CURRICULUM VITAE ERIC JOSE ANTONIO SANTAMARIA NUBLA III 403 University Residences- North, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, QC 0917-6230304; email@example.com 20 years old March 4, 1992
5’10” 145 lbs.
Single Filipino- American
To run for the position of Human Resources Head in Ateneo CODE
Bachelor of Science (2014) Major in Management Ateneo de Manila University European Business Semester (2012) Munich Business School Silver Medalist for Academic Excellence (2007, 2008, 2009) Campus Journalist of the Graduating Batch (2009) With Honors, 6th in the Batch (2009) Sacred Heart School- Ateneo de Cebu China Summer Study Tour Participant (2006) Jimei University (集美大学), Xiamen, China China Summer Study Tour Participant (2007) Huaqiao University (华侨大学), Xiamen, China
Human Resources Department Member (2010-2011), Logistics Department Member (2010-2011), ARSA COMELEC
Activities: ARSAFEST: Where’s Your Destination? Marketing Manager (2012), Harry Potter Movie Premiere Project Co-Head (2011), ARSA ORSEM Finance Manager (2011), ARSA Marketing Finance Arms ARSA Loyola Schools Response and Action Management Team (2010-2011), ARSA ORSEM Logistics Team Co-Head (2011), Ateneo Resident Students’ Association Project Management Professional (2010-2011), Project Management Manual- Production Team (2010-2011), Bantay Presidente Project Adviser (2010-2011), SOSS Night: IgNight Core Team Member (2010-2011), Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng mga Paaralang Lolyola ng Ateneo de Manila (Department of Internal Affairs -Project Management System) LEGACY Cycle 1 Organizing Committee Vice President for Programs (2011), Participant, Assessment Center (2011), AIESEC Ateneo Open Mic Night Marketing and Finance Team Member (2010), Open Mic Night 2 Logistics Co-head (2011), Musikero
Cluster Representative (2012-2013), Community Building Team Leader (2011-2012), HR Night Project Head (2012), Facilitator for Ateneo LEX Engagement: SYNERGY: Business & Law Conference (2012), Alumnight: Nostalgia Core Team Member (2012), Member for Tugon Engagement: Unified Vision, Cooperation, and Team Building (2012), Newbie Deployment Project Head (2011), Deputy Head for Enderun Culinaire Long Term External Engagement: Constitution and CIP Crafting (2011), Deputy Head for UP Sikat 2 External Engagement: Membership Empowerment and Organizational Change (2011), Team Head for Enderun Lux Lucis External Engagement: Team Building (2011), Facilitator for MECO Engagement: Facilitation Training (2011), Deputy of Administration for SPEED Engagement: Relational Leadership, Teamwork, and Processing (2011), Facilitator for Makati High School External Engagement: Responsibility (2011), Deputy Head for Francisco High School External Engagement: Team Building and Leadership Training (2010), Facilitator for Philadelphia School External Engagement: Confidence Booster (2010), Member for Kaingin Engagement: Commitment (2010), Ateneo Consultants for Organization Development and Empowerment (Ateneo CODE) Work-Related Experience:
Chamonix Real Estate, Assistant Broker (2012) Facilitator, Department of Educationâ€™s National Leadership Training Seminar for Student Government Officers (2010, 2011) Day 4 Content Team Member, Department of Educationâ€™s National Leadership Training Seminar for Student Government Officers (2011) Assistant Clerk, Hilo Dollar Plus, Hawaii (2010)
Human Resources Specific Leadership Training Seminar (2011, 2012, 2013), Client Relations Specific Leadership Training Seminar (2012), Coordinating Head Specific Leadership Training Seminar (2012), Planning and Evaluation Seminar (2011, 2012), Ateneo CODE Global Internship Orientation Seminar (2011), Local Conference: AIESEC AdMU Leadership Development Seminar (2011), AIESEC AdMU The Last Lecture Series by Fr. Ben Nebres and Ariel Diccion (2011)
I can speak and write English, Filipino, and Visayan. Also, I can speak and write basic Chinese and Spanish. I have sufficient knowledge in programs such as MS Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. My skills include research, SLE (Structured Learning Experience) module crafting, project management, facilitation and organizational planning. I am comfortable working both individually and within the framework of a team.
I enjoy planning and organizing events. Also, in my spare time, I enjoy watching movies and TV shows, reading books and journal articles, and listening to classical and alternative music. I revel in traveling to new places, interacting with people of diverse personalities and cultures, and learning new languages.
February 9, 2013 CODE COMELEC 2013
Petition for Candidacy
To CODE COMELEC 2013, I hereby state that Mr. Eric Santamaria Nubla is eligible to run for the position of Human Resources Head for SY 2013-2014 since he has successfully completed the General Assessment Module and has produced all deliverables for the Human Resources Specific Leadership Training Seminar this February 2013, deeming him a graduate of said SLTS.
