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Accountant - EX

CHRISTOPHER A. SARAHAN II
22414 Tess Drive
LeesburgVA  20175-6484
555.327.1991
CHRISCPA@gmail.com
Citizenship: United States
Veteran’s Preference: None.
Highest Federal Grade Held: 14.
Current Federal Position Type Held: Permanent.
Types of Federal Positions Held: Career Conditional and Permanent.
SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE
A top-performing Certified Finance Professional (CPA and CGFM) credited with over 20 years of federal financial management experience. Outstanding specialist distinguished for accounting policy development; fixed asset reporting; cost accounting; financial statement compilation; general ledger analysis; and various other aspects of the industry. Highly accomplished in multiple financial systems and the ability to build and maintain relationships.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2007 – CURRENTDEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
GSA Regional Office Bldg
7&D Streets, SW – Rm 4726, Washington, DC 2040740 Hrs per Week
Supervisor: Melissa Crane, 202-447-5275Salary: $107,836 / $122,744 per annum
May be contacted (Yes)

FINANCIAL OPERATIONS DIRECTORATE (OCTOBER 2008 – PRESENT)
The Team Lead of Financial Reporting & Systems charged with financial submissions, reporting activities, and expert analysis in various financial fields. Numerous responsibilities display accomplished skill and talent in the finance industry. Demonstrated strong leadership skills while acting in place of the Associate Director. Evidence of strong knowledge of the finance field is visible in the role of Financial Reporting, General Ledger Oversight, and Internal Control. Skills as an outstanding professional are manifest in the understanding of Financial Systems and a wide range of additional professional services.

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (JULY 2007 – OCTOBER 2008)
Staff Accountant recruited to assist with Financial Operations; the USVISIT Software Capitalization Project; Policy Issuances and Representation; and various other financial responsibilities. Displayed initiative and strong financial knowledge by identifying abnormal balance issues and developing interim procedures for maintenance. Developed and implemented valuable strategies, procedures, and processes to improve department services.
2000 – July 2007INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE JANUARY
820 First Street
NE – Ste 710, Washington, DC 2000240 Hrs per Week
Supervisor: Charles A. Messing, 202-435-5538Salary: $82,271/ $95,279 per annum
May be contacted (Yes)

OFFICE OF REVENUE SYSTEMS (May 2003 – July 2007)
Essential Systems Accountant tasked with SAP Financial System Implementation; OMB Circular A-123 Implementation; Expert Accounting Assistance; Business Resumption/Continuity Planning; Interim Revenue Accounting Control System (IRACS); and other crucial accounting responsibilities. Showed financial knowledge and leadership abilities by building a consensus on policy and procedural changes that led to a performance award and the IRS becoming the first agency to obtain an unqualified opinion with SAP in its first year of operation. Benefitted the department by improving the cost allocation of workmen’s compensation costs.

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL REPORTS/COST ACCOUNTING & ANALYSIS (JANUARY 2000 – MAY 2003)
Cost Accountant recruited to be responsible for the Statement of Net Cost Preparation; OMB A-76 Compliance; Integrated Financial System (IFS) Implementation; and additional accounting responsibilities.
February 1997 – January 2000DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
600 Army-Navy Dr E-7149
Arlington, VA 22202-421040 Hrs per Week
Supervisor: Patricia Halseth, 202-307-7039Salary: $54,695 / $64,969 per annum
May be contacted (Yes)

OFFICE OF FINANCE
Staff Accountant and Team/Project Leader responsible for Audit Recommendation Follow Up; Fixed Asset Monitoring & Financial Reporting; Federal Financial System Property Module (FFSPM) Implementation; and other essential financial duties. Displayed financial knowledge and experience by authoring the capitalization policy memo to change capitalization thresholds for all classes of fixed assets. This led to being in alignment with departmental standards.
APRIL 1992 – February 1997INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
820 First Street, N.E. –
Main Lobby Suite 100, Washington, DC 2000240 Hrs per Week
Supervisor: Lee Gross, 202-622-8963Salary: $35,045 / $45,941 per annum
May be contacted (Yes)

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL REPORTS (September 1994 – February 1997)
Essential Operating Accountant tasked with Financial Statement Preparation and other vital accounting duties. Displayed leadership abilities as the supervisor of detailees and substitute Team Leader. Benefitted the department by improving data accuracy and cutting processing time by 50 percent. This improvement saved the IRS 32 hours annually. Displayed initiative and financial knowledge by performing extensive data analysis during several compilations that resulted in a $605 million adjustment in the working trial balance for FY93, and a $26 million reduction in prepaid assets in FY95.

