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  • Business ConsultantMcLaren SoftwareJanuary 2016 – Present (6 months)Houston, Texas AreaProvide pre and post sales consulting for engineering document management and project collaboration solutions. Help customers complete projects on time and maintain regulatory compliance using McLaren Software products.• Earn trusted advisor status with prospects and customers.• Discover needs and articulate continuous value.• Provide strategic solution demonstrations.• Ensure customer success through return on innovation.ConsultantBlueCielo ECM SolutionsMay 2013 – December 2015 (2 years 8 months)Greater Philadelphia AreaLed technology and business process consulting engagements pre and post sales for document management software organization. Primary objective to establish a trusted/strategic advisor relationship with each assigned client and drive continued value of BlueCielo products and services. Helped to close two of the largest sales in corporate history by showing customers their own data in a proof of concept environment.• Develop, prepare, and nurture customers for advocacy.• Work with clients to establish critical goals, or other key performance indicators and aid the customer in achieving their goals.• Work to identify and/or develop upsell opportunities.• Advocate customer needs/issues cross-departmentally.• Presentations to key executives.• Program manage account escalations.Solution ConsultantBentley SystemsSeptember 1999 – February 2013 (13 years 6 months)Greater Philadelphia AreaSubject matter expert and product evangelist for 3D Plant Design CAD solution. Consultant on one of the largest government projects in US history. Perform work flow analysis and requirements gathering instituting work state controls. Drive new product functionality helping to eliminate the risk of work process infringements resulting in an estimated savings of $300,000.00. Helped to grow Bentley plant design software portfolio from $3.8M in annual billings to $25M onboarding acquisitions.• Drive continuous value of Plant Design product(s) with customers.• Create user stories for agile development.• Collaborate effectively with project teams.• Manage acquisition transitions.• Manage cross-selling opportunities.• Ensure projects became case studies.Account ExecutiveEPCON InternationalJanuary 1997 – January 1999 (2 years 1 month)Full accountability for sales and marketing of Engineer’s Aide process engineering software, training and related services for the east coast region.Account ManagerAEC Design GroupJune 1994 – January 1997 (2 years 8 months)Sales advisory role within the BIM 3D CAD market. Support for industry trade shows and seminars, executive presentations and demonstrations, on-site support, training and budget forecasting of regional sales implementing all aspects of account management. Helped customers reduce construction phase rework to less than 1% using 3D collision detection modeling technology and pre-fabrication techniques.• Increase renewal rates by ensuring customer success• Develop “quick-start” training to drive adoption.• Create customer champions at multiple levels.• Align technology with customer expectations.• Develop onboarding process for new team members.Design Engineer, Systems AdministratorHalliburtonApril 1980 – June 1994 (14 years 3 months)Responsible for system management functions of Intergraph 250 VAX-based CAD system and creating/maintaining three-dimensional equipment and piping models for nuclear power projects using Intergraph 3D PDS software.Lead DesignerNuclear Utility Services (NUS) CorporationJune 1976 – April 1980 (3 years 11 months)As lead piping designer, was responsible for checking piping design and drawings for consistency and conformity to specifications prior to construction. Prepared bid estimates and material take-offs. Worked with clients, vendors, contractors and engineers to prepare engineering drawings for field erection.DraftsmanBechtel Power CorporationJune 1974 – June 1976 (2 years 1 month)As project draftsman, provided process piping layout orthographic and finished isometric drawings for construction. Developed piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID) and pipe support details.Volunteer Experience & CausesFounder, Executive Director, CoachClarksburg Sports Association, IncMay 2006 – Present (10 years 2 months)ChildrenThe mission of the Clarksburg Sports Association is to help prepare today's youth for tomorrow's life challenges through athletic competition, teamwork and development of sustaining relationships. The association will use sport as a means to advance the core values of acceptance, integrity, self-discipline, and respect for peers, coaches, families and officials. While providing a holistic athletic experience, the Association will promote and model these values to help nurture children in becoming responsible adults and caring community members. The Association believes that every athlete matters and should be given the opportunity to learn and improve his or her knowledge and skills, and the association will provide that opportunity.PublicationsNew Nuclear Power Plant Information Handover Guide at Electric Power Research Institute
  • ConsultantBlueCielo ECM SolutionsMay 2013 – December 2015 (2 years 8 months)Greater Philadelphia AreaLed technology and business process consulting engagements pre and post sales for document management software organization. Primary objective to establish a trusted/strategic advisor relationship with each assigned client and drive continued value of BlueCielo products and services. Helped to close two of the largest sales in corporate history by showing customers their own data in a proof of concept environment.• Develop, prepare, and nurture customers for advocacy.• Work with clients to establish critical goals, or other key performance indicators and aid the customer in achieving their goals.• Work to identify and/or develop upsell opportunities.• Advocate customer needs/issues cross-departmentally.• Presentations to key executives.• Program manage account escalations.Solution ConsultantBentley SystemsSeptember 1999 – February 2013 (13 years 6 months)Greater Philadelphia AreaSubject matter expert and product evangelist for 3D Plant Design CAD solution. Consultant on one of the largest government projects in US history. Perform work flow analysis and requirements gathering instituting work state controls. Drive new product functionality helping to eliminate the risk of work process infringements resulting in an estimated savings of $300,000.00. Helped to grow Bentley plant design software portfolio from $3.8M in annual billings to $25M onboarding acquisitions.• Drive continuous value of Plant Design product(s) with customers.• Create user stories for agile development.• Collaborate effectively with project teams.• Manage acquisition transitions.• Manage cross-selling opportunities.• Ensure projects became case studies.Account ExecutiveEPCON InternationalJanuary 1997 – January 1999 (2 years 1 month)Full accountability for sales and marketing of Engineer’s Aide process engineering software, training and related services for the east coast region.Account ManagerAEC Design GroupJune 1994 – January 1997 (2 years 8 months)Sales advisory role within the BIM 3D CAD market. Support for industry trade shows and seminars, executive presentations and demonstrations, on-site support, training and budget forecasting of regional sales implementing all aspects of account management. Helped customers reduce construction phase rework to less than 1% using 3D collision detection modeling technology and pre-fabrication techniques.• Increase renewal rates by ensuring customer success• Develop “quick-start” training to drive adoption.• Create customer champions at multiple levels.• Align technology with customer expectations.• Develop onboarding process for new team members.Design Engineer, Systems AdministratorHalliburtonApril 1980 – June 1994 (14 years 3 months)Responsible for system management functions of Intergraph 250 VAX-based CAD system and creating/maintaining three-dimensional equipment and piping models for nuclear power projects using Intergraph 3D PDS software.Lead DesignerNuclear Utility Services (NUS) CorporationJune 1976 – April 1980 (3 years 11 months)As lead piping designer, was responsible for checking piping design and drawings for consistency and conformity to specifications prior to construction. Prepared bid estimates and material take-offs. Worked with clients, vendors, contractors and engineers to prepare engineering drawings for field erection.DraftsmanBechtel Power CorporationJune 1974 – June 1976 (2 years 1 month)As project draftsman, provided process piping layout orthographic and finished isometric drawings for construction. Developed piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID) and pipe support details.Volunteer Experience & CausesFounder, Executive Director, CoachClarksburg Sports Association, IncMay 2006 – Present (10 years 2 months)ChildrenThe mission of the Clarksburg Sports Association is to help prepare today's youth for tomorrow's life challenges through athletic competition, teamwork and development of sustaining relationships. The association will use sport as a means to advance the core values of acceptance, integrity, self-discipline, and respect for peers, coaches, families and officials. While providing a holistic athletic experience, the Association will promote and model these values to help nurture children in becoming responsible adults and caring community members. The Association believes that every athlete matters and should be given the opportunity to learn and improve his or her knowledge and skills, and the association will provide that opportunity.PublicationsNew Nuclear Power Plant Information Handover Guide at Electric Power Research Institute
  • Community Heallth Coach/WorkerICARE Independent Care Health PlanOctober 2015 – Present (9 months)Greater Milwaukee AreaI assist individuals in obtaining a higher quality of life by building a trustworthy relationship with them and assessing and addressing the issues in their personal life, which in a lot of cases prevent these individuals as well as families from utilizing preventive care. It is my obligation to advocate and assist as well as obtain resources in some cases for those that have no way. Not to empower, but help them access the power they don't know or forgot that they posses, to make the changes that they may need to make. A few of the required skills and competencies of this role are cultural humility, understanding of community resources and assets, motivational interviewing, and strong interpersonal & social skills.And have a definite passion for change and diversity in all aspects of the word. The ability to bridge the gap between the healthcare system and the community. " Understand we as a community are in a relationship, let's support and reach those higher heights together. See the forest beyond the trees........"Community Resource & Outreach SpecialistWest ConsultantsJanuary 2007 – Present (9 years 6 months)Disseminate the most recent,valid and relevant resource information that creates a positive and influential step towards advancing the quality of life in the Greater Milwaukee Area. Control and maintain an email which consist of a minimum of 300 community health workers and other community leaders as an outreach and dissemination hub. Connect and bridge the gap between the healthcare system and community, as well as bridge the gap between other community leaders and people with similar interest.NavigatorBlack Health Coalition of WisconsinJanuary 2015 – June 2015 (6 months)Greater Milwaukee AreaI assist individuals,families, legal immigrants & their families, small businesses and employees as they look for health coverage options through the Marketplace, including completing eligibility and enrollment forms along with public outreach. This is done in addition to being a resource advocate by assisting people in obtaining free resources to meet their basic needs as well as reduce the stressors and social determinants that take a toll on their physical as well as mental health.Prescription Advocacy CoordinatorSocial Development CoordinatorOctober 2012 – October 2013 (1 year 1 month)Greater Milwaukee AreaAssist uninsured and under-insured Milwaukee County residents in the application process of obtaining free or low-cost prescriptioned medications. In addition to this primary role I am a navigator that aids assists these individuals to resources that assist them in advancing their quality of life.Automated Logistic ClerkUS ArmyDecember 2001 – September 2011 (9 years 10 months)Document and record daily functions of military warehouse. Order and stock various supplies by part and National Stock Number. Perform weekly, monthly and annual reports on all functions of the military warehouse. Conduct inventories and surveys. Update licenses, file an documnent confidential information. Dispatch vehicles and supplies. Order pick-up and turn-in items to (SOS) Source Of Supply. Relay information to higher personnel in person, via phone,email, mail or fax. Perform one on one intake or discharge interviews with new, existing or discharged personnel. Handle incoming and outgoing mail.SkillsLeadershipNon-profit VolunteeringCommunity OutreachRecruitingMotivational SpeakingConflict ResolutionHuman ResourcesNonprofitsLeadership DevelopmentCommunity EngagementMicrosoft OfficeInterviewsOrganizational DevelopmentLogisticscommunity advocateSee 22+Public SpeakingSocial NetworkingPresentingMilitaryEmployee RelationsCommunity HealthCustomer ServiceTrainingMotivational InterviewingSupportive ServicesComputer ProficiencyCommunity ServiceArtHealth Advocacycommunity resource advocatenavigatorEvent PlanningFundraisingProgram DevelopmentVolunteer ManagementTeam BuildingSocial MediaSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!CertificationsCAC\ Navigator at Wisconsin Office Office Of The Commissioner Of InsuranceNovember 2013 – November 2014Community Health WorkerMilwaukee Area Health Education CenterOctober 2015 – PresentLiving Well With Diabetes PresenterStanford University / (WIHA) Wisconsin Institute of Healthy AgingJuly 2014 – PresentQuartermasterUS Army Fort Jackson, South CarolinaJanuary 2001 – PresentEducationAMANI, Community Leadership Skills, Community Leadership Skills
  • NavigatorBlack Health Coalition of WisconsinJanuary 2015 – June 2015 (6 months)Greater Milwaukee AreaI assist individuals,families, legal immigrants & their families, small businesses and employees as they look for health coverage options through the Marketplace, including completing eligibility and enrollment forms along with public outreach. This is done in addition to being a resource advocate by assisting people in obtaining free resources to meet their basic needs as well as reduce the stressors and social determinants that take a toll on their physical as well as mental health.Prescription Advocacy CoordinatorSocial Development CoordinatorOctober 2012 – October 2013 (1 year 1 month)Greater Milwaukee AreaAssist uninsured and under-insured Milwaukee County residents in the application process of obtaining free or low-cost prescriptioned medications. In addition to this primary role I am a navigator that aids assists these individuals to resources that assist them in advancing their quality of life.Automated Logistic ClerkUS ArmyDecember 2001 – September 2011 (9 years 10 months)Document and record daily functions of military warehouse. Order and stock various supplies by part and National Stock Number. Perform weekly, monthly and annual reports on all functions of the military warehouse. Conduct inventories and surveys. Update licenses, file an documnent confidential information. Dispatch vehicles and supplies. Order pick-up and turn-in items to (SOS) Source Of Supply. Relay information to higher personnel in person, via phone,email, mail or fax. Perform one on one intake or discharge interviews with new, existing or discharged personnel. Handle incoming and outgoing mail.SkillsLeadershipNon-profit VolunteeringCommunity OutreachRecruitingMotivational SpeakingConflict ResolutionHuman ResourcesNonprofitsLeadership DevelopmentCommunity EngagementMicrosoft OfficeInterviewsOrganizational DevelopmentLogisticscommunity advocateSee 22+Public SpeakingSocial NetworkingPresentingMilitaryEmployee RelationsCommunity HealthCustomer ServiceTrainingMotivational InterviewingSupportive ServicesComputer ProficiencyCommunity ServiceArtHealth Advocacycommunity resource advocatenavigatorEvent PlanningFundraisingProgram DevelopmentVolunteer ManagementTeam BuildingSocial MediaSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!CertificationsCAC\ Navigator at Wisconsin Office Office Of The Commissioner Of InsuranceNovember 2013 – November 2014Community Health WorkerMilwaukee Area Health Education CenterOctober 2015 – PresentLiving Well With Diabetes PresenterStanford University / (WIHA) Wisconsin Institute of Healthy AgingJuly 2014 – PresentQuartermasterUS Army Fort Jackson, South CarolinaJanuary 2001 – PresentEducationAMANI, Community Leadership Skills, Community Leadership Skills
  • Borough Commander CaptainNYC Human Resources Administration Police DeptJune 2011 – Present (5 years 1 month)Conduct sensitive investigations; write reports, interview witnesses, and process arrests. Perform weekly onsite inspections, submit time for Sergeants and Officers, supervise a staff of 70 people, and perform quarterly and annual evaluations. Provide Tasks and Standards for MOS, and conduct 10-75 V patrols.Issue C- Summonses, Process Warrants, and prepare MOS for Grand Jury Testimony. Train Officers to process all types of evidence including controlled substances using the PETS System. Performed daily Uniform Inspection and Equipment Inspections. Take corrective action when necessary. Make sure that Sergeants supervise MOS and oversee incident reports are correctly and notify Police operations of all incidents.Special Unit Member, Task Force B Peace OfficerNYC Department of Homeless Services PoliceDecember 2008 – June 2011 (2 years 7 months)Served in the capacity of peace officer and supervisor up until 2011. Began as a rookie officer working with a great group of officers and Sergeants. Class sergeant in the Academy, and shortly after was assigned to the Deputy Chief's Special Task Force. Achieved the rank of Sergeant in 7.5 Months. Supervised 23 Officers as a Sergeant, and issued patrol assignments to officers, conductedTraining sessions, and Roll Call.Supervised Arrests and Overseen Investigations. Worked Special Operations for the Deputy Chief and the Task Force Captain Assigned to the Unit.Armed Security and Protection AgentCentury Protection Services Inc.June 2008 – June 2009 (1 year 1 month)Armed protection and Security Agent responsible for patrolling a Facility equipped with Bio-metric Scanners. Perform High Profile Escorts / Access and Control Duties, Secure Data Center checks and command center monitoring. Auction House and High end real estate security.Site Manager for Oxygen Media Cable NetworkSecuritas Security Services USA, Inc.May 2007 – June 2008 (1 year 2 months)Site Manager for Oxygen Media and Cable Network responsible for access and control, officer postings, surveillance, scheduling and delegating tasks for client safety. Administration of the site along with ID access card creation for new employees and ID card encryption. Physical Asset Security. Manage a staff of 10 employees.Site Manager, Reckson and Associates Inc. BuildingAllied Barton Security Services, Inc.May 2006 – May 2007 (1 year 1 month)Site Manager for a High Rise building in Manhattan. Responsible for 12 officers and managing security 24 hours a day. The team consisted of 5 Fire Safety Directors and 7 security officers. All trained as First Responders.Regional ManagerDiversified Coverage Asset Planning, Inc.December 2001 – May 2007 (5 years 6 months)Manage 12 locations within the Bronx and Westchester region, and a total of 30 employees; providing oversight, payroll, and training. The Organization is a Multi-Lines Full Service Insurance Brokerage;Selling; Auto,Home,Life, and Commercial Insurance products. The organization is privately owned and has 40 locations. Internal Wholesaler / Senior Internal WholesalerDreyfus Investments Inc. BNY/ Mellon CompanyDecember 1996 – December 2001 (5 years 1 month)Dreyfus Investments - Territorial Manager, Registered Representative and Wholesaler responsible for existing client base and Variable Product Sales, for Premier Mutual Funds,Fixed Income, Securities, Variable Annuities and Asset Allocation and Risk Tolerance Evaluation. Managed a Five State Territory, covering the Mid - Atlantic Region. The territory was always first, second or third place annually; in trade reconciliation production.Registered RepresentativePrudential Financial Insurance CompanyFebruary 1989 – February 1995 (6 years 1 month)Registered Representative, responsible as a multi-lines Agent and Financial Adviser and NASD member. Performed Risk tolerance Profiles and Need Analysis for individuals and Business Owners.Specialized in Pension Maximization and Retirement planning for Business Owners. Conducted Seminars with the creator of the 401k Mr. Ted Benna, and always provided full disclosure to clients. Attained L.U.T.C.F. in 1983.(Courses Taken:Financial Planning, Disability Insurance, Planning for Business Owners, and Retirement Planning). Created a Business Planning news letter for both Business Owners and Individuals. (Regional Business Conference Qualifier).SkillsInvestigationFraudPublic SafetyGovernmentProgram EvaluationHuman ResourcesNonprofitsEconomicsMicrosoft OfficeResearchTactical Life SaverTerrorism and Counter Terrorism CountermeasuresDepartment of Homeless Services Sergeant School GraduateAdvanced Leadership Institute GraduateTechnical Report WritingSee 30+Technology Application BriefAdvanced Risk ManagementCritical ThinkingRisk Tolerance EvaluationWholesaling Mutual Funds and Annuities Bank ChannelPresentation SkillsPortfolio Performance AnalysisThreat AssessmentQualitative and Quantitative AnalysisCriminal InvestigationsComputer Applications / SoftwareBudget AnalysisManaging Human ConflictCorporate Security / National InfrastructureHomeland Defense and National Incident Command SystemsBusiness LawPublic Sector Inspection and OversisightSCI and SAP knowledge through military trainingRisk ManagementFinanceInternal AuditingSecuritiesInvestmentsDue DiligencePolicy AnalysisStrategic PlanninngLeadershipEmergency ManagementHomeland SecurityPublic SpeakingSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!CertificationsFirearms InstructorNational Rifle AssociationPeace OfficerNew York State Municipal Police Training CouncilFilipino Martial Arts InstructorCadena De Mano - Filipino Martial Arts AcademyHostage Rescue and Building EntrySykes Group LLc - Law enforcement Trainers and InstructorsProtection Agent, PSO, and Counter Assault Team TrainedSykes Group LLc, - Law enforcement TrainersCritical Incident Response Training Program at Federal Law Enforcement Training Center U.S. Department of Homeland Security, License I-3461March 2007 – PresentInternational Security Program Non- Extraordinary - JFKAmerican Airlines Flagship University Dallas TexasJune 2008 – PresentActive Shooter Training Emergency Management InstituteFederal Emergency Management Agency FEMA, License IS-00907March 2015 – PresentEducationCity University of New York-John Jay College of Criminal JusticeMaster’s Degree, Master's in Public Administration / Inspector General Program, 3.5 GPAMaster’s Degree, Master's in Public Administration / Inspector General Program, 3.5 GPA
