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Jeff Kortman

3617 W. LeMarche Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85053 Phone: 602-397-0580 E-Mail: Jdkortma@asu.edu

Objective
To show integrity, responsibility, and a strong work ethic to customers and also my coworkers. My goal is to be productive with the instructions given to me. I aspire to work hard and show that I am a diligent worker.

Experience
High School Football Coach

June 2013– Present

I am a position coach in charge of running drills and preparing my players to play in games. March 2013 – Present

Experience Leader

I work for Boosterthon FunRun which is an elementary school fundraising program which provides fitness, leadership, and character lessons, while also raising the school funds I also handle large amounts of money. At the end of the program, up to $50,000 will be donated. I handle cash, checks, and online donations which all gets organized in an online sorting system June 2009 – December 2012

Driver/ Warehouse Manager

Driver for Kortman Electric in the summers of 2009 to 2012; I delivered material to job sites from distribution companies and the warehouse. I communicated with project managers and foremen in order to receive the right materials that they needed I was in charge of cleaning, organizing, and also keeping inventory in the warehouse

Education
Arizona State University January 2014- Present Working to attain a Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management. I am on track to graduate in the spring of 2016. Grand Canyon University January 2013-December 2013

Attended Grand Canyon for two semesters. I took classes ranging from marketing to accounting. I decided to transfer to ASU because they had a major that interested me more than just business management. University of Redlands August 2012-December 2012

Took a rigorous coursework of Integrated Calculus, English 100, Spanish 101, and a First Year Seminar required by all freshmen. Due to financial reasons, I was no longer able to attend University of Redlands and will be attending Grand Canyon University. Northwest Christian School August 2008 – May 2012

Graduated high school with a 3.84 g.p.a. My coursework ranged from psychology to weight lifting. I also was a member of the National Honors Society. I played varsity football sophomore, junior, and senior year. I also played varsity soccer all four years. I was captain of both teams my senior year.

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Skills
     Good with computers, I worked in data entry and became familiarized with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word. Fast and efficient typist, like I mentioned before, I have worked with computers and took a couple of computer classes in high school. Strong work ethic, I have developed a strong work ethic because I have worked since I was fifteen, I also balanced two sports while being in high school. Responsible, as a high school varsity coach, I am responsible to equip my players with the knowledge and help improve their skills to help win games. Strong math skills, I have always enjoyed math, I like to work out problems and figure out ways to improve profit. For example, I have always been fascinated how people sell water bottles for $1 each when a case of 24 Arrowhead water bottles from Safeway sells for $2.83 before tax. So if they sell 3 water bottles, they already make their money back. Punctual attendance, I was taught at a young age that if your not 15 minutes early, your late. Handled cash and credit payments, when collecting funds after the fundraiser it all has to be counted. I lead a group of usually five to eight people in order to count sums up to $50,000 in cash, checks, and credit card amounts. Problem solver, while working for Boosterthon FunRun, which is an elementary school fundraiser, I would answer teachers and parents questions and emails. I would problem solve to provide strong customer service.

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