Jason S. Hill 859-***-******* **** ****, *********, ********
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Dedicated and self-motivated individual offering a solid educational background in business and mathematical economics, with extensive hands on experience in quality customer services, general office administration, and inventory control practices.
Excellent communication, organization, and time management skills. Strong multi-tasking abilities, needing little or no supervision. Work well both independently and as a contributing member of the team. Proven record of achievement in reducing cost, streamlining operational efficiencies, and generating long term customer commitments through superior customer service.
Proficient in Windows 98/XP/Vista, Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) and the Internet
University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky December 2008
Bachelors of Science in Mathematical Economics: Emphasis in Linear/Dynamic Economics and Cost Analysis
Business Administration, Public Economics, International Economics, Statistical Economics, Logistical Research Methods, Linear Programming, Dynamic Programming, Probability, Problem Solving in Groups, and Econometrics.
Passed Examination P/1 for Actuarial status in September.
Bartender/Bar Trainer/Server/Server Trainer
DeSha’s of Lexington, Lexington, Kentucky March 2003 – Present
Ensure quality customer services and accurate cash transactions behind the main bar and through the main service floor of the downtown restaurant. Perform cleaning and restocking functions, as necessary. Promoted to Trainer for both functions after one year.
Responsible for writing and maintaining training manuals for new employees and assisting in creation of all new menus.
Wrote alcohol training manual for new employees and for alcohol seminars that are held monthly concerning new products such as wine and bourbon.
Responsible for training/mentoring new employees introduced to the staff in bar/serving functions.
United Parcel Service, Lexington, Kentucky May 1998 – August 2000
Assisted in the Supervision of shipping and receiving of all inventory, while maintaining the resting locations of products throughout a large warehouse.
Transported specific items from resting positions in the warehouse to their specific positions on picking lines.
Memorized every zip code throughout the United States necessary for the entire warehouse that enabled me to sort packages easily and efficiently.
Tape World, Huntsville, Alabama May 1994 – May 1996
Assisted Manager in inventory control, basic paperwork, and hiring/firing of employees.
Part-time position that enabled me to work with basic company transactions and useful accounting principles.
Barack Obama Presidential Campaign 2008
Lexington Young Professionals Association 2007-Present
Buffalo Trace Distillery “Bourbon Boot Camp” 2007, 2008
Misty Carlisle, General Manager, DeSha’s of Lexington
Dan Laub, Associate Professor, Gatton School of Business, University of Kentucky
Dr. Robert Molzon, Professor, Mathematical Economics, University of Kentucky
Amanda Madigan, Real Estate Agent, Rector Hayden Realtors
Travis Magee, Mechanical Engineer, Dallas, Texas