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RssSenior Subcontracts Manager

After graduation with my Bachelor's Degree from BYU, I took a corporate entry level supply chain analyst position in the retail industry followed by two promotions in two years. I then went back to school for a full time MBA with a focus in Supply Chain Management. I entered into a two year program to develop Supply Chain Leadership at Raytheon Company in the Aerospace and Defense industry. This program took me to multiple business unit sites with different corporate cultures to learn and spread best practices across the company. I have since taken a major subcontracts manager position in the Dallas area.

Program Manager

Plano, TX

About Me


Management & Business


Program Manager

Ideal Companies:

Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Exxon Mobil, Texas Instruments, L3 Communications

Education level:


Will Relocate:



Plano, TX

Major Responsibilities

Developing the framework for a third party relationship for the logistics organization within our company. Subcontract management as well as business capture.

Work Experiences

3/2008 - Present



  • Subcontract Management as well as leading an enterprise wide initiative for the unification of site specific work procedures.

6/2007 - 3/2008


Individual Contributor

  • Developed new business capture strategies and supplier relationships in order to meet customer needs.

5/2006 - 9/2006


Individual Contributor

  • 3rd party logistics outsourcing.

5/2001 - 9/2005

Sears Roebuck

Individual Contributor



Master Degree

Arizona State University

  • MBA - Supply Chain Management


Bachelor Degree

Brigham Young University

  • International Studies


High School/GED Degree

Naaman Forest HS

  • General Studies


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