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Assistant Management

Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, 20011, United States
Posted:
March 02, 2018

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LISA DIANA MOORE

Day Phone: 256-***-****

Email: ac4oaf@r.postjobfree.com

Work Experience:

Lisa's Consulting Firm

*/**** - *******

Travel Consultant

Coordinator of lodging, transportation and guided tours for Washington D.C. area historical sites.

Montgomery County Education Service

Dayton, Ohio

11/2016-10/2017

Substitute Teacher

Catherine's Clothing Store

Dayton, Ohio

Sale's Associate

1/2016-5/2016

DOD DECA COMMISSARY

WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB, OHIO

SECRETARY HUMAN RESOURCE SPECIALIST

9/2015 - 5/2016

Hiring Coordinator for DECA Commissary. Time keeper, travel arranger, and office purchasing agent.

Export Import Bank of America

811 Vermont Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20571

9/2013 – 9/2015

Program Management Assistant, in the Office of Congressional Affairs (OCA). OCA is responsible for the Bank's strategic planning regarding, and implementation of relations with, Congress. This includes taking the lead role in securing yearly appropriations, reauthorizations, and Senate approval of nominees for the Board of Directors. OCA is responsible for the drafting of replies to congressional correspondence, arranging meetings between Ex-lm staff and Members of Congress and congressional staff, and drafting congressional testimony. OCA also maintains a liaison function with exporter interest groups.

This position is designed to provide both: (A) technical skills necessary to respond to written and oral congressional inquiries on Ex-lm Bank programs, policies and activity levels; and (B) organizational/administrative skills to ensure an orderly work environment for the day-to-day needs of the division.

Naval Medical Center

8901 Wisconsin Avenue

Bethesda, MD 20889 US

11/2010 – 9/2013

Salary: 55,750.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 1102 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 9

Education Specialist (This is a federal job)

Supervisor: Lori Doye 31-400-1922

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

EDUCATION SPECIALIST: coordinate communications between the external public and professional education sector seeking services and programs offered through WRNNMC education, with professional educators and hospital staff being the primary audience. Facilitate partnerships between the professional education community and the Office of Education staff. Coordinate and facilitate implementation plans designed to enhance relationships with agency stakeholders, such as academic institutions and international organizations, and to increase effectiveness in communicating program goals, priorities and areas of concern. Coordinate and facilitate communication plans for use by management in strategic planning. Develops operational plans and procedures to organize activities for special events and visits by important education leaders. Determine the effectiveness of tours and other presentations offered to education visitors by implementing evaluation methods and techniques. Prepare in-depth, complex analytical reports on services provided to various audiences; develop articles, brochures, and fact sheets; responsible for the production and maintenance of electronic publications and social media communications vehicles. Develop and write information materials designed to reach selected audiences. Interface with management and other program specialists to obtain the latest information on Psychiatry missions and projects for use in brokering education services. Design, plan, and coordinate mechanisms to support coverage of special education events. Lead efforts to collect, process and broker requests for Education services. Consult with and advise educational institutions regarding educational projects available through the agency which would contribute to and enhance currentand future educational programs. Collect and assemble data for special projects, reports and assignments on topics such as space management, furniture, equipment, telecommunications, budget, human capital initiatives, and other programmatic activities. Ppoint of contact for negotiating the delivery of equipment, furniture, supplies and logistical support; research and make recommendations regarding cost estimates; and initiate and monitor requisitions for administrative services and equipment (i.e. repairs to furniture, keys and locks, etc.) to completion. Liaison for copier management program, perform a variety of support tasks to analyze copier needs, conduct meter reads, trouble shoot and diagnose copier issues, and ensure compliance with copier contract. Coordinate s requests for telecommunication services to completion in accordance with guidelines, processes, and procedures. Serve as Time and Attendance Coordinator and provide back-up support to the Time and Attendance Program Manager.

• Process Security Badge sponsorships for incoming employees and process renewals for current employees per notification from the Security Badge Office. Building Safety Coordinator, coordinate occupational safety and health programs and building evacuations. Support senior analysts on general human resources (HR) topics, to include coordinating requirements for personnel actions and conducting analyses of organizational structure as assigned.

