedures resulting in reduced delinquencies and increased cash flow.
  2. During tenure managed credit process attributing to a 100% collection rate in a very soft economy.
  3. Advanced accounting processes for payables and receivables, journal entries, bank deposits, reconciliations, activity/sales analysis, and purchasing.
  4. Modernized payroll processes, including certified payroll, daily reports for government jobs, quarterly and yearly tax reports, workers compensation requirements, and sales tax reports.
  5. Implemented training and program support for office employees as part of updating systems.

Recreation Center Manager                                                                                             December 1989 – June 1990

United States Navy, Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department San Diego, CA

Managed the operation of a complete youth center working with five employees providing services to over 100 children. Planned and coordinated details of recurring and non-recurring activities, special events, and joint community programs.

  1. Conducted extensive analysis of services and operations with the idea of strengthening overall functioning and, more specifically, addressing the needs of those served.
  2. Created and achieved targeted growth in specific youth programs meant to serve base’s younger population as well as raise funds.
  3. Developed, established, reviewed, and analyzed budget criteria and financial data.
  4. Added new activities to answer needs and wishes of groups served as well as increased new participation.


Master of Business Administration - December 1997. Pepperdine University – Malibu, CA.

Bachelor of Science, Recreation Administration December 1989. San Diego State University – San Diego, CA.


Area Governor B4 District 33 Toastmasters

Member of Ventura Sunrise Toastmasters – ATM Gold and Competent Leader Certifications

Member of Au Jus Toastmasters

Member of Toastmasters Excel

California State Contractor’s License – C16 Designation

Software Proficiencies – QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions, 2007 and QuickBooks Pro 2007 and 2006, Microsoft Word 2003, Microsoft Excel 2003, Microsoft Projects 98, Microsoft Outlook 2003, Microsoft PowerPoint 2003, Adobe Acrobat Version 8, ACT! 2008, and Windows XP Professional