A motivated and skilled higher education professional seeking a position to utilize honed management, monitoring and leadership skills in an environment focused on ensuring participant success and community involvement.
Experience supervising volunteers, support specialists and student workers/peer leaders. Administration & monitoring responsibilities for approximately one thousand graduate assistantship students and various fellowship programs worth approximately eight million dollars annually.
Experience facilitating and coordinating graduate assistantship processing training for administrative staff in nine colleges/schools that have graduate teaching and graduate research assistants.
Experience gathering information and preparing administrative reports and documents for management, business services and the office of development.
Experience creating and reviewing web site content along with assisting with academic events including information sessions, open house and graduate fairs.
•Familiarity with family support programs, referral networks, and volunteer programs.
•Traveled extensively over an eight county area.
•Provided trainings and orientations.
•Provided technical assistance in planning, developing, implementing and monitoring services.
•Directed public events for the department/division, including activities in regards to the annual statewide aging conference, Senior Day at the Capital and various other functions.
•Prepared federal and state reports accurately in a timely manner.
•Reviewed, with other team members, annual plans for services and funding based on assessments of the appropriateness of services, feasibility of funding plan, and compliance with the Older Americans Act regulations, division policies and procedures.
•Represented the division at public events and interacting with members of the media as the primary point of contact. Participant in meetings, task forces, conferences, and trainings.
•Assisted in developing, fostering and nurturing relationship with other local agency divisions and with external groups and associates to promote the division mission and better the state' aging network.
•Communicated effectively with state legislators, government officials, community leaders, and volunteers.
Work skills: Ability to multi-task projects, supervise, work with the public and volunteers.
People skills: enthusiastic people person, advanced problem-solving, great organizational skills.
January 2016 - Conversational Spanish course through Continuing Education program.
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