  • Special Unit Member, Task Force B Peace OfficerNYC Department of Homeless Services PoliceDecember 2008 – June 2011 (2 years 7 months)Served in the capacity of peace officer and supervisor up until 2011. Began as a rookie officer working with a great group of officers and Sergeants. Class sergeant in the Academy, and shortly after was assigned to the Deputy Chief's Special Task Force. Achieved the rank of Sergeant in 7.5 Months. Supervised 23 Officers as a Sergeant, and issued patrol assignments to officers, conductedTraining sessions, and Roll Call.Supervised Arrests and Overseen Investigations. Worked Special Operations for the Deputy Chief and the Task Force Captain Assigned to the Unit.Armed Security and Protection AgentCentury Protection Services Inc.June 2008 – June 2009 (1 year 1 month)Armed protection and Security Agent responsible for patrolling a Facility equipped with Bio-metric Scanners. Perform High Profile Escorts / Access and Control Duties, Secure Data Center checks and command center monitoring. Auction House and High end real estate security.Site Manager for Oxygen Media Cable NetworkSecuritas Security Services USA, Inc.May 2007 – June 2008 (1 year 2 months)Site Manager for Oxygen Media and Cable Network responsible for access and control, officer postings, surveillance, scheduling and delegating tasks for client safety. Administration of the site along with ID access card creation for new employees and ID card encryption. Physical Asset Security. Manage a staff of 10 employees.Site Manager, Reckson and Associates Inc. BuildingAllied Barton Security Services, Inc.May 2006 – May 2007 (1 year 1 month)Site Manager for a High Rise building in Manhattan. Responsible for 12 officers and managing security 24 hours a day. The team consisted of 5 Fire Safety Directors and 7 security officers. All trained as First Responders.Regional ManagerDiversified Coverage Asset Planning, Inc.December 2001 – May 2007 (5 years 6 months)Manage 12 locations within the Bronx and Westchester region, and a total of 30 employees; providing oversight, payroll, and training. The Organization is a Multi-Lines Full Service Insurance Brokerage;Selling; Auto,Home,Life, and Commercial Insurance products. The organization is privately owned and has 40 locations. Internal Wholesaler / Senior Internal WholesalerDreyfus Investments Inc. BNY/ Mellon CompanyDecember 1996 – December 2001 (5 years 1 month)Dreyfus Investments - Territorial Manager, Registered Representative and Wholesaler responsible for existing client base and Variable Product Sales, for Premier Mutual Funds,Fixed Income, Securities, Variable Annuities and Asset Allocation and Risk Tolerance Evaluation. Managed a Five State Territory, covering the Mid - Atlantic Region. The territory was always first, second or third place annually; in trade reconciliation production.Registered RepresentativePrudential Financial Insurance CompanyFebruary 1989 – February 1995 (6 years 1 month)Registered Representative, responsible as a multi-lines Agent and Financial Adviser and NASD member. Performed Risk tolerance Profiles and Need Analysis for individuals and Business Owners.Specialized in Pension Maximization and Retirement planning for Business Owners. Conducted Seminars with the creator of the 401k Mr. Ted Benna, and always provided full disclosure to clients. Attained L.U.T.C.F. in 1983.(Courses Taken:Financial Planning, Disability Insurance, Planning for Business Owners, and Retirement Planning). Created a Business Planning news letter for both Business Owners and Individuals. (Regional Business Conference Qualifier).SkillsInvestigationFraudPublic SafetyGovernmentProgram EvaluationHuman ResourcesNonprofitsEconomicsMicrosoft OfficeResearchTactical Life SaverTerrorism and Counter Terrorism CountermeasuresDepartment of Homeless Services Sergeant School GraduateAdvanced Leadership Institute GraduateTechnical Report WritingSee 30+Technology Application BriefAdvanced Risk ManagementCritical ThinkingRisk Tolerance EvaluationWholesaling Mutual Funds and Annuities Bank ChannelPresentation SkillsPortfolio Performance AnalysisThreat AssessmentQualitative and Quantitative AnalysisCriminal InvestigationsComputer Applications / SoftwareBudget AnalysisManaging Human ConflictCorporate Security / National InfrastructureHomeland Defense and National Incident Command SystemsBusiness LawPublic Sector Inspection and OversisightSCI and SAP knowledge through military trainingRisk ManagementFinanceInternal AuditingSecuritiesInvestmentsDue DiligencePolicy AnalysisStrategic PlanninngLeadershipEmergency ManagementHomeland SecurityPublic SpeakingSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!CertificationsFirearms InstructorNational Rifle AssociationPeace OfficerNew York State Municipal Police Training CouncilFilipino Martial Arts InstructorCadena De Mano - Filipino Martial Arts AcademyHostage Rescue and Building EntrySykes Group LLc - Law enforcement Trainers and InstructorsProtection Agent, PSO, and Counter Assault Team TrainedSykes Group LLc, - Law enforcement TrainersCritical Incident Response Training Program at Federal Law Enforcement Training Center U.S. Department of Homeland Security, License I-3461March 2007 – PresentInternational Security Program Non- Extraordinary - JFKAmerican Airlines Flagship University Dallas TexasJune 2008 – PresentActive Shooter Training Emergency Management InstituteFederal Emergency Management Agency FEMA, License IS-00907March 2015 – PresentEducationCity University of New York-John Jay College of Criminal JusticeMaster’s Degree, Master's in Public Administration / Inspector General Program, 3.5 GPAMaster’s Degree, Master's in Public Administration / Inspector General Program, 3.5 GPA
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  • Director of Emergency ManagementBaylor UniversityMarch 2009 – Present (7 years 4 months)Waco, Texas Area*Direct the activities related to Emergency Management Plan and coordinate with all departments on campus to establish departmental emergency response plans. *Collaborate with outside entities to assure appropriate resources will be available in times of an emergency response.*Educate all the departments, including faculty, staff and students about the emergency management plan. *Develop education and training for department heads and chairs regarding their roles in emergency response and business continuity.*Assist each department in developing a formal emergency plan for their department that will include mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. *Manage the critical equipment, supplies and power needs for each of the locations for the emergency management teams. *Identify and maintain the appropriate radio, telephone, and video equipment systems to assure full capability to maintain communications on campus during an emergency event.*Work with outside agencies such as Waco Fire Department, Waco Police Department, McLennan County Emergency Management and FEMA to assure full cooperation, continuity and collaboration before, during and after an incident.*Work with each academic, administrative, athletic and student group and other Waco business and academic facilities to develop alternate meeting sites should any of the Baylor facilities become uninhabitable. *Work directly with all of our vendors and departments to perform a supply chain analysis to assure that critical supplies such as food, drink, and emergency power are available to the function of our infrastructure.*Establish emergency team leadership in each department and conduct tabletop drills for each department to test their plans.Fire MarshalBaylor UniversityDecember 2000 – February 2009 (8 years 3 months)Waco, Texas Area*Develop, implement, oversee and/or monitor fire and life-safety programs and training. *Coordinate institutional compliance efforts regarding state and federal occupational safety standards, codes, and regulations.*Administer a continuing program to ensure inspections and maintenance of systems at facilities.*Assist in developing specification for inspections and maintenance of equipment by external vendors.*Conduct inspection of all facilities to evaluate compliance with applicable fire codes, government and university regulations, and accepted good practices relating to maintaining a satisfactory level of life safety.*Complete written reports to management of inspections performed detailing discrepancies and recommending necessary corrective actions.*Review plans for new construction or renovation of existing space to ensure compliance with applicable fire and safety codes and provisions. *Serve as the University Fire Inspector and Authority Having Jurisdiction in circumstances as required or appropriate for liaison with the City of Waco Fire Department, and university insurance vendor representatives.*Investigate fires to determine cause and evaluate the possibility of incendiary origin. Prepare written reports on all fires, and documentation related to forensic examination and criminal prosecution for incendiary fires.*Develop, implement and conduct fire-safety education programs for faculty, staff, students, and general public associated with the university through regular personal contact and dissemination of wide variety of information.*Prepare and conduct intradepartmental programs to assist public safety personnel in response to fires and related emergency calls, use of first-aid, fire appliances, and personal protective equipment associated with fire-related responses, and recognition, identification, and reporting of safety hazards.*Respond to fire calls as needed.Loss Prevention, Safety and HazmatLowe's Home ImprovementAugust 2000 – December 2000 (5 months)CertificationsCertified Fire Protection Specialist at NFPA, License 2559January 2007 – PresentAssociate Business Continuity ProfessionalDRI International, License 20512October 2009 – PresentVolunteer Experience & CausesBoard Chair - Heart of Texas ChapterAmerican Red Cross
  • Fire MarshalBaylor UniversityDecember 2000 – February 2009 (8 years 3 months)Waco, Texas Area*Develop, implement, oversee and/or monitor fire and life-safety programs and training. *Coordinate institutional compliance efforts regarding state and federal occupational safety standards, codes, and regulations.*Administer a continuing program to ensure inspections and maintenance of systems at facilities.*Assist in developing specification for inspections and maintenance of equipment by external vendors.*Conduct inspection of all facilities to evaluate compliance with applicable fire codes, government and university regulations, and accepted good practices relating to maintaining a satisfactory level of life safety.*Complete written reports to management of inspections performed detailing discrepancies and recommending necessary corrective actions.*Review plans for new construction or renovation of existing space to ensure compliance with applicable fire and safety codes and provisions. *Serve as the University Fire Inspector and Authority Having Jurisdiction in circumstances as required or appropriate for liaison with the City of Waco Fire Department, and university insurance vendor representatives.*Investigate fires to determine cause and evaluate the possibility of incendiary origin. Prepare written reports on all fires, and documentation related to forensic examination and criminal prosecution for incendiary fires.*Develop, implement and conduct fire-safety education programs for faculty, staff, students, and general public associated with the university through regular personal contact and dissemination of wide variety of information.*Prepare and conduct intradepartmental programs to assist public safety personnel in response to fires and related emergency calls, use of first-aid, fire appliances, and personal protective equipment associated with fire-related responses, and recognition, identification, and reporting of safety hazards.*Respond to fire calls as needed.Loss Prevention, Safety and HazmatLowe's Home ImprovementAugust 2000 – December 2000 (5 months)CertificationsCertified Fire Protection Specialist at NFPA, License 2559January 2007 – PresentAssociate Business Continuity ProfessionalDRI International, License 20512October 2009 – PresentVolunteer Experience & CausesBoard Chair - Heart of Texas ChapterAmerican Red Cross
  • Radio operator on Tender assist drilling barge" EDrill2Energy Drilling Management Pte LtdJanuary 2016 – Present (6 months)ZAWTIKA DEVELOPMENT DRILLING CAMPAIGN Energy drilling’s tender assisted drilling barge “EDrill-2” commenced its maiden voyage: Departed 29th November quangzhou COSCO shipyard and arrived at PTTEP’s Block M9, ZWP-04 platform the Gulf of Mottoma, offshore Myanmar location on 21st December.Zawtika Development Drilling Campaign consists of around sixty-seven wells to be drilled from ten wellhead platforms in water depths of up to 160m. The zawtika gas field is an offshore gas field operated by the THAI PTTEP company, in the Andaman Sea, located in 300 km south of Yangon and 290 km west of Tavoy (Dawei), Myanmar. Gas from the field is supplied to the Thai markets. RADIO OPERATOR ONBOARD JACKUP RIG 'UWM NAGA5"UMW OFFSHORE DRILLING SDN. BHD.September 2014 – February 2015 (6 months)Under field operator Thailand's PTTEP International Ltd, Malaysian UMW OD's j/p rig "UMW Naga 5" drilled 5-appraisal wells in Block M3, Gulf of Martaban, offshore Myanmar.Radio operator’s responsibilities:• Maintain radio watch and monitor traffic on all communication systems. • Report to OIM of any emergency situation in vicinity of installation . • Receive and transmit messages between rig and shore bases, supply vessels, helicopters, and other stations by radio-telephone.• Perform emergency duties as per Station Bill and Emergency Procedures manual.• Oversee and perform rig communication, including routine communication to the rig.• Prepare daily POB ,update muster list and passenger outgoing and incoming flight manifest.• Maintain towing / jacking operation log and general clerical work as directed.• Monitor marine operations, boat arrivals and departures and record daily/departure ROB. • Attending & interpreting for pre-tour, pre-job and safety meeting as required.• Coordinating all type of telephones calls and maintain intercom / PA watch . • Monitor fire and gas panel; notify person in charge of any potential issues. • Coordinate and control the isolation of radio equipment during periods of radio silence. • Inform the Helicopter Landing Officer and control room of all intended helicopter traffic to the rig • Establish and maintain radio contact with helicopter traffic to/from the rig. Advise pilots of landing clearances, meteorological conditions, etc and record in the helicopter movement log. • Assist with the embarkation and disembarkation of all passengers and keep SHSE or Medic advised of departures and arrivals to facilitate heli briefing and inductions. • Plan work before work commences and manage hazards effectively.Marine operation coordinatorGlobal Marine Services, Sharjah,UAE.October 2012 – October 2013 (1 year 1 month)• Receiving daily reports from all vessels, analyze for any discrepancy.• Updating files of different vessel’s for operation, health,safety matters etc......• Correspondence with operations and technical team • Coordination with clients on operational matters.• Assisting DPA in controlling documents.• Conducting Member of Emergency response Team & record vessel’s logs.• Coordination & assisting for inward/outward clearance.• Inspection of vessels on arrival .• Any other responsibilities assigned by General manager/operation manager.• Participating in Daily operation meeting & reports.• Preparing Daily vessel movement reports for twenty vessels. GLOBAL MARINE SERVICES’ marine activities:»To conduct STS & SPM operations in offshore fields»To conduct tanker Berthing / Unberthing operation in oil and gas terminals of Shuhaiba, Sur Jeddah, Mesaeed Port and Port Qasim. »To provide oil fields with Supply and Utility vessels »To conduct offshore rig movements by powerful Anchor Handling / Towing vessels in The Gulf.»To provide for offshore clients with high speed Crew and Passenger vessels.»To provide for different offshore clients with Search and Diving Support vessel and Anchor Handling activity »To provide offshore logistics (fresh water, gas oil, provision oil field supplies) by different vessels Radio operator and interpreter on semi submersible rig.Japan Drilling CompanyJanuary 2011 – October 2011 (10 months)• Maintain Radio watch and monitor traffic on all communication systems. • Report to Master/OIM of any emergency situation in vicinity of installation.• Receive and transmit messages between rig and shore bases, supply vessels, helicopters, and other stations by radio-telephone.• Control of incoming and outgoing mail.• Prepare Daily POB, incoming and outgoing manifest.• Check & record weather condition, anchor tension, tank reading (field notes.) • General clerical work and assisting in filling Daily Marine report & IADC report as required.• Communication with supply boats for their movements and record daily ROB. • Attending & interpreting in pre-tour, pre-job and safety meeting as required.• Coordinating telephones calls and maintain watching intercom/PA. • Interprets coded messages and emergency signals, fire & gas alarms and inform immediately to OIM/Captain or the barge operator. • Establish and maintain radio contact on Aero-HF with helicopter traffic to and from the rig. Advise pilots of landing clearances, meteorological conditions, etc and record in the helicopter movement log• Inform the Helicopter Landing Officer and control room of all intended helicopter traffic to the rig• Coordinate and control the isolation of radio equipment during periods of radio silence• Assist with the embarkation and disembarkation of all passengers and briefings as required- Radio officer & logiostic coordinatorGlobal Marine Services, UAEOctober 2002 – October 2010 (8 years 1 month)Radio operator responsibilities:• Maintain radio watch and monitor traffic on all communication systems. • Receive and broadcasts weather / traffic conditions.• Receive and transmit messages between mother tug and rig and shore bases, vessels and other stations by radio-telephone.• Exchange traffic between mother tug and office by radio telex.• Test the standby radio equipment and the radio equipment in the life boat on a weekly basis.• Operates, and monitors radio equipment.• Interprets coded messages and emergency signals.• Determines where signals originate. • Monitors emergency frequencies and respond to calls or distress. Radio operator onboard j/u rig WEST TRITONSeadrillMarch 2010 – May 2010 (3 months)Radio OfficerCosco Shipping Co., Ltd.October 1978 – November 2000 (22 years 2 months)I have more than 20 years experience as radio operator on a variety of general cargo vessels, bulk carriers, containers and tugs.Radio operator on J/u rig Marine 305Marine drilling internationalNovember 1997 – March 1998 (5 months)LanguagesEnglishMalaySkillsMicrosoft OfficeMicrosoft ExcelCorporate CommunicationsInternal CommunicationsMicrosoft WordPowerPointEnglishRadioHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationAGTI, INSEIN, MYANMARCivil engineeringCivil engineering1974 – 1977CertificationsCERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY FOR WIRELESS/RADIO TELPHONE OPERATOR.DIRECTOR GENERAL, POST & TELECOMUNICATION, MYANMAR., License ISSUED 1977.CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY FOR GMDSS STCW: IV/2 RADIO OPERATOR at DIRECTOR GENERAL,DEPARTMENT OF MARINE ADMINISTRATION, MYANMAR., License ISSUED 1998
  • RADIO OPERATOR ONBOARD JACKUP RIG 'UWM NAGA5"UMW OFFSHORE DRILLING SDN. BHD.September 2014 – February 2015 (6 months)Under field operator Thailand's PTTEP International Ltd, Malaysian UMW OD's j/p rig "UMW Naga 5" drilled 5-appraisal wells in Block M3, Gulf of Martaban, offshore Myanmar.Radio operator’s responsibilities:• Maintain radio watch and monitor traffic on all communication systems. • Report to OIM of any emergency situation in vicinity of installation . • Receive and transmit messages between rig and shore bases, supply vessels, helicopters, and other stations by radio-telephone.• Perform emergency duties as per Station Bill and Emergency Procedures manual.• Oversee and perform rig communication, including routine communication to the rig.• Prepare daily POB ,update muster list and passenger outgoing and incoming flight manifest.• Maintain towing / jacking operation log and general clerical work as directed.• Monitor marine operations, boat arrivals and departures and record daily/departure ROB. • Attending & interpreting for pre-tour, pre-job and safety meeting as required.• Coordinating all type of telephones calls and maintain intercom / PA watch . • Monitor fire and gas panel; notify person in charge of any potential issues. • Coordinate and control the isolation of radio equipment during periods of radio silence. • Inform the Helicopter Landing Officer and control room of all intended helicopter traffic to the rig • Establish and maintain radio contact with helicopter traffic to/from the rig. Advise pilots of landing clearances, meteorological conditions, etc and record in the helicopter movement log. • Assist with the embarkation and disembarkation of all passengers and keep SHSE or Medic advised of departures and arrivals to facilitate heli briefing and inductions. • Plan work before work commences and manage hazards effectively.Marine operation coordinatorGlobal Marine Services, Sharjah,UAE.October 2012 – October 2013 (1 year 1 month)• Receiving daily reports from all vessels, analyze for any discrepancy.• Updating files of different vessel’s for operation, health,safety matters etc......• Correspondence with operations and technical team • Coordination with clients on operational matters.• Assisting DPA in controlling documents.• Conducting Member of Emergency response Team & record vessel’s logs.• Coordination & assisting for inward/outward clearance.• Inspection of vessels on arrival .• Any other responsibilities assigned by General manager/operation manager.• Participating in Daily operation meeting & reports.• Preparing Daily vessel movement reports for twenty vessels. GLOBAL MARINE SERVICES’ marine activities:»To conduct STS & SPM operations in offshore fields»To conduct tanker Berthing / Unberthing operation in oil and gas terminals of Shuhaiba, Sur Jeddah, Mesaeed Port and Port Qasim. »To provide oil fields with Supply and Utility vessels »To conduct offshore rig movements by powerful Anchor Handling / Towing vessels in The Gulf.»To provide for offshore clients with high speed Crew and Passenger vessels.»To provide for different offshore clients with Search and Diving Support vessel and Anchor Handling activity »To provide offshore logistics (fresh water, gas oil, provision oil field supplies) by different vessels Radio operator and interpreter on semi submersible rig.Japan Drilling CompanyJanuary 2011 – October 2011 (10 months)• Maintain Radio watch and monitor traffic on all communication systems. • Report to Master/OIM of any emergency situation in vicinity of installation.• Receive and transmit messages between rig and shore bases, supply vessels, helicopters, and other stations by radio-telephone.• Control of incoming and outgoing mail.• Prepare Daily POB, incoming and outgoing manifest.• Check & record weather condition, anchor tension, tank reading (field notes.) • General clerical work and assisting in filling Daily Marine report & IADC report as required.• Communication with supply boats for their movements and record daily ROB. • Attending & interpreting in pre-tour, pre-job and safety meeting as required.• Coordinating telephones calls and maintain watching intercom/PA. • Interprets coded messages and emergency signals, fire & gas alarms and inform immediately to OIM/Captain or the barge operator. • Establish and maintain radio contact on Aero-HF with helicopter traffic to and from the rig. Advise pilots of landing clearances, meteorological conditions, etc and record in the helicopter movement log• Inform the Helicopter Landing Officer and control room of all intended helicopter traffic to the rig• Coordinate and control the isolation of radio equipment during periods of radio silence• Assist with the embarkation and disembarkation of all passengers and briefings as required- Radio officer & logiostic coordinatorGlobal Marine Services, UAEOctober 2002 – October 2010 (8 years 1 month)Radio operator responsibilities:• Maintain radio watch and monitor traffic on all communication systems. • Receive and broadcasts weather / traffic conditions.• Receive and transmit messages between mother tug and rig and shore bases, vessels and other stations by radio-telephone.• Exchange traffic between mother tug and office by radio telex.• Test the standby radio equipment and the radio equipment in the life boat on a weekly basis.• Operates, and monitors radio equipment.• Interprets coded messages and emergency signals.• Determines where signals originate. • Monitors emergency frequencies and respond to calls or distress. Radio operator onboard j/u rig WEST TRITONSeadrillMarch 2010 – May 2010 (3 months)Radio OfficerCosco Shipping Co., Ltd.October 1978 – November 2000 (22 years 2 months)I have more than 20 years experience as radio operator on a variety of general cargo vessels, bulk carriers, containers and tugs.Radio operator on J/u rig Marine 305Marine drilling internationalNovember 1997 – March 1998 (5 months)LanguagesEnglishMalaySkillsMicrosoft OfficeMicrosoft ExcelCorporate CommunicationsInternal CommunicationsMicrosoft WordPowerPointEnglishRadioHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationAGTI, INSEIN, MYANMARCivil engineeringCivil engineering1974 – 1977CertificationsCERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY FOR WIRELESS/RADIO TELPHONE OPERATOR.DIRECTOR GENERAL, POST & TELECOMUNICATION, MYANMAR., License ISSUED 1977.CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY FOR GMDSS STCW: IV/2 RADIO OPERATOR at DIRECTOR GENERAL,DEPARTMENT OF MARINE ADMINISTRATION, MYANMAR., License ISSUED 1998