U.S. Core of Engineers

Fort Belvoir, VA US

03/2010 - 11/2010

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0001 Pay Plan: AA

Family Readiness Support Assistant (This is a federal job)

Serves as an advisor to the Commander on Family Readiness Group (FRG) programs while performing a variety of clerical and administrative duties. Provides assistance, information, referral and follow-up on Family Program areas. Responsible for organizing, planning, supervising, and directing work through subordinate supervisors of personnel responsible for deployment and readiness operations. Exercises broad responsibility and authority for planning and managing the overall efficiency and effectiveness of deployment operations and communicating the Agencies strategic plan, mission, vision, and values to employees within the organization.

- Oversees through subordinate experts/supervisors predeployment/redeployment projects to meet Army requirements. Works with customers to obtain feedback to identify future concerns, issues and customer service needs. Develops policies, plans, and strategies to deploy workforce. Provides leadership and guidance for special studies to analyze historical performance and deployment trends; develop projections for future deployment requirements.

As the senior deployment program management expert, represents the Agency on external boards, committees and working groups related to deployments and readiness. Leads interagency coalitions and maintains liaison with other Federal agencies, military services, intelligence community organizations, academic institutions, etc., in order to share expertise in deployment program management.

Exercises oversight in area of responsibility to ensure the Agency deployment operations are in accordance with current guidelines. Participates in briefings and meetings to provide advice and assistance. Exercises a high degree of originality and judgment in accomplishing responsibilities that contribute significantly in guiding and shaping the future of the Agency.

US Agency for International Development

Washington, DC US

08/2009 - 12/2009

Hours per week: 40

Administrative Operations Specialist

Supervisor: Deborah Kennedy-Iraheta 202-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Provides administrative coordination and program support to the Assistant Director and Deputy Assistant Director, and ensures that the division receives appropriate administrative support at all times. Identifies administrative needs or problems, devises and recommends solutions to problems, and implements solutions after approval. Provides training to division staff on software, technical tools, and business system applications. Initiates contacts with persons and groups both inside and outside the agency for the purposes of scheduling and arranging meetings, and serves as a principal liaison for key groups. Exercises control over the calendar of the Assistant Director and Deputy Assistant Director with authority for time commitments. Manages a wide variety of correspondence from within and outside the agency and decides how to handle it. Reviews Library and CRS management directives, regulations, and other official correspondence and identifies potential implications for the division. Undertakes special administrative projects or management studies, either individually or as a participant in task forces or working groups. Solves unusual problems in performing a variety of duties related to special projects involving administrative or program issues. Incumbent serves as the point-of-contact for the office and manages and coordinates the administrative functions for the Office of the Board Member; maintains calendars and schedules appointments and conferences without prior clearance; makes travel arrangements for the Member and Special Assistant; completes requisitions, travel vouchers, training forms, time and attendance reports, and other administrative reports in accordance with agency procedures; and processes incoming and outgoing materials such as correspondence, reports, memoranda, and other forms of written communication. Assembles background information for public speaking engagements, papers, and correspondence/reports, meetings, and conferences; assists in the development of information papers or briefings; and independently develops portions of papers or briefings, etc. for specific projects. Incumbent reviews internal and external documents to determine the impact and consequences of current proposed initiatives; maintains an awareness of active board documents and initiatives and conducts research on a variety of technical documents; and maintains an awareness of public policy issues related to transportation safety and identifies the interrelationships of issues relevant to current Board issues and activities.

