Child And Youth Program Assistant Resume Example

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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
Professional Summary

Skilled Licensed Practical Nurse offering 3+ years of experience in the field. Knowledgeable about assisting with non-invasive procedures and performing respiratory treatments. Strong documentation skills and a firm grasp of compliance requirements.

  • Pulse Ox Tracking
  • HIPAA Compliance
  • Laboratory Testing
  • Breathing treatments
  • Patient Assessments
  • Direct Patient Care
  • Documentation
  • Inventory
  • Patient Care
  • Infection Control
  • Caregiving skills
  • EMR / EHR
  • Documenting intake
  • MS Office
Work History
Child and Youth Program Assistant, 05/2018 to Current
Department Of DefenseHarmans, MD,
  • Hours per week: 35 Pay Plan: NA CYPA (This is a federal job, Work between 30-40 hours per week.
  • Have received gifts from parents at Christmas and Valentines day.
  • Volunteered for Valentines day party in room 168 after a shift of 0515-1415.
  • Volunteer hours were 1430-1600.
  • 2/14/2020.
  • Worked extra hours for accreditation.
  • Mission essential for COVID- 19 mission.
  • Worked 1 day per week 0515-1115 during COVID-19 mission.
  • Volunteered for the face painting at the April 5th CYS Earth day event in 2019.
  • Completed target level requirements.
  • Now on annual IDP.
  • Came up with the idea for the Valentines day party activities.
  • Adaptable to schedule changes at the last minute.
  • Reliable.
  • Communicates with lead about improvements that could be made in recording diaper changing logs.
  • Works well with others.
  • Communicates with the lead about changes in children’s schedules, when the children will be gone, if there are any diaper rashes, how their day has been.
  • Checks the medication/first aid bag regularly for expired items or missing items, then gathers the appropriate items.
  • Works split shift for 2 different rooms.
  • Infant/toddler room and infant/toddler hourly care.
  • Have worked numerous shifts.
  • Continues to work on Better Kid Care, TS Gold, KIT.
  • Continues to have good rapport with families even after their children move on to the next class.
  • Have not received any ICE complaints.
  • Every Friday completes the next weeks paperwork which includes: ratio sheets, sign in sheets for the children of the room, daily checklist for the week, meal sheets for the week and change out the rosters in the emergency contact books.
  • Worked the two give parents a break Saturdays since hire date.
  • Open the infant/pre-toddler room and completes the daily checklist and closes the room completing the daily checklist.
  • Greets parents and children upon them entering the room.
  • While receiving children, the morning health assessment is completed and the information of when the last feeding was is recorded.
  • Records current ratios every 30 minutes and completes face to name every 30 minutes.
  • Infants diapers are changed every hour and pre-toddlers are changed every two hours and recorded on appropriate sheets.
  • Work with other ages of children while covering lunches and breaks, pre-toddlers, toddlers, and preschoolers.
  • Ensures bottles are labeled with correct label and information such as: name, date, what type of formula, if on formula or if on human milk what day and time it was expressed, frozen and thawed.
  • If child is on human milk label will have a stop sign on label and lid of bottle and on the picture of child on the cabinet.
LPN, 07/2012 to 11/2013
Lhc GroupLagrange, GA, United States
  • Salary: 28,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Series: 0620 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 05 LPN (This is a federal job, Learned and maintained knowledge of AHLTA, CHCS and PCMH.
  • Worked in family medicine which provides care to 50,000 annual appointments for soldiers, families and retirees.
  • Performed blood pressure checks, O2 saturations, temperature, height and weight for all patients.
  • Took a health history of why the patients were being seen in the clinic and gave report to the doctor before they went in to see the patient.
  • Recorded findings and recorded vitals as mentioned above.
  • Worked in pediatrics for over a year with the same doctor.
  • Learned how to anticipate the needs of patients based on reason why they were being seen in clinic and results of their vitals which include: height, weight, blood pressure (on children 3 and older), heart rate, respiratory rate, and O2 saturations.
  • Recorded all findings in AHLTA and gave report to doctor before they went in to see patient.
  • While taking a health history, if the patient had a complaint of a sore throat and had a fever, a rapid strep test was done and ordered in the computer before the doctor saw the patient so the results would come back during the appointment.
  • If O2 saturations were below 92% patient would be monitored and if needed a breathing treatment would be started as directed by the doctor.
  • Recorded all test results from lab, x-ray, orthopedics, new born reports from hospital and ER reports.
  • On several occasions, we had to send patients out of the clinic via ambulance, started proper paperwork for transfer and contacted the receiving hospital.
  • During well baby appointments, parents were given appropriate paperwork for developmental milestones with their babies’ height and weight recorded on the papers.
  • Also, provided any other information parents needed, for example, information for breastfeeding classes, parent support groups, and how to apply for WIC if needed.
  • Worked rotations in immunizations giving shots, laboratory doing blood draws and worked 8 flu clinics at multiple locations and worked 4 school physical days.
  • Maintained patient safety and confidentiality.
LPN, 08/2010 to 05/2011
Lhc GroupLargo, FL,
  • Kept accurate inventory and documentation of all prescription and nonprescription medications in the clinic for up to 30 students.
  • Administered hearing and vision screenings to over 1000 students and recorded all results in the computer and sent home results that needed further testing.
  • Monitored six students who were diabetic, three of which were on insulin pumps.
  • Kept a small cabinet of various foods and juices for low glucose readings.
  • Had specific guidelines in place if the kids hit a low or hit a high reading.
  • Provided a safe place for students to come if they needed someone to talk to in confidence.
  • Took care of several children who were very depressed and started self- mutilating, and could talk to them and help them get professional out of school care.
  • Provided basic first aid to any student or faculty member that came into my office, I was a member of the SIT (student intervention) team which consists of the student, teachers, principal, parents and the school nurse.
  • The SIT team is responsible for helping make IEPs (individualized education plans).
  • Held a good rapport with students and parents.
Technical or Occupational Certificate 7 /2012 Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: IV Therapy certification: , Expected in
Johnson County Community College - Lenexa,
Technical or Occupational Certificate: LPN, Expected in 5 /2010
Pratt Community College - Pratt,
LPN license
Associate's Degree: medical, Expected in 5 /2006
Cowley County Community College - Arkansas City, KS

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School Attended
  • Johnson County Community College
  • Pratt Community College
  • Cowley County Community College
Job Titles Held:
  • Child and Youth Program Assistant
  • LPN
  • LPN
  • Technical or Occupational Certificate 7 /2012 Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: IV Therapy certification
  • Technical or Occupational Certificate
  • Associate's Degree