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Supervisory Child Development Specialist / Management Resume


Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 63327
Desired Job Location: Houston, Texas Date Posted: 8/22/2012
Type of Position: Other Availability Date:
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
An innovative, analytical, exceptionally
skilled and committed individual
offering over twenty years of diverse
professional experience. A team leader
with proven ability to train, supervise,
discipline and motivate personnel
towards the achievement of established
goals. Excellent oral and written
communication skills with proven ability
to communicate ideas and opinions in a
credible manner. Business management
skills include performance evaluations,
purchasing, inventory control, processes
and systems development with emphasis on
cost-effectiveness and maximum output.
Proven interpersonal skills directed
towards the establishment of productive
relationship among peers, co-workers and
individuals from diverse ages and
backgrounds. Effective leadership skills
deliberated towards the achievement of
set goals. Strong organizational skills
and assessment. Effectively performed
multi-tasking duties with efficient
priority settings. Recognized as a
problem solver with his skills;
knowledge and advices taken with
exactitude and able to act in a crisis
situation even on limited available
resources.


Experience:
CAREER PROGRESS
===============

FACILITATOR FOR JAPANESE NATIONALS, Dec
2011 to Present
Hachinoche Community - Hachinoche, Japan

Conceptualized system of instruction
based on course competencies and
executed time and behavioral management
designed to optimize learning capacity.


SUBSTITUTE TEACHER, Aug 2011 to Present
Edgren High / Solar Elementary /
Cummings Elementary - Misawa, Japan

Innovated safety standards and pastoral
care for children. Teach core curriculum
to students in grades K-12 and other
preferred levels. Managed attendance and
achievement records in accordance with
school policy. Effective behavioral
management by among the students.


GROUP PRACTICE MANAGER, Sep 2010 to Aug
2011
35th Misawa Medical Group - Misawa,
Japan

Managed patient case loads of 20-25
patients a day with referrals to
different specialty clinics inside the
35th Medical Group/Misawa Air Base.
Documented patient data, consultation
comments and other confidential
information. Patient Information
presentation thru graphs, charts and
spreadsheets. Priority patient
appointment scheduling. Standardized
templates for physician schedules.
Updated policies and procedural changes
to healthcare staff. Medical data
gathering through interview and
observation and organization of patient
data.

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS:
** Superior Customer Service Relations
and excellent grasp of patient’s rights
and responsibilities.
** Unblemished record with no incidence
report.


EDUCATION AND TRAINING TECHNICIAN, Jun
2009 to Sep 2010
Yoiko Child Development Center - Misawa
Air Force, APO USA

Supervised CY-01, CY-02, CY-03 and GS5
in Federal Government Facility. Managed
preschool activities and programs.
Evaluated trainees’ progress. Updated
database student training in support of
Air Education and Training Command
(AETC). Spearheaded specialized programs
for children with special needs. Crisis
intervention and counseling.

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS:
** Prepared rules and regulations Air of
Force Instruction and National
Association for Education of minor
children.
** Standardized work schedule for
fourteen (14) pre-school teachers to
meet classroom ratio.
** Pursued accreditation from the
National Academy of Children Programs
(NAECP) thru effective classroom
portfolio and updated records.
** Pinpoint documentation of training
requirements resolving missing
information issues.


CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT, Aug
2006 to Apr 2009
Whiteman Child Development Center -
Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri

Framed lesson plans. Inspired and
developed leadership skills of employees
thru learning skills reinforcement
programs. Automated update of student
data.


RECREATION ASSISTANT, Jun 2006 to Nov
2006
Whiteman Child Development Center,
Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri

Designed recreation programs with
emphasis on safety requirements. Leisure
and sporting events coordination.
Provided key clerical support for airmen
and civilians.

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS:
** Published and edited monthly
newsletter for community of Whiteman
AFB.


