Then, the candidate has an outline of their full work experience (employment history) in sequential order with employment dates on file.
Next is the Educational background, listed in descending order (most recent first). It then moves onto the Professional Background, highlighting skills separated into professional & personal skills.
And lastly, Certifications/Licenses that the candidate it involved with. Then a final part displays any other additional information that the candidate want it to be listed.
Resume Example for rehabber
Authorized to work in the US for any employer
November 2015 to August 2017
Duties include remodeling and repairing mobile homes after the owners or tenants move out.
June 2016 to May 2017
The Behavior Interventionist role has responsibility for overall instructional behavioral interventions. The Behavior Interventionist is the first line of escalation when student issues arise and additional support is needed and also provides effective leadership to motivate and guide staff and students toward the successful accomplishment of established program goals and objectives. Employee is also responsible for driving the achievement of the School’s objectives by supporting classroom management, tutoring and computer lab assistance, under the direction of the Director of Education or school leader.
March 2014 to November 2015
Duties included assembling furniture and appliances to deliver to customers. Dependable, self-motivated, obtained DOT certification to drive GVWR greater than 10,000 lbs. but less than 26,000 lbs. and able to push, pull, lift and/or carry material up to 100 lbs.
Pretrial Release Specialist
November 2011 to October 2013
Duties include meeting with Judges to approve the release of defendants and then meeting with defendants at the jail site to process paperwork for their release. Monitor defendant to insure that
defendants show for court appoints, drug and alcohol testing and weekly reporting. Assist defendant with their preparation for court by submitting documentation to show the court that the defendant is complying with court ordered conditions.
Education and Training Specialist
October 2010 to November 2011
Duties include training and developing all hospital employees how to develop and carry out all Mandt techniques authorized by Mandt, including but not limited to organizing training material, preparing all testing material for training classes, coordinate classroom usage and prepare evaluation material to get feedback from participants to effectively evaluate training performance. Also construct and organize classroom roster to determine what training is needed and schedule employee for appropriate classes. Certified to teach all Mandt level classes including Basic, Intermediate, Advanced and Recertification classes. Teach and conduct computer labs to get new employees acclimated to FSH policies and procedures, DCF policies and procedures and State of Florida policies through facilitating New Employee Orientation, Direct Services Care, Restraint Training and CPR using audiovisual aids, classroom instruction, role-playing, or equipment such as computers. A member of the Crisis Response Team organized to help residents in Crisis situations. Prepare monthly progress reports on classes taught to evaluate the effectiveness of the training to ensure that the desired results are being achieved.
June 2009 to November 2010
Duties and responsibilities included assisting mentally impaired or emotionally disturbed patients, working under the direction of nursing and medical staff to prevent injuries. Assisting patients in becoming accustomed to hospital routine and demonstrate and assist patients in bathing, dressing, and grooming. Accompany patients to and from wards for medical treatments and to religious and recreational events. Encourage patients to participate in social, educational, and recreational activities. Notate and maintain records of patients’ activities, such as vital signs, eating habits, and daily behavior. Serve meals and feed patients needing assistance. Monitor and review information from materials, events, or the environment, often to detect problems or to find out when things are finished. Develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with staff members.
ISS Teacher/Computer Lab Proctor
August 2003 to November 2010
Follow professional practices consistent with school and system policies in working with students, students’ records, parents and colleagues. Building curriculum for teaching Math to 3rd – 5th grade students to prepare them for the FCAT. Interact in a professional manner with students and parents for conferences according to system policies. Establish classroom policies and procedures to ensure an effective environment for learning. Facilitate home-school communication by such means as holding conferences, telephoning, and sending written communications. Maintain confidentiality of students and students’ records and work cooperatively with school administrators, special support personnel, colleagues, and parents to ensure that all students are afforded the best possible environment to learn. Troubleshooting both computer software and hardware, installing new computers, upgrading computers from Windows XP to Vista and Windows 7. Training current and incoming teachers about computer software and technology issues.
