Excellent management experience and exceptional people skills. Versed in various Administrative positionsand able to deal with ambiguity. Desires a challenging role within your organization.
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COUN 608 Career Counseling and Development (3) B This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of career development as it impacts on individuals throughout the life span.
A basic assumption of the course is that understanding the adjustment of individuals is highly dependent upon understanding the choices they have made throughout their lives.
Emphasis is placed on career and vocational choice theories, counseling delivery systems, career information, and social and psychological factors in career decision-making.
Formal and informal occupational classification systems are covered.
A great deal of emphasis is placed on practical applications of career theory to school counseling, individual counseling, group guidance, job search and placement, and career adjustment.
Job Related Training:; Assisted with Alcoholics Anonymous at Camp Buehring, Kuwait for two years.
Coordinated meetings at the Chapel or Education Center and ensured the privacy of all attending members.
Assisted with conducting group therapy and individual counseling for both drug and alcohol abuse treatment.
Assisted the Chaplain with conducting drug and alcohol abuse orientation that included substance abuse education for new Service Members arriving at the Installation.
Completed Case Management, Community Corrections Management, Correctional Systems, Facilities Management, Education/Recreation Services Management, Financial Management Federal Government Purchase Card, Procurement Integrity, Procurement Green Purchasing, and Managing of Female Offenders Cross Development Courses.
Central Inmate Monitoring Certification in progress.
Financial Management, Food Service Management, Health Services Management, Human Resources and Staff Development Cross Development Courses in progress.
Federal Bureau of PrisonsTerminal Island, CACorrectional Officer05/2015 to Current
Provide supervision, care and correctional treatment of inmates and provide guidance to lower-graded Correctional Officers.
Concerned with maintenance of institution security contributing to the health and welfare of the inmates and the promotion of good public relations.
Enforce rules and regulations governing facility security, inmate accountability and inmate conduct to ensure judicial sanctions are carried out and inmates remain in custody.
Authorized to carry firearms.
Supervise inmates in living quarters and instructing them in proper housekeeping and sanitation.
Supervise inmates throughout the institution and provide instructions related to institutional procedures and sanitation.
Experience working various correctional posts, assignments.
Convey basic technical information, such as answer routine questions from inmates about departmental procedures, open house hours, how to make sick call appointments, and provide Inmate Requests to Staff.
FCI PhoenixPhoenix, AZAssociate Warden's Secretary03/2012 to 04/2015
Received visitors, determined the nature of the requests.
Received, distributed, and routed incoming/outgoing correspondence.
Screened material prior to distribution and established suspense due dates.
Handled routine matters including requests of a general nature.
Maintained supervisor's calendar, took request for appointments, checked on their availability, scheduled and confirmed appointments.
Prepared agenda/program for conference as discussed in planning meetings. Advised the Associate Wardens and Warden of important issues arising during the supervisor's absence which required action.
Researched, interpreted and retrieved information and procedures involving sensitive issues as requested by the Associate Wardens or Warden.
Performed a variety of administrative support duties, such as: taking and transcribing meeting minutes, copying and filing, and appropriate disposal of sensitive documents.
Composed complex but non-technical correspondence.
Located and assembled information for various reports, briefings, conferences, etc., followed up with staff members to ensure that various commitments made at conferences and meetings were met.
Served as primary relief person for the Warden's Secretary.
Wrote executive correspondence.
Reviewed correspondence prepared for the Associate Wardens.
Checked reports for conformance to formats and procedural requirements.
Responsible to ensure all documents had correct punctuation, spelling, grammar, and attachment of necessary materials.
Within established parameters, signed routine correspondence, drafted and/or completed replies to general or routine inquiries in accordance with a given format.
Responsible for maintaining security of the institution.
Managed a workload involving multiple supervisors by creating tracking methods to complete assignments in a timely manner.
Assisted in the preparation of BP-409-Transfer Requests by proof reading and inserting case specific information into pre-established form letters and e-mails when covering for Warden's Secretary.
Prepared internal memorandums and written responses to inquiries from other departments within the organization.
Purchase Card holder.
Answered routine administrative or technical questions from management.
Prepared agendas or programs for conferences as discussed in planning meetings.
Assisted staff members in gathering information and preparing a congressional.
Reviewed written work of lower level subordinates for grammar and format.
Briefed supervisor on my work progress and assignment statuses.
Explained general regulations or basic technical procedures (such as inmate visiting regulations) to the general public or other employees while Assisting Unit Team prior to Program Review.
Served as team leader in conducting an annual Commissary physical inventory.
Participated in program and operational reviews of Correctional Services at the FCI Phoenix correctional facility.