Legal Services Alabama

1901 Noble Street

Anniston, AL US

04/2009 - 11/2009

Salary: 23,000.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 31

Paralegal

Paralegal - Assists Marketing Director in developing marketing plans for assigned clients including recommendations for most effective media channels and media layouts such as web site, print and broadcast releases, photographic, copy design, and writing and editing. Set up and maintain files which are organized chronologically, numerically and/or by subject matter. Work with Practice Support on electronic productions. Under the guidance of an attorney, categorize documents by subject matter, prepare a chronology of facts and create production charts. Create and maintain internal case databases, run searches on internal and external document databases and systems, cull relevant information from a variety of resources such as newspapers, magazines, libraries, case documents and trade associations. Organize interview memos, digests and other relevant documents for attorney review and case preparation. Under attorney supervision, gather and prepare documents relevant to the deponent, organize exhibits, take notes and handle exhibits during the deposition, and digest transcripts to summarize highlights of a proceeding. Pull relevant documents, proofread papers, organize exhibits and create document indices in the preparation of motion filing. Work with attorneys and the Managing Attorney's Office in the preparation and filing of all court documents. Create, bind and distribute both file and courtesy copies. Organize the briefs, exhibits and appendices. Oversee the progress of documents through litigation support departments, order transcripts from reporting services, and fulfill requests from outside counsel and others. Organize exhibits, files and all other supporting documents, coordinate trial set-up and logistics, assist attorneys in the courtroom by taking notes, handling exhibits, and marking documents referred to by counsel, assist in the preparation of witness testimony and serve as liaison between trial attorneys and in-house staff. Experience as a litigation paralegal/legal assistant working on intellectual property cases and experience handling all support aspects of federal district court and/or federal appeals court cases, including: maintaining files, monitoring deadlines, document production, preparing exhibits, communicating with witnesses and court personnel, preparing correspondence, drafting legal pleadings, analyzing and interpreting court rules and procedures, proofreading, cite-checking, and filing legal documents. Specialized experience also includes conducting legal research, preparing reports, and performing similar legal support functions which require attention to detail, analytical skills, the ability to work under the pressure of deadlines and competing priorities, and discretion and independent judgment.

Commissary Ft. Myers

Fort Myers, VA US

10/2008 - 05/2009

Hours per week: 39

Series: 1101 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 01

Store Associate (This is a federal job)

Supervisor: Marsha Davis 703-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Act as the lead specialist in the scheduling, ordering, procurement, and delivery of commodities, which include livestock, poultry and poultry products, fish, fruits and vegetables.

In coordination with Branch Chief, formulate national policy for program management and operations and develop systems and processes for monitoring and evaluation of program operations at the regional, State and local levels, and develop systems for nor national program resource allocation and accountability.

Develop and maintain working relationships with regional and State Distribution offices to ensure effective program management and operations through open communication, adequate training, negotiation and problem solving.

Serve as the liaison between other government agencies on all financial and funding issues.

Atlanta Legal Aid

54 Ellis Street NE,

Atlanta, GA 30303

06/2003 - 03/2008

Hours per week: 37

OMBUDSMAN

Supervisor: Roberta Collins 404-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

MONITORING NURSING HOMES AND PERSONAL CARE HOMES FOR THE STATE OF Georgia. LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATIVE FOR Georgia OMBUDSMAN. Conducts legal research using library references, files, corporate records, private and governmental studies, computer databases, and their pertinent sources to supply needed legal or factual information for inclusion in memoranda, directives and pleadings. Analyzes data, develops recommendations and justifications for the attorneys for use in interpretation and advisory requests, or in complex litigation cases. Monitored nursing homes and personal care homes for the state of Alabama. Conducted community education activities. Assisted residents, family, and facilities in resolving complaints. Conducted Medicaid 101 training for individuals in the community. I was involved with: soliciting, evaluating, negotiating, and awarding contracts with commercial organizations, educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, and State, local or foreign governments for furnishing products, services, construction or research and development to the . Investigating problems that arise between Long Term Care facilities and residents and/or residents families. Currently, Community Ombudsman - Investigating problems that arise between Long Term Care facilities and residents and/or residents families. Conduct Regional coordination for Beneficiary Services and Information (BSI) Program. Assisting with issues concerning healthcare for senior citizens and making appropriate referrals. Coordinating photo identification program for senior citizens. Advocating on behalf of nursing home residents and residents of personal care homes. Communicating to clients in writing and orally. I have 9 years experience working in the aging network. Also, I have taken college courses such as elder law. I’ve attended on-the job training sessions and educated individuals regarding adult guardianships, wills, power of attorney, and healthcare proxy power of attorney. The main focus of my role as Ombudsman is to protect the rights of elders and persons with disabilities. I have extensive experience in providing consultation and technical assistance on policy interpretation and clarification to my clients. I have both experience and training in working with the Aging network. Conducted presentations and training for large groups of aging constituents. Proficient in LexisNexis research, Access, Excel databases, and Word program evaluation.Under attorney supervision, gather and prepare documents relevant to the deponent, organize exhibits, take notes and handle exhibits during the deposition, and digest transcripts to summarize highlights of a proceeding. Pull relevant documents, proofread papers, organize exhibits and create document indices in the preparation of motion filing. Work with attorneys and the Managing Attorney's Office in the preparation and filing of all court documents. Create, bind and distribute both file and courtesy copies. Organize the briefs, exhibits and appendices. Oversee the progress of documents through litigation support departments, order transcripts from reporting services, and fulfill requests from outside counsel and others.

