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Summary

• Entry level MBA Graduate looking to enter the finance field in a Risk Management or Business Consulting role.  Graduation date: June 2010

• Canadian Citizen with ability to work in the European Union and willingness to travel/work within all parts of Canada or the United States.

• Proficient in multiple computer programming languages including C# and Visual Basic.• Expert proficiency in Microsoft Office tools including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

• McMaster University Intramural Athlete of the Year                                                                                2008• Male Athlete of the Year – Oakville Trafalgar High School (OTHS)                                                    2003• Richard Madell Memorial Athletic Scholarship                                                                                      2003• R.H. Archibald Memorial Academic Award – Calculus                                                                        2003• Strength/Conditioning Coach – Oakville Rangers Hockey Club                                      2004 – Present• Sports Writer – McMaster University Newspaper – “The Silhouette”                                                2005• Assistant Coach U17 Select Soccer Team – Oakville Soccer Club                                                  2005

Work experience

Sep 2008Dec 2008

Sales Operations Analyst

Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd.

Responsible for analysis and reporting of vehicle sales within the Canadian automobile industry for Ford of Canada

• Analyzed and automated the monthly reporting procedure to reduce the time in system from 36 hours to 4 hours.

• Redesigned the process for accumulating monthly sales data by collaborating with internal departments,coordinating data sources and developing an understanding of each sectors role in the organization.

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National Parts Release Merchandiser

Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd.

Utilizing regression and historical trend analysis, forecasted future national demand for all Ford/Lincoln retail/wholesale/warranty service parts for Ford of Canada .

• Persuaded management to adopt cost savings strategy regarding logistics within the Supply Department.Designed a software and training package that has reduced traffic/logistics expenses by over $1,000,000 (CAD) by automatically consolidating inbound service parts shipments.

• National Scrap Coordinator – responsible for managing Ford’s +/- $8M dollar scrap budget.

• Wrote and presented student training program by leveraging 20 months of on the job experience, developing a syllabus and delivering an interactive re-training workshop for new incoming students to the Supply Department. Efforts resulted in reducing non-productive time and errors.

Education

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Bachelor of Engineering and Management

McMaster University

Major – Electrical EngineeringSenior Thesis: “Automatic Mood Detection - Music Selection System” – Awarded top honours in the department• Academic Entrance Scholarship – Engineering I• Intramural Athlete of the Year (2008)• Residence Council Representative (2003-2004)

This degree combined both the four-year Bachelor of Engineering and four-year Bachelor of Commerce degreesinto a single five-year program. Graduating from this program has provided me with the analytical, quantitative,programming and mathematical skills of an engineer combined with the communication and management expertise of a commerce graduate.