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Amanda Nacci - Freelance Photo Editing & Print Ad Design
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401, Rhode Island, United States
Wendy Blackburn - Freelance Graphic Design & Print Ad Design
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Cranston, Rhode Island, United States

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Jeff Balcer - Freelance Photography & Sports Photography
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I have been an avid photographer for the past 25 plus years. I see life through my lens. A photograph shouldn't just be something to look at, It should tell a story.When you have me shoot your memories, they will last a lifetime.My services are based on the belief that my customers' needs are of the utmost importance. I am committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentae of my business is from repeat customers and referrals. I would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry. Look at my photos, tell me what you think. Thank you
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Walter Schroeder - Freelance Proposal Writing & Project Management
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NAME: Walter R. Schroeder TITLE: Program Manager/Proposal Manager EDUCATION: Academic: MBA, Finance/Accounting, Owen Graduate School of Management – Vanderbilt University - Nashville, TN; 1984 BA, Economics, Muskingum College - New Concord, OH; 1982 Professional: Lockheed Martin Qualified Program Manager, May 2000 EXPERIENCE SUMMARY: Mr. Schroeder has almost twenty-eight years’ experience in financial, proposal, and performance management. Over eighteen of these years has been focused on various aspects of IT IDIQ contracts. He has performed these duties in a variety of locations - off-site, on-site, and international. He led teams of technical and functional analysts in developing data analytic solutions. He led teams of system and financial analysts to automate complex business processes and ensured that they complied with Government financial standards. He has also managed all aspects of IDIQ task order proposal, cost and accounting processes. His unique blend of programmatic, financial, management and information systems experience allows him to grasp interrelationships between various customer requirements and automation solutions readily and easily. EXPERIENCE DETAILS: Digital Prospectors Corporation, 124 W First Street, Dayton, OH Jul 2012 – Present From July 2012 to the present, Mr. Schroeder has been a Program Manager/Account Manager for Digital Prospectors Corporation (DPC). In this role, Mr. Schroeder prepares proposal responses, manages federal sector contracts, and markets services to potential clients. He also manages the overall performance of DPC federal contracts in the Dayton, OH region. Since his start, Mr. Schroeder has led the identification, development, and submission of over a dozen IT proposals for DPC. These have been under GSA, Full and Open, and prime subcontract opportunities and efforts. Mr. Schroeder also led the identification of new potential teaming relationships with other government contractors. As a result of his proposal work, Mr. Schroeder has grown the number of successful contract teaming relationships in the Dayton, OH region for DPC from one to five and led the firm in the capture of almost $2M of new business with another $3-$4M pending contract award. Evanhoe & Associates, Inc., 5089 Norman Blvd., Dayton, OH Mar 2010 – Jun 2012 From March 2010 to the June 2012, Mr. Schroeder was Vice-President of Federal Sector business for Evanhoe & Associates, Inc, a local 8(a) government contractor. In this role, Mr. Schroeder led the proposal process from cradle to grave (identification, preparation, submission, and negotiation). During his tenure, Mr. Schroeder led the development and submission of over 25 competitive and 8(a) set-aside proposal efforts. Mr. Schroeder also managed federal sector contracts, and marketed services to potential clients. Mr. Schroeder was the Program Manager for the Global Force Management – Data Initiative (GFM-DI) and Logistics, Installations, and Mission Support – Enterprise View (LIMS-EV) data warehouse development activities for Evanhoe as well as the project lead for the Department of Commerce Office of General Counsel’s Electronic Data Management System (EDMS) effort. During his tenure as Vice-President of Federal Sector business at Evanhoe, the company grew its federal business from $2M to over $7M annually. Mr. Schroeder also led