The following is a reverse chronological progression:

1998-2005 American Recycling & Manufacturing (ARM), Rochester, NY
  Director of Business Development and Marketing (2000-5)

As the Director of Development and Program Marketing, I led one local and four remote facility managers in the proto-typing, perfecting and sustaining of working business opportunities based on ARM’s Closed Loop Reverse Logistics model. Primary responsibilities included: teaching and coaching of facility managers, providing coordination and communication tools, ensuring team development and problem-solving, relationship building (inside and outside), establishing action items, removing barriers, and monitoring accomplishments. To further serve in this effort, I also acted as the Network Administrator, managing all software and hardware for a Windows2003 server network with (25) local and three remote VPN clients.

I led a team of facility managers in the proto-typing, perfecting and sustaining of business opportunities. Primary responsibilities included: teaching and coaching of facility managers, providing coordination and communication tools, ensuring team development and problem-solving, relationship building (inside and outside), establishing action items, removing barriers, and monitoring accomplishments. To further serve in this effort, I also acted as the Network Administrator, managing all software and hardware for a Windows2003 server network with (25) local and (3) remote VPN clients.
Discovered, designed, prototyped and implemented business opportunities for a multi-location business serving Fortune 500 companies. Multiple collateral corporate responsibilities including CRM/CVM, direct B2B customer liaison, relationship troubleshooter.
  Division Manager (Distribution & Warehousing) and  (2005)
  Division Manager (Returnable Transport Packaging) (2005)
In January of 2005 ARM reorganized our flagship facility into (4) divisions. I added the responsibilities of the position of Division Manager – Distribution Division. In March I was also asked to assume leadership of another division, adding the job title of Division Manager – Returnable Transport Packaging Division. As such, I was responsible for P&Ls of (2) divisions with sales of $2.5+M annually. I inherited (18) employees who were organized in a flat structure. After a short “work-in” period I re-organized each division into (2) teams, with each team having (2) or (3) customer-specific production cells. I selected cell and team leaders and began training them, introduced concepts of balanced authority and accountability, communication flow, and servant leadership principles. We also implemented LEAN principles of manufacturing, eliminating all customer backorders, causing our primary customer to comment that service and standards of performance have never been higher.
I was responsible for P&Ls of (2) divisions. I re-organized each division into teams, with each having customer specific production cells. We implemented LEAN principles of manufacturing, eliminating all customer backorders, causing our primary customer to comment that service and standards of performance have never been higher.
Active duty recall Marine for Life Program (Western NY Coordinator)
Active Duty (5/03 – 3/04) & Reserve (5/04 -5/09)
As the Buffalo Home Town Link for the Marine Corp’s Marine for Life Program, I served as a community resource, personal point of contact and liaison for Marines transitioning from active duty back to civilian life in the western New York region. Activities included networking military, community and private resources to assist Marines with their transition, particularly connecting military friendly employers with returning veterans. From mid-2003 to early 2004 I accepted ADSW orders, moving from the IRR to active duty in order to assist with program start-up. From that time until May of 2009 I continued to serve this activity as a reservist as part of a USMC IMA detachment, until returning to the IRR.
As the Buffalo Home Town Link for the Marine Corp’s Marine for Life Program I served as a community resource and liaison for Marines transitioning from active duty back to civilian life. Activities included networking military, community and business resources and hiring managers to assist Marines with their transition.
  Systems Manager (1998-9)