Recent graduate well-educated on state, federal laws and court procedures. Expertise in research and statistical analysis. Excellent work ethic and strength in boosting company morale.
Social Security: 089-68-1305 Country of Citizenship: USA Veteran Preference: N/A
Ability to secure Top Secret Security Clearance.
Criminal law knowledge
Forensic science/ Chemistry
Strong decision maker
Fraud Investigative experience
50 WPM typing speed
Articulate and well-spoken
Accurate and detailed
Exceptional research skills
Advanced Excel spreadsheet functions
Social media knowledge (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
Civil Process Specialist07/2012
to 05/2013 Broward Sheriff's Office – Ft. Lauderdale,
29/ Part-Time Salary= $13.49/hr
Cliff Denig 954-321-4426, Sal Borgese
I was responsible for solely
creating an organized filing system for 250 plus Special Process Server
(SPS) files as well as update these files and manually enter demographic
and other pertinent information in a computerized system within one week.
I served as the primary contact for inquiries with regard to the SPS
I also worked independently on
a project of skip tracing returned service sheets submitted via mail to
recipients (Plaintiffs) by analyzing, researching and compiling forwarding
information to resubmit paperwork. I researched over 300 service sheets
returned from the years of 2009 to 2013 with the use of DAVID, USPS and
other web based portals.
Generated and tabulated
figures for monthly Statistical Reports by extracting data from Agency's
data base or use of paper reports, as well as prepared and formatted new
reports of Agency information.
Received, processed, prepared and recorded primarily non-enforceable legal documents for service of
Types of documents are as
follows: Subpoenas, Tax Deeds, Summons/Complaints/Petitions, Citations,
Eviction Writs, Mental Health Summons/Orders, Child Support, etc.
Assisted in the preparation
and distribution of enforceable legal documents for service of process.
Researched, compiled, and
prepared files and documents within the Civil Division.
Entered and accessed
information in the Civil Process database, including entering data to
generate a service sheet to return information after the service sheets
have been completed by the deputies.
Performed other various
Post Attendance Auditor/ Investigator03/2011
to 04/2012 Family Central Inc – North Lauderdale,
FL Hours/week= 40 Salary= $10.00/hr
Supervisor: Sandra Paul 954-720-1000
Independently conducted on
site audits and investigations for the purposes of the School Readiness
and Voluntary Prekindergarten Program (VPK). Audited roughly about 50 plus
Providers each month.
Created and implemented a
report writing process after conducting audits/investigations to
management in which I was also praised by management on the veracity and informative reports written.
Conducted onsite and offsite
Investigations/Audits to Home Day Care and Schools on recurring basis
and/or if possible situations of fraud have been detected.
Assessed the Provider's
facility ensuring compliance and conveyed notice of any incidence of child
abuse for relevant legal actions. Reported any indications of abuse,
neglect and abandonment to Florida Abuse Hotline and Managers.
Audited Provider Reimbursement
Reports to ensure accurate payments for provider of educational services
on a monthly basis.
Audited Provider Attendance
Records for Child Care Providers and Schools in the VPK and School
Readiness programs to ensure proper protocol has been met with the laws,
regulations and administrative procedures set forth by the Early Learning
Ensured that any audit
findings and recommendations made during the course of the audit are
promptly communicated to management.
Prepared and submitted
investigative reports covering all phases of the investigation/audit.
Drafted Outcome Reports and provided Technical Assistance to Providers for
discrepancies found in audit.
Developed and managed case
management files and computer databases, to present accurate recording and
availability of file information.
Performed follow-up work as
necessary subsequent to audits completed.
Recommended corrective action
to improve operations and efficiency.
Provided Liaison help to
Providers and Clients and other assistance needed
Researcher/Case Processor 08/2010
to 03/2011 Title-Write Solutions, Inc. – Deerfield Beach,
Hours/Week= 40 Salary= Paid per File Supervisor: Gabriel Desouza 954-571-7900 Accomplishments
Received Employee of the Month
award three months after working with Company.
I was known as the "Speed
Processor" by Manager for independently Researching and Processing 30
plus files a day in a timely and accurate manner.
Given several projects
regarding major Real Estate clientele to work on within deadlines of a few
days by Manager in which I executed them within deadlines
Researched public records
using a variety of tools, which also involves property taxes, municipal
searches, and flood zones and examines titles to determine legal condition of
property title in all counties of Florida.
Examined copies of records, such as
mortgages, liens, judgments, easements, vital statistics, and plat and map
books to determine ownership and legal restrictions and to verify legal
description of property.
