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  • 1. Creative Financial Staffing’s Guide to Accounting and Finance Job DescriptionsWelcome to Creative Financial Staffing’s Guide to Accounting andFinance Job Descriptions. This resource covers a variety of positionsin accounting and finance and was created by our Executive Search Positions Covered& Temporary Staffing Recruiters who have dedicated their time to Accounts Payable Clerkresearch to identify roles that are consistently in high demand for Accounts Payable Managerboth permanent and interim placement. Accounts Receivable Clerk Accounts ReceivableAt CFS, we do more than simply match a resume to a job opening. We Managerare a comprehensive staffing solution offering our clients the finest Accounting Managerindustry talent ranging from entry-level accountants to senior level Assistant Controllermanagers, Controllers and CFOs. We conduct at length discussions Bookkeeperto determine the skills knowledge and abilities required for the Chief Financial Officerposition, provide assistance with defining a compensation plan, Controllerperform rigorous screening, employment and degree verificationand assistance with making the final offer. These services, among Cost Accountantothers, ensure that we match the best possible candidate to meet Internal Auditoryour needs. Payroll Clerk Payroll ManagerThis Guide was developed for both our clients and candidates and is Senior Accountantthe cumulative result of analyzing the market and determining the Senior Financial Analyststaffing needs and challenges our clients face. Staff AccountantPlease contact your local CFS recruiter for a free consultation on whatservices would best suit your needs. For more information about CFSor to order a copy of your free Salary Guide, please visit our websiteat www.cfstaffing.com. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms
  • 2. Accounts Payable Clerk General Summary: The Accounts Payable Clerk is responsible for the processing and payment of invoices and contract payments, generating reports and other accounting functions as needed to ensure accurate, timely payments and financial reporting. Essential Job Functions: » Review invoices, make copies of invoices and send to appropriate departments for approval.Accounts Payable Clerk » Review all check requests and date-stamp. » Match invoices and determine account coding. » Input all vendor invoices in system. » Balance edits and approve batch; after approval, post to AP system. » Review aging and determine invoices to be paid. » Select invoices for payment. » Print reports. » Generate checks in accordance with issuing guidelines. » Record manual checks on a Daily basis. » Prepare check voucher and submit for approvals. » Address employee and vendor inquiries regarding payments. » Reconcile vendor accounts. » Prepare and calculate 1099. Education Requirement: » High school diploma or GED required; » Also, two (2) years professional work experience in accounts payable/receivables and/or payroll or combination of education and training that provides the required experience. Knowledge: (at entry) » Ability to organize files and effectively retrieve data. » Ability to apply basic mathematical concepts. » Ability to apply reconciliation techniques using standard accounting methods and principles. » Ability to perform accurate data entry. » Ability to prepare worksheets and reports on spreadsheets. » Considerable knowledge of computer software applications including word processing and spreadsheets. » Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures. » Knowledge of basic accounting terminology and concepts. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 2
  • 3. Accounts Payable Manager General Summary: Under general supervision, manages the accounts payable activity for the company. Ensures timely and accurate processing of non-payroll disbursements to individuals, partnerships, operations and other entities. Oversees maintenance of supporting records, ensuring compliance with state and federal policies and regulations. Essential Job Functions:Accounts Payable Manager » Manages the day-to-day operations of the accounts payable department which processes non-payroll disbursements to individuals, partnerships, corporations, and other entities. » Oversees the supervision of personnel, which includes work allocation, training, and problem resolution; evaluates performance and makes recommendations for personnel actions. » Ensures timely and accurate processing of purchasing/payment documents such as purchase orders, travel reimbursements, stipends, ensuring compliance with state and federal policies and regulations. » Oversees the maintenance of departmental records and the generation and balancing of transaction reports. » Interacts with vendors, purchasing, and departments for information, training, and problem resolution. » Interacts with internal and external auditors and participates in occasional auditing projects or provides information and access to accounting records as required. » Participates in development, implementation and maintenance of policies, objectives, short-and long-range planning; develops and implements projects and programs to assist in accomplishment of established goals. Education Requirement: » Minimum of High School Degree or Associates Degree required. » Bachelors Degree in Accounting or related field preferred. » At least 3 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Knowledge: (at entry) » Knowledge of accounts payable principles, procedures, and standards. » Knowledge of budgeting, cost estimating, and fiscal management principles and procedures. » Records maintenance skills. » Knowledge of tax reporting procedures, regulations, and standards. » Knowledge of computer and/or network security systems, applications, procedures, and techniques. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 3
