|Jeremy R. Galatti|
692 Chevron Place, Houston, TX, 77094
Tel: (xxx) 758-5647 — Cel: (xxx) 945-7992 — Net: firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior sales and marketing position in a challenging new field where I can add value with my over 20 years of experience: exceeding sales targets, increasing company market share, developing new business, and revitalizing non-performing sales programs.
STRENGTHS — SKILLS — ABILITIES
Strong relationship building skills for acquiring new customers and retaining existing client base. Proven ability to size-up under-performing programs and quickly identify and implement solutions. Excellent team builder and leader, managing sales teams in a highly competitive sales environment. Significant success in opening up new markets and revitalizing stagnant markets and territories. Demonstrated ability to win over former customers that have moved to the competition.
EXPERIENCE — ACHIEVEMENTS — RESULTS
Key Account Manager, Imagine Corporation, Minneapolis, MN (2011-2016)
Increased annual sales from $14m to $17m with a unique key account management program targeting the 10 largest multinational clients. Realigned sales and distribution channels to enhance competitive product positioning and accelerate revenue performance.
Independent Sales Representative, DSL Computing Services, Houston TX (2009-2011)
Developed the strategic business plan for this small start-up, and designed and managed the sales program which achieved 100% growth in sales and 78% profitability, in the first year of operation.
District Sales Manager, Fidelity Computer Services Inc., Houston TX (2008-2009)
Senior sales executive responsible for opening a US division in Houston for global manufacturer of computer peripherals. Increased sales from $300K to $1.2M during first year by soliciting/winning new accounts.
Corporate Sales & Marketing Manager, Dixon Technologies Corp., Houston, TX (2005-2008)
Reporting to the company president, revitalized and developed sales territories. Increased sales from $400K to $1.3M first year by winning back key accounts lost to competition and soliciting/winning new accounts.
Regional Sales Manager, Tribec Corp., Houston, TX (2002-2005)
Responsible for development and implementation for multi-channel distribution and OEM accounts sales for this start-up computer company. Met or exceeded all sales quotas and new account development goals.
Senior Sales and Marketing Positions, Various Companies (1992 to 2001)
Held a number of progressively senior positions with companies in the computer manufacturing sector. Achieved significant results in revitalizing stagnant market territories and developing new business, and consistently posted sales numbers that exceeded targets.
EDUCATION — TRAINING — AWARDS
Bachelor of Business Administration, Sam Houston University, Huntsville, Texas.
Recipient of various company and national awards for outstanding sales and customer satisfaction results.
COMMUNITY — INVOLVEMENT — SERVICE
Founder: Fields of Dreams Foundation which raises money to send underprivileged kids to sports camps. Served as interviewer of possible beneficiaries for children’s Make-A-Wish Foundation.
|Dr. S. D. Monsanto|
2439 Sherwood St., Suite 918, Montreal, QC
(xxx) 979-4330 — email@example.com
Prior to his distinguished and successful career in international aviation law, Dr. Monsanto graduated with his undergraduate law degree from the National University of Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1960. In 1962 he went on to study Aviation Law as a specialty at the Institute of Aviation and Aerospace Law in Fuerza Aeres, Argentina. Then in 1972 he pursued specialized studies in Air Transport Economics through courses offered jointly by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Finally, in 1975 he earned his Doctorate of Law, with a specialization in Aviation Law, from the National University of Buenos Aires.
Dr. Monsanto spent the first 24 years of his professional career as Director of Aviation Policy, in the Department of Aviation of Argentina. In that position he was responsible for: negotiations of bilateral and multinational aviation agreements, optimization of scheduled and non-scheduled air transport services, development of aviation regulations and directives, dispute resolutions involving air carriers, and representing Argentina to various international organizations.
During this period, in parallel with his official full-time position with the Department of Aviation, Dr. Monsanto carried on numerous other professional and academic activities. These included: Spokesperson for the Air Transport Advisory Committee (1968-1986), Vice-President of the Interministerial Facilitation Committee (1975-1986), Assistant and Associate Professor of Law at the School of Navigation Law at National University of Buenos Aires (1962-1986), Assistant Professor of Law at the School of Aviation Law at the University of Moron (1970-1975), and Associate Professor of Law at the School of Navigation Law, University of Moron (1970-1975).
