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The following is an example of a qualified / professional Supports Coordinator resume sample(s). These resume examples uses an integration resume layout. The Resume initiates with the applicants qualification profile, outlining key-qualifications for Support job field.

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 Supports Coordinator

York, PA

Willing to relocate to: Forth Worth, Texas

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Supports Coordinator

Case Management Unit

Harrisburg, PA

December 2015 to Present

Provided coordination services for individuals by enrolling clients in the Intellectual Disability (ID) service system. Assist individuals in developing their individual support plans, choosing providers and informal supports, and locating, coordinating and monitoring the administration of services. Duties also consist of by not limited to schedule and facilitate ISP meetings, locate resources and make referrals, Monitor deliver services put in place for the individual.

Life Skils Advocate

YWCA/ ACCESS YORK

York, PA

May 2013 to January 2015

Actively Interview of potential clients on interview panel. Complete intake and exit documentation of the program, provide budget, nutrition and life skills counseling. Plan and facilitate support group meetings, secure guest speakers. Hold residents accountable to agreement made regarding maintenance of their yards, homes and rent fees.

Residential Service Worker

BELL SOCIALIZATION - York

York, PA

May 2011 to March 2013

Assist consumers with daily living skills and community habilitation, which requires physical strength. In many settings, the populations are patients who are seriously ill or disabled. RSW’s are prepared to handle tasks that include cleaning blood or bodily fluids, or working with potentially violent patients. Activities include one-on- one or group counseling, formal therapy sessions, organizing group therapy, overseeing group activities, arranging social events for residents, providing educational needs and administer medication and maintain good order at all times.

Customer Service Representative

CHUBB FEDERAL INSURANCE

Baltimore, MD

April 2006 to July 2009

Process accounts that include: issuance of newlines, and renewal. 
Collaborate with underwriting associates from various locations to perform bookings.Ensuring full compliance with agency requirements with tight deadlines Utilizing mathematical aptitude and data entry to complete policies. Research documents for problem solving.

Case Manager

MARY ELIZABETH LANGE CENTER

Baltimore, MD

October 2003 to March 2006

Complete intake process for new clients, and maintain residents’ files for group home. Prepare evaluation reports and treatment plans. Facilitate team meetings. Assist Program Director with administrative duties. 
Organize and assist with scheduling medical appointments on clients’ behalf, as well as assist with transportation. Occasionally cook and serve hot meals to residents. Acted as liaison with doctor and social work professionals. Perform presentations to board of directors regarding company success.

Family Service Coordinator

INSTITUTE FOR FAMILY CENTERED SERVICES

Baltimore, MD

1999 to 2003

Provide psychiatric rehabilitation, care management, initiate intake assessments. 
 
Occasionally facilitate team meetings. 
 
Market agency services to other referents and. 
 
vendors. 
 
Provide transportation to clients to mental health and educational appointment. 
 
IEP advocate for client. 
 
Conducted comprehensive initial in-home psychosocial assessments prior to first wraparound meetings. 
 
Efficiently gathered information from families and social services agencies to inform development of treatment plans.

Education

M.A in Human Services/Life Coaching

Liberty University - Lynchburg

Lynchburg, VA

May 2018

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Grand Canyon University - Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ

2014

A.A in General/Arts

University of Phoenix - Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ

1998 to 2000

Frederick Douglass Senior High School

Baltimore, MD

1985 to 1989

Skills

Microsoft Office (10+ years)

Additional Information

Skill Highlights 
 
Therapeutic expertise 
 
Psychiatric population familiarity 
 
Solution-focused counseling 
 
Idealistic team player 
 
Exceptional problem solver 
 
Skills 
 
Administrative duties, Counselor, CPR, First Aid, Data Entry, First Aid, Medication 
 
Administration, Facilitate Meetings, Organizing, Presentations, Problem Solving, 
 
Rehabilitation, Scheduling, Prepare treatment plans, Case Management, Monitoring