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Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 47475
Desired Job Location: Baltimore, Maryland Date Posted: 1/17/2011
Type of Position: Part-Time Permanent Availability Date: 1/31/2011
Desired Wage: 15.00 p/h
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No

Administrative leader with training and experience in business administration/management, information systems and human resources; who possesses strong communication, and leadership skills. Committed to training others in computer skills, and identify and resolve issues to improve the quality of the department. Implement strategies to improve planning, organizing, and coordinating administrative functions.

Baltimore City Health Department 2001 -- Present
Health Program Administrator 2008 ¡V Present Integrate administrative planning and fiscal functions for the the Bureau of STD/HIV Prevention. Monitor the Bureau¡¦s personnel, financial matters, property, space, and management reports to achieve maximum efficiency of operation.
„X Participates fully in development of long and short range plans, goals and objectives of the Bureau with the necessary authority to perform optimal functions, which include budgetary planning, and fiscal manangement, strategic planning, personnel manangment and utilization. Manage supplies, and equipment, and direct contractual procurement. Analyze administrative problems, and develop solutions. Independently complete and coordinate the completion of grants, contracts, personnel activities, summer volunteer/interns program, and financial reports/analysis with minimal directions. Budget and Financial Management: Provide the budgeting and financial management, which includes paticipating in the planning, developing, formulating, preparing, executing, and/or monitoring of organizational budget. budget formulation, and justifications, and execution, financial management; and financial reporting. Responsible monitoring all fiscal functions for the Bureau. Develop an Excel fiscal expenditure control systems to monitor the Bureau¡¦s expenditures including personnel, and operation expenditures. Monitor monthly expenditure reports for the Bureau. Monitor the CitiBuy tracking system for outstanding direct purchase orders (DPOs), purchase requisition, and warehouse requisitions, and print shop requisitions. Track and monitor expenditures again the financial level III reports for a final bottom line figure to disclose in monthly meetings. Analyze data to determine if funding is available for all personnel or to purchase new equipment. Knowledgeable of the laws, regulations, and polices, and procedures on in/out travel request, safety, security, bankcards, and property. Process travel request forms, incident reports, and bankcards forms. Manage the management information system process including ordering of computers equipment, audio video equipment, software, license agreements, and obtaining hardware/software. Personnel: Direct the personnel management program for the Bureau of STD/HIV Prevention, perform and oversee the full range of human resources requirements, which includes, managing issues concerning personnel with respect to staffing, recruitment and placement, promotions, discipline, and union activity. Prepare and approve the recruitment packages of the Bureau including marketing, application review, and interview packages. Prepare interview questionnaires. Advise the Bureau Chief and management staff on personnel policies, procedures, and solutions regarding promotions, position classification and compensation. Approve personnel routing forms within HR suite system. Represent the Bureau at HR orientations. Review personnel policy and procedures from Federal, State and Local government. Responsible for organizing staff retreats, training activities, and professional development activities. Monitor other facility needs within the Bureau including risk management, communication, and training and development. Attend monthly/weekly meetings. Coordinate volunteer programs. Coordinate the clinics Beautification Programs. Supervise staff of three. Grant/Contract Procurement: Prepare Federal Grant Aplication packages. Manage contracts and grants for twelve programs under the Bureau of STD/HIV Prevention. Obtain Condition of Awards from the Fiscal Department, AIDS Administration, and Center for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC) for the Bureau. Email Community Based Organizations (CBOs) a copy of their scope of services for them to prepare and submit their budgets formulations, justifications, and performance measures for contract preparations. Monitor the contract process to ensure that they are processed in a timely manner. Ability to work with and meet deadlines.

Deputy Asst. Comm. /Acting Asst. Commissioner of Clinical Services 2007-2008: Managed activities in absence of Assistant Commissioner Provided oversight for the planning, coordination, administration, and direction of activities of the Clinical Services Division, including the following program areas: (a) STD/HIV Prevention and clinical services, (b) TB clinical services prevention, (c) Lab services; and (d) Oral Health Services. Managed budgets of approximately 5.5 million in combined federal, state, and local funds. Supervised clinic manager, purchasing assistant, and data staff directly and oversight of 60 staff in the clinics.

