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7ntrod ction
Welcome to the seventh installment in our series of reference guides designed to help you in your career. Our previous guides have been focused on the structure and development of resumes and cover letters. They include:

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101 Best Resumes

101 More Best Resumes 101 Best Cover Letters 101 Best .Com Resumes 101 Best Resumes for Grads 101 Best Tech Resumes

"ey#ords represent a subset of this matter. "ey#ords are nouns and ad$ectives that serve to describe you professionally. This guide offers a variety of tools for you. %or the top professions #e identified& you #ill find a list of at least 2' (ey#ords& an e)ample of their use in a sample resume& and their use in a sample intervie# *ues+tion. ,ot every (ey#ord is illustrated in every respective resume or sample intervie#. -nserting every (ey#ord #ould have made them too #ordy and in many cases unrealistic. These samples #ill give you some ideas& but your use really depends on your o#n e)periences and ob$ec+tives. .ach profession sho#cases the #or( of both the authors and the members of the /rofessional 0ssociation of 1esume Writers. 1eally loo( over 2Tips to 3et 4ou 5ired6 starting on 7hapter 3. They #ill provide you #ith savvy tips you #on8t find any#here else. The tips are divided into si) categories and are very tactical in nature. We al#ays try to stay a#ay from theory and instead emphasi9e hands+on tactics.

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"ey#ords are those descriptive #ords& usually nouns& that are associ+ated #ith specific disciplines or industries. "ey#ords are important because they are considered standardi9ed for specific industries. %or e)ample& if you #ere an accountant& (ey#ords #ould include: cost accounting& budget analysis& auditing& ta)& etc. "ey#ords can be critical in the #orld of soft#are management and $ob searching. .mployers and recruiters may ta(e your resume and cover letter :especially if sent electronically; and do a computeri9ed search for (ey#ords or descrip+tors that match the profile they are see(ing. Thin( of it as a prescreen+ing process. %or e)ample& a finance director for <icrosoft hiring a staff accountant might have a scan or search of resumes and cover letters completed for the #ords listed above& and if they aren8t on your mate+rials& you could miss the first cut. "ey#ords play an integral role in t#o areas of the resume screen+ing process. One is the human element& #hen hiring and nonhiring managers are screening resumes for #ords and phrases that match the criteria they are see(ing. The second is the computer search& #here computers search the data on many different resumes to select those that match the #ords and phrases. That is ho# posted resumes on Web sites li(e <onster.com #or(.

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"ey#ords can be very important outside the computer search arena. -n many cases& the initial scan of resumes is completed by either a human

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resources person or an assistant to the hiring manager. .ven the most competent people doing this function can only do a high+level $ob of resume scanning if they are not intimately a#are of the position or are not hiring for themselves. That is #hy it is important to (eep a certain amount of 2boilerplate6 in your resume. 0 client of ours named =avid 1obinson comes to mind. 5e #or(ed for >eri9on Wireless and #as curious about an advertisement he sa# for a position #ith .riccson. We updated his resume in the style that loo(s li(e that on pages !? @ from our first boo(& 101 Best Resumes. The (ey to that resume style #as the use of the left column for a list+ing of accountsAthat really becomes the core of the resume if you #or( in an account+driven environment li(e sales. The hiring manager called =avid for an intervie# and told him: 2We8ve had so many resumes that - told my assistant not to bring me any more unless they loo( li(e a per+fect fit. The #ay that you listed your accounts on the first page of the resume #as a great #ay to sho# us #ho your contacts are.6 Bo& the initial screening #as conducted by his assistant& #ho #as only scan+ning resumes for (ey items :#ords& even things li(e industry+specific terms& product names& etc.;& and his resume effectively illustrated his sales accounts. =on8t ma(e the readers #or( to learn #hat you8re all about. .ven in a four percent unemployment environment& the competition for good $obs is too stiff.

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Today& the -nternet environment brings a ne# #ay of distributing your resume. 0s part of the 2boilerplate6 activities that people do #hen be+ginning to mar(et themselves to potential employers& using the -nter+net is no# a standard resource tool. One of the first things many peo+ple do is post their resumes on Web sites li(e <onster.com or 5eadhunter.net. 7orporate recruiters and independent recruiters do revie# resumes posted on these sites. -t #or(s best #hen the search field is very narro#. -f you #ere to do a (ey#ord search of all the re+sumes posted on <onster.com for telecommunications& for e)ample& the return #ould be in the thousands. 5o#ever& if you narro#ed the search to MMDS narrowband s ectrum mana!ement& the return #ould be sig+nificantly lo#er. Bo& you need to #hittle your s(ills do#n as much as possible to help the right people find you through these (ey#ord searches. "ey#ords ma(e your traditional resume electronically retrievable in resume databases li(e <onster.com or 5eadhunter.net. 0fter your resume is entered electronically into a resume database li(e that on <onster.com& it is ready to be searched and ran(ed. 0 hir+ing manager or recruiter then decides #hich (ey#ords best identify the s(ills needed in a candidate& and based upon those (ey#ords& has the system search the resume database. Typically& the revie#er #ill have several (ey#ords that are re*uired and others that are optional. When the search engine recogni9es a (ey#ord in your resume& it is called a 2hit.6 4our resume is ran(ed according to the number of (ey+#ord hits. Only resumes that have the re*uired (ey#ords are found. Of

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those& resumes that have more of the desired (ey#ords ran( higher& and #ill be selected first to be read by a human revie#er. Other factors that can affect search ran(ings include pro)imity to other (ey#ords and ho# close to the top of the page (ey#ord hits occur. Therefore& in addition to placing (ey#ords relevant to your field throughout your re+sume and cover letter& an e)tra 2(ey#ord summary6 should be created near the top of your resume specifically for a resume search engine. Our resume guides provide many e)amples of ho# to do this in constructing the opening part of your resume. 0 good 2Bummary of Cualifications6 provides an opportunity to in+clude listings of (ey#ords that may not fit in the rest of the #ritten part of the resume. The more (ey#ords you have& the greater the li(e+lihood of ran(ing high in the search.

Delo# is a plain+formatted resume that is representative of something that might be pasted in the application area on <onster.com. 5igh+lighted in gray are the (ey#ords. 3ranted& this resume is an e)agger+ated version of the use of (ey#ords. Btill& it #ill give you a good per+spective. 0lso& it8s no secret that the more speciali9ed a position is& the greater the role that (ey#ords #ill play. 5o#ever& even if you8re in sales or general management& (ey industry terms can be very helpful.

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Dan Schmitz 1234 Hereford Highway Kansas City, MO 12345 H: (913) 555-1111 W: (913) 555-1111; E-mail: danschmitz@technology.net Keyword Summary

Systems Engineer. Client Server System Architect. Systems Analysis. Systems Integration. Net-work Administration. Database Administration. Systems Administration. Software Engineering. Troubleshooting Computing Systems. DOS. Windows NT. TCP/IP. OSI. Microsoft LAN Manager. Novell Netware. Project Management. Trade Studies. Consulting. BETA Tester. Technical Presentations. Sales Presentations. Instruc-tor. BS Degree. Mathematics and Computer Science. UCLA. Air Force Institute of Technology. Computer Engineering.

Summary of Qualifications Seven years of experience in designing, installing, and troubleshooting computing systems.

Programming: C, C++, Visual BASIC, FORTRAN, Pascal, SQL, OSF/Motif, UNIX Shell Script (sh, ksh, csh), BASIC, Clipper, Algol 68, and 80X86 Assembler. Operating Systems: UNIX (bsd & SVr3/r4), MS Windows, MS DOS, MS Windows NT, Solaris, HP-UX, Ultrix, AIX, VAX/VMS, and Macintosh System 7.

Networking: TCP/IP, OSI, Microsoft LAN Manager, Novell Netware, DDN, Internet, Ethernet, Token Ring, SNA, X.25, LAN-WAN interconnection. Applications: Microsoft Office, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Visual C++, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Publisher, Lotus 123, Lotus Freelance, System Architect, and others.

Professional Experience Network Engineer Netcom, Dallas, Texas 1996Present

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Provide systems engineering, software engineering, technical consulting, and marketing services as a member of the Systems Integration Division of a software engineering consult-ing company. Designed and managed the development of an enterprise-level client/server automated auditing application for a major financial management company migrating from mainframe computers, db2, and to a workgroup-oriented, client/server architecture involving Windows for Workgroups, Windows NT Advanced Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle7, and UNIX. Designed an enterprise-level, high-performance, mission-critical, client/server database sys-tem incorporating symmetric multiprocessing computers (SMP), Oracle7s Parallel Server, Tuxedos on-line transaction processing (OLTP) monitor, and redundant array of inexpensive disks (RAID) technology. Conducted extensive trade studies of a large number of vendors that offer leadingedge tech-nologies; these studies identified proven (low-risk) implementations of SMP and RDBMS sys-tems that met stringent performance and availability criteria.



Education University of Kansas, B.S. Software Engineering and Computer Communications GPA: 3.43 Specialized Training Database Administration, Performance Tuning, and Benchmarking with Oracle7; Oracle Corporation. Interactive UNIX System V r4 (POSIX) System Administration; ETC, Inc. Effective Briefing Techniques and Technical Presentations; William French and Associates, Inc. Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP); Technology Systems Institute. LAN Interconnection Using Bridges, Routers, and Gateways; Information Systems Institute. OSI X.400/X.500 Messaging and Directory Service Protocols; Communication Technologies, Inc.

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5ave you ever (no#n a highly successful sales professional #ho didn8t have a firm grasp and (no#ledge of his or her productF 0n a#ard+#inning professor that did not (no# his or her materialF 0s( e)peri+enced salespeople #hat the secret to success is& and they8ll say that it8s (no#ing the product& (no#ing the customer& and matching the benefits of the product to the needs of the customer. This is a po#erful success formula. The $ob search is a sales and mar(eting endeavor. There is simply no #ay around this: 4ou are the product& you are the salesperson& and you must define your customers and promote yourself to them. Bo& li(e the highly successful salesperson& the (ey to your success is to (no# your product :you; inside and out& and match the benefits of the prod+uct to the needs of your potential customers :prospective employers;. -n sales& #e call this selling features and benefits. 4ou must (no# the fea+tures of the product& (no#n as 2mar(etable s(ills&6 and determine #hat specific benefits result from those features that #ould interest a prospective employer. -n other #ords& the only reason for someone to hire you is for the benefit that you offer that person or company. -f intervie#ers #ere to as( you #hat your strengths are& #hat s(ills you bring to the table& or #hat contributions you feel you could ma(e to the company& they are actually as(ing you to identify your features and the benefit that the company #ould reali9e by hiring you.

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-n order to communicate effectively the features and benefits of the product& namely you& you must first ta(e an inventory of your s(ills. -n the simplest of terms& there are three categories of s(ills:

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There are four categories of $ob+related s(ills: 1; #or(ing #ith people& 2; #or(ing #ith data and information& 3; #or(ing #ith things& and 4; #or(ing #ith ideas. Though most of us #or( #ith all four categories at one time or another& #e tend to be attracted to one or t#o areas in par+ticular. Buccessful teachers& customer service representatives& and salespeople must be particularly s(illed at #or(ing #ith people. %i+nancial controllers& #eathermen& and statistical forecasters possess outstanding s(ills in #or(ing #ith data and information. .ngineers& mechanics& and computer technicians en$oy using their s(ills to #or( #ith things& and inventors& #riters& and advertising professionals must have solid creativity and idea s(ills. "or the #e$word e%ercise& lace most em hasis on wor#in! with data and information' uncover s#ills that are ob(ective and as s ecific as ossible.


Transferable s(ills are $ust thatAtransferable from one environment to another. -f you en$oy #or(ing #ith people& your specific transferable s(ills might include leadership& training& entertainment& mentoring& mediation& persuasion& public spea(ing& conflict resolution& or problem+solving s(ills. -f you en$oy #or(ing #ith data and information& your specific transferable s(ills might include research& analysis& proofread+ing& editing& arranging& budgeting& assessing& measuring& evaluating& surveying& or pricing. -f you en$oy #or(ing #ith things& your specific transferable s(ills might include (no#ledge of e*uipment& repair& main+tenance& installation& setup& troubleshooting& or building. 0nd finally& if you en$oy #or(ing #ith ideas& your specific transferable s(ills might include creating& developing& reengineering& restructuring& painting& #riting& problem solving& planning& or brainstorming. Bo ta(e 1 minutes& sit do#n #ith a pen& and paper and #rite do#n all the s(ills and abilities you possess that have value to a com+pany. Transferable s(ills are mar(etable and tangible *ualifications that #ill have value to many organi9ations. 0n accountant& human resources manager& or logistics manager at 3eneral <otors has tangi+ble transferable s(ills that are of value to many companies both in and out of the automotive industry.

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Belf+management s(ills are s(ills that are personality and value ori+ented. Belf+ management s(ills are those that describe your attitude and #or( ethic. They include creativity& energy& enthusiasm& logic& resourcefulness& productive competence& persistence& adaptability& and self+confidence. One cautionary note& ho#ever: Tr$ not to be too !eneral in describin! $our self)mana!ement s#ills. When you identify a specific s(ill& al#ays be prepared to e)plain ho# that s(ill #ill benefit a prospective employer. %or e)ample& if you8re analytical& ho# does that ma(e you better prepared for a position you have designed for yourselfF When you identify and recogni9e your s(ills& you begin to (no# your product. -f you (no# your product inside and out& you #ill never be caught off guard in an intervie#. -n fact& you #ill be able to reinforce your value by emphasi9ing specific accomplishments you8ve achieved in the past& using those specific s(ills. -n summary& #riting a resume #ith good (ey#ord descriptors re*uires that you identify your mar(etable s(ills because they repre+sent the heart of the resume. 4our ability to sell yourself confidently in an intervie# despite stiff competition depends on (no#ing your s(ills and communicating the benefits of those s(ills to the intervie#er. Btrategic resume preparation begins #ith identifying #hat you have to offer based on #here you plan to mar(et yourself. -t is the foundation for developing a po#erful resume& and #ill be the foundation of suc+cessful intervie#ing as #ell.

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1. When typing your resume out #ith the intent of emailing& ma(e sure it is in an 0B7-- format. 2. Hse (ey#ords heavily in the introduction of the resume& not at the end. 3. "ey#ords are almost al#ays nouns& related to s(ills& such as financial analysis& mar(et+ing&
accounting& or Web design.

4. When sending your resume via email in an 0B7-- format& attach :if you can; a nicely for+matted one
in case it does go through and the reader #ould li(e to see your creativity and preferred layout. -f you do attach it& use a common program li(e <B Word. . =on8t focus on an ob$ective in the introduction of the resume& but rather accomplish+ments& using (ey#ords to describe them. !. =on8t post your resume to your o#n Web site unless it is a very slic( page. 0 poorly e)ecuted Web page is more damaging than none at all. @. Defore you email your resume& e)periment sending it to yourself and to a friend as a test drive.

I. Joo( up the Web site of the company you are targeting to get recent ne#s information about ne#
products& etc.& and loo( for their $ob posting for ne# information.

K. Defore your intervie# or verbal contact& research the company8s Web site. 1'. Hse a font si9e bet#een 1' and 14 point& ma(e it all the same for an 0B7-- format re+sume& and don8t
create your resume for emailing #ith lines e)ceeding ! characters. 11. -n case your resume may be scanned& use #hite paper #ith no borders and no creative fonts.

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-nclude your email address on your resume and cover letter. =on8t email from your current employer8s -/ net#or(. =on8t circulate your #or( email address for $ob search purposes. -n the 2sub$ect6 of your email :$ust belo# the 2address to6 part;& put something more creative than 21esume .nclosed.6 Try 21esume sho#ing I years in telecommunications industry6 :if that is your chosen industry;& for e)ample. %or additional sources of online $ob searching& do a 2search6 on the Web for $ob searching& your company& and your specific discipline for additional information. De careful of your spelling on the -nternet. 4ou #ill notice more spelling errors on email e)changes than you #ill ever see in mailed letter e)changes. Try to ma(e sure your resume is scannable. This means it has a simple font& no borders& no creative lining& no bold face& no underlining& no italics& and limited if any columning. Though the practice of scanning is overestimated& it should still be a consideration. /urchase or chec( out of a library an -nternet directory listing the many lin(s to $ob op+portunities out there. There are thousands. -f you are using the email as your cover letter& (eep it brief. -f the reader is reading on screen& their tolerance for reading long information is reduced dramatically. 0l#ays bac( up #hat you can on a dis(. -f you post your resume to a ne#sgroup& first ma(e sure that this is acceptable to avoid any problems #ith other participants. 1emember that tabs and spaces are the only formatting you can do in 0B7--. <a(e sure you chec( your email every day. -f you are communicating via the -nternet& people may e)pect a prompt return. =on8t send multiple emails to ensure that one gets through. Try to send it #ith a confirmation of receipt& or (eep a loo( out for a notice from you -B/ that the message didn8t go through.
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25 7 !WORKI7G !IP#
1. T#o+thirds of all $obs are secured via the net#or(ing process. ,et#or(ing is a system+atic approach 2. 3. 4. . !.
to cultivating formal and informal contacts for the purpose of gaining information& enhancing visibility in the mar(et& and obtaining referrals. .ffective net#or(ing re*uires self+confidence& poise& and personal conviction. 4ou must first (no# the companies and organi9ations you #ish to #or( for. That #ill determine the type of net#or( you #ill develop and nurture. %ocus on meeting the 2right people.6 This ta(es planning and preparation. Target close friends& family members& neighbors& social ac*uaintances& social and reli+gious group members& business contacts& teachers& and community leaders. -nclude employment professionals as an important part of your net#or(. This includes headhunters and personnel agency e)ecutives. They have a #ealth of (no#ledge about $ob and mar(et conditions. the listing so you have separated top+priority contacts from lo#er+priority ones.

@. 1emember& net#or(ing is a numbers game. Once you have a net#or( of people in place& prioriti9e I. Bometimes you may have to pay for advice and information. /aying consultants or pro+fessionals or
investing in -nternet services is part of the $ob search process today& as long as it8s legal and ethical.

K. "no# #hat you #ant from your contacts. -f you don8t (no# #hat you #ant& neither #ill your
net#or( of people. Bpecific *uestions #ill get specific ans#ers. 1'. 0s( for advice& not for a $ob. 4ou should not contact someone as(ing if they (no# of any $ob openings. The ans#er #ill invariably be no& especially at higher levels. 4ou need to as( for things li(e industry advice& advice on geographic areas& etc. The $ob insights #ill follo# but #ill be almost incidental. This positioning #ill build value for you and ma(e the contact person more comfortable about helping you. 11. Watch your attitude and demeanor at all times. .veryone you come in contact #ith is a potential member of your net#or(. =emonstrate enthusiasm and professionalism at all times.

12. "eep a file on each member of your net#or( and maintain good records at all times. 0 #ell+
organi9ed net#or( filing system or database #ill yield superior results.

13. 3et comfortable on the telephone. 3ood telephone communication s(ills are critical. 14. Travel the 2information high#ay.6 ,et#or(ing is more effective if you have email& fa)& and
computer capabilities.

1 . De #ell prepared for your conversation& #hether in person or over the phone. 4ou should have a
script in your mind of ho# to ans#er *uestions& #hat to as(& and #hat you8re try+ing to accomplish.

1!. =o not fear re$ection. -f a contact cannot help you& move on to the ne)t contact. =o not ta(e re$ection
personallyAit8s $ust part of the process.

1@. %latter the people in your net#or(. -t8s been said that the only t#o types of people #ho can be
flattered are men and #omen. Hse tact& courtesy& and flattery. 1I. -f a person in your net#or( cannot personally help& advise& or direct you& as( for refer+rals.

1K. "eep in touch #ith the ma$or contacts in your net#or( on a monthly basis. 1emember& out of sight&
out of mind.

2'. =on8t abuse the process. ,et#or(ing is a t#o+#ay street. De honest and brief and offer your contacts
something in return for their time& advice& and information. This can be as simple as a lunch& or offering your professional services in return for their cooperation.

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Bho# an interest in your contacts. 7avette 1obert& one of the founders of the ,ational Bpea(ers 0ssociation& said& 2/eople don8t care ho# much you (no#& until they (no# ho# much you care.6 Bho# ho# much you care. -t #ill get you any#here. 21. Bend than(+you notes follo#ing each net#or(ing contact. 22. Bee( out (ey net#or(ing contacts in professional and trade associations. 23. 7arry calling cards #ith you at all times to hand out to anyone and everyone you come in contact #ith. -nclude your name& address& phone number& areas of e)pertise& andLor specific s(ill areas.

24. Bociali9e and get out more than ever before. ,et#or(ing re*uires dedication and mas+sive amounts
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1. =evelop a team of people #ho #ill be your board of directors& advisors& and mentors. The *uality of
the people you surround yourself #ith #ill determine the *uality of your re+sults.

2. /lan a mar(eting strategy. =etermine ho# many hours a #ee( you #ill #or(& ho# you8ll divide your
time& and ho# you8ll measure your progress. Gob searching is a business in itselfAand a mar(eting strategy is your business plan. 3. -dentify 2 : ' #ould be better; companies or organi9ations that you #ould li(e to #or( for.

4. 7ontact the companies& or do some research& to identify hiring authorities. . =efine your net#or( :see 2,et#or(ing Tips6;. <a(e a list of everyone you (no# includ+ing !. @. I. K. 1'. 11.
relatives& friends& ac*uaintances& family doctors& attorneys& and 7/0s& the cleaning person& and the mail carrier. >irtually everyone is a possible net#or(ing contact. /rioriti9e your list of contacts into three categories: 1; Btrong& approachable contacts& 2; good contacts or those #ho must be approached more formally& and 3; those #ho you8d li(e to contact but can8t #ithout an introduction by another party. Bet up a filing system or database to organi9e and manage your contacts. =evelop a script or letter for the purpose of contacting the (ey people in your net#or(& as(ing for advice& information& and assistance. Then start contacting them. 0ttempt to find a person& or persons& in your net#or( #ho can ma(e an introduction into one of the 2 or ' companies you8ve noted in number 3. Bpend ! to @' percent of your time& energy& and resources net#or(ing because ! to @' percent of all $obs are secured by this method. 7onsider contacting e)ecutive recruiters or employment agencies to assist in your $ob search.

12. -f you are a recent college graduate& see( out assistance from the campus career center. 13. Bcout the classified advertisements every Bunday. 1espond to ads that interest you& and loo( at other
ads as #ell. 0 company may be advertising for a position that does not fit your bac(ground& but say in the ad they are 2e)panding in the area&6 etc. 4ou have $ust identified a gro#ing company.

14. Bee( out advertisements and $ob opportunities in specific trade $ournals and maga9ines. 1 . 0ttend as many social and professional functions as you can. The more people you meet& the better
your chances are of securing a position *uic(ly.

