David Necessary

David Necessary

Work History

Work History
Jun 2005 - Present

Senior Account Executive

http://www.salemwebnetwork.com

Responsible for new national account development and management for $7 million dollar sales organization.Sell Internet advertising to B2B and B2C clients who need to target a family friendly and faith based audience with their message.Use a variety of methodsto prospect and generate leads.Establish new accounts by using cold calling techniques, following up on company generated leads, and obtaining referrals fromexisting clients. 

2003 - 2005

Senior Test Engineer

http://www,wellpoint.com

Responsible for testing of the E-Business application for $13.2 billion healthcare company. Develop and execute test plans of maintenance and enhancement projects for E-Business application. Use V-Model of software testing to verify and validate business requirements against project design. Write test cases and test scripts. Develop test data. Enter and track bugs in application. Report test results to management.Automate test cases for functional and regression based testing. Mentor and lead junior test engineers on team.

2000 - 2003

Software QA Engineer

http://www.aol.com

Responsible for testing of the Windows based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) application for $27.6 billion Internet-powered media and communications company. Develop and execute test plans of maintenance and enhancement projects for CRM application. Use V-Model of software testing to verify and validate business requirements against project design. Write test cases and test scripts. Develop test data. Enter and track bugs in application. Report test results to management. Make recommendations to enhance application for customer. Maintain and configure 6 test machines and 1 test server.

1998 - 2000

Technical Support Supervisor

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Managed teams of 25 to 40 technical support consultants. Responsible for training, motivating, and guiding consultants to exceed performance standards in a high-volume call center. Counseled and provided feedback to consultants on a constant basis.Wrote weekly performance reviews for consultants.Preparedconsultants for promotion to next level. Resolved payroll related issues for consultants on team. Conducted interviews for prospective new employees tocompany. Prepared informal and formal presentations to team and call center

management on a frequent basis.

1994 - 1998

Captain, Military Police Corps

http://www.army.mil

Leader and primary trainer for 21 to 40 person platoons while stationed in Koreaand Fort Hood. Maintained and accounted for over $1,000,000 of military equipment and managed a multi-million dollar ammunition program. As a staff officer, planned and coordinated all aspects of training for a 2800 personnel multifunctional logistics organization. 

Education

Education