March 1999 to August 2003
My position, at the Florida Clemency office, involved many and varied duties. I managed a multiple phone line system, processed incoming and outgoing mail, ensured that the office supplies were always stocked, located important documents needed for the clemency proceedings, handled the filing system and general office procedures. Additionally, and more importantly, I set up appointments for individuals who needed clemency and counseled them as to the clemency process, also helping them locate and procure important documents from various organizations and agency that they would need in the process, and assisting them with completing all the required paperwork for submission to the Governor’s office. Also conducted seminar teaching for larger groups to help them to understand the process of getting their civil rights restored and gun rights throughout the surrounding counties. Furthermore, I was also responsible for setting up appointments to counsel and train different law enforcement agencies, attorneys from the ACLU and private attorneys about the restoration of rights’ process and the Florida statues involved in that restoration. This position required much interaction with the public from varying backgrounds, of various economic, educational, social, and judicial situations. I am pleased to say that I was able to maintain a professional and helpful manner at all times and I found much satisfaction in teaching my clients about the clemency procedure and helping them understand how it works and how they could best avail themselves of this process.
Office Automation Specialist II
April 1995 to March 1999
My position as an Office Automation Specialist II was challenging and involved many different duties. I was responsible for ensuring the efficient, effective and timely flow of information through the districts and state. Troubleshooting TCP/IP computer problems via telephone and in person using different analysis to effectively identify the strengths and weaknesses of the different approaches in order to identify and correct problems. Repair office equipment and I had to prepare or cause to be prepared monthly, quarterly and annual quality assurance and other required and/or requested reports. I developed different approaches for implementing new ideas and technology. This was challenging and very rewarding because it required me to troubleshoot and decided how best to present material that would be easily understood individuals from all walks of life. Another facet of my job was the monitoring and controlling the effective use of all computers and other data processing or transmitting equipment, and when necessary, troubleshoot and fix all computer related problems using different hardware and software
whenever the tickets were created. I was also responsible for the surveillance, screening and quality assurance of Chlamydia data which came from all clinics, hospitals, family planning centers and correctional institutions statewide. Furthermore, I was also responsible for supervising four data entry operators and assisting with the input of health information and maintaining the computer network, as well as updating the central office main databases in the ICCR system on a weekly basis which is linked to CDC in Atlanta, Georgia.
Statistical Aide II
August 1994 to April 1995
Responsible for the data entry of HIV pre/posttest, counseling data for the HIV counseling and testing database and providing primary phone coverage for 27 employees located in the HIV/STD/TB Program Reporting section. This is advanced independent and varied clerical- statistical work performing a variety of functions such as collecting data for use in preparing statistical reports, performing calculations for various types of forecasting, preparing written reports and examining data for change in trends, other peculiarities and possible reporting errors.
July 1988 to January 1990
Responsible for picking up and testing samples of clay used to make different chemicals. Also, responsible for training other employees on the procedures of testing chemicals of Pharmasorb, a chemical used to make medicines. Train other employees of how to use the equipment and facilities necessary to properly test the samples.
July 1986 to March 1988
Clark AB, Philippines
Loading and unloading mail vans, sorting and delivering mail to 17 official base agencies and 5 postal service centers. Collected and processed mail using the correct mail equipment, airport coded tags and slide labels. Provide security for mail and postal effects practicing proper safety procedures. Operated assigned vehicles. Coordinated with 5 postal service centers and 17 official base agencies to ensure delivery in a timely manner. Operated letter canceling machine, sort, pitched punch labels, tag all classes of mail destined to statewide and overseas location with no errors.
Manning Control Manager
June 1984 to July 1986
Interview personnel to assigned valid manning position numbers and updated the Personnel Data
System (PDS) database. After interviewing personnel, construct and maintain relocation folders,
distribute and update initial duty assignment information. Analyze and update file monitor
transactions, registers and other automated products generated by the PDS. Prepare and process AF Forms 2095 (Personnel Action Requests) and 2096 (Classification on the Job Training Action). Monitor personnel performing duties out of their control air force specialty. Perform manning studies and ensure equitable distribution of personnel resources. Provide assistance to coworkers in all needed areas.
Service Country: United States
July 1984 to March 1988