efforts to improve Evanhoe’s software development processes and capabilities as well as government contracting management processes. As Program Manager for the GFM-DI effort, Mr. Schroeder led the Evanhoe team to excellent CPAR ratings including a final “All Excellents” rating for the performance period just prior to his departure. Wild Goose Enterprise, Inc. Jul 2007 – Present Since July of 2007 and in parallel with this work at Lockheed Martin and subsequent firms, Mr. Schroeder also performed proposal consulting support and data management support for local Dayton, OH businesses. Mr. Schroeder supported proposal efforts for four different IT contractors, two of whom (Digital Prospectors Corporation and Evanhoe & Associates, Inc.) hired him for full-time proposal and program management support. Mr. Schroeder supported proposal efforts for such efforts as: help desk and on-site computer support for various automotive dealerships, SBIR solicitation response for a local IT firm, a successful STARS II (GSA IDIQ GWAC contract) proposal response, and some 25-30 other IT proposals in support of Government contracts or prime contractor subcontracts. In his role Mr. Schroeder worked at all levels in these organizations in preparing proposal material and responses as well as establishing some initial proposal processes in several instances. Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems & Solutions, Fairborn, OH Oct 2004 – Mar 2010 From February 2008 to March 2010, Mr. Schroeder was the Deputy Capture Manager for the Global Combat Support System – Air Force (GCSS-AF) 2 recompete activity. In this role, Mr. Schroeder has provided proposal direction, guidance, and product in all dimensions of the recompete activity; strategy, RFI and other interim proposal responses, costing, and detailed proposal responses. From October 2004 to February 2008, Mr. Schroeder was the Program Manager, Dayton Operations for the LM Global Combat Support System – Air Force (GCSS-AF) Data Services. As Program Manager, Mr. Schroeder played an instrumental role in the successful capture of over $30M of new contract business for the GCSS-AF Data Services program. Mr. Schroeder served as the Development Program Manager of the GCSS-AF Data Services effort. In this role, Mr. Schroeder was responsible for responding to request for development proposals, ensuring that current development activities are accomplished in a timely manner and efficient cost, and setting customer expectations to development products. In his role on GCSS-AF Data Services, Mr. Schroeder was responsible for multiple (over 60) data warehouse capability development activities. Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems & Solutions April 2004 – Sept. 2004 From April of 2004, Mr. Schroeder has been providing proposal management and subcontract program management support for LM UK’s Merlin Capability Sustainment Plus (MCSP) programme. As Proposal Manager, Mr. Schroeder prepared and submitted a proposal response for the Merlin Training System Assessment Phase effort on the MCSP programme. Mr. Schroeder also is providing support to the Independent Non-Advocate Review (INAR) of the MCSP Demonstration and Manufacture (D&M) proposal. As Subcontract Program Manager, Mr. Schroeder has been running the source selection for the suppliers for the Merlin Training System for the MCSP program. Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems & Solutions Nov. 2003 – March 2004 From November of 2003, Mr. Schroeder was the Transition Manager for Lockheed Martin’s bid for the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) Defence Information Infrastructure (DII). In this role, he was responsible for defining and planning all aspects of the transition of legacy systems/contracts in our DII proposal response. He defined transition roles, responsibilities, and deliverables. He also presented the LM transition strategy to the MoD during the negotiation process and continued to research legacy system/contract information as part of this role. Lockheed Martin Systems Integration - Owego April 2003 – Oct. 2003 From April of 2003, Mr. Schroeder was the Proposal Manager for Lockheed Martin’s bids for the UK National Health Service (NHS) National Programme for IT (NpfIT). In this role, Mr. Schroeder was responsible for managing all aspects of the bid efforts. He defined proposal response parameters and guidelines, developed win strategies, performed required internal proposal reviews, as well as other proposal actions as defined by the NHS. The NpfIT consisted of three separate proposals running