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL REPORTS (APRIL 1992 – AUGUST 1994)
Liaison Accountant recruited to be responsible for serving as part of the Chief Financial Officers (CFO) Act Liaison Team in the Office of Financial Reports. Excellent leadership skills and financial knowledge were evident while tasked with Audit Coordination; Report Coordination and Writing; Financial Statement Reporting; and other essential financial duties.
ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
BUREAU OF PUBLIC OFFICE OF DEBT: FINANCIAL REPORTS
Accountant, January 1992 – April 1992

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND AT COLLEGE PARK: DEPARTMENT OF CAMPUS PARKING
Service Specialist/Other, September 1989 – January 1994

H&R BLOCK: RIVERDALE PLAZA OFFICE
Tax Preparer, December 1991 – April 1992
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Other Family Members Working for the U.S. Government:
Christina M. Sarahan, Spouse: Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Denise M. Scanlon, First Cousin: Internal Revenue Service
Richard Williams, First Cousin: U.S. Parole Commission
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS
Master of Arts in Administration, Bowie State University, Bowie, MD, June 1992
B.S. Accounting/B.S. Transportation, University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, MD, August 1987
Diploma, DeMatha Catholic High School, Hyattsville, MD, May 1983
UMCP Degrees, 18 credits in Economics and 18 credits in Criminal Justice.

Active Certified Public Accountant (CPA) since 1988.
Active Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) since the mid 1990’s.
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES & AWARDS
Performance Award – DHS, IRS; Special Act Award – DHS, IRS; On-The-Spot Award - DHS
CFO Peer Award “Most Likely To Come Through in a Pinch” – DHS
CFO Superior Mission Achievement Award – DHS
CFO Award for Excellence In Financial Management, Honorable Mention – DHS
CFO Award “IFS You-Da” Award”– IRS & Computer Sciences Corporation
Certificate of Recognition – IRS
 

