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  1. ELIZABETH PRUNKL - 240.271.2124 - CORE COMPETENCIES  Organizational Restructuring  Proposal Research  Contract Writing  Teaching and Training  Productivity  Conceptual Thinking  Time Management  Contact Negotiation  Process Improvement  Real Estate Administration  Multi-tasking  Analytical Thinking EXPERIENCE Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) Buyer Manager___________________________________________________________________________ July 2015 – Present OverseeBuyer Specialist Procurement team for General Services/Procurement. Ensure all Procurements follow the rules and regulations as outlined in the VPPA, APSPM, and Vendor’s Manual. Manage and complete Emergency Procurements, Sole Sources, Initiation for Bids, and Request for Proposals. Process contracts for both goods and services.  Provides daily guidance and instruction to employees. Provides employeerecognition, counseling, and discipline. Ensures the annual review of “EmployeeWork Profile – Work Description/Performance Plan” and “EmployeeWork Profile – Confidential Performance Evaluation” is completed with employees, provides on-going feedback, and conducts annual employee evaluations.  Promotes quality, efficiency, and cross-organizational teamwork to improve customer services and establish staff accountability for identification of projects, problems, solutions, and effective supervision; ensuring all employees are following DHRM policies and procedures.  Responsible for reviewing and processing employees Small Purchase Charge Card reconciliations, on theBank of America website.  Supervises employee’s complex Procurement projects, reviewing, revising, and counseling staff in thedrafting of Procurement documents for Quick Quotes, Invitation for Bids, and Request for Proposals.  Works with end-users and Contractors to negotiate contracts, ensures contract compliance, and resolves any contract non-compliance issues; monitor for compliance of VPPA, APSPM, Vendor’s Manual, and DARS internal policies.  Reviews Statement of Work, Statement of Needs, and Specifications as required by the method of Procurement. Responsible for drafting the solicitation, postingthe solicitation, awarding, and updating contract extract forms as required in eVA’s VBO function.  Enters and updates theProcurement database as Procurements are completed, ensures there is not a lapse in term of performance for agency required goods and services.  Oversees and approves Small Purchases in eVA’s Emall function, provides feedback to end-users, as needed to acquire therequired information.  Obtains the necessary data, from multiple sites, to draft and providethe SWaM report for Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center and Department for Aging and Rehabilitative services on a weekly basis.  Organizes and leads end-user training for Contract Administration responsibilities. UVA Medical Center/Medical CenterProcurement, Charlottesville, VA Senior Contract Negotiator June 2013 – July 2015 Responsible for all pre and post-award contract functions, including multi-million dollar Agreements; ensured Agreements were compliant with all state and governmentguidelines; managed and compled Request for Proposals, Request for Information, Request for Quote, Sole Source, Capital and Disposable Agreements.  Ensured active contracts are kept current while maintaining new contracting needs; monitor for compliance of stateand government guidelines, as well as Medical Center Policies.  Maintained communication with departments and Vendors to include UVA’s General Counsel, Information Technology department, the Collaborative (VCU, University of Kentucky, and UVA) and any other necessary departments, and Vendors.  Utilized benchmarking tools such as Spendlink, ECRI, and MDBuyline for pricing analytics and negotiating lower pricing  Worked with the Medical Center departments to understand theProcurement process, leading the Request For Proposalprocess while guiding thedepartment to make a complete and educated award decision.  Recorded finalized Agreements in multiple databases, including Microsoft Access, EProcurement (PeopleSoft), and Medical Center wide shared drive. Responsible for theprocessing of Purchase Orders, resulting from a ratified Agreement and any monitoring for and fixing any billing issues that may become connected to that Purchase Order or Agreement.  Responsible for theclosing of a RFP which resulted in saving theMedical Center $38,237,170.00 over a two year term, with contracts awarded to 17 vendors, while managing normal individual workload upwards of 40 Agreements a month, and additional RFP’s; completed 282 contracts during first year of employment and launched 4 RFP’s and 1 RFI, and closed 1 RFI and 2 RFP’s.
  2. BWW Law Group, LLC, Richmond, VA Bankruptcy Referral Team Lead June 2011 – June 2013 Managed departmental communications on behalf of clients; expeditious resolution of requests and the removal of roadblocks preventing same; manage the drafting, filing, mailing and billing of 1500 Notices and Transfer of claims on an annual basis:  Received and streamlined workload for numerous clients on multiple accounts, while simultaneously distributing and managing the daily workload for the Bankruptcy Referral Team to ensure efficiency and accuracy.  Responsible for thetransfer of information from legal documents, docket, and multiple client sites into thecompany database, while maintained, updated, and utilized multiple client sites and the company database ensuring quality control.  Requested fee approvalfor work per Fannie Mae guidelines and billed client for completed work.  Provided fees and costs figures to clients for payoffs and reinstatements.  Created and maintained employee manuals for theBankruptcy Referral Team; trained new employees for all Bankruptcy positions and provided monthly training sessions for the Bankruptcy Referral Team; reviewed resumes and interviewed potentialemployees for team positions. Virginia Capital Realty, Richmond, VA Relocation Assistance Director June 2010 – June 2011 Promoted within the first 6 months of employment; Liaison between the bank and occupants of foreclosed properties. Oversaw the inspection process, approved and released inspection funds, and kept detailed records of correspondence between client and resident for all properties for 2600 property files:  Organized the Relocation AssistanceProgram, created step-by-step trainingmanuals, instructed and trained field agents, informed residents of foreclosed properties of the Relocation AssistanceProgram, bank offers, and assisted in completion of all program requirements. Administrative Assistant July 2009- June 2011 Served as key employee for all departments from Offers to Closings, as well as accounting; provided assistance and backup for all positions and maintained personal workload; trained all new office employees in company and client policies:  Maintained and organized multiple accounting files for clients and managed records of escrow deposits.  Received, processed and submitted offers for theOffers Department, Reviewed and revised contracts prior to ratification, ensured appraisals, inspections, loans and titlewere completed for Contracts and Closing Departments;maintained a high level of detailed communication between buyers and clients throughout these processes.  Responded to all requests for information in a timely manner from agents, clients and interested buyers. Utilized numerous client sites and other methods of communication to retrieve and relay important information, while updating company databases and property files. Bethany Blues BBQ, Lewes, DE, Catering and Bar Manager March 2007- July 2009 Managed staff, food, and bar services both on and off site; managed orders and contracts for catering and bar services  Developed, planned and managed hundreds of events for up to 500 people, averaging $2,500.00 per contract.  Developed and implemented catering contracts;provided consultativesales adviceto clients on appropriatemenus;managed a low volume of customer complaints;responded to allcomments in a timely, respectfuland customer oriented manner  Maintained inventory, purchaseand receipt of products, cash management and reportingshift’s end to ensurefinancial accuracy  Interviewed, selected and trained new staff, created employeemanuals and managed monthly staff schedules. EDUCATION Wesley College – Dover, DE Masters of Education December2007 Bachelor of Arts May 2006 VCA April 2016 SOFTWARE SKILLS  Access  Word  Advanced Excel  Explorer  Spendlink  ECRI  MD Buyline  EProcurement  PeopleSoft  LinkedIN  eVA