Delivery-oriented professional with noted success in developing, coordinating and implementing plans for individual client care and group programming. Proven interpersonal communication skills with success managing both large and small groups as well as a capacity to self-motivate with no supervision.
Develop and deliver both physical and educational support services for students with documented disabilities; maintain compliance with state requirements; manage and train staff responsible for delivery of general support; evaluate student circumstances to determine need for support services; meet with students served to ensure they are using the services available; evaluate student progress, guide students to other resources available to all students; interact with faculty and staff to ensure they are aware of their responsibilities to the students.
Provide efficient and professional administrative support to the Office of Student Development; plan and schedule meetings; respond to inquiries; manage communications; organize and accurately maintain records; create and sustain filing system of various student and department information; create, review and analyze chapel and retention reports; assist students daily; stock office supplies; participate and train interdepartmental teams for CampusVue (Student Information System).
CampusVue: training new members as needed, assist in compiling admissions reports for the Director of Undergraduate Admissions and other college faculty/staff; manage and oversee support staff, maintain accurate records of prospective students; manage office communications.
Provide one-on-one behavioral intervention as identified in the treatment plan; work with a team of professionals to identify concerns and develop targeted interventions; work with the family, school, and significant others in the child's life; collaborate with school personnel and other service providers; provide services in the school, community, and home, collect behavioral data; attend and participate in weekly supervision meetings.
Develop, coordinate, and maintain a high quality childcare program; maintain physical facility; develop parent programs, events and newsletters; participate in weekly staff meetings; represent the Association and maintain its relationships with the community; keep pertinent information on individual children and all other records essential for licensing requirements, evaluation and reporting to committees.
expected graduation May
GPA 4.0 on 4.0 scale
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Professional Certificate - Instructional 1: Elementary K-6
American Christian Schools International Educator Certificate
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