In 1997 Dr. Monsanto moved to Lima Peru to take up his appointment as Principal Air Transport Representative of South American countries to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). During the same period he also functioned as Secretary of the Latin American Civil Aviation Commission. In 2004 Dr. Monsanto won an international competition to become the Director of Air Transport for ICAO in Montreal. While at ICAO he was also appointed to the position of Honorary Visiting Doctoral Thesis Examiner at the Institute of Air and Space Law , McGill University, Montreal.
Dr. Monsanto has been a member of more than a dozen professional organizations and associations throughout his career. In addition, he has published numerous scholarly articles on subjects related to aviation law in respected international journals. He was named to the Aviation Order of Merit of Brazil and also received the “Santos Dumont” Medal from the Government of the Republic of Brazil. In addition, he has received numerous other awards and commendations including: The ALADA Silver Medal, Honorary Diploma from the Aeronautical Association of Argentina, and Honorary Diploma from the Pan-American Transportation Congress. He was also honored with his appointment as Vice-President of ICAO’s Judicial Committee. Dr. Monsanto is also multi-lingual, speaking Spanish, French, English, and Portugese.
|DAVID P. BRONWIN|
12472 West Avenue, U17, Littlevale, CA 93543
(xxx) 894-3645 — firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisory position in the field of maintenance and operations of equipment and/or facilities where I can apply the experience and knowledge gained over the past two decades.
SKILLS — ABILITIES — KNOWLEDGE
Over seven (7) years experience as a Materials Handler Supervisor responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, and directing workers engaged in the maintenance and operations of equipment and facilities.
Over ten(10) years experience as a Maintenance Supervisor responsible for analyzing, planning, coordinating, and supervising the work of staff engaged in the maintenance of equipment and facilities.
Good knowledge of the principles, policies, practices, procedures, and strategies required to properly operate a comprehensive maintenance and operations program for equipment and facilities.
Strong technical background in the fields of heavy mobile equipment repair and maintenance, transportation operations support, telecommunications systems installation and maintenance, and computer-based logistical support systems.
Excellent knowledge of the theory and principles of operation of components, systems, sub-systems, and the ability to troubleshoot and diagnose problems, and identify and implement appropriate remedial action to put malfunctioning equipment and facilities back into action. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing as they pertain to planning, assigning and supervising the work of staff and providing status reports to senior management.
EXPERIENCE — TRAINING
Materials Management Supervisor, Fort Edwards, CA (1998 to present).
Ongoing planning, coordinating, training, and supervising the work of staff engaged in Technical Supply and the Basic Issue Items Warehouse.
Planning, coordinating, and consulting with other supervisory staff on the priorities, task assignments, and work schedules of the maintenance staff.
Participating with other supervisors in the preparation of budgets, staffing requirements, work schedules, estimates, and workplans for the efficient deployment of the maintenance workforce.
Senior Maintenance Supervisor, 835th Supply Batallion, Van Nuys, CA (1994 to present).
Planned, analyzed, and supervised all batallion maintenance activities including: the conduct of maintenance work, the preparation of reports and records, training and licensing of equipment operators, and parts flow monitoring and requisitioning. Conducted deficiency and failure analysis and troubleshooting, and recommended and developed new maintenance-related programs and procedures.
Automotive Mechanic, Lewistown Auto Repair, Lewistown, CA (1990 to 1994).
Spent two and one-half years learning all of the essential practices, theories and principles of the maintenance and repair cycle in the automotive repair and maintenance industry including: analyzing, diagnosing, troubleshooting, installing, repairing, overhauling and rebuilding major assemblies, their components and sub-components.
Field Technician, Telecom Systems Inc., Palmridge, CA (1990 to 1992).
Spent one year learning all of the essential practices, theories and principles related to the installation and maintenance of telecommunications systems and equipment in large buildings and homes including: installing, analyzing, troubleshooting, and repairing major components, systems, and subsystems.
EDUCATION — QUALIFICATIONS
Certified Electronics Technician (AC-19778).
Diploma, Electronics and Computer Technology, Amtech College, San Diego, CA.
Passenger car (C) Driver’s License.
High school graduate, West Ridge Secondary School, Van Nuys, CA.