concurrently with a combined multi-billion dollar contract value. Mr. Schroeder managed a proposal team number up to 80 individuals supporting the effort in both the UK and US and from several different locations within the UK. Lockheed Martin Systems Integration - Owego Sept. 1996 – Mar. 2003 From November of 2000, Mr. Schroeder was the Program Manager of the Lockheed Martin Indianapolis facility. In this capacity, Mr. Schroeder was responsible for all performance, proposal, and managerial aspects of the Indianapolis facility. In addition to all the roles and responsibilities he had as the Indianapolis Business Manager, Mr. Schroeder had the authority to make the performance, financial, and managerial decisions with respect to the contracts administered by the Indianapolis facility. Prior to his becoming Program Manager, Mr. Schroeder served as the Business Manager for the Indianapolis facility since September of 1996. This involved the coordination and responding to customer requests for proposals; the maintenance of subcontract relationships; the marketing of LMSI-O to customers; responsibility for day to day operations of the Indianapolis Program Management Office (PMO); measurement and maintenance of successful facility financial performance; and development of new business opportunities. He performed this role in four major business areas: DFISS contract, DCII contract, State Government contracts, and Adminstar implementation services. A description of the activities and accomplishments in each area follows: From Sept. 1996, he has served as the Business Manager for the Defense Financial Integrated Systems Services (DFISS) contract with the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) As Business Manager, he was responsible for coordinating and responding to customers requests for proposals; maintaining subcontractor relationships; and responding to task order performance issues. He had responded to over fifty requests for proposals; maintained solid relationships with over twenty-five subcontractors; and assisted in the growth of the DFISS contract from $0 to an average of over $5M per year. From July of 1998, he served as the Business Manager for several State Government contracts. This new business area was developed and captured primarily by Mr. Schroeder. He served as the Designated Contractor Representative for the Commonwealth of Kentucky Systems Application Development Programming Services contract. In this capacity he was responsible for coordinating and responding to customers requests for proposals; maintaining subcontractor relationships; and the marketing of LMSI-O capabilities to Commonwealth agencies. He was also serving as the Business Manager in support of the two contracts in place with the State of Indiana. In this capacity he was responsible for coordinating and responding to customers requests for proposals; maintaining subcontractor relationships; and the marketing of LMSI-O capabilities to Indiana agencies. He was also the Business Manager for smaller State Government contracts with the Kansas Social and Rehabilitation Services agency; Kansas Department of Revenue; and the State of Missouri IT security support contract. He responded responded to over two hundred requests for proposals; maintained solid relationships with over forty subcontractors; and assisted in the growth of the State Government contracts from $0 to $16M awarded to date. From July of 1999 through September 2001, he served as the Business Manager for the DFAS Corporate Information Infrastructure (DCII) contract with the Defense Finance and Accounting Service. As Business Manager, he was responsible for coordinating and responding to customer’s requests for proposals; maintaining subcontractor relationships; and responding to task order performance issues. He responded to eight requests for proposals; maintained solid relationships with over fifteen subcontractors; and assisted in the growth of the DCII contract from $0 to $7M awarded. From August of 1999 through December of 2001, he served as the Business Manager for our Administer implementation services to commercial clients. This effort grew from Administer support services LMSI-O was providing DFAS. ITC Learning, the COTS supplier, thought enough of LMSI-O’s performance to ask Lockheed Martin to be an implementation provider for commercial clients. This work was primarily with Michelin, Inc. as well as some miscellaneous ITC Learning support. As Business Manager, he was responsible for mentoring and developing the customer relationship with ITC Learning; respond to