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									                                        Robert T. Brown
                                     2245 Avenida Salvador
                                 San Clemente, California 92672
                                 Telephone (949) 492-1698 Voice
                              rbrown@rtbco.com – www.rtbco.com

                                    Professional Qualifications:

International Management leadership experience in private enterprise, education and government.
Demonstrated skills in assessing individual and group strengths and weaknesses. Recognized leader in
developing organizational goals, strategies, action plans and on-time, under-budget project completion.
Strong rapport in working with teams and individuals under diversified and stressful conditions.
Accomplished public speaker and seminar leader. Specific expertise in the following areas :

Market and Industrial Research

Provided accurate timely and profitable data for management decisions.

Feasibility and Impact Studies, Surveys and Assessments

Assignments varied from telephone surveys to on-site technical equipment audits.

Labor-Management Relations and Collective Bargaining:

   Negotiator for management in manufacturing and construction.
   Managed RC and RD elections conducted by the National Labor Relations Board in: Heavy
    Manufacturing, Public Utilities, Warehouse Operations, Casino Operations, Dock/Shipyard
    Facilities, High Technology Manufacturing, Hospitals, Air Transportation.
   Experience with United Steelworkers, IBEW, UWUA, HERE, ILWU, SEIU, IBT, OPEIU and most
    Craft unions.
   Conducted contract negotiations, contract administration and daily operations including grievance
   Directed management/supervisor audits to identify key leadership and employee issues.
   Designed and installed management programs to maintain union free working conditions.

Compensation, Employee Benefits and Retirement Plans:

   Experienced salary administrator.
   Trained in HAY Compensation Systems.
   Installed, administered and altered compensation systems in manufacturing, engineering and service

Management Development and Training:

   Manager of Training and Development for engineering/technology company.
   Internal training and development consultant for Fluor Corporation with subsidiary clients in
    trucking, steel service, oil field service, offshore drilling, construction and engineering.
   Developed and presented training/seminars on various aspects of business management and
   Wrote and presented graduate courses in Labor-Management, Organization Development, Human
    Resource Management, Career Management, Training and Development, Management/Leadership
    Development, Compensation, and Legal Issues in Human Resource Management.

Recruiting, Employment and Termination:

   Past responsibility for labor, college, non-exempt, professional/managerial and executive recruiting
    with manufacturing, engineering, technology and construction companies.
   Have been involved with rapid employee build-up and operational shut down with subsequent
    terminations and lay-offs. No wrongful termination charges ever filed as a result these actions.
   Developed and presented one, two and five day “Career Change Seminars for private companies and
    the Defense Department.


   Held major responsibility for safety in industrial and construction environments.
   Authored detailed Safety Manual and Training programs.
   Primary Safety/Health and First Aid responsibility for 2,500-man construction operation for oil
    refinery retrofit.
   Installed safety programs in two process plants, wind farm generating operation and hazardous waste
    engineering firm.

Affirmative Action/EEO/Cultural Diversity and Employee Relations:

   Seminar leader for Defense Department Race Relations Workshops
   Seminar leader for Cultural Awareness Workshops….
   Worked with diverse socio-economic populations and prepared/executed EEO hiring and promotion
   Lived and worked in a multi-cultural environment with students from a variety of ethnic and social
    backgrounds and limited English capability.
   Seminar leader for Defense Department Drug and Alcohol Workshops.

Team Building:

   Developed and presented training programs on Team Building.
   Presented Total Quality Management Executive Training to Army personnel in Korea.
   Experienced in the historical movement towards Quality of Worklife programs including TQM.

RTBco. September 1993 to Present. President of a consultant organization that gathers, analyzes,
reports and presents information for:

       Engineering and Technical Studies,
       Starr, Personnel and Leadership Audits,
       Customer Satisfaction, Habits and Needs, and
       Training
Chapman University. April 1992 to September 1993. Professor of Human Resource Management.
Responsible for teaching master’s level courses to graduate students at campus sites in the Pacific Rim.
Selected texts and wrote/prepared all required class materials including lectures, tests and media.
Provided academic and career counseling and presented workshops on career management including one,
two and five day seminars in “Executive Career Change”, directed towards senior military officers.

Petronius Management Group. September 1986 to April 1992. President of a consultant group
providing professional multi-level human resource services to business. Assignments included
compensation and benefits, recruiting, policy development, working conditions, work site safety,
employee moral and employee effectiveness.

Santiago Data Systems, Inc. September 1985 to September 1986. Vice president, sales and
marketing, XPODX computer products and services. Developed marketing and sales strategies and
successfully introduced new computer product to trade show and convention market.

American Diversified Corporation. September 1984 to September 1985. Manager of Training and
Development. Principal assignments including providing technical and professional training to field
units. Process consulting and OD service to sales and marketing group. Additional responsibilities for
industrial safety.

Fluor Corporation. April 1981 to September 1984. Principal Employee Relations Representative.
Internal Consultant to subsidiary companies for human resource development, safety, labor relations and
executive recruiting. Client business included distribution, trucking, construction, oil drilling and
engineering. Developed and delivered courses in supervision, safety, communication and performance

Byron Jackson Pump Division, Borg Warner Corporation. February 1979 to February 1981.
Employee Relations Supervisor. Responsible for labor relations, college and professional recruiting,
salary administration, employee assistance and personnel law compliance. Developed/presented
professional courses in supervision and management.


   Ed. D., AMTU
   M.S., Counseling, San Diego State University
   M.A., Industrial Technology, San Diego State University
   B.A., Industrial Technology, San Diego State University
   AA, Business, Grossmont College


   Hold California Community College Teaching and Counseling Credentials (Life) for Counseling, Psychology,
    Business and Industrial Management, and Industrial Arts.


   Management: Promoting a Team Effort. September 1984, Liberty Street Chronicle.
   Corporate Cohesion: A Crisis in Leadership. November 1984 Liberty Street Chronicle.
   Hazardous Waste/Environmental Industry Salary and Benefits Survey. June 1990

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