1!. Bend out resumes #ith customi9ed cover letters to targeted companies or organi9ations. 0ddress the 1@. 1I. 1K. 2'. 21. 22.
cover letter to a specific person. Then follo# up. Target small to medium+si9ed companies. <ost of the opportunities are coming from these organi9ations& not large corporations. 7onsider contacting temporary agencies. 0lmost 4' percent of all temporary personnel are offered permanent positions. Today& a greater percentage of middle and upper man+agement& as #ell as professionals& are #or(ing in temporary positions. Hse online services. 0merica Online& /rodigy& and 7ompuBerve have career services& em+ployment databases& bulletin boards& and online discussion and support groups& as #ell as access to the -nternet. This is the #ave of the future. -f you are #or(ing from home& be sure the room you are #or(ing from is inspiring& or+gani9ed& and private. This is your space and it must motivate youM -f your plan is not #or(ing& meet #ith members of your support team and change the plan. 4ou must remain fle)ible and adaptable to change. 1ead and observe. 1ead maga9ines and ne#spapers and listen to 7,D7& 7,,& and so on. ,otice #hich companies and organi9ations are on the move and contact them.

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Bet small& attainable& #ee(ly goals. "eep a #ee(ly progress report on all your activities. Try to do a little more each #ee( than the #ee( before. 23. Btay active. .)ercise and practice good nutrition. 0 $ob search re*uires energy. 4ou must remain in superior physical and mental condition. 24. >olunteer. 5elp those less fortunate than you. What goes around comes around.


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1. 1ela). The employment intervie# is $ust a meeting. 0nd although you should not treat this meeting
lightly& don8t forget that the organi9ation intervie#ing you is in need of your services as much as& or perhaps more than& you are of theirs. 2. The (ey to successful intervie#ing is rapport building. <ost people spend their time preparing for intervie#s by memori9ing canned responses to anticipated *uestions. Buc+cessful intervie#ers spend most of their time practicing the art of rapport building through the use of po#erfully effective communicating techni*ues. 3. /repare a manila folder that you #ill bring to the intervie#. -nclude in the folder: 1E company information :annual reports& sales material& etc.; 2E e)tra resumes :!?12; and your letters of reference 3E 1 *uestions you8ve prepared based on your research and analysis of the company 4E a blan( legal pad& pen& and anything else you consider helpful :e.g.& college transcripts; 4. =ress appropriately. =etermine the dress code and meet it. -f their dress is business ca+sual& you still need to be dressed in business professional. /ractice proper grooming and hygiene.

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Bhoes& of course& must be polished. Wear limited $e#elry. 7all the day before and confirm the appointmentAit #ill set you apart. De certain that you (no# e)actly #here you8re going. 0rrive in plenty of time. 4ou should be at the receptionist8s des( 1'?12 minutes before the scheduled intervie#. /rior to meeting the receptionist& chec( your appearance. 7hec( your hair& clothing& and general image. Test your smile. Becretaries& administrative assistants& and receptionists often have a say in the hiring process. <a(e a strong first impression #ith them. Joo( around the office and search for artifacts that disclose the personality and culture of the companyAand possibly the intervie#er. This information #ill be helpful in ini+tially brea(ing the ice& #hen you first begin discussions. De a#are of your body language. Bit erect& #ith confidence. When standing and #al(ing& move #ith confidenceM 4our handsha(e should be firm& made #ith a #ide+open hand& fingers stretched #ide apart. Women should feel comfortable offering their hands and firm and friendly hand+sha(es. 0 po#er handsha(e and great smile #ill get you off to a great start. .ye contact is one of the most po#erful forms of communicating. -t demonstrates confi+dence& trust& and po#er. =uring the intervie#& lean for#ard to#ard the intervie#er. Bho# enthusiasm and sincere interest.

1!. Ta(e notes during the intervie#. 4ou may #ant to refer to them later in the intervie#. -f you are
uncomfortable #ith this& as( permission first. 1@. De prepared for all *uestions& especially uncomfortable ones. Defore the intervie#& script out a one+ page response for each *uestion that poses a problem for you& and practice repeating it until you8re comfortable #ith it. 1I. 7ommunicate your s(ills& *ualifications& and credentials to the hiring manager. =escribe your mar(et value and the benefits you offer. Demonstrate how $ou will contribute to the bottom line. Bho# ho# you can 1; improve sales& 2; reduce costs& 3; improve productivi+ty& or 4; solve organi9ational problems. 1K. "ey in on s ecific accom lishments. 0ccomplishments determine hireability. They sepa+rate the #inners from the runners+up.

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Jistening s(ills are pricelessM Gob offers are made to those #ho listen #ell& find hidden meanings& and ans#er *uestions in a brief but effective manner. 2'. Jet the intervie#er bring up salary first. The purpose of an intervie# is to determine #hether there is a match. Once that is determined& salary should then be negotiated. 21. There is no substitute for planning and preparation& practice and rehearsingA absolute)l$ none.

22. /ractice intervie#ing techni*ues using video technology. 0 minimum of five hours of video practice&
preferably more& guarantees a stellar performance. 23. 7lose the sale. -f you find that you #ant the position& as( for it. 0s( directly& 2-s there anything that #ould prevent you from offering me this position no#F6 or 2=o you have any reservations or concernsF6 :if you sense that;. 0t the very least& this should flush out any ob$ections and give you the opportunity to turn them into positives. 24. 0l#ays send a than(+you note #ithin 24 hours of every employment meeting.

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25 #ALARY 7 GO!IA!I7G !IP#

1. %rom the moment you ma(e initial contact #ith any company or organi9ation you #ish to #or( #ith& 2. 3. 4. . !. @. I.
you are in negotiation. 4ou may not be discussing money openly& but you are ma(ing a permanent imprint on the minds of the hiring authorities. =elay all discussions of salary until there is an offer on the table. 4ou are in the strongest negotiating position as soon as the offer is made. "no# your value. 4ou must (no# ho# you can contribute to the organi9ation. .stablish this in the mind of the hiring manager. 3et employers enthusiastic about your candidacy& and they #ill become more generous. There is no substitute for preparation. -f you are #ell prepared& you8ll be confident& self+assured& and poised for success. /rior to going into employment negotiations& you must (no# the average salary paid for similar positions #ith other organi9ations in your geographical area. /rior to going into employment negotiations you must (no#& as best you can& the salary range that the company you8re intervie#ing #ith #ill pay& or #hat former employees #ere earning. and ho# they relate to numbers @ and I above.

K. /rior to going into employment negotiations& you must (no# your personal needs and re+*uirements& 1'. 1emember& fringes and per(s& such as vacation time& fle) time& health benefits& pension plans& and so
on& have value. 7onsider the 2total6 salary pac(age.

11. Balary negotiations must be #in+#in negotiations. -f they8re not& everybody loses in the end. 12. De fle)ibleN don8t get hung up on trivial issues& and al#ays see( compromise #hen pos+sible. 13. Jisten carefully and pay close attention. 4our goals #ill most li(ely be different from the goals of the
employer. %or instance& the firm8s main focus might be 2base salary.6 4ours might be 2total earning potential.6 Bo a #in+#in solution might be to negotiate a lo#er base salary but a higher commission or bonus structure. 0nticipate ob$ections and prepare effective ans#ers to these ob$ections. Try to understand the employer8s point of vie#. Then plan a strategy to meet both the employer8s concerns and your needs. =on8t be afraid to negotiate out of fear of losing the offer. <ost employers e)pect you to negotiate as long as you negotiate in a fair and reasonable manner. 0l#ays negotiate in a #ay that reflects your personality& character& and #or( ethic. 1emain #ithin your comfort 9one. ,ever lose control. 1emain enthusiastic and upbeat even if the negotiations get a little hot. This might be your first test under fire. /lay hardball only if you8re #illing to #al( a#ay from& or lose& the deal. What you lose in the negotiations #ill most li(ely never be recouped. =on8t be careless in preparing for or conducting the negotiation. De sure to get the offer and final agreement in #riting. 4ou should feel comfortable as(ing the employer for 24 to 4I hours to thin( about the deal if you need time to thin( it over. ,ever lin( salary to personal needs or problems. 7ompensation should al#ays be lin(ed to your value. Hnderstand your leverage. "no# if you are in a position of strength or #ea(ness and negotiate intelligently based on your personal situation. .nd salary negotiations on a friendly and cheerful note.

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25 "7CO78 7!IO7AL ! CH7IC" # ;OR "7CO8 RI7G A76 # C"RI7G 7 W OPPOR!"7I!I #

1. -f you see a classified ad that sounds really good for you but only lists a fa) number and no company
name& try to figure out the company by trying similar numbers. %or e)am+ple& if the fa) number is +4 IK& try +4 '' or +4'''& and get the company name and contact person so you can send a more personali9ed letter and resume. Bend your resume in a /riority <ail envelope for the serious prospects. -t only costs O3& but #ill stand out and get you noticed. 7hec( the targeted company8s Web siteN they may have postings there that others #ith+out computer access haven8t seen. -f you see a classified ad for a good prospective company but for a different position& con+tact them any#ay. -f they are ne# in to#n :or even if they8re not;& they may have other nonadvertised openings. 0l#ays have a personali9ed card #ith you in the event that you meet a good net#or(ing or employment prospect. 0l#ays have a *uic( personal briefing rehearsed to spea( to someone. ,et#or( in non#or( environments& such as a happy+hour bar :a great opportunity to net#or(; or an airport. ,et#or( #ith your college alumni office. <any college graduates list their current employers #ith that office& and they may be a good source of leads& even out of state. <ost ne#spapers list all the ne# companies that have applied for business licenses. 7hec( that section and contact the ones that appear appealing to you. 7all your attorney or accountant and as( them if they can refer you to any companies or business contactsN perhaps they have a good business relationship that may be good for you to leverage.

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11. 7ontact the 7hamber of 7ommerce for information on ne# companies moving into the local area. 12. =on8t give up if you8ve had $ust one re$ection from a company you are targeting. 4ou shouldn8t feel 13. 14. 1 . 1!. 1@. 1I. 1K. 2'.
that you have truly contacted that company until you have contacted at least three different people there. Goin net#or(ing clubs and associations that #ill e)pose you to ne# business contacts. 0s( stoc(bro(ers for tips on #hich companies they identify as fast gro#ing and good companies to gro# #ith. <a(e a list of everyone you (no# and use them as a net#or( source. /ut an endorsement portfolio together and mail out #ith targeted resumes. .mploy the hiring proposal strategy. :Bee 101 Best Cover Letters.; /ost your resume on the -nternet& selecting ne#s groups and bulletin boards that #ill readily accept it and match your industry and discipline. =on8t forget to demonstrate passion and enthusiasm #hen you are meeting #ith people& intervie#ing #ith them& and net#or(ing through them. Joo( in your industry8s trade $ournals. ,early all industries and disciplines have sever+al& and most have advertising sections in the bac( that list potential openings #ith companies and recruiters. This is a great resource in today8s lo#+unemployment envi+ronment.

21. >isit a $ob fair. %or most professionals& there #on8t be managerial positions recruited for& but there
#ill be many companies present& and you may discover a hot lead. -f they are recruiting in general& you should contact them directly for a possible fit. 22. =on8t overloo( employment agencies. They may seem li(e a #ea( possibility& but that may uncover a hidden opportunity or serve as a source to net#or( through. 20 Ti!s and TechniJ es

Joo( for companies that are promoting their products using a lot of advertising. Bales are probably going #ell& and they may be good hiring targets for you. 23. 7all a prospective company and simply as( them #ho their recruiting firm is. -f they have one& they8ll tell you& and then you can contact that firm to get in the door. 24. 7ontact every recruiter in to#n. Defriend them& and use them as net#or(ing sources if possible. 0l#ays than( them& to the point of sending them a small gift for helping you out. This #ill pay off in dividends in the future. 1ecruiters are al#ays good contacts.

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7onsolidated benefits accounting system for divisions located in four states throughout Hnited Btates. =irected implementation of state+of+the art accounting soft#areN trained staff on use.
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Bpearheaded collection methods& clearing O4 &''' in past+due accounts. Trained staff members on ne# collection techni*ues to improve profit gains. Oversa# accounts receivables during t#o corporate mergers.

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3aura 3ongev KKK 7oncourse Doulevard

<eriden& 7onnecticut '!4 ! :I!'; +1122 L emailQemail.com Actuary &ociety o' Actuaries 2ellow 3i'e and -ealth 1nsurance Employee Bene'its Pensions American &ociety o' Pension Actuaries /ensions specialist #ith a bac(ground in insurance plans. /roficient in mortality and disability table construction. B(illed in statistical analysis soft#are. Trained in latest valuation tech+ni*ues. Core &trengths /ension valuations .arnings distribution 0nnuity and /ension design Bolid communication s(ills Pro'essional Experience <il( < .nterprises& 7hicago& -llinois


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Education Hniversity of /ennsylvania Bachelor o' &cience) #athematics



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Treated over 2'&''' patients in hospitals and clinics since 1KI2.

/atient satisfaction rated very high in interpersonal interactions. 7onducted more than 2 clinical studies since 1KK . 1ecogni9ed by the 0B05C as a 2Top 2 6 0nesthesiologist in 2''1. Belected as a member of the 0B05C Doard of =irectors in 2''2.

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Expert *e+ Applicati on !eveloper Proven a+ility to trans'orm concepts into working) sta+le applications. Outstanding analytical& problem+

integrate Web sites #ith data+base servers& and code ne# programs and ne# server components. 0ddress and resolve numer+ous technical issues.

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Belected to lead the development of the WinDridge game client product.

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solving and decision+ ma(ing s(ills. 0ble to solve comple) problems #ith efficient solutions. /roficient in managing multiple pro$ects. <ultilingualAflu+ ent in /ortuguese and .nglish. Core &trengths /rogramming 0bility Dusiness <anagement B(ills -nfrastructure /lanning 7ode Testing Pro'essional Experience 0"T->T.".com& Bierra& ,evada .eb * lication Develo er/0wner =evelop applications& analy9e data& plan infrastructure and deployment for Web sites. =efine and analy9e re*uirements& design& code& and implement core elements in the company8s prod+uct line. /erform ob$ect+ oriented Web application development&

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Christopher A I@' 7levelan 0venue

Bt. /aul& <innesota 1'4 :! 1; +2 KK L emailQemail.com 3icensed Architect $egistered in #innesota) *isconsin) 1owa) and #ichigan 2luent in English) &panish) and 2rench Pro'icient with AutoCA!) 2ormA) B! &tudio) #& .''ice) Pagemaker =emonstrated success in e)ploring the relationship bet#een architecture and the environ+ment& preservation& and accessibility through the discourse of design. 0ble to enhance the un+derstanding& (no#ledge& and philosophy brought forth in *uality architecture. Core &trengths /ublic architecture /rogram definition /resentation graphics 0mericans #ith =isabilities 0ct Pro'essional Experience BT0T. O% <-,,.BOT0& Bt. /aul& <innesota 1KK to 7urrent *rchitect1 Bureau of +n!ineerin! <id#est region8s recogni9ed authority in the analysis& documentation& and restoration of his+toric log structures& completing 4 pro$ects to date. Bcope of pro$ect management encompasses manpo#er allocation& feasibility studies& site and cost analysis& estimating& and management budgets. Berved on the Technology /lanning 7ommittee& revie#ing and implementing tools and systems for the 0rchitectural Hnit. =esign& develop& and manage public par(& rural& and city pro$ects& from proposal development through ne# and restorative construction phases.


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Hniversity of <innesota& <inneapolis& <innesota #aster o' Architecture) 5666 Bachelor o' Architecture) 5676

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#aria 3ane 1idge#ay Bherman

Oa(s& 7alifornia K134' :I1I; 2222 L emailQemail.com

133/&0$A0.$ A$01&0 !E&1GNE$ Creative Artist !esigner Experienced in !iverse #ediums. &trong &ense o' Color) !etail) Balance) and Proportion. 0alented in 1nterpreting Needs o' Clients. 7reative artistLdesigner #ho consistently e)ceeds client e)pectations. =eveloped business im+ages and design graphics& logos& illustration& murals& and te)tiles for #ide range of corporate and private clients. D.0. in art #ith strong computer s(ills including 70=& 0dobe -llustrator& /age<a(er& /hotoshop& Cuar(& etc. Wor(s #ell independently as #ell as collaboratively in a team environment. B(illed in monitoring trends and styles. Core &trengths -llustrations B(etch 0rtist Jogos Dusiness -mages 7reative =irection Pro'essional Experience 1KK L/rese nt 5.01T%.JT 310/5-7B& .ncino& 70 Te)tile 0rtist L =esigner =esign product line for multimillion manufacturer of te)tiles. <onitor fashion trends and styles to conceive ne# designs that 2#in6 accounts and meet consumer demand. 7reated sea+sonal and proprietary branded designs for retail mass mar(et. 7reate business images includ+ing logos& pac(aging& illustrations& and murals for office decor.


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7onceived innovative designs that generated #idespread industry recognition for company and increased sales fourfold. 7reated designs that have become classics and bro(e all sales records.
7onsistently met critical deadlines in a fast+paced environment. =eveloped specialty pac(aging for soft+drin( product launch.

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Bpearheaded goal+based strategic visioning and planning committee& #hich has implement+ed benchmar(ed ob$ectives for member services. -ncreased membership by over 'R #ithin t#o years& #ith record+brea(ing recruitment and rene#al rates and targeted program e)pansion. 7ontrolled costs and saved O &''' through in+depth insurance revie#.

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Auditing &pecialist 5E-:ear Career Ensuring 0ight 2inancial Controls 1nternal $evenue &ervice Pu+lic Accounting Corporate Accounting .perational Audit and Corporate !evelopment Expertise Droad career path has enhanced auditing e)pertise from the perspectives of government regu+latory and compliance auditor& public accounting auditor& and corporate controller. Btay proac+tive #ith audit techni*ues& accounting methods& and codes and regulations. Core &trengths Cost avoidance % reduction Ta) audits 0sset P liability management /rofitLloss :/PJ; analysis Pro'essional Experience -,T.1,0J 1.>.,H. B.1>-7.& Bt. /aul& <innesota 1KK to 7urrent


2inancial audits 0udit controls %inancial models 0udit management

*uditor /lanned and managed ta) and financial audits for businesses throughout <innesota& design+ing and implementing a comprehensive program of financial controls and accountability. .n+forced internal controls governing finance& accounting& capital assets& and technology ac*uisi+tions. -ntroduced proactive management techni*ues to strengthen focus on cost avoidance and reduction. Jed a team of 1' responsible for corporate ta) filings in more than !'' local& state& and federal $urisdictions.

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-ntegrated audit controls that reversed the previous e)ternal audit revie# findings.
5elped client reduce debt by 2IR through improved credit and collection processes. -mplemented financial controls reversing several companies8 previous year8s losses. Jed operational audits of Balvation 0rmy& ensuring federalLorgani9ation compliance.

Hniversity of <innesota& <inneapolis& <innesota Bachelor o' Business Administration( Accounting) 567E

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7./.0.& Btate of <innesota& since 1KI!

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pe ue Bervice& 2Dig I6 accounting firms& and rf corpo+rate settings. - have a trac( record of or directing financial and operational audit m management programs of businesses an #orld#ide. -n doing so& - have established a ce structured process to e)pedite regulatory #i compliance auditing& reporting& and th defense. One of my strengths is in in implementing stringent audit controls to -n accommodate internal and e)ternal audit te revie#s. - can create sound financial status rn through internal and e)ternal controls al focused on due diligence. Btrong computer 1 systems e)pertise also ensures my ability to ev distinguish bet#een problems caused by en systems errors or fla#ed input.



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Greg 2antin productivity. !!22' <agnolia Core &trengths Doulevard .ncino& O.< P 0fter+<ar(et /arts 7lient 1elations 7alifornia K131! :I1I; .)pense 7ontrol BhippingL1eceiving +1111L emailQemail. Team Duilding P Jeadership com Pro'essional Experience A/0.#. B13E PA$0& #ANAGE $ 2ive :earsF Automotiv e 1ndustry Experienc e> 0hree :ears as #anager &trong Custome r &ervice .rientati on 0HTO H,->.1B.& Jos ngeles& 70

-nventory <anagement /PJ 1esponsibility Warehouse Operations Btaff =evelopment Organi9ational B(ills 1KK@L/rese nt

.ncino& 70

*uto 3arts Mana!er =irect day+to+day operations of leading auto parts retailer #ith full /PJ responsibility. .nsure high level of customer serviceLsupport.

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-ncreased sales by average of 1 R annually through combination of e)cellent staff training and mentoring& improved merchandising efforts& and continued focus on customer service. -mplemented inventory controls that streamlined product delivery #hile concurrently re+ducing theft and loss. 1ecruited& trained& and developed V1 team out of 2 stores in Western 1egion. -nitiated mentoring program #ith local schools& culminating in recognition by local govern+ment officials for community support& and generating positive publicity for company.

Education 70J-%O1,-0 BT0T. H,->.1B-T4& Jos 0ngeles& 70 D.0. in Dusiness 0dministration

0rack $ecord o' &ales Growt h and 1ncreas ed &ta'' Produc tivity -n+depth automotive and auto parts (no#ledge. Btrong entrepreneurial drive #ith e)cellent communication& organi9ational& and problem+solving abilities. /roven ability to increase sales& reduce costs& and motivate teams to achieve high levels of

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, - am familiar #ith all aspects of automotive parts operations& #ith five years direct.? e)perience includ+ing three years management level e)perience. 4ou need strong customer service s(ills since this posi+

tion deals #ith customers constantly& and - am very comfortable #or(ing #ith the public. - am also e)+perienced at managing tight inventory controls that ensured timely delivery of products #hile reducing losses and theft. %inally& at 0uto Hniverse& sales increase by about 1 R annually through combination of e)cellent staff training and improved merchandising.




@e'' 4ilpatric 1K2+3 32nd 0 %lushing& ,4


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Banking Branch #anager 2ive :earsF Pro'ita+le Branch .perations Experience !eep 4nowledge o' Bank Products) Practices) and Procedures Committed to Customer &ervice and Community $elations 5igh+energy professional #ith fast+trac( hands+on ban(ing e)perience. B(illed in the strategic planning& sales building& and local brand building needed for a branch8s visibility and viability in this competitive industry. Core &trengths Dusiness =evelopment 0ction /lansLBales 3oals 7onsumer Dan(ing /rograms Dan( 7ompliance Pro'essional Experience 0storia %ederal Bavings& Dayside& ,4


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Branch Mana!er& Ba$side and "lushin! <anage all ban(ing activities and 2'+member staff for t#o neighborhood branches of this lead+ing ,e# 4or( <etro retail ban(ing institution. =irect and train staff in deposit and loan pro+duction& merchant services& consumer credit and mortgage administration& -nternet and 0T< ban(ing& and customer service strategies. 0ctively develop relationships #ith local businesses and community leaders.

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3enerated 22R revenue increase by increasing customer retention.

<anaged turn(ey opening and staffing of ne# %lushing branch. -nitiated profitable 2,eighborhood =ays6 branch promotions. /artnered #ith merchants to raise visibility through community events.

