Curriculum Vitae

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Surname: Zieleman
First names: Herk
Address: Middelweg 6
Postal code and town: 3956 TM Leersum, The Netherlands
Telefoon: +31 6 508 154 18
Date and place of birth: 20 April 1966, Utrecht
Nationality: Dutch
Marital status: married

Education and Training

2004 ‘Veilig werken aan de weg' (Safe Working on the Road) training course, PBNA
2004 Safety for Operational Supervisors (VCA-VOL), PBNA
2003 Project Management (in-company training)
1996-1997 Business Administration (‘Hoofdopleiding Bedrijfskunde’), IBO
1994-1995 Higher Distribution Logistics, ISW
1993 Financial Management (in-company training)
1992-1993 Logistic Management, ISW
1990-1991 Warehouse Management, ISW
1985 Sonar Operator occupational qualification training, at the Royal Netherlands Navy ODOPS Operational School, in Den Helder
1979-1984 Junior general secondary education (MAVO-D¹ )

Languages

English
(written and spoken):
good
German
(written and spoken):
reasonable

Additional information

Hobbies: Bicycle racing, football, skiing, film editing

Work Experience

August 2007 to present:
Herk Projecten
Own company (one-man business)
  • Project management, national and international.
  • Project management in the field of renovation and restoration, refurbishment of office buildings, private houses, canalside houses, etc.

January 2005-June 2008:
Employer: Bureau Verkeershandhaving Openbaar Ministerie² (BVOM), in Soesterberg
Position: Coordinator of Law Enforcement Resources
  • Coordination of the work activities of employees in the cluster for law enforcement resources.
  • Development of a strategic procurement policy.
  • Management of procurement schemes.
  • Responsible for procurement planning, and drawing up the annual procurement plan.

August 2002-December 2004:
Employer: Peek Traffic, in Amersfoort
Position: Project Manager
  • Responsible for management, construction, planning, staffing, and budgeting of projects, and supervision of the quality of the implementation and completion in a general sense.
  • Responsible for marketing Peek products in Southern Europe (Italy, Spain, Portugal).
  • Responsible for the implementation of the section control system on the A2 motorway, and for various other traffic systems.

January 2000-June 2002:
Employer: HITT Holland Institute of Traffic Technology BV, in Apeldoorn
Position: Senior Project Manager
  • Responsible for management, construction, planning, staffing, and budgeting of projects, and supervision of the quality of the implementation and completion in a general sense.
  • Coordination of subcontractors.
  • Within the ‘Vessel Traffic Management Systems’ segment, responsible for the implementation of the hardware and software of navigation and radar systems for the shipping industry in Malaysia.
  • Conclude contracts for navigation and radar systems for the shipping industry in China.

January 1996-December 1999:
Employer: Getronics, in Nieuwegein
Position: Project Manager
  • Responsible for management, construction, planning, staffing, and budgeting of projects, and supervision of the quality of the implementation and completion in a general sense.
  • Development and construction of roll-out scenarios.
  • Responsible for the Chipknip electronic cash system roll-out (installation) with several major Dutch banks.
Position: International Project Manager (from January 1998 to December 1999 on secondment with EuroShell International BV in Rotterdam)
  • Responsible for the implementation of a new Shell product (vehicle recognition system) at 350 Shell stations in 25 countries.
  • Provide training and courses for the technical contractors concerned, for each country.
  • Responsible for marketing in and communications with the respective Shell countries.

June 1994-January 1996:
Employer: Terberg Verenigde Bedrijven, in Veenendaal
Position: Logistic Manager
  • Reorganisation of EQTEC operational processes (subsidiary).
  • Settlement of EQTEC operations as a result of a takeover.
  • Construction of Terberg operational processes.
  • Car fleet management.
  • Chair of the computerisation committee (purchasing association).

May 1991-May 1994:
Employer: Getronics, in Nieuwegein
Position: Logistics Coordinator
  • Development and implementation of logistic policy.
  • Computerisation of the flow of goods.
  • Reorganisation of 11 warehouses.
  • Conclude contracts with third parties (including warehousing).

May 1990-April 1991:
Employer: Wagner Bouwbeslag, in Nieuwegein
Position: Warehouse Manager

December 1988-April 1990:
Employer: Bemico Elektrotechniek, in Utrecht
Position: Electrician

December 1984-November 1988:
Employer: Royal Netherlands Navy Submarine Service, in Den Helder
Position: KVV ODOPS Sonar Operator, on HMS Tijgerhaai.

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¹ MAVO has a course length of four years. The majority of subjects are offered at two levels, whereby the D-level programme is more advanced than the C-level one.
² As from 1 January 2010, the BVOM (Bureau Traffic Enforcement of the Public Prosecution Service) operates under the name Landelijk Parket Team Verkeer.