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Kevin D. Bohmiller
248 Liberty SquareRoad,Boxborough,Massachusetts01719
(978) 273-4604 | email@example.com
Hands-on and versatile leader with extensive combined materials, logistics, and operations experience. Proven ability to build positive relationships with customers and vendors. Reputation as someone committed to timely accomplishment who “does it right the first time.”
Core competencies include:
Rampage Systems,Waltham,MA, Acquired byFuji Graphic Systems 1996-Feb 2014
Dynamic and highly successful start-up of Prepress software for commercial printers.
Supply Chain Manager
Purchasing/inventory/manufacturing/planning/application and customer support.
- Developed policies and procedures and built team to effectively manage annual growth ranging from 25-75% with zero disruption to supply chain, quality and order fulfillment utilizing continuous process improvement methods.
- Established supply agreements with distribution for Just-in-Timedelivery directly contributing to improved cash flow, which was critical in growth years.
- Annually selected, validated, and contracted new proprietary computer platforms, resulting in 30% performance increase while reducing cost 10-15% annually.
- Designed and implemented 24-hour service exchange program supporting 2000 customers, over 10,000 workstations resulting in a $1M savings over third party provider.
- Coordinated the design, sourcing, manufacture and distribution of numerous proprietary circuit boards with contract manufacturers, reduced costs to improve margin by 30%.
- Developed cost efficient and timely international distribution procedures to Canadian and European dealers.
- Directly supported customers with hardware maintenance issues as well as sales support. Rampage customer service was the best in the industry.
US Navy Reserves 1990-2004
- Logistics and financial management for a major staff command. Trained and supported over 600 deployed Reservists.
- Identified in excess of $60M of obsolete inventory during contract reviews.
- Provided support to families of service member deployed for Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
- Developed program and trained Reservists on Navy Total Quality Leadership.
National Computer Systems,Burlington,MA 1994-1996
Presentation graphics and educational software.
- Managed six technicians in repair and distribution to 75 field engineers in support of 3000 customers in US andCanada.
Presentation graphics software.
Field Service Material Manager
US Navy 1983-1990
Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity,Philadelphia,PA (1987-1990)
- Coordinated contracting and procurement for Naval repair facility.
- Managed annual $16M budget.
USS MARS (AFS-1),Oakland,CA (1983-1986)
- Managed shipboard services and financial management on an Aircraft Carrier Battle Group Supply Ship.
- Deployed for peace keeping in Western Pacific and thePersian Gulf.
- Managed 20,000 SKUs of food, consumables, repair parts, and electronics.
University of Massachusetts,BS, Business Management, Dartmouth,MA
NAVY Officers Candidate School,Newport,RI
Navy Supply Corps School, Logistics Management,Athens,GA
Total Quality Leadership, Instructor Qualified,Philadelphia,PA
- Defense Meritorious Service, Commendation, Achievement and Expeditionary Medals.
- Held Secret Clearance w/ Interim Top Secret Clearance
Current volunteer at Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Bedford, MA
LAUREL A. HAUG
20 Woodland Drive, #313
Lowell, MA 01852
Self-motivated, detail oriented professional Assistant with excellent computer and organizational skills as well as strong communication skills dealing with people in a helpful and pleasant demeanor. A productive team member with follow-through and ability to develop creative solutions to problems. Proficient in Word for Windows, Excel, Lotus Notes, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint, Adobe and Internet.
- Meeting Coordination
- Office Procedures
- MS Office 2007, 2010
- Supplies Management
- Record Maintenance
- Communication Skills
LOWELL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION , Lowell, MA 2014-Present
- Provides service of greeting arrivals and professionally determine nature of enquiry.
- Updates database for members and scheduling use of equipment and meeting rooms.
- Effectively answer and direct telephone calls to appropriate departments.
- Special projects for management team organizing files and creating documentation.
- Managed office coordination of department using Microsoft Windows, databases and Internet.
- Skilled at coordinating and organizing meetings in a timely manner.
- Interacted with clients from outside organizations and members from other departments.
- Integrated online library for internal documents such as compliance letters and committee reports to easily facilitate retrieval of files.
- Improved pricing savings of office equipment and handling of corporate credit cards and cell phones.
- Implemented training programs so company would comply with standards.
- Established inventory system and purchasing of office supplies to ensure cost savings.
- Set up and scheduled Human Resource interviews for the new applicants and maintained employee records.
- Organized company outings, luncheons and special events to maintain company morale.
- Generated quarterly review and presentations for department to comply with external audits.
- Troubleshoot and solved problems with office equipment to function properly and dealt with sales and service.
