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Management position in projects, consulting or information technology department where my 10 years of experience will add value to operations.


Outstanding background of leadership managing international projects and people, including reducing material costs by $1,000,000.00+ usd for Prolec GE and unify the systems for CEMEX worldwide handling people internal and external. Proven expertise in ensuring the country compliance for adapting the system. Recognized as subject matter expert on numerous projects. Skilled in:


·Project Planning

·Project Execution

·Redesign of processes


·Customer Support

·Complex and Multicultural projects

·Work in time base

·Follow of benefits

·Work by pressure

Work experience

Sep 2005Present

Senior Consultant


Raw Material Leader in Process and IT for the Integration and Construction Team, review the initiatives, expand it to perform worldwide, selecting the best tool to construct it, define the characteristics and functionalities, and deliver it to implementation. Managing internal and external staff

Quality Leader in the EMEAA Regional Team, planning and managing projects for cement, ready-mix and aggregates business in Europe, Asia and Africa to improve the performance or the revenues, creation of business cases, and follow up the result

·Managing a developers team to redesign, fix, test and deliver a critical tool for the operations, that let them close the month in raw materials accurately

·Coordination of the creation of an intranet that will reduce in an 80% the calls to the accounts Payable department suppliers

·Redefining the process and estimating the effort, the impact and the viability to modify the operation and the system for the future model that CEMEX will go

Coordinate the implementation of project after the Post merge integration of RMC to CEMEX. Internal staff in charge

·Raw Material Leader, control and manage inventories and cost of raw materials, define agreements with the suppliers and haulers, training in the institutional model and follow up practices, Implementation in the countries of United Kingdom and Poland.

Oct 2003Sep 2005

Project Manager


Plan new project, coordinate and follow up the design, development and implementation in the technology department; managing different teams depending in their rol, follow up benefits- Managing Internal staff

·Planning and Management of prototypes that includes all of the developments made by the department, by interacting with logistics, plant, purchasing, engineering. Planning the resources and the time for execution of the prototypes until the testing phase.

·Reduce material costs in 13% in autotransformers ($450,000.00 annually), by developing several criteria to evaluate the electrical efforts more accurate than statistical. Management of the resources, planning the time.

·Change the criteria for outsourcing the fabrication of insulation ($150,000.00 annually), bye making a statistical study to compare benefits from outsourcing the fabrication of insulation, or doing in house.

·Reduce material costs in $2,000.00 per transformer, by development of a method of optimization for the spacers. Develop the concept, execution and implementation in the design systems of the company

Jul 2001Oct 2003

Project Leader


Implementation, training and follow up the CEMEX model for Ready Mix

·Implement the institutional model GINCO in Spain and Mexico, by giving training, automation of the ready-mix plants, technical support in database

·Implement the institutional model of Raw Material in Spain

Jan 2000Jul 2001

Technical Project Manager and Design Engineer

Technical Project Manager Planning and management of the E-150 and E-550 projects for Tower Automotive Implementation of the GMT-325 for GM Planning and management of the GMT-250 for Magna Design Engineer Design and production of fixtures for the GMT-250 for Magna Design fixtures for the Heavy Duty and Light Duty for Metalsa


Sep 2008Present


Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey

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