Copied or summarized (abstracted) recorded
documents, such as mortgages, trust deeds, and contracts affecting condition of
title to property.
Analyzed restrictions and prepares report
outlining restrictions and actions required to clear title.
Extracted and compiles data into documents
Prepared and issued policy that guaranteed legality of Title.
Proofread documents submitted by Searchers
for grammatical, mathematical, typographical and compositional errors adhering
to formatting standards and guidelines.
Performed duties such as maintaining
simple to complex files, searching and investigating information contained in
files, processing departmental documents requiring more specific knowledge of
functional operations and entering report results into tracking system.
Updated/maintained database with reviewed
and corrected data.
Manager/ Bookkeeper 01/2007
to 01/2009 Woodfloor Pros Inc. – Ft Lauderdale,
FL Owned Business
Recruited and Hired Staff
Managed account payable and receivables
Managed payroll and invoices for clients
Recorded company financial transactions using Quick-books
Audited records of payments made with customers
as well as other financials
Conducted follow-ups on Customer satisfaction for
Managed calendar and appointments
Conducted research for events and items needed.
Inventory and ordering of supplies and office
Ran personal tasks such as bank deposits and
Work Study Administrative Assistant 03/2005
to 06/2006 Keiser University – Ft Lauderdale,
Conducted statistical research with students and
Assisted in the planning and coordination of events such as school
fundraisers and career workshops
Assisted senior recruiting staff with career fairs and recruiting events.
Answered and managed incoming and outgoing calls while recording accurate messages.
Prepared statistical reports and correspondences
Handled information requests
Answered and managed incoming and outgoing calls while recording accurate messages.
Arranged conference calls, intake
on job board, scheduled meetings, data entry, Inventory of
Organized outgoing mail.
Directed guests and routed deliveries and courier services.
Greeted numerous visitors, including VIPs, vendors and interview candidates.
Master of Arts: Criminal Justice 2013University of Massachusetts -
Relevant Coursework: Criminal Profiling, Forensic Psychology, Criminal Mind and
Behavior, Criminological Theory, Criminal Homicide, Descriptive and Inferential
Statistics, Victimology, Law and Public Policy, Sex Crimes and Offenders and
Graduate Certificate in Forensic Criminology 2011University of Massachusetts -
Bachelor of Arts: Chemistry2007Florida Atlantic University -
Relevant Coursework: General Chemistry, Organic
Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, General Biology, Biophysical Chemistry,
Associate of Science: Crime Scene Technology 2006Keiser University -
Relevant Coursework:Crime Scene Technology,
Introduction to Forensic Science, Biological Evidence, Crime Scene/Evidence
Photography, Crime Scene Safety, Criminal Law, Criminal Investigations,
Courtroom Presentations of Scientific Evidence, Latent Fingerprint Examination
Associate of Science: Computer Information Systems 2003NYC College of Technology -
[National Dean's List] Academic Achievement Award
Relevant Coursework:Computer Programming/Problem Solving, Operating
Systems/MVS Control Systems, COBOL Programming I and II, Online Programming
(CICS), Database Programming, Introduction to C++ Programming, Systems Analysis
Other Coursework: Principles of Accounting I and II, Business Management, Statistics, Anatomy and Physiology-
FCIC/NCIC - Florida Department of Law Enforcement, 03/3013 - 03/2015
Intro to Incident Command System (ICS 100) for Federal Workers, 2013, Department of Homeland Security. Leadership and Influence, 2013, Department of Homeland Security Decision Making and Problem Solving, 2013, Department of Homeland Security Introduction to Homeland Security Planning, 2013, Department of Homeland Security
COMMUNITY BASED EMPLOYMENT:2003- Present:Private Tutoring, 2012- Present: Tutoring -ABC Tutors, Inc and Club Z In-home Tutoring, Inc for Students that range from Elementary to High School students.
ASSOCIATIONS/AWARDS: Alpha Phi Sigma- 2012, Phi Theta Kappa - 2005, National Deans List - 2000 to 2003
Other Coursework: Principles of Accounting I and II, Business Management, Statistics, Anatomy and Physiology
Job Titles Held:
Civil Process Specialist
Post Attendance Auditor/ Investigator
Work Study Administrative Assistant
Master of Arts : Criminal Justice 2013 Graduate Certificate in Forensic Criminology 2011 Bachelor of Arts : Chemistry 2007 Associate of Science : Crime Scene Technology 2006 Associate of Science : Computer Information Systems 2003
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