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country of citizenship: usa
training, curriculum/program design and development, youth/child program
coordination, supervision, administration, budget development/administration, scheduling,
inventory control, purchasing, database administration, reporting, records
management, research and analysis, quality assurance, staffing, personnel
management, customer service, interpersonal relations, verbal communications,
written communications, general office, clerical, computer operations
dec. 2006 to present: southeast family ymca, 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
youth development coordinator: dec. 2006 to present, 40 hours/week salary: 29,000/yr.
supervisor: dawn sykes, child care program director3, xxx-xxx-xxxx. may be contacted
proactively support area vice president and child care program director3 in planning, coordinating and facilitating youth services/child care programs servicing as many as 360 children throughout snohomish county. effectively manage operations of nine program sites in a branch leadership capacity, with accountability for staff hiring, supervision and evaluation of approximately 24 employees. cost-effectively prepare and administer budgets supporting supplies and food program procurement for each site as well as employee wages. strategically recommend materials purchases in anticipation of projected price increases; balance cash flow considerations against potential cost savings. contribute strong communication and interpersonal relation skills toward establishing and maintaining productive relationships with children, parents, staff, affiliate agencies, key program stakeholders, and communities.
ensure critical compliance with state licensing requirements and actively interface with state licensors to address and resolve any licensing issues on behalf of supervisors. further ensure ymca and dshs compliance with child care standards in areas including, among others, medical issues, disciplinary matters and child abuse prevention and emergency procedures. conduct annual site visits. proficiently manage broad scope of multi-site administrative functions ranging from monthly statistics reporting, high-volume phone management and correspondence /written communications production to ymca and dshs standards-compliant maintenance of attendance, immunization, registration, accident, disciplinary, and related child records/files.
demonstrate strong working knowledge of human resource management practices in calculating, computing and facilitating timely payroll processing, coordinating and processing new hires and terminations, preparing employee evaluations and electronic response letters, and maintaining detailed records of salaried staff attendance, vacation, sick time, and personal days. apply dynamic leadership skills toward conducting staff meetings and training initiatives. strategically plan and execute staffing schedules to achieve program objectives while containing labor costs for budgetary compliance. consistently ensure staff supports ymca core values of caring, responsibility, honest and respect in all aspects of ymca employment and programs. maintain a positive work attitude and workplace environment. create a motivating, collaborative teamwork environment conducive to optimizing staff performance.
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dec. 2004 to june 2006: base training and education services, misawa ab, japan
base training assistant manager: (education technician gs-5) 40 hours/week salary: 28,500/yr.
supervisor: philip hunsberger: director base training and education service, dsn: 226-4401 may be contacted
collaborated in enrolling students in extension course institute and community college of the air force associate degree programs. actively participated in processing career development course. efficiently coordinated distribution of materials to supervisors/trainees, processed course development course (cdc) cancellations, failures, extensions, and reactivations and managed all cdc materials. proactively supported units in processing air force specialty code withdrawals in accordance with air force instruction and forwarded pages to appropriate offices. applied sharp attention to detail toward monitoring and reviewing air force form 186 for quality control. ensured prior grades had been posted to student records, verified no duplications of courses and assured that student had received appropriate counseling. proficiently facilitated training activities associated with pds, including air force specialty code withdrawal, updates and maintaining on the job rosters, as well as education functions such as pds include updating g.i. bill status, extension course institute and professional military education enrollment, and updating tuition-assisted education level and course enrollments.
managed high volume of documentation and message transmissions/receipt via computer and further applied computer skills toward managing complex database and generating data for standard reporting. compiled, coordinated and consolidated multi-source data for final format. maximized information management efficiencies by effectively establishing and maintaining wide range of records per regulatory and procedural directives, including data/files for specific cases, current projects, education/student folders, and enlisted/internal personnel records, among others.
exhibited solid understanding of general accounting practices in assisting with maintaining running balance of obligated monies for tuition assistance and preparation of waiver of reimbursement of tuition funds resulting from unsatisfactory completion and withdrawals.
handled general office activities including responding to and referring incoming calls and visitors, managing detailed appointment calendar, processing and routing incoming mail, and maintaining office supplies inventory.
sept. 2003 to nov. 2003: child development center department of the air force misawa ab, japan, contractor, $9,000/3 months, supervisor: linda britton: child care director: dsn: 226-4460 may be contacted
actively assisted room leader in addressing unique needs of children through resourceful direction of energy and time, ensuring effective lesson and activities planning to support social, emotional, intellectual, and physical requirements. oversaw facility safety and sanitation to ensure child welfare. conducted parent-teacher conferences and routinely interfaced with parents regarding daily child activities.
march 1998 to may 2003: department of the navy child development center yokosuka, japan
education technician (gs-5): 40 hours/week: salary: 27,000/yr., supervisor: vonnita murray: dsn: 245-4600 may be contacted
successfully developed age appropriate program/curriculum focused on stimulating child social, emotional, cognitive, physical, and linguistic abilities. monitored program for consistent compliance with navy policy and national association of the education of the young children (naeyc) in the capacity of lead education technician with ikego youth center, zushi, japan, effectively led team of 4 staff members in facilitating program for 60 children; concurrently contributed strong leadership qualities on as need basis as supervisor of youth center. ensured child welfare by escorting to and from school/daycare facility and creating a safe classroom environment.
applied sharp communication skills toward steering staff/parent orientations as well as parent- teacher conferences. worked with families to address concerns, priorities and resources. effectively defined and responded to special needs student program requirements. proactively advised and mentored peers in completing child development associate course.
managed broad scope of administrative functions including, among others, collecting and depositing payments/receivables, preparing annual tax statements, processing high volumes of paperwork, and responding to incoming phone calls. efficiently managed and ordered supplies inventory in support of diverse programs within the center. planned and coordinated annual holiday parties for local orphanages and japanese american society, as well as graduation parties, art exhibits, and related special events. successfully completed five sets of modules in early childhood for teen, school-ages, pre-school, toddler and infants and child development associate (cda).
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oct. 1997 to march 1998: department of the navy yokosuka youth center, yokosuka japan
recreational aid (naf): 35 hours/wk: salary:
supervisor: luz medina youth development director
enhanced child educational and personal performance by effectively planning and leading weekly activities targeting their social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development needs. provided after-school homework assistance, chaperoned field trips and supervised daily recreational activities. applied solutions-focused problem solving practices toward addressing and resolving issues. routinely interfaced with parents regarding child daily activities and performance.
continually ensured provision of a safe and healthy learning environment.
ba, elementary education, university of maryland asian pacific region; in progress
aa, early childhood, central texas college; 2003-2006
specialized training/professional development/certifications
child development associate (cda) advanced course, 2002-2003
child development associate advisor training, yokosuka, japan; 2002
customer service training, yokosuka, japan; 2002
food sanitation training, yokosuka, japan; 2001
safety training, yokosuka, japan; 2001
math and science: as easy as 1, 2, 3 lake shore learning materials, yokosuka, japan; 2001
kanto plain early childhood educators, yokosuka, japan; 2000
creative arts training program, lakeshore learning materials, 1999
time off and monetary awards; 2006
civilian of the quarter, 35th mss (department of the af, misawa japan); 4th quarter 2005
civilian of the quarter, 35th mss (department of the af, misawa japan); 4th quarter 200r
member, american tae kwon do association (ata)
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