customer requests for proposals; and development of new client opportunities. He assisted in the growth of this business from $0 to $300K awarded. Lockheed-Martin Federal Systems; Owego NY Mar 1994 - Sept. 1996 IBM Federal Systems Company; Owego, NY Sept. 1993 - Mar 1994 As Lead Pricing Analyst, led a team of financial analysts in the start-up of the Lockheed Martin Federal Systems off-site facility in support of the SBIS program in Springfield, VA. He was responsible for the integration of existing Lockheed Martin Federal Systems financial tools and systems within the defined SBIS infrastructure. He was responsible for the tailoring of Lockheed Martin Federal Systems proposal costing tools and systems for the task order requirements of the SBIS contract, working with customer principals in creating reports and presentations that aided the task order negotiation process. As Lead Pricing Analyst, created the internal reporting structure for the SBIS DOD-wide IDIQ product ordering system. Utilizing the existing tools and infrastructure, He created the procedures and practices to report on the performance of over 500 IDIQ delivery orders on a monthly basis. He incorporated relevant trend analysis data to aid in the identification and resolution of cost performance issues. Mr. Schroeder prepared, supported, and negotiated the costing of over 50 SBIS IDIQ task order proposals. He defined the cost presentation in response to the customer statement of work, presented the rationale and support for the proposed effort, and supported the negotiation of the task orders. In addition, he proposed, supported, and negotiated the addition of over 1,200 SBIS infrastructure COTS hardware/software products to the SBIS contract. He prepared price reasonableness data when compared to other IDIQ contract ordering vehicles for contracting officer use. IBM Federal Systems Company; Owego NY Jan 1991 - Aug 1993 As Lead Pricing Analyst, provided lead task order proposal costing for Lockheed Martin Federal System’s (LMSI-O) Federal System Integration (FSI) business area. Mr. Schroeder prepared, supported, and negotiated over 100 IDIQ task order proposals as well as over 10 IDIQ base contract proposals. He tailored existing Lockheed Martin Federal Systems proposal costing tools to the labor category, quick turnaround IDIQ task order environment. He led a team of four pricing analysts in support of Federal Systems Integration proposals. As Lead Pricing Analyst, Mr. Schroeder also provided financial system development support for Lockheed Martin Federal System’s $2B UK Merlin Programme for a six month period. He defined financial reporting requirements based on existing US-based systems, analyzed existing IBM-UK based systems and tools, and supported the development activities of a hybrid US/IBM-UK financial reporting system. As Pricing Analyst, developed a proposal costing system in support of an Umbrella II contract IDIQ task orders. This system provided the subcontractor labor hour visibility required by the contract vehicle but not available in the Lockheed Martin Federal Systems proposal costing system at the time. As a Pricing Analyst, Mr. Schroeder was the pricer for the A-12 termination proposals. This major program termination required detailed investigation as to FAR procedures and requirements with respect to terminations. As a result of this experience, he came to be consulted by various personnel regarding the aspects of contract terminations. IBM Federal Systems Company; Owego, NY Jan 1988 - Dec 1990 As PFC Analyst, provided cost and performance reporting for several major aerospace contracts. Mr. Schroeder assisted program management personnel in translating financial data for measurement purposes and aided in the identification and containment of cost control problem areas. He provided cost and performance reporting for the A-12 contract, a major processor contract with significant cost overruns and performance challenges. He was a key player in providing cost analysis and information to “make the best of a bad situation”. He also provided cost and performance reporting support for several 4Pi processor programs. IBM Federal Systems Company; Owego, NY Jan 1985 - Dec 1987 As a Cost Analyst, costed the value of hardware equipment built at Lockheed Martin Federal Systems Owego facility. Mr. Schroeder identified and resolved hardware cost errors, reconciled the internal ledger system to the internal hardware cost reporting system, and reported hardware costs and estimates-to-complete for the E3A program, S3B program, Tomahawk program, and others.