  • 4. Accounts Receivable Clerk General Summary: Performs complex data entry and related operations in posting accounts receivable payments. Maintains appropriate ledgers. Resolves credit balances and account problems; posts claim denials, refunds, adjustments, and other account actions. Essential Job Functions: » Receives and receipts cash items and third party payments; posts and reconciles payments to ledgers. » Reviews credit balances, refunds, adjustments, and claim denials; reconciles, corrects,Accounts Receivable and applies adjustments to billing records. » Balances daily batches and reports; prepares income reports and statistics; distributes reports. » Performs a variety of general clerical duties, including telephone reception, mail distribution, and other routine functions. » Ensures strict confidentiality of financial records. » May assist in preparing documentation and responses for legal inquiries, litigation, and court appearances. » Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Education Requirement: » High school diploma or GED. Clerk » At least 6 months of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Knowledge: (at entry) » Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports. » Ability to calculate numbers, correct entries, and post to records. » Ability to secure and handle cash. » Ability to use independent judgment and to manage and impart confidential information. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 4
  • 5. Accounts Receivable Manager General Summary: Under limited supervision, manages and coordinates the reimbursement and collection programs for the company. Performs and oversees accounts receivable follow up, to include research and follow up with third party payers. Essential Job Functions: » Oversees all facets of the daily operations of the organizational unit, ensuring compliance with state and federal laws, policies, and regulations. » Oversees the supervision of personnel, which includes work allocation, training, and problem resolution; evaluates performance and makes recommendations for personnelAccounts Receivable actions; motivates employees to achieve peak productivity and performance. » Establishes policies and procedures for payment posting, adjustments and refunds; monitors and controls all anomalies and non-payment or delayed payment from payers; develops and/or assists in the development of general operating goals, objectives, policies and procedures. » Performs periodic reviews of professional billing and reimbursements; monitors reports to ensure maximum reimbursement, and analyzes denials from third party payers. » Coordinates and prepares periodic reports on departmental activities, to include productivity, reduction in accounts receivable balances by payer, and related activities. Manager » Works with third party payers in the resolution of claim submission problems and unresolved payments on accounts and invoices. » Coordinates accounts receivable activities between the claims and the credit and collections units. Education Requirement: » High School Degree or Associates Degree. » BA in Accounting or related field preferred. » At least 3 years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Knowledge: (at entry) » Knowledge of software to quantify and illustrate complex financial reports, comparisons, impacts, and/or projections. » Knowledge of operational characteristics and procedural requirements of third party payers. » Knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations, guidelines, and standards in area of expertise. » Knowledge of accounts receivable principles, procedures, standards, and documentation. » Ability to plan, establish, manage, and modify reimbursement and collection policies, procedures, and standards. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 5
