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Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Resume


Desired Industry: Biotech SpiderID: 80577
Desired Job Location: Leominster, Massachusetts Date Posted: 2/5/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 70000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Strategic, performance-driven, and results-oriented professional with broad-based experience in clinical management and healthcare administration. Armed with proven capabilities in developing and implementing programs, projects, treatment plans and initiatives to support organization objectives. Effective at handling various client caseloads; organizing meetings with senior management and other personnel; as well as providing innovative solutions to arising problems. Knowledgeable of suicide prevention, traumatic brain injury, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Equipped with high ethical standard and experience with policy creation/development. Technically proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel and PowerPoint) and EMH Systems. Homeland Security Clearance holder from 2016–2017.


Experience:
Pathways by Molina, Worcester, MA
Assistant Clinical Director 2016–Present
Serve as lead coordinator for the company’s Children’s Behavioral Initiative (CBHI) program at Worcester site, responsible for managing the In-Home Therapy (IHT) team of clinicians, intake coordination, coordination of care with providers in the community, ensuring timely and accurate data entry
Supervise and train both licensed and unlicensed clinicians, as well as oversee various client caseloads
Maintain active involvement in various trainings, conferences, and meetings within the community
Establish and maintain professional relationship with providers to coordinate care
Perform administrative and clinical responsibilities during the absence of clinical director
Started as clinical supervisor, subsequently earning promotion to assistant clinical director position within the year for exceptional work performance
Made contributions in the increase of national audit scores from 75% to 95% within a year by enhancing clinical quality and documentation in alignment with federal and state standards
Boosted morale and satisfaction ratings from 10% to 90% within a year by mentoring program and pairing up appropriate senior clinicians with newly hired staff
Improved company standards of care through creating clinical policies pertaining to group therapy and HIPPA regulations

Clinical Supervisor 2016–2017
Fulfilled numerous tasks including closing clinic, providing on-call service for triage situations, assisting management on daytime coverage, and attending weekly internal supervisory team meetings
Led over 15 clinicians with various degrees, licenses, and experience to guarantee highest level of quality of clinical services
Took charge of maintaining accuracy of clinical records and compliance with JCAHO, DPH, insurance, and licensing standards
Provided follow-up clinical care to clients and consultative support to clinical staff to effectively manage difficult and crisis situations

United States Marine Forces Reserve – Goldbelt Glacier Subcontractor, Fort Devens, MA
Director of Psychological Health 2016
Offered case management services, which covered facilitating assessments and connecting marine reservists and their family members to appropriate resources
Presided over briefs for commanding leaders, marines, and family members regarding mental health disorders, suicide prevention, and community resources at various assigned home training centers located throughout the Northeast Region
Advised unit leadership on high- to low-risk service members regarding individual command concerns, substance abuse and mental health education, and suicidality
Assumed responsibility in organizing projects, setting schedule of visits to assigned units, and resolving identified issues in cooperation with a dynamic team
Fulfilled a wide array of tasks including monitoring outreach activities on databases; developing and updating state resource flyers on a quarterly basis; as well as planning and attending community resource meetings







Veteran Homestead, Inc., Fitzwilliam, NH | Leominster, MA
Program Manager | Senior Clinician 2013–2015
Led efforts in the transition of the Veteran Victory Farm into a permanent housing program for homeless veterans, including conceptualizing new program policies and procedures
Performed key responsibilities, encompassing leading fundraisers; maintaining communication with key providers throughout several states; and attending meetings with community veterans’ service providers to enhance overall care and bridge gaps in services
Carried out pre-intake screening evaluations, individual counseling, and bio-psychosocial assessments for four of the programs, group therapy, and couples counseling
Tracked psychotropic medication management, crisis intervention, and animal assisted therapy
Expertly offered counseling on PTSD, substance abuse, dual diagnosis, and traumatic brain
Oversaw random drug screens, room searches, and complied with administrative interventions
Collaboratively worked with the Federal Probation Department, District Court systems, Veteran Justice Outreach officers, and VA providers
Executed day-to-day tasks, such as creating individualized treatment plans; encoding statistical information; submitting monthly billing and census documentation; collecting monthly program fees; and observing health and wellness of the farm animals


Education:
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology: 2003  Lesley University, Cambridge, MA
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology: 1999  University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA


Affiliations:
Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl)


Skills:
Clinical Development
Individual Counseling
Staff Supervision and Development
Dual Diagnosis
Treatment and Discharge Planning
Clinical Support
Team Building and Collaboration
Patient Relations
Individual Consultations


Additional Information:
Clinical Experience

Clinician Counseling and Assessment Clinic of Worcester, LLC, Fitchburg, MA
Clinician 2012–2013
Took charge of in-home and school-based therapy for children ages 3 to 17 and their families
Rendered individual counseling to numerous adult-aged mental health patients
Held accountability in completing evaluations with diagnosis, child and adolescent needs and strengths (CANS) assessments, and treatment planning revisions in a timely manner
Efficiently coordinated care with referral sources such as Department of Children and Family Services, juvenile court, primary care physicians, inpatient mental health facilities, and various mental health providers
Supervised a team of behavioral monitors and therapeutic mentors to provide assistance with treatment plan
Promptly attended to crisis situations for identified mental health and behavioral issues
Integrated parents, caregivers, and teachers into treatment plan to carry out consistent positive behavior therapy techniques at home and in school

Spectrum Health Systems, Inc., Worcester, MA
Clinician 2009–2012
Displayed competency in delivering individualized therapy and group counseling to mental health, substance abuse, and dual diagnosis populations
Teamed up with medical director as the program's Suboxone coordinator, responsible for screening admissions; inducting new patients into a program; spearheading random modification scene slips, and enhancing client retention by ensuring client compliance and by intervening with medical director
Provided support to clients in the formulation, execution, and quarterly modifications of individualized treatment plans based on medical needs
Administered treatment to onsite physician's assistant and referred client's for psychotropic medication management
Functioned as hearing's officer for the site, accountable for developing treatment decisions after meeting with clients who were in the process of appealing their involuntary discharge from the program
Led first and second offender Drunken Driver Education classes
Drove efforts in accomplishing court-ordered mental health and substance abuse evaluations for the Fitchburg District Court
Joined the company’s Women's Committee that simulated annual workshops for various providers to improve treatment and establish services for female clients
Exemplified interpersonal skills in presenting case studies and in-service workshops to provide best practice educational tools for colleagues
Dealt with the documentation and management of client charts used as submissions during audits
Earned the President’s Club award in year 2010

Professional Development

Animal-Assisted Therapy Training

License

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, State of Massachusetts – Valid Until December 2019


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