Gabriela Noelle S. Pangilinan Human Resources Head, 2013-2014
NAME: Eric Jose Antonio S. Nubla III YEAR AND COURSE: III- BS MGT POSITION SOUGHT: Human Resources Head Summarized Platform: The Human Resources Department revolves around one thing, the people of the organization. This department looks after the growth, involvement, active participation, and holistic formation of each member as well as the culture of the organization. It serves as an empowering body that motivates and guides the members in their journey in Ateneo CODE, through specific department efforts, to be able to live up to its title as the heart of the organization. My vision for HR is to incorporate what Iâ€™ve learned from the last 3 HRHs. I want to look into the different ways the CODErs were able to develop and delve into both a micro and macro perspective into the department, to guide it into one that is in line with its duties, (1) holistic development of members and (2) reinforcement of CODE values and culture, and to reflect a department of continuity, structure, awareness, and transparency.
February 13, 2013 CODE COMELEC 2013 Letter of Intent To CODE COMELEC 2013, I, Eric Jose Antonio S. Nubla III, am writing this letter to your good office to express my intention to run for the position of Human Resources Head of Ateneo CODE for the SY 2013-2014. This coming school year will be my fourth year in Ateneo CODE. After much discernment, I decided to take this opportunity to serve this organization that has given me so much. I want to give back to this department that has helped me grow for the past three years, not just as a CODEr but as a person as well. CODE takes care of other organizations, but HR takes care of the CODErs. Now, I want to take care of HR. I believe that throughout my stay here, I was able to immerse myself in the organization through trainings, engagement team positions, facilitations, and various leadership roles, one of which was a CBTL in the Human Resources Department. With this opportunity to go back to the department, I will return with three things: experience, passion, and perspective. Experience: Being a former member of HR, I’ve learned the in’s and out’s of the department. I know what the job entails, and the sacrifices to be made. I am familiar of the time, effort, patience, and persistence that this job entails, and it is something I'm more than willing to provide. Passion: It is no secret that HR is my first love. I believe in this department and the principles on which it stands. I would like to use one of my favorite CBTL quotes, “Try making it your business to care about who they are and what they’re trying to become, I dare you to tell me then, that you haven’t been changed.” Perspective: This last year, I went on JTA and served my term as a Cluster Representative in the Client Relations Department. I believe that these give me added perspective as I was able to observe HR from an outsider’s point-of-view, equipped with the experience and knowledge of a former frontliner of that department. With this, I hope you take this into consideration. I’m looking forward to spending my last year in the Ateneo serving this incredible organization.
Eric Jose Antonio S. Nubla III III- BS MGT Ateneo de Manila University
NAME: Eric Jose Antonio S. Nubla III YEAR AND COURSE: III- BS MGT POSITION SOUGHT: Human Resources Head VISION The Human Resources Department revolves around one thing, and that is the people of the organization. This department looks after the growth, involvement, active participation, and holistic formation of each member as well as the culture of the organization as a whole. It serves as an empowering body that motivates and guides the members in their journey in Ateneo CODE, through specific department efforts, to be able to live up to its title as the heart of the organization. The SY2013-2014 is going to be my fourth year in this organization that I have grown up in, and come to love. I believe that throughout my stay here, I was able to immerse myself in the organization through trainings, engagement team positions, facilitations, and various leadership roles, one of which was a CBTL in the Human Resources Department. With this opportunity to go back to the department, I will return with three things: experience, passion, and perspective. The department is composed of the Human Resources Head (HRH) and the Community Building Team Leaders (CBTL’s). My vision for HR next year is to incorporate what I’ve learned from the terms of the last 3 HR Heads. I want to look into the different ways the CODErs were able to develop and delve into both a micro (Cam Marcelo) and a macro (Sean Galvez, Gabriela Pangilinan) perspective into the department, to guide it into one that is in line with its duties, (1) holistic development of members and (2) reinforcement of CODE values and culture, and to reflect a department of continuity, structure, awareness, and transparency. GOALS 1. To be able to promote a nurturing environment that’s conducive for holistic development and formation of the members in the different aspects of their CODE lives 2. To provide the CODErs with avenues to strengthen relationships with each other and foster camaraderie in the organization through various projects of the department. 3. To further enhance department efforts to monitor and encourage the growth of the members as well-rounded CODErs 4. To be able to strengthen internal relations and operations in the department for a more synergized HR 5. To be well-coordinated with the other departments for a better Ateneo CODE EFFORTS The HR department will focus on the various ways it can help the organization develop. This will involve continuing quality projects of previous years with a few refinements, as well as some new efforts to increase the performance of the members, the department, and the organization. Among these are: Recruitment Week – This year, we were able to reach the targeted maximum number of 250 applicants. Moreover, the waitlist system was implemented, for those who were not able to make it to the initial list. For next year, we will do the same, and aim to once again reach over 250 applicants through the valiant efforts of the recruitment team.
