DISTRICT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 16, 2013
With the purchase by Danaher Corporation, Beckman Coulter has resulted in continual change.
Responsible for the second largest revenue in Life Sciences at Beckman Coulter, developing and enhancing a team environment in seven States with Service, Sales, and Applications. Directly responsible to lead a service team that achieves revenue goals, enhances customer satisfaction levels, and improves operational metrics while enhancing employee’s development. Assisted Management team with Tactical and Strategic operations with clearly defined execution to ensure field readiness. Worked in conjunction to ensure customer satisfaction levels, operational metrics, and revenue enhancements to ensure targets are met. Develop strategies to stop year over year 3% losses due to third party companies and increased annual Service Sales revenue by 6% annually. Key member in developing Asset Management for Beckman Coulter Nationwide including business plan, strategies, pricing, and marketing. Identified over $200,000 in cost savings opportunities by enhancing the Forward Stocking Locations (FSL) for the East Zone. FSL had immediate impact towards customer satisfaction levels, IFO (income from operations), and mean time between failures. Requested by Corporate Management to augment project nationwide and FSL methodology being used for other businesses units globally.
Hem Capital Equipment Consultant (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 4, 2017
Too many internal process that took time away from selling I learned Hematology and Urinalysis technology The management was overbearing and too involved in opportunities The workplace was uninviting for new ideas The hardest part of the job was management and contracting the most enjoyable part of job was working with passionate customers.