- Created time sensitive electronic packages in SharePoint for department meetings.
COVENANT HEALTH SYSTEMS, Tewksbury, MA 2005-2013
ENTEGRIS INC., (formerly Microelectronics Division of Millipore), Billerica, MA 2002-2005
MILLIPORE CORPORATION, Bedford, MA 2000-2002
Bachelor of Arts, SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY, Salem, MA
Notary Public, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Brian P. Kane
17 Lucaya Circle
Wilmington, MA. 01887
(978) 360-2422 (mobile)
Summary of Qualifications:
• A positive and hard working leader focused on providing positive results, professionalism, and a strong focus on customer satisfaction.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well within a team environment.
• Strong organizational skills with focus on detail and accuracy.
SAP, Lotus Notes, Microsoft Office, CRM
IBM (via Zero Chaos) July 2014-October 2014
Channels Operations Specialist, IBM Americas Software Sales Operations
• Provide operational insight and support to the Americas Software Channel Operations team.
• Oversee and execute a cross organizational rebate recovery process working with Sales, Finance, Business Transformation, and Customer Fulfillment.
• Manage Americas distributor rebate review and approval process.
IBM (via Staff Logix) April 2010-May 2013
Software Value Incentive (SVI) Program Administrator, IBM Software Channel Sales Operations Team
• Supported over 200 IBM Business Partner relationships in Software Value Incentive (SVI) partner rebate program. Including daily review and the end to end process of partner opportunities for approval and payment.
• Annual analysis and review of over $400 million in partner opportunities each year.
• Provided education and program detail to partners via direct calls, email, and conference calls on a daily basis.
IBM January 1995- March 2010
Special Bid Pricing Manager October 2008-March 2010
• Reviewed all of IBM software discounting requests for the New England and Upstate New York region. Managed bid volume on a daily basis for the New York & New England area. Annual discounting requests of over $80 million in this region.
• Provided a broad range of operational support to IBM Software Group sales and other extended teams to ensure bids are within guidelines that align with PA Offering, revenue recognition, price delegation, channel strategy, and audit requirements.
• A subject matter expert to sales, pricers, and extended sales operations teams providing leadership, advice and expertise on end to end process and requirements.
SVI Program Administrator March 2006-October 2008
• Managed over 200 IBM Business Partner relationships across North America and Canada.
• Approved or denied all new enrollments within 24 hours based on IBM program certification requirements for partners in North America and Canada. Improved overall cycle time by 50%, as well as implementing new documentation process for partners, which was approved by management.
• Primary SVI contact for all program exceptions in North America.
Order Management Account Team September 1999-March 2006
Held a number of different job roles within the IBM Order Management team, increasing responsibility and job scope with each new role.
• Dispute Resolution team: Worked with external customers and IBM A/R to resolve issues surrounding outstanding Accounts Receivable balances. Resolved most disputes on team each month June 05-December 05 resulting in over $5 million in IBM revenue.
• Channel Account Manager for Tech Data US and Canada Q2 2005: Managed relationship for any issues, order inquiries, and part number issues with Tech Data.
• Lotus Authorized Education Centers (LAECs) Account Rep: Liaison between Lotus education and students, including courseware ordering for training classes. Resolved all customer issues and rush shipments for IBM classes.
• IBM Internal Orders Rep: Managed the end to end process of all customer IBM internal orders. Focal point with distribution and shipping departments to ensure all orders were shipped on a daily basis. Improved customer satisfaction through improved cycle time.
Contract Administrator, Support Administration April 1998-September 1999
• Acted as a subject matter expert for IBM channel and inside sales reps on IBM Passport Advantage customer support contracts and support issues.
• Ensured that all support contracts were complete and met IBM business conduct guidelines and program criteria.
Lotus Products Support Console Representative January 1995-April 1998
• Supported Lotus technical support customers as a phone rep. taking over 100 phone calls on a daily basis. Working with support analysts to resolve customer issues and problems.
• Sold technical support incidents and contracts to Lotus customers on a daily basis.
• Number one in sales on the team in both 1996 & 1997. Total sales of over $100K each year. Received bonuses for being first in sales each month.
Salem State College, Salem, MA., 1994
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Concentration: Marketing
Received three "Thank you" awards, as well as an IBM Bravo award in 2005.
IBM Keypal Program-Mentoring program for 5th and 6th grade Cambridge students from 2007-2009
Wilmington Little League coach and executive board member 1987-present
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Toni Jean Thompson, Ph.D.