  • 6. Accounting Manager General Summary: Under limited supervision of the Finance Director, performs various accounting functions and supervises and directs accounting and payroll clerical positions. Supervises accounts receivable and payable processing, accurate financial transaction posting, and financial report and statement preparation. Projects cash flow requirements and manages cash investments and bank balances to meet organizational needs. Performs all work within established guidelines of GAAP. Essential Job Functions: » Monitors receipt of all income, analyzes organizational financial commitments and manages cash flow, investments and bank balances to meet the financial obligations and needs of the company. » Ensures accurate and timely preparation of payrolls, maintenance of payroll accountsAccounting Manager and payment of payroll taxes and related liabilities. » Coordinates processing of accounts payable and receivable including implementing effective monitoring, verification and coding procedures to ensure accuracy. » Supervises and directs accounting and payroll clerical positions including monitoring and evaluating work performance, assisting with more complex or unusual problems, delegating work task responsibilities, providing training and direction and interviewing and suggesting applicants for departmental hire. » Performs various general accounting functions such as journal entries, account reconciliations, special reports, pension fund contributions, etc. Education Requirement: » Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. » Four to six years of accounting experience including areas of accounts receivable and payable, payroll/benefits and accounting supervision. Knowledge: (at entry) » Strong mathematical and analytical skills for monitoring accounting records and resolving accounting problems. » Thorough knowledge of accounting theory, concepts and practices applicable to accounting requirements of government agencies. » Good supervisory skills for directing and coordinating accounting clerical staff. » Ability to monitor and evaluate worker performance, establish work priorities and delegate tasks, and train staff in proper accounting procedures. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 6
  • 7. Bookkeeper General Summary: Bookkeepers are financial record keepers, much like accountants, but they are not required to be accredited by any organization or institution. Bookkeepers must be detail-oriented and tenacious; they have a large amount of responsibility to the company, particularly at the end of the year and around tax-preparation time. Essential Job Functions: » Prepare, control, balance and check various accounts. » Enter daily financial transactions in a journal either manually or by computer. » Maintain general ledgers recording the status of various accounts and make sure that all the accounts balance. » Prepare statistical, financial, accounting or auditing reports. » Ability to analyze and create sales and other financial reports; spreadsheets on excel. » Integrate with company Accountant, organize all files and reporting systems for clean and organized tax preparation process. » Communicate with customer/vendor accounting counterparts as well as insurance and other business agencies. » Preparation of quarterly and annual payroll tax and sales tax reports.Bookkeeper Education Requirement: » Either a high school diploma or equivalent and high school courses in accounting or bookkeeping or a college program in accounting or a related business field. » Up to 2 years experience in a similar role. » Associates/Bachelors degree a plus. Knowledge: (at entry) » Knowledge of the principles and practices of bookkeeping. » Knowledge of the terminology and standard abbreviations used in bookkeeping. » Knowledge of the standard procedures and methods followed in handling and recording cash receipts and disbursements. » Ability to maintain accurate records. » Ability to analyze and determine the applicability of bookkeeping data. » Ability to interpret charts, graphs and tables. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 7
  • 8. Chief Financial Officers General Summary: Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) must have strong analytical, strategic planning and communication skills, including an ability to work well with the chief executive officer, board members and other senior managers. Public companies require experience with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting. Previous experience in public accounting is also highly valued. Essential Job Functions: » Providing strategic management of the accounting and finance functions. » Directing accounting policies, procedures and internal controls. » Recommending improvements to ensure the integrity of a company’s financialChief Financial Officers information. » Collaborating with chief information officers on technology decisions. » Overseeing financial systems implementations and upgrades. » Managing relationships with investors and investment institutions. » Identifying and managing business risks and insurance requirements. » Leading and supervising accounting and finance staff. Education Requirement: » Master’s degree in business administration (MBA) preferred. » Professional accreditation such as certified public accountant (CPA) or certified management accountant (CMA) preferred. » Minimum of 10 years experience in accounting or finance. » Five years minimum in management role. Knowledge: (at entry) » Experience in strategic planning and execution. » Knowledge of contracting, negotiating, and change management. » Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. » Knowledge of automated financial and accounting reporting systems. » Knowledge of federal and state financial regulations. » Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements, and projections. » Work requires professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. » Ability to motivate teams to produce quality materials within tight time frames and simultaneously manage several projects. » Ability to participate in and facilitate group meetings. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 8