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  • Senior Project/Program Manager, Corporate Investment Management Office (continued from year ago)Canadian Space AgencyNovember 2014 – Present (1 year 8 months)Returned to my original posting.- Project manager for the procurement of a Configuration Management tool- Developed a CSA Project Management Competency Development (PMCD) and learning Roadmap- Drafted a CSA Policy on the Management of Investments- Initiated reflections and planning for next OPMCASenior Advisor to DG Programs & Integrated PlanningCanadian Space AgencyNovember 2013 – October 2014 (1 year)In support to DG Programs & Integrated Planning (PIP)- Responsible in supporting the setting up and integration of the new DG PIP directorate composed of the Corporate Project Management Office with CM and the Governance, Planning and Performance groups- Sketch current and propose revamp governance structure with committees between all Canadian stakeholders;- Produce and revise presentation decks on various Corporate (Entreprise) related topics;- Provide advice on governance related topics and suggest changes;- Lead and coordinate Corporate-related change initiatives by collaborating with, interfacing, gaining support and commitment across sectors;- Support DG PIP as required in support to VP and CSA President mandates and special assignments.Senior Project/Program Manager, Corporate Project Management OfficeCanadian Space AgencySeptember 2004 – October 2013 (9 years 2 months)Lead the development and implementation of standard project management practices across the Canadian Space Agency. Along with implementation of standard tools, templates and methodologies, establish a project management culture by assessing, identifying and closing the gaps between existing As-Is organizational culture to an effective To-Be organizational ‘project’ culture. Includes developing and providing training, corporate and project risk management assessments, maturity improvement, OPMCA (organisation maturity assessment) lead, answering for audit & verifications on project management/CPMO, support and provide recommendations prior project approvals, strategic & business improvement, quality approaches, etc.DETAILS• Support governmental objectives in project management with regards to the application of project management policies. Assess the impact of new standards & policies in PM issued by the TBS & maintain the PM methodology and formal best practices.• Provide programmatic support (Governance, MAF, Risk management) and project management expertise at the corporate level.• Provide project operational oversight to the approval process, provide risk management expert advice.• Responsible for the development of the project management methodology. Provide CSA-wide PM training.• Project: Lead the CSA-wide exercise of the Project management maturity assessment (OPMCA) resulting with a high quality and accurate assessment of approx200pages. Perform the Gap-Analysis.• Project: Manage the 2011 CSA Federal Sector Charity Campaign, received distinction for outstanding results and innovative approach• Project: Manage the STS-115 Canadian Astronaut mission while standardizing methods• Actively support key various Corporate Initiatives (CSA-wide RAM exercise, team-coaching, leadership network core-group, critical skill-sets)• Provide the leadership, vision to constantly strive towards excellence in Project Management.• Lead daily CPMO operations and staffActing Manager Corporate Project Management OfficeCanadian Space AgencyJanuary 2012 – September 2012 (9 months)Manage and lead the Corporate Project Management Office team after retirement of the Manager. Project risk engineerCanadian Space AgencyMay 2003 – August 2004 (1 year 4 months)Develop methods and practices in project risk management (RM). Perform project risk analyses and provide recommendations to senior management. Lead and prepare documentation for senior project risk management committees. Lead the culture change towards proactive project risk management.DETAILS• Matrixed to RADARSAT-2 project as Deputy PM- Responsible of PMO PM (Finance, schedule, organization, reporting to stakeholders, communications, risk)• Fully develop the risk management approach within the Canadian Space Station Program project as basis for all other projects• Prepare/coordinate Project Approval documents, roadmaps for science and technology projects such as PMDIS, Herschel/Planck etc. and participate in international meetings with NASA on projects such as PMDIS/TRAC.• Prepare/revise/streamline the Corporate Project Approval Management Framework (PAMF)• Oversee the PM web site development• Prepare/coordinate and get approval for, of various PM policies, PM procedures• Hire and Coordinate student and Risk Analyst work. Use/learn the @Risk and NASA Risk softwares.• Provide RM recommendations to Corporate on International Currency Fluctuations study• learn/teach/Revise/Update risk data in a risk software (RIAS) for over 25 projects/programs of low to very high risk profiles• Prepare risk data for management meetings, hold RM meetings and train PMs• Prepare presentations for DG’s. Advise on the preparation and prepare PRAB Risk Submissions to Corporate• Define the requirements/Coordinate/Implement all risk management development/operations work related to a complete RM web site including specific areas such as risk training, lessons learned, best practices, knowledge management• Interface/meet with NASA/Futron to discuss RM approaches within their organizations and implement best practices• Revise project charters• Prepare and give PM training workshops• Represent CSA at the Risk Network Initiative in the Federal SectorPayload engineerCanadian Space AgencyJuly 2002 – April 2003 (10 months)Involved in the documentation leading to the certification of the Payloads Tele-Operations Center (PTOC)DETAILS• Oversee the complete development to the certification for the Payload Mission Support Center facility.• Write the appropriate documentations (PIP, OCD, SRD, SSD, SSDD, plans, etc.).• Perform Mission management, and participate in Canadian payload real-time operations in the center.Operations Mission PlannerCanadian Space AgencyApril 2002 – June 2002 (3 months)• Training in: Radarsat and remote sensing satellites characteristics, Mission Management Office (MMO) Operations Overview, Tour of the Mission Control Facilities, Familiarization with the Swath Radarsat application, Get familiar with department personnel, processes and procedures.Logistics Engineer- Space Station projectCanadian Space AgencyMarch 1998 – December 2001 (3 years 10 months)- Manage Logistics, Sustaining Eng. development team efforts for the Engineering Support Center (ESC) R&D project including all Logistics and Maintenance Operational requirements to support MSS operations - Apr 2001.- Coordinate/prioritize & review all subcontractor work packages & doc’s following the WBS structure.- Coordinate the technology program for ESC implementation/roles with other CSA/NASA/MDR contractors- S.Eng. Lead evaluator for the CSA Operations Facilities docs.- Participate in CoFR, operations validation, flight simulations with NASA/CSA, MER training.• Active participation in Proposal writing in response to a RFP for CSA L&SE contract - Contract awarded.• Co-ordinate the science and technology Logistics Information System software (S/W) project.- Write Operation Concepts, spec’s/req’ts docs, - Prepare/present presentations. - S/W build/implementation• Active engineering and research Interface with MDR/NASA: Manage/review Work Packages/contracts, costs & deliverables, attend program reviews for project involving over 10 end users.• Lead, manage the Imagery Working Group for CSA/MDR. Prepare schedules, write/review task orders.• Participate with NASA in Logistics/S.Eng/Imagery Multilateral technical meetings at other space agencies• Review CSA/NASA data exchanges - Prepare logistics presentations. Conduct sub-contractor meetings.• Prepare sparing scenarios i.e. ILS connectors buy reduced from 1.5M to 100K. Review contractor submissions.Network MarketerJewelwayDecember 1996 – October 1997 (11 months)- Develop my network marketing business- Sollicit, recruit and develop new partners- Travel to France for 1 mth to perform sollicitation, perform marketing by presenting the company to potential clients and new marketers around the countryAchievements: Recognized as a top achiever within first 4 months. Developed great people-skills, sales and marketing techniques.Manufacturing EngineerBell HelicopterOctober 1995 – March 1997 (1 year 6 months)· Budget administrator:​- Establish & administer department & capital WBS budgets and associated WBS schedule.- Create a budget compilation methodology & S/W system. Budget tracking as per WBS.- Coordinate budget discrepancies with other departments. Present to higher management.· Write procedures: ​- Outside manufactured tooling reports (OMTR`s) - Product change authorizations- Tool Travelers & Purchase Request routing within the company,- Tool material comparison for bond tools selection. Develop new employees training program.· Systems Analyst: ​- Write Virtual Basic-EXCEL programs to - Maintain/report outside tooling info in a database.- Compile helicopter estimates: Used for Model 427.· R&D and Estimator:- Involved in manufacturing (planning/tool design/tooling) estimates of various parts- Manage and coordinate, report & present a bonding shop capacity study to management.- Generate, maintain & follow projects schedules following the projects WBS. i.e. Duplicate toolingWeights and Cost EngineerBell HelicopterJanuary 1994 – September 1995 (1 year 9 months)· Establish flight envelopes of various helicopter configurations and create fuel burn curves.· Prepare helicopter weight & balance reports. · Analyze drawings & investigate on best materials to be used.· Prepare preliminary reliability analyses, Analyze designs & perform cost reduction• Work in conjunction with design team to define hardware failure criteria’s. Maintain complete helicopter inventory with a specialized S/W.· Weight control during concept and design phase of the model 407 helicopter: Airframe (composites, casting/forging and aluminum sheet), control system and electrical system.Dynamics stress Engineer Jr.Bell HelicopterMay 1993 – December 1993 (8 months)Plan, direct and manage R&D project by:· Document and review existing fatigue analysis methods.· Finite Element Modelling & analysis of the Model 412 main rotor yoke and swashplate using PATRAN/NASTRAN.- Result interpretation & NASTRAN file modification,- Perform correlation studies between experimental and computer generated results, · Definition of an analytical procedure with P/FATIGUE software for fatigue analysis. · Perform S/W limitation, precision, correlation & optimization studies by various analysis & result comparison.· Prepare an &D report and a P/FATIGUE user’s guide.Mechanical Design and R&D packaging engineer- juniorMDA (was EMS/SPAR)May 1992 – November 1992 (7 months)Write space materials qualification test specifications, get materials machined, perform some internal mechanical tests within the clean rooms.Perform simple assemblies and PCB's thermal and structural calculations.DETAILS· FEM & Analysis: - PCB structural analysis using PATRAN & NASTRAN. - Thermal & structural analysis of electronic components (inductance, amplifiers & micro-chips). - Perform a Thermal Model Generation & analysis of an electronic unit.· R&D : - Write & follow a qualification test plan and report for 2 new space materials. Collect and report scientific data. - New material research, read/find/follow military standards.· Design : - CADKEY designs of small fixtures. - Dimensional tolerance analysis for proper fits and assemblies. - Supervise work of 4 designers. (2 weeks)​Mechanicl Designer / R&D - internMDA (was EMS/SPAR)May 1991 – September 1991 (5 months)Perform engineering test rig design and vibration testing on a joint electronic unit (JEU) for the future Canadarm 2.Perform thermal and structure calculations on printed circuit boards (PCB's.)DETAILS· Design/draw a vibration fixture for an electronic unit as part of the International Space Station Program.· Write a vibration testing procedure. Follow the tests, collect, synthesize, and report scientific data. · Design/draw of a shipping container using UNIGRAPHICS.· Perform simple stress analysis for electronic components mounted on PCB’s.· Write different DBASE 3+ programs for personnel training database. · Evaluate word processing conversion S/W’s. Evaluate training videos.Honors & AwardsValues & Ethics - Team AwardDG Corporate Services (Benoit Marcotte)June 2011Director Award - Charity CampaignDG Corporate Services (Benoit Marcotte)November 2011Team award for having led the charity campaign which resulted in a most lucrative campaign, while standardising the approach for future campaigns.Student mentoring recognitionOrdre des ingenieurs du Quebec2010Award received in recognition for the student coaching and mentoring performed throughout the years. Director Award - CPMO Client ServicesDirector Program Assurance (Serge Garon)June 2009Team award for client-service quality and devotion in developing the project standards, providing training, and for teams quality services to the organization.Director Award - PAMF TransitionDirector Program Assurance (Serge Garon)2007Team award in recognition in helping to effectively transition the CPMO from a sector role to a Corporate role.Directors Award - Founding of CSA's Astronomy ClubDirector CPMO (Serge Garon)2004Team award for having initiated and led the set up of an Astronomy Club at the CSA.ProjectsProduct Life-Cycle Management tool (CM Tool)Starting October 2014Project Manager initially responsible in finalising the request for proposal for the PLM/CM tool with a team of 7 which included Public Works. Team members: Jasmin Bourdon, Olivier Brisson, Anna Polackova, Ian Foster, Fernand Chevalot, Guy Pomerleau, Martin DuthoyGovernance processes developmentNovember 2013 – March 2014Lead the CPMO, using a matrix team of 15, in sketching the first drafts of the proposed revamped detailed internal and external governance structure processes steaming from idea generation to initial project approval and throughout the project life cycle and operation phase.The various external stakeholders include, amongst others, committees of stakeholders with an interest in space, at the Federal, provincial, academic levels and international levels.Team members: Jasmin Bourdon, Joslyn Vaillancourt, StudentsOPMCA - Organisational PM Capacity AssessmentSeptember 2012 – April 2013Project Manager, leading a team of 9 to complete the organisation-wide OPMCA exercice. The resulting analysis of nearly 200 pages was successfully delivered and approved by the Treasury Board Secretariat in April 2013.Team members: Jasmin Bourdon, Joslyn Vaillancourt, Glen Bilodeau, Stav Tsamitros, Maureen Gittens, Michel VachonCSA Charity Campaign 2011April 2011 – December 2011Project manager responsible for coordinating the efforts of a team of 8 to ensure a successful charity campaign. Team received distinction for outstanding results and innovative approach.Team members: Jasmin BourdonRessource Allocation Matrix exercise 2010Starting 2010Coordination of the 2010-2011 annual exercice that allows CSA to assign its employees to the space projects. Improving the existing system that supports the process. Supporting and training the users. Setting up the Operating Standard and resulting in a lessons learned report for future improvement.Team members: Jasmin Bourdon, James I. Mengad, MPM, MBA, PMP, Matrix sector personnelSTS-115 Canadian Astronaut missionDecember 2005 – February 2007Project Manager responsible managing a team of 7 (overall matrix team of over 20) of Steve MacLean's STS-115 Canadian Astronaut mission, while standardizing methods and practices.Team members: Jasmin BourdonCertificationsPrince2P (Prince 2 Practitioner) at APMG-InternationalNovember 2013 – November 2018PMP (Project Management Professional)Project Management InstituteDecember 2003 – PresentCMIIA (CMII Advanced)Institute of Configuration ManagementNovember 2010 – PresentCTM (Competent Toastmaster)Toastmasters InternationalDecember 2004 – PresentM.Eng (Masters of Engineering - Aerospace)École Polytechnique de MontréalDecember 1995 – PresentB. Eng. (Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering - Space)École Polytechnique de MontréalMay 1992 – PresentLanguagesEnglishNative or bilingual proficiencyFrenchNative or bilingual proficiencySkillsAerospaceEarned Value ManagementProgram ManagementSpace SystemsSystems EngineeringIntegrationSpacecraftProject ManagementSatelliteEngineering ManagementSystem DesignPMBOKRequirements AnalysisMS ProjectProcess ImprovementSee 20+Configuration ManagementRequirements ManagementBusiness Process ImprovementSimulationsEngineeringTestingRisk ManagementProposal WritingStrategyProject Portfolio ManagementSoftware DocumentationAnalysisPMOCMMIManagementProject PlanningGovernancePMPLeadershipProcess EngineeringSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationCanadian School of Public Service (ESPS)iLeadership Program, LeadershipiLeadership Program, Leadership
  • Senior Advisor to DG Programs & Integrated PlanningCanadian Space AgencyNovember 2013 – October 2014 (1 year)In support to DG Programs & Integrated Planning (PIP)- Responsible in supporting the setting up and integration of the new DG PIP directorate composed of the Corporate Project Management Office with CM and the Governance, Planning and Performance groups- Sketch current and propose revamp governance structure with committees between all Canadian stakeholders;- Produce and revise presentation decks on various Corporate (Entreprise) related topics;- Provide advice on governance related topics and suggest changes;- Lead and coordinate Corporate-related change initiatives by collaborating with, interfacing, gaining support and commitment across sectors;- Support DG PIP as required in support to VP and CSA President mandates and special assignments.Senior Project/Program Manager, Corporate Project Management OfficeCanadian Space AgencySeptember 2004 – October 2013 (9 years 2 months)Lead the development and implementation of standard project management practices across the Canadian Space Agency. Along with implementation of standard tools, templates and methodologies, establish a project management culture by assessing, identifying and closing the gaps between existing As-Is organizational culture to an effective To-Be organizational ‘project’ culture. Includes developing and providing training, corporate and project risk management assessments, maturity improvement, OPMCA (organisation maturity assessment) lead, answering for audit & verifications on project management/CPMO, support and provide recommendations prior project approvals, strategic & business improvement, quality approaches, etc.DETAILS• Support governmental objectives in project management with regards to the application of project management policies. Assess the impact of new standards & policies in PM issued by the TBS & maintain the PM methodology and formal best practices.• Provide programmatic support (Governance, MAF, Risk management) and project management expertise at the corporate level.• Provide project operational oversight to the approval process, provide risk management expert advice.• Responsible for the development of the project management methodology. Provide CSA-wide PM training.• Project: Lead the CSA-wide exercise of the Project management maturity assessment (OPMCA) resulting with a high quality and accurate assessment of approx200pages. Perform the Gap-Analysis.• Project: Manage the 2011 CSA Federal Sector Charity Campaign, received distinction for outstanding results and innovative approach• Project: Manage the STS-115 Canadian Astronaut mission while standardizing methods• Actively support key various Corporate Initiatives (CSA-wide RAM exercise, team-coaching, leadership network core-group, critical skill-sets)• Provide the leadership, vision to constantly strive towards excellence in Project Management.• Lead daily CPMO operations and staffActing Manager Corporate Project Management OfficeCanadian Space AgencyJanuary 2012 – September 2012 (9 months)Manage and lead the Corporate Project Management Office team after retirement of the Manager. Project risk engineerCanadian Space AgencyMay 2003 – August 2004 (1 year 4 months)Develop methods and practices in project risk management (RM). Perform project risk analyses and provide recommendations to senior management. Lead and prepare documentation for senior project risk management committees. Lead the culture change towards proactive project risk management.DETAILS• Matrixed to RADARSAT-2 project as Deputy PM- Responsible of PMO PM (Finance, schedule, organization, reporting to stakeholders, communications, risk)• Fully develop the risk management approach within the Canadian Space Station Program project as basis for all other projects• Prepare/coordinate Project Approval documents, roadmaps for science and technology projects such as PMDIS, Herschel/Planck etc. and participate in international meetings with NASA on projects such as PMDIS/TRAC.