Enthusiastic individual with superior skills in working in both team-based and independent capacities. Bringing strong work ethic and excellent organizational skills to any setting. Excited to begin new challenge with successful team.
Provide peer mentorship to 10-15 newly selected Opportunity scholars at Washington State University under the supervision of the WSOS Scholar Success team. Scholar Leads are enthusiastic role models and help Scholars navigate their new campus, learn about available resources, and support their academic journey. Responsibilities also include sharing resources that support goal setting, prioritization of work, and time management.
Behavior Technicians work under the supervision of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). They are responsible for providing direct behavioral therapy to individuals with Autism or developmental disabilities. It implements Applied Behavior Analytic (ABA) programs, as written by the BCBA. Responsibilities include teaching life-skills and remediating skill deficits as well as working to eliminate problem behaviors.
Worked closely the coordinate manager and provided excellent customer service. Welcomed & registered incoming clients to the facility. Complete a variety of front desk tasks, such as taking phone calls, answering questions, handling correspondence, and keeping the reception area clean and well-organized. Created a friendly environment, was familiar with gym equipment, communicate efficiently, and had basic computer skills.Managed guest check-in and check-out procedures, reservations and payments.
Paraprofessional Resident Advisor is a student-staff member who works in the residence halls helping to create safe and engaged communities. The typical work on the floor can range anywhere from 25 - 50 residents, on a staff of 4-20 paraprofessionals, and in a community that could be single-gender, coed, academically themed, large, small, primarily first year students, or returning students. It includes a variety of tasks from keeping the floor informed of on-campus events to supporting students who are in crisis. The RA will often help solve conflicts on the floor and identify floor wide issues and address them. They also connected across campus through working on department committees and taking part in large-scale programs. The position is very dynamic and changes from day to day.
• Discuss a resident's personal concerns
• Make referrals to Cougar Health Services
• Plan and implement a social or educational program
• Facilitate a conversation about a roommate conflict
• Run a floor meeting
• Discuss academics and refer to academic resources
• Participate in overnight on-call rotation in community and complete rounds of community
• Have conversations regarding policy or contract violations
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