  • 9. Controller General Summary: Provide leadership and coordination of company financial planning, debt financing, and budget management functions. Ensure company accounting procedures conform to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Additionally, to assist in the development, management and growth of the core business functions of the company. Essential Job Functions: » Direct and coordinate company financial planning and budget management functions. » Recommend benchmarks for measuring the financial and operating performance of divisions and departments. » Monitor and analyze monthly operating results against budget. » Oversee daily operations of the finance department. » Manage the preparation of the official annual report of actual revenues, transfers, and expenses. » Prepare financial analysis for contract negotiations and product investment decisions. » Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal budgetary reporting requirements. » Work with department managers and staff to develop five year and ten year business plans for the company. » Establish and implement short and long-range departmental goals, objectives, policies,Controller and operating procedures. » Direct financial audits and provide recommendations for procedural improvements. » Provide financial statement reporting and analysis, cash flow analysis, budgeting and forecasting. » Manage account payable, receivable, budgeting, planning financial reporting, general ledger and fixed assets. » Direct month end closings, financial reporting and coordination of audits (work with outside auditors). Education Requirement: » Masters Degree in Finance or Accounting preferred. » Five to ten years of experience in a senior-level finance or accounting position. Knowledge: (at entry) » Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. » Knowledge of automated financial and accounting reporting systems. » Knowledge of federal and state financial regulations. » Working knowledge of short and long term budgeting and forecasting, rolling budgets, and product-line profitability analysis. » Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively/work with senior management » Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements and projections. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 9
  • 10. Cost Accountant General Summary: Cost Accountant reports directly to the Controller. Goal is to design and implement strategies, best practices and process improvements in order to ensure efficient control and reporting of variances within the company. Essential Job Functions: » Guides cost analysis process by implementing, refining, and reporting cost account processes that highlight operational opportunities and initiate projects that provide effective solutions. » Coordinates and conducts cycle counts. » Builds and controls the annual budget. Education Requirement:Cost Accountant » Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance. » 3 or more years of experience in costing accounting Knowledge: (at entry) » Demonstrated knowledge of standard and actual cost accounting methods. » Demonstrated expertise of research methods and report preparation. » Demonstrated leadership skills and ability in guiding direct reports to effectively accomplish performance goals. » Ability to offer advanced solutions based on collected, summarized, and analyzed data. » Demonstrated advanced skills with the standard features of various personal computer word processing and spreadsheet software (Microsoft Word and Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Internet, and other proprietary software). » Demonstrated experience with ERP systems software (SAP preferred). Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 10
  • 11. Internal Auditor General Summary: Internal auditors verify the accuracy of their organization’s internal records and check for mismanagement, waste, or fraud. Examine and evaluate their firms’ financial and information systems, management procedures, and internal controls to ensure that records are accurate and controls are adequate to protect against fraud and waste. Review company operations, evaluating their efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance with corporate policies and procedures, laws, and government regulations. Essential Job Functions: » Execute a wide range of audits and reviews. » Provide an independent, objective assurance and consulting service to management, with the principal aims of evaluating and improving the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes; » Make recommendations on increasing operational efficiency, having regard to value for money auditing; » Develop and obtain proper approval for goals, audit work schedules, staffing plans, and financial budgets for the Department.Internal Auditor » Perform individual audits according to the Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing issued by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA). » Maintain personal proficiency and that of staff auditors by obtaining