Katarína Schuberová,  BA,  MBA

Prednášateľ

Implementácia Globálneho PMO v U.S.Steel a jej prínosy

Education:

09/2007- 12/2008 (distant study)
NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY, Nottingham, UK
With cooperation of the accredited the University of Matej Bel, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
MBA Degree, graduated with Commendation

05/2003- 05/2005 (distant study)
CITY UNIVERSITY Bratislava, OPEN UNIVERSITY Business School, Slovakia
With the headquarters in the UK- Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
Professional Diploma in Management and various management certifications

08/1999- 12/2000
BARAT COLLEGE of DePaul University, Lake Forest, Chicago, Illinois, USA
B.A. Degree in Business / Psychology- with the Emphasis on Human Resources Management
GPA: 3.6 (4.0) Cum Laude Honor

09/1996- 08/1999
UNIVERSITY of PRESOV, Presov, Slovakia
Double Major: • English Linguistics & Literature
• Business Administration w/Emphasis on “HR Management”
3rd year of a 5-year Master’s Program completed with the State Exams (equivalent to Bachelor’s Degree) in Business (then transferred to Barat College, above)

1993-94, 1995-96
RICHMOND ADULT & COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Richmond, London, UK
Certifications- Cambridge Language English Proficiency, Tourism, Commerce and Industry

Languages: Fluent in: English, Slovak, Czech
Good knowledge of: German
Some knowledge of: Russian, Polish, Spanish

Work experience: U.S. STEEL, Kosice, Slovakia, U. S. Steel Serbia & U.S. Steel, Pittsburgh, USA
2/2003 to present; Held the following positions within the company:

09/2009 – present Project Manager- Global Initiatives- Business Service Center Europe
• Leads and coordinates various IT projects on a global level, closely cooperating with other company plants in Europe (Slovakia and Serbia) and across North America, with focus on Organization Change Management, including areas such as Communication, Training, Changes in Organizational Design as a result of changes in Business Processes, assuring Leadership Support and Business Readiness before the IT system change takes place.

07/2008-08/2009 ERP Organization Change Manager – Business Readiness Lead
As an expatriate employee relocated to the USS Headquarters, Pittsburgh, USA
• Covered all activities related to the Change Management during company’s major project ERP that included Communications, Training, Business Readiness, Organizational Design, Change Impact, Process Changes, Position and Role changes for thousands of stakeholders.
• Leads Business Readiness related activities throughout the lifecycle of the ERP projects.

05/2007- 07/2008 ERP Organization Change Manager – Site Lead for Europe
• Under the lead of the US Organization Change Management lead, acted as a leader of all Change Management related activities in the European location – Slovakia and in Serbia.
• Communications – internal and external, newspaper publishing, presentations, workshops.
• Training – preparation of training materials, planning of training schedule and trainees.
• Organizational Design – Couching, Org. Charts, Org. Transition, Job Descriptions, etc.

01/2006- 05/2007 Project Manager- Global Initiatives- Business Service Center Europe
• Leads and coordinates various company projects on a global level, closely cooperating with other company plants in Europe (Slovakia and Serbia) and across North America.
• Administers and leads Employee Motivational and Global Manager Exchange Programs.
• Active member of a change team leading organizational changes in the company (BSCe)
• Prepares and gives presentations on various global topics to the company top management, prepares communication materials, prepares and leads various training sessions.

12/2004-12/2005 Project Manager, Dept. of GM IT Software Applications
• Acts as a Communications Team Lead of the APT (Admin Processes Transformation) project for both Slovakian and Serbian plants; prepares all communications materials, organizes & prepares PowerPoint presentations, works with PR; publishes in the company newsletters and on the website/intranet.
• Organizes and prepares training materials and sessions for the department of 400 people.

01/2004- 12/2004 Office Manager of GM/ Assistant GM IT Infrastructure
02/2003-12/2003 Director Office of VP – Purchasing / Office Manager
• Organization of various activities associated with the VP and GM office daily operations.
• Acts as a communication channel, mainly among GMs and directors within the company, and externally; including the official document translation and interpreting when needed.
• Organized and set-up presentations; involved in current USSK ongoing projects, such as SOX, APT/Accenture, Cost Saving, Workforce Optimization, Career Path.
• In the field of QMS and EMS acts on behalf of the VP, according to international standard requirements ISO 9001, ISO 14001; and is superior to all employees within the section.

01/2001- 12/2001
SPHERION- Staffing Group, Deerfield, Chicago, Illinois, USA        
Accepted challenge to be part of the office in transition; held multiple roles & responsibilities:
Recruiter / Client Service Supervisor / Trainer / Office Branch Coordinator
• Accountable for all activities related to scheduling, testing, evaluating, interviewing, screening and hiring office professionals.
• Managed employees assigned to temporary and temp-to-hire work by providing career support, training, and counseling; handled confidential information, and performance reviews.
• Administered complete client job orders and appropriately matched candidates to client companies according to their needs and expectations.
• Managed all payroll activities on a weekly basis.
• In charge of the specialized “custom-made” recruiting project for the customer service/call center positions for one of the company’s biggest clients – FedEx.

06/2000- 12/ 2000
MISERICORDIA HOME, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Human Resources Assistant in a not-for-profit organization (extended summer internship)
• Responsible for all general HR activities in the HR department, eg. maintenance and processing of employee data, assisting in recruiting, employee verifications, etc.

09/1998- 06/1999
CENTER for EXPLORING and STUDY, Kosice, Slovakia
Recruiter-Advisor-Tutor (seasonal position)
• Recruited for a youth organization; assisted students on their “Student Exchange Programs” abroad by providing support and advice on wide-ranging cultural and adjustment issues.

Computer skills: MS Office, MS Project, Adobe Photoshop, Lotus Notes, SharePoint, Clear Case/Clear Quest


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