EAST ALABAMA PLANNING COMMISSION

1100 Quintard Avenue

ANNISTON, AL US

05/2001 - 06/2003

Hours per week: 40

OMBUDSMAN

Supervisor: RANDY FROST 256-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Monitored nursing homes and personal care homes for the state of Alabama. Conducted community education activities. Assisted residents, family, and facilities in resolving complaints. Conducted Medicaid 101 training for individuals in the community. I was involved with: soliciting, evaluating, negotiating, and awarding contracts with commercial organizations, educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, and State, local or foreign governments for furnishing products, services, construction or research and development to the . Investigating problems that arise between Long Term Care facilities and residents and/or residents families. Currently, Community Ombudsman - Investigating problems that arise between Long Term Care facilities and residents and/or residents families. Conduct Regional coordination for Beneficiary Services and Information (BSI) Program. Assisting with issues concerning healthcare for senior citizens and making appropriate referrals. Coordinating photo identification program for senior citizens. Advocating on behalf of nursing home residents and residents of personal care homes. Communicating to clients in writing and orally. I have five years experience working in the aging network. Also, I have taken college courses such as elder law. I’ve attended on-the job training sessions and educated individuals regarding adult guardianships, wills, power of attorney, and healthcare proxy power of attorney. The main focus of my role as Ombudsman is to protect the rights of elders and persons with disabilities. I have extensive experience in providing consultation and technical assistance on policy interpretation and clarification to my clients. I have both experience and training in working with the Aging network. Conducted presentations and training for large groups of aging constituents. Proficient in LexisNexis research, Access, Excel databases, and Word program evaluation.Under attorney supervision, gather and prepare documents relevant to the deponent, organize exhibits, take notes and handle exhibits during the deposition, and digest transcripts to summarize highlights of a proceeding. Pull relevant documents, proofread papers, organize exhibits and create document indices in the preparation of motion filing. Work with attorneys and the Managing Attorney's Office in the preparation and filing of all court documents. Create, bind and distribute both file and courtesy copies. Organize the briefs, exhibits and appendices. Oversee the progress of documents through litigation support departments, order transcripts from reporting services, and fulfill requests from outside counsel and others.

Okay to contact this U.S. DEPT OF AGRICULTURE

14th & Independence Avenue SW

WASHINGTON, DC US

01/1992 - 08/1997

Hours per week: 40

Pay Plan: GS

Program Assistant (This is a federal job)

Supervisor: VERONICA PRIDDY 202-***-****)

Supervisor: Yes

Serves as Administrative Specialist and oversees administrative functions for an office comprised of civilian, military and contract personnel. Responsible for formulating and implementing policies on administrative functions within the diverse department. In coordination with the Operations Officer, receives, evaluates, catalogs and assigns to the appropriate division, all incoming tasks and ensures timely completion. Works with Operations Officer to collate and manage tasking response and provide a weekly report to management to update the status of all tasks. Maintains a tracking system spreadsheet for recording, managing and tracking high visibility tasks. Ensures that staff elements are responsive to tasking and deadlines. Reviews tasks for completeness and ensures that responses are properly answered, documented and the customer is satisfied. Resolves administrative task/time conflicts and directs action as necessary. Independently analyzes and interprets data to make effective recommendations and/or decisions. Serves as Records Management Coordinator, Provides liaison between the department, front office and its internal and external customers. Liaison with other departments and commands to coordinate meetings, conferences and other functions. Arranges for briefs, demonstrations, and tours of the department. Assists new employees with integration into the command and department in accordance with established command procedures and practices. Coordinates departmental participation in command functions, activities and programs. Manages front office activities through effective communication of command priorities to ensure consistent, timely and predictable daily operations. Performs day-to-day administrative operations, manages daily and long-term appointment calendars and is responsible for ensuring adequate staffing of the department front office. Resolves scheduling conflicts. Has frequent interaction with high level visitors and senior intelligence officials. Ensures travel arrangements are accurately prepared in a timely manner. Executes the department's travel requirements, including orders, travel, lodging, country clearances and non-SAP security clearances. Researches data Analyzes processes, procedures and resource use in the management of the correspondence program, personnel through the effective use of oral and written skills. Oversees preparation of directives/correspondence and provides advice/training on the correct formats. Reviews and edits incoming correspondence and ensures timely flow through the organization. Establishes tracking procedures for incoming correspondence and packages and is responsible for accountability of all tracking/status. Serves as the primary point of contact for all administrative time and attendance issues. May work with management in personnel related administrative procedures, including ratings, awards, advancements, and recruiting packages.