an adequate amount of continuing education. » Supervise staff auditors by assigning them to jobs which match their abilities, reviewing their work, and appraising their performance. » Keep current on trends in accounting and auditing. Education Requirement: » A four year degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting, finance, business administration or closely related field or three years of increasingly responsible professional accounting. » Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) » Valid Certified Internal Auditor or Certified Public Accountant License. Knowledge: (at entry) » Governmental generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). » Principles of internal auditing and internal audit techniques. » Ability to detect deviation from established procedures and requirements. » Prepare clear and concise reports and records. » Operate a computer, accounting-related software and a calculator. » Take the initiative and work without close supervision. » Interpret laws and regulations. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 11
  • 12. Payroll Clerk General Summary: Under general supervision, perform clerical tasks involved in the preparation of the payroll and specialized clerical work in processing information and record keeping. Essential Job Functions: » Perform complex and specialized work related to the preparation, processing, and maintenance of the payroll. » Compute payroll adjustments and reconcile insurance and benefit accounts » Prepare payroll deductions. Education Requirement: » Any combination of education, training, and/or experience which demonstrates ability to perform the required duties. » Graduation from high school or equivalent supplemented by courses in office practices, bookkeeping, accounting or payroll procedures and/or at least three years ofPayroll Clerk increasingly responsible experience in financial record keeping systems and calculations. Knowledge: (at entry) » Principles, practices, and methods of office procedures and practices including records management and document processing. » Computer operations including the development and use of spreadsheets. » Bookkeeping procedures and practices. » Principles of payroll and benefits. » Ability to apply and explain actions, rules, and regulations pertaining to payroll, benefits, and leave issues. » Ability to perform arithmetic calculations accurately and rapidly. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 12
  • 13. Senior Accountant General Summary: Work is performed under the immediate supervision of the Comptroller. This is senior-level professional financial and accounting work. Essential Job Functions: » Prepares journal entries and reconciles general ledger and subsidiary accounts. » Analyzes and designs new accounting and financial management systems. » Prepares monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements for assigned accounts. » Reviews financial documents and materials and assists in preparing the municipal fiscal budget. » Advises departments concerning allocation of funds, assignment of accounting codes,Senior Accountant and various other related financial activities. » Closes books monthly for assigned accounts, corrects, edits, and prepares summaries and reports as needed. » Maintains assigned payroll records and compiles monthly or quarterly reports. » Approves and verifies municipal account numbers and requisition forms. » Coordinates activities with public and/or private auditors and releases the appropriate records and information. » Balances monthly reports on assigned accounts for the general ledger on expenditure appropriations, revenue allocations, receivables, payables, and inventory. Education Requirement: » Bachelor’s degree in Accounting » Two years of successful, increasingly responsible experience as an Accountant; or any equivalent combination of education and experience which would Knowledge: (at entry) » Considerable knowledge of accounting practices and procedures in addition to current federal, state, and local regulations. » Skill in operating a personal computer and its related software. » Ability to develop accounting procedures and to monitor compliance with existing ones. » Ability to successfully lead subordinate personnel and establish effective working relationships with others. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 13
  • 14. Senior Financial Analyst General Summary: Plans and conducts complex studies to improve the operational and financial effectiveness of the unit. Performs complex statistical, cost and financial analysis of financial reports and data, and prepares subsequent narrative analysis for management. Utilizes knowledge of the company’s financial accounting systems. Essential Job Functions: » Plans and conducts complex studies to determine cost of business activities. » Recommends budget adjustments, and other cost improvement measures.Senior Financial Analyst » Analyzes complex financial data and extracts and defines relevant information; interprets data for the purpose of determining past financial performance and/or to project a financial probability. » Reviews costs and performs cost benefit analysis related to projects and/or programs. » Performs