508-723-4045 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Practical professional offering a track record of strategic improvements to operations, systems, and processes in highly regulated GLP laboratory environments for pharmaceutical, contract research, and environmental companies. Expert in Triple Quad Mass Spectrometry. Strengths in problem solving, staff training, instrument operation. Well versed in LIMS and instrument validation, implementation, and troubleshooting. Strong theoretical grounding in GLP and FDA regulatory requirements. Expertise in analytical chemistry as well as bioanalytical and other complex matrices at trace levels (pg/mL).
Laboratory Operations – Analytical Chemistry – Process Improvement –SOP Development –
New Methodologies – Accuracy & Precision – Data Collection & Reporting – Quality Control – Bioanalytical
Regulatory Compliance (GLP & FDA) – Software/LIMS Implementation, Troubleshooting and Validation
LC-MS/MS (Triple Quad Mass Spectrometry) – Training Programs – Project Management
Experience with various spectroscopic techniques such as IR and UV/vis as well as GC and GC-MS
OVERSEER OF MOTHER’S HEALTH CARE, Bedford, NH 2010-2012
Oversaw my mother’s healthcare and finances during the last stages of dementia and her end of life. Frequent hospital visits meant that I was spending every day at the hospital making sure she was fed and cared for appropriately and conferring with the medical staff.
ICON DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS, Whitesboro, New York 2009-2010
Mediated merger of UK and US laboratory operations resulting from acquisition of Prevalere Life Sciences. Collaborated in the formulation of LIMS user requirements to streamline operations. Orchestrated implementation and validation of electronic signature process to comply with 21CFR11 and GLP regulations. Drafted operating SOPs in accordance with global regulatory differences and client requirements. Trained staff on new SOPs. Teamed with UK staff to gain insight into operational needs.
- Played an essential role in driving the integration of UK and US laboratory operations.
- Led the introduction of electronic signatures by validating software to reduce the need to store laboratory documents as paper with projected cost savings of 41%.
- Improved processes and consistency of LIMS programming to align UK and US labs.
CHARLES RIVER LABORATORIES, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 2007-2008
Steered a ten person department charged with discovery and non-GLP bioanalytical analysis of early stage discovery animal studies. Accomplished projects on budget and on schedule. Opened communication channels between in‑life personnel and laboratory.
- Enhanced operating efficiency by designing and conducting a new training program on the science of laboratory operations which improved communications vital to the rapid turnaround required of my group.
PRACS INSTITUTE, Fargo, North Dakota 2004-2006
Oversaw GLP operations of a 40+ person laboratory with accountability for data quality and reporting as well as compliance with GLP, HIPAA, and scientific and training regulations.
- Accelerated data collection to review process by 91% through revisions of existing system.
- Launched a local summer internship program in partnership with Fargo area colleges and universities.
- Consolidated and clarified SOPs eliminating redundancy and potential deviation.
- Introduced Artel system to verify accuracy and precision of electronic and micro pipettes, multi-channel pipettes, and Tomtec liquid handling systems based on spectrometry rather than weights.
- Lead the Watson LIMS validation team.
PURDUE PHARMA, LP, Ardsley, New York 1995-2004
Senior Scientist to Principal Scientist/Section Leader
Performed and directed analysis of study sample extracts on LC-MS/MS under GLP regulations
- Garnered promotions in recognition of improvements to bioanalytical methodologies and crafting a training program for non-bioanalytical departments including QA auditors.
- Optimized sensitivity and accuracy of bioanalytical method that improved Lower Limit of Quantitation 80% from 50 pg/mL to 10 pg/mL and elevated accuracy and precision by 40% from ±25% to ±15%.
- Performed extensive troubleshooting and maintenance of Mass Spectrometers.
Additional Experience: NH Department of Environmental Services, Concord, NH
Analyzed environmental samples under from various water sources plus waste water influent/effluent and soils under EPA GLP regulations. Analyses included both organic and inorganic such as pH, hardness, nitrogen, metals, and VOCs using various instruments such as Atomic Absorption Flame and Furnace Spectrophotometers and GC/MS, etc.
PhD in Analytical Chemistry – Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts
MA in Analytical Chemistry – University of Houston, Houston, Texas
BA in Zoology – University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire
- Liquid Chromatography/High Pressure Fast Atom Bombardment Mass Spectrometry: Chemical Ionization of Sputtered Species. Toni J. Thompson; Saul W. Fink; Royal B. Freas. Presented at the 37th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 21-26, 1989, Miami Beach, FL.
- Analysis of Petroleum Sulfonates Using Fast Atom Bombardment Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Toni J. Thompson; Helen Wang; Royal B. Freas. Presented at the 38th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, June 3-8, 1990, Tucson, AZ.
