Qualified secretary with four years of varied administrative work experience and proven ability to handle and manage office environment; Possesses effective organizational skills in addition to willingness to work above and beyond the call of duty.
Skilled parent liaison
Excellent writing skills
Bilingual: English and Spanish
Positive Beginnings PreschoolFlushing, NYAdministrative Assistant/UPK Coordinator12/2014 to Current
Greet and direct parents entering school to their child's designated classroom.
Answer phone calls, transferring to proper department or taking a detailed message
Draft documents to be used to distribute school information
Schedule school tours for potential new students.
Collect information from new students
Maintain confidential student records, input data and file appropriately
Inventoried and ordered supplies, processed purchase orders and requisitions.
Organize school schedule and calendar and published for staff and students
Perform clerical duties such as copying, faxing, emailing sorting mail etc.
Communicate with teachers, staff and students regarding school news and changes to the schedule or calendar
Created and maintained spreadsheets using advanced Excel functions and calculations to develop reports and lists.
Data entry using the Vendor Portal system for children in the Preschool Program.
Record and input student attendance.
Managed Revolving Accounts for Preschool/Extended Day Programs.
Personal TouchFresh Meadows, NYAssistant Teacher/Office Assistant/QA Assistant/Receptionist03/2012 to 12/2014
Greet and direct parents entering center to their child's designated classroom.
Receive, direct and relay telephone messages and fax messages.
Pick up and deliver mail as well as open and date-stamp all general correspondence.
Responsible for setting up child evaluation appointments for center director.
Maintain confidentiality in all aspects of clients, staff and agency information.
Provide parents with bilingual center tours for placement of their child.
Open and close children's cases as they entered and aged-out of the center.
Ensure children's documentation is correct and updated.
Data entry using the SUNGUARD and NYEIS system for children in the Early Intervention
Maintain and monitor an adequate inventory of office supplies.
Assist in planning and preparation of meetings and conferences.
Provide 1:1 play therapy to children ages 18 months to 3 years old and implement the
Methodology of Applied Behavioral Analysis.
Instruct 15 children a week diagnosed with autism ages 18 months to 3 years old.
Maintain constant communication with parents on their child's progress.
Demonstrate excellent problem-solving skills when working under pressure.
File paperwork for students and staff in their appropriate binders.
Rockland Child Developmental ServicesFresh Meadows, NYTeacher Assistant/Para-Professional03/2011 to 09/2011
Serve within New York State Department of Health approved of Early Intervention Program
which specializes in home, community and center-based care for special needs children.
Work under the guidance of a certified Special Education Teacher within a group setting
teaching children ages 18 months to 3.6 years of age.
Provide one-to-one instruction to children diagnosed with Autism; PDD-NOS; Down
Syndrome; Visual, Cognitive, Social or Communication Impairments.
Assist the Group Teacher in recording observational data utilized for the monitoring of
Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) goals and documenting daily session notes.
Utilize a variety of instructional strategies including Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA),
Picture Exchange Systems, Floor Time, Sign Language and Activity-Based Teaching.
Target specific skills to enhance functioning within the domains of communication,
socialization, adaptive, fine and gross motor as well as sensory development.
Participate in relevant trainings on Child development, ABA, Autism and
Incidental/Activity-Based Teaching and Mandated Reporting.
As indicated, translate for Spanish speaking parents.
CVS PharmacyCollege Point, NYPhoto Care Specialist08/2004 to 04/2011
Serve within a national pharmacy chain as a lead team member within the photography
Maintain accurate records of cash flow activity and sales transactions.
Develop and process photos with APEX photo machine.
Organize and log in customers information through photo touch software system.
Manager digital kiosks, functioning with Kodak software.
Effectivelyhandle customer service issues including photo and in-store problems.
Change signs or labels and record and dispose of damages and pilferage.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Arts:Linguistics and Communication DisordersQueens College CUNY, Queens, New YorkLinguistics and Communication Disorders