Jonathan James

 

Jonathan James

Sonoma County, CA 94928
E-Mail: jon@jame-s.com | Mobile: (619)-565-9927
Portfolio: Http://www.jame-s.com

 

To whom it may concern:

  I am a driven leader who has a track record of multi-unit success. As of August 2016 I am responsible for operations and district wide talent development and recruitment, with multi-unit / mult-store operational responsibilities and experience at Rite Aid Pharmacy Corp. Further, I have been selected and passed several stages of District Manager in Training for Rite Aid Corp 2016 with oversight of ten locations.

  Previous to that with Target Corp. as an Executive Team Leader of Logistics in Santa Rosa, CA my role had oversight of the largest collection of work-centers in an $85+ million building with over 100 team members reporting in Q4 2013-Q2 2014, with P&L accountability and direct reports of two other Executive Team Leader peers.

  In 2012-2013 with my role as Executive Team Leader Hardlines/Assets Protection I opted to become community focused as a member of the Chamber of Commerce in Eureka and a member and strong contributor to the United Way Regional Council (with Target Corp). I was published as a Region 200 Community Leader at Target Corp, as identified in Target’s Vibe Magazine March-June, 2014.

   As a dynamic, resourceful and effective leader who has emphasis on team development and sustainability, I strongly value team growth and advancement. As for my personal growth, as of January 2016 I have achieved a Certificate of Project Management from Sonoma State University. I further possess a current California Teachers Credential and a Bachelors of Arts in Social Sciences from San Diego State University, graduation in 2007.

  I am eager to maximize my leadership, educational and business skills to foster growth in my goal and efforts to increase my scope of impact. I strongly believe my qualifications are in line with what you are looking for in a high level Talent Manager.

Sincerely,

 

Jonathan James



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