Monthly HR Projects – I wish to continue the monthly HR projects for the members to be able to showcase and develop their other skills and talents. This will also serve as an avenue for CODErs to unwind and enjoy the various types of projects the department will prepare for them, at the same time, strengthen inter-member relations outside of org work. These projects would include Tambay Week, Newbie Deployment, Retambay Week, Sportsfest, Awards Night, Talent Night, Christmas Party. HR Planning Seminar – This year, the HR Head conducted an overnight planning seminar for the CBTL’s. I want to continue this to give the CBTL’s an opportunity to voice out their opinions, ideas, proposed plans, etc. We will also go through the different goals, projects, concerns, etc. as a department. This will also serve as a great opportunity for the HR Head and the CBTL’s to get to know each other more and bond as the new HR. Parenting 101 ! CBTL 101 – Parenting 101 happens during the summer. It started last year and was continued this year. It includes best practices, parenting styles, testimonies, and evaluations. It is a form of training to help orient the newly accepted CBTLs with their roles as parents before they start forming their families with the oldies. I want to add another dimension to this through CBTL 101. It will involve the same method, but further emphasize the CBTLs’ other roles such as project heads and co-CBTLs. Structured Department Meetings - This year, I would like to build up on the foundation of the HR meetings by incorporating previous practices, adding a couple of details, at the same time, establishing a more concrete structure. This will strictly occur at least once a month. It will begin with the macro aspect such as monthly project progress, org-wide concerns and culture assessment and evaluation. Then, as a department, we can discuss what aspects and efforts we can keep, tweak, maintain, change, etc. This will be followed by the micro aspect, which concerns the usual updates on goals, families, department concerns, etc. Evaluations – The evaluation of the HR projects is to be done within two weeks of the event. This is conducted by the CBTL’s in charge of the project and monitored by the HR Head. In the past years, only the HR Head and the CBTLs in charge of the certain project would get to view the evaluation. Now, I plan to include the results of the evaluation as part of the agenda in the following department meeting for everyone to be able to pick up a thing or two from the practices of the previous projects, and increase transparency in the department. CBTL OJT- I would like to continue this effort, as incorporated in the HR SLTS this year, with a couple of additions. It helps give the applicants a glimpse of what it’s like to be a CBTL through experience, and not just theory. I would like to extend the period of being a CBTL to be able to have a slightly more in-depth understanding of what the job entails. The participants will be given the chance to perform CBTL duties like attend a mock HR Meeting, conduct mock Evaluations, make a project proposal, become parents, and conduct IC’s. CB Team of the Month (tie up with the Secretary General) – This was started a couple of years ago and continued last year. It is going to be a tie up with the department of the Secretary General. There will be a point system weighed fairly by the S7 for this award (e.g. 1 point for dry run, 2 points for being part of the engagement team, etc). I want to bring this back to promote healthy competition among the families and, more importantly, serve as a tool to further the active participation among the members in the various aspects of development in our CODE lives such as dry runs, engagements, GA’s, HR Events, etc.
Family Engagements (tie up with Cli Rel and Ex Rel) – This effort will be a tie-up with the Client Relations and External Relations Departments. It will be another avenue for the CB Teams to bond, and, at the same time, learn from each other. I would also want to include this in the CB Team goals, and have a family engagement at least once within the school year. This effort comes with the intention of promoting active participation and well roundedness to the members so that they understand that their CB Team is a group they can have fun with at both play and work. Individual Consultations – This will be a more personal way to reach out to members to be able to get to know them better, as well as to give them the chance to voice out their opinions and concerns. This will develop a deeper understanding and give HR a chance for empowerment and motivation. Individual consultation will be conducted between: 1. 2. 3. 4.
HR Head and Oldies (during the first semester) HR Head and Newbies (during the second semester) HR Head and CBTL’s (at least once per semester) CBTL’s and kids (at least once per semester)
Meet the Mentors (tie up with the Coordinating Head) – This will be a tie-up with the office of the Coordinating Head. The program is designed for the CBTL’s to have IC’s with the mentors of their newbies to be able to discuss different aspects of their kids/mentees such as their growth in the organization, how best to approach him/her, motivating factors, etc. for the benefit of the parents, the mentors, and more importantly, the newbies. I want to incorporate the Meet the Mentors program into the CB Team goals, and have it done at least once a semester.