Position Desired: Administration/ Manager Location Desired: Bronx Area of Expertise: Administration-Management
Compensation Desired: Hourly Travel Desired: Some Travel
340 Morris Ave. # 4F
Bronx, N.Y. 10451
Objective: To obtain a position with your organization.
Summary of Qualification:
Outstanding management skills, strong leader, team player, delegator, loyal and trustworthy
Critical thinker, flexibility, awesome listening skills, interpersonal skills, customer advocate, self motivator, out going individual, · supervised a staff of 28, over 30 volunteer staff, trained, evaluated, timesheets, distribution of stipends, time management, budget, and interview for new employees.· Dual language English and Spanish to empower communication in assisting and uplifting the multicultural clientele in furthering their future goals.
East Side House Bronx, NY September 2014 - December 2014
Professional Experience: ___________________________________________________
· Over 15 years with the Board of Education (N.Y.C.), a level of higher education Masters of Science and over 15 credits for M.P.A.
· Excellence ten years of fundraising, trouble shooter, professionalism, consistency, flexibility, fairness, humor, advocacy, longevity, computer savvy and organizational skills.
· 10 plus years of supervision, detail oriented, make sound judgments, policy decisions designer
Day to day operation to a senior center.
Provide supervision of program staff
Coordinate and help develop programs for senior participants in the areas of social, cultural, educational and recreational activities
Recruit volunteers ( BEGIN, FEGS, WeCare, WEP and others
Liaison with the community and neighborhood
Prepare Monthly reports
Other duties as required
R.A.I.N. Inc. Bronx, N.Y. September 2003- June 2013
Director of Program
Manage day to day operations of the program
A Director of many hats oversee a paid staff of six and a volunteer staff of 25
Chaired the Silent Auction Fundraiser for over nine years
Bookkeeping: timesheets, payroll, time clock, reconciliation, complete invoice, deposit,
Administrative assistant: answer phones, direct clients to proper location, assist with defusing outburst
Case manager, assisted customer with intake, entitlements, review case notes, banking, abuse, domestic violence, food supplies, money management,
Cook: assisted the cook when there were not sufficient staff for the kitchen, check in orders from vendors, stock, record keeping, temperature log, food log, dishes, prep food,
Maintenance: stock, light repairs, bathroom log, paint, repair small objects
Food Handler Certificate
Monthly report, meeting, training of staff, recruiting of new staff, and new members
Public relationship, Master of Ceremony
Reaching our goal each year for our funding source and passing our vendex.
Volunteers of America Chester, N.Y. October 2000 – May 2003Team Leader (Program Director/CoordinatoManager of a team of two assistant, three Assistant Team leaders and 15 case managers and Coordinating and directing the Vocational Incentive Program, and Relapse Prevention Program.
Kept files in order, documented clients needs, job research, taught interview skills, job readiness, the importance of a resume, proper attire, distribution of payroll and stipend
Vocational Counselor Adkins Life Skills workshops on building self esteem and resume writing and how to get a job.
Assistant Team Leader oversee and delegate the Pearl Building and a staff of fifteen; operations, case management for over three hundred clients.
Reviewed case notes
Board of Education Bronx, N.Y. January 1985 - August 1999 Paraprofessional and Teacher
Worked in a small class setting of MIS I & MIS II Monolingual and Bilingual Program, Bilingual Resource, and residential setting for 15 years. One to one setting as well as a small group, tutoring in academics, providing counseling for Special Education students and in group homes. Focus on reading, writing, math, history, science, and social skills
Individual Evaluation Progress (I.E.P.)
Trips and social skillsSt Christopher’s-Jennies Clarkson Dobbs-Ferry, NY December 1988-1992 Childcare Worker
Supervised a cottage of 18 adolescences
made sure there were no runaways
cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner
implemented counseling, role playing, and activity planning for resident.
Graduated from BMCC with an A.A. degree in Early childhoodGraduate from Lehman College with a Masters of Special Education Bronx, N.Y.
Working with Marist College to obtain a second Masters in Public Administration Orange, N.Y.
Graduated from City College with a B.A. in Education
Graduate from A.E. Smith High School major Carpentry