Advertising and Promotions Man

Marc Knight
15 Anchor Avenue •  BeachwoodNJ 08722
 • (555) 606-2521
 • marc@gmail.com
Senior Marketing and Design Professional
Dynamic, versatile, and entrepreneurial senior marketing and design professional with 19+ years of progressively responsible expertise in biopharmaceutical and medical device marketing, advertising, and creative strategy. Motivated team player, strong manager, and effective collaborator, with demonstrated ability to bring projects from conception to reality while accurately reflecting the organizational brand and business objectives. Hands-on, goal-driven, and deadline-oriented leader, with proven skills in project management, team training and development, organization, communication, and client relations.
Areas of Expertise
Strategic Brand Planning | Account Management and Client Relationship Development | Graphic Design | Conceptual and Creative Strategist | Budget Strategy | Branding | Creative Versatility | Art Direction | Resource Management | Digital and Social Media | Product Positioning | Talent Management | Agency and Vendor Negotiations | Tradeshow Strategy and Coordination | Print Production | Sales and Marketing Promotion | Interactive Media and Web Design | Hands-On Ability to Execute
Professional Experience
2012- PresentSELF-EMPLOYED  Beachwood, NJ
Independent Graphic Design and Marketing Consultant
  • Provide cutting-edge conceptual creative strategy and strong project management, graphic design, and business-to-business marketing communication support to a wide variety of clients.
  • Act as consultant to assist creative and account teams with layout creation and artwork for digital and print materials, including books, brochures, printed collateral, and presentation materials.
  • Create high-resolution vector artwork, including logos as icons, and overall creative solutions.
Key Accomplishments:
  • Work with internal marketing clients of Guardian Life Insurance Company (New York, NY) to create and implement effective multichannel tactical print, digital concepts, and creative strategies—from concept through execution—that align with the brand strategy and support the essential mix elements within the assigned budget.
  • Partner with Gangi Graphics, Inc., (Brick, NJ) to develop and produce designs that meet marketing client identities and objectives, with strategies that include illustrated books, posters, and other projects from production through pre-press.
2012HYBRID HEALTHCARE COMMUNICATION,   Red Bank, NJ
Management Supervisor, Marketing
  • Developed strategic brand plans, brand positioning, media plans, and messaging for client products in psychiatry, point of care, intravenous immune globulin, and hospital-based products.
  • Provided multichannel strategies and tactics through print, digital, and relationship marketing.
Key Accomplishments:
  • Managed and developed marketing activities for client key opinion leaders’ scientific advisory meetings, scientific poster presentations, and annual congress meetings.
2011-2012THE HEALTHED GROUP  Clark, NJ
Management Supervisor, Patient Marketing
  • Led, mentored, and developed account management and creative marketing staff.
  • Developed multichannel strategic patient brand plans for oncology (BMS) and organ transplant (Novartis) clients, including print, digital and relationship marketing.
Key Accomplishments:
  • Served as agency representative for client meetings and as agency expert on client brands, strategies, and tactical execution.
2008-2011OMICOM GROUP, INC. (DDB AGENCY NETWORK) 
Global Account. Dir., TRIBAL DDB, Johnson & Johnson –Omicom Constellation Group
  • First hired as Senior Account Supervisor and moved to Global Account Director.
  • Worked with product marketing, regulatory and medical affairs, sales training, reimbursement, pricing, market research, and field management to create and implement marketing strategies, programs, and print and digital sales tools that effectively produced results.
  • Crafted multichannel communication strategies and tactics designed to engage target audiences.
  • Used analytics, market research, and brand history to provide insight-driven perspective on marketing strategy and tactical campaign.
Key Accomplishments:
  • Developed and managed communication strategies for Ethicon and the individual DePuy franchises.
  • Executed umbrella branding and sub branding for Ethicon and individual DePuy franchises.
  • Interacted with senior-level clients, reinforcing agency’s knowledge and expertise in categories.
  • In 6-month period, earned an additional $1.2 million of out-of-scope dollars from Centocor, Inc.
2006-2008 CYTOGEN CORPORATION  Princeton, NJ
Product Director, Marketing – Oncology, Molecular Imaging, Radiopharmaceuticals
  • Implemented effective print and digital tactical programs that aligned with brand strategies.
  • Grew, managed, and developed partnerships with external stakeholders.
  • Initiated strategic convention plan to focus on booth interactivity, strong message delivery, and quality lead generation across product portfolios.
  • Participated in interdisciplinary teams charged with reimbursement, pricing, production, market research, market analysis, sales training, and innovation.
Key Accomplishments:
  • Developed and executed brand plans, strategies, positioning, and brand messaging for Quadramet and ProstaScint products.
  • Increased both products revenue by 10+% by shifting marketing efforts to referrer relationship.
  • Championed brand unifications across multiple market segments.
2000-2006 BAYER HEALTHCARE/BERLEX LABORATORIES   Montville, NJ
Associate Director, Customer Marketing – Hospital Division
  • Served in progressively responsible marketing communication and product marketing positions in diagnostic imaging, cardiovascular imaging, dermatology, oncology and radiopharmaceuticals.
  • Coordinated point-of-action marketing activities, managed allocation budgets, and interfaced with support functions to execute public relations, internet, convention, and medical affairs programs.
  • Developed strategies and communication plans based on brand objectives and customer needs.
Key Accomplishments:
  • Responsible for $1.3 million and $2.7 million marketing budgets.
  • Generated 36% increase in product revenue through shift in marketing efforts.
  • Successfully managed strategic and tactical product pre-launch and launch platform initiatives.
  • Successfully created innovative convention strategy and return-on-investment model that was considered a “best practice” product.
  • Helped develop new Berlex brand and logos and engineered the new brand and style guide.
  • Received CITE Award as role model for creativity, initiative, teamwork, and employee development.

