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Supervisor Project

Location:
Orlando, Florida, 32825, United States
Posted:
March 02, 2011

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**** ********** 407-***-****(Cell

Ave )

Orlando, Fl ********@*****.**

***** *

******* *******

Objective Seeking a position that will increase my knowledge and

experience, and will allow me to utilize my leadership abilities,

educational background and experiences as a positive

contribution.

Qualification Profile

Skills Computer skills-- Familiar with Windows XP, Microsoft Works,

Microsoft Words, Microsoft Excel, Power Point, Data Base,

Spreadsheet, as well as browsing through the World Wide Web; type

60WPM.

Communication skills-- Speak three languages: Speak and Write

French 5/5; English 5/5; Creole 5/5. Serves as Guest Speaker at

PCBU ATL 90.5FM BlogTalk Radio; Orlando Star 94.5FM Radio for

Remembering Haiti the Earthquake; Tenacious Women BlogTalk Radio.

Leadership skills- Head Delegate of Model UN Team- won diplomacy

award at Harvard World MUN in 2005. Black Business Entrepreneur

& Professionals Collegiate Award.

People skills-Diversity Education & Exchange Program Stellar

Award Recipient at Savannah State University; well-rounded

person, friendly and enthusiastic.

Professional: City of Orlando Mayor Individual Merit Award

Recipient; Central Florida Urban League Young Professionals

Member; serves as Board Member of Global Haitian Advancement

Through Education & Sports (GHATES).

Education

2010-2012 Webster University

Saint Louis, Misouri

Masters of Art

Procurement & Acquisition Management

Currently Enrolled

2001-2005 Savannah State University

Savannah, Georgia

B.S., Political Science and Minor in French.

Graduated Cum Laude.

Experience 2008-present City of Orlando 400 S. Orange Avenue

Orlando, Florida 32801

Supervisor: Kevin Walsh 407.***.****

40hours / week Salary: $39,416 per year

Contract Compliance Investigator

Enforce the City's Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise

(M/WBE) ordinance. Monitor contract compliance by examining

paperwork and conducting site visits. Resolve and document

conflicts between Contractor and Sub-contractor. Compile

statistical data and prepare detailed reports. Meet and greet

the general public fostering the best interest of the City of

Orlando.

Perform responsible administrative and investigative work in the

area of minority business contract compliance with primary

responsibility for auditing business records and conducting

investigations to facilitate the process of providing the maximum

opportunity for women and minority owned businesses to

participate effectively in the construction bidding process for

contracted services. Compile and analyze work force data and

related information and prepare statistical reports. Consult

with prime contractors and sub-contractors to explain program,

clarify issues, resolve problems, and provide technical

assistance as needed to obtain contract compliance. Develop

systematic, concise and detailed reports outlining findings and

recommendations. Explain and/ or interpret ordinance requirements

and related issues at pre bid, bid opening, pre award,

pre-construction and various other construction planning

meetings; consults with and provide advice to purchasing

personnel and operating managers regarding the bidding and

awarding of contracts.

Gained thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local

regulations and laws related to minority business participation

(Executive Order II246, Section 503, Davis Bacon and Walsh Healey

Acts, Chapter 57 of City Code and title VII of the Civil Rights

Act). Enhanced knowledge of financial records, taxes, contracts,

purchase orders, liability insurance, bonding and licensing

requirements. Also obtained knowledge of Disadvantage Business

Enterprise (DBE) working with the Federal Department of

Transportation (FDOT), contract administration practices and

procedures and of construction practices and operations.

2007-2008 Orange County Government 3763

Vision Blvd. Orlando, Florida 32839

Supervisor: Gary Bassa 407.***.****

40hours/week Salary: $25,563.2 per year

Corrections Aide/ Record Coordinator

Interface and communicate with offenders and internal and

external customers on a regular basis to receive and provide

information. Customers include judiciary, attorneys, clerk's

offices, job applicants, state and local agencies, employers and,

citizens.

Research and compile documentation for offender files in various

computer systems. Participate in meetings, seminars, etc. to keep

abreast of rules, regulations, laws, community resources, etc.

Assist officers in managing a caseload of offenders including the

processing of new files and closed cases. Research and respond to

requests for information. Operate and care for a variety of types

of standard office equipment including computer, copier,

calculator, fax machine, etc. Enter, and retrieve information

from various computer systems. Prepare documents and report and

maintain statistical information.

Obtain and maintain FCIC/NCIC certification. Conduct criminal

histories and research case information in a variety of computer

systems to identify offenders who are incarcerated or who have

failed to report as ordered by the court. Process incoming

offenders and compile computer files. Identify potential

offenders for other divisional programs. Organize and maintain

offender-tracking system. Perform other related duties and

special assignments as required.

2001-2005 Student Support Services (TRIO) 3219 College

Street Savannah, Georgia 31404

Supervisor: Shaunce Riley 912.***.****

10hours/week Salary: $5,200 per year

Tutor/Mentor

Tutor Undergraduate Student participants one on one or in-group

of 3-5 the following courses: intermediate French, Spanish,

English composition, and most social science courses.

Assist students using the computer laboratory by demonstrating

the performances of different software such as Microsoft Power

Point and Excel.

Mentor students establishing life skills through the use of

workshops and other social activities.

Supervised a computer laboratory consisting of approximately 20

computers and oversee approximately 30-50 students. Fulfill

secretary duties such as electronic filing using the Banner

System, typing, keeping records of telephone and/or written

messages, and maintaining a calm loving educational environment.

I gained excellent people skills, management skills and

multitasking skills.

Summer 2004 US Embassy (USAID) Petit Ngor Dakar, Senegal

Supervisor: Mr. Niang 202.***.**** 40hours/week

Salary: $3,000 per month

Summer Hire

Participate in website building project with the Info Core

Department by collecting old and new data to update information

using the DreamWorks software.

Assist the Regional Contracting Officer by gaining knowledge of

the procurement process and there after lending assistance

through filing and inputting the procurement process; I became

familiar with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).

Travel to other West African Countries such as Benin and provide

assistance to the Regional Contracting Officer with the

procurement process.

Translate information collected via the internet from French to

English to further assist the Regional Contracting Officer and in

order to complete the website building project.

Reference

Jean G. Alexandre

Project Coordinator

Workforce Central of Florida

407-***-**** etx. 7044

407-***-****

**********@*****.***

Joe Steffen

Legal Advisor

Savannah State University

912-***-****

********@*************.***

Emmanuel Naniuzeyi, Phd

Associate Professor

Savannah State University

912.***.****

*******@*************.***

Milda MonPlaisir-Elysee

Court Advocate

Harbor House

321-***-****

*********@******.***



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