CHILD CARE DIRECTOR / OWNER, Aug 1999 to
Feb 2003
Angel’s Son Shiny - Cochran, Georgia

Managed a childcare center for 60
children and 8 staff members.
Implemented financial documentation in
significant areas of tax and business
records, food programs and billings.
Allocated and handled budget of 150,000
dollars a year. Payroll processing and
expense handling. Workforce recruitment,
training and supervision. Advised
technical operations. Daily inspection
of operations to ensure strict ensure
compliance with rules and regulations.
Increased customer satisfaction thru
efficient education, operations, safety
necessities and effective complaint
resolutions. Implemented corrective
measures in automated databases. Career
counseling. Designed and developed
administrative activities on staff
supervision, staff development and grant
maintenance. Established suspense system
to ensure process timelines are met.


OTHER EXPERIENCE
================

INTERNSHIP AT SECURITY FORCES, Feb 2012
to Jul 2012
35th Security Forces - Misawa, Japan

- Obtained knowledge and skills relevant
to the following areas: (1) Functions of
Security Forces(Administration, Intel,
Operation, Logistic Resources, Plan and
Program, and Communication); (2)
Management Personnel information; (3)
Unit Deployment Manager(UDM) training;
(4) Armory training on record keeping
and tracking weapons; (5) Resource
Advisor (RA) training; (6) Fire range
safety and management of Security Forces
Management Information System (SFMIS);
and (7) Vehicle Control Officers (VOC)
Training on managing government vehicles
(GOV).

- Familiarized with inventories of
equipment, qualitative and quantitative
analysis of damages sustained by a
vehicle, Safety Representative (safety
updates), and management of records of
all vehicle.


Education:
CAREER PROGRESS
===============

FACILITATOR FOR JAPANESE NATIONALS, Dec
2011 to Present
Hachinoche Community - Hachinoche, Japan

Conceptualized system of instruction
based on course competencies and
executed time and behavioral management
designed to optimize learning capacity.


SUBSTITUTE TEACHER, Aug 2011 to Present
Edgren High / Solar Elementary /
Cummings Elementary - Misawa, Japan

Innovated safety standards and pastoral
care for children. Teach core curriculum
to students in grades K-12 and other
preferred levels. Managed attendance and
achievement records in accordance with
school policy. Effective behavioral
management by among the students.


GROUP PRACTICE MANAGER, Sep 2010 to Aug
2011
35th Misawa Medical Group - Misawa,
Japan

Managed patient case loads of 20-25
patients a day with referrals to
different specialty clinics inside the
35th Medical Group/Misawa Air Base.
Documented patient data, consultation
comments and other confidential
information. Patient Information
presentation thru graphs, charts and
spreadsheets. Priority patient
appointment scheduling. Standardized
templates for physician schedules.
Updated policies and procedural changes
to healthcare staff. Medical data
gathering through interview and
observation and organization of patient
data.

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS:
** Superior Customer Service Relations
and excellent grasp of patient’s rights
and responsibilities.
** Unblemished record with no incidence
report.


EDUCATION AND TRAINING TECHNICIAN, Jun
2009 to Sep 2010
Yoiko Child Development Center - Misawa
Air Force, APO USA

Supervised CY-01, CY-02, CY-03 and GS5
in Federal Government Facility. Managed
preschool activities and programs.
Evaluated trainees’ progress. Updated
database student training in support of
Air Education and Training Command
(AETC). Spearheaded specialized programs
for children with special needs. Crisis
intervention and counseling.

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS:
** Prepared rules and regulations Air of
Force Instruction and National
Association for Education of minor
children.
** Standardized work schedule for
fourteen (14) pre-school teachers to
meet classroom ratio.
** Pursued accreditation from the
National Academy of Children Programs
(NAECP) thru effective classroom
portfolio and updated records.
** Pinpoint documentation of training
requirements resolving missing
information issues.


CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT, Aug
2006 to Apr 2009
Whiteman Child Development Center -
Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri

Framed lesson plans. Inspired and
developed leadership skills of employees
thru learning skills reinforcement
programs. Automated update of student
data.


RECREATION ASSISTANT, Jun 2006 to Nov
2006
Whiteman Child Development Center,
Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri

Designed recreation programs with
emphasis on safety requirements. Leisure
and sporting events coordination.
Provided key clerical support for airmen
and civilians.

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS:
** Published and edited monthly
newsletter for community of Whiteman
AFB.