Cueens 7ollege& The 7ity Hniversity of ,e# 4or(& %lushing& ,4 Bachelor o' Arts( Business Administration) 566G

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I(ter3iew CGA "si(9 Keywords

*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

manager #ho has fast+trac(ed from teller& to 0s assistant manager& to branch manager an #ithin a fe# short years& - have a hands+on e) understanding of all facets of ban(ing at the perbranch level. -8ve used that (no#ledge to innovative customer+driven ien develop ce programs that have de+livered a 22R d revenue increase this year& despite a lagging braeconomy. 7ustomer retention rates have nc gro#n by over 2'R as #ell. Our customers h and staff are happy& our operations are lean& and our mar+gins reflect that.


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Patricia A. Evans transactions #ithin established guidelines. -dentify and ma(e ancillary sales referrals& recommend alternate channels& cross+sell ban( services and products for Wells %argo partners& and render consistently superior 1234 Olde /ost 1oad customer service. /rovide access to processed data retrieval for ban(ing customers. 0dditional responsibilities Jovington& include safe deposit& merchant& and vault operations& 0T< processing& bond and coupon sale& foreign ,e# <e)ico currency e)change& night shift loc(bo) processing& and funds transfer operations. II2!' : '!; +1122 L 1 ,oticed for maintaining full accountability of transactions. emailQemai 2 1ecogni9ed for computing figures #ith speed and accuracy. l.com BAN4 0E33E$ 4 0#arded 2Teller of the 4ear6 for providing continuously superior customer service. Accura cy Education !epend 7ity Hniversity of ,e# 4or(& ,e# 4or(& ,e# 4or( a+ility Bachelor o' &cience Accounting) 566B E''icien cy 1 ,B% Bcholarship recipient Bonded to handle large

0ble to satisfy consistently stringent audit e)aminations.

/ast /resident& 7ity Hniversity 0lumni 0ssociation

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I( te r 3i e 5ighly *ualified Bank 0eller #ith w e)tensive e)perience as a cash handler and C customer ser+vice G representative. 7ustomer focused& A goal oriented& #ith e)cellent verbal " communication and si interpersonal s(ills. ( Core &trengths %unds Transfer Operations 9 %oreign .)change 7onversions /rocessed =ata 1etrieval K Pro'essional Experience e W.JJB %013O& Jovington& ,e# <e)ico y Teller w /rocess customer

sums $econci liation Pro?ect &peciali st Back .perati ons Account ing

*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, With over five years of e)perience in transaction and branch automation ban(ing& a degree in ac+counting& and a superior record for accuracy& - offer immediate value to your team. <y biggest strengths are my mathematical ability& my enthusiasm& and my total dedication to *uality and personal and pro+fessional gro#th. - #ill al#ays do my best to provide your customers& my colleagues& and my supervi+sors #ith the level of performance they e)pect and deserve.

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*ilma 2. &andstone 1K@2 ,orth I

Btreet <il#au(ee& W- 3223 :414; +1122 L emailQemail.com Bene'its Coordinator Expertise in health) dental) li'e) A!%!) 30!) &0!) and pension plans Certi'ied Employee Bene'its &pecialist Employee Education Cost-e''ective approach to +ene'its administration 0 cost+effective professional #ith e)pertise in administering health& dental& life& 0=P=& JT=& BT=& and pension plans. B(illed analy9ing e)isting plans and e)amining ne# insurance plans that meet employee and corporate goals. Core &trengths .mployee education and training 7ost+effective plan selection -nsurance billing reconciliation .mployee satisfaction survey Pro'essional Experience %1-.,=B5-/ >-JJ03.& <il#au(ee& Wisconsin 1KK' to /resent


Denefits analysis and administration ,e# plan rollout and integration "no#ledge of employment la# 7ompliance #ith standards

Benefits Coordinator 1esearch& select& and administer insurance plans and employee benefit pac(ages for appro)i+mately 4'' employees& including health& dental& life& 0=P=& JT=& BT=& and pension plans. 7o+ordinate employee surveys to assess satisfaction levels and needs. 7onduct bi#ee(ly employee benefit orientations. /rocess family and medical leave paper#or(. 1econcile insurance billings. "eep abreast of current employment la#s.

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0s a result of an employee survey& adopted ne# dental plan that improved employee satis+faction and increased enrollment. 0naly9edLcoordinated integration of benefits for pending ac*uisition and its @3 employees.
=eveloped and administered successful on+site education program.

Education W501TO, B75OOJ O% T5. H,->.1B-T4 O% /.,,B4J>0,-0 :-nternational %oundation of Denefits;& /hiladelphia& /ennsylvania Certi'ied Employee Bene'its &pecialist 8CEB&9) 566<

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7ertified .mployee

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0dministration 4'1" and /ension

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.mployee Batisfaction

Burvey 7ompliance .mployee 1elations

-ncreased .nrollment

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.mployment Ja#s

Denefits Orientation =ocumentation

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to

ou 7ertified .mployee Denefits Bpecialist r #ith more than a decade of e)perience co researching& select+ing& and administering m cost+effective health& dental& life& 0=P=& pa JT=& BT=& 4'1"& and pension plans& - am ny confident - can select and administer plans , benefiting both employee and company goals. 0s a suc+cessful liaison and 0s resource& - educate ne# and e)isting a personnel in plan benefits& #hile ensuring sat+isfaction.

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0risha 0hompson 1 1 >al$ean 0venue .ncino& 7alifornia K131! :I1I; +1122 L emailQemail.com 2ull Charge Bookkeeper

5E :earsF Experience in All Aspects o' Bookkeeping through 0rial Balance P roa cti ve in &tr ea mli nin g Pr oce du res Ad ept at # ult ita ski ng Ex cel

) and Peachtree =etail+oriented professional committed to efficiency and thoroughness. Wor(s #ell indepen+dently as #ell as collaboratively in a team environment. /roven ability to process high volume of #or( accurately and meet critical deadlines #ith attention to detail. Core &trengths 0ccounts /ayableL1eceivable Trial Dalance /ayroll 7ollections Pro'essional Experience BTH=-O 7-T4 D<W& Btudio 7ity& 70

Gournal .ntries P 3eneral Jedger 0ccount P Dan( 1econciliations .)pense Trac(ing P 1eports 7lient 1elations

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"ull Char!e Boo##ee er 5andle all boo((eeping functions for busy D<W dealership& including 0ccounts 1eceivableL/ayable& /ayroll /rocessing& and -nvoicing. 0ccurately processed high volume of records in a fast+paced environment. 3enerate monthly trial balance. 1econcile ban( state+ments and (ey accounts identifying& researching& and analy9ing all variances. /rocess e)pense accounts and generate reimbursements. Tactfully follo# up on and resolve overdue receivables and collections. 7onsistently meet critical deadlines. /rovide additional general office support.

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Hpon hire& organi9ed si)+month bac(log of boo((eeping and accounting documentation.

7ollected on accounts that #ere seriously delin*uent. 7reated standardi9ed forms to process more e)pense accounts on timely basis.

Transitioned boo((eeping and payroll processes to Cuic(Doo(s and 0=/ respectively in re+ sponse to increasing #or( volume.

Education Jos 0ngeles >alley 7ollege& >alley 3len& 70 0.0. in 3eneral .ducationN 1KK4 References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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payroll processing. 4ou mentioned you have a fast+paced en+vironment& and our current operation processes a high volume *hy should we hire you)of records. - consistently meet critical what are your strengths)deadlines. Technically& - reconcile monthly and how do you seeaccounts and ban( statements& accounting yoursel' contri+uting tofor all variances& manage the 3J& and oversee all invoicing. - #or( #ell our company, independently as #ell as collaboratively in a team environment. have a thorough (no#ledge of all aspects of boo((eeping through trial balance. - am e)perienced in accounts receivable& accounts payable& and




Grace #athe K2@ The <ap /enni

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&enior Brand #anager Iice President o' Pepperidge 2arm !ivision) Camp+ell &oup Company 2i'teen :earsF Experience in Product !evelopment) 3aunch) and #arketing Cradle-to-Grave Product 3ine .versight -nspire teams to achieve& create& and bring products to mar(et& develop strategies to increase sales& develop systems to gro# productivity& reengineer processes to reduce costs& and lead business to profitability. Core &trengths 7radle+to+3rave /roduct Jife 7ycle /rofit P Joss :/PJ; <anagement /roductL<ar(et /ositioning /roductL<ar(et Jaunch Pro'essional Experience 7ampbell Boup 7ompany& 7amden& ,G


7ross+%unctional Team <anagement <ultigeneration /roduct /lans 7ompetitive -ntelligence Trend -dentificationL0nalysis

1KK2 to 7urrent

43 Mar#etin!& 3e erid!e "arm / Senior Brand Mana!er Bpearheaded revitali9ation and ne# product development for one of 7ampbell8s leading divi+sions& delivering five successful ne# products& creative pricing and service strategies& and inno+vative purchasing and cost+ reduction initiatives. <anage full product life cycle& 7+level rela+tionship building& strategic distribution partnerships& and continuous mar(et research for competitive advantage. -nitiatives have produced over O ' million in ne# sales in five years. <anage a multimillion+dollar /PJ and a staff of 1' directs.

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Jed 7oo(ieL7rac(er division to O1'' million in annual sales :T3'R;.

=elivered top profit contribution of company8s three divisions :T2 R;. Baved plant from closure by developing successful ne# snac( product. ,e# product has generated O3' million in sales in first t#o years.

The Wharton Bchool& Hniversity of /ennsylvania& /hiladelphia& /0 #.B.A.( #arketing) 566< Temple Hniversity& /hiladelphia& /0 Bachelor o' Arts( Economics) 567E References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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I(ter3iew CGA "si(9 Keywords

*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

Wi in the development& gro#th& or turnaround th of leading brands& - offer you a proven ov history of innovative mar(eting initiatives. er The s(ills and passion that - bring to brand 1 management& business development& and ye campaign management translate directly to ars the bottom line. <y leadership of cross+ 8 functional product teams has led ma$or pardivisions in "raft& <ars& and 7ampbell ticiBoup to ne# highs in productivity& mar(et pat share& and brand success. 4our mar(et iondomination is my goal.


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%ield -nspections 0utomated /ermitting 1esidential and 7ommercial 7onstruction Duilding Trade 7onstruction
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<aterials Btandards -nspection Ordinances 7ode 7ompliance 7ustomer Bervice Duilding 7ode 1e*uirements <aterial 0ssembly /ractices 7ode .nforcement Team Duilding 7ustomer 1elationship <anagement Duilding /lans Dlueprints 7onstruction Ja#s


0heresa #ascagni ial Construction 1@ <ercer Btreet <t. Jaurel& 7ertified -nspector :-7DO; e)perienced in building trade construction and building inspections& materials ,e# Gersey standards& inspection ordinances& and code compliance. Team player #ith e)emplary customer service 'I' 4 :I !; commitment. +4 I! L emailQemail Core &trengths Duilding 7ode 1e*uirements 0utomated /ermittingL-nspections .com Duilding <aterials Btandards 7ode and Ordinance .nforcement General <aterial 0ssembly /ractices Btate and Jocal 7onstruction Ja#s Building Team Duilding and <otivation 7ustomer 1elationship <anagement 1nspector Pro'essional Experience 1nterna tional T1.,TO, /HDJ-7 WO1"B& Trenton& ,e# Gersey 1KI to 7urrent Con'ere General Buildin! ,ns ector ,,, nce o' Buildin /erform s(illed field inspections of residential and commercial buildings under construction or renovation. g 1evie# building plans and blueprints to determine compliance #ith codes& ordi+nances& and regulations. .''icial 7ommitted to providing *uality customer service& and ensuring struc+turally sound and safe buildings. Train& s evaluate& and supervise team of si) $unior inspectors. 81CB.9 Certi'ie 1 Jead inspection team in producing up to 3'' field inspections monthly& overseeing pro$ect d coordination #ith other city and county departments. & k i l l e d 2 i e l d 1 n s p e c t i o n s A u t o m a t e d P e r m i t t i n g $esi denti al and Com merc

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7aptured high level of customer satisfaction :IIR approval rating; by providing timely in+ spection #or( and responsive code enforcement. -ntroduced and maintain automated permitting and inspection soft#are& increasing depart+ment efficiency by 14@R and reducing labor costs.

Education Durlington 7ommunity 7ollege& /emberton& ,e# Gersey Associate o' &cience !egree) General EngineeringD567J

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-nternational 7onference of Duilding Officials 7ertificationA1KI

<ember& 7onstruction Technology 0ssociation of ,e# Gersey

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With training K in egeneral yengineer ing and w 1@ oyears8 r e)perien ce in ds(illed sinspecti onal * #or(& h have y gained s e)tensiv he o (no#led u ge in l building d inspecti wons& as e #ell as h state and i local r code e complia y nce o issues.

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Patti Coury 123 B. %ourth "e#an

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Call Center !irector -ighly Accomplished and Glo+ally Experienced Network Administration .perational 3eadership Expertise in Huality 1mprovement and Business !evelopment 3oal+oriented& technically adept& and highly motivated call center manager #ith a proven trac( record in building& mentoring& and motivating highly effective teams and e)ceeding corporate sales goals. Core &trengths 7ontract ,egotiations Btrategic /lanning 7ost 1eduction Bupplier <anagement ,et#or( 0dministration Pro'essional Experience T.J.7O< 7O</0,4


<ultisite Operation Outsourcing >endor ,egotiations 7ost 0nalysis Total Cuality <anagement :TC<;

1KI@ to 7urrent

Call Center Director 1ecruited to turn around operations& reduce turnover& drive profits& and boost morale. =evel+oped and implemented continuous process improvement approaches& integrated technology so+lutions& reengineered internal systems& and played a (ey role in business development. Jed benchmar(ing pro$ect to achieve productivity improvement and increase customer retention on inbound callsN significantly improved customer relations and communications.

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/layed a (ey role in supporting a (ey client8s global mar(et e)pansion.

7hampioned Total Cuality <anagement :TC<; programs. Bpearheaded employee recognition programs& reducing turnover by 2'R.

Oversa# net#or( administration and achieved cost reductions in hard#are by assigning a technical e*uipment manager to manage accessories.

Education -JJ-,O-B BT0T. 7OJJ.3.& <O130,& -llinois Bachelor o' Arts( Business Communications 567B


7ustomer 1elations
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<anagement Cuality -mprovement ,et#or( 0dministration 7all 7enter

Technology Bolutions

Dusiness =evelopment
Total Cuality <anagement :TC<;

0dvanced Technology 1eengineering 7ontinuous /rocess -mprovement 7ustomer Bervice /roductivity -mprovement 3lobal <ar(et .)pansion 7ost 1eduction /erformance -mprovement Jo# .mployee Turnover 7ustomer 1etention .fficiency -mprovement

I(ter3iew CGA "si(9 Keywords

*hy &hould .ur Company -ire :ou, - have a successful trac( record of managing call

ce ology standpoint and per+sonnel. - have nte improved failing call centers on t#o rs& occasions in different industries& #hile bot increasing profits& boosting morale& and h reducing employee turnover. The (ey fro factors in achieving these results have been m my ability to analy9e operations *uic(ly a and spearhead numerous programs& tec policies& and procedures to reengineer hn systems and achieve the corporate mission.

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C3*/Senior *ccountant /rovide full range of accounting and ta) services including audits& pro$ections& compilations and revie#& and ta) return preparation for corporations& partnerships& and individuals. =evelop and manage client relationships across diverse industries including entertainment& real estate& construction& and nonprofits& as #ell as high net #orth individuals. 1esearch comple) ta) is+sues. Train and supervise $unior staff members.

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-ntroduced technology solutions that standardi9ed in+house tas(s including audit #or(ing papers& financial reports& and ta) returns. 1educed time re*uired to complete audits and ta) returns by 3'R. 0dvised real estate holding company through various comple) due diligence and financing procedures. =irected preac*uisition audit of manufacturing operation considered for purchase by ma$or client. %indings resulting in recommendation that purchase not be completed. Buccessfully negotiated -1B ta) settlements on behalf of clients.

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,egotiated $oint venture #ith <alaysian firm to testLcorrect soft#are. Too( O1! million contract to O ' million& five+contract revenue stream.

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-enry 3. Cra 2@ .lm 7ircle <iamis burg& Ohio

4 34@ :K3@; +1 @3 L emailQemail.com Change $eengineering Consultant Experience Building &tart-/p) 0urnaround) % -igh-Growth Companies 2acilitate Corporate Cultural Change % Build &trategic Partnerships &killed $elationship #anager Customer-!riven #anagement &tyle .ntrepreneurial spirit and multiindustry e)perience. %acilitate business development and profit gro#th through emphasi9ing continuous process improvement and cost containment. Core &trengths Dusiness 7onsulting 7orporate -mage /roblem Bolving /roduct P Bervice /ricing Pro'essional Experience 710W%O1= P B.0JB& -,7.& <iamisburg& Ohio 7ontract ,egotiations Bales <anagement Teaming P Jeadership Training P =evelopment


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Business Consultant Buccessful leading start+up and underperforming organi9ations to industry leadership posi+tions and profitability through analy9ing operations& identifying problems& and restructuring processes. .)pert in competitive mar(et positioning and (ey customer relationship manage+ment. =eliver strong and sustainable financial gains in challenging mar(ets through decisive leadership.

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=irected start+up of multimillion+dollar real estate investment firm.

<anaged chain of 4'' health clubs from loss to O < annual profit. Btreamlined manufacturing plant to cut costs O ''" per month. ,egotiated merger bet#een t#o ma$or medical facilities.

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- and significant achievements #or(ing #ith ha start+up& turnaround& and high+gro#th ve businesses. have comprehensive cromanagement e)perience& and have been ss+ successful in re+structuring sales& indmar(eting& strategic and business planning& ust and information technology. - am a tough ry but fair negotiator #ho can create #inL#in e) outcomes. - am a s(illed public spea(er #ho peris com+fortable communicating cross+ ien culturally and across management and ce functional lines.


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#ary Beth Brissette 234 Bpyglass 7ircle Waterford& <ichigan ''''' :2'I; +'''' L emailQemail.com Chemist

results and analy9e those results to im+prove e)isting theories or develop ne# test methods. Exper tise in Chemi cal Corro sion $esea rch Btrong science& inorganic& and organic chemistry

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=eveloped a ne# process to reduce costs in mi)ing chemical compounds resulting in a O2 '&''' cost savings per year. 7hairperson of a 1egional 7onference of 7hemists and <aterial Bcientists on 7orrosion 1e+ search.

Education <ichigan Btate Hniversity& .ast Jansing& <ichigan #aster o' &cience !egree in Chemistry 566G

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=ean8s Jist& %our 4ears

I ( - am accurate& pay attention to detail& and have the t ability to focus. - am curious Core &trengths e and thrive on research and Organic 7hemistry r e)periments. - rely on /roficient 7omputer B(ills =ata 0naly9ation collaboration #ith other 3 Cuality 7ontrol professionals and #or( #ell Pro'essional Experience i #ith or #ithout su+ Chemist 75.<-70J <0,H%07TH1.1& 7ascade& e <ichigan pervision. - en$oy #or(ing /repare instructions #ith my hands building for plant #or(ers w scientific apparatus& that specify
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bac(ground. .)ceptional (no#ledge of chem+istry speciali9ing in research and development of polymer compounds and the effects of chemi+cal corrosion on super alloy metals.

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performing laboratory e)peri+ments& and computer modeling. - value the integrity of my #or(. - am a meticulous and organi9ed record (eeper. - have a #ell+ established net#or( of professional chemists #ith #hom - collaborate reg+ ularly.




!ana /r+an @2n street Omaha

,ebras(a !I1'2


+1122 L emailQemail.com City #anager

Economic !evelopment Business 3iaison #em+er 1nternational City County #anagement Association 3oal+oriented administrator #ith vision and s(ills to bring municipalities into the t#enty+first century. B(illed in cost+saving strategies and planning that bring initiatives to life #hile main+taining the integrity of e)isting communities. Core &trengths .conomic =evelopment 1egional 7ollaboration Uoning 1egulations Dudget 0dministration Pro'essional Experience 7ity of =es <oines& =es <oines& -o#a


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Cit$ Mana!er /repared and administered O12'<< annual municipal budget. 0ttended 7ouncil meetings and implemented policy of elected officials. <anaged 5uman 1esources #ith final decision on hiring and firing (ey personnel. =eveloped positive relationships #ith local media& businesses and community. ,egotiated contracts and revie#ed proposals for development pro$ects. 1eport+ed progress of 7ity departments in reaching goals.

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Jeveraged services through regional collaboration saving O!.2<< annually

=esigned 4outh Jeadership /ro$ect under -o#a state rene#able grant 7oordinated five+year neighborhood revitali9ation pro$ect =es <oines named in 1'' best places to live in 0merica 1KKK

7reighton Hniversity& Omaha& ,ebras(a Dachelor of 0rtsL/olitical Bcience 1KI@ <aster of 0rtsL HrbanLBuburban 0dministration 1KK2

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Buccessfully completed a O1.2< 7ity 3reenbelt renovation pro$ect& on time and #ithin bud+get.

Civil Engineer

Buccessfully completed a O .!< street and landscape redesign pro$ect saving the company O 1&'''. -mproved record+(eeping database by redesigning input logic.

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-daho Btate Hniversity& /ocatello& -daho Bachelor o' &cience !egree in Civil Engineering> 5677

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Gunior and Benior -nternship& JP0 .ngineeringN only offered to top t#o students.

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professionals. - am available immediately and have directly related e)perience.

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#ichael 3endl 113 Dartlett Btr Je#isto n& <aine

'424' :2'@; +@@@@ L emailQemail.com Police .''icer Crime &cene 1nvestigator Crime &cene 3a+ 2ingerprinting &pecialist Certi'ied in the /se o' Iaried &urveillance EMuipment 3aw en'orcement pro'essional #ith active involvement in all areas of police #or( including numerous court appearances as a #itness& volunteer participation in self+defense programs& and monitoring& revie#ing& and ma(ing recommendations for loc(+up and $ail security proce+dures. Core &trengths %ingerprint 0nalysis 7rime -nvestigations -nterrogations Pro'essional Experience Je#iston /olice =epartment& Je#iston& <aine 1KK@L/rese nt


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3olice 0fficer <onitor a specified geographic area for unla#ful or suspicious activities& and in some cases providing and dispatching assistance to those re*uiring medical assistance. /erform duties on a rotation basis #hile either #al(ing a beat #ith a fello# officer& driving a cruiser& or operating a motorcycle. Bpeciali9ed #or( involving crime scene investigations and undercover #or( is scheduled as needed.

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1ecogni9ed as the department8s fingerprinting e)pert.

/roficient at operating an into)ily9erN train other officers. >olunteer& labor relations liaison assisting union ste#ard. <ember& Gail Becurity 7ommittee.

