John A. LeCates
3701 Concord Road, Apartment C6, Aston, Pennsylvania,19014
Primary phone 610-764-5248 Secondary phone 215-200-6813
United States Navy
Naval NuclearElectronics TechnicianDecember 2006-July 2011
Certified electronics technician aboard theSSN 765 Montpelier operatingunder secret clearance.
Head of SalesAugust 2011-May 2014
Customer consultation and sales,work sitesupervision, ensuringproper installation of products,
clients networking, obtainingsales leads,social marketing
Sales and Marketing Group
SalesTeam Manager September 2011-May 2012
Completion of sales and marketingcourses,memorization of new products or services ,interviewingand
recruitingnew team members, setting and accomplishingweekly goals
Weinstein Supply (Division of Hajoca)
Purchasing AgentAugust 2014-Present
System Administration (computer networking), monitor and purchasebranch inventory accordingto store needs,
maintainingand buildingrelationswith suppliers
Over 5 years in servicein the Nuclear Naval Program
Proficiency performingcomplex evolutions and maintenance
Ability to delegate and receive commands in high stress situations
Proficientin customer service/sales
Consistentbackground with leadership
Supervisemaintenance and information log
Ensure adequate and efficient use of materials
Enforce proper safety standards duringuseand storage of hazardous materials
Created a trainingprogramused to encourage new sales team members to go "above and beyond"
Trained a minimum of two new employees at each job location
Proficientin bookkeeping, MicrosoftOffice
Record customer complaints and feedback,to create solutions or answer on a daily basis
Directly controlled Reactor Plantpower
Initiated checks and maintenance on power plantinstrumentation
Replace nuclear indicator and instruments
Knowledge an understandingof circuitschematics
Disciplined in Radcon safety
Diligencein monitoringtrends and possibleabnormalities
Experience in ensuringmaximum plantproficiency
Chichester Senior High School- Class of 2006
Nuclear Propulsion Program- 2011
Sales and Marketing Group trainingcompletion- 2011
ASA University- Current enrollment
HONORS & AWARDS
Detected the safety hazard of a fire, directed students away from danger and alerted Master at Arms.
These actions helped avoid injury and saved Naval computer network, located inside.
Volunteered for services duringshiftwork at the commissioningof a new submarine.
Battle E Ribbon
Excelled at evaluated maintenance and drillsduringevolution engineering.
Topped sales for SMGI consistently as the new member for an entire 30 day period, granting promotion to
manager within two months,
Promoted in firstfour months at Weinstein Supply from InsideSales/Driver to PurchasingAgent.