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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Organized and dependable candidate successful at managing multiple priorities while maintaining a strong work ethic and exhibiting a positive attitude. Willingness to take on added responsibilities to meet team goals. Practiced at enhancing community support with forward-thinking strategies and skilled leadership over teams and resources. Well-organized, industrious and dedicated to boosting support to meet expanding requirements.

Skills
  • Written and verbal communication
  • Program development
  • Flexible & Adaptable
  • Teambuilding
  • Interviewing skills
  • Organization and Time management
  • Conflict resolution
Work History
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS ANALYST, 10/2019 - Current
Child And Family Bristol, RI,
  • Assist in writing/creating state policy for the Indiana Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program.
  • Assist in the administration of program funding.
  • Update metrics and report grant expenditures.
  • Follow compliance with federal and contractual requirements.
  • Create budgets, allocation tables and draft grant contracts.
  • Provide guidance and programmatic support to Community Action Agencies.
  • Conducted community workshops to promote different programs and educate public on available services.
  • Worked with senior case managers to coordinate team development activities and trainings.
  • Developed and created programs and monitored effectiveness against individual participant needs.
  • Coordinated individual referrals to obtain community services, advocated for client needs and resolved roadblocks.
  • Conducted research, gathered information from multiple sources and presented results.
  • Identified issues, analyzed information and provided solutions to problems.
  • Quickly learned new skills and applied them to daily tasks, improving efficiency and productivity.
  • Navigate within code of Federal regulations (CFR).
COMMUNITY PARNERS LIAISON, 06/2018 - 10/2019
Merakey Hamilton, NJ,
  • Supported and assessed clients struggling with addiction or relationship issues and devised strategies based on client needs.
  • Engagement of services within the local partners and agencies.
  • Initiate referrals and make connections with local families and agencies to help provide support.
  • Seek and provide home based services, transportation, and other resources to families.
  • Distributed monthly community newsletters to convey important news and events to local families and leaders.
  • Networked with local organizations, leaders and consumers, resulting in establishment of new and lasting partnerships and relationships.
  • Developed long-lasting partnerships with stakeholders, including local leaders through active engagement, exemplary communication.
  • Built partnerships with related organizations to develop support and gain greater attention for important issues.
  • Demonstrated respect, friendliness and willingness to help wherever needed.
  • Proved successful working within tight deadlines and fast-paced atmosphere.
  • Advocated for client rights and sought solutions by tracking and monitoring legislation and arranging and attending meetings with congressional lawmakers and staff.
  • Referred clients to appropriate team members, community agencies and organizations to meet treatment needs.
FAMILY CASE MANAGER, 08/2013 - 12/2017
INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SERVICES City, STATE,
  • Managed assessment and permanency caseloads.
  • Developed and implemented variety of innovative policies and strategies to promote client self-sufficiency.
  • Recommended long-term residential treatment, short-term residential treatment and individualized and group drug counseling for clients with substance abuse issues.
  • Maintained regular contact with clients by calling and visiting clients' homes.
  • Completed detailed charts to summarize interactions with patients and booked follow-up sessions.
  • Assessed clients for abuse and neglect to compile documentation for court reports.
  • Educated families and community members about domestic violence, abuse and neglect including its impact on children.
  • Referred families to shelters, legal resources and educational programs.
  • Complied with federal, state and local standards relating to child protection, client confidentiality, risk assessment and reporting and documentation.
  • Facilitated family therapy sessions between children, caregivers and siblings to remediate conflict and build healthy relationships.
MENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN, 05/2012 - 08/2013
GIBAULT CHILDREN SERVICES City, STATE,
  • Supervised at risk population and children with mental health in PRTF unit.
  • Developed group activities, coping strategies, and learning development routines.
  • Performed therapeutic crisis interventions as necessary.
  • Identified behaviors that necessitated intervention and obtained assistance from qualified personnel to complete intervention.
  • Escorted patients from unit to meals, activities and visitation areas to maintain standard of safety and security.
  • Applied de-escalation and limit-setting techniques to promote patient cooperation.
  • Engaged with colleagues in treatment team meetings to promote positive patient treatment outcomes.
  • Assisted with patient restraint and seclusion scenarios to create safe environment for patient and medical personnel.
  • Developed and implemented updating training programs for new employees.
Education
MBA: PUBLIC MANAGEMENT, Expected in 04/2017
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Indiana Wesleyan University - Marion, IN
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Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice, Expected in 05/2013
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Indiana State University - Terre Haute, IN
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  • Minor in Legal Studies
Accomplishments
  • ISU-Terre Haute Police Department, Internship 6/2012-7/2012 IWU- Financing public services project, HR management, Economic development projects, developed memorandums, created website portals.
Certifications
Power BI desktop- IHCDA Child and Family Team Meeting Peer Coach, Indiana Department of Child Services Child Adolescents Needs Screening, John Praed Foundation Forensic Interviewing, Indiana Department of Child Services,
Affiliations
Child protection team, Multidisciplinary task force, Child Advocacy Committee of Hendricks County, Systems of Care Hendricks County, Policy Advisory Committee (IHCDA), State of Indiana Weatherization Program

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School Attended

  • Indiana Wesleyan University
  • Indiana State University

Job Titles Held:

  • COMMUNITY PROGRAMS ANALYST
  • COMMUNITY PARNERS LIAISON
  • FAMILY CASE MANAGER
  • MENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN

Degrees

  • MBA
  • Bachelor of Science

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