field coordinator i program specialist team lead resume example with 15+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Results-focused leader specializing in growth, building solid teams, creating strategic initiatives and cultivating a strong organization.  As an enthusiastic, quick learner I am eager to put my skills and knowledge to work in the next phase of my career.
  • Multi-Site Management
  • Data Records Management
  • Team Building/Training Processes
  • Project/Program Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Client/Stakeholder Relations
  • Finance support
Field Coordinator I/Program Specialist (Team Lead), 05/2010 - Current
State Of Virginia Hanover, VA,
  • Work under the direction of the Assistant Director on the development, implementation, evaluation and oversight of workforce development programs and projects to provide career ladder advancement and services for workers and employees.
  • Coordinate various aspects of project implementation: promotion, recruitment and logistics.
  • Participate in writing project reports and documenting project progress and outcomes.
  • Build relationships with key union and management representatives; to implement training projects supported by union and management; support program development and administration.
  • Develop relationships with various community colleges and community organizations.
  • Participate in screening, selection, observation and evaluation of contracted educational providers; secure competent training/providers and monitor their performance.
  • Monitor project budget to ensure that project expenses meet budget Identify, analyze and find solutions to educational gaps between health care workers and the career opportunities they are looking towards.
  • Manage and oversee the function of offsite classes at various long term care facilities for the advancement of our membership.
  • Conduct routine monthly facility visits to various facilities.
  • Identify best practices.
  • Advocate for the organization through continuously speaking and teaching about its benefits.
  • Work directly with union Administrative Organizers to meet target goals and deadlines.
  • Increased Fund utilization by more than 10% at any given time.
  • Met deadlines and satisfied targeted training needs and wants. 
  • Build relationships and partnering with leadership to identify training needs and desires.
  • Create and implement goals and benchmarks to show favorable outcomes and desired changes.
  • Periodically fill in for instructors when they are unable to teach a course.
  • Responsible for developing and managing incumbent healthcare worker training programs for over 5000 adult learners by means of career and academic guidance throughout Maryland and Washington D.C for 1199 SEIU local union members.
  • Support and guide peers to strategically carryout the vision of the organization and support the needs and goals of both students and employers through workforce initiatives. 
  • Chair labor/management education advisory committees in healthcare facilities inclusive of healthcare workers, employers and educators to assess and implement education initiatives for the workforce and fill employment gaps by training incumbent workers.
  • Budget oversight and contracting with vendors. 
  • Grant management and outcomes reporting. 
  • Educate and negotiate The Fund as a value added benefit in union worker contracts.
Team Lead, 09/2015 - 12/2016
Nana Regional Corporation Hanover, MD,
  • Team lead in each activation.
  • Supervise and direct each Brand Ambassador on what to do to have a successful event.
  • Pick up and drop off vehicles to event location 
  • Work closely with site management to arrange, execute and activate a successful event.
  • Encourage and motivate all BA's to get as many leads as possible.
  • Submit time sheets and reports for each activation.
  • Always met or exceeded expected numbers for each activation.
Administrative Assistant II, 09/2005 - 04/2010
1199 SEIU Training And Upgrading Fund City, STATE,
  • Perform all administrative functions.
  • Keep track of Directors calendar and answering phones.
  • Maintain files, correspondence, petty cash box, and manage department supplies.
  • Maintain and monitor reporting calendar for upcoming reporting deadlines.
  • Maintain timesheets for staff on a weekly basis.
  • Enter invoices in Oracle system.
  • Develop and maintain spreadsheets that summarize monthly, quarterly and yearly financial reports Maintain OSHA database including tracking worker-trainers invoices, classes worked, payments etc.
  • Serve as coordinator for multiple OSHA training sessions.
  • Proctor program examinations.
Education and Training
Master of Science: Health Care Administration, Expected in 12/2015
University of Maryland University College - Adelphi, MD
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Bachelor of Science: Food and Nutrition, Expected in
Morgan State University - Baltimore, MD
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Administrative Management, Community Involvement, Counseling, Critical Thinking, Curriculum Development,  Goal Setting and Implementation, Problem Solving, Program Development,  Social Perceptiveness,  Specialized Testing,  Team Building, Time Management,
Activities and Honors
Peer mentoring young women to become vital and active parts of society.

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School Attended

  • University of Maryland University College
  • Morgan State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Field Coordinator I/Program Specialist (Team Lead)
  • Team Lead
  • Administrative Assistant II


  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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