• Prepare/revise/streamline the Corporate Project Approval Management Framework (PAMF)• Oversee the PM web site development• Prepare/coordinate and get approval for, of various PM policies, PM procedures• Hire and Coordinate student and Risk Analyst work. Use/learn the @Risk and NASA Risk softwares.• Provide RM recommendations to Corporate on International Currency Fluctuations study• learn/teach/Revise/Update risk data in a risk software (RIAS) for over 25 projects/programs of low to very high risk profiles• Prepare risk data for management meetings, hold RM meetings and train PMs• Prepare presentations for DG’s. Advise on the preparation and prepare PRAB Risk Submissions to Corporate• Define the requirements/Coordinate/Implement all risk management development/operations work related to a complete RM web site including specific areas such as risk training, lessons learned, best practices, knowledge management• Interface/meet with NASA/Futron to discuss RM approaches within their organizations and implement best practices• Revise project charters• Prepare and give PM training workshops• Represent CSA at the Risk Network Initiative in the Federal SectorPayload engineerCanadian Space AgencyJuly 2002 – April 2003 (10 months)Involved in the documentation leading to the certification of the Payloads Tele-Operations Center (PTOC)DETAILS• Oversee the complete development to the certification for the Payload Mission Support Center facility.• Write the appropriate documentations (PIP, OCD, SRD, SSD, SSDD, plans, etc.).• Perform Mission management, and participate in Canadian payload real-time operations in the center.Operations Mission PlannerCanadian Space AgencyApril 2002 – June 2002 (3 months)• Training in: Radarsat and remote sensing satellites characteristics, Mission Management Office (MMO) Operations Overview, Tour of the Mission Control Facilities, Familiarization with the Swath Radarsat application, Get familiar with department personnel, processes and procedures.Logistics Engineer- Space Station projectCanadian Space AgencyMarch 1998 – December 2001 (3 years 10 months)- Manage Logistics, Sustaining Eng. development team efforts for the Engineering Support Center (ESC) R&D project including all Logistics and Maintenance Operational requirements to support MSS operations - Apr 2001.- Coordinate/prioritize & review all subcontractor work packages & doc’s following the WBS structure.- Coordinate the technology program for ESC implementation/roles with other CSA/NASA/MDR contractors- S.Eng. Lead evaluator for the CSA Operations Facilities docs.- Participate in CoFR, operations validation, flight simulations with NASA/CSA, MER training.• Active participation in Proposal writing in response to a RFP for CSA L&SE contract - Contract awarded.• Co-ordinate the science and technology Logistics Information System software (S/W) project.- Write Operation Concepts, spec’s/req’ts docs, - Prepare/present presentations. - S/W build/implementation• Active engineering and research Interface with MDR/NASA: Manage/review Work Packages/contracts, costs & deliverables, attend program reviews for project involving over 10 end users.• Lead, manage the Imagery Working Group for CSA/MDR. Prepare schedules, write/review task orders.• Participate with NASA in Logistics/S.Eng/Imagery Multilateral technical meetings at other space agencies• Review CSA/NASA data exchanges - Prepare logistics presentations. Conduct sub-contractor meetings.• Prepare sparing scenarios i.e. ILS connectors buy reduced from 1.5M to 100K. Review contractor submissions.Network MarketerJewelwayDecember 1996 – October 1997 (11 months)- Develop my network marketing business- Sollicit, recruit and develop new partners- Travel to France for 1 mth to perform sollicitation, perform marketing by presenting the company to potential clients and new marketers around the countryAchievements: Recognized as a top achiever within first 4 months. Developed great people-skills, sales and marketing techniques.Manufacturing EngineerBell HelicopterOctober 1995 – March 1997 (1 year 6 months)· Budget administrator:​- Establish & administer department & capital WBS budgets and associated WBS schedule.- Create a budget compilation methodology & S/W system. Budget tracking as per WBS.- Coordinate budget discrepancies with other departments. Present to higher management.· Write procedures: ​- Outside manufactured tooling reports (OMTR`s) - Product change authorizations- Tool Travelers & Purchase Request routing within the company,- Tool material comparison for bond tools selection. Develop new employees training program.· Systems Analyst: ​- Write Virtual Basic-EXCEL programs to - Maintain/report outside tooling info in a database.- Compile helicopter estimates: Used for Model 427.· R&D and Estimator:- Involved in manufacturing (planning/tool design/tooling) estimates of various parts- Manage and coordinate, report & present a bonding shop capacity study to management.- Generate, maintain & follow projects schedules following the projects WBS. i.e. Duplicate toolingWeights and Cost EngineerBell HelicopterJanuary 1994 – September 1995 (1 year 9 months)· Establish flight envelopes of various helicopter configurations and create fuel burn curves.· Prepare helicopter weight & balance reports. · Analyze drawings & investigate on best materials to be used.· Prepare preliminary reliability analyses, Analyze designs & perform cost reduction• Work in conjunction with design team to define hardware failure criteria’s. Maintain complete helicopter inventory with a specialized S/W.· Weight control during concept and design phase of the model 407 helicopter: Airframe (composites, casting/forging and aluminum sheet), control system and electrical system.Dynamics stress Engineer Jr.Bell HelicopterMay 1993 – December 1993 (8 months)Plan, direct and manage R&D project by:· Document and review existing fatigue analysis methods.· Finite Element Modelling & analysis of the Model 412 main rotor yoke and swashplate using PATRAN/NASTRAN.- Result interpretation & NASTRAN file modification,- Perform correlation studies between experimental and computer generated results, · Definition of an analytical procedure with P/FATIGUE software for fatigue analysis. · Perform S/W limitation, precision, correlation & optimization studies by various analysis & result comparison.· Prepare an &D report and a P/FATIGUE user’s guide.Mechanical Design and R&D packaging engineer- juniorMDA (was EMS/SPAR)May 1992 – November 1992 (7 months)Write space materials qualification test specifications, get materials machined, perform some internal mechanical tests within the clean rooms.Perform simple assemblies and PCB's thermal and structural calculations.DETAILS· FEM & Analysis: - PCB structural analysis using PATRAN & NASTRAN. - Thermal & structural analysis of electronic components (inductance, amplifiers & micro-chips). - Perform a Thermal Model Generation & analysis of an electronic unit.· R&D : - Write & follow a qualification test plan and report for 2 new space materials. Collect and report scientific data. - New material research, read/find/follow military standards.· Design : - CADKEY designs of small fixtures. - Dimensional tolerance analysis for proper fits and assemblies. - Supervise work of 4 designers. (2 weeks)​Mechanicl Designer / R&D - internMDA (was EMS/SPAR)May 1991 – September 1991 (5 months)Perform engineering test rig design and vibration testing on a joint electronic unit (JEU) for the future Canadarm 2.Perform thermal and structure calculations on printed circuit boards (PCB's.)DETAILS· Design/draw a vibration fixture for an electronic unit as part of the International Space Station Program.· Write a vibration testing procedure. Follow the tests, collect, synthesize, and report scientific data. · Design/draw of a shipping container using UNIGRAPHICS.· Perform simple stress analysis for electronic components mounted on PCB’s.· Write different DBASE 3+ programs for personnel training database. · Evaluate word processing conversion S/W’s. Evaluate training videos.Honors & AwardsValues & Ethics - Team AwardDG Corporate Services (Benoit Marcotte)June 2011Director Award - Charity CampaignDG Corporate Services (Benoit Marcotte)November 2011Team award for having led the charity campaign which resulted in a most lucrative campaign, while standardising the approach for future campaigns.Student mentoring recognitionOrdre des ingenieurs du Quebec2010Award received in recognition for the student coaching and mentoring performed throughout the years. Director Award - CPMO Client ServicesDirector Program Assurance (Serge Garon)June 2009Team award for client-service quality and devotion in developing the project standards, providing training, and for teams quality services to the organization.Director Award - PAMF TransitionDirector Program Assurance (Serge Garon)2007Team award in recognition in helping to effectively transition the CPMO from a sector role to a Corporate role.Directors Award - Founding of CSA's Astronomy ClubDirector CPMO (Serge Garon)2004Team award for having initiated and led the set up of an Astronomy Club at the CSA.ProjectsProduct Life-Cycle Management tool (CM Tool)Starting October 2014Project Manager initially responsible in finalising the request for proposal for the PLM/CM tool with a team of 7 which included Public Works. Team members: Jasmin Bourdon, Olivier Brisson, Anna Polackova, Ian Foster, Fernand Chevalot, Guy Pomerleau, Martin DuthoyGovernance processes developmentNovember 2013 – March 2014Lead the CPMO, using a matrix team of 15, in sketching the first drafts of the proposed revamped detailed internal and external governance structure processes steaming from idea generation to initial project approval and throughout the project life cycle and operation phase.The various external stakeholders include, amongst others, committees of stakeholders with an interest in space, at the Federal, provincial, academic levels and international levels.Team members: Jasmin Bourdon, Joslyn Vaillancourt, StudentsOPMCA - Organisational PM Capacity AssessmentSeptember 2012 – April 2013Project Manager, leading a team of 9 to complete the organisation-wide OPMCA exercice. The resulting analysis of nearly 200 pages was successfully delivered and approved by the Treasury Board Secretariat in April 2013.Team members: Jasmin Bourdon, Joslyn Vaillancourt, Glen Bilodeau, Stav Tsamitros, Maureen Gittens, Michel VachonCSA Charity Campaign 2011April 2011 – December 2011Project manager responsible for coordinating the efforts of a team of 8 to ensure a successful charity campaign. Team received distinction for outstanding results and innovative approach.Team members: Jasmin BourdonRessource Allocation Matrix exercise 2010Starting 2010Coordination of the 2010-2011 annual exercice that allows CSA to assign its employees to the space projects. Improving the existing system that supports the process. Supporting and training the users. Setting up the Operating Standard and resulting in a lessons learned report for future improvement.Team members: Jasmin Bourdon, James I. Mengad, MPM, MBA, PMP, Matrix sector personnelSTS-115 Canadian Astronaut missionDecember 2005 – February 2007Project Manager responsible managing a team of 7 (overall matrix team of over 20) of Steve MacLean's STS-115 Canadian Astronaut mission, while standardizing methods and practices.Team members: Jasmin BourdonCertificationsPrince2P (Prince 2 Practitioner) at APMG-InternationalNovember 2013 – November 2018PMP (Project Management Professional)Project Management InstituteDecember 2003 – PresentCMIIA (CMII Advanced)Institute of Configuration ManagementNovember 2010 – PresentCTM (Competent Toastmaster)Toastmasters InternationalDecember 2004 – PresentM.Eng (Masters of Engineering - Aerospace)École Polytechnique de MontréalDecember 1995 – PresentB. Eng. (Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering - Space)École Polytechnique de MontréalMay 1992 – PresentLanguagesEnglishNative or bilingual proficiencyFrenchNative or bilingual proficiencySkillsAerospaceEarned Value ManagementProgram ManagementSpace SystemsSystems EngineeringIntegrationSpacecraftProject ManagementSatelliteEngineering ManagementSystem DesignPMBOKRequirements AnalysisMS ProjectProcess ImprovementSee 20+Configuration ManagementRequirements ManagementBusiness Process ImprovementSimulationsEngineeringTestingRisk ManagementProposal WritingStrategyProject Portfolio ManagementSoftware DocumentationAnalysisPMOCMMIManagementProject PlanningGovernancePMPLeadershipProcess EngineeringSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationCanadian School of Public Service (ESPS)iLeadership Program, LeadershipiLeadership Program, Leadership
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  • IT AuditorPT Bank Danamon Indonesia, Tbk.April 2016 – Present (3 months)- Execute of IT audits (general controls, application controls and business process & operations)- Establish robust Follow up audit process to ensure action plan have been effectively implemented.IT Testing Management ManagerPrudential Indonesia (PT Prudential Life Assurance)April 2015 – March 2016 (1 year)1.Change Management1.1. Formulation and implementation of Software Testing strategies1.2 Maintaining Requirement Traceability Matrix(RTM) for Life Asia application and creating new RTM for new product1.3 Build and review Regression Test Scenarios and Test Cases1.4 Build automation for regression testing of Life Asia products to increase in testing coverage1.5 Works with Business Analyst,PMO and developer on building the test cases1.6 Enriching the RTM, test Scenarios and Test Cases whenever there is any changes in the application or new product launch1.7 Preparation/review of test reports1.8 Work with IT security team on penetration test2. Quality and Control2.1 Ensure SDLC activity in line with application development regional Policy.2.2 Setup Governance & Test Management Framework2.3 Maintaining Test Case repository 2.4 Conduct risk assessment, risk management, quality assurance functions, writing reports and scheduling 3. Defect Management3.1 Implement defect management tool using JIRA Software 3.2 Establish Defect management and release criteria for defect tested and defect closedIT Quality Assurance ManagerPrudential Indonesia (PT Prudential Life Assurance)March 2013 – March 2015 (2 years 1 month)- Review and set policy and procedure for SDLC- Review and set policy and procedure for QA including Test Procedure(testing plan and script, unit test, system functional test, system integration test, performance test, uat, operational readiness test, regression test), acceptance criteria, defect management, issue management, and escalation procedure- Review and set policies, procedures, and processes for Configuration Management, Change Management, Release Management, and Software Quality process management- Ensure the development of IT system comply to related policies and procedures- Ensure all IT system have passed the IT QA before go live and deliver to user-Perform system quality review and recommend system quality enhancement-Plan and perform system testing as required to ensure the system is delivered with high quality, high performance, and reliable-Perform PIR for significant projects or change request-Perform Application Security Life Cycle for web app and other system prior implementation-Providing quality consultation during application and network architecture design and implementation-Provide weekly and monthly project and ITSM status report to IT and users. Conduct weekly and monthly meeting with IT PMO, IT BA, IT Developer to discuss on the status and follow up on pending items including follow up with users if pending on user side-Implement Software Configuration Management Serena Dimension CMSenior Quality AssurancePT. Bank Tabungan Negara (Persero) TbkJune 2010 – February 2013 (2 years 9 months)- Create QA Plan when initiating project- Ensure the project goals fulfill vision and mission of the organization- Ensure the life cycle of the project in line with standard of SDLC- Design Test Scenario including negative and positive Testing- Monitor and execute pre UAT, UAT, transition to production phase and make decision go/no go- Create lesson learned document at the end of the project.- Implement Testing Tools (Rational Software : RQM, RPT, RFT, Appscan)- Actively involved in central bank payment system (RTGS, SKN)Java DeveloperPT. Phillip Securities IndonesiaJune 2009 – May 2010 (1 year)- Develop Enterprise Web Application using PHP Zend Framework- Develope Mobile Stock Trading Appliation using J2ME and RIM APIAnalyst ProgrammerPT. Melvar LintasnusaOctober 2004 – February 2006 (1 year 5 months)Bandung Area, West Java, Indonesia- Analyze and Code ERP Application for textile factory using PHP Smarty Template EngineProgrammerPT. Multimedia Solusi PrimaJune 2003 – September 2004 (1 year 4 months)Bandung Area, West Java, Indonesia- Code e-Government Web Application using PHP and DotnetCertificationsCertified Information Systems Auditor® (CISA) at ISACA, License 15121221March 2015 – PresentCoursesUniversiti Teknologi MalaysiaIT for Organizational Transformation (MCC1053)IT for Organizational Transformation (MCC1053)LanguagesBahasa InggrisSkillsIT AuditITILISO 27001IT ManagementIT StrategySoftware Project ManagementCOBITOracleDB2JavaJava Enterprise EditionInformation Security ManagementInformation SecuritySparx Enterprise ArchitectIncident ManagementSee 6+Business ContinuityRequirements ManagementTesting FrameworkInformation Risk and ControlDefect ManagementFunctional and Performance TestingSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationUniversiti Teknologi MalaysiaMaster of Science (M.Sc.), IT Management, 3.86Master of Science (M.Sc.), IT Management, 3.86
  • IT Testing Management ManagerPrudential Indonesia (PT Prudential Life Assurance)April 2015 – March 2016 (1 year)1.Change Management1.1. Formulation and implementation of Software Testing strategies1.2 Maintaining Requirement Traceability Matrix(RTM) for Life Asia application and creating new RTM for new product1.3 Build and review Regression Test Scenarios and Test Cases1.4 Build automation for regression testing of Life Asia products to increase in testing coverage1.5 Works with Business Analyst,PMO and developer on building the test cases1.6 Enriching the RTM, test Scenarios and Test Cases whenever there is any changes in the application or new product launch1.7 Preparation/review of test reports1.8 Work with IT security team on penetration test2. Quality and Control2.1 Ensure SDLC activity in line with application development regional Policy.2.2 Setup Governance & Test Management Framework2.3 Maintaining Test Case repository 2.4 Conduct risk assessment, risk management, quality assurance functions, writing reports and scheduling 3. Defect Management3.1 Implement defect management tool using JIRA Software 3.2 Establish Defect management and release criteria for defect tested and defect closedIT Quality Assurance ManagerPrudential Indonesia (PT Prudential Life Assurance)March 2013 – March 2015 (2 years 1 month)- Review and set policy and procedure for SDLC- Review and set policy and procedure for QA including Test Procedure(testing plan and script, unit test, system functional test, system integration test, performance test, uat, operational readiness test, regression test), acceptance criteria, defect management, issue management, and escalation procedure- Review and set policies, procedures, and processes for Configuration Management, Change Management, Release Management, and Software Quality process management- Ensure the development of IT system comply to related policies and procedures- Ensure all IT system have passed the IT QA before go live and deliver to user-Perform system quality review and recommend system quality enhancement-Plan and perform system testing as required to ensure the system is delivered with high quality, high performance, and reliable-Perform PIR for significant projects or change request-Perform Application Security Life Cycle for web app and other system prior implementation-Providing quality consultation during application and network architecture design and implementation-Provide weekly and monthly project and ITSM status report to IT and users. Conduct weekly and monthly meeting with IT PMO, IT BA, IT Developer to discuss on the status and follow up on pending items including follow up with users if pending on user side-Implement Software Configuration Management Serena Dimension CMSenior Quality AssurancePT. Bank Tabungan Negara (Persero) TbkJune 2010 – February 2013 (2 years 9 months)- Create QA Plan when initiating project- Ensure the project goals fulfill vision and mission of the organization- Ensure the life cycle of the project in line with standard of SDLC- Design Test Scenario including negative and positive Testing- Monitor and execute pre UAT, UAT, transition to production phase and make decision go/no go- Create lesson learned document at the end of the project.- Implement Testing Tools (Rational Software : RQM, RPT, RFT, Appscan)- Actively involved in central bank payment system (RTGS, SKN)Java DeveloperPT. Phillip Securities IndonesiaJune 2009 – May 2010 (1 year)- Develop Enterprise Web Application using PHP Zend Framework- Develope Mobile Stock Trading Appliation using J2ME and RIM APIAnalyst ProgrammerPT. Melvar LintasnusaOctober 2004 – February 2006 (1 year 5 months)Bandung Area, West Java, Indonesia- Analyze and Code ERP Application for textile factory using PHP Smarty Template EngineProgrammerPT. Multimedia Solusi PrimaJune 2003 – September 2004 (1 year 4 months)Bandung Area, West Java, Indonesia- Code e-Government Web Application using PHP and DotnetCertificationsCertified Information Systems Auditor® (CISA) at ISACA, License 15121221March 2015 – PresentCoursesUniversiti Teknologi MalaysiaIT for Organizational Transformation (MCC1053)IT for Organizational Transformation (MCC1053)LanguagesBahasa InggrisSkillsIT AuditITILISO 27001IT ManagementIT StrategySoftware Project ManagementCOBITOracleDB2JavaJava Enterprise EditionInformation Security ManagementInformation SecuritySparx Enterprise ArchitectIncident ManagementSee 6+Business ContinuityRequirements ManagementTesting FrameworkInformation Risk and ControlDefect ManagementFunctional and Performance TestingSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationUniversiti Teknologi MalaysiaMaster of Science (M.Sc.), IT Management, 3.86Master of Science (M.Sc.), IT Management, 3.86
