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Behavioral Consultant Resume


Desired Industry: Healthcare SpiderID: 64332
Desired Job Location: Columbia, South Carolina Date Posted: 9/29/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Open
Desired Wage: Negotiable
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: Yes


Objective:
Seeking a career position to ulize my experience and skills to help improve the quality of life in others.


Experience:
MERCER COUNTY CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS Celina, Ohio
Health and Safety Services Instructor/ Trainer (Part-time) 1990 to Present
h Train participants in First Aid/CPR/AED for the Workplace, Schools and the Community CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, and Sports Injury and Prevention, as well as Preventing Disease Transmission.
h Volunteer for the Disaster Action Team to aid victims of disaster (fires, floods, etc.).
h Train and educate new team members in Disaster Services and Shelter Operations and Simulation.

MERCER RESIDENTIAL SERVICES, INCORPORATED Celina, Ohio
Program Coordinator/ QMRP 1990 to 2012
܃nAdministered annual functional skills assessments, developed, coordinated, and reviewed Individual Program Plans (IPP) for all clients focusing on interests, needs, and activities for daily living.
Corresponded with IPP team, staff, guardians, family, and other consultants to coordinate annual interdisciplinary team meetings for individuals making recommendations and developing new treatment programs, updating and revising program objectives.
Coordinated and collaborated all consumer services including recording all meetings, assembling, and distributing information.
Drafted and facilitated behavior support plans to increase appropriate behaviors.
Supervised the day-to-day delivery of services of active treatment.
Conducted timely incident investigations, identifying and following up with plans of correction.
Coordinated and instructed training sessions ensuring all new employees receive orientation to job responsibilities as well as ,required annual training on state and federal guidelines, intervention training, and updates of treatment programs and daily living needs.
Oversaw the compliance with all local, state, and federal guidelines in the ICF/ DD.
Participated as a team member on the Crest Network Behavior Support Committee to assist agencies with written behavior support plans.
h Chaired the QMRP Network for Northwest Ohio (1995-1997).
Performed a major role in the transition of a newly acquired operating residential facility.
Performed an additional role as initial coordinator in the development operation of the new Adult Day Service program in 2009.
h Chaired the Ohio Provider Resource Association Program Director Committee (2007-2010), a subcommittee to examine and discuss rule changes and program service issues across all service environments, including ICF, supported living, and waiver services.
Served as a team member of the Mercer County Board of Developmental Disabilities Behavior Support Committee.
Co-prepared and presented a one-hour seminar at the OPRA 2010 Spring Conference on "Taking the Guesswork out of the QMRP"
h Facilitated the re-writing and improvement of the MRSI Emergency Response Manual.

WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY-LAKE CAMPUS Celina, Ohio
Adjunct Instructor 1991 to 1998
h Coordinated instruction of coursework on the Introduction to Rehabilitation to students. Material covered: rehabilitations impact on legislative issues, code of ethics and the role of the professional, societys attitudes toward people with disabilities, the importance of teamwork in the rehabilitation process, and the use of adaptive technology.

ADRIEL SCHOOL West Liberty, Ohio
Residential Teacher/ Substitute Teacher 1987 to 1989
h Supervised students ages 11-21 with severe behavior handicaps in a residential setting.
h Counseled students on everyday problem solving using a positive motivation system as a method for behavior management.
h Instructed students with severe behavior handicaps grades 5-12 with History, Math, problem solving, Reading, Science, and enrichment activities in a classroom setting in the private school.

OREGON STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND Salem, Oregon
Teaching Assistant 1983 to 1987
h Assisted with instructing students ages 11-21 with visual impairments as well as having varying ranges of mental retardation in Adaptive Physical Education, daily living skills, pre-vocational skills, and in Special Olympics programs.
h Assisted Junior and Senior High students with visual impairments in summer school programs in computers, daily living and mobility skills, social skills, and water-skiing.

SALEM SCHOOL DISTRICT 24J & MARION COUNTY EDUCATIONAL Salem, Oregon
SERVICE DISTRICT
Substitute Teacher 1980 to 1981
h Instructed Adaptive Physical Education, a Bilingual class, Drafting, Health, Industrial Arts, Math, Physical Education, and fifth and sixth grade contained classroom.
h Participated in training workshops for substitute teachers.

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION GRADE SCHOOL Celina, Ohio
Teacher-Physical Education K-8 1979 to 1980
h Taught progressive sport skills , physical fitness, and other activities to students Kindergarten V 8th grade.
h Explained and demonstrated the principles, techniques and methods of regulating movement of body in order to achieve proficiency in activity.
h Successfully managed school sports: seventh grade basketball and seventh & eighth grade softball teams - League Champions and Tournament Runner-ups


Education:
EDUCATION

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY Kent, Ohio
Master of Education in Special Education: Multi-Handicap & Orthopedic Handicap

MANCHESTER COLLEGE North Manchester, Indiana
Bachelor of Science in Health & Physical Education


Skills:
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
h More than 15 years teaching and training students, employees, and clients with disabilities in the health and safety services field.
h Works as team leader and team member numerous committees involving assessment, coordination, and review clients' needs, as well as, employee training needs.
h Variates and assesses clients needs/ problems, making recommendations for appropriate active treatment, and designs/ modifies such treatment plans.
h Administers all aspects of the job to maintain compliance with policies and procedures, as well as, state rules and federal regulations and OSHA requirements.
h Gathers, compiles, and analyzes information from many different sources and coordinates several tasks simultaneously, multi-tasking many job responsibilities.
h Attends to client's direct care and medical needs, as well as, administers "delegated nursing" services.
h Serve as an advocate for others, and trusted to speak on their behalf to accomplish desired results.
h Collaborates with team members to determine employee training needs and implements procedures to meet these needs.
h Develops and implements effective training programs for lecture, multimedia presentation, and on-the-job training and monitors the progress of staff performance for desired results.
h Compiles, tracks data, and generates reports using a variety of software programs, MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


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