Contract Manager 2005 ¡V 2007
Provided leadership to the Bureau of Clinical Services; Coordinated the Health Department Clinic beautification program. Administered a Health Department Division with 4 program areas, staff strength of nearly 50 people, and a budget of 30k. Developed tracking system to manage department needs including risk management, subpoena requests, and maintenance. Reviewed policies and procedures of various grants and contracts. Prepared request for proposals (RFPs), contracts, grants, budgets justifications and narratives for the STD/HIV Prevention program. Ability to work with and meet deadlines. Fiscal liaison: developed a tracking system, responsible for managing STD/HIV Program database system to keep track of seven program budgets and expenditures including administrative costs, operational budgets, contracts, DPOs, and requisitions. Provide financial analysis. Performed financial-analysis of end of the year unspent funds, and report findings to program manager. Personnel liaison: manage issues concerning personnel with respect to staffing, recruitment and placement, promotions, discipline, and union activity. Approve the recruitment of the division including marketing, application review, and interview packages. Provide advisory services to management regarding promotions, position classification and compensation. Approve personnel routing forms within HR suite. Represent Clinical Services programs at HR orientations. Review policy and procedures from State and local government. Posted request for proposals (RFPs) and Recruitment Ads in the media. Coordinated repairs and renovations for the office space and office systems as needed. Supervised personnel staff of five.

Program Assistant 2003-2005
HIV/AIDS Prevention /Ujima Demonstration Program- Managed issues concerning personnel with respect to recruiting, interviewing and hiring.
Coordinated management information system processes including troubleshooting, license agreements, and obtaining hardware/software.
Responsible for fiscal communication of the STD/HIV Prevention and Control program. Assisted the STD/HIV Prevention Program Manager, which includes reviewing budgets under seven different programs. Conducted cost-benefit analysis for STD/HIV program supplies and equipment. Created spreadsheet model to keep track of incentive disbursements. Managed distribution of incentive to outreach team, composing correspondences, and taking minutes. Organizing and maintaining files. Coordinated repairs and renovations for the office space and office systems as needed

Program Compliance Officer 2001-2003
Community Level Prevention Program & HIV/AIDS Prevention Program
Independently provided high-level of compliance officer support to six (8) Community Base Organizations (CBOs), with minimal directions. Assist in the planning of the program¡¦s budget. Manage the program¡¦s financial activities. Managed the Program¡¦s financial activities, which includes, monitoring and overseeing a wide variety of budget functions, reviewing monthly expenditure reports to ensure compliance with budget guidelines as recommended by the State AIDS Administration. Successfully supported all directors¡Vlevel projects and information-management processes to ensure compliance of contract agreement. Administered and monitored contract expenditures of CBOs to ensure cost-effective support of the program. Tracked and monitored expenditures against CBOs monthly reports to prepare quarterly reports. Performed quarterly budget¡Vanalysis of all CBO¡¦s spending for the HIV and Ujima program, reported analysis to program manager. Developed and managed an Excel expenditure system to monitor/track CBOs quarterly expenditures and performance measures; prepared and processed vendor requests for payment; program direct purchase orders and purchase requisitions, and prepare budget materials for use in grant proposals. Managed and monitored program budgets for the Ujima Demonstration Project.

2009: Master's Degree, Towson University, Towson, Maryland
Major: Human Resource Development
Minor: Business Management

2002: Bachelor's Degree, Sojourner-Douglas College, Baltimore, MD
Major: Administration
Minor: Information Systems

1990: Associate Degree, Baltimore City Community College, Baltimore, MD
Major: Management Information Systems
Minor: Business Administration

Society for Human Resource Management
American Society for Training and Development
Maryland Foster Parent Association
Health Department Web design Committee
A Step Forward Board

Certified Microsoft Specialist, other technical skills include Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office Suite /Microsoft Office Professional (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook & Publisher); Word Perfect 6.x, 7.x, & 8.0; Internet Fundamentals, HTML for Web design, Matchmaker; Lotus 1 2 3, Procurement Training

Designed, Edited & Published Creative newsletters, business cards, certificates, and brochures; Perfect picture scanning and lamination.

Additional skills include good verbal/written communication, problem solving, and reporting and presentation skills. Experienced in managing multiple projects.

Additional Information:

GED Teaching Assistant: South Baltimore Learning Center 2010-Present

Community Mediator 2009-2010

Available upon request.

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