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Creative developer of people and processes that deliver exceptional Daniel Jackson... quality and service while maximizing resources Hugo, MN 55038 • 612-412-7119 • firstname.lastname@example.org Collaborative organizational leader adept in developing and leading goal-driven teams who are inspired to reduce costs, increase productivity and boost efficiency through outstanding supply chain and operational performance in manufacturing and non-manufacturing environments. Creative focused manager recognized for innovating process improvements that enable internal efficiency and customer satisfaction. Expertise in purchasing, supply chain management, and project management, as well as strategic planning, budgeting, and forecasting, having managed budgets of up to $80M and staff of 69. Architected $4.5M in cost savings by implementing new buying processes and renegotiating vendor contracts. Developed and negotiated strategic VMI steel contracts with an annual value of $4M reducing lead times, lowering inventory by 25%, while reducing prices and extending payment terms from net 30 to net 60 days. Developed new subcontract resources for key processes and materials reducing costs by 20%. Competencies that Make a Measurable Difference to the Bottom Line Supply Management Contract Negotiation Managing through Change Process Improvement Problem Solving and Analysis Executive Collaboration Budgeting and Forecasting Inventory Planning Lean Six Sigma Production Management Customer Relations Oracle and PeopleSoft Project Management Facilities Planning and Management Team Selection and Leadership A Career of Enabling Companies to Get More from Less COMCAST, St. Paul, MN – Corporate revenue $50B. 1999 – 2012 REGIONAL DIRECTOR SUPPLY MANAGEMENT (2006 – 2012) Promoted from area manager to lead strategic planning, budgeting, purchasing, warehousing, distribution, and production for this $1B multi-state region, supporting 2,200 technical, engineering, field maintenance and construction, retail and customer service personnel. Oversaw purchasing and expense budget of $80M and staff of 65. Led forward and reverse logistics for operations, processing up to 80,000 monthly equipment transactions for 622,000 customers. Managed vehicle fleet of 850, as well as all leases, maintenance, and construction for 56 facilities, including technical sites, call centers, warehouses, and retail stores, with annual operations budget of $21M; staff of four. Led all purchasing ($60-160M) including consumer electronics, marketing materials, packaging, furniture, IT equipment, vehicles, RF distribution electronics, and cable supporting 7,500 miles of hybrid fiber optic cable network and 2,200 employees. Effectively led team of 65 production and warehouse FTE’s to process 1.2M pieces of electronic equipment through testing, repair, and kitting. Achieved >98% order fulfillment in supplying 600 field technicians and 11 retail stores serving 622,000 customers through a net work of five 5 warehouses in three states. Developed, planned and implemented production and warehouse structure, reducing inventories by 80% even as market grew 40%. Model was replicated in 22 regions. Enhanced national 3PL managed retail customer fulfillment process on regional basis, realizing $520K in savings, and improving success rate from 44% to 95%. New process was replicated across the country, saving $3.6M annually. Dan Jackson Page 2 Consistently achieved top 3 results compared to 22 national markets for supply chain product quality, productivity, and inventory accuracy Led a cross-functional project team to reduce truck inventories and rework, resulting in $1.3 million in first year savings. Led regional Digital Acceleration Project evolving 400 technicians and contractors recovering and redeploying 65,000 cable boxes saving $7.4M in capital expenditures. AREA SUPPLY MANAGER (2004 – 2006) Directed purchasing, warehousing, distribution, fleet, and facilities per position above, supporting 1,200 personnel with purchasing and expense budget of $40M and staff of 45, processing 30,000 monthly equipment transactions for 360,000 customers in 30 buildings throughout the St. Paul area. Annual operations budget of $9M. Created strategy for, and executed consolidation of, three operating groups, eliminating $340K in annual lease expense and maximizing efficiency by minimizing travel for 120 field employees. Accelerated $1.5M lease acquisition and construction project for relocating broadcast studio, completing project in four months and under budget. Achieved 99.5 net cycle count accuracy ($50M in annual volume) by consolidating and streamlining processes while launching three new products. Reduced inventory by 30% as product volume increased by 155%. PURCHASING AND MATERIALS MANAGER – MIDWEST (1999 – 2004) Led all purchasing, inventory planning, and customer equipment processing for three-state region serving 1,800 employees, 650,000 customers and 12 warehouses, with annual purchasing authority of $160M. Supported the launch of three market-changing, rapid growth products: digital television, high-speed data, and digital phone. Developed and implemented forecasting and inventory process, reducing warehouse inventories from $20M to $3M and improving material availability for 7,500-mile fiber and cable network upgrade. Excess funds were reallocated to accelerate the project. Architected $4.5M in cost savings by implementing new buying processes and renegotiating vendor contracts. Designed and implemented market-wide purchasing and in warehouse management improvements to ensure customer service, inventory accuracy, and spending controls. Annual volume $160M. Integrated purchasing, warehouse, and customer equipment testing departments to maximize supply management efficiency including a labor reduction of 20%. H&B ELEVATORS, Inc., Minneapolis, MN 1989 – 1999 MATERIAL AND PRODUCTION CONTROL MANAGER (1989 – 1999) Planned and managed production control, inventory control, purchasing, traffic, building maintenance and customer service for this $18M custom manufacturer of passenger elevators. Responsible for direct and indirect, raw materials, fasteners, capital equipment, and custom manufactured products and services, and compliance with ISO 9002 standards. Promoted from MRO buyer and then purchasing manager. GREER ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS, Minneapolis, MN 1987 – 1989 BUYER AND MATERIAL COORDINATOR (1987 – 1989) Education Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - HAMLINE UNIVERSITY, St. Paul, MN 600 HOURS OF CONTINUING PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN EDUCATION IN LEADERSHIP, QUALITY, PURCHASING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT Six Sigma Green Belt ASQ Managing Inclusion Lean Six Sigma Facilitative Leadership Breakthrough Performance Managing Change
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