To secure a management position in Social Services Administration/ Auditing Division/Training where I can utilize my proficient abilities, skills, education, experience to effectively manage, and advocate for participants to achieve self-sufficiency. Excellent communication skills, devise and deliver seminars to groups of 100 people, formatted policy manuals , Safety and disaster plans, resource manuals, received several commendations for articulate, clear and accurate reports. Developed training materials, revisions of programs, quality assurance procedures and forms. Exceptional analytical abilities to develop strategies .Proficient in analyzing programs, implementing effective resolutions. Outstanding organizational abilities with attention to detail. Adept at balancing multiple competing priorities simultaneously, in high energy, fast paced environments while consistently meeting all deadlines and quality requirements. Extremely industrious, goal-orientated, motivated for superior work ethic, dedication and integrity. Work well independently or within a large division of personnel. Proficient in Microsoft word, Excel, Outlook and Internet research.
Administrator Technician January 2014 to July 2015PATHPOINT － Cerritos, California
Meet with participants for eligibility; provide referrals to resources, programs.
Review career data, provide editing, employment opportunities, and review status of employment with employers, follow-up with resources for employers.
Revise and submit data for Employment Training of employers.
Proactively devise employment opportunities, and several responsibilities of a career center location.
Assistant Manager January 2011G.E.O. CARE － Los Angeles, California
Supervised 15 Security Officers, 2 Case Managers, and 2 Job Developers within a medium correctional facility.
Facilitated groups, meetings, treatment plans, developed program provisions and resources.
Met with Department of Probation, Parole regarding acquiescence of inmates and their stratagem in release.
Senior Counselor January 2009 to January 2010PHOENIX HOUSE － Lakeview Terrace, California
Responsible for 80 male residents, 8 staff members within a substance treatment facility with compliance to safety procedures, safety and program guidelines, counseling of youth, conduct groups, leadership meetings, issue incident reports, progress notes and employee evaluations.
Housing Coordinator January 2008 to January 2009PROTOTYPES － Pomona, California
Responsible for locating, negotiating costs of housing for 16 to 25 year old participants within Los Angeles County whom achieved status for release from Department of Juvenile Justice.
Conducted weekly follow-up with the participants to ensure progress provided supportive services and statistical reports Developed relationships within the communities to assist participants reduce multiple barriers.
Created a resources guide for participants to reduce barriers.
Updated progress notes, compiled monthly.
House Manager January 2005 to January 2006CHILDHELP USA － Costa Mesa, California
Responsible for operations of an adolescent facility, performed audits and developed policies and procedures.
De-escalate children and provided guidance.
Performed weekly staff meetings to discuss progress of children, to effectively train staff of disaster plans, de-escalating of clients, Individual Educational Plans.
and transitioning youth into additional locations.
House Manager January 2004MARY’S SHELTER － Santa Ana, California
Monitored, counseled adolescents and their children emancipating from D.O.P.
provided leadership to clients with independent living skills, job seeking skills and educational pursuits.
Submitted daily progress notes, status in their Probation, and ability to strive towards self- sufficiency.
2003 Manager, Career Management, LOS ANGELES JOB CORPS CENTER, LOS ANGELES, Ca., Interviewed, trained, evaluated 14 Case Managers for compliance within procedures,Performed weekly meetings of trainings, revision within procedures , difficult participants with noncompliance within progress, education ,attendance ,and premise areas.Reviewed, followed- up within reports of 735 participants with attendance, educational and vocational development.Devised audit for case management, and held staff accountable for adovocating for partciapnts.
Bachelor of Science : Law Enforcement SociologyWESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY University of California － MACOMB Davis, ILLINOISLaw Enforcement Sociology Cultural Diversity/Behavior Modification/Management & Upgrading/ Problem-solving Techniques/ Domestic Violence /Dual Diagnosed Participants /Defusing Hostile Clients / Motivation of Clients and several additional seminars. Social Service Departments Los Angeles: Education, Housing, Multitude of Abuses and their effect within Children, Youth, Adult. Medic First Aid: First Aid and C.P.R. EXCELLENT REFERENCES AVAILABLE
C, case management, Ca, counseling, Clients, editing, First Aid, leadership, notes, meetings, negotiating, policies, Problem-solving, progress, safety, seminars, treatment plans, Upgrading