    Previous positions include Account Manager for Health Care Marketing Services in Hoboken, NJ; Promotion Consultant for Roche Laboratories in Nutley, NJ; Technical Sales for Spinal Specialties in Nutley, NJ; and Art Director for Kenneth Jaffe Advertising Agency in South Orange, NJ.
Education and Technical Skills
  • The College of New Jersey, Ewing Township, NJ, Bachelor of Fine Arts with minor in Marketing
  • Proficient on PC Windows and Macintosh OS platforms with Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook) and Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, and Acrobat) products
 

Architecture and Engineer - EL

Lloyd W. Frank
439 889 3621
lloydarch23@aol.com
25 Hamilton Heath #201
TampaFL 30389
Education
Master of Architecture, Anticipated graduation 2014
Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
New York, NY

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, 2012
Princeton University, School of Architecture
Princeton, NJ
Employment
3/2014 - PresentAllbright Design and Construction Co.  Lutz, FL
International architectural engineering firm with 150 offices worldwide
Architectural Assistant (part time)
  • Performed residential design projects for high end homes in the Tampa Bay area. Won a Parade of Homes design competition for a master bedroom and bathroom combo.
  • Introduced modern building techniques to the company leading to improvements in energy efficiency while decreasing the cost of materials by 2% for roofing and siding.
  • Taught draftspeople in the use of AutoCAD 2010 so they could create client presentations. This led to at least 5 major design projects and new home sales.
Internship Experience
Summer, 2013Cannon Design Partners  Evanston, IL
Design Intern
  • Assisted in the development of preliminary designs for commercial buildings in the Chicago area to include the University of Chicago Student Union and the Chicago Public Library addition. These designs were 3-D and offered the client an early walk-through, improving the turnaround to final design by several weeks.
  • Worked with the project manager of a forty story bank building which was running over budget by over 10%. Identified that the major cost overrun could be averted by changing the stone veneer for internal common spaces. Project came in on budget and we received a commendation by the client.
  • Assigned a small but rapid growth software client that required add-on space in the downtown Chicago area. Identified that renovating existing space could satisfy their needs for at least 18 months, while helping them to plan for a new building in 2012.
Professional Skills
  • Residential feasibility studies, design development, working drawings, site measurements, detailing and drafting
  • Commercial design development, schematic design, 3D renderings, DOB drawings, project planning
  • Steel fabrication and engineering
  • Software includes 3DMAX, AutoCAD R14, 2000 & 2010, Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark, InDesign, PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Access
  • Contractor and sub-contractor coordination and inspection
Certifications & Licenses
Licensed & Registered Architect in Florida
Member, Architectural Research Institute
AutoCAD Certified Professional
 

Architecture and Engineer - EL

Peter Jordan
Seeking Internship Experience in Drafting and Mechanical Engineering
4422 Lucky Grove Lane
RaleighNC 28709
Email: petejor@brinet.com
Phone: 828.555.7729
Professional Skills Profile
Engineering, Drafting & DesignProject Planning & Management
Mathematical & Statistical CalculationsFacilities Engineering & Maintenance
Customer/Account ProposalsGroup Presentations & Public Speaking
Computer Modeling & AnalysisSpecifications, Reporting & Documentation
Hydraulic & Pneumatic SystemsProcess Improvement & Optimization

Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PhotoShop and AutoCAD.
Professional Experience
September 2008 to January 2014Plantech, INC.  Durham, NC
(Designer/manufacturer of automated conveyor systems & technologies)
Assistant Detailer/Draftsperson (part-time)
Member of 8-person product design and engineering team responsible for new product designs as well as enhancements to existing products, systems and technologies. Prepared detailed assembly drawings for on-site production and created computer models from sketches and antiquated drawings. Worked independently with little or no direct supervision.
January 2007 to August 2008Daley Conference Center  Raleigh, NC
(1400-acre meeting & professional conference center)
Groundskeeper (4/2008 - 8/2008)

Fast-paced position managing facilities and grounds and assisting the Superintendent in various duties. Involvement in the planning and on-site supervision of both new construction and renovation programs. Participated in evaluation and selection of vendor proposals for new systems installations (e.g., plumbing, heating, ventilation, fire suppression).

Outdoor Education Instructor (1/2007 - 4/2008)

Designed and led outdoor education and mountaineering programs for children, teens and adults. Focused programs on enhancing cooperation, communication and leadership skills.
Education
AS – Mechanical Engineering – Concentration in Drafting & Design – Anticipated, 12/2013
Wake Tech Community College, Raleigh, NC

North Carolina State University, Department of Engineering
Enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering program for Spring, 2014
 

Architecture and Engineer - EX

Loretta R. Giles
lrgiles@modelmaker.net
8944 Desiree Avenue, PH 21
MalibuCA 99087
717-555-5543
Profile
GENERAL MANAGER & SENIOR MODEL MAKER
Talented Model Maker whose designs and prototypes have been instrumental in the market launch of 200+ new products and new brands for major consumer products, consumer appliances, consumer electronics and technology companies.

