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Work History

Nov 2015July 2016

Operations Manager

Great White North
  • Play an integral role in the operation of the warehouse. This includes maintenance of equipment, resource planning, shipping and receiving and general support to ensure the successful delivery of GWN’s programs.
  • Responsible for the on-time and effective delivery of client and MLDB Series event operations, with a focus on the on-water operations and stakeholder safety. This includes effective execution, problem solving and management of stakeholder relationships.
Jun 2013Oct 2015

Venue Logistics Manager

Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan Am Games Organizing Committee
  • Develop the venue logistics operations for a cluster of competition and non-competition venues.
  • Plan for, manage and oversee all Logistics operations within assigned venues; including the development of venue specific operating plans outlining efficient processes for the receipt, storage, distribution, ongoing supply and recovery of equipment at the venues.
  • In conjunction with the Venue Management and Overlay functions, design logistics compounds and venue storage facilities incorporating efficient material movement pathways into and within assigned venues.
  • Develop and manage delivery schedules for bump-in, re-supply, transition, and bump-out of assigned venue zones, while identifying cost effective measures of utilizing staff and equipment.
  • Participate in the hiring and supervising of staff, coordinating individual work assignments, setting project goals, evaluating employee performance, and determining training requirements.
  • Manage information flow to all Functions with regards to Venue Logistics operations and Security protocols relating to the delivery of materials to venues
May 2012Sep 2012

Deputy Venue Logistics Manager

  • Responsible for the planning and management of Logistics operations across 6 training venues, including the implementation of venue specific operational plans and efficient processes for the receipt, storage, distribution, as well as ongoing supply and recovery of equipment at these venues.
  • Assist the Venue Logistics Manager to refine and improve the design of logistics compounds and venue storage facilities incorporating efficient material movement pathways into and within your respective venue.
  • Act as a Logistics representative to the Venue Planning Teams, ensuring smooth and seamless back-of-house operations at all venues.
  • Implement and adhere to venue specific logistics operating plans; incorporating and adhering to departmental policies and procedures.
  • Manage Logistics teams at each venue consisting of a combination of staff, volunteers and contractors.
  • Schedule, motivate and lead Logistics Venue Crew.
  • Coordinated with suppliers, Material Planning, Logistics Operations and other LOCOG Functions to develop an integrated supply chain to ensure effective back of house operations within all assigned venues.
  • Monitor and coordinate the allocation of Logistics resources (e.g. FF&E, MHE, labor, utility vehicles) at venues to ensure a high level of service delivery to other venue Functional Areas.
  • Assist in the transition from Olympic to Paralympic Games.
  • Incorporate workplace safety protocols into your standard venue logistics operations, including training and ongoing monitoring to ensure best practice standards
Oct 2011Apr 2012

Director of Social Programming

Niagara College Canada - Student Administrative Council
  • Duties include the design, development, marketing and implementation of various student engaging events.
  • Prepare and submit event and entertainment requests to Logistics Manager for availability and costs
  • Provide direction for the logistical implementation of these events to the Logistics Manager through mandatory weekly/monthly executive board meetings
    • Attend all events to ensure activities, prizing and entertainment is carried out as intended – intervening and problem solving when necessary
  • Direct, delegate, motivate and coach Student Administrative Council team and volunteers with the promotion, preparation and tear down of all events
  • Coordinate and work with the President, Vice President, Programmers and Directors in the administration of student body inquiries, concerns and overall engagement
  • Attend student engagement and programming conferences, reporting and presenting back to colleagues, managers and Board of Governors
    • Extensive networking with agents and talent representatives
  • Monitor position budgets and allocate funds accordingly
  • Work closely with Niagara College staff members in the integration of scholastics and social events, fairs, seminars andinfo-sessions 
May 2011Oct 2011

Market Researcher

Niagara College Canada - Department of Research and Innovation

Duties include the market research and analysis of a local industry partner of Niagara College Canada – Wine Country Tours

  • Work and coordinate with founders and owners of Wine Country Tours, a social and corporate event planning/consultant company of the Niagara region
  • In-charge of designing new and modernized marketing strategy. Redeveloping current marketing process and deliverance, restructuring current website advertising strategy.
  • This includes extensive research and analysis of social media mechanisms, search engine optimization, local competitors, as well as website content and functionality development.

