Jameel A. Cook Sr.
832-***-**** (mobile) • firstname.lastname@example.org (email)
Specialize in working people oriented in team surroundings with excellent leadership skills, organizational skills, extreme work ethic, and adept in developing communicative relationships and implementing plans related to job functions. Great back ground in Sales with over 10 years experience in negotiating, fundraising, recruiting, scouting, youth counseling, public speaking, media relations, and community relations.
• Extreme work ethic with the ability to endure and remain consistent
• Excellent comprehension and application skills
• Highly skilled with computers; strong knowledge of Microsoft offices’ Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Tools, Outlook, and Google docs.
• Strong knowledge and practitioner of the “Rule of 45”
• Ability to effectively work and communicate with others.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Excellent Time Management skills.
• Stern yet fair management/supervisory skills.
• Motivating ability to teach, coach, and lead.
• Geographically inclined with knowledge of climate, resource, physical, political, street/road, and topographic maps.
• CPR/AED Adult/Child certified by the American Red Cross, Greater Houston Area Chapter. • Standard First Aid certified by the American Red Cross, Greater Houston Area Chapter. • American Coaches Federation Certification • Negotiated numerous lucrative multi-year contracts with Nike Sports, including shoes and other apparel totaling $100,000.00. • 26 total years of football playing experience on the Pop Warner, high school, collegiate, and professional levels. • Assistant Social Skills Mentor/Counselor at Urbana Middle School, Urbana, IL, 2011; increasing class participation, and decreasing detentions/indoor suspensions. • “Arms of Hope” character football camps, guest celebrity speaker and lead camp coach for 70 Houston area kids. • “GET BIG” Strength and Conditioning Camps for 9-12 grade boys in the Miami-Dade County, FL area, 2008-2009; created funded and supported nonprofit 30 at risk African American and Latino boys teaching them proper weight lifting techniques and fundamentals. • South Miami High School basketball Leadership and Support program 2007-2008; funded uniforms and travel expenses for 14 high school boys allowing them to become 2007-2008 Miami-Dade county District 6-A Champions. • Awarded South Miami High School basketball program Leadership and Support award, 2008-2007. • Founded GCode (Gentlemen’s Code) Inc., Training with a life focus; athletic training supporting and advocating chivalry, proper social skills, and etiquette, created 2011. • School of the Legends member • American Football Coaches Association member • NFL Players Association member • NFL Alumni Association member • Super Bowl XXXVII Champion, 2002. • Tampa Bay Buccaneer Pewter rookie of the year, 2001. • Tampa Bay Buccaneer sixth round NFL draft pick (pick 174), 2001. • Micron PC.ComBowl Champion, 1999. • Earned Full Athletic Scholarship to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1998.
• 2012-present, National Scouting Report (Professional Scout); responsibilities include Business to Consumer Sales; locating and enrolling qualified students to the NSR program; aggressively promoting Student-Athletes to college coaches with a wide array of promotional efforts, by Identifying and Evaluating excellent Academics, Athletics, and Character.
• 2011-present, Northland Christian High School Assistant Coach (Runningbacks, Special Teams); responsibilities include creating and diagnosing game plan scouting reports; liaison to run game play calling, developing run schemes, RB techniques. 2011, finished with a 10-1 record losing in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Bi-district round of the playoffs; top 5 total team rushing yards, and top 5 average rushing yards per game in TAPPS; finishing with 3270 total team rushing yards (7.3 ypc); 48 total rushing TD.
• 2008-2009, National Football League professional athlete (Tampa Bay Buccaneers); responsibilities included playing Runningback/Special Teams, public speaking, media relations, community relations, fundraising, negotiating.
• 2006-2007, National Football League professional athlete (Houston Texans); responsibilities included playing Runningback/Special Teams, public speaking, media relations, community relations, fundraising, negotiating.
• 2001-2005, National Football League professional athlete (Tampa Bay Buccaneers); responsibilities included playing Runningback/Special Teams, public speaking, media relations, community relations, fundraising, negotiating.
• 1997-2000, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Grounds (Team Manager); responsibilities included creating cost effective ways of keeping public open spaces neatly trimmed, sanitized, and inviting by mowing acres of grass, and pruning hundreds of trees; motivating supervision of 13 fellow employees boosting moral and team work while emphasizing proper safety habits at all times.
• 2011, Rice University Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Management, completing NFL Career Transition Program offered by Rice University Executive Education.
• 2011, re-entered University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign majoring in Speech Communication, finishing the remainder of the required 120 credit hours towards Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences, Speech Communication degree.
• 1997-2000, attended University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Majored in Speech Communication within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; 103 credit hours completed prior to entering the National Football League draft as a junior in the spring of 2000.