Nathaniel T. Navarre
2861 Five Lakes Rd.  Metamora, MI 48455
Cell: (810) 338-8665
Nava8465@kettering.edu
OBJECTIVE
 Furt...
Delphi Automotive Work Experience Continued
- Sales (January - March, 2014)
 Maintained global sales forecast using custo...
- Ford Business Pursuit (July - September)
 Assisted sales and engineering with the end result of being awarded high-volu...
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Nathaniel Navarre - Resume

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  • 1. Nathaniel T. Navarre 2861 Five Lakes Rd.  Metamora, MI 48455 Cell: (810) 338-8665 Nava8465@kettering.edu OBJECTIVE  Further advance the skills I have learned in the classroom and gain essential work experience while offering value to Delphi by completing rotational Co-op periods EDUCATION Kettering University - Flint, MI October, 2013 – December,2016  Major: Science in Business Administration o Minor: International studies & economics  Status: Junior, B-section  3.8 cumulative GPA Grand Valley State University - Allendale, MI August, 2011- May, 2013  Seidman Undergraduate Business Program Notre Dame Preparatory - Pontiac, MI 2007-2011  Graduated: May, 2011 EXPERIENCE Co-op Student, Delphi Automotive – Troy,MI 2014 - Present  Maintained global sales forecast using CRM software:Created end of the month reports for leadership, investigated changes to booked revenue, input and modification of existing opportunities  Developed North America product portfolio for electrical centers division: Devised portfolio to showcase products and cultivate global transparency amongst engineers while being aesthetically pleasing in various Microsoft Office formats Maintenance Assistant, Hunter Woods Apartments – Lapeer, MI 2007 - 2013  Assisted in maintenance projects including HVAC preventative maintenance, lighting replacement, lawn mowing, landscape care,and snow removal in winter General Labor, Simple Pleasures Farm and Stable – Metamora, MI 2001 - 2013  Performed horse care,hay stacking, building and repairing fences,grounds care,and maintenance of tractors and mechanical equipment SKILLS  Proficient with Microsoft Office programs  Automobile knowledge, modification, and repair  Time management and organizational skills  Strong interpersonal skills ACTIVITES  Kettering University Firebird’s Car Club  Volunteer at Michigan Humane Society (Freshman – Senior year)  Competed at Detroit Region Sports Car Club of America (DRSCCA) events  Independently purchase and modify automobiles: Four cars modified and sold with profit HONORS AND AWARDS  Grand Valley State University o Dean’s List: Winter 2013  Kettering University o Dean’s List: Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2015 o Sigma Alpha Chi scholastic honor: Spring 2015  Multiple first place finishes in DRSCCA rally and autocross events: 2013 - Current  Team O’Neil Rally Driving School, 4-day certificate, Rally America Novice Coefficients References – Available upon request
  • 2. Delphi Automotive Work Experience Continued - Sales (January - March, 2014)  Maintained global sales forecast using customer relationship management software: • Entering new opportunities and extensions • Input and modification of existing opportunities • Re-linking lost opportunities due to IHS volume update • Investigating changes to booked revenue • Modification of IHS volume reports for distribution • Creating end of the month reports for leadership  Developed North America product portfolio for electrical centers division: • Devised a portfolio of current business and programs to showcase products and creatively share ideas while cross-pollinating design principles of proven products. Fostered transparency of design for engineers and a brag book for sales personnel along with being aesthetically pleasing in both Microsoft Publisher and PowerPoint formats. - Finance (July - September, 2014)  Support DEC finance with the 2015 budget planning process: • Reconciled Salesforce data with bottoms up SAP pricing and financial revenue files • Compiled copper escalation data • Confirm and quantify revenue impact of planned contractual and non-contractual price giveback assumptions with GAM’s • Analyze year-over-year material percent to sales by program  Revised package to be used in 2015 plant forecasting • Simplified current package • Improved analytics in the distribution file • Increased transparency to avoid forecast errors • Designed Excel file for distribution -Program Management (January - March, 2015)  Supported GM pre-production activities and tool delivery to manufacturing facility in Mexico • Extensive training on manufacturing facilities and tool timing • Tracked EWO changes • Toured PTI Engineered Plastics prototype and manufacturing facility • Supported timing for current Chrysler business pursuit
  • 3. - Ford Business Pursuit (July - September)  Assisted sales and engineering with the end result of being awarded high-volume Ford pursuit • Utilized A2Mac1 for benchmarking current and past competitor products for engineering • Created sales price walk file from BOM information which consisted of multiple volume scenarios and product variations per the customer’s request • Compiled prototype & production manufacturing data for Ford 8-bin documents  Work with finance to determine volume variance during the 2016 budget planning process • Recovered $5M lost revenue in 2016 forecast due to a Ford program code change in IHS • Resulted in a $15M increase to the programs forecast  Application engineering for Ford Transit • In-the-field engineering to benchmark & analyze current competition • Compiled measurements and photos into new business pursuit presentation for management

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