Vocational and Medical Case Manager

Mary C. Rodriguez
1117 Everette Alley
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
(954) 763-1889


A professional Vocational and Medical Case Manager seeks position within the health care industry. Extensive knowledge of Worker’s Compensation Act and rehabilitation practices. Able to communicate well with a diverse range of patients, doctors, social workers, and case managers.
Professional Experience

Key Healthcare, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Vocational and Medical Case Manager, 2000 – Present
Currently manage 100 Worker’s Compensation and disability cases for several states. Schedule and coordinate therapy for several patients and advise patients on returning to work successfully. Seek  customers to build a referral list.
· Exceeded budget expectations and cut costs.
· Met and exceeded monthly production requirements on a regular basis.

Knolls Case Managers, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Vocational Consultant, 1999 – 2000
Consulted attorneys regarding Worker’s Compensation cases. Calculated work abilities and skills analysis on injured clients. Helped clients return to work and served as witness at several hearings.

Seminole Health, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, FL
Field Specialist – Vocational / Medical, 1995 – 1999
Helped expedite clients return to work. Scheduled rehabilitation and medical schedules for clients. Coordinated with doctors, therapists, clients and their relatives.
· Achieved a 7:1 return on investment compared to the average of 5:1.
· Trained new hires on proper office procedures.
· Awarded promotion in first year.

Ford, Bailey & Thompson, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Rehabilitation / Vocational Consultant, 1993 – 1995
Aided return to gainful employment for more than 175 clients. Tracked progress of clients to ensure rehabe was thorough and timely. Coordinated insurance claims and employer payments.
· Met monthly quotas each month.

Paxton and Haule, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor II, 1988 – 1993
Assisted over 90 clients per month. Directed Community Outreach programs to engage public in safety awareness measures. Managed a $200,000 annual budget, reconciled financial statements. Supervised, trained, and delegated work to staff.
· Exceeded state case worker requirements by 59%.
· Promoted after just six months.

South Florida Community Network, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Instructor / Placement Specialist, 1985 – 1988
Managed the ongoing training of 45 handicapped citizens.

Masters, Psychology

Bachelor of Arts, Applied Sciences

Certified Employment Therapist
Department of Compensation Quality Training
Professional Affiliations

National Association of Employment Rehabilitation Professionals


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Visual Merchandising Manager

Melba C. Solis

1251 Capitol Avenue

Indianapolis, IN

(765) 514-0520


Creative and driven professional with several years experience in the highly competitive fashion world. Designed and manged the opening of ten new stores. Proven record of motivating teams to excellence in fashing merchandising. Expert at spotting fashion trends.


·       Communication

·       Problem Solver

·       Coordination and Scheduling

·       Cost Analyses

·       Fashion Trends

·       New-Store Design

·       Fashion Sense

·       Detailed and Accurate

·       Team Leader

·       Creativity



1999 to Present

Assistant Visual Director

In-store Visual Merchandiser

Promoted to Assistant Visual Director after first year. Responsible for designing in-store and window displays. Worked with $1 million dollar annual budget.

Design window presentations to attract customers and increase sales and stores reputation. Oversee presentations in ten regional stores.


·       Expanded stores into ten midwestern malls. Aided in the design of floor layout and Grand Opening presentations.

·       Design bi-annual marketing campaigns coordinating in-store presentations with corporate materials

·       Train new hires regarding the visual set-up of stores and how to create a visually appealing display. Responsible for 25 district managers and 400 salespeople.


·       Proven ability to spot fashion trends. Travel to Paris three times a year to stay on top of trends.

·       Conduct weekly seminars to inform buyers of upcoming lines and trends.

·       Able to focus on detail while maintaining big-picture orientation.


1996 to 1999

Sales Director (promoted from Sales Associate)

Responsible for store opening, window displays and store merchandising. Managed 22 sales associates.


Fashion Institute of New York, New York, NY

Certificate  – Fashion Consultant

Gracie’s Sewing and Clothing Design School, New York, NY

Art School of New York, New York, NY


Languages: Fluent in French and Italian.

Computer skills: Proficient in all MS Ofifice applications

Community leadership: Directed fashion show and two plays for local community theatre.

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Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness

Bernardo R. Cook
3403 Tail Ends Road
Waukesha, WI 53188
(920) 633-9466

Executive Profile

Executive with senior level experience in managing human resources and development departments for Fortune 500 companies and start-ups. Expert at facilitating solutions and resolving problems. Key strengths:

• Company Development     • Strategic Business Planning
• Human Resrouces Technology     • Human Resource
• Problem Resolution     • Employee Training
• Executive Training     • Group Managment
• Managing Performance     • Project Supervision
• Business Development     • Payroll and Benefits
Professional Experience

Roberts Brothers, Madison, WI

2000 – Present
Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness

Responsible for aiding company interface with hospitals and managed care provicers. Report to CEO. Member of Executive Board.
• Created policies to facility better use of technology in HR department.
• Determined system to bring processes into alighment to further market expansion.
• Trained managers during weekly meetings.
• Reduced turnover rate to 5% from 16%.
• Designed system for medical benefits which reduced costs by $500,000 in three yeaars.
• Created employee performance initiative which raised productivity by 25%.

Hexagon, Inc., Madison, WI

1999 – 2000
Vice President, Training and Development

• Trained employees in effective communication during monthly seminars.
• Instituted management communication program which increased employee satisfaction by 20%.

Howard and Associates, Madison, WI

1986 – 1999
VP/Practice Leader – Change Management Practice
Manager, Start-Up Services
Senior Account Executive

• Developed innovative learning and development solutions for over 1000 employees.
• Promoted to VP of Change Management after first year.
• Promoted to Manager and within two years, increased sales by $10 million in sales client base by 50.
• Secured most lucrative account in the history of the company.
• Led monthly training meetings to introduce employees to new product lines.
• Instituted a strong focus on customer satisfaction.
Bylined Articles

“Organizational Behavior How to Make Positive Changes,”

“Training  and Leading for Excellence”

“Managing Difficult Employee,”

“How to Recruit the Best”

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

B.S., Business Administration


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