Management Experience:
Strategic Planning, Budgeting, Finance, Capital Equipment Acquisition, Outsourcing, Supplier Sourcing & Negotiations, Contracts, Materials Management, Inventory Control, Quality, Staffing, Training, Equipment Maintenance, Technology, Cross-Functional Team Coordination
Rapid Prototyping Experience:
SLA (including composites), SLS (polymers/metals), FDM, MJM, 3DP
Model-Making Experience:RP, CNC Programming & Machining, Molding/Casting, Sheet Metal Fabrication, Thermal Forming; Programming with MasterCam and SurfCam; Modeling with ProEngineer and Solid Works

One of the top 5 finalists in the 2002 RLM Awards International Design Competition (for computer mouse design).
Professional Experience
General Manager / Senior Model Maker2005 to Present
Laser Prototypes, Inc.
Malibu, CA
Founded and currently direct all operations of a specialty model-making company supplying major US corporations in the consumer products, consumer electronics and consumer appliances industries. Recognized as one of the only full-service prototype bureaus in the state of California. Offer a complete portfolio of model making, prototyping, RP and related services (e.g., CAD, CAM, CNC programming and machining, molding/casting, fabrication, finishing).

Hold full strategic planning, operating, administrative, technological, staffing, project planning, sales/marketing, customer service, inventory, maintenance, contracts, purchasing, capital acquisition and P&L responsibility for the entire business. Currently manage General Manager and Senior Model Maker. Control all budgetary and financial affairs.

  • Invested $250K+ in equipment and inventory to launch new venture and achieved profitability within first quarter.
  • Planned, designed, laid out and directed construction of a state-of-the-art model shop.
  • Created all marketing and sales programs for the company, developed company website and personally manage all sales presentations, negotiations and contracts.
  • Completed more than 200 projects within the first two years for recognizable consumer brands including:

Black & DeckerHeathometerSpaceMaker
BSALitterMaidSunbeam
Crock PotMemorexTide
DeWaltMicrosoftTyco
Food SaverMr. CoffeeVector
GizmoOsterXM Satellite
Senior Model Maker / Acting Model Shop Manager2002 to 2005
Dynamo Consumer Products, Inc.
Los Angeles, CA
Recruited to Dynamo’s new Product Development Team following their acquisition of Smith & Corona’s Household Appliances Division. Position included direct responsibility for model making and prototyping of a diversity of consumer products and appliances to support Dynamo’s operations worldwide.

Based on immediate contributions to model shop capabilities, quality performance and efficiencies, assumed role as Acting Model Shop Manager responsible for managing projects, personnel, equipment, inventory, regulatory compliance and technology assets. Provided management with critical information for large-scale project management, budgeting, forecasting and resource requirements.

  • Created and/or led creation of more than 500 prototypes and 3D solutions using a variety of technologies available from both in-house resources and contracted service providers.
  • Facilitated product designs with design and engineering teams in Mexico and China.
  • Introduced a number of new model-making processes and capabilities (e.g., prototype sheet metal stamping, low temperature metal casting, gold coating, SLS, composite SL, FDM, thermal forming). Developed and implemented new finishing process.
  • Built a reliable network of suppliers and established world-class outsourcing relationships. Negotiated large-dollar supplier service contracts. Implemented new inventory-control process.
  • Trained/mentored newly hired model makers and others on tools, equipment, safety, processes and more.
  • Managed planning, design and layout for two new model-making shops in Southern California (including relocation of primary facility from CA to NM).
Senior Model Maker2001 to 2002
Sensory Devices Corporation
Salt Lake City, UT
One of the first-ever "generalist" model makers recruited to Sensory Devices to complement their existing staff of "specialist" model makers. Worked in partnership with Industrial Design and Engineering teams to create conceptual models and develop functional prototypes for the manufacture of new electronics products and components.