Hniversity of <aine :JL0 7enter;& Je#iston& <aine Bachelors !egree( Criminal @ustice) 566C

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7reated an .)cel spreadsheet to trac( past+due invoices

=ecreased aging reports and increased monies collected by over 4'R Baved O2''' annually by negotiating a bul(+buying agreement 5elped automate 0/ and 01 Btreamlined staff payroll operations by creating an electronic form

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Glenna -a=e 11!@ %rederic( >alley /i(e

5uber 5eights& Ohio 4 42I :K3@; @3@@ L emailQemail.com

College GraduateDCommunications &eeking Entry-3evel Position in Communications #ultimedia 0raining( Advertising Communications) Broadcast % Electronic #edia) 0rade &how Presentations) % Pu+lic $elations Btrong combination of classroom training and hands+on e)perience. .nthusiastic and energetic top performer graduating in top five percent of class. -nternships completed #ith ma$or adver+tising agencies and corporations. Core &trengths /lanning P Organi9ation 7reative /roblem Bolving <ultitas(ing Team Jeadership Pro'essional Experience %J4,,+D1O=.1-7"& -,7.& 7incinnati& Ohio 1KK to 7urrent


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,ntern 0ssisted #ith campaign planning and management. 7onducted mar(et research& #rote direct mail letters and press releases& and designed electronic media :home page;. /roduced corporate identity through creating letterhead and logo. 7ontracted for creative services. 5elped develop publications& i.e.& ne#sletters and training manuals. /lanned and managed conferences and special eventsN coordinated comple) logistics.

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.)panded 0-=B 0#areness effort to community outreach programs.

Becured corporate sponsorship for 7ommunications 7ollege scholarship. Bpearheaded fund raising campaign that produced O1'" for food pantry. Jed grassroots campaign that defeated proposed teen center closing.

Wright Btate Hniversity& =ayton& Ohio Bachelor o' &cience) .rgani=ational Communication) ;<<;

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- held part+time and summer $obs for W companies that ranged from Web+based hil businesses to the performing arts& e advertising communications& and radio. att This& together #ith intern+ships my $unior en and senior years& gave me hands+on di e)perience in multimedia& public relations& ng and cre+ative services. This combination of col broad+based e)perience and formal leg education #ill help me *uic(ly come up to e& speed in your company& and enable me to ma(e valuable contributions from day one.


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@ason Pertowski alents Blend 0echnology) 0echniMues) and Communications I21 5arriet 0venue .)perience in the planning& development& and management of construction operations& #ith a record of Bouth consistent achievement in improving *uality& accountability& and efficiency. /roficient at managing <inneapolis simultaneous pro$ects to meet costsLdeadlines successfully. & <innesota 4'! :! 1; Core &trengths /lanned Hse =evelopment :/H=; +34'K L Bupervision and labor productivity Jand development and surveying <echanics and materials emailQemai 7ompetitive estimating and bidding Duilding construction and codes l.com Bpecifications and contracts Bafety and *uality control Construction Pro'essional Experience #anager B. &.) Co nst ru cti on # an ag em en t 5< :e ar sF Ex pe rie nc e 0 al en te d B ui ld er o' P hy si ca l 2 ac ili tie s B en e'i ci al to &o ci et y E cl ec tic 0 G/ D01TJ.TT 7O</0,-.B& <inneapolis& <innesota 1KK to 7urrent

Construction Mana!er Bupervise and coordinate construction management contract services for 1iverto#n& a 4 '&'''+s*uare+foot facility. =irect monthly safety meetings. 7oordinate layout and design& communi+cate #ith engineers and (ey personnel. /erform on+site inspection during all phases of con+struction pro$ects& including commercial& single and multifamily& #ater to#ers& plants and #aste#ater treatment facilities& barrac(s& fire stations& and other facilities. -nterpret specifica+tions& revie# bids& and prepare concise activity reports. <anage budget process and financial e)penditures.

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-mplemented program for in+house precast concrete that reduced materials costs by 24R
<ember of senior management team leading <inneapolis8s first /H= pro$ects =irected construction affairs for the mall renovation& a five+year& O2.I billion pro$ect

7oordinated O2 million in mi)ed+use property development pro$ect& as part of revitali9a+tion

,orth =a(ota Btate Hniversity& %argo& ,orth =a(ota Bachelor o' &cience( Construction #anagement) #ay ;<<;

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hat are G your A strength s) and how do " you see syoursel' i contri+u ting to (our 9compan y, Buccess K ein construct yion manage w ment oprompte r d me to denhance my real+ s#orld e)perien * h ce #ith a y related s D.B. h degree. o have u supervis l ed 2 to d 1''+ wperson e cre#sA h staff and irsubcontr e actors& y #ith o high u producti ) vity& wthrough

all ph ase s of pro $ec ts. Do th pro fes sor s an d sup erv iso rs ha ve co m me nd ed my abi lity to co me in or ahe ad of tim e #it h dea

dlines& #ithin or belo# costs. 23round+up6 #or( #ith a ma$or contractor and de+ veloper has e)posed me to commercial and residential construction. <y concentrated studies in land de+velopment and soilsLfoundations help me balance environmental and economic issues. - have significant cost estimating and competitive bidding e)perience on concrete and steel design structures. <y scope of abilities ranges from technical specifications and contracts& to articulate communications at all levels.




-anna 0hom 212+3@ 7orporal

"ennedy Btreet Dayside& ,4 113!' :@1I; +1122 L emailQemail.com Experienced 2inance and #arketing Pro'essional $ecent #.B.A. $ecipientDColum+ia /niversity 0hree :earsF Background with Ernst % :oung Committed to Achieving and &upporting Corporate .+?ectives 7ontribute to cross+functional success by facilitating communication across individual account teamsN supporting the sales processN interfacing #ith partners& clients& and support staffN and crafting value propositions. Core &trengths <ar(etingL/ositioning Btrategies <ar(eting 7ommunications Bpeed+to+<ar(et Bupport 1elationship <anagement Pro'essional Experience .rnst P 4oung& JJ/& ,e# 4or(& ,4


,iche <ar(eting Btrategic 0nalysis .vent /lanning /resentation 0bilities

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MarCom S ecialist& Mar#etin! Su ort Wor( closely #ith sales and mar(eting e)ecutives in support of .P4 partners in the <etro ,e# 4or( Ta) /ractice. Hsing e)perience and education in finance and mar(eting& provide a #ide array of mar(eting communications including pursuit pac(s& collateral pieces& and ne#sletters. Hsing technology abilities& produce multimedia presentationsLcommunications. 5andle public relations initiatives and seminar creation.

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/roduced unplanned& speed+to+mar(et seminar for managing partner.

7reated /ractice8s first standardi9ed& area+specific collateral pieces. Buggested and supported development of /ractice8s first intranet site. 7ontributed ideas and content for Ta) /ractice8s yearly mar(eting plan.

7olumbia Hniversity& ,e# 4or(& ,4 #.B.A.( 2inance) ;<<; %ordham Hniversity& ,e# 4or(& ,4 Bachelor o' Arts( Business) 5666 References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

three years8 bac(ground in finance& 0s mar(eting& and sales support #ith .rnst P a 4oung& - offer hands+on e)perience in an recarray of business functions in several entindustries& in+cluding health care& retail& < and hospitality. .P4 is a great training D ground and - have learned much in my time 0 there& fast trac(ing from entry+level support recpositions to managing team leader. -t has ipi been my practice to learn everything entpossible in every department& and - have #i done so #hile completing a rigorous <D0 th program at 7olumbia.



DB<. 0nalytical =etail+Oriented 0uto70= ,umerical aptitude .ngineering <echanical .ngineering =esign <athematics -nternship =ocumentation Team /layer
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3ouise B. Brown ect Contri+utions 0eam Player AutoCA! Pro'icient 22 0cton 1oad 0cton& <0 '24@I :K@I; + Technically+s(illed& highly motivated DB<. #ith hands+on mechanical engineering e)perience. -ntensive co+ 1212 L op e)perience assisting #ith the development of an alternative energy pro$ect. emailQemail.c om Core &trengths #echani cal Enginee rD College Graduat e Com +inin g soun d acad emic train ing with hand s-on expe rienc e # e c h <ath and technical s(ills =esign and documentation s(ills 7ommunication s(ills Wor(ing (no#ledge of #elding Education ,ortheastern Hniversity& Doston& assachusetts Bachelor o' &cience( #echanical Engineering ;<<5 Organi9ational s(ills =etail+oriented /arts repairLreplacement 0uto70= layouts


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Co)o 3osition /erformed duties in support of day+to+day operations at a lo#+head hydropo#er generating sta+tion. =eveloped .)cel spreadsheets and entered line+items to assist #ith pro$ect costing. .val+uated engineering problems and made recommendations. =eveloped 0uto70= layouts. 1e+sponded to %.17 :%ederal .nergy 1egulatory 7ommission; correspondence. Bpecified materials. /erformed cost estimating and price comparisons.

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/erformed preventative maintenance on parts of hydraulic turbines

5elped design an eel+#ay to maintain the %ish and Wildlife license Baved O2''' by negotiating more advantageous sheet metal contracts 7ontributed to e)ecuting endangered mussels recovery program

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, <y co+op placement gave me an opportunity to participate in the design& development& and implemen+tation of5? several engineering

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pro$ects. On the $ob& - supported the <echanical .ngineer at various stages of the pro$ect life cycle. - identified opportunities to reduce costs& recommended engineering so+lutions& and solved pro$ect problems. <y 0uto70= s(ills are e)cellent. -n the role of entry+level me+chanical engineer& - am ready to 2hit the ground running6 and ma(e valuable pro$ect contributions to a company.



@ohn @ustin


1'231 Jinden J Jos 0ngeles& 7alifornia K''4K :31';

+1111L emailQemail.com $ECEN0 C.33EGE G$A!/A0E *10- B.A. 1N ENG31&0rack $ecord o' Pro'essional Accomplishments in $etail &ales Excels in Customer &ervice 0enacious #otivated -igh Energy 5ard #or(ing and highly motivated #ith a strong #or( ethic. 7onsistently goes beyond the re+*uirements of the $ob to achieve company goals. Jearns *uic(ly& en$oys challenges and #or(s #ell independently as #ell as collaboratively in a team setting. Trac( record of accomplish+ments in retail sales positions. Core &trengths Organi9ational 0bilities 7lient 1elations Time <anagement /roblem Bolving 1elationship Duilding 7omputer B(ills Education Hniversity of 7alifornia at Jos 0ngelesN 2''2 D.0. in .nglish Pro'essional Experience %0B5-O, WO1J=& Jos 0ngeles& 70 3art)Time and Seasonal 3ositions Assistant #anager :2'''L/resent; &ales Associate :1KK@L2'''; /romoted to 0ssistant <anager of O2. million location of national retailer. Oversee smooth functioning of day+to+day operations& consistently meeting or e)ceeding sales goals #hile maintaining stable payroll e)pense. .nsure high level of customer satisfaction. 5ire& train& schedule& and motivate team of 1 L2' sales associates. 1KK@L/resent


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-ncreased sales in men8s department by more than 'R.

=eveloped reputation for s(illed merchandising.

-mplemented #ee(ly coaching meetings that enhanced staff morale& fostered team building& and reduced absenteeism.

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Charles $. #iller w Coordination % #ission Planning &kills Expert Am+assador 14'' West Btreet <ontgome ry& 0labama 0 team+oriented& safety+driven pilot #ho can balance operational needs #ith reliable& *uality flight 3!1'' :334; operations. 1egularly tested on my ability to upgrade across types *uic(ly and capably. +1212 L emailQemail. Core &trengths %le)ible mission planning ,atural instructor s(ills com Bolid %01 (no#ledge 7onfidence+inspiring appearance Corporate 7re# coordination s(ills <anaging multiple emergencies or Commercial Pro'essional Experience and Huali'ications Pilot 7ommercial /ilot& <ulti .ngine& Jand& -nstrument G %00 7lass - <edical 7ertification& ,o restrictions& Guly 2''3 E Total time: 1'& '' /-7 @ '' -nstrument I!'' <ulti+engine @ '' -/ 4''' < < Dlue B(y 0irlines 2''' to 7urrent P 1 "irst 0fficer romoted to Ca tain C 1esponsible for safe flight operations of D@2@+2'' series passenger service. -nsure full compli+ance #ith ) corporate and flying safety regulations. /ro$ect a positive image to our passengers. Bub$ect to no+notice& in+ a c flight evaluations. c 1 Belected as simulator instructor over three more e)perienced captains i d 2 <et or e)ceeded %ederal on+time departure standards every *uarter for the last eight *uar+ters e n tEducation a 0uburn Hniversity& 0uburn& 0labama n Bachelor o' Business Administration& 1KI d i References "urnished ,mmediatel$ 6 on Re-uest

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flight proceeds under my command. - can bring that same dedication to every cre#member because - en$oy mentoring *hy should we hire you)aviation professionals. %inally& you might what are your strengths)consider the cost savings - can offer you as and how do you seea simulator instructor. yoursel' contri+uting to our company, - bring a combination of flying s(ills and business acumen that can serve all your customersAinternal and e)ternalAvery #ell. (no# that our company #ill be $udged by ho# smoothly& efficiently& and safe+ly a

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@oseph A. &m 121 7arpente <e*uon

& Wisconsin 3'K2 :2!2; emailQemail.com

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Construction 2oreman Proven track record o' meeting time) la+or) and pro?ect goals Pro?ect @o+ site management Estimating time) la+or) materials Cost containment 1esults+oriented& *uality+focused 7onstruction %oreman #ith a consistent trac( record of meet+ing pro$ect timelines and budgetary constraints. B(illed managing general contractorLsubcon+tractor cre#s and other trades. Core &trengths /ro$ect management 1oughLfinish carpentry >endor sourcing 7ode compliance Pro'essional Experience 1-TU4 DH-J=.1B& /e#au(ee& Wisconsin


Team leadership /lumbing& 5>07& electrical Time& labor& materials estimating Cuality commitment

1KK to /resent

Construction "oreman -nteract #ith general and subcontractors& architects& cre#s& and other trades to coordinate pro$ects on site from blueprints to completion& #hile meeting time& labor& material estimates& and pro$ect specifications. Bource and negotiate terms #ith suppliers& ensuring materials meet *uality specifications and delivery timelines.

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Duilt eight 32'&'''+s*uare+foot& O1' million supermalls.

1estored O1.2 million >ictorian mansion to its original specifications.

-nstituted use of proprietary construction management system to produce estimates& ta(e+offs& and bids.

Education <il#au(ee 0rea Technical 7ollege Carpentry !iploma) 566;

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<ember of the ,ational >ocational 5onor Bociety

1ecipient of Bcholastic 0chievement 0#ard

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/ro$ect <anagement

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

ruction %oreman& - am consistently on time 0s and under budget #ith my pro$+ects& a #hether our company is serving as the res general contractor or the subcontractor. ult have e)perience #ith commercial and s+ residential properties including ne# ori construction& remodeling& and renovation. en /ro$ects range from O1''&''' to more than te O1' million. <y team leadership s(ills also d enable me to co+ordinate the efforts of 7o multiple trades including plumbing& 5>07& nst electrical& painting& and roughLfinish carpentry.



Bignature 0uthority =ocumentation /urchase 0greements Jetters of -ntent /romissory ,otes %inance Terms 1eimbursements -n*uiries
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=eliverables Dreech of 7ontract <ilestones Jease 0greements 7ontractual =eadlines .)port 1egulations /roposal Bubmissions 7ontract Janguage 7redit#orthiness 7redit 0uthori9ations /urchase Orders


!avid $o+inson credit#orthiness of international companies by verifying commercial credit authori9ations. <onitor the progress of contracts trac(ing purchase orders& deliverables& and milestones. 5old signature authority up to 3 Dradford =rive Dristol& 7T '!'1' O3<.

+1212 L email Qema il.com Contracts &pecialist "our $ears of ro!res

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Buccessfully negotiated lease agreements #ith favorable finance terms.

1esolved technical and logistical matters in advance of contractual deadlines& avoiding a potential breech of contract on the company8s largest sale in history. 3 7onsidered the company e)pert on e)port regulations. Education Hniversity of 7alifornia& Bacramento Bachelor o' &cience) Business Administration& 1KK@

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Bumma 7um Jaude graduate

5onors /rogram

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I( te %ull accountability negotiating and r overseeing the contracts process 3i #ith our customers. e .)+cellent s(ills in e)pediting the entire w purchasing process from in*uiry to C delivery. G Areas o' Expertise A 7ontract Janguage Jetters of -ntent " /urchase 0greements si =ocumentation ( Pro'essional Experience 9 70 104T5.O, 7O</0,4& .l Begundo& Contracts &pecialist :1KKKL/resent;K Contracts Associate :1KK@L1KKK; e Bubmit proposals and y negotiate sales terms #ith purchasers of w 1aytheon goods.
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sive res ons ibilities facilita tin! contrac tual sales

*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, - believe that #hat - do has a substantial impact on the bottom line of my organi9ation& and - ta(e that responsibility very seriously. 4ou mentioned you are loo(ing for a self+ starter& and - am pleased to be able to say that since became a contracts specialist& my management has commented on my ability to handle the $ob more effectively than my predecessors. -n particular& my ability to evaluate credit#or+thiness& (no#ledge of contract language& and commitment to ma(ing sure contractual deadlines are met& are #hat sets me apart.




#ichael A. &chenker @22 Woodbrid

1oad Williamsville& ,e# 4or( 14221 :@1!; +1'2K L emailQemail.com Controller Private &ector and Pu+lic Accounting Pro'it .riented Cost Conscious with &uccess'ul $ecord as Change Agent) 1ntroducing New 0echnologies and Progressive Business #odels Benior e)ecutive #ith complete financial management of all accounting and finance activities. 1esearched and designed comprehensible road map for lucrative ac*uisitions and mergers. Core &trengths /rofit %orecasting 7ontingency /lanning =ebt 7onsolidation Pro'essional Experience O/., 1O0=& -,7.& Jac(a#anna& ,e# 4or( 1KK3 to /resent


7ash %lo# 0nalysis %easibility Btudy Bystems -ntegration

Controller/Director of "inance /rovide fiscal leadership for manufacturer of automotive aftermar(et products #ith O2!.@ mil+lion in annual sales. /rotect business and financial assets through internal controls& indepen+dent audits& and aggressive insurance management. /repare annual budgets and strategic plans.

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,egotiated insurance settlement that reali9ed O22'&''' in incremental loss recovery.

%acilitated ac*uisition of four small companies& consolidating production lines and #are+house space #ith significant e)pense reduction. 3 1educed audited ad$ustments from 4' to 4 by standardi9ing accounting practices. Baved over O!''&''' in property and sales ta) reduction and discovered OKI&''' in double+paid charges on utility ta)es.

Education 7anisius 7ollege& Duffalo& ,e# 4or( #aster o' Business Administration) 567G Certi'ied Pu+lic AccountantDNew :ork References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

%inancial JeadershipL <anagement 0udit 0d$ustments and -nternal 7ontrols 0sset /rotection 1eport 7reation Ta) 1eduction Dudgeting and Btrategic /lanning Joss 1ecovery 7ost 7ontainmentL
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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

nt gro#th through ac*uisition #as to your 4o future& and - have facilitated the ac*uisition u and integration of four small companies& m consolidating production lines and en #arehouse space #ith significant e)pense tio reduction. 1ecently - negotiated an ne insurance settlement that reali9ed O22'&''' d in incremental loss recovery. We have ho reduced audited ad$ustments from 4' to 4 # by stan+dardi9ing accounting practices. <y im team also saved over O!''&''' in property po and sales ta) reduction and discovered rta OKI&''' in double+paid charges on utility ta)es.



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Al'red @ones advising senior management on trade regulations and implications of their business decisions. KIK3 >alleyvie# Core &trengths 1oad 0dvertising Ja# %ood and =rug Ja# Ban 7ontract ,egotiations /roduct Jiability =iego& Trademar( 1ights .mployee Denefit /lans 7alifornia 7orporate /olicy <anuals K21'K :!1K; >endor 0greements +3 IK L emailQemail Pro'essional Experience GH</BT01T& -,7.& Ban =iego& 7alifornia 1KK to /resent .com *ssistant to General Counsel Corporate /rimary duties include revie#ing& negotiating& and drafting business contracts. 0lso #rite all customer Attorney service agreements. 0dvise company management on matters of trade regulations& advertising and 1npromotional la#& employment la#& food and drug la#& product liability& and other areas of legal compliance. -o 0ssist #ith $oint venture and < P 0 initiatives. 1egularly con+sulted on matters of corporate policy planning. use Co un sel 'or 2o rtu ne E< < Co mp ani

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7ompletely re#rote firm8s corporate policy manual.

Belected to spearhead multimillion+dollar venture capital negotiations. Oversa# legal aspects of ne# start+up operations for .astern Beaboard.

<ar*uette Hniversity Ja# Bchool& <il#au(ee& Wisconsin @uris !octor) 567B

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-nternship& Wisconsin Bupreme 7ourt

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prevented millions of dol+lars in unnecessary direct and indirect costs related to product liability. 0dditionally& *hy should we hire you)am particularly s(illed at ensuring what are your strengths)regulatory compliance #hen pursuing $oint and how do you seeventure and merger opportunities. yoursel' contri+uting to our company, 0s in+house counsel to several large corporations& have e)celled in the corporate la# setting. - have a demonstrated record of successfully advising senior management of three %ortune '' companies on aspects of employment la#& food and drug la#& and advertising la#& and have




Christine Pa 1@3 Bheridan 0venue

Duffalo& ,e# 4or( 1421! :@1!; +1@14 L emailQemail.com Corporate $ecruiter &even :earsF Experience Aggressively &olving &ta''ing Needs Campus Iisits @o+ 2air Participation 1nternet $ecruitment 1nternship Program =ynamic human resource professional #ith solid trac( record of finding *ualified and talented technical and business personnel. Core &trengths Gob Tas( 0nalysis Offer ,egotiation Buccession /lanning Pro'essional Experience 5.J%.1 <.T0JB& -,7.& =epe#& ,e# 4or( 1KK2 to /resent


7apability 0ssessment 0pplicant Trac(ing 7andidate Bcreening

Technical/+%ecutive Recruiter Oversee the full range of corporate recruitment& #ith emphasis on -T and management person+nel. 0nticipate staffing needs and forge strategic alliances #ith traditional and nontraditional candidate sources& including employment agencies and professional affiliations. Htili9e con+tract and temporary personnel to eliminate overtime costs. Oversee diversity management pro+gram to insure affirmative actionL..O compliance.

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Bignificantly reduced turnover rate by careful and thorough reference chec(ing.

=esigned 0ccess database of technical and business candidates #ith (ey#ords matched to company#ide $ob descriptions.

Education <illard %illmore 7ollege& Duffalo& ,e# 4or( Certi'icate in Personnel Administration) 566C .rie 7ommunity 7ollege& Williamsville& ,e# 4or( Associate in Applied &cience( Business &tudies) 566;

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7andidate Bcreening

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

nt costs as high as they are& hiring and Wi retaining the best employees is one of the th most critical business practices. Our traiemployee churn is the lo#est these t#o nin years it has ever been. We streamlined g recruiting process by 2IR through an standardi9ed client intervie# forms and de+ d signed an 0ccess database of technical and de business candidates #ith (ey#ords matched vel to company+#ide $ob descriptions. To cut op fi)ed costs& - also utili9ed contract and me temporary personnel to eliminate overtime costs.


