Nate D. Johnson
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Nate Johnson 2014 (Resume)

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. Nate D. Johnson SUMMARY I worked my way thru school as a fine dining server and graduated in December 2012. After that I ended up working in the service industry for another year, decided to then take a vacation, and now am ready to start my career. My goal is to leverage my sales experience and technology degree, by obtaining an IT sales position, which grants me the additional tools necessary for building a strong, loyal customer base. EDUCATION The University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management Bachelor of Science, Management Information Systems December 2012 SKILLS/AWARDS Awards: Eagle Scout Certifications: Toyota Certified, Van Tyle Certified Business Qualifications: Project Management, Operations Management, Strategic Management, Client Relationship Management, Social Media, Business Finance, Business Analytics, International Business Technical: ERP SAP, Systems Analysis, Database Fundamentals, Google Analytics, MS Office, Access, Visio, Photoshop BUSINESS EXPERIENCE Sales Associate Perry’s Steakhouse and Grill Dallas, Texas February 2013 – April 2014 Perry’s steakhouse is base out of Houston Texas and has 14 locations. The price point is $90 per person on average and does a lot of corporate business. With strict company policies, long hours, and not much support staff you were required to provide fine dining service at a high volume level. During my tenure here I learned how to think quickly on my feet and overcome multiple problems simultaneously. I also witnessed a much larger spectrum of corporate events and meetings. Sales Associate Stephan Pyles Dallas, Texas March 2012 – December 2012 Stephan Pyles is world renowned Chef Stephan Pyle’s flagship restaurant. Having a location in downtown Dallas the majority of customers were corporate and frequently conducted business during their stay. I was privileged to learn before the fact on the proper way to carry oneself when attending these business meetings. Not having worry about which fork to use, which no one cares about anyway, keeps the confidence high and focus forward at the client and the deal. (During the following gap I was a student) Sales Representative Charles Maund Toyota Austin, Texas August 2008 – February 2009  Produced revenues of $350k+ per month in new car sales.  Maintained a commendable 33% closure ratio during the recession.  Generated corporate multi-car, multi-year deals. Sales Representative Thrifty Car Sales Austin, Texas September 2006 – August 2008  Anticipated customer needs thru structured fact finding strategies.  Learned how to read a credit bureau and explain to the customer their credit discrepancies.  Effectively negotiated down payment and monthly finance payments. Sales Representative Petroleum Resources of Texas Dallas, Texas July 2003 – July 2006  Rose over $120k per project per joint drilling project.  Effectively generated quality clients via traditional cold calling.  Implemented sales strategies to increase closure ratio.

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