I have worked in Corrections most of my career. I started in 1996 until June 2012. I have worked as an Correction Officer supervising inmates on a daily basis. I went from an Officer to Kitchen Supervisor for awhile. I later took a job in a county Jail. I started as an Officer and went to a Class D Coordinator. I was responsible for State inmates, billing for their stay and taking care of their intake and release papers.
I work well with very little supervision, I am hard working, loyal and dependable. I will do whatever asked of me as long as it meets all Policy and Procedure guidelines. I work well under pressure and I have shown excellent leadership skills.
I was apart of a Mentor Program while working at Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women, The program was to help new employees to understand the daily ins and outs of Corrections.
I have worked with special needs adults, including those with with learning disabilities, mental challenges and physical impairments.
I have had Mental Health training, CPR and first aide training.
I was responsible for the State inmates that were housed at Meade County. I did billing for the inmates that ran on an average of $70,000 to $90,000 a month. I was also responsible for their intake and release paperwork for the inmates. As Class D Coordinator I took the Oath to ensure the safety and security for the community of Meade County.
I also attended Sullivan University in Louisville, Ky for Culinary Arts.
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