  • Assisted Model Shop Manager in physical layout and planning for relocation of RP facility to new location.
  • Introduced methods to fast-track products through the model-making and prototyping process.
  • Implemented new technologies and strengthened internal molding and casting capabilities.
  • Identified new vendors to expand supplier channels and improve quality and reliability of materials.
Manufacturing Engineer1998 to 2000
KLT (subsidiary of Tenant Industries)
Salt Lake City, UT
Worked with two other manufacturing engineers to develop and implement systems, processes and controls to improve product quality, product assembly, ergonomics and workplace safety in a 300-person transmission and clutch assembly plant. Assisted with implementation of sensors, PLCs, vision systems and pneumatic, hydraulic and electric circuits. Used ProEngineer to design manual and semi-automated jigs and fixtures.

  • Designed and implemented the company-wide standard for fixture cataloging.
  • Directed ProEngineer User Group for Mechanical Engineering Department.
Industrial Design Engineer Co-OpSpring/Summer 2001
HP Computer Corporation
San Francisco, CA
Prototype Design InternSummer 2000
IBM
San Francisco, CA
Completed 3-month internship with IBM and 7-month co-op with HP. Assisted Industrial Design, Packaging Design and Mechanical Engineering with 3D models and created working mechanisms to evaluate and refine product designs. Managed project timelines and coordinated operations and maintenance of finishing facility.

  • Acquired fundamental knowledge of RP technologies. Developed advanced CNC machining skills.
  • Led interdepartmental presentations on RP uses and applications (versus conventional model-making processes).
Education
B.S., Industrial Technology, Emphasis in Model Making, Studies in Manufacturing Technology
Truman State University, Bentonville, AR (2001)
  • Founder, Student Chapter, Association of Professional Model Makers (2001). Honored by APMM as the founder of one of the first-ever APMM student chapters and the model for chapter development nationwide. Wrote chapter guidelines and chapter handbook.
  • Treasurer, Student Chapter, Society of Manufacturing Engineers (2001)

Certified Manufacturing Technologist, Society of Manufacturing Engineers (1998)
Graduate, ProEngineer Level 1 & 2 Professional Training (1999)
Seminars on Kanban, Six Sigma, and Micro/Macro Process Control (1998 to 2000)
 

Architecture and Engineer - MC

Henry R. Fralinger, P.E.
henrype@co.darden.tx.us
Home: 281.555.0889
Office: 713.555.2977
20207 Ashley Drive
HoustonTX 77229
Professional Qualifications
  • 15+ years of increasingly responsible experience in Public Works & Civil Engineering Projects for the Darden County Government (Texas).

  • Outstanding skills in project design, engineering, cost estimating, scheduling and CPM. Skilled PC user.

  • Equally extensive experience in field project management and crew training/leadership.

  • Supervisory responsibility for up to 12 design, estimating, field and project management personnel.

  • Strong negotiations, communications and persuasion skills. Able to effectively communicate complex engineering concepts, plans and programs to non-technical personnel.

  • Excellent engineering qualifications across all core disciplines – civil, mechanical, environmental, hydraulic, sewage and geotechnical.

  • Professional Engineer – State of Texas – 1996 to Present
Professional Experience
Darden County GovernmentHumble, Texas
1998 to Present
Promoted through a series of increasingly responsible positions managing the design, permitting, documentation, quality and construction of infrastructure development, civil works and economic development projects for a major metropolitan county with more than 2 million residents.
Senior Engineer – Engineering Division (2009 to Present)
Direct the design, quality control, signing and sealing of construction drawings and project manuals for in-house design projects, including roads, drainage studies, parking facilities, detention systems and other civil works improvement projects for competitive bidding. Lead a team of five engineers responsible for complete project design and documentation.

  • Directed 10+ consulting engineering designed projects within first 10 months with a total investment of more than $8 million. Full responsibility for project scheduling, quality, cost, constructability and control.
Bond Project Engineer – Engineering Division(2006 to 2009)
Project Manager for major roadway improvements projects. Negotiated with consulting engineering firms for engineering fees, project schedule, quality control, constructability and engineering services (e.g., environmental, surveying, geotechnical, hydraulic).

