To obtain a position as a full time change agent who manages process improvement efforts by measuring performance against customer requirements; providing management with project status updates and feedback on key process objectives; assisting divisional managers in the identification, planning, development, coordination, support and execution of high impact (immediate or long term); improvement plans for effective and sustainable cost savings.
Case management Field supervision Firearm Basic Training State and federal legal knowledge
Confident Time management Corrections experience Community service programs
Motivational Parole board hearings Business analysis Pre-sentence investigations
Decisive leader Team building Operations management Advanced Defensive Tactics
Cost estimating Business management Procedure development Problem solving expertise
Forecasting Risk management Powerful negotiator Performance tracking and evaluation
Project analysis Persuasive Employee engagement Exceptional time management
Tactical execution Conflict resolution Strong public speaker MS Office proficiency
Unit Manager04/2012 to CurrentCheyenne Mountain Re-Entry Center CMRCColorado Springs, CO
Responsible for ensuring the clinical functions of a residential treatment unit.
This includes implementation, supervision, and approval of documentation of records, treatment plans, family histories, and counselor logs.
Responsibilities also include supervising and training staff, and facilitating treatment groups.
Included but not limited to: *Supervise two housing units.
Supervise clinical, case management and security staff.
Conduct chart and file audits.
Implement the clinical program.
Conduct resident representative meetings.
Conduct weekly agenda staff meetings.
Provide regular staff evaluations.
Oversee disciplinary meetings.
Conduct regular tours and inspections of the unit.
Developing and implementing comprehensive treatment plans for a caseload of residents.
Assess and identify clinical issues for each resident and create clear objectives and goals.
Case management, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, conflict resolution, assessment and treatment planning, monthly behavioral evaluations, case presentations, conducting interventions, giving individual/group lectures and didactic presentations, facilitating community meetings, participating in multidisciplinary case conferences and treatment plan reviews, developing aftercare treatment plans, and all required documentation.
Conducts disciplinary hearings for adult inmates.
Construction Operations Manager10/2006 to 05/2007Jenamar New Mexico, IncAlbuquerque, NM
Conducted cost forecast and analysis for all scopes of horizontal/vertical construction development.
Budget proposal and evaluation of bids for accuracy and award of contract.
Responsible for CPM Scheduling, House Completion Reports, all Master Project Schedules development and updates to upper management.
Qualified competitive subcontractor bids prior to execution of contracts.
Coordinated plans and specs using marketing programming standards.
Educated general contractors' personnel on the quality standards throughout the construction process.
Obtained notices of completion and compliance certifications from all of the construction administration consultants.
Performed building/construction site pre-inspections and coordinated post-construction audits.
Reviewed and investigated Proposed Change Order Requests.
Developed, implemented and maintained a total site Safety Program, satisfying OSHA requirements.
Conducted weekly safety meetings.
Acted as the liaison with company safety representatives to promote awareness and understanding of safety protocols.
Monitored the safety of all construction activities, making on-site personnel safety the top priority.
Responsible for on-site SWPPP requirements, using EPA specifications and requirements.
10/2001 to 12/2006University of New Mexico StudentAlbuquerque, NM
Obtained BA in Criminology/Statistics.
143 credit hours completed.
Affiliations: Women in Science and Engineering, Alpha Kappa Delta, Phi Mu Epsilon, National Deans List for 2006 and Internship with the New Mexico State Police Criminal Investigations Division.
Estimator/Purchaser12/2004 to 02/2006Collatz, IncAlbuquerque, NM
Opening bids to all potential sub-contractors, ensuring all sub-contractors are provided with accurate and individual development blue prints and specifications based on each sub-contractor's scopes of work.
Advisement and training to sub-contractors of internal procedure of bidding process and requirements.
Collection, evaluation, and negotiation of all approved bids.
Award and development of contract.
Estimated new pricing for all custom builds.
Developed relationships within the local market product and service pools to ensure position of the company as a preferred builder.
Maintained a continuous process of bidding of floor plans utilizing on-line bidding software applications.
BADecember 16, 2006Criminology | Statistics University of New Mexico
Research Methods, Social Data Analysis, Research Methods in Sociology, Unix, Programming Fundamentals, Advanced Data Analysis I, Advanced Data Analysis II, Analysis Variance Design, Statistics and Probability, Regression Analysis, Industrial Statistics, Statistics, Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, Deviant Behavior, Classical Social Theory, Sociology of Law, Sociology Honors Seminar, St/Poverty Research and Crime
Advisement, Alpha, BA, Basic, Budget, Business analysis, Business management, Calculus, Case management, competitive, conferences, conflict resolution, contracts, Cost reduction, counselor, counseling, credit, crisis intervention, Data Analysis II, Data Analysis I, Data Analysis, documentation, estimating, floor plans, Forecasting, Team building, Law, legal, marketing, market, meetings, MS Office, Minitab, negotiation, negotiator, Operations management, Oracle, People Soft, personnel, Persuasive, Police, presentations, pricing, Problem solving, Procedure development, Programming, Project analysis, proposal, protocols, public speaker, quality, Research, Risk management, Safety, Scheduling, SPSS, Statistics, supervising, supervision, Time management, treatment plan, treatment plans, treatment planning, Unix
BA December 16, 2006 Research Methods, Social Data Analysis, Research Methods in Sociology, Unix, Programming Fundamentals, Advanced Data Analysis I, Advanced Data Analysis II, Analysis Variance Design, Statistics and Probability, Regression Analysis, Industrial Statistics, Statistics, Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, Deviant Behavior, Classical Social Theory, Sociology of Law, Sociology Honors Seminar, St/Poverty Research and Crime
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