My Professional Profile
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I am Dependable and an accomplished professional with over 20 years in extensive experience -delivering instruction, evaluating performance, developing procedural strategies, implementing plans, and managing multiple projects. I have excellent problem-solving and interpersonal skills. I have served as a program analyst for various organizations. I have proven my adaptability skills, and I am able to flourish in a high-pressure and fast-paced environment. I have the ability and skills to provide effective trainings and briefings. I also have the knowledge and skills in developing program management plans regarding Logistics, Warehouse work, and Retail. I have a history of successful interaction and leadership with diverse groups, and I am comfortable and effective with professionals at all levels.
Transferable skills include:
Courier Skills; Warehouse Material Handling; Computer Skills; Team Coordination: Instruction & Training; and Conflict Resolution.
Certification/Training and Experience:
Duties and Responsibilities
Monitor compliance to COVID-19 protocols within businesses, establishments and venues by conducting inspections at various establishments frequented by the public. Perform inspectional, instructional and promotional duties relative to compliance of the COVID-19 Compliant Protocols/Standards. Enforce local and state laws regarding environmental sanitation inspections in permitted establishments. Inform operators of violations of local and state codes and inform them of enforcement schedules for compliance. Educate and empower the community by participating in training sessions to enlighten the community on regulations that may affect their access to public facilities. Participate in planning and quality improvement initiatives and activities. Respond to Health Department Operations Center (HDOC) as needed. Perform other related duties as required or assigned.
Supervisor: Samuel Peih - 901-232-4571
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Support and Assist caregivers in determining specific needs, and obtaining needed support with project resources through the network and/or other providers. Identify caregivers through intakes done by phone, walk-ins, and referrals from other agencies. Conduct home visits to assess family environment by monthly or quarterly contacts. Develop a support plans for families. Determine specific needs with family, and provide support activities for the youth that the caregivers are caring for. Analyze and evaluate data for the effectiveness of the program and/or operations in meeting established goals, measures, and objectives as required. Collect reviews and prepare reports for data; verify the accuracy and analysis of the data received. Create and Develop mentoring programs geared to assist boys ages 10 through 15 identifying their strengths and focusing on their “lesser-strengths”, and how to develop them. Assist to implement activities and events that meet the physical, social, emotional and cognitive needs of the families and children. Work with team members to prepare, arrange, and maintain indoor and outdoor activity areas and materials to accommodate planned events. Provide, Supervision, Oversight, and Accountability for program participants. Supervise children and youth during daily schedule of indoor and outdoor activities, on field trips, outings, and special events.
Supervisor: Belinda Hardy/Teresa English - 901-448-6669;901-448-3926s
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Investigate and determine the needs of abused and neglected children and youth petitioned into the court system by the Department of Social Services, and represent the child's best interest in court. Gather and assess independentinformation about the adult and/or child's situation and needs, by getting to know the children. Interview and staff cases with parents, caretakers, social workers, teachers, and service providers. Read sensitiveand confidential records related to the child and family. Seek cooperative solutions with other participants in the child's case. Communicate with the Department of Children's Services case workers to develop legalstrategies prepared for court. Attend courthearings and other meetings; write child-focusedreports for court hearings; make recommendations in the child's best interest; testify when needed to support recommendations, or inform the court of any changes in the child's situation; monitor the children on an on-going basis; consult with local program staff for support and guidance; keep all records and information confidential.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide supervision, care and correctional treatment to inmates. Enforce1 rules and regulationsgoverning facility security, monitor inmate's accountability, and inmate's behavior to ensure judicial sanctions are carried out. Occasionally working long andirregular hours, unusual shifts, weekends, and holidays. Continuously learning and understanding policies and procedures to ensure secure information; and to prevent and safeguard against unauthorized access to the automated informationsystems, networks and data. Defend against unauthorized access to systems network and data. Monitor and track controlled access programs to ensure implementation and viability of appropriate system security policies, as well as the acquisition of IT security tools.
Attended from 1991-1992 (Transferred)
Attended 1992-1993 (Transferred)
Attended 1993-1994 (Transferred)
Earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and a Minor in Psychology.
In 2019 - Received Certification Training.
In 2020 - Received Environmentalist Contractor Inspector Training.
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