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Location:
Englewood, Ohio, United States
Posted:
January 22, 2018

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CANISIA EBUNG

*** ***** ****, *** ***. Englewood Ohio 45322. Email: ac3405@r.postjobfree.com. Tel. 678-***-****

Public health professional, with over ten years of experience in both public and private sectors. Possesses advanced knowledge in program design, implementation, analytical research, monitoring and evaluation of health programs to promote positive health outcomes. Seeking a position with an organization where experience and training provides the potential for career development.

CORE COMPETENCIES

Fluency in French and English.

Knowledge of statistical concepts, software and their application to research analysis.

Knowledgeable of concepts, and techniques used in the field of HIV/AIDS education and prevention through previous assignments.

Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; make public presentations; and plan, organize, and prioritize work.

Broad knowledge in developmental and humanitarian program management and design.

Program Evaluation, Program Development, Epidemiology and International Health.

Demonstrate ability to work in a multicultural environment and job committed and integrity.

Project Management Certification, pending March, 2018.

Familiarity with medical research databases such as MEDLINE, ClinicalTrials.gov, and PubMed.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

October 2017-Current, Scheduler/ STNA. Garden Court Dayton Ohio

Schedule staff, assist recruiting team, and other personnel-related responsibilities.

Work with individuals providing direct care as needed.

Respond to daily emails and phone calls regarding scheduling changes, including staff or client call-offs, cancellations, and other scheduling needs.

Ability to be on-call as the primary scheduler for the organization, responding to emergency cancellations and changes outside of normal business hours.

November 2016 – September 2017, Communications Specialist – Bread for Life International Medical Outreach, Yaounde, Cameroon. Central Africa

Established positive associations with the public and mass media on behalf of Bread for Life International.

Promoted cooperative relationships between Bread for Life medical Outreach and the Pigmy/Mbam community in Cameroon.

Operated in collaboration with Ministry of Health, and Environment about 30% of the time, to assess and manage cost analysis for Bread for Life (BFL) medical outreach.

Assisted in the analysis of epidemiologic data as related to Cameroon Ministry of Public Health disease surveillance with an emphasis on truck drivers and the spread of HIV in the Far North Province through the assistance of Local health center staff and local authorities; an 85% success.

January 2013 – December 2016: Program Specialist – International Center of Kentucky, Bowling Green KY.

●Prepared and presented reports, research, and findings using oral and written presentations to relevant committees, departments, the public, and the media, at professional meetings.

●Led grant-related activities on time including identification of opportunities, grant application, and grant reporting 20% of the time.

Assist with activities of Public Health Education presentations.

●Coordinated and completed initial and on-going assessments of newly admitted refugees.

●Reviewed and edited documents and messages drafted by the International Center of Refugee and other International Center Offices of the Director and staff, making them understandable for a variety of audiences.

●Wrote and examined policy documents, and other collateral materials to highlight International Center for Refugee’s work nationally and internationally.

●Developed relationship with stakeholders through community outreach programs leading to 11% decrease in organizational cost witnessed by this organization in the past 8 years.

●Oversaw and coordinated the collection, compilation, and analysis of program activity data during admission of new refugees, leading to smooth transition and cost effectiveness.

●Maintained appropriate documentation related to benefit policies. Researches state and federal Medicaid policies relative to assigned projects.

●Organized health education workshop programs and training as part of federal requirement to meet up with future grant writings.

November 2011 – November 2012: Research Analyst – CARE USA, Atlanta GA.

●Ensured data file integrity for easy understanding of field and community health workers abroad on Supportive Supervision to breastfeeding mothers, an 87% success rate.

●20% of the time, planned, organized, conducted, and oversaw studies related to Exclusive breastfeeding data quality with constructive ideas from Breastfeeding consultants.

●Directed and conducted linkage and analysis of data files for data collection and internal data quality purposes.

●Prepared and analyzed project pipelines and ensured that all official documentation was complete and in compliance with CARE rules, regulations, and standards.

●Reviewed scientific literature on Kangaroo Mother Care, towards reducing child death in Nepal, A USAID high-profile program.

●Organized and Participated in department meetings, brown bags presentation, and lectures, to stay current and shared key information back to the country program and field staff 4 times a month.

●Ensured professional services were consistent with standards prescribed by CARE USA.

●Supported the Maternal and Child Health Division and Deputy Division Chief, as needed in routine efforts to support Division programs, staff, and initiatives in home office and abroad.

October 2005 – March 2011: Communication Specialist – Bread for Life Medical Outreach, Yaounde, Cameroon.

●Developed and implemented an international communications, training, and partnership plan to enhance infection control in key regions globally, on monthly basis and as needed.

●Collaborated with scientific staff through the Ministry of Public Health to ensure that the strategy was based in science and complimented the efforts of the scientific team.

●Oversaw all activities and material development of the international writer/editor and health educator on the team.

●Wrote policy documents, and other collateral materials that highlighted Bread for Life work internationally.

●Conducted research that identified causes of increased poor health care delivery to communities around the South West and North Provinces of Cameroon. 70% Success.

●Operated in collaboration with Ministry of Health, and Environment about 30% of the time, to assess and manage cost analysis for Bread for Life (BFL) medical outreach.

Assisted in the analysis of epidemiologic data as it was related to Cameroon Ministry of Public Health disease surveillance with an emphasis on truck drivers and the spread of HIV in the Far North Province through the assistance of Local health center staff and local authorities; an 85% success.

Volunteer and Professional Associations.

●Community Development; St Vincent De Paul, Norcross GA. 2016- Present.

●Volunteer, Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta GA. 2012-2016.

●Volunteer, AID Gwinnett / Ric Crawford Clinic: HIV-AIDS Clinic Atlanta, 2012-Present.

●Member of American Public Health Association and American College of Healthcare Executive.

EDUCATION

March 2018, Project Management course done. Certification, Pending.

August 2016: Certificate – Systems Thinking in Public Health, Johns Hopkins University.

August 2013: Master of Public Health, Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota

October 2000: Bachelor of Arts, Education, Linguistics and Communication, University of Yaoundé l, Cameroon.



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