SENATOR HOWELL HEFLIN

WASHINGTON, DC US

08/1994 - 09/1994

Hours per week: 40

INTERN

RESEARCHED CURRENT EVENTS FOR JUDICIARY COMMITTEE.

LEP INTERNATIONAL

MARIETTA, GA US

03/1988 - 08/1991

Hours per week: 40

Research Analyst

Researched open debits/credits for accounts payable/receivable. Reconciled accounts. Prepared volume discount reports. Processed millions in payments to consumers for company dividends.Creates tabulated reports, travel documents, memorandums, summary sheets, information papers, training requests, civilian personnel evaluation reports, and incentive award reports. Proofreads completed work for accuracy in spelling, grammatical construction, punctuation, and checks to ascertain that the necessary enclosures are included. Manages through subordinate program coordinates the community services program. Develops and maintains professional standards of service, and ensures that community service program functions are carried out in accordance with professional standards of service. Ensures that standard operating procedures outlining program services, operations and procedures are developed as needed, coordinates with others that have interfacing responsibilities and interests and revise as necessary. Evaluates the overall program & modifies program components or procedures to enhance effectiveness, quality and efficiency of services. Identifies community needs and emerging problems. Maintains close relationships with other social service such as Red Cross, religious leaders, mental health, medical support and law enforcement. Plans work, sets priorities and establishes schedules for subordinates. Develops, coordinates and directs publicity and public relations programs to ensure community awareness. Consolidates/gathers data to prepare charts, slides, statistics, and other management aids for use in briefings and other presentations. Screens incoming correspondence. Serves as primary timekeeper. Serves as a Contract Specialist with responsibility for procurement planning and execution activities. Develop special clauses to be used in the Invitation of Bid (IFB) and Request for Proposal (RFP). Recommends the method of procurement and type of contract, i.e., Single and/or Multiple year periods, Firm Price Incentive Fee (FPIF), Cost plus Incentive Fee (CPIF), Cost plus Award Fee (CPAF), Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Options, etc. Perform a comparative analysis of the contractor's proposal. Participate in pre-award surveys of prospective contractors. Attends negotiations as a representative to provide advice concerning their position. Reviews negotiated contract for inclusion of all acquisition requirements. Participates in negotiations concerning the business base Perform post-award contract administration functions such as monitoring and insuring compliance with special contract clauses.

Education:

GLENDALE UNIVERSTY TWIN FALLS, ID US

Master's Degree 12/2005

GPA: 3.7 of a maximum 4.0

Credits Earned: 60 Semester hours

Major: MASTER PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Minor: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

JACKSONVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY JACKCONVILLE, AL US

Master's Degree 12/2005

GPA: 2.9

Credits Earned: 60 Semester hours

Major: MASTER PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Minor: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND ADELPHI, MD US

Bachelor's Degree 08/2000

GPA: 2.70 of a maximum 4.0

Credits Earned: 160 Semester hours

Major: PARALEGAL STUDIES Minor: POLITICAL SCIENCE

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

COMPUTER SCIENCE: WORD, WORD PERFECT, LOTUS, EX CELL, ACCESS, AND Ventura.

Language Skills:

Language Spoken Written Read

English Advanced

Affiliations:

GEORGIA COUNCIL ON AGING - ADVOCATE

COUNCIL OF COMMUNITY OMBUDSMAN - VICE CHAIRMEN

References:

BARBARA NEDD - U.S. Department of Agriculture Director 202-***-****

RANDY FROST - EAST ALABAMA PLANNING COMMISSION DIRECTOR 256-***-****

Roberta Collins - Atlanta Legal Aid Society Program Manager/Ombudsman 404-***-****

DAVID WEBSTER - LEGAL SERVICES ALABAMA Director 256-***-****



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