Lee R. Hunter

15503 Taft

Romulus, MI 48174-3233

(734) 941-3694

e-mail:  Lee@hunterhome.net





To provide world class management services utilizing proven methodologies designed to achieve employer based goals.



An effective leader and manager of technical growth.  Extensive U.S. and European experience in developing and integrating the latest technological innovations.  Solid background in all phases of systems design, implementation and integration. 




GMAC                        Detroit, MI                                                     May 2006 – April 2008

As Global Capacity, Configuration and Availability Manager for GMAC ITG; subcontracted through IBM performed ITIL certified performance monitoring, capacity planning, configuration standardization and Availability for all GMAC locations globally.


·    Responsibility for integrating supplier performance with GMAC requirements

·    Responsible for ensuring metrics collection and reporting,

·    Responsible for ensuring the maintenance of the Capacity Management Database

·    Responsible for ensuring the maintenance the Configuration Management Database

·    Responsible for monitoring Availability Management metrics.



XCEL Industries   Southfield, Michigan                                September 2005 – February 2, 2006

As Administrative Systems Coordinator developed and managed administrative systems.


·    Responsible for establishing Production Metrics collection and reporting system,

·    Responsible for establishing Safety (Hazardous Waste Material) record keeping and reporting.


TNT Logistics            Brownstown, MI                                             July 2004 – September 2005

As a contracted Quality Consultant and then a full time employee reporting to the Quality Control Manager, performed Quality Control and  Analysis functions for the Material Sequence Center, supporting the Ford Truck Assembly Plant  including:

·         Automated the reporting of Daily Quality Control Statistics

·         Created and maintained databases and reports for training and processes.

·         Revised the Warehouse Work Instructions.

·         Created an attendance monitoring system.

·         Created and maintained the non compliant parts database.

·         Created and maintained the returned parts file.


ADECCO, INC   Taylor, MI                                                    June 2003-July 2004

Various temporary assignments


Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI                                                    September 2000 – June 2003

As a Consultant through Ciber Inc, performed Project Management responsibilities for the Client Care and Support Services within the Information Technology Infrastructure Organization of Ford Motor Company.

Managed various projects resulting from the globalization of support of over 140,000 users, including:

·         Reorganization of Site Management

·         Root Cause Analysis (6sigma methodology)

·         Creating a new Statement of Work for outsourcing the Help Desk.

·         Establishing common Service Level Agreements and escalation procedures.

·         Resource allocation of central help desk and local site support personnel.




GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION      Detroit, MI                    October 1998 – April 2000

As a Consultant through Human Resources Unlimited, Inc., performed several management responsibilities for the Information Systems and Services Department of the Metal Fabricating Division of General Motors.

·         GM Online Deployment Manager – GM Online was the conversion of 5500 employees from Windows 3.1 to Windows 95 within a Novell Network using Tivoli Systems Management tools to employ a common desktop environment.

·         GM Lotus Notes Restructuring Manager – Lotus Notes Restructuring is the consolidation of 16 Lotus Notes servers to a single server, providing a common internet e-mail addressing structure and upgrading Lotus Notes to Version 4.61 for 5500 employees

·         Y2K Remediation and Testing Manager - Remediated Y2K system issues at the 15 Metal Fabricating Division plants and headquarters locations by leading teams of Control Engineers and Systems Engineers which visited the plants to assist the plant Y2K coordinators.

·         Led the Cluster testing efforts including inventory, assessment and testing at those locations.


REGAL PLASTICS COMPANY   Roseville, MI                                November 1997 – April 1998

As Director of Information Technology, converted the business systems platform from Unix to NT at two locations and prepared it to operate in the 21st century.

·         Managed the Y2K implementation team preparing the manufacturing, business systems and communications for the Year 2000.

·         Led the conversion effort from a second generation Unix based to a 4th generation NT based ERP.

·         Installed company wide E-Mail systems and maintained the voice mail and communication systems.

·         Established an Internet presence with T1 connections to the Internet and prepared for ANX connection to the Automotive Supplier Network.

·         Create a WAN for the remote Regal facility.

·         Prepared the Engineering Department for SDRC implementation.