Work and coordinate with founders and owners of Water Superstore, a local specialized water store of the Niagara region

  • In-charge of designing a business and marketing plan. Each to be used in the implementation of a new “Water Bar” business venture (local, region, international implementation).
May 2010Jun 2010

Accreditation Officer

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

77 King Street West, Toronto ON / 151 Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario

  • Duties included the accreditation of all media, suppliers and delegations requiring accreditation to the G20 Summit in Toronto, Ontario & the G8 Summit in Huntsville, Ontario
  • Responsible for the accreditation of 23 different airlines, suppliers, and service providers of the Toronto International Airport
  • Presented progress reports to my team in weekly meetings
  • Designed Emergency Evacuation Escape Route for the Accreditation Centre’s Relocation Response Plan
  • Coordinated closely with RCMP Officers and Excellium management/employees throughout accreditation process
  • Planned, set-up, coordinated and operated two remote photo-shoots for all Pearson Airport employees (23 different companies – over 2000 employees)
  • Helped coordinate and manage the screening, loading and transportation of delegation luggage to their respective hotels
  • Acting liaison officer on closing day (last minute request) informing and directing each country’s delegation tour-buses to their respective planes for departure


Sep 2008Apr 2012

BA International Business & Global Commerce

Niagara College Canada


  • Attained GPA of 80 percent
  • Course load included: International Finance, Managerial Accounting, Global Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Legal Issues in International Trade, Project Management, Global/Regional Marketing, Corporate Social Responsibility, Market Entry/Distribution, Analysis/Reporting, International Macro & Micro Economics, Statistics, Spanish IV, E-Commerce Applications, Arbitration and Negotiation, Global Strategic Management, Logistics Management, Supply Chain Management
  • Annual Queen Elizabeth “Aiming for the Top” Scholarship recipient
  • WorkSmart Certification (Mandatory Career Planning Training – 83% grade)
  • Niagara College Communication Department ‘graduate success story’
  • Annual Global Forum Leader and Presenter


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      To obtain a position which would afford me the opportunity to work within a progressive environment, that promotes growth, development and continuous improvement. I seek to find a rewarding position that will allow me the opportunity to utilize skills I possess and will continue to gain. 

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      Program Recruitment - Niagara College


      My name is Cameron Brady and I write this with the intention of presenting my qualifications for a position that will expand my business skills and allow me to work for a progressive organization while utilizing my extensive scholastic expertise.

      I am currently the Operations Manager for Great White North Dragon Boat, where I manage and oversee local and international event operations, as well as the maintenance of all boats and equipment. As Venue Logistics Manager for the Toronto 2015 Pan and Parapan Am Games Organizing Committee, I was responsible for the development of venue logistics operations for a cluster of competition and non-competition venues. My main focus during Games time was to oversee the delivery, receipt, storage, distribution, ongoing re-supply and recovery of goods for multiple functional areas at one of the largest venues within the Games footprint. Prior to this role, I was a Deputy Venue Logistics Manager for the London Olympic & Paralympic Games with UPS Ltd. In this position I was responsible for the planning and management of logistics operations across six training venues. During my studies, I was the Director of Social Programming for the Student Administrative Council of Niagara College Canada, working closely with Niagara College staff and students on the integration of scholastic and social events. Additionally, my role with Niagara College’s Research and Innovation Department provided me the opportunity to apply, communicate and exploit the knowledge and resources needed to serve local industry partners. Lastly, my G8/G20 internship with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada significantly developed, implemented and tested my scholastic expertise, strengthening the foundation of my skill set.

      Extracurricular Involvement

      • 2011/2012 Investment Club Vice President
      • Member of Forum for International Trade Training
      • Victorian Order of Nurses – general volunteer work
      • Active involvement in competitive soccer and rugby (team captain)
      • Assisted in coaching junior boys & girls rugby teams
      • Peer tutor and international student mentor

      Highlights of Qualifications

      • Ability to accomplish tasks under pressure and tight time constraints
      • Excellent workload management in professional development
      • Excellent communication, organizational and analytical skills
      • Event management and logistics/supply chain specialist
      • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
      • Diverse work experience in various industries
      • Ability to manage and motivate a team
      • BA International Commerce and Global Development Graduate
      • Excellent GPA 

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