complex statistical, cost, and financial analysis of data reported in the various accounting systems. » Develops financial reports for forecasting, trending, and results analysis. » Uses various software applications, such as spreadsheets, relational databases, statistical packages, and graphics packages to assemble, manipulate and/or format data and/or reports. Education Requirement: » Required: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, or related field. » Preferred: MBA. » Five years progressively responsible related financial experience required. » Advanced knowledge in the use of financial software applications, databases, spreadsheets, and/or word processing required. Knowledge: (at entry) » Ability to compile, analyze, interpret and present complex annual financial reports, statements, and/or projections. » Knowledge of a range of automated financial systems and applications software. » Knowledge of Federal and State financial regulations. » Knowledge of the principles, processes, and standards for integrated financial analysis and reporting » Skill in examining and re-engineering operations and procedures, formulating policy, and developing and implementing new strategies and procedures. » Experience projecting and analyzing actual versus budget (AVB) analysis. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 14
  • 15. Staff Accountant General Summary: Under direction of Accounting Manager, performs professional accounting work including processing journal entries and reconciling general ledger accounts; assists in preparing the company’s annual and mid-year budgets; prepares year-end audit schedules. Essential Job Functions: » Prepares journal entries and reconciles general ledger and subsidiary accounts » Analyzes and reconciles expenditure and revenue accounts. » Calculates and prepares reimbursement billings and tracks receivables; reconciles monthly accounts receivable. » Assists with the preparation of the annual and mid-year budgets. » Assists with the fiscal year-end and fixed asset accounting.Staff Accountant Education Requirement: » Bachelors degree in accounting or finance » One—three years of general accounting experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job as listed above. Knowledge: (at entry) » Generally accepted accounting practices and principles. » Computer applications related to the work. » Applicable laws, codes and regulations. » Reconciling accounts, records, reports and journals. » Reviewing and verifying accuracy of data. » Maintaining accounting records for special accounts and projects. Creative Financial Staffing Managed by professional accounting firms Copyright 2008 by Creative Financial Staffing. All rights reserved. 15
  • 16. About CFSCreative Financial Staffing (CFS) is the nation’s largest privately-held accounting and finance specialty placementfirm. Since our founding in 1994, CFS has established numerous offices in the United States, Mexico and theCaribbean. We provide qualified accounting and finance professionals on a temporary and permanent basis acrossa broad range of industries. A unique affiliation with leading accounting firms gives CFS a distinct advantage: Weare connected. This strong positioning within the industry enables us to keep abreast of the skills and capabilitiesnecessary to confront the challenges our clients meet every day. Through finance and accounting networking,CFS has built an exceptional pool of candidates to help solve your staffing needs fast. Simply stated, we havemore to offer. Accounting General Ledger Account Analysis Government Contracts Accounts Payable Government Reports Accounts Receivable Income Statements Accruals Information Systems Adjustments International Accounting CFS has experienced Annual Reports Inventory professionals at all levels Audit Investment Analysis Audit Schedules Journal Entries to assist you in your Balance Sheet Leases accounting and finance Bank Reconciliations Mergers & Acquisitions Billing Mortgage/Loan departments. Bookkeeping Mutual Fund Accounting Budgeting Operations Research Closings P & L Statements Computer Conversions Payroll Computer Operations Payroll Taxes Consolidations Probate Cost Accounting Sarbanes-Oxley Credit & Collections SEC Reporting Data Entry Spreadsheets Depreciation Statistics FASB Reporting Systems Accounting Financial Analysis Systems Analysis Financial Reporting Taxes Financial Statements Trial Balance Forecasting Trust Accounting Fund Accounting
  • 17. CFS Office Locations UNITED STATES CALIFORNIA MASSACHUSETTS TENNESSEE Bakersfield Boston - Corp. Headquarters Nashville Los Angeles San Francisco MICHIGAN VIRGINIA Detroit Tysons Corner COLORADO Grand Rapids Denver WASHINGTON MINNESOTA Seattle CONNECTICUT Minneapolis Hartford WISCONSIN Southport NEW JERSEY Madison New Brunswick Milwaukee FLORIDA Orlando NEW MEXICO Tampa Albuquerque Fort Lauderdale GEORGIA NEW YORK ISLANDS & CARIBBEAN Atlanta New York DOMINICAN ILLINOIS OHIO REPUBLIC Chicago Akron Santo Domingo Oak Brook Canton Northbrook Cleveland PUERTO RICO Columbus San Juan INDIANA Indianapolis OREGON Fort Wayne Portland South Bend PENNSYLVANIA KENTUCKY Pittsburgh Louisville Wyomissing MARYLAND TEXAS Baltimore Dallas Bethesda Houston Tysons Corner San Antonio