NACHI ROBOTIC SYSTEMS     Novi, MI                            January 1995 – September 1997

As MIS Manager, grew the Information Services from 15 unconnected personal computers to a Microsoft NT LAN Network with 3 servers and 100 workstations.

·         Evaluated, selected and implemented the Made2Manage E system for all business functions from Quoting through Accounting, Job Cost, Production Control, Purchasing, Inventory Control, Shipping and Receiving. 

·         Established electronic communications between Nachi and its customers and suppliers, including EDI and Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0. 

·         Built Nachi’s Web presence

·         Created a WAN for  Nachi’s 4 branch offices, domestic and international, within the NT network.

·         Performed all Hardware and Software installation and trouble shooting. 

·         Developed and maintained a backup and disaster recovery system.

·         Installed CATIA under AIX and Autocad under NT for the Engineering Department.


ADT AUTO AUCTIONS     Taylor, MI                                              May 1991 – 1994 December

As Lot Operations Manager, developed and implemented quality circle techniques within an hourly paid workforce.

·         Responsible for site security, including security personnel.

·         Introduced and developed computer based scheduling and monitoring of workgroups.

·         Developed and implemented the computer based departmental payroll and purchasing functions, including overtime monitoring.

·         Developed and implemented an employee development program.



GEORGE S. MAY INTERNATIONAL COMPANY            Park Ridge, IL  July 1987 – July 1991

As Senior Executive in Charge of Client Services, was responsible for the resolution of problems associated with computer consulting assignments.

·         Performed over 200 business and computer consulting assignments, from East to West Coast, in industries ranging from retail sales to manufacturing to service.

·         Developed, implemented and trained clients in the use of both manual and computer based Accounting, Job Costing, Inventory Control, Production Control and Sales Planning and Control.


CURTIS 1000 INFORMATION SYSTEMS Atlanta, GA      September 1985 – April 1987

As Director of Technical Planning, was a member of the Strategic Planning Committee.

·         Researched and selected the computer hardware (VAD/VAR) to be remarketed by this development and remarketing company that provided turnkey systems to the health care industry.


GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION Detroit, Antwerp, Stockholm               July 1961 - July1984

·         Gained technical background in computer and computer based communications systems.

·         Performed as operator, operations supervisor, programmer, systems analyst, systems programmer, capacity planning manager, manager of office automation and manager of technical support.

·         Managed a $ 7,000,000 project to install 1,500 personal computers in 27 locations. 

·         Assisted in the integration of 9 European Data Centres.

·         Created and implemented the User Resource and Assistance Group.  This first group of its kind within General Motors, trained departmental personnel to integrate their own knowledge and data within and across departmental sub-systems.




PROJECT MANAGEMENT             22 years experience                   1981-2006

PMI Methodology, General Motors SDP-21, Ford Motor SDLC, 6sigma methodology

PERSONAL COMPUTER / CLIENT SERVER       20 years experience       1983 - 2004

DOS, UNIX, AIX, Apple, Macintosh

Windows, Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95,98, Windows NT, Windows 2000

Microsoft Office Professional 2000, Microsoft Project 2000

Adobe Acrobat, Corel Draw, Corel Paint, Instinctive eRoom

BASIC, VISUAL BASIC, Visual Fox-Pro, C++


SQL, Oracle, Powerbase

NETWORKING         10 years experience       1993 - 2004

AppleTalk, Novell, Microsoft Windows 2000, NT 4.0, LAN, WAN, Microsoft Exchange, Outlook, Lotus Notes, GroupWise, Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0, IIS , Tivoli Systems Management, ZEN Works

MAINFRAME                       20 Years experience      1961 - 1984

Operating systems - DOS, MFT, MVT and MVS

Sub-systems - CICS, IMS, TSO/SPF, VTAM, JES2, JES3

Languages - Assembler, Basic, COBOL, PlI

Networking – TCP/IP, SNA/SDLC, asynchronous, bi-synchronous

MINI-COMPUTER   10 years experience       1981 - 1991

IBM s/36, Hewlett-Packard, Digital Equipment, VAX, Wang VS, SGI, SUN



BS Business Management         Wayne State University     Detroit, MI

MBA Management                   Wayne State University     Detroit, MI


REFERENCES Available upon request