Dayton, Ohio, United States
Bronwen Weston-Green - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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EDUCATION University of Cape Town ? 1996 • Bachelor of Business Science Honours in Information Systems ? Received Class medal for Management Science 1995 ? Placed on Dean’s merit list 1993, 1995, 1996 ? Received Harry Allschwang Scholarship 1993 – 1996 ? Graduated with Second Class Division One Honours Fairbairn College ? 1992 • A Aggregate with 4 Distinctions SKILLS • For the past 5 years, I have worked from home. I work well on my own, and am focused and motivated. I work well in an environment with little or no supervision, and am able to complete tasks efficiently and within specified deadlines. • I learn quickly, and am able to perform new tasks well. • I have great attention to detail, and can perform administrative tasks well. • I also have an excellent command of the English language and have experience in Proof reading and editing. EXPERIENCE Mathematics tutor ? 2009 – 2011 • Responsible for tutoring one student in Mathematics through Grades 10, 11 and 12 Medical practice administrator and accounting support ? 2010 – 2011 • Ensuring correctness and completeness of doctor’s records • Creating patient accounts from the written records • This position required a high degree of attention to detail. It was a work from home position which required self-motivation and efficiency. Owner and manager of a small cleaning business ? 2007 - 2010 • My leadership skills were developed through managing a team of between 5 and 10 staff members (depending on business activity levels) • As the sole owner of the business, I was responsible for all decision making. • Scheduling jobs and liaising with clients • I produced the financial records using a computerized bookkeeping package called Omni accounts • I tracked payments, and managed debtors • As this business was involved in rendering a service to multiple clients, a big part of my responsibility was to ensure the quality of the service provided. This business provided me with the opportunity to hone my bookkeeping skills. My interpersonal skills were improved as a result of the time I spent interacting with customers and staff. Part time Systems development ? 2004 - 2006 • I analysed and designed a computer system for Rawson City Bowl to help agents keep track of their various clients and contact that they had with those people. Lecturer in Information systems ? 2000 - 2004 • Lecturer at Boston City Campus and ITI • I lectured their NCC accredited course in Information systems. • I was responsible for lecture preparation, based on the course materials, setting and marking tests. The classes contained between 15 and 20 students. Part time Bookkeeping 1994 - 1999 • World Wide Maritime – Pastel accounting • Marine and Refrigeration Engineering – Pastel accounting • Boston Computer Schools – first Brilliant account, later Pastel accounting Information systems developer ? 1997 - 2000 • Lewis stores - Jan 1997 – June 1998 ? I was involved in Business systems development in Powerbuilder and Delphi ? Systems development using Object oriented principles and a relational database ? I joined this team as a junior programmer, but was involved in all aspects of development including Database design, Systems analysis and design and programming • Fairheads international trust company - July 1998 – May 2000 ? I was involved in the upgrade of the systems from Clipper into Delphi ? Much of the time that I was there I spent on the reporting functionality of the system. ? I was also jointly responsible for general hardwareand software support to the entire company
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Ellen Kudrnac - Freelance Proposal Writing & Grant Writing
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I'm a seasoned proposal writer, with over 16 years of experience in the field. My scope of expertise is far reaching, with success in the areas of art, health care, workforce development, secondary and higher education, environmental, and integrative medicine. I've procured government, corporate, and foundation grants. I view myself as an architect of ideas and words, one who takes the proposal writing process from the conceptual to the concrete. Whether I am working with one individual or a large, cross-disciplinary, collaborative team, my approach is the same. I help to articulate the statement of need, vision, program development, goals, objectives, and budget (if requested) and transform all of this into a well written, compelling proposal. I thrive on this process, and I have been told I have a “gift” for doing this type of work. Additionally, I am detail-oriented, adhere to deadlines, exhibit grace under fire, and appreciate a good sense of humor.
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Kris Nelson - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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I wrote for the Linn Benton Community College newspaper in Albany, Oregon, interviewing music artists and reviewing music for about six months. As well, I started my own website called music matters. Using this site to post music reviews and interviews that I had done. This included an interview with bay area hip hop artist Equipto, q and a's with local rock and metal groups throughout Oregon, CD reviews of artists locally and nationwide, and older articles I re-posted from the college newspaper.
