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10231 Olive St. NW Bobby E. Duerr 1.763.482.

Coon Rapids, MN 55433 bdf917be@westpost.net
Highly productive, responsible, and reliable team leader committed and acutely m
otivated in working toward specific goals. Proficient change management agent r
esponsible for process design and implementation to improve efficiency and quali
ty at all levels of an organization.
Professional Experience
Dolphin Staffing April 2009 - December 2010
Director Minneapolis, MN
* Guide and manage the overall direction of Dolphin Staffing services, policies,
and programs.
* Project manager for design and integration of applicant tracking system includ
ing web portal for employees and clients increasing efficiency in employee timek
eeping and adding flexibility for clients.
* Change agent responsible for redesign and implementation of internal processes
for Dolphin Staffing which resulted in over 40 saved man hours per week.
* Conducted complete overhaul of employee evaluation system, implementing new ev
aluation criteria and policy greatly increasing employee morale.
Industrial Staffing August 2005 - April 2009
Operations Manager Minneapolis, MN
* Responsible for day to day operations of Industrial Staffing, directly supervi
sing 12 consultants and 600 temporary employees.
* Responsible for establishing and maintaining client relationships resulting in
$8,000,000 in annual sales.
* Account manager for two large manufacturing accounts in northwest suburbs. Re
sponsible for all aspects of employee recruitment, screening and assessment proc
esses, employee orientation, on boarding and updating training programs, and con
sistently updating and adhering to policies and procedures.
* Worked with supervisors and department heads to develop best practices and sta
ndards for workforce at client sites.
* Continuously met with supervisors on the manufacturing floor to solicit perfor
mance feedback for employees, conducted corrective counseling when necessary.
* Conducted yearly benefits and compensation analysis to ensure employees' compe
nsation was relevant to market compensation.
* Conducted quarterly employee meeting to gather feedback from employees, explai
n any compensation or benefits questions and give feedback from client.

Industrial Staffing/Medtronic Energy Component Center January 2005 - August 200

Manufacturing Team Member Brooklyn Center, MN
* Responsible for production of medication control release devices for use with
internal defibrillator.
* Certified in over twenty five different processes for production of various pr
oducts in the chemical operations area.
* Selected as manufacturing team member to participate in Kaizen Events to facil
itate lean initiative for Medtronic.
United States Navy, USS Detroit AOE-4 November 2000 - June 2004
First Division Leading Chief Petty Officer Earle, NJ
* Supervised 90 service members in all aspects of their military career, includi
ng career counseling, advancement and disciplinary matters when required.
* Served as member of anti-terrorism training team, developing, implementing and
participating in real time training scenarios to train a crew of 600 in all asp
ects of force protection and anti-terrorism.

United States Navy, Naval Station Pearl Harbor October 1997 - October 2000
Transient Personnel Leading Petty Officer Pearl Harbor, HI
* Responsible for the intake, processing and supervision of all transient person
nel in the Pearl Harbor area.
* Participated on project team for the development and implementation of transie
nt personnel tracking database, including training all local staff on features a
nd use of system.
* Lead project team for the development of new logo for Naval Base Pearl Harbor,
logo we developed was chosen from over 60 entries.

United States Navy, USS Frank Cable, AS-40 April 1993 - October 1997
Crane Operator/Rigging Supervisor Agana, Guam
* Supervised and worked on rigging teams to remove and reinstall large component
s from nuclear submarines to facilitate repair.
* Served as crane operator for 5 ton and 30 ton cranes to provide logistical sup
port for submarines.
* Selected as assault and rescue boat operator to conduct boarding operations at
sea as well as provide rescue capabilities for any man overboard scenarios.
* University of Minnesota, Bachelors Degree, Human Resource Development and Adul
t Education, May 2008
* National Association of Personnel Services, Certified Temporary Staffing Speci
alist, February 2008
Honors and Awards
* Navy, USS Detroit Sailor of the Year, 2002
* Navy Achievement Medal, December 2003, March 2002, September 2000 and October
Community Activities
* Volunteer, American Diabetes Association 2003 - Present
* Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, Member of Committee for Workforce and Economic
Development 2009
* Minnesota Recruiters Association Member 2009
References Available Upon Request