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  • Program ManagerCWB Maxium Financial (formerly Maxium and Desante)September 2012 – Present (3 years 10 months)Develop and establish appropriate procedures to ensure all Vendor Programs (> $100M funded annually) are in compliance with their funding agreements through performance of on-site audits. Vendor Programs are one of the 5 distinct areas of financing at CWB Maxium and are high-touch in nature. These Vendor Programs represent a strategic growth focus for CWB Maxium and range in industries from medical to vehicle to HVAC and many in between.Liaise between the Vendor Program Originators we finance, CWB Maxium Senior Management, and treasury. Prepare written reports on the results of program audits including the strengths, deficiencies, and a course of action presented to CWB Maxium Senior Management. Findings in these reports are then used as a basis for Credit Committee Reviews and Program Renewals. Perform due diligence procedures for new business opportunities, including risk analysis, cash flow modelling, system analysis, and negotiation of terms. The written report prepared based on these procedures is used as a foundation for preparing terms of an agreement which are submitted to the Credit Committee, our funders and then ultimately the Originator in the form of a Term Sheet.Assistance with internal financial reporting and internal audit procedures.Program ManagerMaxium Financial Services IncOctober 2014 – February 2016 (1 year 5 months)Develop and establish appropriate procedures to ensure all Vendor Programs (> $100M funded annually) are in compliance with their funding agreements through performance of on-site audits. Vendor Programs are one of the 5 distinct areas of financing at Maxium and are high-touch in nature. These Vendor Programs represent a strategic focus for Maxium and range in industries from medical to vehicle to HVAC and many in between.Liaise between the Vendor Program Originators we finance, Maxium Senior Management, and the funders we securitize with. Prepare written reports on the results of program audits including the strengths, deficiencies, and a course of action presented to Maxium Senior Management. Findings in these reports are then used as a basis for Credit Committee Reviews and Program Renewals. Perform due diligence procedures for new business opportunities, including risk analysis, cash flow modelling, system analysis, and negotiation of terms. The written report prepared based on these procedures is used as a foundation for preparing terms of an agreement which are submitted to the Credit Committee, our funders and then ultimately the Originator in the form of a Term Sheet.Assistance with internal financial reporting and internal audit procedures.Program Audit ManagerMaxium Financial Services IncSeptember 2012 – September 2014 (2 years 1 month)Senior Staff AccountantErnst & YoungSeptember 2011 – September 2012 (1 year 1 month)Toronto, Canada AreaProvide assurance services within the Toronto Audit Group with a broad range of industry groups including: mining, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and Not-for-Profit. Planned and executed both public and private company audits in both Canada and the U.S.One of the lead Senior Staff Accountants for a pilot project integrating a new methodology and software specific to private/mid-market clients. Project expected to roll out nation wide.Staff AccountantErnst & YoungSeptember 2009 – September 2011 (2 years 1 month)Assistant Golf ProfessionalCoppinwood Golf ClubApril 2006 – October 2007 (1 year 7 months)Golf OperationsBeacon Hall G.C.2003 – 2005 (2 years)Volunteer Experience & CausesTreasurerHighland Gate Rate Payers Association Inc.December 2014 – February 2016 (1 year 3 months)Civil Rights and Social ActionThe HGRPA was formed in late December 2014 to provide a unified voice for the communities surrounding the Highland Gate Golf Course.Sat on the Legal & Finance Committee responsible for the financial statements, fundraising efforts, and communication to the Membership. Worked with retained Legal and Engineer counsel to prepare for an OMB hearing. http://ratepayers.inaurora.ca/ Volunteer classroom facilitatorJunior Achievement of CanadaApril 2016 – Present (3 months)EducationJA programs inspire students to understand their potential, set life goals and succeed at school and in business. This is accomplished by partnering with teachers and dedicated volunteers who bring the “real world” into the classroom. The programs are based on three pillars: financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship.As a facilitator, we are responsible for learning the material and delivering it to students in grades 5-8. Opportunities Justin is looking for:Joining a nonprofit boardCauses Justin cares about:Animal WelfareChildrenEducationPoliticsCertificationsChartered Professional Accountant, Chartered Accountant at CPA Canada (Chartered Professional Accountants Canada)August 2012 – PresentCrossFit Level 1 - ANSI Accredited ProgramCrossFit, Inc.February 2015 – January 2020EducationYork UniversityBA, Accounting, Cum LaudeBA, Accounting, Cum Laude
  • Program ManagerMaxium Financial Services IncOctober 2014 – February 2016 (1 year 5 months)Develop and establish appropriate procedures to ensure all Vendor Programs (> $100M funded annually) are in compliance with their funding agreements through performance of on-site audits. Vendor Programs are one of the 5 distinct areas of financing at Maxium and are high-touch in nature. These Vendor Programs represent a strategic focus for Maxium and range in industries from medical to vehicle to HVAC and many in between.Liaise between the Vendor Program Originators we finance, Maxium Senior Management, and the funders we securitize with. Prepare written reports on the results of program audits including the strengths, deficiencies, and a course of action presented to Maxium Senior Management. Findings in these reports are then used as a basis for Credit Committee Reviews and Program Renewals. Perform due diligence procedures for new business opportunities, including risk analysis, cash flow modelling, system analysis, and negotiation of terms. The written report prepared based on these procedures is used as a foundation for preparing terms of an agreement which are submitted to the Credit Committee, our funders and then ultimately the Originator in the form of a Term Sheet.Assistance with internal financial reporting and internal audit procedures.Program Audit ManagerMaxium Financial Services IncSeptember 2012 – September 2014 (2 years 1 month)Senior Staff AccountantErnst & YoungSeptember 2011 – September 2012 (1 year 1 month)Toronto, Canada AreaProvide assurance services within the Toronto Audit Group with a broad range of industry groups including: mining, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and Not-for-Profit. Planned and executed both public and private company audits in both Canada and the U.S.One of the lead Senior Staff Accountants for a pilot project integrating a new methodology and software specific to private/mid-market clients. Project expected to roll out nation wide.Staff AccountantErnst & YoungSeptember 2009 – September 2011 (2 years 1 month)Assistant Golf ProfessionalCoppinwood Golf ClubApril 2006 – October 2007 (1 year 7 months)Golf OperationsBeacon Hall G.C.2003 – 2005 (2 years)Volunteer Experience & CausesTreasurerHighland Gate Rate Payers Association Inc.December 2014 – February 2016 (1 year 3 months)Civil Rights and Social ActionThe HGRPA was formed in late December 2014 to provide a unified voice for the communities surrounding the Highland Gate Golf Course.Sat on the Legal & Finance Committee responsible for the financial statements, fundraising efforts, and communication to the Membership. Worked with retained Legal and Engineer counsel to prepare for an OMB hearing. http://ratepayers.inaurora.ca/ Volunteer classroom facilitatorJunior Achievement of CanadaApril 2016 – Present (3 months)EducationJA programs inspire students to understand their potential, set life goals and succeed at school and in business. This is accomplished by partnering with teachers and dedicated volunteers who bring the “real world” into the classroom. The programs are based on three pillars: financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship.As a facilitator, we are responsible for learning the material and delivering it to students in grades 5-8. Opportunities Justin is looking for:Joining a nonprofit boardCauses Justin cares about:Animal WelfareChildrenEducationPoliticsCertificationsChartered Professional Accountant, Chartered Accountant at CPA Canada (Chartered Professional Accountants Canada)August 2012 – PresentCrossFit Level 1 - ANSI Accredited ProgramCrossFit, Inc.February 2015 – January 2020EducationYork UniversityBA, Accounting, Cum LaudeBA, Accounting, Cum Laude
  • Sr Delivery ManagerPrincipal Financial GroupMarch 2016 – Present (4 months)Senior Java Delivery ManagerProject ManageriGATEMay 2012 – March 2016 (3 years 11 months)Pune Area, India- Responsible for delivering the assigned projects in accordance with agreed scope, approved budget and finalized delivery time- Provided project leadership and was accountable for all aspects of project development and delivery- To identify all resources & support required to achieve project objective & deliverables- To manage all aspects of the project, project team members and all support resources, advisors and consultants in a way to achieve the project objective - Used project management best practices and methods to ensure a successful delivery of the project deliverables and outcomes- Engaged with client at defined intervals and keep them informed on all aspects of the project- Looked for more business opportunities and expansion of work to help client achieve his financial goals- Partnered with the client as solution expert and helped them in meeting their short and long term business goals- Single point of contact for all questions related to the application development of these projects.- Managed internal & external audits, handled team appraisals , planned team members career paths- Executed the project with very good project margins by maintaining right pyramid team structure to provide higher profits to the organizationSenior Onsite Project CoordinatoriGATEMay 2009 – May 2012 (3 years 1 month)• Understanding the existing J2EE architecture of all the 4 applications (24 sub-applications).• Review offshore delivered work products. • Ensure all client processes are being followed for deliverables and the work performed.• Plan for knowledge activities in the project team• Escalation of any issues, logging and tracking them to closure• Coordination with the MetLife Subject Matter Experts and Business Users • Perform Production Support activities in coordination with the offshore team• Perform application maintenance activities in accordance with the Requirements• Maintain quality records & collect quality data• Build the application code by following Configuration Management rules and activities.• Perform requirement analysis for all the work assigned to the team before sending to offshore for further work.• Perform Integration Testing for the code deployed on test regions.• Hosting the Install calls for all the code installed in Production region and bring the problems to closure.Track Lead and Project LeaderiGATENovember 2008 – April 2009 (6 months)Ajay’s responsibilities as a Track lead at Onshore include:• Prepare detailed Transition plan and Transition checklist• Conduct Knowledge transition sessions with Application SMEs• Impart Knowledge to Offshore team• Create and Update Knowledge repository document• Get approval from MetLife SMEs on the knowledge repository at the end of the Knowledge transition phase• Provide Primary support for Production Issues and Maintenance activitiesAjay’s responsibilities as a project leader at Offshore include:• Understanding the existing J2EE architecture of the application.• Identify subdivision of the total effort and allocate appropriate resources• Review work products before delivery• Ensure software development life cycle processes are being followed• Plan for knowledge activities in the project• Escalation of any issues, logging and tracking them to closure• Coordination with the MetLife Subject Matter Experts and Business Users• Perform Production Support activities in coordination with the offshore team• Perform application maintenance activities in accordance with the Requirements• Weekly reporting of status• Maintain quality records & collect quality dataIT Project LeadiGATEOctober 2007 – November 2008 (1 year 2 months)Pune Area, IndiaAjay’s responsibilities as a project leader include:• Understanding the existing J2EE architecture of the application.• Analyzing the Screen and Functional requirements and designing the solutions.• Analyzing the maintenance requests requirements and designing the solutions.• Identify subdivision of the total effort and allocate appropriate resources• Review work products before delivery• Ensure software development life cycle processes are being followed• Plan for knowledge activities in the project• Maintain quality records & collect quality dataTechnical Architect and Project LeaderiGATEJanuary 2007 – September 2007 (9 months)Pune Area, IndiaAfter successful Offshorisation of Revision System support, Ajay returned to Offshore IGATE with Development work for Revision System.The Project was to perform changes to application from Offshore and transition the coding & maintenance activity to the offshore support team. Ajay’s responsibilities include:• Managing the offshore support & maintenance team of 5 people.• Training 2 resources on this application development, Testing, implementation & maintenance work.• Executing all the phases of SDLC cycle for Revision maintenance project under CMM.• Project accounted for 1500 hours of offshore development work in addition to ongoing support work.Onsite CoordinatoriGATEOctober 2004 – December 2006 (2 years 3 months)Bloomington/Normal, Illinois AreaAjay responsibilities include:• Managing the offshore support team of 3 people.• Working on various projects & service requests to make enhancements to RMS application.• Providing support to the Business Partner in case of any issues.• Coordinating all the work related to server maintenance & product upgrades.• Setting up efficient process & tools to provide 24/7 availability and support to the users.• Working in all RMS stakeholder projects and coordinating with project teams for installing, validating, testing & implementing.Programmer (Trainee)Netwin Systems & Software (I) Pvt LtdNovember 2002 – May 2003 (7 months)Nasik Area, IndiaThe clients were National co-operative banks and Patsanstha. Clients had company’s banking software installed. Role was to:- Work on new requirements - Enhancement of existing banking modules- Design New Oracle - D2K ModuleSoftware EngineerZigma Software SolutionsAugust 2002 – October 2002 (3 months)- Convert the user specifications into an optimum User Interface i.e. to develop GUI screens.SkillsSoftware DevelopmentSoftware Project ManagementAgile Project ManagementProject ManagementPMPAgile MethodologiesTechnical Project LeadershipIT Project LeadershipProject Portfolio ManagementTestingOnsite-Offshore co-ordinationOnsite-Offshore Delivery ModelOnsite CoordinationContinuous ImprovementQuality Assurance ProcessesProgram ManagementHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!CertificationsCertified Scrum MasterScrum AllianceMarch 2013 – PresentiGATE Certified EstimatoriGATEApril 2013 – PresentPMP at Project Management Institute, License 1819519June 2015 – PresentHonors & AwardsIEVOLVE Champion AwardIGATE
  • Project ManageriGATEMay 2012 – March 2016 (3 years 11 months)Pune Area, India- Responsible for delivering the assigned projects in accordance with agreed scope, approved budget and finalized delivery time- Provided project leadership and was accountable for all aspects of project development and delivery- To identify all resources & support required to achieve project objective & deliverables- To manage all aspects of the project, project team members and all support resources, advisors and consultants in a way to achieve the project objective - Used project management best practices and methods to ensure a successful delivery of the project deliverables and outcomes- Engaged with client at defined intervals and keep them informed on all aspects of the project- Looked for more business opportunities and expansion of work to help client achieve his financial goals- Partnered with the client as solution expert and helped them in meeting their short and long term business goals- Single point of contact for all questions related to the application development of these projects.- Managed internal & external audits, handled team appraisals , planned team members career paths- Executed the project with very good project margins by maintaining right pyramid team structure to provide higher profits to the organizationSenior Onsite Project CoordinatoriGATEMay 2009 – May 2012 (3 years 1 month)• Understanding the existing J2EE architecture of all the 4 applications (24 sub-applications).• Review offshore delivered work products. • Ensure all client processes are being followed for deliverables and the work performed.• Plan for knowledge activities in the project team• Escalation of any issues, logging and tracking them to closure• Coordination with the MetLife Subject Matter Experts and Business Users • Perform Production Support activities in coordination with the offshore team• Perform application maintenance activities in accordance with the Requirements• Maintain quality records & collect quality data• Build the application code by following Configuration Management rules and activities.• Perform requirement analysis for all the work assigned to the team before sending to offshore for further work.• Perform Integration Testing for the code deployed on test regions.• Hosting the Install calls for all the code installed in Production region and bring the problems to closure.Track Lead and Project LeaderiGATENovember 2008 – April 2009 (6 months)Ajay’s responsibilities as a Track lead at Onshore include:• Prepare detailed Transition plan and Transition checklist• Conduct Knowledge transition sessions with Application SMEs• Impart Knowledge to Offshore team• Create and Update Knowledge repository document• Get approval from MetLife SMEs on the knowledge repository at the end of the Knowledge transition phase• Provide Primary support for Production Issues and Maintenance activitiesAjay’s responsibilities as a project leader at Offshore include:• Understanding the existing J2EE architecture of the application.• Identify subdivision of the total effort and allocate appropriate resources• Review work products before delivery• Ensure software development life cycle processes are being followed• Plan for knowledge activities in the project• Escalation of any issues, logging and tracking them to closure• Coordination with the MetLife Subject Matter Experts and Business Users• Perform Production Support activities in coordination with the offshore team• Perform application maintenance activities in accordance with the Requirements• Weekly reporting of status• Maintain quality records & collect quality dataIT Project LeadiGATEOctober 2007 – November 2008 (1 year 2 months)Pune Area, IndiaAjay’s responsibilities as a project leader include:• Understanding the existing J2EE architecture of the application.• Analyzing the Screen and Functional requirements and designing the solutions.• Analyzing the maintenance requests requirements and designing the solutions.• Identify subdivision of the total effort and allocate appropriate resources• Review work products before delivery• Ensure software development life cycle processes are being followed• Plan for knowledge activities in the project• Maintain quality records & collect quality dataTechnical Architect and Project LeaderiGATEJanuary 2007 – September 2007 (9 months)Pune Area, IndiaAfter successful Offshorisation of Revision System support, Ajay returned to Offshore IGATE with Development work for Revision System.The Project was to perform changes to application from Offshore and transition the coding & maintenance activity to the offshore support team. Ajay’s responsibilities include:• Managing the offshore support & maintenance team of 5 people.• Training 2 resources on this application development, Testing, implementation & maintenance work.• Executing all the phases of SDLC cycle for Revision maintenance project under CMM.• Project accounted for 1500 hours of offshore development work in addition to ongoing support work.Onsite CoordinatoriGATEOctober 2004 – December 2006 (2 years 3 months)Bloomington/Normal, Illinois AreaAjay responsibilities include:• Managing the offshore support team of 3 people.• Working on various projects & service requests to make enhancements to RMS application.• Providing support to the Business Partner in case of any issues.• Coordinating all the work related to server maintenance & product upgrades.• Setting up efficient process & tools to provide 24/7 availability and support to the users.• Working in all RMS stakeholder projects and coordinating with project teams for installing, validating, testing & implementing.Programmer (Trainee)Netwin Systems & Software (I) Pvt LtdNovember 2002 – May 2003 (7 months)Nasik Area, IndiaThe clients were National co-operative banks and Patsanstha. Clients had company’s banking software installed. Role was to:- Work on new requirements - Enhancement of existing banking modules- Design New Oracle - D2K ModuleSoftware EngineerZigma Software SolutionsAugust 2002 – October 2002 (3 months)- Convert the user specifications into an optimum User Interface i.e. to develop GUI screens.SkillsSoftware DevelopmentSoftware Project ManagementAgile Project ManagementProject ManagementPMPAgile MethodologiesTechnical Project LeadershipIT Project LeadershipProject Portfolio ManagementTestingOnsite-Offshore co-ordinationOnsite-Offshore Delivery ModelOnsite CoordinationContinuous ImprovementQuality Assurance ProcessesProgram ManagementHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!CertificationsCertified Scrum MasterScrum AllianceMarch 2013 – PresentiGATE Certified EstimatoriGATEApril 2013 – PresentPMP at Project Management Institute, License 1819519June 2015 – PresentHonors & AwardsIEVOLVE Champion AwardIGATE
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  • Product Launch ManagerContinentalMay 2016 – Present (2 months)Launch product from R&D phase to mass production.Work StudentContinentalMarch 2014 – March 2016 (2 years 1 month)Berlin Area, GermanyMechanical Engineering, motor drive system and thermal system engineeringMechanical EngineerContinentalJune 2011 – September 2013 (2 years 4 months)BU HEV, Mechanical EngineerProcessing EngineerPanasonic Appliance Compressor (Dalian) Co., Ltd.July 2007 – October 2009 (2 years 4 months)A Japanese company, make refrigerant compressors.SkillsMechanical EngineeringQuality ManagementStructural AnalysisCATIAThermal EngineeringAutomotivePowertrainHEVProject ManagementProcess EngineeringProject PlanningSolidWorksSix SigmaAutoCADLean ManufacturingSee 7+Lean ManagementLean ToolsProduct DevelopmentProduct ManagementDesign for ManufacturingMusicGuitar PlayingSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationTechnische Universität BerlinMaster of Science (M.Sc.), Global Production Engineering, 1.8Master of Science (M.Sc.), Global Production Engineering, 1.82013 – 2016Northeasten Forestry UniversityBachelor's degree, Mechanical EngineeringBachelor's degree, Mechanical Engineering2003 – 2007InterestsGuitar playingand other art activitiesRock MusicMoviesLanguagesEnglishGermanChineseProjectsLow cost electric vehicle inverter developmentOctober 2011 – October 2013Design a affordable on-car motor inverter for world wide customers. Team members: Yun JiaEuropean Union's "Integration and Management of Performance and Road Efficiency of Electric Vehicle Electronics"Starting March 2015Electric Vehicles (EV) are subject of many R&D projects aimed at improving their components and overall physical (structural) architecture. In addition, several research projects exist that seek to innovate the overall control system that 'orchestrates' the way all these components perform together in passenger EV.\n\nIMPROVE focuses on in-vehicle ICT innovations for commercial (fleet operated) vehicles, which are in some aspects different from private passenger vehicles: different use cases, different trade-offs between comfort, driving dynamics and cost efficiency, and more embedded in a fleet of several vehicles.\n\nWithin this focus, IMPROVE leverages a set of hardware and software innovations that in combination add a targeted 20% of range for the same battery capacity; increase the life of the battery, reduce the cost of key components and uses deeply integrated interconnections between subsystems inside the vehicle and between the vehicle (sub-)system and the outside world (cloud, grid, work, office). All these performance increases are achieved while maintaining safety and increasing comfort and wellbeing for the driver(s) of the vehicle.\n\nIMPROVE integrates an induction e-motor (without permanent magnet) with an inverter to decrease cost; it integrates model embedded predictive controlling into advanced algorithms to optimize energy efficiency and -recovery. It leverages data extracted from cloud, grid and (back)office applications of the driver for in-vehicle control optimisation. All these elements are prototyped and assembled to a drivable test vehicle which will be submitted to extensive tests.\n\nThe IMPROVE consortium combines the strengths of very large, large, mid-sized and small companies with the academic / technological excellence of established academia and research centres, enabling it to optimally apply the project results in future vehicles and services with substantial impact on Europe's Green Car objectives.Team members: Yun JiaPublicationsPatents at Patents published in ChinaJanuary 2009Please log on to http://epub.sipo.gov.cn/flzt.jsp and confirm the application numbers.201010260102.9201010264813.3201010556936.4201010294794.9201220623837.8201220623837.8201210477422.9201220624171.8201210477422.9201220624171.8201320203338.8201320159114.1201320159146.1201320237609.1Authors: Yun JiaVolunteer Experience & CausesCauses Yun cares about:Arts and CultureCivil Rights and Social ActionEducationEnvironmentHealthPoliticsScience and TechnologyCertificationsSix Sigma Green Belt