Albany, Oregon, United States
Sheena Provan - Freelance Business Consulting & Project Management
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Skills summary * Over 11 years experience shaping, overseeing and delivering high-profile programmes of work across a wide range of project methodologies * Designing creative, collaborative and tailored processes * Shaping and delivering effective organisational strategies across a broad range of sectors * Building long lasting client relationships, at all levels * Managing and motivating teams and individuals * New business development – developing opportunities, new business strategies, proposals and pitches * Communications – creating and delivering rich communication strategies, visual presentation and product materials, negotiations, presenting and facilitating workshops Career history ?Nike Consultant June 2013 – Jan 2015 Portland, US Consultant within the digital Consumer Profile Team at Nike. My role often changed depending on the challenges at the time • Communication strategies and practices • Change management • Developing internal processes and ways of working • Managing specific programs of work and initiatives • Market research and industry analysis • Integrating design and user experience practices into the engineering and product development processes • Creating engaging presentation and communication materials and tools... My last task was setting up and managing the Product Adoption Program • Managing and building stakeholder relationships across the organisation • Raising awareness of the portfolio of products and services available • Working with Senior Leadership, Product and Engineering teams to improve our products and how customers consume them • Managing enjoyable, effective and long lasting integrations • Helping to develop our internal communications, consultative services and product materials ?• Developing scheduling, tracking and reporting processes and tools WilsonFletcher http://www.wilsonfletcher.com Program Director November 2007 - February 2013 London, UK Programme Director | October 2011 - Present Programme Manager | July 2010 – October 2011 Project Manager | November 2007 – July 2010 I was at WilsonFletcher for over 5 years. I initially started as a Project Manager, then went onto to become the Programme Manager and then the Programme Director. As Programme Director across the London and Sydney offices I was responsible for new business development, senior account management and the execution and delivery of programmes - making sure we always delivered high-quality outcomes, making sure it was an enjoyable experience for all and building long lasting relationships with our clients. I worked with all of the team members (designers, engineers, researchers, strategists, operations...) to develop effective, creative, collaborative and quick to market methods. I looked after a talented Project management team who managed large and often complex strategy, design, user insight and new product development programmes, for various high-profile international clients - including organisations such as, News Corporation, News International, Bauer, EMAP, IPC, BT, Dennis Publishing, Experian, WGSN, Local Government, Cap Gemini, Which? and many more. Key responsibilities: • Shaping and overseeing the execution and delivery of the programmes of work • Senior Account Management • Building strong client relationships and opportunities • New business development. Sourcing new opportunities, writing proposals and presenting at pitches • Creating and managing tailored programmes (ranging across Agile, Lean, Waterfall and various Rapid methodologies) • Managing and developing the project management team • Managing large full life cycle projects - from conception to delivery • Developing engaging, visual and effective programme materials and tools - tailored to the customers • Supporting digital strategy and product development • Presenting, facilitating meetings and running workshops • Financial tracking, managing budgets and reporting! ? Key Achievement: I successfully managed and designed the user experience and service design stream for an exciting new digital product we were developing for one of our large international publishing clients. This was a multi-platform, ground-breaking product involving very high-profile senior stakeholders. We had a design and strategy budget of 1.8 million. I worked with the senior stakeholders and teams in the London and New York offices to help gain buy-in and shape the final product. We received a lot of praise and great feedback about the programme and the product itself. This opportunity came about from a recommendation following a previous project I managed for the client so it was great to be able to do more with them. Royal Society of the Protection of Birds (RSPB) http://www.rspb.org.uk/ ??Intranet Manager July 2005 - October 2007 Bedford, UK Intranet Manager | June 2006 – October 2007 Intranet Co-Ordinator | July 2005 – June 2006 !As the Intranet Manager of the RSPB I helped launch and went on to manage the first ever intranet within the company. I managed the day-to-day running of the site, its growth, projects and promotion. As the first intranet it faced many political challenges so a large proportion of my time was spent on promotion and finding new ways it could benefit the business – this led to taking on a lot of the internal communications and working closely with departments to improve their ways of working. Key responsibilities: • Managing the day-to-day running and development of the site • Managing the Content