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Carolyn Celly/rovide customi9ed ma(eovers incorporating color analysis. 7ross+sell other spa services. 4 Bmith and 5ale =rive 1 -ncreased cosmetology sales by 2''R from 1KKI to present. 5untingto n& ,e# 4or( 2 7ultivated relationships #ith local dermatologists #ho no# refer several individuals a month for scar minimi9ation ma(eovers. 11@43 :!31; 0dded ne# services to the spa including glycolic peels& refle)ology& deep pore cleansing& and +1212 L 3 scrubs. emailQemail .com 4 =eveloped a microni9ed 9inc o)ide sunscreen that #as patented and is sold e)clusively through the spa. 3icensed Cosmetologist Education 3icensure 1ollers -nstitute 7osmetology Bchool& ,e# 4or(& ,e# 4or( 4'' .)cellent hours of clinical #or( business and sales s(ills Btrong client The =ermal -nstitute& ,e# 4or(& ,e# 4or( follo#ing Certi'ied $e'lexologist -ntuitive and creative cosmetologist and 3icensed Cosmetologist> 3icensed in &kin Care 0herapy References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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s(in care therapist s(illed in #or(ing #ith #omen of all ages. 1egional reputation for e)pertise #ith facial scar minimi9ation.

*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, Desides having e)cellent cosmetology s(ills and the ability to ma(e #omen feel their best& - am also *uite good at selling. 0fter having had a ma(eover #ith me& it is not uncommon for a #oman to leave the spa #ith O1'' #orth of glycolic compounds& cosmetics& and moisturi9ers in addition to t#o future appointments for facials and refle)ology sessions. -t is this ability to cross+sell and up+sell that distin+guishes me from other cosmetologists.

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5olly 3rove& 7alifornia K4'@I :I1I; +1122 L emailQemail.com Creative !esigner Pro?ect #anager Consultant &peciali=ing in Iisual Communication and Iirtual $eality !esign Advertising #arketing Corporate 1dentity -igh-1mpact !esign #edia Placement Branding and Positioning 0 creative professional #ith 2' years of e)perience as a #riter& designer& producer& pro$ect man+ager& and creative director in all media. 1ecogni9ed for improving consumer perception and global mar(et position. Core &trengths =igital /ublishing Technology 1esearch P 7opyrighting <ar(eting 7onsultant -dentity =evelopment Pro'essional Experience TO/ -,T.1,.T BT10T.3-.B 7O.& %resno& 70 1KKI to 7urrent


7reative =irection /roduction 7oordination <ultimedia -nteractivity 7ollateral =esign

Creative Director Oversee the creative end of all pro$ects. <anage and direct teams to develop solutions using technology #ith a user+centered approach to interface design and content& creating meaningful connections bet#een people& ideas& art& and technology. /rovide direction to designers and pro+duction staffN liaise #ith sales and clients on presentations that bring technology and art to+gether.

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1eorgani9ed in+house advertising agency to achieve 1 R savings on ad costs.

Hpgraded and managed all advertising& promotion& pac(aging& and cooperative programs. -ncreased sales by 2''R& reduced costs by 4'R.

0he Cooper /nion 'or the Advancement o' &cience and Art) N:C Bachelor o' 2ine Arts !esign and #arketing) 567BL567G

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>isual -nterface =esign& <-T& Doston& <0 1KKI

Bpeciali9ed Technology& 0rt -nstitute of /0& /hiladelphia& /0 1KK1

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

es cover all areas relating to the < development of successful t#enty+first y century businesses& and differentiate my pe value from other advertising& creative& rs mar(eting& financial& and busi+ness on consultants. 0 specialist using emerging al media technology& - #ill bring synergy& ca harmony& and in+teractive functionality to pa pro$ects company#ide that #ill increase bil productivity& improve communica+tions& iti and significantly increase the organi9ation8s profitability.



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Gracie -olmes 23 4 <ystic Btreet& %ive years in increasingly responsible positions #ith a 2big three6 cruise line. .)tensive ship e)perience V2 spanning @ different #orld itineraries and K ports+of+call. /alo 0lto& 7alifornia Core &trengths K43'3 :41 ; Bpecial events planning .mergency preparedness +!I K L .)cursions Dudgeting emailQemail. Themed activities ife enhancement programs com /ublic spea(ing Training and supervision Cruise !irector Pro'essional Experience 1KK! to / P O /1-,7.BB 71H-B.B& Jondon& .ngland /resent Offering a combination of Cruise !irector :2''1L/resent; h Assistant Cruise !irector :1KK@L2'''; o Cruise Associate :1KK!L1KK@; s pi =evelop and coordinate daily activities and entertainment planning for all passengers. Orches+trate safety and ta emergency preparedness drills for passengers and staff& ensuring procedures are carried out to e)act li specifications. Htili9e public spea(ing s(ills #hile serving as <aster of 7eremonies at evening sho#s. 5ire& ty train& and supervise a staff of five associates. & e v e nt pl a n ni n g&

-n 1KKK& conceptuali9ed& initiated& and brought to fruition 2life enhancement programming.6 Jife enhancement programming focuses on activities #ith a learning component such as onboard dance and coo(ing classes. This initiative #as so #ell received it has become a standard offering on /rincess cruises and has also been copied by other cruise lines.

Education 7al Btate Hniversity& Bacramento& 7alifornia Bachelor o' Arts) 2oreign 3anguages& 1KK References *vailable u on Re-uest

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, 0s a cruise director& believe my role is to see that each and every passenger onboard our =? vessel has a pleasurable and memorable e)perience. To

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accomplish that re*uires a great deal of e)pertise& since there is so much happening on any given sailing. To be a great cruise director means& for e)ample& that you have to (no# ho# to put on great entertainment& create themed activities& and above all& be the *uintessential host or hostess. - am that person.


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Carol Pappas 1''2 >ictory Doulevard >an ,uys&

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Customer &ervice $epresentative -ighly $elia+le &el'-&tarter with Excellent Phone &kills Computer 3iterate... *ell .rgani=ed... Attention to !etail %ive years8 e)perience in customer service including order entry& client relations& and general office support. /rofessional in #or( habits and appearance. 1eliable #ith a verifiable record of punctuality and lo# absenteeism. Core &trengths 7lient 1elations =etail Oriented 3eneral Office /roblem Bolving Pro'essional Experience O1-O, -,BH10,7. B.1>-7.& 5olly#ood& 70 1KKK to /resent

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Customer Service Re resentative /rovide customer service to insurance policy holders on phone and in person. =ocument con+versations using <icrosoft WordN maintain accurate and detailed files. 1esearch and resolve various problems involving billing& benefits& and reimbursement issues. 0ssist in general office procedures as re*uested.

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1eceived numerous a#ards for Top 7ustomer Bervice 1epresentative.

1eorgani9ed filing system enabling staff to more easily retrieve information.

1ecogni9ed by management for positive attitude and #illingness to go beyond the re*uire+ments of the $ob.

T1-0= =-BT1-DHT-,3& 7anoga /ar(& 70 1KK@ to 1KKK Customer Service/0rder +ntr$ Re resentative 5andled busy inbound phone in*uiries regarding products sold via infomercials. /rocessed high volume of orders. Education ,orth 5olly#ood 5igh Bchool& ,orth 5olly#ood& 70 3raduated in 1KKK References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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Chip N. Glass ) and .racle data+ases KI@1 ,orth I1st Btreet Dig+picture strategist #ith the ability to analy9e business and technical re*uirements at any level& to Wau#atosa develop D2D and D27 data #arehouses via B0/& BCJ& and Oracle. & Wisconsin 3213 :414; Core &trengths +244@ L /ro$ect management Jogical to physical modeling emailQemail. 3apLris( identification B0/ Dusiness Warehouse com 2Bingle source of truth6 architecture D0/-L=7O<L0D0/L>D BCJ and Oracle databases 5ard#areLsoft#are topology !ata *arehouse Pro'essional Experience !eveloper =0T0 BTO103. -,7.& <il#au(ee& Wisconsin 1KKI to /resent Data .arehouse Develo er -nteract #ith management teams to analy9e business and technical re*uirements for creating 2single source of truth6 architecture used in data #arehouse. =evelop and implement D0/-L=7O<L0D0/L>D. -dentify& document& and design interfaces #ith e)isting systems. =e+sign standard and Web+based management reporting capabilities. =ocument information man+agement processes& resources& and tools.

=esigned and developed data #arehouse :B0/ Dusiness Warehouse; to identify 2single source of truth6 architecture for retailer that specified consumer trends for mar(eting pur+poses. -ncluded OJ0/ strategies and components.

Education <ar*uette Hniversity& <il#au(ee& Wisconsin Bachelor o' &cience) Electrical Engineering) 5667

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Claire @ames 2 <ichelle 0ve "enmore&

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!ental Assistant Extensive Background in .ral &urgery and $estorative Care Chair-&ide Assistance 'or Busy !ental Practice .rthodontic and Periodontal Experience /atient+focused dental professional #ith superior s(ills in providing pre+ and post+operative care to adults and children. .arned patients8 trust and confidence and contributed to e)pand+ing practice. Core &trengths /reventive 7are .mergency Treatment -nsurance /rocessing Teeth Whitening Pro'essional Experience 0<5.1BT =.,T0J 31OH/& 0mherst& ,e# 4or( Bealant 0pplication /atient .ducation 7ommunity Outreach -nfection 7ontrol


1KIK to 7urrent

Dental *ssistant /rovide surgical and general dentistry assistance for 3 dentists in a busy general practice han+dling over 3''' patients of all ages. Ta(e& develop& and interpret diagnostic )+rays and perform oral e)aminations. Ta(e casts and impressions for prosthetics and restorations.

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0ssist in oral surgery& periodontal surgery& advanced clinical surgery& and e)tractions.

-nsure safe and sanitary conditions through autoclave& ultrasound& and dry heat instru+ment sterili9ation. 3 Htili9e .asy+=ental ,et#or( for accurate and timely health record management.
/resent #ellness lectures to area schools to promote oral hygiene and pla*ue control.

Education <onroe 7ommunity 7ollege& 1ochester& ,e# 4or( Certi'icate in !ental Assisting) 5676

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Beligman Bcholarship
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Oral Burgery and .)tractions /rosthetics and 1estorations OrthodonticsL /eriodontics

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

< oral surgery& periodontal surgery& advanced y clinical surgery& and e)trac+tions. - utili9e e) the .asy+=ental ,et#or( for accurate and pe timely health record management. Of rie course& good medical practices are nc important to you& and - insure safe and e sanitary conditions through auto+clave& is ultrasound& and dry heat instrument in sterili9ation. - have also presented #ellness as lectures to area schools to promote oral sis hygiene and pla*ue control. Technically& tin can ta(e& develop& and interpret di+agnostic g )+rays and perform oral e)aminations.



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#ichael &mith /resent !234 Ja 7osta Jane Senior Desi!n +n!ineer70nTwin#le Develo ment 0ny#h =irect the activities of a medium+si9ed group of engineers in defining& e)ecuting& and analy9ing the highest ere& -daho ''''' :2'I; level of e)perimental test scenarios and programs. 7ontribute to the continual im+provement of product and component designs through e)tensive understanding of program ob+$ectives. +'''' L emailQemail. com 1 =eveloped and implemented a 377 enterprise#ide telematics strategy that replaced out+dated systems. !esign Engineer 5< :ears o' !emanding Engineering 0esting and !evelopment Experience !emonst rated Creativit

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-mproved component design in the OnT#in(le technology.

/articipated in national development of technology road maps and business models for global telematics initiatives.

Education Hniversity of <ichigan& 0nn 0rbor& <ichigan #aster o' &cience !egree in Engineering> 5665

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.ngineering Btudent of the 4ear& 1KKK

7ontributor& Btudent .ngineering ,e#sletter

y) Percepti on) and 1ndepen dent @udgme nt .)pert in all aspects of e)perimental test techni*ues& including analytical& physical& and sub+ $ective evaluation of components under investigation. 5igh level of competence in computer+aided data gathering systems. Core &trengths <ethodical 1ational 0nalytical Wireless 0ir -nterfaces

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onboard vehicle elec+trical modules& #ireless air interfaces& and #or(ing *hy should we hire you)(no#ledge of -T infrastructures. what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, have a thorough understanding of relationship design& build& and test cycles. - have the ability to man+age& plan& and evaluate the #or( of others in team situations. - am highly analytical and have demon+strated technical and professional s(ills. - (eep abreast of current product development and trends. While #or(ing for 3eneral in =etroit& - #as the lead corporate representative #or(ing #ith communi+ cations vendors to design our ne# W0, technology. have e)cellent (no#ledge of

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!arren C. &tevenson 1!32 Tu)edo Bpring

boro& Ohio 4 4 I : 13; emailQemail.com

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!irector o' #anu'acturing $ecogni=ed Expert in E''iciency % Productivity 1mprovement #ultisite .perations @ust-in-0ime 1nventory Control 3ean #anu'acturing Continuous 1mprovement =irect staff and operations of union and nonunion World+7lass <anufacturing facilities. 0stute management of operating budgets& emphasi9ing outsourcing& to achieve ma)imum profit P loss performance Core &trengths %acilities 7onsolidation 7ost 1eductions 0utomated <anufacturing Hnion ,egotiations Pro'essional Experience =.J/5- 0HTO<OT->.& =ayton& Ohio


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Director of Manufacturin! <anage multiple sites and shifts for fully automated manufacturing of shoe and bra(e lines for 3eneral <otors vehicles. <ember of e)ecutive team guiding development and monitoring of strategic& financial& and operational plans. -ntroduced lean manufacturing& value+added processes& and other cost+reduction measures pro$ected to raise plant8s profitability to O1'< in 2''2. -ncreased efficiency through establishing Cuality 7ircles.

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-ncreased production output to " pieces per line.

Jed completion of company8s largest capital pro$ect. 1estructured scheduling processes to cut production lead time 2IR. <et O '" added labor cost #ithout e)ceeding operating budget.

The Ohio Btate Hniversity& 7olumbus& Ohio #aster o' &cience) 1ndustrial Engineering) 566<

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Dachelor of Bcience& 3eneral .ngineering

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

evolve to World+7lass <anufacturing status - through strengthening (ey areas such as manufacturing& inventory ca automated control& technology integration& facilities n consolidation& and profit P loss hel performance. have been successful in p union and nonunion companies& am an yo ur e)pert in facilitating efficiency and co productivity improvements& and am top+ mp notch in contract negotiations. Other an professional strengths that can add value to y your operations are staff training and relationship management.



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e)ecutive #ith nine years8 e)perience building mar(et presence and driving revenue gro#th #ithin competitive product settings. 1ecogni9ed as s(illed public spea(er and presenter. Core &trengths Drand <anagement /roduct Jaunch D2D and D27 Patrick !udash /roduct =evelopment 4!3 =ovelet Jane /o#ell& Ohio 43'! Pro'essional Experience :!14; II +1122 L Bol 1ise 7onsultants& Droo(sville& <innesota emailQemail.com Director of Mar#etin! !irector o' #arketing =irect all strategic initiatives to#ard !rivi increasing company visibility as top ng provider of mar(et+ing services. 7harged &ales #ith planning and implementing special and events& conceiving and design+ing creative !evel mar(eting concepts& and guiding concept oping to#ard actuality. /rovide design direc+tion #ark for signage& pac(aging and collateral ets materials. =emonstrate e)pertise in direct withi n mail and database mar(etingN develop Comp strategic mar(eting plans used on focus etitive groups. Ienue 1 <aintained 1''R customer s retention rate by creating customer focused initiatives. #arketing &trategy Communications 2million dollars 3enerated unprecedented O during employment period. #arket % 3material =eveloped innovative WebLprinted mar(eting plans. Product 40ce /erformance6 5onored #ith coveted 2Bol 1ise $esearch a#ard for three consecutive years. " Co-.p Campaig Education n <iami Hniversity& <iami& Ohio !evelop Bachelor o' Arts( Business #arketing) ment 567G

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Oyster Day& ,e# 4or( 11@@1 : 1!; +4!IK L emailQemail.com !irector o' .perations Ten years8 e)perience in 7ross+%unctional 3eneral <anagement and 0dministration >ersatile business professional adept at running a nonprofit operation. /roven talent in trim+ming budgets through better fiscal management. %acility in establishing e)cellent relation+ships #ith community representatives and outside vendors. Core &trengths Btrategic Dusiness /lanning Treasury %unctions 5uman 1esource <anagement /olicies and /rocedures Pro'essional Experience >-JJ03. O% O4BT.1 D04& Oyster Day& ,e# 4or( 1KK2 to /resent


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Director of 0 erations Oversee all facets of to#n government in support of service delivery for the ''' residents and 1'' business o#ners #ithin this community. <anage a O2< general budget #ith allocations for special pro$ects. 7ultivate public and private partnerships to ma)imi9e village8s ability to provide services in a cost+effective manner. Wor( closely #ith Doard of Trustees on matters ef+fecting capital e)penditures and financial management. Bupervise a staff of 12 civil service employees.

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-nstrumental in saving the village O3''&''' in #aste removal fees through the adoption of a more stringent bid revie# process for carting companies. -n collaboration #ith to#n attorney& successfully handled several legal challenges to the vil+lage8s policies on 9oning regulations.

Education Droo(lyn 7ollege& Droo(lyn& ,e# 4or( Bachelor o' Arts) Economics& 1KK2 +%cellent References on Re-uest

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to

ou #ishing to appear immodest& - am proud to r be able to say that in my present position as co di+rector of operations& - have turned m around a village government that #as pa headed for fiscal disaster. Dy implementing ny a traditional business model to this , nonprofit arena& - #as able to pull in the reins on spending& reduce #aste& and Wi perhaps most importantly institute a policy th of accountability. Our opera+tion is no# a ou model for other local municipalities. t


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@ohn -. #c4inley 123 B. %ourth Btreet "e#anee& -llinois !1443 :3'K; +1234 L emailQemail.com !irector o' Purchasing &r. Buyer

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3urchasin! Mana!er Bupervise& train& and mentor a staff of eight purchasing analysts in all aspects of international corporate procurement operations for a multisite company. =irect contract negotiations for all vendor services and oversee cost analysis functions. Oversee supplier management& ensure the procurement of *uality materials L supplies& and secure e)tended terms on select items. Train and direct ne# purchasing agents. =irect outsourcing activities.

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,egotiated (ey vendor contracts& resulting in a O ''&''' annual savings.

-mplemented cost analysis policies& saving O22'' in internal annual costs. /ioneered G-T /urchasing for national and international purchasing. 7reated and integrated a successful supplier management model.

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,egotiated effective third+party creative services contracts for graphics.

-mplemented policies to improve mar(etingLmedia relations. Bpearheaded procedures for accurate editing of multimedia materials. -ncreased managementLdepartment communications.

H,->.1B-T4 O% -OW0& Btatesville& -o#a Bachelor o' Arts( Corporate Communications 567E

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le& -llinois !1111 :3'K; 123+4 !@ L emailQemail.com Elementary 0eacher %our years8 e)perience #or(ing #ith children of various academic P socioeconomic levels -ntensive /honics L <anipulatives L Jiterature+Dased 1eading -nternet P 7omputer+Jearning 3ames 1esourceful and energetic teacher #ith a history of developing creative& hands+on activities and lessons to encourage a love of learning in students. -ncorporate singing& dancing& puppets& learning centers& computer learning games& and cooperative learning groups #ithin an inclu+sive classroom& and develop multiple themes across the curriculum. 7ommended for imple+menting effective discipline and class management techni*ues. 0pproach is student oriented and performance based. Core &trengths Btudent 0dvocate 7reative Jearning 7enters Jiterature Dased 1eading 0ssertive =iscipline Pro'essional Experience 301=,.1 B75OOJ& /rinceton& -llinois ILK@ to /resent


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"ourth Grade Teacher =esign and teach units in spelling& cursive& math& social studies& science& and language arts& in+corporating character and ethics across the curriculum in a cooperative learning environment. -mplement e)tensive role playing& conflict resolution& -nternet research& and hands+onLinterac+tive learning pro$ects. 7ollaborate #ith another teacher to develop stations among t#o rooms for various units.

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%or a thematic unit on ,ative 0mericans: taught students ,ative 0merican dances& demon+strated aerodynamics through the flight of an arro# for match and science& and read a short novel on ,ative 0mericans. 5ad students create a 2Dill of 1ights6 in cooperative learning groups for social studies. 5ad students select a famous 0merican& conduct research& #rite and memori9e reports& and give presentations to invited guests& including community representatives& political figures& school board officials& and parents. 7ompleted training and implemented 2Buccess for 0ll&6 a guided reading program to target students at all learning levels.

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ha ped a number of creative learning centers nd #ith themes ranging from dinosaurs and s+ ,ative 0merican to music& art& math& on reading& and dance. -n addi+tion& - use lea positive reinforcement to foster self+esteem rni in children at all academic levels& and my ng approach is student oriented and . performance based. 7ontinuing education is -8v also important to me. -8ve attended a e number of seminars to stay up+to+date on de various teaching strategies& including ve cooperative learning& assertive discipline& lo and the use of brain+compatible techni*ues.


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+nvironmental +n!ineer /rovide first and third+party services to ensure the environmental integrity of construction sites in the areas of earth#or(& electrical& concrete& drainage systems& geosynthetic material in+stallation& petroleum cleanup& asbestos abatement& #aste management& inspections& contractor relations& vendor selection& cost control& cre# supervision& proposal revie#& regulatory compli+ance& and agency reporting.

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/erform 0JT0& topographical& boundary& and environmental surveys.

Bupervise the 3round+Hp %acade -nspection of ,e# 4or( landmar(s. Jed negotiations on run#ay& tunnel& and bridge renovation pro$ects. =irect indoor air *uality testing and drainage systems of train stations.

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!onald !. Bu 4'2 .ast <au 0venue

0rlington 5eights& -llinois !'''4 :I4@; +@'3 L emailQemail.com &EN1.$ E&01#A0.$ GENE$A3 #ANAGE$ Improving Corporate Profits by Unifying Project Management, Estimating, and Construction 1N!/&0$: ENPE$0 #ith 1! years of successful pro$ect management e)perience at the se+nior level for federal& commercial& retail& and multi+unit residential renovation and construc+tion pro$ects. Core &trengths %easibility Btudies Technology Burveys /ay 0pplications 1%-s :1e*uest for -nformation; Pro'essional Experience 7OO/.1 7O,BT1H7T-O,& /hoeni)& 0ri9ona 1KK to /resent


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Senior 3ro(ect Mana!er/+stimator 1eporting directly to the 7.O& singly responsible for overseeing management of all pro$ects& building estimates& and developing accurate and realistic schedules for a broad range of con+struction pro$ects including a four+story 5oliday -nn .)press& Goy <edical Office Duilding& commercial restaurants& and multimillion+dollar renovation pro$ects for hurricane+damaged lu)ury condo developments.

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Bourced and installed the innovative Cuest =igital .stimating BystemN recruited& hired& and provided comprehensive training for t#o additional estimators. Belected by <.G. 0nderson& -nc. to rescue pro$ects #orth O4.3 million in danger of degener+ating into li*uidated damages. 1esult: 1e#or(ed contracts& reversed do#n#ard trends& and completed pro$ects profitably.