  • Managed 25 major projects with a total investment of $40+ million. Delivered all projects on-time and within budget. Projects were all bid within 2% of all cost estimates.
Manager of Inspections – Permit Division(2004 to 2006)
Trained and directed a team of 7–15 inspectors responsible for field inspections and evaluations of various development projects throughout the County. Extensive documentation and regulatory reporting.
Manager of Enforcement – Permit Division(1999 to 2004)
Consulted with violators of County developmental regulations to bring them into compliance. Presented technical engineering information to County Attorney’s Office to support legal actions and civil litigation. In addition, filed complaints in the Justice of the Peace Courts for non-compliant sewage systems/operators.
Plan Checker – Permit Division(1998)
Reviewed drawings for compliance with approved drainage area maps and assessed utility work for right-of-way conflicts and compliance issues. Designed private sewage facilities in accordance with state regulations.
Houston, TexasTalbot Engineering Company 
Promoted through a series of increasingly responsible positions managing the design, permitting, documentation, quality and construction of infrastructure development, civil works and economic development projects for a major metropolitan county with more than 2 million residents.
Staff Engineer- Geotechnical Engineering Projects1997
Conducted field inspections to ensure compliance with project plans and client specifications, and on-site inspections of concrete batch manufacturing plants. Reviewed results of materials testing and advised clients of compliance or non-compliance with required specifications.
United States Army1992 to Present
Promoted through a series of increasingly responsible positions managing the design, permitting, documentation, quality and construction of infrastructure development, civil works and economic development projects for a major metropolitan county with more than 2 million residents.
Army Reserve Officer / Enlisted – U.S. Army Reserves(1997 to Present)
Rotated through a series of positions in Civil Engineering. Designed plans, coordinated CPM and project scheduling, allocated equipment and materials and oversaw field construction projects. Concurrently, taught surveying and materials testing (asphalt, concrete and soils).

  • Engineer Brigade Construction Engineer and Highway Engineer for the Operations Officer for the 420th Engineer Brigade. Responsible for design work, layout and area study for drainage system design for a multimillion-dollar expansion to the hospital at Fort Polk, Louisiana.
  • Company Commander for three years, responsible for training and readiness of a heavy construction company of approximately 160 personnel. Full supervisory and leadership accountability.
Officer – Active Duty – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers(1992 to 1997)
Designed and directed millions of dollars in construction projects at sites nationwide. Full responsibility for project staffing, materials, equipment, tasks, schedules and critical paths (CPM). Advised Assistant Division Commander on all engineering matters related to the remediation and clean-up of potential nuclear or chemical accidents. Supervisory responsibility for up to 17 personnel.

  • Appointed Project Officer for 21 building renovations (valued in excess of $75 million).
  • Designed trestle bridges and directed field construction.
  • Managed all design and construction for major renovation at Fort Ord, California.
Education
BS – Civil Engineering (Structures) – University of Wisconsin at Platteville – 1992

Graduate, U.S. Army Combined Arms Service School, 1997
Graduate, U.S. Army Engineer Officer Advanced Course, 1995
Graduate, U.S. Army Atomic Demolition Munitions Course, 1994
Graduate, U.S. Army Engineer Officer Basic Course, 1992
 