CHILD CARE DIRECTOR / OWNER, Aug 1999 to
Feb 2003
Angel’s Son Shiny - Cochran, Georgia

Managed a childcare center for 60
children and 8 staff members.
Implemented financial documentation in
significant areas of tax and business
records, food programs and billings.
Allocated and handled budget of 150,000
dollars a year. Payroll processing and
expense handling. Workforce recruitment,
training and supervision. Advised
technical operations. Daily inspection
of operations to ensure strict ensure
compliance with rules and regulations.
Increased customer satisfaction thru
efficient education, operations, safety
necessities and effective complaint
resolutions. Implemented corrective
measures in automated databases. Career
counseling. Designed and developed
administrative activities on staff
supervision, staff development and grant
maintenance. Established suspense system
to ensure process timelines are met.


OTHER EXPERIENCE
================

INTERNSHIP AT SECURITY FORCES, Feb 2012
to Jul 2012
35th Security Forces - Misawa, Japan

- Obtained knowledge and skills relevant
to the following areas: (1) Functions of
Security Forces(Administration, Intel,
Operation, Logistic Resources, Plan and
Program, and Communication); (2)
Management Personnel information; (3)
Unit Deployment Manager(UDM) training;
(4) Armory training on record keeping
and tracking weapons; (5) Resource
Advisor (RA) training; (6) Fire range
safety and management of Security Forces
Management Information System (SFMIS);
and (7) Vehicle Control Officers (VOC)
Training on managing government vehicles
(GOV).

- Familiarized with inventories of
equipment, qualitative and quantitative
analysis of damages sustained by a
vehicle, Safety Representative (safety
updates), and management of records of
all vehicle.


Skills:
CORE COMPETENCIES
=================

* Cost-Effective Management
* Guidance Counseling
* Team Coordination
* Problem Identification and Solution
* Time, Behavior and Crisis Intervention
Management
* Team Leadership, Training and
Supervision
* Policy / Procedure Administration and
Supervision
* Conflict Identification and Dispute
Resolution
* Prioritization and Effective Time
Management
* Microsoft Office Proficiency (with
ability to readily muster new software)


PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
===================

INTERPERSONAL AND TEAMWORK SKILLS:

- Entrusted to process and document
sensitive records and performance
evaluations.
- Interacted with a wide variety of
personalities in diverse environments.
- Scheduling and attendance of meetings,
conferences, appointments and other
arrangements.
- Coordinated events aimed at individual
growth and wellness.
- Inspired and developed leadership
skills of employees and improvement of
acquired skills by reinforcing programs
designed to develop employees learning
skills.

COUNSELLING AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS:

- Communicated and liaised with
different personalities with regards to
diverse issues and incorporating
solutions by way of positive
reinforcement.
- Delivered excellent counseling
services aimed at grievance resolution;
communicated sensitive data.
- Acquisition of relevant data thru the
process of observation and interview.

MANAGERIAL AND SUPERVISORY SKILLS:

- Conceptualized and started a child
care center and devised strategic
marketing plans designed to increase
clientele.
- Recruited and handled organizational
workforce; evaluated trainees’ progress.
- Standardized work schedule for co-
workers to meet quantitative ratio of
demands.
- Supervised CY-01, CY-02, CY-03 and GS5
in Federal Government Facility.
- Oversaw the implementation of various
programs and processes in accordance
with the institution’s goals and
objectives.

QUANTITATIVE SKILLS:

- Superior Customer Service Relations.
- Demonstrated accountability in the
handling of sensitive information,
evaluation and proper documentation.
- Spearheaded specialized programs for
children with special needs.
- Handled financial documentation in
significant areas of tax and business
records, food programs and billings.
- Allocated and handled budget of
150,000 dollars a year.
- Processing of employees’ payrolls,
purchases of necessary materials and
documents in relation to business
operations.
- Handled expense reports and summaries;
maintained inventory control.


Additional Information:
AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
=====================

- 509th Force Support Squadron Award for
Outstand Work, Dedication, and Volunteer
Services (2009)
- High Completion and Recognition Award
in Management and Concepts (2009)
- Peace Adventure Award (2010)


COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENTS
======================

- Organized fund raising for high school
scholarship funds
- Secretary of Edgren High School
Booster Club and POC for Edgren High
School Snack Shack


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