Responded to external inquiries regarding program area policy and regulations for the ACA Reaccrediation and PREA Program Review to include monitoring vital functions in accordance with Program Review guidelines.
Collected a variety of information as requested by both supervisors and presented requested information in an organized fashion.
Independently developed a database spreadsheet to track information for Institution Supplements, which was adopted for use by other offices.
Developed interactive presentations using slides, graphs, pictures, charts, and sought after for technical advice and guidance on the uses of a variety of work processing software to include updating the Warden's Informational Television in the front lobby.
Transcribed minutes for several meetings to include LMR Meetings Minutes.
During the ACA and PREA Audit, I participated by utilizing established guidelines and provided recommendations for corrective action to problem areas to the Reviewer In Charge.
Reviewed records for completeness of files and obtained information/data needed to complete record.
While acting for the Warden's Secretary, I assisted staff members in gathering and compiling information and preparing a congressional response within 3 business days.
Central Texas CollegeCam Buehring, KuwaitCounselor 03/2010 to 04/2012
Provided career and education guidance to members of all branches of service, responsible for one Brigade consisting of a case load of 3,000 to 4,000 Service Member.
Accurately annotated and updated Soldier records in GoArmyEd.
Assisted Soldiers in case load and Transit Service Members with realistic long and short-range goals.
Assessed academic skills and recommended remedial training when necessary.
Provided oversight of the Functional Academic Skills Training (FAST) program.
Interpreted test results to include the Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT), Alternate Flight Aptitude Selection Test (AFAST), Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE), and GT Predictor tests.
Provided guidance using the NCO Career Map.
Promoted completion of degrees between military members and academic institutions.
Counseled military members using transferability tables and articulation guides to prevent course duplication.
Assisted Soldiers with the functionality of GoArmyEd.
Counseled on funding alternatives such as the Montgomery GI Bill, the Post 9/11 GI Bill, scholarships, grants and loans.
Explored viable and economical alternatives to course enrollment such as credit-by-examination programs; Examined Soldier's academic history and explained the tuition assistance process.
Counseled on distance learning courses and explained enrollment procedures.
Conducted group and unit briefings to thousands of Service Members daily.
Marketed Army Continuing Education System (ACES) programs and services.
Counseled military members transitioning from active duty on Veterans Administration education benefits, consisting of at least 100 Service Members in case load.
Assisted transitioning military members on college selection and the application process.
Aided military members in obtaining credit for military training.
Assisted Test Examiner with proctoring exams when necessary.
Appointed in position-of-trust as Postal Officer and Mail Clerk for Education Center.
Conducted group guidance sessions as well as individual counseling sessions. Reported Service Members progress, readiness or lack of readiness for release from Active Duty, and provided the Service Members with resources in the community to assist in the release.
Used diagnostic and/or treatment planning skills to assist Service Members in achieving occupational goals; Determined program needs and goals for Service Members and monitored the progress of the programs by running reports in GoArmyEd for the Military Institution.
Scheduled meetings with Service Members to create initial classifications and utilized a database created to track and prioritize work.
Established format for reports and other documents used by the organization.
Answered administrative or technical questions from management.
Utilized an established tracking system to assist supervisors in completing projects in a timely manner.
Coordinated efforts with internal and external offices to complete assignments at several different Education Centers.
Bachelor's Degree:Criminal Justice08/2010University of Maryland University College Europe APO AEUnited StatesGPA: GPA: 2.825GPA: 2.825 Credits Earned: 120 Semester hours Criminal Justice IFSM 201 Intro to Computer Based Systems 1.00 B
Associate's Degree:General Studies05/2004University of Maryland University College Europe APO AEUnited StatesGPA: GPA: 3.094GPA: 3.094 Credits Earned: 60 Semester hours General Studies
Master's DegreeBowie State UniversityUnited StatesCredits Earned: 6 Semester hours
MS:Professional CounselingProfessional Counseling EDUC 507 Human Growth and Development (3) A
This course places emphasis on the study of the characteristics of human growth at each stage of development. Special emphasis will be placed on counseling in various settings, including schools. Instruction and practice in the writing of a case study report is also given.
Full-Time Desired locations:; United States - AZ United States - CA United States - IL
Availability:; Job Type: Permanent Work Schedule: Full-Time Desired locations:; United States - AZ United States - CA United States - IL
C, Hardware, counseling, Criminal Justice, Databases 1.00, Graphics 1.00, Human Resource Management 3.00, Instruction, Inventory, Law Enforcement, Law 3.00, Legal, Psychology, Psychology 3.00, Public Speaking, Recruitment, Speech, Strategy 1.00