- Capillary Electrophoresis Electrospray Mass Spectrometry: Transient Isotachophoresis Preconcentration and Buffer Effects. Toni J. Thompson; Paul Vouros; Frantisek Foret; Barry L. Karger. Presented at the 40th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 31-June 5, 1992, Washington, DC.
- Practical Considerations in the Capillary Electrophoresis – Electrospray Mass Spectrometry of Proteins. Toni J. Thompson; Frantisek Foret; Barry L. Karger; Paul Vouros. Presented at the 41st ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 30-June4, 1993, San Francisco, CA.
- Liquid Sheath Effects on the Capillary Electrophoretic Separation of Standard Proteins in a Coated Column. Toni J. Thompson; Frantisek Foret; Barry L. Karger; Paul Vouros. Presented at the 42nd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 29-June4, 1994, Chicago, IL.
- A Study of the Metabolism of Rifabutin Using Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry and Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Toni J. Thompson; Titiana Koudriakova; Nicholas Gerber; Paul Vouros. Presented at the 43rd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 21-26, 1995, Atlanta, GA.
- Investigation of Ion Suppression of a Potent Opiate in APCI. Toni Jean Thompson, Ph.D.; Constantin S. Tamvakopoulos; Ph.D.; David P. Benziger, Ph.D.; Jan Miotto. Presented at the 45th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, June 1-5, 1997, Palm Springs, CA.
- Quantitative Analysis of Oxandralone in Human Plasma by APCI LC-MS/MS. Dan J. Aufman; Missy A. Berry; Gibran A. el-Sulayman; James A. Havel; Jessie S. Lindemann; Karen N. Malmberg. Presented at the 54th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 23-27, 2004, Nashville, TN.
- Quantitative Analysis of Total Phenylephrine in Human Plasma by Turbo IonSpray LC-MS/MS. William K. Haisch; Dan J. Aufman; Ardeshir Khadang; Jessie S. Lindemann. Presented at the 54th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 29-June 2, 2006, Seattle, WA.
- High Throughput Analysis of Rabeprazole in Human Plasma by LC-MS/MS. Dan J. Aufman; Gabriel Hardemeyer; Cindy A. Ackerland; Matthew J. Amundson; Ardeshir Khadang. Presented at the 54th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 29-June2, 2006, Seattle, WA.
- Quantitative Analysis of Valacyclovir Following Automated Protein Precipitation. Matthew Amundson; Melissa Meyer; Darren Hoffman; Laura Baum; Andrew Osenga; Dan Aufman; Ardeshir Khadang. Presented at the 54th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 29-June 2, 2006, Seattle, WA.
- Capillary Electrophoresis – Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry: Improvements of Protein Detection Limits Using On-Column Transient Isotachophoretic Sample Preconcentration. Toni J. Thompson; Frantisek Foret; Paul Vouros; Barry L. Karger. Anal. Chem., 1993, 65, 900-906.
- Liquid Sheath Effects on the Separation of Proteins in Capillary Electrophoresis-Electrospray Mass Spectrometry. Frantisek Foret; Toni J. Thompson; Barry L. Karger, Paul Vouros. Anal. Chem., 1994, 66, 4450-4458.
Member of the American Society of Mass Spectrometry
Alan Michael Jansen
32 Lee Street TEWKSBURY. MA 01876
Mobile (978) 551-5866 Email: email@example.com
Professional Profile and Core Competencies
The attentiveness to properly monitor and inspect equipment, computer terminals, switches valves, gauges, alarms, safety devices, and meters to detect leaks or malfunctions and to ensure that equipment is operating efficiently and safely.
- Observe and interpret readings on gauges, meters, and charts registering various aspects of boiler operation to ensure that boilers are operating properly.
- Proven record of effectively maintaining required amounts of water in boilers, to adjust supplies of combustion air, and to control the flow of fuel into burners.
- Highly motivated self-starter with strong operational control, repairing, and equipment. maintenance skills. Operate and maintain stationary engines, boilers, and auxiliary equipment.
Test boiler water quality and take necessary corrective action – certified at Barclay Chemical Company.
Third Class Engineer, Fernald Developmental Center 1990 -2014
Watch Engineer, Middlesex county Hospital 1988-1990
Peterson’s School Of Steam Engineering – 2nd class Engineer’s license- Special Training and Certificates
Close space training – Commonwealth Of Massachusetts
Asbestos removal training – Commonwealth Of Massachusetts
Wilmington High School - Wilmington MA