Education Hniversity of Te)as& 0rlington& Te)as Bachelor o' &cience 1ndustrial Engineering) 567E

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@e''rey Bernard visually+stimulating culinary designs and signature+style dishes. /ersonable #ith (een business management 7ircle ! Dlac( s(ills& and a desire to teach and inspire ne# chefs. Dird 1oad 5untington Btation& Core &trengths ,e# 4or( "itchen Operations 1ecipe =evelopment 11@4! 7ulinary Btaff <anagement %ood 7ost 0nalysis :!31; + 7ustomerL/ublic 1elations Cuality 7ontrol I'13 L -nnovative /resentations >endor Belection emailQemail .com Pro'essional Experience 1KKI to Executive Che' Ja Toro 1estaurant& ,e# 4or(& ,e# 4or( 7urrent 57 +%ecutive Chef ye 1ecruited by this 4 '+seat five+star restaurant& located in ,e# 4or(8s theatre district& to #het the appetite of ars o' high+profile stars and tourists #ith an eclectic menu inspired by the city8s multiethnic landscape. Oversee aw all aspects of (itchen operations in areas of culinary staff management& menu planning& purchasing& (itchen ar safety& customerLpublic relations& catering& and special events coordination& reali9ing annual profits of O2.@ dmillion. wi 1 0chieved five+star status for Ja Toro four years consecutively. nn ing 2 =eveloped trademar( techni*ues used in leading culinary institutes. cul ina 3 7ultivate relationships #ith food critics to enhance public a#areness. ry 4 Travel globally to discover cultural+based foods and traditional recipes. ex Education cel len -nstitute of 0merica& 5yde /ar(& ,e# 4or( ce Bachelor o' Pro'essional &tudies( Culinary Arts) 566B 2ive&tar $esta urant

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ts '1@3' :@I1; +1122 L emailQemail.com Executive $ecruiter #echanical) Civil) Electrical) and Computer Engineering 2ortune 5<<< Companies !e'ense) Aerospace) and 0elecommunications 1ndustries 5igh+energy recruiter #ith proven success in placing /ro$ect <anagers and Benior .ngineers in =efense& <anufacturing& and Telecommunications -ndustries. B(illed in /eoplesoft and other soft#are applications. Core &trengths ,et#or(ing 7andidate Bourcing -nternational /lacements 7ommunication B(ills Pro'essional Experience Tech 1ecruiters /lus& Waltham& <assachusetts 1KKIL2' '2


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Technical Recruiter -dentified and contacted candidates for positions in engineering. 0ttended $ob fairs and trade sho#s for recruitment and sales. .stablished contacts #ith colleges& military& and professional groups to create talent ban(. =etermined needs of company and successfully matched candi+dates to positions. <onitored recruitmentLretention statistics for select classifications. ,et+#or(ed in target industries to generate ne# business.

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7reated Web site for national recruitment& increasing talent ban( 1 R

-ncreased sales 2 R by delivering presentations at trade sho#s Trac(ed recruitments and hires demonstrating K2R retention rate Janded accounts in .ngland opening first of many international mar(ets

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yoursel' contri+ uting to our compan y, - utili9e creative strategie s in sales and candidat e sourcing . "eenly a#are of the need to develop ne# business continua lly& have establish ed contacts in hundred s of compani es. - am (no#led geable in the

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Anthony @. Burton ment #anagement &ales % #arketing I2@ Warminster 0venue =eliver strong and sustainable gains in revenue& fee income& and asset management. %acilitate change and =ayton& Ohio 4 4@2 revitali9e organi9ational performance. .)perience #ith start+up& turnaround& merger& ac*uisition& and gro#th. :K3@; + 2'12 L emailQemail Core &trengths .com /ortfolio <anagement 1etail Jending 2inance #anagerD Banking /ro ve n Bu cce ss in .) pa ndi ng Bc op e P /ro fita bili ty C o m m e r c i a l 3 e n d i n g $ e l a t i o n s h i p # a n a g e m e n t 1nv est Dranch Operations 1egulatory 0ffairs /roblem 0nalysis P 1esolution Pro'essional Experience ,.-35DO18B D0,"& Bpringfield& Ohio 7ommercial Dan(ing 7redit 0dministration Organi9ational 1eengineering

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4ice 3resident <anage 1@ branch operations in tristate area #ith focus on building relationship management programs #ith commercial ban(ing customers. 1esponsible for e)panding H.B. mar(et reach and establishing global ban(ing division. .nsure profitability through creating and managing strategic& financial& and operational plans. ,amed fourth in nation for secured lending perfor+mance and a Top 1' security investment professional.

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-ncreased consumer ban(ing sales O4. < in si) months.

1estructured operations to improve 1O0 12R& 1O. 2'R& and 1O- 24R. Buccessfully added unsecured lending to loan processing operations. <anaged foreign e)change and regulatory affairsLcompliance programs.

Education Hniversity of =ayton& =ayton& Ohio Bachelor o' &cience( Accounting) 566B

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d& 7onnecticut '!1'2 :I!'; emailQemail.com

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2inancial Analyst Planning and Budget &pecialist Budgeting 2orecasting .perations &trategist 0nalytical& organi9ed finance professional recogni9ed for achievement in budget controls& fi+nancial reporting& and cost savings. Btrong in management and operations analysis and in+creasing profitability. Core &trengths 7ost 0nalysis %i)ed 0ssets -nvestment analysis %orecasting Pro'essional Experience ,e# .ngland 7orporation& 5artford& 7onnecticut 1KIKL2' '1


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"inancial *nal$st 7oordinated all financial reporting and budget functions for all 1 departments of a ma$or cor+poration. Oversa# month+end closings for sales and operations. /repared and implemented an+nual budget #ith cost controls and process improvement. 1ecommended capital purchases and technology to trim costs and streamline operations.

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*arren &. #ichaels increase profitability. =evelop financial models to situate company for aggressive e)pansion. 1 Beventh Btreet 7larence& ,e# Core &trengths 4or( 14'31 7ontingency /lanning 7ost+Denefit 0nalysis %easibility Btudy 0sset /urchase :@1!; 7apital .)pense Gustification +K2I' L Goint >enture 0nalysis -nvestment Dan(ing email %inancial 1eporting 1KK@ to 5.0JT5 1.BOH17.B& -,7.& Duffalo& ,e# 4or( 7urrent 2inancial Planner 4ice 3resident7"inancial 3lannin! P /rovide strategic counsel to corporate e)ecutives in financial planning& ne# business develop+ment& and e investments. 1esearch and evaluate consumers& sales history& pricing& emerging competition& pac(aging& and r' mar(et trends to forecast sales and profits accurately. o r 1 1ecommended ac*uisition of primary competitor& reali9ing I@R of mar(et share. m 2 -nitiated cost controls in production& #arehouse operations& and purchasing that resulted in over $ O23'&''' in savings. is 3 /rovided business advisement on divestiture of poor+performing subsidiary and investment in k start+up company& earning significant increase in revenues. A n Education al Hniversity of Duffalo Bchool of <anagement& ,e# 4or( y #aster o' Business Administration) 567J si s 1 /hi Deta "appa & e c Qemai l.com Pro'essional Experience

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1eorgani9ed /olicies and /rocedures section of flight attendant manual.

0ssisted in selecting cabin location of automatic e)ternal defibrillator. 0chieved record O3 '' in duty+free sales on single transpacific flight. %light 0ttendant of the 4ear 0#ard for superior passenger relations.

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1esearched and launched a grant solicitation campaign& resulting in additional revenues of appro)imately O1''&'''. -nitiated a direct mail campaign resulting in O1'&''' profit #ithin $ust si) months and 1''' ne# contributors. /ioneered a fashion sho# at an upscale area hotel& using parents and children affiliated #ith the foundation as models. /lanned the entire event& including securing approval& re+cruiting and scheduling volunteers& calling on stores for donations& and selling tables to cor+porations. Dy all accounts the event #as a huge success& earning a one+night O2 &''' profit.

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General Mana!er <anage hospitality operations and guest services of 2''+room resort #ith revenues in e)cess of O million annually. .nsure *uality assurance and adherence to hotel service standard #hile overseeing ban*ueting P catering& e)ecutive house(eeping& #hile ensuring that front office and guest service departments operate at optimum levels. =evelop and e)ecute strategies support+ing facilities planning and restaurant operation agendas.

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Buccessfully implemented innovative 5ospitality Training Bystem.

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Bpea( nationally on controversial foreign intellectual property issues.

/rovided e)pert testimony for clients at fraud e)amination hearings. 7onsult peer specialists on case analyses and legal protocols. 0ttended legislative hearings on music copyright infringements.

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1educed advertisingLmar(eting budget by OI'&''' over a single year by streamlining bud+geting practices. 1eceived a#ards for print designN published in multiple graphic design 2best of 6 boo(s in+ cluding 1oc(port /ublishers Computer Graphics 2. =esigned corporate collateral and organi9ed pro$ect archiving system.

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1outinely train stylists on ne# techni*ues and safety compliance issues.

Bpearheaded the purchase and use of the first ergonomically efficient chairs. -ncreased customer satisfaction by implementing procedures to raise *uality. 0chieved a 2'R increase in accessory sales through aggressive mar(eting.

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2el Des# *dministrator %ront+line help des( support technician e)perienced in end+user computing systems and net+#or( support for 1 '' personnel in H.B. head*uarters for top+five international manufacturer and distributor of biotech products. %irst point of contact for support incidents& as #ell as end+user instruction.

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.nsure effective and efficient on+call operations support for product launches& data commu+ nications migrations and upgrades& and sales. Won annual company a#ard for 2.)ceptional 7ustomer Bervice6 in 2'''. -nvestigate and resolve K R of first+level in*uiries utili9ing on+line (no#ledge base& techni+cal (no#ledge& and on+line 71< system. 0ssist application users by providing prompt responses& training one+on+one and in groups& and in reactive and proactive problem solving.

Education 1utgers Hniversity& ,e# Druns#ic(& ,e# Gersey Bachelor o' &cience) Computer &cienceD5667

7omputer B(ills: <icrosoft Buite S/ and 2''' products& Win ,T& Win S/ and 2'''& /7Lmainframe applications& Hni)& Jinu)& J0,LW0,& T7/-/ and ,ovell net#or(s& <agic .nterprise 5elp =es( soft#are.

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#ary Brown 123 %ourth 0v /eoria& -llinois

:3'K; 123+4 !@ L emailQemail.com &econdary 0eacher o' English 12 4ears8 7lassroom .)perience 7ombined #ith @ 4ears as a Bpeech Team 7oach Teaching Techni*ues include: Writing on computer& process #riting& team teaching& cooperative learning groups& role playing& and the development of thematic units. 1esourceful and energetic teacher #ith a commitment to fostering lifetime learning in stu+dents. /ositive& outgoing& and approachable& #ith a talent for dra#ing out young people and putting them at ease. 0ble to communicate effectively #ith parents& administrators& and col+leagues. Core &trengths 7urriculum =evelopment <entoring 7olleagues P Btudents -dentifying Jearner ,eeds 0ssertive =iscipline Pro'essional Experience 0D7 5-35 B75OOJ& /eoria& -llinois


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+n!lish Teacher / S eech Team Coach Taught creative #riting& process #riting& #riting on computer& and grammar& in addition to multiple literature units on Bha(espeare& Bteinbec(& and 5eming#ay. 7oached speech team members and coordinated the group8s participation in tournaments in various locations throughout central -llinois.

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=eveloped a number of thematic units& incorporating spelling& process #riting& and gram+mar into various literature units. .ffectively supervised and mentored three student teachers. 7ollaborated #ith special education teachers to design individuali9ed lessons for students #ith special needs #ithin an inclusive environment.

Education % Credentials -llinois Btate Hniversity& ,ormal& -llinois Bachelor o' Arts in the &econdary 0eaching o' English& 1KK' #inor in &peech Communication

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cl cluding process #riting& #riting on com+ as puter& role playing& and the development of sr thematic units. -n addition& - have had the oo opportunity to mentor three student m teachers and participate in curriculum te development for the .nglish department. ac believe in fostering an environment that hi leads to student success& and that includes ng adapting my teaching style to meet the str needs of students at multiple at socioeconomic and ability levels. -n eg addition& - am comfortable in an inclusion ies environment& and - have e)tensive & e)perience team teaching #ith spe+cial in education teachers.


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1evamped recruitment strategies placing added emphasis on campus initiatives. 0s a re+sult& cost+per+hire e)penses fell 3 R this year. 7onducted industry#ide salary surveys and subse*uently realigned our salary structure to reflect mar(et trends. Overhauled anti*uated $ob descriptions to reflect current $ob demands.
Bpearheaded an 51-B conversion #ithin the department.

Education 1utgers Hniversity& ,e# Druns#ic(& ,G Bachelor o' Arts) Psychology& 1KK@ References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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responsible positions in 5uman 1esource <anagement& first in gener+ alist roles and then in various 51 specialties& have broad+based e)perience #ith the ability to handle the multitude of issues that often arise #ithin an organi9ation such as yours. "ey needs today include employee retention and hiring the best people the first time& and our employee satisfaction surveys and churn has been the best in the company history. -n my present $ob& in addition to the staffing& benefits& and compensation functions& - have

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5onolulu& 5a#aii K!I1 :I'I; +@I@3 L emailQemail.com 1mage Consultant Personali=ed 2ashion Guidance *ardro+e Analysis and Planning 2ashion #akeovers Nonver+al Communications and Business EtiMuette Authority =edicated professional see(ing consultative position #ith mid+ to large+si9e firm. Dac(ground includes 1' years8 image design e)perience& 'T corporate #or(+shop presentations. Core &trengths 7orporate =ress ,e# -mage =esign Jong+Term Wardrobe /lanning 7olor 0nalysis Pro'essional Experience -<03-,. T5-B& 5onolulu& 5a#aii


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3ro rietor/,ma!e Consultant -n+person coaching of over @'' individuals to ma)imi9e their personal and professional image potential. Belect clients include sports professionals& corporate senior management& and la#yers. "ey areas of guidance include professional and casual dress& often re*uiring complete #ardrobe overhaul.

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5elped roo(ie salesperson #ith #ardrobe color analysis. ,e# loo( contributed to 3'R hi(e in personal sales volume. =esigned fashion ma(eover for laid+off 4I+year+old middle managerAbusiness and casual dress. Doost in confidence helped client land better+paying& more responsible position #ithin a month.

Education Ban =iego Btate Hniversity& Ban =iego& 7alifornia Bachelor o' Arts #arketing) 567C

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

ord of advising individuals on dress+for+ techni*ues& significantly - success heightening their professional potential. ha ve am an e)perienced #or(shop presenter& and a #ill advise and guide your #or(force on 1' basics of image design& including + professional dress& #ardrobe color analysis& ye and long+term image planning. - am also an ar e)pert at teaching essential nonverbal tra communication and business eti*uette enhancing your company8s c( s(ills& rec professionalism in the mind of your customers.


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&haron 0amiya ears representing ma$or automobile insurers and under#riters 7alifornia insurance ad$uster8s license V7 1212 @2I'1 1obin Jane O$ai& 0ri9ona insurance ad$uster8s license V0 IIII 7alifornia K3'23 :I' ; Core &trengths Bite -nvestigations 7ommunicationsL-ntervie#s +1122 L -ntervie#ing emailQemail .stimating /ro$ect <anagement 1emaining 7alm in .mergencies .com Pro'essional Experience Claims Ad?ustor 5665 to Current 1ndependent Claims Ad?uster 1ndependent Contractor Contractor -nvestigating& estimating& and resolving motor vehicle collision claims. 7onduct crash site in+vestigation. Ta(e statements from #itnesses. 0ssess damage :property& theft& or personal bodily in$ury;. /hotograph and Automo+ile document site. 0naly9e police and #itness reports for inconsistencies. 1eintervie# if #arranted. =etermine liability after consideration of uninsured motorist and third+party involvement. <a(e repairLreplace Collision recommendations. Bubmit Sactimate estimates in final report submitted to field office. 0he't Personal 1n?ury 1 <obile Office 7apability: 2''2 7hevy 4S BH> #ith laptop computer& 3/B& mapping soft+ #are& printer& cell& and digital camera. n Education d -nsurance -nstitute of 0merica& <alvern& /ennsylvania e Associate in Claims 8A1C9 ;<<5 p 1egistered /rofessional 0d$usters& -nc.& ,apa& 7alifornia e $egistered Pro'essional Ad?uster 8$PA9 n d References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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my reports in the field and submit them electronically& #hile on my #ay to our ne)t *hy should we hire you)$ob. what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, - offer a combination of critical claims ad$usting and pro$ect management s(ills in addition to industry licenses and certifications. With ad$uster8s licenses for both 7alifornia and 0ri9ona& - can e)tend my op+erations over a greater area. With my high+ tech& mobile office you get 24L@ accessibility and state+ of+the+art electronic communications. - prepare


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&tephen Galle 4 ! "elley 1o =allas& Te)as @


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&/CCE&&2/3 1N&/$ANCE &A3E&#AN with more than 5B years o' outstanding achievements ;<<5 Company &alesman o' the :ear P5J million in annual sales /roven trac( record of success in the sales of life and health insurance #ith recognition for ne# mar(et start+ ups& increasing annual sales from O! million to O14 million in si) years& and consistently e)ceeding *uotas. Core &trengths Hni*ue prospecting techni*ues =eveloping long+term relationships Btrategic mar(eting Btrong presentation s(ills Pro'essional Experience J P 5 -,BH10,7. 7O</0,4& =allas& Te)as 1KK to present


-nterfacing #ith senior e)ecutives Becuring referrals from clients ,e# product introductions .)cellent customer service

District Sales Re resentative /rospect for ne# clients& ma(e formal presentations& and close sales in the ,orth Te)as =istrict. %ocus on small to medium+si9e businesses as #ell as individuals& analy9e their needs and recommend the appropriate products to build their confidence and trust. =evelop and implement strategic mar(eting and advertising plans. /rovide e)cellent service to all clients to generate repeat business and referrals.

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Opened three ne# mar(ets and generated O1 million in the first year.
-ncreased annual territory sales to O14 million in 2''1. Becured a %ortune 1'' company #ith O3 million in annual premiums. 1eceived the Top =istrict Bales 0#ard in all four *uarters of 2''1.

Daylor Hniversity& Waco& Te)as Bachelor o' Business Administration !egree> 566E G3*1 8.9 Dean:s List in ever$ semester References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

Bales 0#ards /rospecting /resentations 7losing B(ills 1elationships 1epeat Dusiness 1eferrals 7ustomer ,eeds 7ustomer Bervice -nterface Jicensed -nsurance /roducts /roduct -ntroductions Territory Btrategic /lans %orecasting 7lient Dase

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e)ecutives& and develop strong relationships resulting in long+term repeat and refer+ral business. - believe my

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#argaret =esign Trends 0ccessories *est--a''ord) Pro'essional Experience A&1! 12 Jinden 7ourt -,T.1-O1 =-<.,B-O,B& Bouthampton& ,e# 4or( 1KK' to /resent Bouthampton & ,e# 4or( ,nterior Desi!ner 11K!I : 1!; Wor( collaboratively #ith clients from initial consultation to completion of interior design pro$+ects. Htili9e +I@I@ L strong drafting s(ills to create detailed floor plans to assist in construction and renovation phases. /rovide emailQemail.c input on architectural elements and select and purchase furnish+ingsLaccessories. %re*uently visit ,e# 4or( om 7ity sho#rooms (eeping abreast of design trends to offer ma)imum options to clientele. 1N0E$1.$ !E&1GNE$ ocu sed on creat ing comf ortab !e yet inno vativ e interi or

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Won first place design a#ard for Most ,nvitin! Master Bedroom& <uttonto#n -nterior =e+ signers Bho#case& ,ovember 2''1. =esigned and commissioned a one+of+a+(ind fau) finish to replicate an old #orld plaster ef+fect for the Ohe(a 7astle renovation.

Education ,e# 4or( Hniversity& ,e# 4or(& ,e# 4or( Bachelor o' 2ine Arts) Art -istory& 1KI <etropolitan -nstitute of -nterior =esign& /lainvie#& ,e# 4or( !iploma) 1nterior !esign& 1KKK A''iliations /rofessional <embership& 0merican Bociety of -nterior =esigners References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

spac es Over 1' years8 e)perience helping a #ide variety of clients surround themselves #ith beauti+ful& functional environments. B(illed in all aspects of space planning for residential& commer+cial& and industrial pro$ects.

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had clients recommend me to friends and in the process called me a contemporary design specialist& #hile others $ust #ee(s *hy should we hire you)later have referred to me as a traditional what are your strengths)designer. - get a real (ic( out of that. and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, -8d li(e to thin( that #hat sets me apart from other interior designers is the fle)ibility - bring to each pro$ect. Though li(e most professionals in this field& have strong preferences in #hat - consider truly beautiful& - remain entirely open and adaptable to the #ants and styles of my clients. %or e)ample& -8ve

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@ohn E. !av K2 3rand 0venue Bouth Bt. /aul&

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1nventory Control #anager 57-:ear Career Complemented +y #$P and C1$# Credentials Broad #aterials #anagement Experience ... 1ndustry Networking #ultisite Glo+al .perations 0 (een eye for improving efficiency #hile controlling costs. 7onsistently able to identify prob+lems and implement solutions. Trac( record of achieving order accuracy& trimming fulfillment costs& reducing capital asset deployment& and cutting spoilageLloss and shrin(age. Core &trengths 7ontract administration -dentification and trac(ing 1eal+time inventory 7ost control and reduction Pro'essional Experience D.,BO, -,=HBT1-.B& Bt. /aul& <innesota 1KK to 7urrent ,nventor$ Control Mana!er <anage daily operations of a 4+person inventory control division #ith both union labor and support personnel. <anage O!I million inventory. .nhance real+time features: inventory re+ceipts& #ithdra#als& availability& commitments& and customer service information. =irect ac*ui+sition management function responsibilities for over O1 billion in annual e)penditures. Over+see contract administration& negotiation& and rebid functions for over O2'' million in annual subcontracts. .stablished inventory protection programs for components and subcontractors.


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-mplemented an automatic data capture net#or( system using bar codes and radio fre+ *uency. 1educed ra#+material inventory by 3IR in first year& #ithout #rite+outs or stoc(+outs.
0chieved 2''' material cost savings of 3KR& and 2IR during 2''1. -ntegrated a supplier management model based on partnership strategies and visions.

Education Bt. 7loud Btate Hniversity& Bt. 7loud& <innesota Bachelor o' &cience( Business #anagement) 567J

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-nventory P <aterials <anagement =iploma& Bt. 7loud Technical 7ollege& 1KI1

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, 0s an 1I+year veteran in

inv l ensure improved efficiency #ith con+ ent trolled costs. - have directed globally or located& multisite operations& and managed y multiyear supply agreements as large as co O!' million. <y 7-1< and <1/ ntr credentials are bac(ed by significant real+ ol time inventory and automatic data capture an e)perience. - have a trac( record of d applying innovative& state+of+the+art pla concepts in cycle counts& item nni identification& and trac(ing. <y e)pertise in ng& developing inven+tory protection programs& - documents& and contracts has resulted in #il industry net#or(ing.