Management System and all of the content for the site • Line-Managing the Junior Editor • Managing the ongoing PR and external networks • Managing project developments including taking briefs and arranging editorial, design and infrastructure resources to deliver creative solutions • Budget management, including forecast, allocation and expenditure • Promoting and increasing internal usage to meet benchmark targets • Building and developing key relationships with stakeholders • Management and training of authors • Sourcing, editing and creating written content to usability and brand standards • Facilitating usability workshops and testing ! ? Key Achievement: Within the first year of launching the intranet, global usability consultants Nielsen Norman Group listed us as one of the top ten intranets in the world for 2007. We were the only intranet in the UK that made it into the top ten, and being listed alongside companies such as Microsoft, National Geographic and Infosys was a massive achievement for our small team of four. Our success led to my being invited to talk at conferences and visit other charities like WWF to provide advice and help them develop their intranets. Department for Education and Skills (DfES) Communications and Information Manager September 2002 - May 2005 London, UK Communications and Information Manager, Improving Behaviour and Attendance Division | October 2003 - May 2005 Deputy Ministerial Correspondence Manager, Private Office | September 2002 - October 2003 Communications and Information Manager I looked after the key communications channels and the flow of information for the Improving Behaviour and Attendance Department, including responsibility for ensuring our division met the Whitehall targets for handling responses to the public, No.10 and MPs. Key responsibilities: • Managing key communications channels - correspondence systems, conferences, events, website and pilot projects • Troubleshooting throughout the division to create and deliver communications solutions, e.g. conferences, networking, negotiating deadlines and resolving case work issues with key external and internal stakeholders • Co-ordinating and contributing to briefings, parliamentary questions, ministerial replies and correspondence with the public to meet Whitehall targets and standards • Project managing a pilot project to centralise all correspondence to Runcorn and improve time and costs performance • Forecasting, measuring expenditure, and reporting on Divisions budget • Managing the divisions internal communications to improve performance and cross-team working • Facilitating workshops and training teams on quality written communications to !the public Key achievement: Our division was one of a few that were asked to pilot moving the handling of customers and MPs policy queries to a central team in Runcorn. I held training workshops and worked closely with the internal managers and Runcorn teams to come up with a process that still maintained a high-quality service, but was a more efficient process. The processes I came up with and the day-to-day management worked so well that we were highlighted as the benchmark division and the pilot was successfully rolled out across central government using our processes. Deputy Ministerial Correspondence Manager The role of our team was to ensure all incoming correspondence from the public and MPs were replied to by the correct policy team and Minister to Whitehall standards. As the Deputy Manager I was also responsible for managing the team and office while the overall manager was away. Key tasks: • Managing and negotiating responses and deadlines with MPs’ offices, Ministers’ offices and policy staff to meet Ministers’ preferences and Whitehall-set targets • Producing performance reports for Whitehall, Ministers’ offices and Senior Private Office Managers • Building key stakeholder relationships to improve efficiency and quality of responses • Helping manage and develop a team of seven Ministerial Correspondence Officers • Managing ‘Machinery of Government’ changes - where Government policies and Ministers change at very short notice Pensions Officer, Benefits Agency Bedford February 2001 – September 2002 Telephone Fundraiser and Coach, Pell and Bales, Bedford October 1999 – February 2001 Temp in customer service roles telesales, retail and admin roles April 1998 – October 1999 Education St Martin’s College of Art and Design, London, 2011 Art Direction short course - A Open University, Online Study, 2005 - 2007 Various humanities and arts short courses - D – B’s Hastingsbury Upper School, Bedford, 1994 - 1998 GCSEs: Art and Design (Graphic Design) - A Maths, English Literature, English Language, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Art – C Engineering - D
Portland, Oregon, United States
Daviddriscoll - Freelance Logo Design & T-Shirt Design
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$40
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I am a graffiti /street artist / sign installer offering visual enhancement to your business. I offer a wide range of artistic solutions ranging from a simple design or logo to large scale mural projects and events.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Stuart Day - Freelance Digital Art & Anime Art
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Art is how I express myself. For me, it is not just a career; it is a passion. Art, of all forms, moves and inspires our world and I hope one day mine will do the same. You can see more at my work here: http://stuartday.tumblr.com
Hollywood, California, United States