John W. Everett, Jr.
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
Field Contract Administrator
CMC, Inc. & Kemron Environmental, Atlanta, Georgia – August 2003 – Present
Prepared contractor daily cost reports via RCMS2000 module.
Prepared project site budget projections via RCMS Cost Projection module.
Developed ad-hoc or custom reports for various stakeholders from RCMS.
Assisted with on-site procurement and subcontracting issues and requirements.
Prepared Contracting Officer consent packages on subcontracts exceeding $100K
Maintained Transportation and Disposal Logs and completed CERCLA reports.
Assisted in packaging and dispatch of samples.
Human Resources Manager
AT&T, Atlanta, Georgia – October 1998 – March 2002
Manage and maintain the human resource database for AT&T. Supported departments at all levels with business reports. Primary liaison between HRIS, Benefits, and Payroll groups. Directly supervised and supported three associates.
Acted as functional expert in the implementation of PeopleSoft modules and other legacy systems. As a member of a corporate wide cross-functional team we were able to improve operating efficiencies by 30% by implementing a user-friendly human resource process tool kit on each manager’s desktop.
Developed ad-hoc queries using Business Objects to ensure the integrity of the Human Resources Database. Recommended additional standard queries all users could access based upon their requirements. These queries resulted in reductions in benefit and payroll administration issues and led to greater employee satisfaction with the HR/Payroll process.
Provided users and other groups with functional knowledge of the HR database and process. Gathered, communicated, and trained users and groups on cross-system data feeds, inputs and outputs, and made recommendations for the ongoing support, documentation, and development of systems.
Improved operating efficiencies by implementing and enhancing the process to mechanically post transactions to the human resource database; resulted in over 50% of the transactions received being processed mechanically.
Integrated more than 60,000 employees from corporate acquisitions or mergers onto the human resource database as part of a cross-functional team. Identified new data requirements and proposed changes to the human resources database structure as recognized Subject Matter Expert (SME).
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Human Resources Specialist
AT&T, Atlanta, Georgia – June 1997 – September 1998
Participated on cross-organizational team to support large volumes of EDCR processing via a mechanical method. This involved the coordination of receipt of spreadsheets translating to different formats, and the scheduling of the script files to update directly to the database.
Troubleshoot correction process for Division Managers to ensure accuracy of Promotion and Merit increases.
Chosen to support the organization on the Web EDCR Team, which processed those EDCR's created via the Web which improved operating efficiencies by 25%.
Assisted the EDCR preparer community with online resolution of error messages.
Provided support on salary calculations.
Coached preparers through the changing EDCR process.
Billing Associate II
AT&T, Atlanta, Georgia – February 1990 – June 1997
Provided Tier I Technical/Provisioning support for email users. Resolving and restoring line traffic for online electronic messaging.
Participated in processes to provide custom invoices for large revenue customers based upon their requirements and reflecting their individual country specific or volume incentive discounts.
Responsible for collection activity on outstanding invoices, customer service and supporting sales efforts in billing inquiries disputes by customers, account reconciliation, filing of Legal Bankruptcy proceedings with courts, placing delinquent account with Collection Agencies.
Developed Methods & Procedures used in the Credit & Collections Department to accurately describe the processes required by company policies and governing laws which aided/assisted the group in performing their daily activities.
Sears and May Company, Orange County, California, April 1978 – November 1989
Facilitated the resolution of credit account billing inquires.
Developed incentive program and coordinated the efforts of the entire store personnel in opening new credit accounts. Developed and implemented an instant credit process. Trained employees on credit extension guidelines.
Reduced losses by three percent by improving the processing of daily state receipts of up to $500K.
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Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia – HR Generalist Certificate
Shorter College, Rome, Georgia – Accelerated degree program in Business Administration and additional studies in Leadership
Washington Community High School, Washington, Illinois – Honor Graduate
Microsoft Windows 95 in Windows NT Environment Trained, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Word, PeopleSoft, Microsoft Outlook, WinAt Scheduler, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Windows 95, Lotus, Harvard Graphics, dBase, ABC Flowchart, Visio, and Adobe PageMaker.
National Incident Management System (NIMS):
Classes including: S100 – IS200 – IS300 – IS400 – IS700 – IS800
OSHA – HAZWOPER 40 Hour and 8 Hour Annual Refreshers – 29 CFR 1910.120 (e)(p)
AT&T School of Business - Frame Relay DC3248, Introduction to ISDN Networking
Principle Centered Leadership Training, Quality Improvement Cycle Training.
Computer training includes: Microsoft Windows NT, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Power Point, Windows, DOS, Pro-Write, Lotus, dBase, Harvard Graphics, and Computer Literacy.
Member of Transition Leadership Team for Work Place of the Future (WPOF)
Member of Quality Circle Committee Quality Improvement Team
Telephone Pioneers Volunteer for various Events and Activities
AT&T Human Resources Star Award for Innovation
AT&T Easylink Living Our Values Award for Teamwork