  • Work StudentContinentalMarch 2014 – March 2016 (2 years 1 month)Berlin Area, GermanyMechanical Engineering, motor drive system and thermal system engineeringMechanical EngineerContinentalJune 2011 – September 2013 (2 years 4 months)BU HEV, Mechanical EngineerProcessing EngineerPanasonic Appliance Compressor (Dalian) Co., Ltd.July 2007 – October 2009 (2 years 4 months)A Japanese company, make refrigerant compressors.SkillsMechanical EngineeringQuality ManagementStructural AnalysisCATIAThermal EngineeringAutomotivePowertrainHEVProject ManagementProcess EngineeringProject PlanningSolidWorksSix SigmaAutoCADLean ManufacturingSee 7+Lean ManagementLean ToolsProduct DevelopmentProduct ManagementDesign for ManufacturingMusicGuitar PlayingSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationTechnische Universität BerlinMaster of Science (M.Sc.), Global Production Engineering, 1.8Master of Science (M.Sc.), Global Production Engineering, 1.82013 – 2016Northeasten Forestry UniversityBachelor's degree, Mechanical EngineeringBachelor's degree, Mechanical Engineering2003 – 2007InterestsGuitar playingand other art activitiesRock MusicMoviesLanguagesEnglishGermanChineseProjectsLow cost electric vehicle inverter developmentOctober 2011 – October 2013Design a affordable on-car motor inverter for world wide customers. Team members: Yun JiaEuropean Union's "Integration and Management of Performance and Road Efficiency of Electric Vehicle Electronics"Starting March 2015Electric Vehicles (EV) are subject of many R&D projects aimed at improving their components and overall physical (structural) architecture. In addition, several research projects exist that seek to innovate the overall control system that 'orchestrates' the way all these components perform together in passenger EV.\n\nIMPROVE focuses on in-vehicle ICT innovations for commercial (fleet operated) vehicles, which are in some aspects different from private passenger vehicles: different use cases, different trade-offs between comfort, driving dynamics and cost efficiency, and more embedded in a fleet of several vehicles.\n\nWithin this focus, IMPROVE leverages a set of hardware and software innovations that in combination add a targeted 20% of range for the same battery capacity; increase the life of the battery, reduce the cost of key components and uses deeply integrated interconnections between subsystems inside the vehicle and between the vehicle (sub-)system and the outside world (cloud, grid, work, office). All these performance increases are achieved while maintaining safety and increasing comfort and wellbeing for the driver(s) of the vehicle.\n\nIMPROVE integrates an induction e-motor (without permanent magnet) with an inverter to decrease cost; it integrates model embedded predictive controlling into advanced algorithms to optimize energy efficiency and -recovery. It leverages data extracted from cloud, grid and (back)office applications of the driver for in-vehicle control optimisation. All these elements are prototyped and assembled to a drivable test vehicle which will be submitted to extensive tests.\n\nThe IMPROVE consortium combines the strengths of very large, large, mid-sized and small companies with the academic / technological excellence of established academia and research centres, enabling it to optimally apply the project results in future vehicles and services with substantial impact on Europe's Green Car objectives.Team members: Yun JiaPublicationsPatents at Patents published in ChinaJanuary 2009Please log on to http://epub.sipo.gov.cn/flzt.jsp and confirm the application numbers.201010260102.9201010264813.3201010556936.4201010294794.9201220623837.8201220623837.8201210477422.9201220624171.8201210477422.9201220624171.8201320203338.8201320159114.1201320159146.1201320237609.1Authors: Yun JiaVolunteer Experience & CausesCauses Yun cares about:Arts and CultureCivil Rights and Social ActionEducationEnvironmentHealthPoliticsScience and TechnologyCertificationsSix Sigma Green Belt
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  • Co-founder -Chief Strategy and Marketing OfficerTravelAlly Solutions LLPMay 2015 – Present (1 year 2 months)Coventry, United KingdomBeing passionate about technology innovation and its positive inter-phase with human life made me join and co-found Travelally along with alike thinkers. TravelAlly offers safe and reliable car pooling opportunities that are affordable and is easy to access via mobile platform. It comes with a complete service, made-to-measure for individuals and companies who would like to make a carpool service for home to work (H2O) and return journeys available for them or to their staff. At Travelally, I certainly enjoy creating, communicating, executing, and sustaining the company’s strategic plan aligned with the business and international goals for growth. Also to develop and execute the overall strategic initiatives as well as advise business leaders as a key partner for critical decision support.Importantly, facilitate growth, sales, and marketing strategies at an organization.Other duties include develop segmentation, competitive analysis/market intelligence, prospecting, lead generation, product and market development, pricing, promotions, communications and budgets, sales force effectiveness, strategic planning, services units and revenue retention and growth.Director- Business Change and AnalyticsExpansia Informatics Ltd.August 2012 – Present (3 years 11 months)Coventry, United KingdomDevelop and oversee an analytics program specifically aimed at identifying and implementing performance and process optimization opportunities for our client base of leading manufacturer, airlines, retail and government. It also involved integration of key systems and infrastructure items as well as identification of the critical analyses to perform. Also to develop and own analytic infrastructure that drives centralized, consistent information delivery for Expansia’s analytic product related to resource management and process transformation while supporting development of new analytics products, driving operational efficiency and creating business value. Key responsibilities are; Using modelling and analytically based techniques to solve business problems as part of a major business transformation, or specialised pieces of work such as resource analysis, spend analysis, spend recovery, statistical analysis, economic modelling, business case development, risk modelling, optimisation, simulation, systems dynamics and forecasting.  Developing and using modelling tools to support strategic decision making. Supporting client to design, build and implement analytics based solutions. Delivering analytical advisory services to clients. Developing both thought leadership points of view and new service offerings to differentiate us in the marketplace.  Strong background in client interviews, workshops, shadowing, document review, surveys and techniques. Supporting future system requirements gathering with business process mapping and re-engineeringAviations Project - Engineering Resource Management- Business Analysis and Reporting ChangeBritish AirwaysSeptember 2014 – February 2015 (6 months)London, United KingdomWorked with key stakeholders develop a Resource and Procurement Establishment for the whole of Engineering to satisfy the Load/ Capacity plans (direct and indirect) and comply with EASA 145 Part A.Developed an engineering organisation structure recurring update process and worked with SAP support team to integrate those changes into ; on boarding, transfers, contract hire, WTL reporting, etc.Mapped “as-is” business processes, created process maps for engineering longhaul and shorthaul qualification BI. Worked with resource and finance data to develop a resource and procurement Establishment for the whole of engineering to satisfy the Load/ Capacity plans (direct indirect) and comply EASA 145Part A.Improved process of vital metrics that show shortfalls in establishment, usage of qualification levels and SAP errors. Analyse trends and develop action plans with the business area to address any deficiencies.Commercial & Procurement Analysis - Spe. Computer Center, Scotland Govt, Dept. Of Work & PensionApsiz Services LtdNovember 2013 – August 2014 (10 months)Chester, United KingdomContracted on business & finance transformation project that is looking to retain and expand revenue and increase margin. Role involved strategic analysis and reporting of finance and procurement dept. looking at sales, vendor management, internal processes and special projects.Initiated and supported the preparation, mapping, development and maintenance of various market as well as business intelligence reports, governance and profitability models in addition to analysing results.Mapped “as-is” business processes, created process maps for sales operation and quotation process for SCC and procurement process maps for Scotland govt., also identified opportunities to streamline business processes and recommend “to be” process flowsOperational Process Modelling – Worked on about 12 different client business processes (6 at SCC,4 DoWP,2 Scotland Govt.) and guide the implementation or streamlining of business model alongwith defining business problems and outlining possible solutionsElicited requirements and scope using client interviews, workshops, shadowing, document review, surveys and collate them in BPMN format.Requirements Documentation – Formally documented new processes for end users. Initiated and supported the preparation, mapping, development of a Target Operating Model (SCC)Delivered training to users and other trainers on new and improved processes.Business Analysis, Data Insight & Process ImprovementBosch Automotive Solutions UKJune 2013 – November 2013 (6 months)Contracted for Jaguar Land Rover to support Global Diagnostics Task Force team to consult the business improving JLRs current Powertrains diagnostics data processes and its business outcomes.Delivered tactical vehicle feedback analysis projects, interfacing with data sources, commercial intelligence and integration with vehicle modules for warranty, marketing and product improvement research.Translated business requirements into systems best practice concepts for advanced implementation.Global CRM Data Management and Insight - Strategic SAP-CRM ProjectJaguar Land RoverMay 2012 – June 2013 (1 year 2 months)Contracted for Global Marketing Planning CRM team to consult the business maximizes the value it derives from the data within its Single View CRM system (SAP SV CRM). Documented the importance of managing the data quality aspect of a business transformation program.Translated business requirements into SAP best practice concepts for implementation in SAP CRM. Gathered and documented business requirements / functional design documentation for reporting solutionsPart of change management effort, enabling change such as training, stakeholder management, role transition, journey maps, communication or organisational design.Maintaining and updating organisational Logical Data Model (LDM) in lieu with CRM Functional Spec.Supplied Master data analysis, reporting with advanced level proficiency in Microsoft Excel Microsoft Access, macros, VBA, etc.)Part of various internal projects related to Data Modeling, System/Data Analysis, and Sales Analytics Management (SAM) for both OLTP and Data warehousing environments.Associate Consultantmetric globalDecember 2011 – April 2012 (5 months)London, United KingdomProviding CRM data strategies and consultation in the areas as, Land Rovers genuine parts operation and development with a concentration in full customer utilization, also, complete selection of resources.Conducting KPI, SQL Modeling, Data Envelopment Analytics, and preparing client presentationsPart of successful consulting team by imparting constituting goals, and hypothesizing outcomes.Project Consultant- iPLMJaguar Land RoverJune 2011 – November 2011 (6 months)Coventry, United KingdomEvaluated business needs for SAP impact and deployment for improved business reporting process and functionality for PD Ops & Global Supply Integration team.I was appointed to give strategic analysis and consulting for a i-PLM project in JLR partnership with an external consulting organisations. The role involved mapping highly sensitive stakeholder relationships; successful analysis of communicating strategies to all parties involved; and ensuring the programme was delivered within time. I also played a key role in giving strategic direction to collaborative technologies, aiding their successful re-launch of suppliers integration.Student of Masters in Information Systems and ManagementWarwick Business SchoolOctober 2010 – October 2011 (1 year 1 month)Business Strategy ConsultantRadio Plus 101.5 FM, CoventryJanuary 2011 – April 2011 (4 months)Coventry, United KingdomAnalysing and consulting company's business plan and formulating strategies to find new, sustainable revenue streams.Also Designed a commercial advertising and social media marketing strategySAP SD and Data ConsultantWeb Technologies Pvt.Ltd.January 2010 – October 2010 (10 months)Pune Area, IndiaManager-Sales Project & Franchisee OperationsITSource Technologies Ltd.October 2009 – August 2010 (11 months)Mumbai Area, IndiaRegional Business Manager responsible for existing branch and franchise operations as well as development of region.Manager-Business DevelopmentkarROX Technologies Ltd.,PuneSeptember 2008 – September 2009 (1 year 1 month)Responsible for companies Maharashtra and Goa regions business development and marketing activities. Team execution, brand strategy and account management were the key features of profile.Service Development ExecutiveIdea Cellular LtdJuly 2005 – July 2008 (3 years 1 month)Pune Area, IndiaVolunteer Experience & CausesVolunteerOxford Centre for Hindu StudiesJanuary 2012 – Present (4 years 6 months)Arts and CultureOpportunities Abhijeet is looking for:Joining a nonprofit boardSkills-based volunteering (pro bono consulting)Causes Abhijeet cares about:Animal WelfareArts and CultureChildrenCivil Rights and Social ActionEconomic EmpowermentEducationEnvironmentHealthHuman RightsDisaster and Humanitarian ReliefPoliticsPoverty AlleviationScience and TechnologySocial ServicesPublicationsSocial Media and Commercial Management at www.abhijeetsonawane.com
  • Aviations Project - Engineering Resource Management- Business Analysis and Reporting ChangeBritish AirwaysSeptember 2014 – February 2015 (6 months)London, United KingdomWorked with key stakeholders develop a Resource and Procurement Establishment for the whole of Engineering to satisfy the Load/ Capacity plans (direct and indirect) and comply with EASA 145 Part A.Developed an engineering organisation structure recurring update process and worked with SAP support team to integrate those changes into ; on boarding, transfers, contract hire, WTL reporting, etc.Mapped “as-is” business processes, created process maps for engineering longhaul and shorthaul qualification BI. Worked with resource and finance data to develop a resource and procurement Establishment for the whole of engineering to satisfy the Load/ Capacity plans (direct indirect) and comply EASA 145Part A.Improved process of vital metrics that show shortfalls in establishment, usage of qualification levels and SAP errors. Analyse trends and develop action plans with the business area to address any deficiencies.Commercial & Procurement Analysis - Spe. Computer Center, Scotland Govt, Dept. Of Work & PensionApsiz Services LtdNovember 2013 – August 2014 (10 months)Chester, United KingdomContracted on business & finance transformation project that is looking to retain and expand revenue and increase margin. Role involved strategic analysis and reporting of finance and procurement dept. looking at sales, vendor management, internal processes and special projects.Initiated and supported the preparation, mapping, development and maintenance of various market as well as business intelligence reports, governance and profitability models in addition to analysing results.Mapped “as-is” business processes, created process maps for sales operation and quotation process for SCC and procurement process maps for Scotland govt., also identified opportunities to streamline business processes and recommend “to be” process flowsOperational Process Modelling – Worked on about 12 different client business processes (6 at SCC,4 DoWP,2 Scotland Govt.) and guide the implementation or streamlining of business model alongwith defining business problems and outlining possible solutionsElicited requirements and scope using client interviews, workshops, shadowing, document review, surveys and collate them in BPMN format.Requirements Documentation – Formally documented new processes for end users. Initiated and supported the preparation, mapping, development of a Target Operating Model (SCC)Delivered training to users and other trainers on new and improved processes.Business Analysis, Data Insight & Process ImprovementBosch Automotive Solutions UKJune 2013 – November 2013 (6 months)Contracted for Jaguar Land Rover to support Global Diagnostics Task Force team to consult the business improving JLRs current Powertrains diagnostics data processes and its business outcomes.Delivered tactical vehicle feedback analysis projects, interfacing with data sources, commercial intelligence and integration with vehicle modules for warranty, marketing and product improvement research.Translated business requirements into systems best practice concepts for advanced implementation.Global CRM Data Management and Insight - Strategic SAP-CRM ProjectJaguar Land RoverMay 2012 – June 2013 (1 year 2 months)Contracted for Global Marketing Planning CRM team to consult the business maximizes the value it derives from the data within its Single View CRM system (SAP SV CRM). Documented the importance of managing the data quality aspect of a business transformation program.Translated business requirements into SAP best practice concepts for implementation in SAP CRM. Gathered and documented business requirements / functional design documentation for reporting solutionsPart of change management effort, enabling change such as training, stakeholder management, role transition, journey maps, communication or organisational design.Maintaining and updating organisational Logical Data Model (LDM) in lieu with CRM Functional Spec.Supplied Master data analysis, reporting with advanced level proficiency in Microsoft Excel Microsoft Access, macros, VBA, etc.)Part of various internal projects related to Data Modeling, System/Data Analysis, and Sales Analytics Management (SAM) for both OLTP and Data warehousing environments.Associate Consultantmetric globalDecember 2011 – April 2012 (5 months)London, United KingdomProviding CRM data strategies and consultation in the areas as, Land Rovers genuine parts operation and development with a concentration in full customer utilization, also, complete selection of resources.Conducting KPI, SQL Modeling, Data Envelopment Analytics, and preparing client presentationsPart of successful consulting team by imparting constituting goals, and hypothesizing outcomes.Project Consultant- iPLMJaguar Land RoverJune 2011 – November 2011 (6 months)Coventry, United KingdomEvaluated business needs for SAP impact and deployment for improved business reporting process and functionality for PD Ops & Global Supply Integration team.I was appointed to give strategic analysis and consulting for a i-PLM project in JLR partnership with an external consulting organisations. The role involved mapping highly sensitive stakeholder relationships; successful analysis of communicating strategies to all parties involved; and ensuring the programme was delivered within time. I also played a key role in giving strategic direction to collaborative technologies, aiding their successful re-launch of suppliers integration.Student of Masters in Information Systems and ManagementWarwick Business SchoolOctober 2010 – October 2011 (1 year 1 month)Business Strategy ConsultantRadio Plus 101.5 FM, CoventryJanuary 2011 – April 2011 (4 months)Coventry, United KingdomAnalysing and consulting company's business plan and formulating strategies to find new, sustainable revenue streams.Also Designed a commercial advertising and social media marketing strategySAP SD and Data ConsultantWeb Technologies Pvt.Ltd.January 2010 – October 2010 (10 months)Pune Area, IndiaManager-Sales Project & Franchisee OperationsITSource Technologies Ltd.October 2009 – August 2010 (11 months)Mumbai Area, IndiaRegional Business Manager responsible for existing branch and franchise operations as well as development of region.Manager-Business DevelopmentkarROX Technologies Ltd.,PuneSeptember 2008 – September 2009 (1 year 1 month)Responsible for companies Maharashtra and Goa regions business development and marketing activities. Team execution, brand strategy and account management were the key features of profile.Service Development ExecutiveIdea Cellular LtdJuly 2005 – July 2008 (3 years 1 month)Pune Area, IndiaVolunteer Experience & CausesVolunteerOxford Centre for Hindu StudiesJanuary 2012 – Present (4 years 6 months)Arts and CultureOpportunities Abhijeet is looking for:Joining a nonprofit boardSkills-based volunteering (pro bono consulting)Causes Abhijeet cares about:Animal WelfareArts and CultureChildrenCivil Rights and Social ActionEconomic EmpowermentEducationEnvironmentHealthHuman RightsDisaster and Humanitarian ReliefPoliticsPoverty AlleviationScience and TechnologySocial ServicesPublicationsSocial Media and Commercial Management at www.abhijeetsonawane.com
