Adrian Borgeson

Interest

Athletics Coach actively involved in the development of youth through high school athletes in Wrestling, Baseball and Soccer for over 18 years.

Summary

Professional Experience: Instrumental in operational success of several large scale organizations Multiple years of successful management, strategic planning, change management, and cross-functional leadership of groups ranging upward to 750 employees Responsible for departmental budgets, forecasting, monitoring and evaluation in excess of $2,000,000 Diversified skill set, recognized for performance in multiple cross-functional roles Maximizes the performance of people and equipment; consistently recognized for ability to increase performance and manage projects and groups effectively

Work History

Work History

Security Lead

Nike

Spearheaded safety and security within a promotional distribution center for the world’s leading supplier of athletic shoes, apparel and sports equipment. Implemented and monitored policy, procedures and systems to ensure compliance with company and federal standards. Made operational recommendations that led to significant performance improvements.

Saved $10,000 in uniform costs through procurement methods; instituted practices that raised loss prevention performance 100%.

Improved Facility maintenance and safety through cost effective implementation of standard procedures and safety requirements meeting or exceeding OSHA requirements.

Reduced accidents by 90% by designing and implementing a new equipment and facility safety training program; tracked temporary employees and improved resource utilization by 60%.

Territory Manager

ICOS

Energized revenue and market growth for assigned product portfolios in a territory encompassing the Olympic Peninsula. Identified market trends, key influences and enacted sales tactics that consistently met business objectives. Called on physician practices and hospitals and negotiated sales agreements. Provided accurate clinical information and quality product training to physicians and their staffs. Managed all accounts to assure complete client satisfaction.

Security Lead

Powet Testing and Energization

Spearheaded safety and security within a promotional distribution center for the world’s leading supplier of athletic shoes, apparel and sports equipment. Implemented and monitored policy, procedures and systems to ensure compliance with company and federal standards. Made operational recommendations that led to significant performance improvements.

Saved $10,000 in uniform costs through procurement methods; instituted practices that raised loss prevention performance 100%.

Improved Facility maintenance and safety through cost effective implementation of standard procedures and safety requirements meeting or exceeding OSHA requirements.

Reduced accidents by 90% by designing and implementing a new equipment and facility safety training program; tracked temporary employees and improved resource utilization by 60%.

2007 - 2008

National Account Manager

RecruitMilitary

Devise and implement marketing strategies crucial for achieving key performance goals for a national full-service, military-to-civilian recruiting firm. Plan, organize and manage sales development and account service to client firms across the United States. Analyze market research and generate leads. Initiate contact and cultivate relationships with corporate decision-makers. Identify unique employment and executive search requirements. Formulate and present solutions packages that maximize the return-on-investment. Negotiate contracts and deliver quality account service.

Jun 1999 - Feb 2005

Commander

US Army

Directly responsible for Command and Control of all personnel, equipment and resources for a 296 bed Combat Support Hospital (CSH). Managed and facilitated all aspects of facilities maintenance and human resources functions including: succession training, strategic planning, succession planning, performance evaluation, equipment and facility maintenance, budgetary analysis, and operational readiness. Responsible for $38 million in property and 547 personnel

�Improved operational readiness through the development and implementation of mass casualty, disaster and emergency response training and procedural plans

�Reduced labor expense 75%; cut hazardous waste disposal requirements by 80% and improvedelectrical power support 35%

�Coordinated and negotiated contracts with DOD and external agencies in excess $10,000,000.

�Planned and facilitated a risk assessment safety program affecting 8,000 personnel resulting in zero accidents for 12 months.

�Change management skills resulted in setting multiple US Army records for efficiency and time

�Maintained a 97% operational readiness rate on vehicles and equipment in wartime conditions.

�Responsible for the development and implementation of a succession training plan resulting in 75 soldiers earning promotable status within 12 months.

Strategic Planning

�Developed long term training plans for 1,250 medical personnel; managed a $65,000 budget and $15,000,000 in assets; and supervised a support staff of 70.

�Developed Long term Safety Support plan of 7500 soldiers adopted as standard procedure for annual Reserve Officers Training Camp

Executive Officer

�Saved $40,000 by conducting a budget analysis and identifying misdirected purchasing; introduced a maintenance program that increased readiness from 18% to 97%.

�Recognized for efforts as Observer Controller for national training rotation

Platoon Leader/Medical Staff Officer

�Directed the activities of a medical / dental team of 30 serving 700 personnel; managed vehicles and equipment valued at $15,000,000.

�Developed an improved medical evacuation process subsequently adopted by unit at National Training Center rotations, resulting in new doctrinal change for future operations.

�Designed combat medic training plan with the highest pass rate in 26 units and lifesaver training that added 50% more certified personnel and reduced re-certification requirements by 75%.

�Instrumental in the transition, training, and operational procedures of new systems and equipment, transforming the organization into the US Army’s first Stryker Combat Brigade

Education

Education
2008 - 2010

MBA

Marylhurst University
1995 - 1999

BS

Portland State University