Recent college graduate with a major in Business Management and experience in commercial and residential construction. Skilled Mason able to manage projects, meet deadlines, adapt to challenges, and make independent decisions. Proven ability to develop solid customer relations and provide quality customer service. Excellent communication skills, able to put people at ease, establish rapport and resolve problems. Confident, professional appearance and manner.
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES,
New York, NY
Certificate in Construction Project Management, Expected completion: May 2004; GPA: 3.8/4.0
RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY, Newark, NJ
Bachelor of Science, Business Management; May 2002; GPA: Major 3.0/4.0
Achievement: Earned 75% of full time college expenses through full- and part-time employment
SELF-EMPLOYED MASONRY CONTRACTOR,
Developed a solid reputation and ensured repeat business through quality work, customer satisfaction and consistently delivering projects on time.
Created www.charliethemason.com to advertise and promote business services.
Successfully networked with four general contractors, family and friends to establish a strong residential customer base.
SDR MASONRY ENTERPRISES, INC., Lakewood, NJ
October, 2000-September, 2001
Actively involved in all phases of commercial and industrial masonry construction.
Supervised crews of non-English speaking subcontractors to ensure quality and meet deadlines.
Selected to complete final inspection and all punch list work orders following each job.
Developed outstanding knowledge of a wide-range of heavy-duty equipment.
CASTELLANO MASONRY, Little Silver, NJ
October, 1997-October, 2000
Advanced from Apprentice to Masonry Foreman through hard work and attention to detail.
Selected to interact with customers and resolve problems based on strong interpersonal skills.
Trained and supervised new employees to ensure ability to perform work.
Microsoft® Office 2000: Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, Windows 98, SilverScreen, and the Internet
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