Stephen L. Jensen
Executive level position that requires a tremendous amount of leadership skills in the business world. A
position that requires a challenging and creative environment that will utilize my management abilities.
Particularly interested in Marketing Management, Advertising, Public Relations and recruiting skills.
April 2007 to Present
Sales Manager, Operation, Human Resource Manager
Started with Dan Marshall when his company had four stores and helped grow the company to what it
is today. I have worked very hard in this company and have a real responsibility for its success.
June 2001 to March 2007
Indirect Sales Manager
Responsible for Supervising 9 Indirect Account Executives, covering Missouri & Kansas.
Wolf Camera (Formerly Kodak Fox Photo)
November 1997 to June 2001
District Sales Manager
Edison Brothers Shoe Stores, Inc.
July 1965 to October 1997
Salesperson from July 1965 to January 1966
Assistant Manager from February 1966 to January 1972
Manager from February 1972 to November 1978
Regional Manager from December 1978 to June 1989
Supervised 24 retail stores with annual sales of 9 million dollars. Oversee 250 employees from
Entry level to upper management. Responsible for all sales results, recruiting, training of people. Merchandise communication information skills for merchandise departments for the stores
Divisional Sales Manager (Western United States) from July 1989 to October 1997
Supervised 115 retail stores with annual sales of 49 million dollars. Supervised 7 Regional Managers
For California, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, Idaho and Utah.
Fully responsible and accountable for profit loss, payroll and 685 employees of all levels.
Elected Vice President, February 1990
Utah State University, Logan, Utah
Major, Business Management
Courses Completed for Business Specialization:
October 1981 - Time Management
June 1984 – EBSS Business Seminar, Southern Illinois University
Cooperative Education Representative:
Southwest Missouri State University
Southern Illinois University