  • Principle Scientist -Commercialization LeadCascade Biosystems Inc.November 2014 – Present (1 year 8 months)Greater San Diego AreaDevelop, optimize, validate and transfer a novel isothermal nucleic acid detection assay, Restrictase Cascade, RCDevelop supporting protocols, SOPs for sample collection, preparation, storage and purification methods suitable for RC Design and execute custom assays, perform “show and tell “ session for clientsIdentify, manage, and coordinate business development and technology transfer activitiesInitiate collaborations and engage in finding new application areas/markets, clients utilizing the RC platformCloning, engineering, expression and purification of DNA modifying enzymes for RCEA assaysVisiting Research ScholarUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignMay 2011 – Present (5 years 2 months)Molecular characterization of a small molecule biofungicideVisiting ScholarUCSDAugust 2013 – January 2015 (1 year 6 months)Greater San Diego AreaScientific LiaisonCascade Biosystems Inc.June 2014 – October 2014 (5 months)Greater San Diego AreaLaboratory ManagerEnterpriseWorksMay 2011 – September 2012 (1 year 5 months)Urbana-Champaign, Illinois AreaPostdoctoral Research AssociateUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignJanuary 2006 – April 2011 (5 years 4 months)Post Doctoral Research AssociateUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignOctober 2004 – December 2006 (2 years 3 months)Assistant ProfessorSabanci UniversityJuly 2001 – September 2004 (3 years 3 months)Post Doctoral Research AssociateYale UniversityJuly 1999 – August 2001 (2 years 2 months)Research ScientistBRC of the Hungarian Academy of SciencesJanuary 1993 – January 1998 (5 years 1 month)Visiting Researcher- EMBO FellowJohn Innes Centre for Plant ScienceJanuary 1996 – January 1997 (1 year 1 month)Norwich, United KingdomTeaching/Research AssistantMETUJanuary 1989 – January 1992 (3 years 1 month)CertificationsEntrepreneurship and Life Sciences ManagementCollege of Business, License Certificate degreeOctober 2009 – May 2010Bio-Entrepreneur Development ProgramCenter for Emerging TechnologiesMay 2012 – PresentPatentsGlobal analysis of protein activities using proteome chips at United States 10477329
  • Visiting ScholarUCSDAugust 2013 – January 2015 (1 year 6 months)Greater San Diego AreaScientific LiaisonCascade Biosystems Inc.June 2014 – October 2014 (5 months)Greater San Diego AreaLaboratory ManagerEnterpriseWorksMay 2011 – September 2012 (1 year 5 months)Urbana-Champaign, Illinois AreaPostdoctoral Research AssociateUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignJanuary 2006 – April 2011 (5 years 4 months)Post Doctoral Research AssociateUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignOctober 2004 – December 2006 (2 years 3 months)Assistant ProfessorSabanci UniversityJuly 2001 – September 2004 (3 years 3 months)Post Doctoral Research AssociateYale UniversityJuly 1999 – August 2001 (2 years 2 months)Research ScientistBRC of the Hungarian Academy of SciencesJanuary 1993 – January 1998 (5 years 1 month)Visiting Researcher- EMBO FellowJohn Innes Centre for Plant ScienceJanuary 1996 – January 1997 (1 year 1 month)Norwich, United KingdomTeaching/Research AssistantMETUJanuary 1989 – January 1992 (3 years 1 month)CertificationsEntrepreneurship and Life Sciences ManagementCollege of Business, License Certificate degreeOctober 2009 – May 2010Bio-Entrepreneur Development ProgramCenter for Emerging TechnologiesMay 2012 – PresentPatentsGlobal analysis of protein activities using proteome chips at United States 10477329
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  • Technical ManagerIntercom EnterprisesJanuary 2014 – Present (2 years 6 months)EgyptResponsibilities: Collaborate with the sales business and marketing teams in identifying business needs and strategic directions. Manage the solutions` portfolio in support of the goals of the business. Act as a liaison between applications development team and the business community. Applies significant knowledge of industry trends and developments to improve service to clients. Work closely with business users to ensure development activities are in alignment with business objectives. Work as a consultant with the business in defining and prioritizing scope for the new projects and improving the utilization of the existing applications. Provide training sessions and courses in business solutions for management and business users. Work with technical sales teams to define the vision, priority, and scope for large and small projects. Develop and maintain project plans, schedules and scope of work for large and small projects and identify critical path activities and dependencies. Document project plans, and specifications and obtain “sign off” from the business for system initiatives. Provide timely status on all activities for team, including clear identification of all risk and issues affecting scope of work. Provides technical direction for the development, design, and systems integration for client engagement from definition phase through implementation. Lead projects through the full life cycle, from justification through implementation and training. Evaluate and implement new technologies, products, tools used in the application development environment and identify potential problems and design flaws. Review financial statements, evaluate competitors, and analyze business practices. Support time-sensitive monthly billing, financial closes and liability management activitiesTechnical LeaderIntercom EnterprisesDecember 2011 – January 2014 (2 years 2 months)Responsibilities: Provide recommendations, guidelines and best practices for current and future projects. Propose recommended improvements to business and Management teams that would improve the application or streamline the business processes. Manage the development lifecycle and is responsible for managing technical risks throughout the projects. Perform applications management; analysis and design including documentation and sign off of business requirements, product upgrade briefs, application roadmaps, product incident reports, project plans for upgrades of existing applications and business requested tools. Stay aware of business initiatives and address potential impacts to systems/operations Act as technical sales during sales cycle. Coordinate with sales team to define new market opportunities. Provide POCs (proof of concepts), demos, trade shows and other pre sales activities. Present demos for business sponsors and users. Prepare technical proposals and scope documents for information management solutions. Provide technical leadership and assist project managers to define development tasks, estimates and dependencies. Prepare test environments and define the required tools for projects (test servers, equipment,).Technical ConsultantIntercom EnterprisesAugust 2009 – December 2011 (2 years 5 months)Responsibilities: Provided leadership and technical guidance to developers and administrators. Supported the administration team in solving deployment problems, configuration errors, and other technical issues. Assisted project managers to define development tasks, estimates and dependencies. Involved in following-up projects’ status and supported the team in order to achieve commitments. Handled complex projects’ requirements, features and technical designs. Prepared researches and investigations for new technologies and transferred the knowledge to the team members. Interacted with the vendors’ support team to troubleshoot product issues. Interviewed candidates and made hiring recommendations. Provided recommendations and technical reviews for requirement specifications and change requests.Senior DeveloperIntercom EnterprisesAugust 2008 – August 2009 (1 year 1 month)EgyptResponsibilities: Designed and developed the messaging framework for communication between web based applications and OS400 core banking functions over XML and MQ-Series. Involved in integrating J2EE applications with crystal report server using Java APIs to generate reports from standalone web application. Designed and developed web based mobile application for mobile channel in BankNet product. Involved in integrating BankNet Product with security solutions for authentication and authorizations such as IBM access manager and directory server. Developed migration programs and patches for migrating clients’ sensitive data into BankNet product data source. Participated in coding and code review for Java, J2EE and C# projects. Involved in troubleshooting critical production issues.DeveloperIntercom EnterprisesAugust 2006 – August 2008 (2 years 1 month)EgyptResponsibilities: Participated in developing standalone applications for banking sector using JAVA and J2EE.  Involved in developing customizations and change requests for banking projects. Involved in products deployment and support at customer site. Designed and developed web based GUI for reporting applications with Java Server Pages, JavaScript, HTML and DHTML Designed and developed custom tags and JAVA libraries.SkillsJavaJavaScriptFileNetDB2Java Enterprise EditionWeblogicRequirements AnalysisBusiness IntelligenceSoftware Project ManagementPre-salesWeb ServicesMicrosoft SQL ServerIntegrationUMLSolution ArchitectureSee 35+Business AnalysisEnterprise SoftwarePMPJSP.NETOraclePL/SQLSoftware DevelopmentCrystal ReportsSOAUnixSystems AnalysisOOPDatabasesXMLStrutsHibernateEclipseITILDatabase DesignWebsphereJSFSQLTestingEJBTomcatServletsWeb ApplicationsDesign PatternsWebSphere Application ServerJDBCAgile MethodologiesJMSJavaSEAJAXSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationESLSCAMaster of Business Administration (MBA), Global ManagementMaster of Business Administration (MBA), Global Management2012 – 2014ProjectsEnterprise Content Management SolutionI have managed a team of consultants to deliver Enterprise Content Management solution which provide the enterprises with the capability of capturing, managing and sharing documents and other contents in order to add value to industry-specific outcomes. The ECM solution also manage and archiving incoming and outgoing documents within the organizations by providing services like documents management ,archiving , capturing, routing, approvals ,tracking and integrations with other systems.Team members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, Mohamed EssamBusiness Automation and Archiving SolutionWe have developed a solution to integrate Business Process Automation and Archiving Solution to improve the visibility and control of the business processes along with their related documentation for the major banks in Egypt, the project goal was to automate business process between the branches customer services and the back office credit department to facilitate trade finance, card center & loans processes. One of the main objectives was to perform the archiving process for 5 million documents and integrating with Xerox capturing solutions.Team members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, Mostafa Zidan, Mohamed EssameLearning PortalThe eLearning Portal is a complete educational solution that enables organizations to train staff and customers, in interactive and cost effective manner.The E-Learning solution has the following components:- Learning Management System (LMS)- Collaboration and Communication system(virtual classrooms)- Team Spaces and Personal libraries- Web Content management SystemTeam members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, sayed elshayebBankNetBankNet is a multi-lingual electronic channel banking solution that allow banks to serve their customers in a secure and efficient manner through the Internet, SMS, Mobile Phone, Telephone and Financial Kiosk. It serves the corporate and retail customers by enabling services like balance inquiry ,fund transfer ,financial position ,bills payment ,alerts and customer services requests ,etc..Team members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, Samar Ahmed, Hussein Abdel MoneimOnline Reporting Portalo Reporting Portal is a web-based application that allows business users to manage, view, print, refresh and filter business reports that are generated from SAP crystal report.o The application provides a quick way to manage, view and print business reports from unified interface depending on privileges of users and groups.Team members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, Mostafa Ali Hassan BasiounyCertificationsIBM FileNet Business Process Manager-DesignerIBMIBM FileNet Content Manager-DesignerIBMCertified Expert, Java EE Web Component Developer at Oracle
  • Technical LeaderIntercom EnterprisesDecember 2011 – January 2014 (2 years 2 months)Responsibilities: Provide recommendations, guidelines and best practices for current and future projects. Propose recommended improvements to business and Management teams that would improve the application or streamline the business processes. Manage the development lifecycle and is responsible for managing technical risks throughout the projects. Perform applications management; analysis and design including documentation and sign off of business requirements, product upgrade briefs, application roadmaps, product incident reports, project plans for upgrades of existing applications and business requested tools. Stay aware of business initiatives and address potential impacts to systems/operations Act as technical sales during sales cycle. Coordinate with sales team to define new market opportunities. Provide POCs (proof of concepts), demos, trade shows and other pre sales activities. Present demos for business sponsors and users. Prepare technical proposals and scope documents for information management solutions. Provide technical leadership and assist project managers to define development tasks, estimates and dependencies. Prepare test environments and define the required tools for projects (test servers, equipment,).Technical ConsultantIntercom EnterprisesAugust 2009 – December 2011 (2 years 5 months)Responsibilities: Provided leadership and technical guidance to developers and administrators. Supported the administration team in solving deployment problems, configuration errors, and other technical issues. Assisted project managers to define development tasks, estimates and dependencies. Involved in following-up projects’ status and supported the team in order to achieve commitments. Handled complex projects’ requirements, features and technical designs. Prepared researches and investigations for new technologies and transferred the knowledge to the team members. Interacted with the vendors’ support team to troubleshoot product issues. Interviewed candidates and made hiring recommendations. Provided recommendations and technical reviews for requirement specifications and change requests.Senior DeveloperIntercom EnterprisesAugust 2008 – August 2009 (1 year 1 month)EgyptResponsibilities: Designed and developed the messaging framework for communication between web based applications and OS400 core banking functions over XML and MQ-Series. Involved in integrating J2EE applications with crystal report server using Java APIs to generate reports from standalone web application. Designed and developed web based mobile application for mobile channel in BankNet product. Involved in integrating BankNet Product with security solutions for authentication and authorizations such as IBM access manager and directory server. Developed migration programs and patches for migrating clients’ sensitive data into BankNet product data source. Participated in coding and code review for Java, J2EE and C# projects. Involved in troubleshooting critical production issues.DeveloperIntercom EnterprisesAugust 2006 – August 2008 (2 years 1 month)EgyptResponsibilities: Participated in developing standalone applications for banking sector using JAVA and J2EE.  Involved in developing customizations and change requests for banking projects. Involved in products deployment and support at customer site. Designed and developed web based GUI for reporting applications with Java Server Pages, JavaScript, HTML and DHTML Designed and developed custom tags and JAVA libraries.SkillsJavaJavaScriptFileNetDB2Java Enterprise EditionWeblogicRequirements AnalysisBusiness IntelligenceSoftware Project ManagementPre-salesWeb ServicesMicrosoft SQL ServerIntegrationUMLSolution ArchitectureSee 35+Business AnalysisEnterprise SoftwarePMPJSP.NETOraclePL/SQLSoftware DevelopmentCrystal ReportsSOAUnixSystems AnalysisOOPDatabasesXMLStrutsHibernateEclipseITILDatabase DesignWebsphereJSFSQLTestingEJBTomcatServletsWeb ApplicationsDesign PatternsWebSphere Application ServerJDBCAgile MethodologiesJMSJavaSEAJAXSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationESLSCAMaster of Business Administration (MBA), Global ManagementMaster of Business Administration (MBA), Global Management2012 – 2014ProjectsEnterprise Content Management SolutionI have managed a team of consultants to deliver Enterprise Content Management solution which provide the enterprises with the capability of capturing, managing and sharing documents and other contents in order to add value to industry-specific outcomes. The ECM solution also manage and archiving incoming and outgoing documents within the organizations by providing services like documents management ,archiving , capturing, routing, approvals ,tracking and integrations with other systems.Team members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, Mohamed EssamBusiness Automation and Archiving SolutionWe have developed a solution to integrate Business Process Automation and Archiving Solution to improve the visibility and control of the business processes along with their related documentation for the major banks in Egypt, the project goal was to automate business process between the branches customer services and the back office credit department to facilitate trade finance, card center & loans processes. One of the main objectives was to perform the archiving process for 5 million documents and integrating with Xerox capturing solutions.Team members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, Mostafa Zidan, Mohamed EssameLearning PortalThe eLearning Portal is a complete educational solution that enables organizations to train staff and customers, in interactive and cost effective manner.The E-Learning solution has the following components:- Learning Management System (LMS)- Collaboration and Communication system(virtual classrooms)- Team Spaces and Personal libraries- Web Content management SystemTeam members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, sayed elshayebBankNetBankNet is a multi-lingual electronic channel banking solution that allow banks to serve their customers in a secure and efficient manner through the Internet, SMS, Mobile Phone, Telephone and Financial Kiosk. It serves the corporate and retail customers by enabling services like balance inquiry ,fund transfer ,financial position ,bills payment ,alerts and customer services requests ,etc..Team members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, Samar Ahmed, Hussein Abdel MoneimOnline Reporting Portalo Reporting Portal is a web-based application that allows business users to manage, view, print, refresh and filter business reports that are generated from SAP crystal report.o The application provides a quick way to manage, view and print business reports from unified interface depending on privileges of users and groups.Team members: Abdel Moneim Abdel Azeem , MBA, Mostafa Ali Hassan BasiounyCertificationsIBM FileNet Business Process Manager-DesignerIBMIBM FileNet Content Manager-DesignerIBMCertified Expert, Java EE Web Component Developer at Oracle
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  • Research AssistantUniversity of FloridaJanuary 2013 – Present (3 years 6 months)- Collaborate with industry to develop new methods for friction and wear testing of polymer coatings.- Analyze testing results using MATLAB, SPIP, etc. to calculate cycle-by-cycle wear rates, identify failure points, and determine correlations to other mechanical properties.- Present findings at annual conferences.- Assist lab-mates with experimental design, manufacturing, and testing related to additional ongoing projects.Teaching AssistantUniversity of FloridaMay 2009 – Present (7 years 2 months)- Assist instructor with the development of instructional materials for students.- Teach students safe and proper use of milling machines, lathes, drill presses, sheetmetal manufacturing equipment, and welding.- Mentor 16 students each semester with conceptual design iteration for improved function, cost, and manufacturability.- Assist graduate students and faculty with manufacturing mechanisms for laboratory experiments.Propulsion Components InternSpace Exploration TechnologiesAugust 2013 – December 2013 (5 months)- Conducted shock, vibration, and pressure testing on components as part of the Falcon 9 Flight 6 qualification process.- Designed and constructed pressure and leak test stands for development and qualification testing of valves and regulators.- Performed analyses of failed hardware, dis-positioned issue tickets, and worked with Responsible Engineers to develop solutions to recurring failure modes.- Re-designed component mounting to improve vibration dampening and reduce the effects of high magnitude modal forces.- Wrote MATLAB scripts to analyze testing and analysis results including fatigue life estimation and flow characteristics.Aerodynamics / Composites Team LeaderGator MotorsportsMay 2011 – August 2013 (2 years 4 months)- Led team of four to develop front and rear wings using a mixture of 2D and 3D CFD simulations.- Developed transient fuel slosh simulation in STAR-CCM+ to analyze effects of baffles on sloshing at low fuel levels.- Analyzed FSAE restrictor using STAR-CCM+ to determine optimum converging-diverging angles as well at ideal throttle body diameter to provide sufficient mass flow while maintaining manageable throttle response.- Manufactured variety of composite components and molds including vehicle body, close-out panels, seat-back, and intake manifold.- Coordinated instron testing of structural samples to determine material properties and bond strengths.Driver Controls Team LeaderGator MotorsportsMay 2009 – May 2012 (3 years 1 month)- Constructed an ergonomic test model to identify driver characteristics for the 2010, 2011, and 2012 Formula vehicles.- Designed adjustable pedal assembly and control interface emphasizing reliable, ergonomic operation for a range of drivers.- Developed and validated finite element models in ANSYS to analyze structural components for specific strength and stiffness.- Mentored younger team members on design process to ensure system knowledge transfer for future years.Reliability Engineering InternPCAJanuary 2011 – August 2011 (8 months)▫ Worked with project engineers, maintenance personnel, vendors, and managers to develop job scopes for preventative maintenance and equipment upgrades to limit future machine downtime.▫ Standardized and updated spare parts to improve maintenance efficiency and provide a well-organized inventory.▫ Drafted proposals, requisitions, and hired contractors to perform inspections, demolition, and equipment upgrades. ▫ Supervised contractors and hourly maintenance personnel during daily operation and scheduled maintenance outagesPublicationsLessons from the Lollipop: Biotribology, Tribocorrosion, and Irregular Surfaces at Tribology Letters / Springer USSeptember 2014Authors: Kyle Rowe, Kathryn L. Harris, Kyle D. Schulze, Samantha L. Marshall, Angela A. Pitenis, Juan M. Uruena, Sean Niemi, Alexander I. Bennett, Alison C. Dunn, Thomas E. Angelini, W. Gregory SawyerCoursesUniversity of FloridaFailure of Materials in Mechanical DesignFailure of Materials in Mechanical DesignRocket PropulsionRocket PropulsionExperimental Stress AnalysisExperimental Stress AnalysisExperimental Aerodynamics LabExperimental Aerodynamics LabData Measurement and AnalysisData Measurement and AnalysisApplied Elasticity and Advanced Mechanics of SolidsApplied Elasticity and Advanced Mechanics of SolidsFundamentals of Production EngineeringFundamentals of Production EngineeringSystem IdentificationSystem IdentificationNon-Traditional ManufacturingNon-Traditional ManufacturingVolunteer Experience & CausesPeer AdvisorUniversity of Florida College of Engineering
