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  • 1. Jamie JimkoskiCareer PortfolioNorthwood UniversityCareer Development
  • 2. Table of contents• Introduction……………………………………….Slide 3• Goals…………………………………………………Slide 4• Resume……………………………………………..Slide 5• Letter of recommendation…………………..Slide 6• Scholastic Achievements…………………….Slides 7• Sample work ▫ Spread sheet……………………………………....Slide 8 ▫ Marketing…………………………………………..Slide 9 ▫ Essay exerts………………………………………..Slide 10
  • 3. Introduction• This portfolio is a representation of my abilities and achievements throughout work and my college career.• I have studied Business Administration with a major in management at Northwood University
  • 4. Goals• Find a job that utilizes my skill set and allows me to develop new skills• Build a job into a rewarding career• Continue my education for personal enrichment as well as to stay up to date with the business practices and theories
  • 5. Jamie Lynn Jimkoski Midland, MI 48640 | (989) 293-2874 | jimkoskij@northwood.eduPROFILE Experience in a variety of environments requiring a high level of professionalism, customer service, confidentiality, efficiency and attention to detail Demonstrate ability to operate independently or as part of a team to achieve personal and store goals Computer skills: Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPointEDUCATIONNorthwood University – Midland, MIBachelor of Business Administration – Management May 2013GPA: 3.82/4.00Dean’s List: 1 SemesterDelta College – University Center, MIAssociate of Arts August 2012GPA: 3.79/4.00President’s List: 1 Semester; Vice President’s List: 3 Semesters; Dean’s List: 1 SemesterEXPERIENCEBath and Body Works – Midland, MI October 2012-PresentUp-The-Groves Gift Shop – Port Austin, MI April 2007-September 2010Store Associate Demonstrate professionalism with strong communication and sales skills to assist customers in a high-volume retail environment Consistently meet or exceed individual incentive goals and team sales goals Collaborate with team to process incoming inventory, create floor sets to corporate standards and improvise merchandising opportunities with certain items to drive sales Process cash and credit transactions with 100% accuracy Employ effective time management skills to balance part-time work with full-time college courses and volunteer activities while maintaining a strong GPADelta College Fitness Center – University Center, MIService Attendant August 2011-August 2012 Managed front desk operations for large fitness center and scanned in all users Processed registrations and payments for day users along with annual membership renewals for students, faculty, staff, and community members Maintained confidential data in customer files Handled reservations of facility and tracked all equipment use Monitored all public areas to ensure safety of customers and maintained cleanliness and orderGemini Group – Bad Axe, MIAdministrative Assistant October 2009-August 2010 Provided assistance to the Quality Manager and day-to-day operations of the office Utilized MS Excel to track daily scrap items with current market values Managed and maintained confidential corporate information effectively Updated employee policiesVOLUNTEERNorthwood Auto Show 2012
  • 6. Letter of Recommendation:Jamie L. JimkoskiMarch 21, 2013To whom this may concern:I am writing this letter of reference as a recommendation for Jamie Jimkoski.My relationship with Jamie has been as an instructor at a university over the past 2 semesters. As aninstructor of Business Management at multiple universities, I am very confident of Jamie’s academicabilities. Jamie’s drive for success in academic achievement has certainly been apparent in her attainingan “A” average in my last and current semester’s management courses.Based on my 30-plus year business career and interactions with Jamie, I would not be surprised of hersuccess in any business endeavor.Whenever I consider referring someone, I always ask myself if I would consider admitting them on mystaff in any program or organization. In the case of Jamie, my answer would be a resounding “Yes!”Please feel free to contact me in writing or by phone to discuss any issues of this reference.Sincerely,Richard A. Ketrow, Ph.D.Phone: (810)625.9903E-mail: Raketrow@aol.com
  • 7. Sample Work: Finance Income Statements (Thousands of Dollars) Ricardo Refrigeration Peer 1996 1997 Proj. 1998 Com. SizeNet Sales 74,251 100.00% 76,140 100.00% 83,754 100.00% 100.00Cost of Goods Sold 60,368 81.30% 64,444 84.64% 70,888 84.64% 81.00Gross Profit 13,883 18.70% 11,696 15.36% 12,866 15.36% 19.00S & A Expenses 7,600 10.24% 9,089 11.94% 9,212 11.00% 10.00Depreciation 666 0.90% 820 1.08% 950 1.13% 1.00Operating Profit (EBIT) 5,617 7.56% 1,787 2.35% 2,704 3.23% 8.00Interest Expense 705 0.95% 1,202 1.58% 1,023 1.22% 1.00Pre-Tax Profit 4,912 6.62% 585 0.77% 1,681 2.01% 7.00Tax (34%) 1,670 2.25% 199 0.26% 572 0.68% 2.38After Tax Profit 3,242 4.37% 386 0.51% 1,109 1.32% 4.62Dividends 1,252 150 600Retained Earnings 1,990 236 509No. of Shares 1,450 1,450 1,450Stock Price/Share 13 9
  • 8. Sample Work:Marketing
  • 9. Sample Work : Organizational Behavior Human ResourcesConsequential Theory emphasizes the Disadvantages I see of automating successionconsequences of an act or behavior. In this planning are automatically select individualscase there are more than once consequence that would and wouldn’t be qualified for theof Hank’s decision as to recommend Jason job from within the company. This wouldfor the management position or if he decides academically eliminate some employeesnot to. If Hank recommends Jason the without ever talking to them. Some of theseconsequences of this action would cause a employees may be capable of the job even ifdecrease to the Maxim Factory Account. The there paper work doesn’t show it. Also withMaxim Factory Account wouldn’t get the automating succession planning thetalented team that they deserve to have. If organization will most likely try to hire fromHank decides not to recommend Jason the within before looking for new people that doconsequences would be negative for Jason. not currently work for the company. This is aJason wouldn’t get the opportunity to move disadvantage because they are losing theup in his career as he clearly deserves and opportunity to bring in new talent. New entryhas earned. According to utilitarianism employees may take longer to train but theyHank shouldn’t recommend Jason for the can bring in new perspectives and ideas tojob. More total satisfaction would be the company that can make the wholeproduced by having Jason as part of the organization better.team. This decision would increasesatisfaction for Hank by having the bestemployee on the account, the team itself byhaving their leader, and Maxim FactoryAccount by being able to best satisfy theirneeds through Jason.