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&usan &ta''ord inter+esting articles. KI@! Writers Jane =allas& Te)as @ 2 2 Core &trengths :4!K; + .)cellent #riting s(ills -nvestigativeLfactual information 1122 L emailQemail. <ultiple pro$ects 0l#ays meets specified deadlines com =isciplinedLdetail+oriented .diting and proofreading Gournalism degree .lectronic publishing -1 Pro'essional Experience G-3 : BT0%%O1= P 0BBO7-0T.B& =allas& Te)as 1KK2 to present P/B3 ,nde endent ;ournalist 1&-E 7onstantly see( out ne#spapers& maga9ines& and trade $ournals that #elcome creative and fac+tual articles. ! /resent story ideas to publishers and editors and determine specific deadlines. 7onduct research& utili9e @./ resources& organi9e materials& and use e)cellent #riting s(ills to de+velop #el+#ritten and interesting articles. $NA .dit and proofread all articles before submitting for publication. 31&0 #ith 1 Bi) articles published in the Te%as State <ews a er in 2''1. 1' years 2 3uest columnist in the .all Street Bulletin in Guly of 2''1. of 3 Belected from among 2 -ndependent Gournalist to create a #ee(ly home improvement column in the Te%as 2ome and Garden Ma!a5ine. outsta 4 2''1 2Writer of the 4ear6 0#ard presented by the =allas Writers 7lub. nding accom Education plish Te)as Tech Hniversity& Jubboc(& Te)as ments Bachelor o' Arts !egree> #a?or( @ournalism> 5665 G3*1 =.0 ,e#sp Member of 3hi >a a Beta 2onor Societ$ apers& <aga9i References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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gani9ing materials& conducting research to obtain factual information& and using my e)cellent& detail+oriented #riting s(ills. *hy should we hire you)al#ays meet specified deadlines. - can what are your strengths)contribute greatly to your company by and how do you seeal#ays coming up #ith story ideas and yoursel' contri+uting toutili9ing various resources to develop #ell+ #ritten and inter+esting articles. our company, - am a creative and analytical $ournalist #ho has been published in several ma$or ne#spapers& maga+ 9ines& and trade $ournals since 1KK2. - continually #or( on multiple pro$ects& including intervie#ing& or+




Eleanor #. & 2 /ennsylvani .ast

Drent#ood& ,e# 4or( 11@1@ :!31; 232+ emailQemail.com 3a+oratory 0echnician 5< years o' experience in medical and clinical la+oratory settings &pecimen analysis and reporting Clinical data processing 1nstrument cali+ration and maintenance 7ross+trained in broad areas of medical laboratory procedures including hematology& mi+croscopy& chemistry& serology& and bacteriologic testing. Organi9ed and analytical #ith e)cep+tional time management& error reduction& and outcome reporting s(ills. Core &trengths 5ematologyL/hlebotomy Dlood Dan( .*uipment 7are Cuality 0ssurance Pro'essional Experience 0JJ B0-,TB 5OB/-T0J& West -slip& ,e# 4or( 1KK! to /resent


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Laborator$ Technician Wor( collaboratively #ith a medical technologist to maintain a compliant department that strictly adheres to regulatory guidelines. -nterface #ith all concerned throughout multiple hos+pital units. /erform laboratory tests& routine preventive maintenance& and *uality control pro+cedures. 0naly9e& interpret& record& and communicate test results& and ensure the integrity of computeri9ed systems and high+end e*uipment functionality.

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7oordinate in+service training programs for ne# clinical assistants.

7ontinue to reduce the annual error rate for specimen testing by 2'R. /articipate in audits to ensure regulatory compliance and state funding. 1ender off+site phlebotomy services across the medical community.

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, 0s an evening shift

la am recogni9ed for my ability to prioriti9e& bo coor+dinate& and perform tas(s concurrently rat during periods of limited staffing and or supervision. - offer cross+trained e)perience y in areas of hematology& phlebotomy& blood tec ban(& urinalysis& coagulation& chemistry& hn bone marro# slides& vital signs& ici venipuncture& and fire and safety. - am an confident that my technical& clinical& and of administrative abilities #ould ensure the 1' integrity of your hospital8s laboratory ye functions in areas of *uality assurance& ars clinical data processing& and speciali9ed & -instrumentLe*uipment care man+agement.



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Andrew Ban 24+!I' Wai(i Doulevard

5onolulu& 5a#aii K!I1I :I'I; +32! L emailQemail.com Pro'essional Chau''eur Enhancing the 3imousine Experience Airport 0rans'ers &pecial Events City 0ours Courteous and Pro'essional .)pert driver #ith detailed (no#ledge of island roads and sight+seeing points of interest. .)+perienced #ith stretch limos and lu)ury BH>s. 5old current commercial driver8s license. Core &trengths 7ustomer Bervice -tinerary /lanning 7ity Tours .ntertainment =estinations Pro'essional Experience BT1.T75 O% T5. -<03-,0T-O, J-<OB& 5onolulu& 5a#aii 1KK to 7urrent


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Limousine Driver/Chauffeur /rimary activities include clientL>-/ airport pic(+up for area businesses. 0lso drive for variety of e)clusive events& including #eddings& birthdays& and graduations. 0ccountable for light cleaning and minor maintenance of vehicles. .nsure ade*uate supply of convenience items :ne#spapers& maga9ines& and drin(s; and proper functioning of cellular phone& 7= player& and television. Teach *uarterly safety training class for ne# chauffeurs.


1egularly receive positive letters of commendation from satisfied local and international

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1eceived Chauffeur of the ?ear @001 *ward for customer loyalty.

1esearched and #rote circle+island limousine tour script.

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1eporting directly to the director of the branch& manage eight loan officers #ith responsibility for O2II million in production& plus full responsibility for training. -n addition to personal account management and sales responsibility& recruited to design point+of+sale systems and preapproval programs to boost mar(et share in a highly competitive mar(et.

.stablished e*uity loan products including primary and secondary trust deeds. 0opProducing Education 3oan .''icer Hniversity of <ichigan& 0nn 0rbor& <ichigan Exp <asters in Dusiness 0dministrationL%inance& 1KK@ ert in 1 <ember& ,ational 0ssociation of <ortgage Dro(ers #or 2 <B Word 1KK@& .)cel& 0ccess& and Word/erfect tgag e References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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7losed over PB<)<<<)<<< in %50& >0 and conventional products since 1KKI.
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emailQemail.com 3oss Prevention #anager 5; yearsF experience with nationally recogni=ed retailers Proven expertise in reducing retail losses through proactive measures =riven to achieve substantial reductions in profit losses through leadership& vigilance& and planning and e)ecution of top+notch loss prevention strategies. Core &trengths 0sset protection %raud training 0uditing Becurity reports Pro'essional Experience 7O075& -nc. ,e# 4or(& ,4 3oss Prevention #anager :1KK4L/resent; 3oss Prevention Associate :1KK'L1KK4; 1KK' to /resent


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0chieved a 4'R reduction in shrin(age from 1KK! to 2''1.

1esearched& evaluated& purchased& and implemented state+of+the+art surveillance e*uip+ment for all stores. ,e# e*uipment& prominently displayed& is credited #ith a reduction in store theft. -nstituted undercover operations using store detectives posing as sales staff. To date infor+mants have identified 1' company employees involved in theft of merchandise.

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Mana!er .nsure performance of daily operations #ithin fast+paced shoe retail store ran(ed third in region. 0ccountable for proactive sales and mar(eting of store items as #ell as developing problem+solving strategies that address profit and loss issues. /rovide e)cellent customer ser+vice& and focused on e)panding referral base by building relationships #ith repeat customers.

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-ncreased store profits by 3 R #ithin only three months of employment.

Buccessfully implemented ne# goal settingLincentive programs. 1ecipient of 23olden %oot6 for consistently e)ceeding store goals. =ecisively replaced lagging employees #ith goal+driven individuals.

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#anu'acturerFs $epresentative 8A vested partner in your success9 Building and keeping .E# sales highDat the lowest cost o' sales Compiling) tracking) and using comprehensive customer data+ases to great advantage #aintaining steady territory presence 0n e)perienced& 2hungry6 sales professional #ith an in+depth (no#ledge of a rich and develop+ing territory. 0 master at finding and using competitive intelligence to put us inside your com+petitors8 sales decision cycles. Core &trengths 7losing Belling related& but not competitive& products Duilding or recovering distributor net#or(s Pro'essional Experience >ulcan 3eneral <anufacturing& Dirmingham& 0labama <anufacturer8s 1epresentative 1KK2 to 7urrent


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<anage a large territory effectively and efficiently. %ind and cement lasting relationships #ith purchasing decision ma(ers. =evelop& implement& and continually improve mar(eting and sales strategies that match our corporate strengths #ith our customers8 ever+changing needs. -ncrease the number of B"Hs sold to each account

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1eignited a distributor net#or( that had been neglected for years. Bales up 22R.

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$o+in Clater+augh -dentify methods to mar(et strategically and drive sale and distribution of insurance products through @3! <ar*uette distribution channels. "eep abreast of competition and trends. <anage vendor relationships. 0venue <il#au(ee& 1 Btrategi9ed and collaborated #ith BG Dan( to develop communication program& including page of Wisconsin <organ Dan(8s -ntranet& regarding its ac*uisition. 7oordinated media relations for coverage of 32'2 ac*uisition.


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7reated and developed pages for <a$or Dan( -nsurance 3roup8s intranet. /ro$ect involved converting policiesLprocedures into 5T<J& creating electronic access to ne#sletter& site nav+igation testing& and more.

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#edia Buyer -ighly &killed in Branding &trategies within 1nternational #arkets Experienced in #ultimedia 0echnology and &trategic Positioning &olid Purchasing and #arketing Experience Talented media buyer and mar(eting professional #ith a uni*ue balance of hands+on e)peri+ence. Thorough understanding of strategic positioning& buy analysis& multichannel media dis+tribution& and negotiation techni*ues. Core &trengths 7orporate 7ommunications -nternational <ar(ets 7lient 1elations Dranding Btrategies Duy 0nalysis Pro'essional Experience <.=-0 ,OW T.75,OJO3-.BA5amond& -J 1KKK to 7urrent


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*ssistant Media Bu$er <anage 1' top+level (ey accounts in directing all aspects of international media buying. 7ol+laborate #ith top+level client management teams to revie# branding strategies& negotiate pur+chasing terms& and ensure strategic positioning by selecting *uality electronic& print& and tele+vision media. Oversee client relations& *uality assurance& corporate communications& and contracts for additional creative services.

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,egotiated ma$or media buys for all 1' clients #ith O22. million to profits.
/layed a (ey role in three clients8 brea(ing into international mar(ets. 1eengineered internal buy analysis strategies& increasing accuracy by 3'R. 7reated si) national and four international brand management campaigns.

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<anaged the successful processing of 2'&''' billingsLclaims in 2''1.

<aintained a K!R to KIR accuracy rating of all transactions. -ncreased employee productivity by revising $ob responsibilities. -mplemented ne# medical billing soft#are and trained all employees.

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-ncreased 2''2 sales 22R first *uarterN repeat sales gre# 12R.
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Network Engineer 2ive yearsF experience in Communications Engineering Certi'ied Network Engineer 7ertified net#or( professional adept in latest technology. Btrong installation& troubleshooting& and administration s(ills. 0ble to meet and e)ceed e)pectations in *uality and rollout. .)per+tise in routing protocols. Core &trengths T7/L-/ Windo#s ,T -nstallation 1emote access Pro'essional Experience 7onnect,et& Ban Gose& 70 1KK to 2''1


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-nstalled remote access system for global company of 1 &''' employees

/iloted design of broadband system =esigned >irtual /rivate ,et#or( using public net#or( transport =eveloped security access controls including sign+on& filters& fire#alls

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7ochair Doard electionsN hold 7ertified /arents 0ssociation meetings.

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3ouise 3ama 2I I %ir Btre >entura&

7alifornia K3''3 :I' ; emailQemail.com

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$egistered Nurse 8$N-B&N9 Nursing -ome and Convalescent Care #anagement &killed !iagnostics and 0reatment Planning Huality through Compassionate) #anaged Care 0rdent communicator #ith over 14 years of providing medical services to geriatric patients in state licensed& long+term care facilities. Core &trengths 1esident 0ssessments Treatment /lan =evelopment 7ase <anagement Pro'essional Experience B.0>-.W 3.1-0T1-7 701. 7.,T.1 >entura& 7alifornia Char!e <urse7Re!istered <urse CR< ,,D 1EEB to Current =irect the admission& treatment& and discharge of patients in this 12'+bed nursing home. 7on+sult #ith interdisciplinary team members regarding patient treatment and implementation of patient care plans. -nstructed patient and family diagnosis& prognosis& and in+residence care.


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1esident e)pert and staff trainer in the 1esident 0ssessment -nstrument and the <ini+mum =ata Bet. -nitiated and conducted a series of practice 10-L<=B audits. Beavie# has earned 1''R compliance on all inspections since 1KKI. 10-L<=B %acilitator certification e)pected in Beptember 2''2.

Education 7alifornia Btate Hniversity at ,orthridge& 7alifornia Bachelor o' &cience) Nursing 8B&N9 566J References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest

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changes& en+9yme nutrition& chelation therapy& natural allergy and s(in care treatments& and the integrative care methods. This balanced and #hole body *hy &hould .ur approach has proven highly effective Company -ire :ou, because it is a multisided approach and - believe in a holistic brings on a more rapid achievement of approach to health because positive results. health is much more than $ust the absence of disease. Optimum health is to thrive in a state of vitality. The #ay - accomplish this is through proper client analysis and the implementation of vitamin supplementation& diet& e)ercise& and lifestyle




0ina Iitou 423' =ove = 7itrus 5eights&

7alifornia K !21


+1122 L emailQemail.com

Certi'ied Paralegal "edicated to providing superior, uninterrupted administrative support to !ega! and non!ega! staff# 7onfident& articulate& and results+oriented legal support professional offering a strong founda+tion of education and e)perience. 7reative and enthusiastic #ith a proven record of success in prioriti9ing and processing heavy #or(flo# #ithout supervision. Buperior organi9ation and communication s(ills& committed to personal and professional gro#th. Core &trengths 7lientLTrial /reparation 1esearch P Bupport =omestic 1elations .)hibitsLWitness Jists Pro'essional Experience 7ounty 0ttorney8s OfficeA%remont& 70 1KK to /resent


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/romoted above peers to paralegal position after serving as intern.

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Jed firm to compete on a global scale for eight consecutive years

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&usan Huinn 3 <emorial Doulevard

,e#ar(& ,G '@1'4 :K@3; 443+ L emailQemail.com Personal 0rainer -elping clients achieve 'itness and weight-loss goals Certi'ied Personal 0rainer B.&. in Exercise &cience -igh client re'erral rate 7ertified /ersonal TrainerL%itness Bpecialist #ith five years8 e)perience at an upscale fitness club. B(illed at motivating clients to achieve goals. Doo( 3'R more clients on average than other trainers at the facility. Core &trengths %itness evaluations 3oal Betting 7ustomi9ed program design -nterpersonal s(ills Pro'essional Experience 5-35TOW.1 B/O1TB 7JHD& 7leveland& O5 1KK@L/resent 3ersonal Trainer Train a client base of up to 4' members per #ee(. /erform fitness assessments including body+fat analysis. Bet and modify goals in consultation #ith clients. Hse fitness soft#are to main+tain accurate records. Train clients on use of e*uipment& including ,autilus and free #eights. =evelop professional #eight+training and cardiovascular programs. /erform introductory con+sultations and boo( ne# clients. 7ommunication s(ills <uscle conditioning <otivating clients %itness soft#are


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7onsistently overachieved sales *uota and increased mar(et share in ma$or product groups. Won top sales achievement a#ards in hospital territory sales for four consecutive years :1KKK L2''2;. Teamed #ith three field representatives to triple dollar volume and boost mar(et share 4 R in highly competitive northern ,e# Gersey territory. =elivered strong results for secondary products in hospital territory& doubling sales year over year. Belected as sales training advisor and medical information resources provider for sales and mar(eting team.

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Camille $o+er Cph0 !234 Ja 7osta 0ny#here&

<ichigan ''''' :2'I; emailQemail.com

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Certi'ied Pharmacy 0echnician &even :ears o' Pharmaceutical Experience Experienced in -andling $adioactive Pharmaceuticals Btrong science& chemistry& and health care bac(ground. 7omprehensive (no#ledge of medical terms and medications. /recise handling of radioactive pharmaceutical products. 7urrently learning pharmaceutical robotic machine programming. Core &trengths 5ealth /hysics Organic 7hemistry Organi9ation Cuality 7ontrol Pro'essional Experience /501<07.HT-70J 7O</0,4& Walled Ja(e& <ichigan 1KK to /resent


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.mployee of the 4ear& 2'''.

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Doulevard >entura& 7alifornia K3''3 :I' ; +1122 L emailQemail.com Photographer 1ndustrialD!ocumentaryD!igital Portraiture Corporate 1mage Building % $epair through 1nspired Photo?ournalism


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Charles *. #organ 14'' ,orth 0

0tlanta& 3eorgia 3''4' :@@'; +1212 L emailQemail.com Production #anager 0he a+ility to translate your corporate vision into pro'its Guiding complex production teams to success &ystems view o' production that creates synergy +etween people and capital investment 0 credible& profit+oriented leader (no#n for s(ill in recruiting& motivating& and retaining teams of production professionals dedicated to continuous manufacturing improvement. Core &trengths Optimal capacity planning 7ost avoidance -BO K''' series certification Pro'essional Experience Trans"ing 7orporation& ,orcross& 3eorgia


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#ichael Cunningham 1!1 1 0rapaho Doulevard =allas& Te)as @ 2I@ :K@2; +2211 L emailQemail.com C.N&0$/C01.N P$.@EC0 #ANAGE$ with

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Btarted and finished the construction of 1' single and 1 multifamily homes in 2''1& generating more than O2 million in revenues. =eveloped a ne# trac(ing system that reduced labor costs by 3'R.
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$ichard 3an ! 43 Deretani Btreet

5onolulu& 5a#aii K!I2! :I'I; +KKKK L emailQemail.com .n-&ite Property #anager &easoned Community Association #anager $esidential Properties #ultisite Administration Particularly &killed at 0enant $elations 12T years8 e)perience in various residential real estate settings. 7ost+conscious administrator adept at designing preventative maintenance strategies. .)pertly facilitate o#nerLtenant relationships. Core &trengths 7ondominiums Ju)ury /roperties /ro$ect Bcheduling 7omplaint -nvestigations Pro'essional Experience 0BB.T <0,03.1B& -,7.& 5onolulu& 5a#aii 1KK to /resent 0n)Site 3ro ert$ Mana!er 1esponsible for 12'+unit lu)ury apartment building. Bupervise staff of nine& ensuring safe and properly maintained property. <onitor pool cleaning& painting& and security contract personnel. 0ct as liaison bet#een board of directors and o#ners. 0ccountable to asset property manager.


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Bar+ara *eaver 1'2'' Wilshire Doulevard Jos 0ngeles& 7alifornia K''24 :213; 1122 L emailQemail.com Pu+lic $elations !irector

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<emphis& Tennessee 3@''' :K'1; +1212 L emailQemail.com Huality Engineer A decade o' leading companies to Muality and customers to value Continuous Muality improvement #etric systems that work 'or people Ialue-added processes in manu'acturing and sales 0 highly+trained *uality systems e)ecutive #ith the communications s(ills& drive& and vision to infuse a *uality culture throughout your organi9ation. Bolid trac( record of producing #orld+class *uality.


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Top /roducer 0#ard in 1KKK for the ,ortheast 1egion

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V34 Je#iston& <aine '424' :2'@; +1122 L emailQemail.com &enior Corporate $eceptionist PBN Administration !omestic % 2oreign Communications #ultilingual Communication &kills Proven Executive-3evel Business &upport &kills Beasoned senior+level receptionist #ith an ability to spill over into public relations and admin+istrative support. Outstanding personality and professional manner. Btate+of+the+art e*uip+mentLtechnology trained :telephony P computer;. Core &trengths Top <anagement -nteraction 0rticulate :/resentations; 0dministrative 0ssistant ,otary /ublic Pro'essional Experience <071OBO%T -,7.& Bilicon >alley& 7alifornia 1KK2 to /resent Cor orate Rece tionist Oversee total operation of a 1''+line /DS telephone system and a staff of fourN greet clients& screen& and direct calls to 4'' :plus; in+house e)tensions. Trained individuals to manage the /DS area enabling time to assist :part of the day; in the e)ecutive office area. /rovide %rench translations of 2in6 and 2outgoing6 messages via telephone& fa)& and email. /rovide varied sec+retarial and des(top publishing assistance.


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=eveloped a procedural manual for the /DS area.

Bcreen& hire& and train /DS operators. =eveloped a system #hich allo#s trac(ing of corporate credit card e)penses. Bchedule and trac( all corporate+related travel for si) individuals.

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$estaurant #anager Controlling costs and ensuring pro'ita+ility... &ta'' 0raining !evelopment " 2ood &tandards % Controls Budget Planning Administration " Customer &ervice #anagement Beasoned management professional offering nearly 1' years8 e)perience in fast+paced& high+volume food serviceLbar environments. <a)imi9ing staff potential through e)cellent leadership and organi9ational s(ills. Core &trengths -nventoryL7ost 7ontrol %ood P Deverage Operations %acilities <anagementLBanitation <enu =evelopment Pro'essional Experience Worthington Woods 1esort& 7olumbus& Ohio


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3re# operating profits by I.4R #ithin first year.

7oordinated and supervised O ''&''' restaurant renovation. <ar(eted restaurant benefits and features that attracted high+profile travelers. Btrategically designed highly creative menu that became standard for all hotels.

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-ncreased district sales by O!'&'''N achieved highest margin of improvement.

=rove sales for credit operations by training staff in up+selling techni*ues. -mplemented highly effective management strategic planning sessions. /ioneered security operations to reduce inventory loss.

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Bnyder& ,e# 4or( 1422! :@1!; +!K 4 L emailQemail.com $isk #anagement &easoned Pro'essional with Expertise in 1nvestigating 3oss -istory 0rends to Predict and Avoid 2uture $isk Per'orm 1nsurance Analysis) !etermine &everity and 2reMuency Potential) and #inimi=e 2inancial 1mpact =irect ris( management staff overseeing O4 million in credit e)posure. -nstill performance+based culture by allocating responsibility and accountability. =evelop programs to ma)imi9e loss control. Core &trengths 5ealth and Bafety /rograms Operational and 1is( 1eporting %idelity& Burety& and Jiability Pro'essional Experience 5.J%.1 -,=HBT1-.B& JT=.& Duffalo& ,e# 4or( 1KI2 to 7urrent


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1eengineered processes resulting in O1.2 million loss avoidanceLris( reduction in 1 year.