Art Therapist - EX

Mitchell Bland
934 Langer Rd. • Kansas CityKS 66113
 • 913.555.3104
 • mbland@domain.com
Profile
Board certified art therapist with 16-year career serving patients in hospital and rehabilitation settings. Have worked with a variety of groups, including children, teens, special needs individuals, patients in hospice care, and individuals with addiction and substance abuse issues. Adept at evaluating individuals and constructing meaningful and engaging treatments utilizing sculpture, painting, drawing, and mixed media. Passionate about working with others and encouraging positive development towards treatment goals.
Certifications and Memberships
  • Registered Art Therapist, Board Certified (ATR-BC)
  • Member, American Art Therapy Association (AATA)
  • Member, Kansas Art Therapy Association (KATA)
Education
1998Emporia State University
MS Art Therapy Counseling
1994University of Kansas
BS Psychology
Employment History
2011 - PresentMiddleview Health System  Kansas City, KS
Art Therapist
  • Healthcare system with 10 locations in the Kansas City area. Role requires rotation through different treatment units depending on need. Primarily work in long-term care unit with chronically ill adults.
  • Consult with new patients to understand their needs and goals. Prepare customized therapy plans and sessions.
  • Host group therapy sessions 4 times per week for patients in long-term care, as well as special weekly sessions centering on a specific theme or goal.
  • After therapy sessions, charted individual progress towards treatment goals. Also noted any critical details for medical/counseling staff to follow up on.
  • Spearheaded a monthly “Family Day” at the children’s clinic, where children and their families could take part in group art projects. Event has been very well-received by families and medical staff since its inception in 2011.
  • Record inventory of art supplies and materials, and prepared weekly order forms for administrative staff.
2007 – 2011Sunnyside Clinic  Kansas City, KS
Creative Arts Therapist
  • Rehabilitative clinic specializing in long-term treatment for individuals with addiction and substance abuse issues. Hired to create the clinic’s first art therapy program for residents, which has been a resounding success.
  • Conducted interviews with counselors to learn about residents, their backgrounds, and treatment goals.
  • Identified programs and activities best suited to residents, often implementing changes based on feedback and performance from previous sessions.
  • Prepared reports to management to demonstrate successful results of art therapy; program was renewed indefinitely by the clinic in 2008.
2002 – 2007Homewood Manor  Lawrence, KS
Art Therapist
  • Group home for adults with mental disabilities unable to live independently. Conducted on-site therapy sessions and consultations with residents.
  • Hosted one-on-one therapy sessions with residents using individually-tailored treatment plans.
  • Coordinated with caregivers to understand any physical or mental limitations of residents, and adapted art sessions accordingly.
1998 – 2002McIntire Pediatric Care  Topeka, KS
Art Therapist
  • Hospice care facilities for children and teenagers suffering from chronic illnesses. Created age-appropriate programs for patients age 3 – 15.
  • Created art program guidelines for multiple age groups: (3-4), (4-5), (6-8), and (8-10).
  • Hosted group sessions once per day tailored to specific age groups. Also hosted weekly “free paint” sessions where patients could drop in and create anything on their mind.
  • Coordinated with families and teachers to create therapy sessions in-line with normal lesson plans. Many students appreciated the connection to school and sense of normalcy.
 

Arts Design and Entertainment

Arthur D. Signori
333 Graphic Avenue ‡ Apartment 105 ‡ RaleighNC 27614
 ‡ 919 403-3500
 ‡ arthurds@gmail.com
Graphic designer and developer who combines a creative flair with analytical assessment to produce highly focused and effective communications. Special interests and skills in multi and social media including graphic animation. Available for full time employment and will consider project work with full time potential.
Summary
North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC
Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design - 2014
Magna Cum Laude - GPA 3.9
Recipient: Ciprian Pintilie Design Scholarship
Education
PrintPromotionalMultimedia
NewslettersLogosTV Advertisements
BrochuresEmail AdvertisingVideo Presentations
Creative Design Summary
Summer 2013The Creative Corner  Zebulon, NC
Web based marketing and graphic design company specializing in social media
Graphic Design Intern
  • Created a website for a small software company focusing on social media with a web 2.0 look and feel
  • Developed and presented alternative artwork elements for a logo for a large pharmaceutical company spin off
  • Handled the monthly internal newsletter and was given the Best Intern award for the season out of six interns
  • Assisted in the proofing process for five websites, and worked directly with the developers to insure that there were no wording or graphic issues in various browsers
Internships
3/2009 - PresentStaples  Raleigh, NC
Associate
  • Work part time between 30 and 35 hours per week at stocking shelves, helping customers and as a fill-in checkout clerk
  • Utilized graphic and design skills at the copy center and assisted clients in paper selection and printing
Employment
Digital Photography, Editing and Color Correction
Adobe Photoshop for the Gaming Industry
Advanced Ilustration and Design
Flash Design and Animation
Print Shop for Professionals
Related Coursework
Mac OS X and Windows XP, Me, 2000 and Vista
Adobe Illustrator 10-CS-2, Adobe Photoshop 8-CS2, Adobe Creative Suite
Flash, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, HTML, XML and CSS authoring
Various video design packages to include eMediaLive and Liberty
Microsoft Office Suite
Picks up new applications with ease
Computer Skills
Committee Chairperson, Raleigh Art Society, 2010-2011.
Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity
Website Designer and Volunteer, Raleigh Area Youth Soccer League
Activities