Energetic, highly motivated and experienced in many skills including team supervision, shift supervisor, shift organizer, schedule making, restraints, court system, first response, behaviorally/aggressive disabled adults/individuals.
Confidential Security Clearance, Effective team leader, Extremely organized, Strong verbal communication, Trained in emergency response, Trained in defensive tactics.
Supervisor, Developmental Service Worker III, Area Operator (A.O) or Shift Supervisor, PAC Trained, Direct Care SUpervisor, Schedule or shift making/organizing.
Three and a half years served active duty, honorably discharged in 2012 due to "time served".
Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2011.
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
Received over five Certificate Of Achievements for outstanding physical fitness test scores, had the highest test score in a brigade of 3,000 soldiers.
Maintained 100% accountability of a large section of equipment worth over $50,000 during an overseas deployment.
Personally responsible for over $100,000 of command equipment with no deficiencies, losses or damages.
Lead as a team leader over three other soldiers for over 100 missions in the danger zone in overseas deployment.
Shift supervisor of 15 or more staff and area operator for entire building with 30 or more individuals with special needs and behavioral problems.
Individual support plans made through Microsoft word and excel to adhere with department of public health rules and regulations for 15 or more individuals with disabilities.
Manager/shift supervisor experience exceeds 2 years with 0 infractions or issues.
01/2011 to 04/2016
United States Army Team LeaderUnited States Army － Fort Riley, Kansas
Extensively trained in weapons, police operations and security desires a challenging position in private security.
Accomplishments include being selected to complete over 350 high profile security transportation missions while serving a twelve month deployment to Operation Iraqi Freedom in Baghdad, Iraq.
Held team meetings through phone conferences explaining upcoming training, times and dates to be there.
Ensuring team members all obeyed lawful orders and gave out article 15 recommendations for those who did not obey all regulations or ignored any orders.
07/2009 to 12/2012
Military PoliceUS Army － Fort Riley, Kansas
Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on Military training.
Received and implemented combat orders and directed deployment of personnel in offensive, defensive and retrograde operations.
Led an infantry team of three members in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.
Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
Patrolled areas and allowed restricted area access for authorized personnel.
Led military police teams in support of battlefield operations.
Supervised operation and organizational maintenance of weapons systems and specialized equipment.
Prepared operation plans and orders to support security of resources and installations.
Commanded more than 100 arms combat patrols on foot and in vehicles.
Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.
05/2014 to Current
DSWIII SupervisorHogan Regional Center － Danvers, Ma
Direct care staff from May 2014- September 2015. Involved in multiple restraints and dealt with many different behavioral individuals. Received promotion to developmental service worker three from developmental service worker one in September 2015 as a new supervisor/ shift supervisor and controlling the paperwork/ activities for a caseload of 15 or more individuals. Responsible for writing complete ISP's (Individual Support Plans) for all individuals in my caseload and presenting them during team meetings and transition meetings for that particular individual. Run shifts of 15 or more staff at a time providing their daily schedules maintaining an organized shift while acting as the area operator for the entire building. Maintained a pager, email, office and building of 30 or more disabled individuals and 15 or more staff all at the same time being held responsible for all phone calls, staff call outs, hiring overtime, staff issues or concerns etc.
Created, organized and maintained files, daily case notes and electronic databases.Answered phone calls concerning clients, handled complaints and responded to requests for information.Supervised adult offenders to monitor compliance with court ordered conditions.Maintained positive relationships with individuals and their families through weekly visits.Organized office schedules and maintained relationships with necessary agency contacts.Counseled adult felony offenders with legal, substance abuse, mental health, employment and personal problems.Facilitated cognitive behavioral programs with offenders in a group setting.
High School Diploma: Public HealthAmerican Military UniversityPublic Health
Combat Life Saver Course.
Combative Level 1 (self defense)
OTA Certification: Occupational Therapy AssistantNorth Shore Community College － Danvers, Ma, 01923Currently attending since 2013. Continuing education towards OTA (occupational therapy assistant). Have taking multiple criminal law/ justice courses. Received my first response certification through NSCC. Have always maintained a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Team leader, weapon qualifications, organizational, police/ law enforcement, Security Clearance, transportation, verbal communicator, shift supervisor, schedule organizer, area operator, case load manager, PAC certified, restraint certified, first response certification.