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3ained 1'R mar(et share in the saturated Dac( Day mar(et Opened up a territory that represented O1''" in ne# 2''2 revenue Jaunched the first corporate Web site to offer real+time rental data

Doston Hniversity& Doston& <assachusetts Bachelor o' &cience( Business Administration) ;<<5

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&ales &upport Engineer Positioning your company as the Ksole sourceL $elationship % consultative selling Presentation skills at the engineering level Customer needs analysis 0 driven sales professional #ith all the engineering e)perience needed to uncover and fill mar+(et niche needs Aeven those your customers aren8t yet a#are of. Totally dedicated to the idea that customer support al#ays e*uals sales support. <ore than seven years as an industrial en+gineer and more than five years as sales support engineer. Core &trengths <atching customers8 needs #ith our products Jeveraging mar(et intelligence Bpotting industry trends Pro'essional Experience 1ailtor /ac(ing .*uipment 7ompany& 0uburn& 0labama 1KKI to 7urrent


7onsultative selling Troubleshooting <astering production procedures

Sales Su ort +n!ineer 1esponsible for the sales process from lead generation to delivery to comprehensive follo#+up. 7ollaborate closely #ith our engineering& mar(eting& and sales departments to match or modi+fy our 21 +item product line to customers8 re*uirements. Wor( closely #ith customers to devel+op best practicesAoften on site. =evelop and *ualify ne# leads for a company #ith O3@ < an+nual sales.

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Hsed customer8s re*uirements to spin off ne# product line that generated O2''" in sales.

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.nhanced supplier relationships and reali9ed profitability by O2' million


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<etamora& -llinois !1111 :3'K; 123+4 !! L emailQemail.com &econdary &chool Administrator .''ering ;<O years in education) with a proven commitment to creating a nurturing culture 2oster teamwork among educators and e''ectively mentor teachers to promote student advocacy. Expertise in Curriculum !evelopment 1nstruction % &upervision Consulting % Colla+oration 1esourceful and visionary education administrator #idely e)perienced in program develop+ment& grant #riting& curricula development& school consolidation& computer education& staff de+velopment& budget management& strategic planning& and community L media relations. .)cel+lent #ritten and oral communication s(ills. Core &trengths %ostering Btudent .ngagement .ncouraging Jifelong Jearning Te)tboo( 1evie# 7onsultingL7ollaboration Pro'essional Experience 1OBB 30<DJ. 5-35 B75OOJ& =ela#are& -llinois ILI4 to /resent


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3rinci al Oversee all operations& providing personnel development and related services to a staff of 4' teachers& aides& and counselors. 0dminister programming& long+range planning& and policy de+velopment& and ensure compliance #ith state regulations.

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Duilt a reputation as a first+class source for information& #ith cutting+edge teaching tech+ni*ues and an up+to+date resource library for staff. Htili9ed compression planning process to develop needs assessment for at+ris( students. -mplemented Bcientific Jiteracy /ro$ect in collaboration #ith Bouthern -llinois Hniversity& that #as ran(ed one of the best in the state.

Education Dradley Hniversity& /eoria& -llinois #aster o' &cience in Education Administration& LI4 Hniversity of -llinois& Hrbana& -llinois Bachelor o' &cience in -istory& L@!

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

- culture that fosters student engagement& but belto do it effectively re+*uires a combination ievof strategies. - mentor individual teachers e and ma(e myself available to them& and in try to create a team#or( environment. pr 0fter all& there8s no room for competition& o because #e8re on the same sideN #e8re all m student advocates. -8ve brought a number oti of seminars to the school to pro+mote staff ng training and development. -8ve also #or(ed a #ith counselors and teachers to identify au+ nu thentic assessment techni*ues to ensure rtu that #e have a good measure of the needs rin of our students and to help us design g targeted learning goals and ob$ectives.


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0im 0hompson eDEurope) Paci'ic $im) 3atin America #.B.A. in 2inance and #.A. in 1' .ast 14th 1nternational A''airs 'rom *harton Btreet& 0pt. 3= ,e# 4or(& ,4=evelop innovative business& finance& and e+commerce strategies that deliver impressive bot+tom+line 1'''3 impact. 0n ac(no#ledged global thought leader& bringing cross+cultural business e)+pertise to every :212; + assignment. 1122 L emailQemail Core &trengths .com Dusiness /rocess 1eengineering 7orporate 7ulture 7hange %inancial <anagement Organi9ational =evelopment 2inance /erformance L Cuality -mprovement 0dvanced Technologies and E0ccelerated 3ro#th Btrategies =isaster 1ecovery Business &pecialist 2ortune E<<) &tartup) and Glo+al &trategi c Business Consulti ng Br o a d 1 n t e r Pro'essional Experience 3unther& 1eaburn& P Datson 7onsulting 1KK! to 7urrent

Mana!in! Consultant& Global 3ractice 7ollaborate #ith management teams of globally aligned companies and start+ups in all indus+tries to provide concrete guidance in business development& business reengineering& competi+tive mar(et positioning& change management& corporate image L mission L vision restructuring& operating leadership& <P0 integrations& -/O management& efficiency improvement& disaster recovery& and crisis management.

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1aised over O4' million funding for successful =utch telecom start+up.
Duilt 5ong "ong8s first e+commerce solution& still in business today. Drought public L launched :12 nations; the first non+H.B. microbre#ery. 5old board positions #ith t#o %ortune 1''' firms.

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#hile delving deeper into the details to develop solutions+based action plans that achieve management and staff buy+in. *hy should we hire you)Hsing fluency in three languages and an what are your strengths)understanding of diverse cultures8 business and how do you seepractices& - can improve your global yoursel' contri+uting tobusiness practices. our company, -mmediate contribution is my hallmar(A- *uic(ly assess your business situation and deliver short+ term impacting solutions


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0heresa #as 24 0ubrey 7o /rinceton

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&enior-3evel &ales #anagement Pro'essional ;< :earsF &ales and #arketing 3eadership #ulti-#illion-!ollar Achievements in $evenue Gain !eliver &ustained Business Growth and &olid Alliances Transform corporate goals into profits by cross+functional teaming to develop speed+to+mar(et strategies& by constructing innovative sales programs& and by managing dynamic& solutions+based sales teams. Core &trengths ,ational 0ccount Oversight Bhort+ and Jong+Term 3oals Bales /rogram =evelopment /rofit P Joss Oversight Pro'essional Experience <ed Bolutions& /hiladelphia& /0


<ar(et .valuation and Btrategy Bales Organi9ation 1estructuring Bales %orce <otivation and Training 7+Jevel 1elationship <anagement

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Senior 4ice 3resident of Sales <ember of core management team directing restart for this leading manufacturer of .<B+related medical devices. 1edefined and restructured company& achieving 2 R annual gro#th. Hsed mar(et and product evaluation& strategy& and competitive analysis to rebuild distribution channels& create lean yet effective sales budgets& develop ne# accounts& and negotiate $oint partnerships for multichannel distribution.

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Too( business from O 4 million to OI' million in under three years.

1evitali9ed mar(et position& bringing to fifth in industry from tenth. 1educed turnover to 1'R less than industry comparables. 7reated systems to address difficulties caused by accelerated gro#th.

1utgers Hniversity& ,e# Druns#ic(& ,G Bachelor o' &cience( #athematics) 567;

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=evelopment program in leadership& 5arvard Ja# Bchool& 2''1

=evelopment program in mentoring& Hniversity of <ichigan& 2'''

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e)perienced senior sales leader& - direct regional and national programs and sales teams serving %ortune 1'' compa+nies. We gro# ne# and core business in corporations and entrepreneurial companies& using strategic plans and brea(+through positioning to gain competitive advantage and convert visions into results. - believe in consultative sales com+bined #ith calculated ris(& and encourage my team to develop and deliver innovative solutions that build business& generate profits& and solidify customer relationships.



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@ulie P. $ackley) Groups 'or Parents 3&* 123 <ain Btreet !iversi'ied Caseworker #ith an innate ability to access& evaluate& and ma(e decisions per+taining to children Bouth :or adults; relevant to their safety and the possible need for treatment or rehabilitation. <any need relocation /ortland& or protection from dysfunctional home environments& sur+roundings& and guardians. <aine '41'! :2'@; + KKKK L Core &trengths emailQemail Jead 3roup 7ounseling Bessions =iagnostic .valuation .com Oversee 7hild 3uidance 7linics -nvestigate 5ome 7onditions .valuate /ersonal 7haracteristics Dehavior <odification /rograms &ocia l Pro'essional Experience *ork 1KK2L/rese er nt =epartment of 5uman Bervices& 0ugusta& <aine Child Child 3rotective Casewor#er Prote ction 7ounsel individuals or family members regarding behavior modification& rehabilitation& social ad$ustments& Advo financial assistance& vocational training& childcare& or medical care. Jead group counseling sessions to cate provide support in such areas as grief& stress& or chemical dependency. Berve as liaison bet#een student& 3icensed &ocial home& school& family service agencies& child guidance clinics& courts& protective adoptive home& or to protect *orker children from harmful environment. &elected to !evel op $elev ant Progr ams and 1nstru

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=eveloped a program to train other case#or(ers to better understand 0utism.

0ssisted in the founding of a ne# outreach hotline for runa#ays.

Hniversity of ,e# .ngland& Diddeford& <aine Bachelor o' &cience Psychology Concentration) #ental -ealth) 566; #aster in &ocial &ervices &pring) ;<<B

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/sychology ,ational 5onor Bociety& /B- 757urrent 3/0L3.I

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trained other case+#or(ers and community providers regarding child abuse and neglect& among other areas. - believe your *hy should we hire you)organi9ation could benefit from such what are your strengths)diversity #hile benefiting from my and how do you seecapability to help your orga+ni9ation yoursel' contri+uting toe)pand its services in the community. our company, 0s a candidate for my <aster8s in Bocial Wor(& also offer 1' plus years of e)perience in crisis inter+ vention #or(ing #ith people of all ages and #ith varying issues. -n addition& - have




Naomi Bridg 4'2 West 0da Btreet


/e(in& -llinois !1111 +1111 L emailQemail.com

-uman &ervices Pro'essional &ocial &ervices Case #anagement &ta'' #anagement Btrong *ualifications facilitating cooperative partnerships in both the private and public sector. .)cellent communication& team leadership& and crisis management s(ills. Jicensed social #or(er #ith e)tensive e)perience in the development and management of spe+ciali9ed programs targeting the needs of multiple patient populations. 7ombine team leader+ship e)perience #ith a solid bac(ground in counseling and therapy. 7onfident and focused under pressureN e)ercise prudent $udgment in decision+ma(ing areas. Core &trengths The /revention of Teen /regnancy <anagementL0dministration 1egulatory 7ompliance 1esearch Pro'essional Experience %0<-J4 B.1>-7.B 03.,74& /eoria& -llinois 1KK! to /resent Team Leader / Case Mana!er =irect all aspects of programming and client services for a private agency providing service to children and families throughout three counties. 0lso manage a busy caseload& #ith responsi+bility for identifying client needs and structuring treatment plans in collaboration #ith an in+terdisciplinary team of social #or(ers& nurses& therapists& and physicians& #ith an emphasis on behavioral change and lifestyle goals.


>ocational .ducation /olicy and /lanning <ental 5ealth 0ssessments 7ounselingL3roup Therapy

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Jaunched a si)+#ee( high+ris( teen pregnancy group incorporating childbirth and parent+ing education. Bolicited the donations of bassinets and layettes to use as incentives to moti+vate e)pectant mothers to attend all si) meetingsN attracted 2'T participants. -nitiated and delivered a number of educational seminars and #or(shops including 27lose the 3ap A7urrent 7hallenges of 0dolescence&6 #hich #as sold out #ithin a #ee(. .lected to serve on /eoria8s 0dolescent 7onsortium as a result of the success of this program.

Education H,->.1B-T4 O% -JJ-,O-B& Hrbana& -llinois& 1KK! #aster o' &ocial *ork D10=J.4 H,->.1B-T4& /eoria& -llinois& 1KK1 Bachelor o' &cience in &ocial &ervices

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company, - began as a case manager and counselor for substance abuse and additional clients

fro ns& and - progressed to the management of a m gro#ing agency. -n that capacity& - have bo forged a number of public and private th partnerships #ith government and public ad agencies& as #ell as leaders in the business ult community. -8ve also #ritten and an administered numerous grants. - believe d offer a uni*ue balance of s(ills& ranging yo from clinical social #or( :developing ut mental health assess+ments& helping h patients develop effective parenting and po other critical s(ills& and the facilitation of pu ther+apy groups; to full administration& lat including budgeting& research& regulatory io compliance& and policy and planning.



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!e+orah Neal developing sophisticated so'tware systems !3 "atchina Jane Expert &o'tware Engineer 0ny#her .utstanding Programming 0echniMues e& -daho ''''' :2'I; + '''' L /roficient in a number of programming languages. .fficient analytical& problem+solving& and decision+ emailQemail.c ma(ing s(ills. 0ble to solve comple) problems and provide #or(ing solutions. 7an as+sist others in utili9ing productive programming techni*ues. Wor( #ell under pressure. om Core &trengths &o'tware Engineer <ultidiscipline .ngineering <7% >7TT -nfrastructure /lanning Boft#are =esignL=evelopment Pro'essional Experience 0<- B.<-7O,=H7TO1& Jincoln& -daho

5G years o' s u c c e s s ' u l e x p e r i e n c e

Bystem %unctionality .mbedded "ernal OB 7 and 0ssembler Bystem -mplementation

2''1 to /resent

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7ompleted a 12+month pro$ect in under K monthsAreceived O2 '' a#ard.

Jead the Boft#are .ngineering Team in a pro$ect that resulted in a O3'&''' savings to the customer.

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Belected as team leader in development of a ne# <icrosoft game client.

0#arded Btudent -nnovation Bcholarship.

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s(ills. - am innovative& creative& and ta(e initiative to get the $ob done. - can handle stress and unpredictable #or(loads& *hy should we hire you)conflicting deadlines& and interruptions& what are your strengths)and most im+portantly& have strong and how do you seeinterpersonal s(ills #ith co#or(ers. - have yoursel' contri+uting tooutstanding design and development s(ills. - meet all *ualifications described in the our company, posting. - earned a Dachelor of Bcience degree in 7om+puter Bcience. - am organi9ed and capable of self+management. - am a proactive team player. have e)cellent pro+ gramming and functionality





Cynthia @an #iller 13@ .ast

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0dvise parentsLteachers on educational and communication strategies.

7onduct #ee(ly support groups for parents of speech+impaired children. =eveloped 25ear <e Out&6 a socially structured after+school program. 7oplanned the school8s first interactive Web site& 2"ids Tal(.6

,orth#estern Hniversity& .vanston& -llinois #asters o' &cience( &peech-3anguage Pathology) 566;

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New :ork &tate 3icensed &peech-3anguage Pathologist

New :ork &tate Certi'icate o' Clinical Competence


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pathologist #ith a bac(ground #or(ing in 0s clinical and educational settings& my a strengths include diagnostic screenings& spe evaluations& and therapies for speech+ ech impaired client popula+tions& specifically + children. 7ombined #ith a commitment to lan fostering communication bet#een parents& guastudents& and professional teams& - am ge confident that - #ould be an asset to your school district.


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<ar*uette Hniversity& <il#au(ee& Wisconsin @uris !octor) 566<

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Paul #acca 343K %astbrea Jane

=enver& 7olorado I'212 :3'3; +K 23 L emailQemail.com 1ntercollegiate Basket+all Coach &uccess'ul Athletic AdministratorDNCAA !ivision ; 0urnaround #anagement 0eam Building Academic &tandards 1esults+oriented leader #ith e)cellent s(ills in instructing& guiding& and motivating college+level bas(etball players. .ffectively employ group and one+on+one training and development programs. <ember of ,ational 0ssociation of Das(etball 7oaches. Core &trengths Team Duilding ,utrition and %itness 1ecruiting Pro'essional Experience T5. 1O7"-.B H,->.1B-T4& =enver& 7olorado 1KK to 7urrent


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2ead Coach Jead 12+man bas(etball s*uad #ith emphasis on sportsmanship& personal development& life+long learning& and academic success. Oversee staff of three assistant coaches& providing guid+ance on scheduling& travel planning& and e*uipment inventory issues.

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-mproved program graduation rate from @IR to K R. Team 3/0 s(yroc(eted to 3.!.
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.stablished cross+sport summer fitness camp& boosting enrollment by 3 'R #ithin four


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Hniversity of =enver& =enver& 7olorado #aster o' Arts &ports Psychology) 5677

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7oordinated a successful summer survey student camp. /revented a ma$or litigation case over boundary disputes.

&urveyor 3and and Airspace Education Proven &enior3evel &urveyor -daho Btate Hniversity& /ocatello& -daho Bachelor o' &cience !egree in &urveying. 5677.

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analy9ing& interpreting& and technology are some of my greatest strengths.

meet all the *ualifications outlined in the $ob posting& including a Dachelor8s Core &trengths degree. - have been a .)tremely precise suc+cessful surveyor /roficient use of 3/BL3-B e*uipment saving each company .n$oys outdoors& #al(ing& climbing Team builder and player money by improving e)isting processes #ith Pro'essional Experience state+of+the+art <OH,T0-,>-.W .,3-,..1-,3& -daho alls& -daho technology. am C Senior Surve$or dedicated to the pro$ect /lan and oversee a from conception to G variety of completion. <y field A g land #or(includin and airspace physical stamina allo#s distance and direction measuring. -nterpret 3/B and 3-B data& me to stand for long verify accuracy of data& prepare plots and maps& and reports. 1esearch evidence of previous boundaries& analy9e periods ofdetermine time. - location& en$oy #rite data to " the outdoors& #al(ing& and record results. 7reate plats for subdivisions. Htili9e s electronic distance+measuring e*uip+ ment. /rovide e)pert testimony in court cases as needed. climbing& and using scientific instru+ i E M mentation. 1esearching& =eveloped a ne# process that allo#s trac(ing of researched records.

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*illy Garrou 2K I@ 7ompo /ar(#ay

Westport& 7onnecticut '!II' :2'3; +1122 L emailQemail.com &witch Engineer 5< yearsF experience in 0elecommunications Ethernet &pecialist .)perienced s#itch engineer #ith bac(ground in installations& conversions& configurations& in+frastructure design& and architecture. 0bility to support all aspects of system life cycle from in+ception to implementation. Core &trengths 7ircuit analysis <ultivendor systems %iber optics Bimulations Pro'essional Experience ,et#or( .ngineering& -nc.& ,e# <ilford& 7onnecticut Switch +n!ineer /rovided on+site support and deploymentLintegration services to companies in the Hnited Btates and abroad. /erformed installation& configuration& troubleshooting& and maintenance of J0,LW0, hard#are& server& /7 system construction& and ,etWare. 1esolved applications problems and soft#are interface issues. =esigned #ireless connections to accommodate multi+ple locations and remote access. Troubleshootin g Testing =esign 0rchitecture


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1econstructed s#itch rooms to upgrade 31&'''+station net#or(

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%airfield Hniversity& %airfield& 7onnecticut Bachelor o' &cience) Computer Engineering. 5665.

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$onald 3ock 4@ /lymouth =uluth&

<innesota I11 :21I; emailQemail.com

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&enior 0ax &pecialist Expert Huali'ications in &trategic Planning % 2inancial 3eadership Corporate 0ax Policy 0ax Assessment $eduction Negotiations Audits Appeals Protests Compliance 5ands+on financial e)ecutive #ith 2' years of e)perience in all aspects of corporate ta)ation. 7onsistent record of accomplishment planning and implementing ta) strategies to achieve competitive advantage. Core &trengths Ta) /lanning Opportunities %inancial Btatement 1eporting 1evenue 0pportionment %orecasting P <anagement Pro'essional Experience .. -. =H/O,T =. ,.<OH1B P 7O.& =uluth& <innesota 1KK to 7urrent


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%inali9ed settlement #ith -1B reducing proposed deficiency by O@.K million.

Hsed -1B 0dvanced -ssue 1esolution :0-1; to reduce cost by O '' ". Buccessfully e)pedited a O4 million claim for federal refund. =eveloped and instituted completely computeri9ed ta) provision system.

7ornell Hniversity& -thaca& ,e# 4or( Bachelor o' Arts Business Administration) 567B

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*hy should we hire you) what are your strengths) and how do you see yoursel' contri+uting to our company,

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!an &chmit= Pro'essional Experience 22II Water Btreet &EN1.$ NE0*.$4 ENG1NEE$ 8E-&olutions9 566E to Present Jong Bprint 7ommunications 7ompany& J/ Deach& 0lameda& 7alifornia 7alifornia K'I'! :31'; 0ssess medium to large business data communications needs for high+speed digital& telephony& +1122 L internalLremote J0,LW0, net#or(s& and enterprise applications. /resent pro$ect proposal to clients along emailQemail #ith cost+benefit analyses. /ro$ect management activities cover installation and testing& ac*uisitions& .com personnel& schedules& and budgets. Wor( closely #ith business and techni+cal teams to ensure minimal disruption of services and ma)imum customer satisfaction. E&ol 1 Transitioned a ma$or sporting goods chain from host+based& proprietary platforms to open& utio clientLserver architectures. .)pected cost savings of O2''&''' by the second year of opera+tion. ns &pe 2 Duilt enterprise architectures and application systems for on+line transaction processing& cial ist decision support& and #or(group computing. ,et profits increased over 2'R in the first year of D o#nership. 0el eco Education mm uni 7alifornia Btate Hniversity at Jong Deach& 7alifornia cati Bachelor o' &cience in Computer &ystems EngineeringD5665 ons Network Engineer References "urnished ,mmediatel$ u on Re-uest 5< yearsF experience providing e+usiness solutions through 1nternet access and legacy systems integration and redesign. Core &trengths 0echnical &kills

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4311 -pmire D 7olu mbus& Ohio 4321K :@4';

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Telemar#etin! Mana!er %oster e)tremely productive and positive call center environment for prestigious& high+volume public relations company. 0ccountable for all telemar(eting operations including #or(force management and reporting& staff recruitingLcoaching and development& and problem analysisL decision ma(ing. =emonstrate e)pert (no#ledge over a variety of telemar(eting applications and methodologies.

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.)ecuted strategic telemar(eting sales campaign that increased sales by 3''R.

-mproved overall productivity by empo#ering staff #ith effective sales techni*ues. 1ecogni9ed as Top Telemar(eting 7ommission producer throughout employment. 7ontributing author for innovative script developmentL ob$ection handling.

%ran(lin Hniversity& 7olumbus& Ohio Bachelor o' Arts( &ales and #arketing) 566E

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>egas& ,evada IK1'4 :@'2; emailQemail.com

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Pro'essional 0ravel Agent Certi'ied 0ravel Counselor &ince 567E Corporate 0ravel 2amily Iacations Ecotours and $ecreational Activities 7apable and confident travel industry professional. .)tensive (no#ledge of global distribution systems. /roven success in developing ne# business and cultivating long+term client relation+ships. Core &trengths -nternational Travel Travel 7risis -nformation 7harter %lights 7ustomer Bervice Pro'essional Experience T10>.J /01T,.1B& Jas >egas& ,evada 7ustoms 1egulations >acation /ac(ages 7ruises B0D1.


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