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Portsmouth, Ontario, K7M, Canada
November 06, 2018

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Rory (John Robert) Warnock **** Princess Street, Unit 57 Kingston ON K7M 7N9 613-***-****

A mature management professional with demonstrable successes in Business Development, Logistics and human resources. The skill set includes coaching, team building, logistics, business development and P&L management. I am fluent in both English and Spanish, and am comfortable in conversational French.

Employment Experience

Program Coordinator Heart & Stroke Foundation Ontario 2017-2018

Program Coordinator for both Jump Rope For Heart and Big Bike

Recruited Elementary schools for the Jump Rope For Heart program, securing a total of 36 participating schools – an increase of 3 over the prior year.

Recruited 40 corporate teams for the Big Bike week in Kingston – an increase of 8 over the prior year.

Developed relationships at the Algonquin Lakeshore Catholic District School Board to further expand school presentation in 2019.

Developed relationships with the Kingston volunteer base, who are an integral part of the administrative support for both of these programs.

Human Resources Manager Universal Supply Group (NAPA) 2013-2016

Provided HR support to a network of 21 branches across Central Ontario

Key requirements included recruiting, interviewing, training, scheduling probationary reviews and coaching or leading 3 Step Discipline

Focused on Health & Safety, and trained and coached the Joint Health & Safety Committee in the main branch/office campus

Investment Advisor and Financial Planner Investment Planning Counsel and Edward Jones 2003-2013

Opened a new office in Kingston; grew the assets from $0 to $16 million.

The key activity was client development and portfolio management while exuding integrity, professionalism and confidentiality.

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Director of Sales and Marketing Bosal Exhaust 1990-2003

Recruited, hired, coached and supervised a sales force of 6 in Canada. Sales grew from $4.5 million in 1990 to just over $18 million in 2003. Growth was realized through increased sales of existing products as well as securing new distributors.

Responsible for the OES distribution channel in the U.S. and Canada. Growth in this channel was the main contributor to overall sales growth. Toyota Canada was the only customer for this channel in 1989. We successfully added Nissan Canada and Nissan U.S., Isuzu U.S., Honda Canada, Mazda Canada and Mazda U.S., and Subaru Canada. Volkswagen was added in all 3 NAFTA markets.

Counselled and advised the Mexican aftermarket team, culminating in being posted to Mexico from 2001-2003. Mexican sales were almost double when I left the firm.

Responsible for multiple distribution channels and several product lines.

Director of Sales and Marketing Carrier Air Conditioning (DS Fraser subsidiary) 1982-1990

Joined the family business, and subsequently was employed and promoted by CAC following their acquisition of the business. DS Fraser distributed HVAC and Refrigeration parts and equipment via a network of 20 branches in Ontario and the Maritimes.

The business was grown from 14 to 20 branches, and sales were doubled.

Sales and Marketing Positions Scott Paper Limited 1975-1982

Joined as a sales representative, was promoted to Sales Supervisor, and then promoted to Brand Manager in the Head Office Marketing group.

Sales Representative Procter & Gamble 1974-1975


Graduated with Honors from Humber College in 1974 in Business Administration

Subsequent courses in conversational French for use in Sales and Marketing presentations

Subsequent courses in sales techniques i.e. Xerox Professional Selling Skills

Subsequent courses in Brand Management and Marketing Accounting

Community Involvement

Kiwanis YMCA football coach 1973 – 1975

Server, Martha’s Table 2007-2009

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