Ernest W. Annable III
An experienced professional with a strong background in project management through analysis, development and implementation of solutions to business operational problems. Broad experience in international business functions.
Years of progressive experience and responsibility with documented success at various organizational levels.
A hands-on professional with a proven record of success.
Can easily break a large project down into smaller pieces, prioritize goals, and work under short deadlines without sacrificing creativity.
Demonstrated record of high performance standards, including attention to schedules, deadlines, budgets and quality work.
Fully bilingual in Spanish and English.
South Florida Workforce; Miami, Florida
REA Career Advisor / Disability & Disaster Preparedness coordinator 11/2004 to 03/2017 Acting as a liaison between the businesses and the community to meet their employment needs. Responsibilities include coordinating activities to identify candidates to fulfill the workforce needs of employers.
Nominated by the Federal government as the most efficient and correct center in the state of Florida and recommended that other states follow suite.
Worked with Unemployment recipients to ensure that their status was in good standing so that they might continue to receive their benefits.
Streamed lined system and got rid of unnecessary obstacles built into programation in order to ensure better performance.
Using my vast professional experience and communication skills, analyze the individual needs of organizations to determine staffing solutions.
Effectively accessing state and federal systems to obtain employment opportunities, and job referrals to the organization’s clients, maintaining an over 40% placement record.
Ample experience in labor market analysis to determine regional business and workforce requirements. Jerry Leigh Guatemala Inc.; Guatemala City, Guatemala General Manager 01/2002 to 08/2004
Responsible for planning and establishing work schedules, assignments, and production sequences, to meet production goals.
As production manager brought company from 2 to 10 million units in production.
Identified problems, diagnosed causes and determined corrective actions.
Directed and coordinated the activities of employees engaged in production or processing of goods.
Calculated labor and equipment requirements and production specifications.
Determined standards, production and rates based on company policy, equipment and labor availability, and workload.
Reviewed operations and accounting records and reports to determine the feasibility of production estimates and evaluated production.
Actively conferred with subordinates to resolve problems, complaints, and grievances.
Read and analyzed charts, work orders, or production schedules to determine production requirements.
Maintained operations data, such as time, production, and cost records and prepared management reports.
Recommended and implemented measures to motivate employees and improve production methods, equipment performance, product quality, and overall efficiency. Ernest Annable III Page 2
Phoe International, S.A; Guatemala
Owner 02/1995 to 01/2002
Supervised and coordinated the activities of workers engaged in sewing, pressing and inspecting garments in garment department of manufacturing establishment.
Proactively inspected work for adherence to specifications.
Trained workers in operation of machines and equipment.
Studied production schedules and estimated worker-hour requirements for completion of job assignments.
Instructed and enforced company policies to workers and safety regulations.
Interpreted specifications, blueprints and job orders to workers and assigned duties.
Established and adjusted work procedures to meet production schedules, using extensive knowledge of capacities of machines and equipment.
Implemented changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of shop, department and work crew.
Effectively implemented a strict machine and equipment maintenance schedule to avoid malfunctions and minimize production shutdown.
Other Employment Experience:
Oak Hill Sportswear, Guatemala; Director of Operations;1993-1996
Leslie Fay Company, Guatemala; Director of Operations; 1990-1993
Action Fashion, Dominican Republic; General Manager; 1986-1990
Jerell of Texas, Dominican Republic; Director of Offshore Manufacturing; 1980-1986 Technology Expertise:
Windows; Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint); Project Management tools
Telecommunications (Modems), PC's
University of Arecibo; Puerto Rico, Associate Degree in Business Administration
University of Kentucky, Industrial Engineer
Tier 1 - Florida Workforce Professional Certification.
Specialized training, conferences and workshops in Project Management, Quality Assurance, Employee Evaluation and Motivation, Time Management, and Crisis Management. Veteran:
U.S. Air Force. Served at Overseas Posts; Honorably Discharged.