Should an apostrophe go at the end of years.
Finance Manager bringing over 20 years’ experience and skills in leadership, attention to detail, accuracy, strategic planning, cost modeling, identify and mitigate problems, training, build and maintain positive relationships, developing people, and verbal and written communication that meets deadlines plus computer skills.
Yes, because it's (years) possessive. If you don't want to use the apostrophe, you could write 20 years of experience.
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