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  • Summer InternCaldwell Securities Ltd.May 2016 – Present (2 months)Director of Logistics, Eastern Canadian Leadership Conference 2016Canadian Association of Business StudentsSeptember 2015 – May 2016 (9 months)President of XLerate LaurierXLerate LaurierMarch 2015 – April 2016 (1 year 2 months)XLerate is the only Laurier SBE club created exclusively for first year business and economic students. Our main goal is to help students survive and thrive in their first year of university.Select Project Experience Includes:• Leading, guiding, and evaluating the work of other 7 executive leaders and 8 directors.• Managing all processes pertaining to financial forecasting, budgets and consolidation to ensure budgets are maintained and followed• Introduced 3 new club events; Advice for Freshmen, New Venture Idea Critiques and the Pepsi Co Pitch Critique• Successfully re-branded XLerate Laurier, creating a fresh, new outlook for the club! Cash Management SpecialistMoxie's Classic GrillMay 2015 – September 2015 (5 months)Role overseeing all banking transactions and cash handling procedures, including the protection, reporting and analysis of all financial banking.Key Responsibilities Include:• Responsible for the organization and supervision of all cash and debit transactions, ensuring any unusual items are investigated.• Directed cash management operations to include daily cash administration, management of current accounts and bank relations.• Deposited and prepared daily deposit records, banking receipts, and daily labour calculations.• Supervised all cash handling for all bar and service team members, as well as Home Office support and liaison for banking and deposits and financial reporting. • Timely reconciled cash application and disbursements.Academic Program DirectorSBE Students' SocietyMarch 2014 – June 2015 (1 year 4 months)Laurier's School of Business & Economics Students' Society (SBESS) is the central governing student body that oversees the functioning of Laurier SBE's student areas, and more. My role within SBESS stemmed from the management and organization of student oriented academic services, driving the success of the Executive Mentorship Program.• Optimized and managed Laurier’s Subsidy Program, which involved handling a budget of $15,000 and allocating it adequately to students in needWaitressMoxie's Classic GrillJune 2013 – June 2015 (2 years 1 month)VP of Case ConferenceXLerate LaurierMarch 2014 – May 2015 (1 year 3 months)Key Responsibilities Include: • Planning and executing all aspects of XLerate's Case Conference for 70 first year students• Acting as the primary point of contract for all sponsors, maintaining strong relationships with international vendors, and planning/executing all the logistics.• Managed a budget of $4,000 and increased the attendance by 26% Honors & AwardsWilfrid Laurier University Students' Union AwardWilfrid Laurier UniversityMarch 2016Endowed award established by the Wilfrid Laurier University Students' Union to honour those students who make a difference to student life through their on-campus involvement, and actively seek to improve the welfare of the student body.Ross and Doris Dixon Special Needs Volunteer AwardWilfrid Laurier UniversityMarch 2016Eendowed award established by Ross and Doris Dixon to recognize the important role that volunteers play in creating a positive environment for students with special needs at the Accessible Learning Centre at Laurier. The Pauline Spencer Laurier Community-Builder AwardWilfrid Laurier UniversityMarch 2015Recipient of the Pauline Spencer Award, which recognizes a senior student in any year of study who is actively working towards the betterment of the Laurier Community. I received this award in my second year of study.Semi Finalist at Laurier's BDO New Venture CompetitionBDO CanadaApril 2014• Analyzed annual financial reports of public corporations within the mobile application industry to perform comparative analysis based on financial performance, forecasting and market share• Placed top 42 of 245 competing teams whilst receiving a grade of 96% on the 24 page final report • Provided evidence on the business’ feasibility to market using cost/benefit, SWOT, and Porter’s five forces analysis and presented it to a panel of nine judges in the financial and technology industryWinner of The Entrepreneurship ContestOntario Business Educators AssociationJune 2012Volunteer Experience & CausesMentorSchool of Business and Economics Students' SocietySeptember 2015 – Present (10 months)EducationMentored 800 incoming first year business and economic students at the School of Business and Economics Student Society's Orientation Day.CIBC's Run for the CureCIBCSeptember 2015 – Present (10 months)HealthThis will be my second year participating in the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure. The money raised will help fund vital research, education and community support initiatives. Note TakerLaurier Accessible LearningJanuary 2014 – Present (2 years 6 months)Provided a note taking service for students with registered disabilities AmbassadorVoleoOctober 2015 – Present (9 months)Voleo TSX Equity Trading Competition Campus Ambassador for Laurier ProjectsBDO Dunwoody's New Venture CompetitionStarting September 2013• Analyzed annual financial reports of public corporations within the mobile application industry to perform comparative analysis based on financial performance, forecasting and market share• Placed top 42 of 245 competing teams whilst receiving a grade of 96% on the 24 page final report • Provided evidence on the business’ feasibility to market using cost/benefit, SWOT, and Porter’s five forces analysis and presented it to a panel of nine judges in the financial and technology industryTeam members: Jacqueline Relke, Brian Leonard, Julia Revell, John Stamper, Daniel LeeCertificationsMicrosoft Excel 1 at PRISMRESOURCESSeptember 2014 – PresentEducationLazaridis School of Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier UniversityBachelor of Business Administration (BBA), FinanceBachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Finance
  • Director of Logistics, Eastern Canadian Leadership Conference 2016Canadian Association of Business StudentsSeptember 2015 – May 2016 (9 months)President of XLerate LaurierXLerate LaurierMarch 2015 – April 2016 (1 year 2 months)XLerate is the only Laurier SBE club created exclusively for first year business and economic students. Our main goal is to help students survive and thrive in their first year of university.Select Project Experience Includes:• Leading, guiding, and evaluating the work of other 7 executive leaders and 8 directors.• Managing all processes pertaining to financial forecasting, budgets and consolidation to ensure budgets are maintained and followed• Introduced 3 new club events; Advice for Freshmen, New Venture Idea Critiques and the Pepsi Co Pitch Critique• Successfully re-branded XLerate Laurier, creating a fresh, new outlook for the club! Cash Management SpecialistMoxie's Classic GrillMay 2015 – September 2015 (5 months)Role overseeing all banking transactions and cash handling procedures, including the protection, reporting and analysis of all financial banking.Key Responsibilities Include:• Responsible for the organization and supervision of all cash and debit transactions, ensuring any unusual items are investigated.• Directed cash management operations to include daily cash administration, management of current accounts and bank relations.• Deposited and prepared daily deposit records, banking receipts, and daily labour calculations.• Supervised all cash handling for all bar and service team members, as well as Home Office support and liaison for banking and deposits and financial reporting. • Timely reconciled cash application and disbursements.Academic Program DirectorSBE Students' SocietyMarch 2014 – June 2015 (1 year 4 months)Laurier's School of Business & Economics Students' Society (SBESS) is the central governing student body that oversees the functioning of Laurier SBE's student areas, and more. My role within SBESS stemmed from the management and organization of student oriented academic services, driving the success of the Executive Mentorship Program.• Optimized and managed Laurier’s Subsidy Program, which involved handling a budget of $15,000 and allocating it adequately to students in needWaitressMoxie's Classic GrillJune 2013 – June 2015 (2 years 1 month)VP of Case ConferenceXLerate LaurierMarch 2014 – May 2015 (1 year 3 months)Key Responsibilities Include: • Planning and executing all aspects of XLerate's Case Conference for 70 first year students• Acting as the primary point of contract for all sponsors, maintaining strong relationships with international vendors, and planning/executing all the logistics.• Managed a budget of $4,000 and increased the attendance by 26% Honors & AwardsWilfrid Laurier University Students' Union AwardWilfrid Laurier UniversityMarch 2016Endowed award established by the Wilfrid Laurier University Students' Union to honour those students who make a difference to student life through their on-campus involvement, and actively seek to improve the welfare of the student body.Ross and Doris Dixon Special Needs Volunteer AwardWilfrid Laurier UniversityMarch 2016Eendowed award established by Ross and Doris Dixon to recognize the important role that volunteers play in creating a positive environment for students with special needs at the Accessible Learning Centre at Laurier. The Pauline Spencer Laurier Community-Builder AwardWilfrid Laurier UniversityMarch 2015Recipient of the Pauline Spencer Award, which recognizes a senior student in any year of study who is actively working towards the betterment of the Laurier Community. I received this award in my second year of study.Semi Finalist at Laurier's BDO New Venture CompetitionBDO CanadaApril 2014• Analyzed annual financial reports of public corporations within the mobile application industry to perform comparative analysis based on financial performance, forecasting and market share• Placed top 42 of 245 competing teams whilst receiving a grade of 96% on the 24 page final report • Provided evidence on the business’ feasibility to market using cost/benefit, SWOT, and Porter’s five forces analysis and presented it to a panel of nine judges in the financial and technology industryWinner of The Entrepreneurship ContestOntario Business Educators AssociationJune 2012Volunteer Experience & CausesMentorSchool of Business and Economics Students' SocietySeptember 2015 – Present (10 months)EducationMentored 800 incoming first year business and economic students at the School of Business and Economics Student Society's Orientation Day.CIBC's Run for the CureCIBCSeptember 2015 – Present (10 months)HealthThis will be my second year participating in the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure. The money raised will help fund vital research, education and community support initiatives. Note TakerLaurier Accessible LearningJanuary 2014 – Present (2 years 6 months)Provided a note taking service for students with registered disabilities AmbassadorVoleoOctober 2015 – Present (9 months)Voleo TSX Equity Trading Competition Campus Ambassador for Laurier ProjectsBDO Dunwoody's New Venture CompetitionStarting September 2013• Analyzed annual financial reports of public corporations within the mobile application industry to perform comparative analysis based on financial performance, forecasting and market share• Placed top 42 of 245 competing teams whilst receiving a grade of 96% on the 24 page final report • Provided evidence on the business’ feasibility to market using cost/benefit, SWOT, and Porter’s five forces analysis and presented it to a panel of nine judges in the financial and technology industryTeam members: Jacqueline Relke, Brian Leonard, Julia Revell, John Stamper, Daniel LeeCertificationsMicrosoft Excel 1 at PRISMRESOURCESSeptember 2014 – PresentEducationLazaridis School of Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier UniversityBachelor of Business Administration (BBA), FinanceBachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Finance
  • Designer and consultantJames River Kitchens IncOctober 2015 – Present (9 months)A great kitchen brings harmony to the chaos of daily life, from accents that add warmth and enchantment, to space saving solutions that meld organization and style. An amazing kitchen lies in the details.When designing kitchens, our team take into consideration your lifestyle, children, pets, how much, and the type of entertainment you do, etc. This way James River Kitchens can ensure you will be guaranteed that the kitchen of your dreams is not only beautiful but functional as well.“At James River, we strongly believe in personalized service and strive to constantly go above and beyond your expectations.”ManagerEddie BauerOctober 2014 – September 2015 (1 year)Rapidly became one of the number one sales leaders in our company and region exceeding expectations for individual sales results by role model, coach selling and clienteling in all interactions with my team and customers. Helped develop a high performing team that loves to sell and is committed to engaging with our customers, delivering excellent customer service and quality brand presentation. Oversee all saw aspects of visual merchandising in the store and train and developed others to assist in visual maintenance of store, such as replenishment of product to sales floor.OwnerBlackberry Glen Bed & BreakfastOctober 2008 – 2014 (6 years)Owner, Innkeeper and creator of Blackberry Glen Bed & Breakfast.My association as, initially, the creator, interior designer and manager of this 5 room Inn has broaden my scope of customer service and interpersonal skills. Finding innovative and creative solutions to guest requirements and requests, within the established boundaries of the business parameters and goals, has increased my ability to find constructive resolution to challenges.Underwriter IIIMortgage IT A subsidiary of Deutsche Bank2006 – 2008 (2 years)• Comprehensive evaluation of complex mortgage applications. Assess variables and determine conditions for loan approvals or denials.• Provide support for loan representatives to troubleshoot problems and offer clarification on complex issues• Signing authority up to 650k on all products utilizing both AUS assisted and manual writing loans.• In-depth knowledge of FNMA/FHLMC guidelines and state and federal lending regulations.• Assist branch staff with issues relating to mortgage credit guidelines.Underwriter/Underwriter Post Closing & Auditing / Disbursement CoordinatorCountrywide Financial Corporation2001 – 2006 (5 years)Underwriter 1 – Branch 909• Assist branch staff with issues relating to mortgage credit guidelines.• In-depth understanding of Countrywide Home Loans procedures and underwriting systems and dependencies. Strong interpersonal and verbal, written communication skills.• Examine loan documentation to ensure accuracy and by reviewing applications, LTV’s, credit reports and appraisals. Underwriter – Post Closing & Auditing- Treasury Bank 2003 – 2004• Exceed required underwriting loan submissions by 20%.• Review loans to ensure they meet required compliance guidelines and secondary market standards.• Assess risks associated with various loan scenarios and perform evaluations in accordance with bank guidelines, state and federal law.Disbursement Coordinator - Wholesale Lending Division 2001 – 2003• Provide outstanding customer service for over 11 Wholesale branches in Western Region utilizing excellent written and oral communication skills.• Assist branches with funding / disbursement related issues and manage / approve branch and corporate closing agent database.• Facilitate wire transfer requests through verification, investigation using creative problem solving techniques to streamline production and prevent fraud.Audi Brand SpecialistKEYES AUDI / AUDI OF AMERICA AG2000 – 2001 (1 year)• Demonstrated superior loan and leasing consultation through excellent product knowledge and proven track record of outstanding customer relations.Facilities & Operations Courier / CoordinatorMUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART1995 – 2000 (5 years)• Provided an unsurpassed commitment to service with museum staff and affiliates through utility position, which encompassed a wide range of interdepartmental responsibilities; including all courier, deliveries and pickups.Sales Associate & Warehouse Supervisor AssistantCOTTURA CERAMIC ART IMPORTS1993 – 1995 (2 years)• Exceeded expectations in store procedure, customer service and warehouse organization including shipping and receiving and the creation of a catalog showroom.Artist Assistant & Studio CoordinatorED RUSCHA / ELECTRIC AVENUE PRODUCTIONS1991 – 1995 (4 years)• Maintained and supervised 5,000 square foot studios in Venice and Hollywood CA.• Worked one on one with artist Ed Ruscha and Paul Ruscha in areas of design, preproduction and Production of installations for exhibitions.Volunteer Experience & CausesSpecial eventsAmerican CinemathequePresentSocial ServicesOrganizations JASON supports:Greater Victoria Chamber of CommerceLanguagesGermanCoursesMortgage IT A subsidiary of Deutsche BankCalifornia Real Estate AppraisalCalifornia Real Estate AppraisalSkillsKitchen & Bath DesignInterior DesignMarketingCustomer ServiceSocial Media MarketingEvent ManagementHospitalitySocial NetworkingPublic RelationsSocial MediaMarketing StrategyManagementTourismArchitectureOnline MarketingSee 9+Online AdvertisingPhotographyLeadershipEvent PlanningEmail MarketingPublic SpeakingSalesStrategic PlanningCreative DirectionSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationPacific Design AcademyCertificate, Interior Design, 20 20 Design.Certificate, Interior Design, 20 20 Design.2014 – 2014Interior Design / 2020 Design Kitchen & BathCalifornia State University-NorthridgeProfessional Designation, Real Estate AppraisalProfessional Designation, Real Estate Appraisal2004 – 2005CertificationsInterior Design at
  • ManagerEddie BauerOctober 2014 – September 2015 (1 year)Rapidly became one of the number one sales leaders in our company and region exceeding expectations for individual sales results by role model, coach selling and clienteling in all interactions with my team and customers. Helped develop a high performing team that loves to sell and is committed to engaging with our customers, delivering excellent customer service and quality brand presentation. Oversee all saw aspects of visual merchandising in the store and train and developed others to assist in visual maintenance of store, such as replenishment of product to sales floor.OwnerBlackberry Glen Bed & BreakfastOctober 2008 – 2014 (6 years)Owner, Innkeeper and creator of Blackberry Glen Bed & Breakfast.My association as, initially, the creator, interior designer and manager of this 5 room Inn has broaden my scope of customer service and interpersonal skills. Finding innovative and creative solutions to guest requirements and requests, within the established boundaries of the business parameters and goals, has increased my ability to find constructive resolution to challenges.Underwriter IIIMortgage IT A subsidiary of Deutsche Bank2006 – 2008 (2 years)• Comprehensive evaluation of complex mortgage applications. Assess variables and determine conditions for loan approvals or denials.• Provide support for loan representatives to troubleshoot problems and offer clarification on complex issues• Signing authority up to 650k on all products utilizing both AUS assisted and manual writing loans.• In-depth knowledge of FNMA/FHLMC guidelines and state and federal lending regulations.• Assist branch staff with issues relating to mortgage credit guidelines.Underwriter/Underwriter Post Closing & Auditing / Disbursement CoordinatorCountrywide Financial Corporation2001 – 2006 (5 years)Underwriter 1 – Branch 909• Assist branch staff with issues relating to mortgage credit guidelines.• In-depth understanding of Countrywide Home Loans procedures and underwriting systems and dependencies. Strong interpersonal and verbal, written communication skills.• Examine loan documentation to ensure accuracy and by reviewing applications, LTV’s, credit reports and appraisals. Underwriter – Post Closing & Auditing- Treasury Bank 2003 – 2004• Exceed required underwriting loan submissions by 20%.• Review loans to ensure they meet required compliance guidelines and secondary market standards.• Assess risks associated with various loan scenarios and perform evaluations in accordance with bank guidelines, state and federal law.Disbursement Coordinator - Wholesale Lending Division 2001 – 2003• Provide outstanding customer service for over 11 Wholesale branches in Western Region utilizing excellent written and oral communication skills.• Assist branches with funding / disbursement related issues and manage / approve branch and corporate closing agent database.• Facilitate wire transfer requests through verification, investigation using creative problem solving techniques to streamline production and prevent fraud.Audi Brand SpecialistKEYES AUDI / AUDI OF AMERICA AG2000 – 2001 (1 year)• Demonstrated superior loan and leasing consultation through excellent product knowledge and proven track record of outstanding customer relations.Facilities & Operations Courier / CoordinatorMUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART1995 – 2000 (5 years)• Provided an unsurpassed commitment to service with museum staff and affiliates through utility position, which encompassed a wide range of interdepartmental responsibilities; including all courier, deliveries and pickups.Sales Associate & Warehouse Supervisor AssistantCOTTURA CERAMIC ART IMPORTS1993 – 1995 (2 years)• Exceeded expectations in store procedure, customer service and warehouse organization including shipping and receiving and the creation of a catalog showroom.Artist Assistant & Studio CoordinatorED RUSCHA / ELECTRIC AVENUE PRODUCTIONS1991 – 1995 (4 years)• Maintained and supervised 5,000 square foot studios in Venice and Hollywood CA.• Worked one on one with artist Ed Ruscha and Paul Ruscha in areas of design, preproduction and Production of installations for exhibitions.Volunteer Experience & CausesSpecial eventsAmerican CinemathequePresentSocial ServicesOrganizations JASON supports:Greater Victoria Chamber of CommerceLanguagesGermanCoursesMortgage IT A subsidiary of Deutsche BankCalifornia Real Estate AppraisalCalifornia Real Estate AppraisalSkillsKitchen & Bath DesignInterior DesignMarketingCustomer ServiceSocial Media MarketingEvent ManagementHospitalitySocial NetworkingPublic RelationsSocial MediaMarketing StrategyManagementTourismArchitectureOnline MarketingSee 9+Online AdvertisingPhotographyLeadershipEvent PlanningEmail MarketingPublic SpeakingSalesStrategic PlanningCreative DirectionSee lessHow's this translation?Great•Has errorsThanks for your help!EducationPacific Design AcademyCertificate, Interior Design, 20 20 Design.Certificate, Interior Design, 20 20 Design.2014 – 2014Interior Design / 2020 Design Kitchen & BathCalifornia State University-NorthridgeProfessional Designation, Real Estate AppraisalProfessional Designation, Real Estate Appraisal2004 – 2005CertificationsInterior Design at
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