Glenn A. Durham
Clinton, Maryland 20735
Home: ***/***-**** ****: 240/716-0682
To provide the highest standards of health and safety to all clients, enforce security measures, rules, policies, and procedures, be a team player and courteous to all clients, and utilize interpersonal communications skills.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Specialist From: 09/2013 to 11/2016
Vesta, Inc. 24 hours bi-weekly
9301 Annapolis Road, Suite 300 Reason: Staff Reduction
Lanham, MD 20706-3125
Provided personal care functions to clients.
Performed basic nursing care procedures for residents as required.
Created a clean, comfortable and safe environment for residents and assure that their needs are met.
Ensured that resident's food service needs are met in timely manner, as well as prepared their meals.
Maintained resident documentation records for activities of daily living, restorative programs, and resident specific forms.
Maintained and worked within established departmental, center, and corporate policies and procedures, objectives, quality improvement program, and safety, environmental and infection control standards.
Attended and participated in scheduled training, educational classes, and orientation programs to maintain certification and enhance quality of care.
Operated company passenger van to transport clients to and from the programs.
Maintained company vehicles according to company policy.
Conducted safety checks and immediately notify the center of any violations/irregularities.
Maintained mileage log on a daily basis indicating time left, destination, and time returned and total mileage.
Performed other related activities as assigned or requested.
Mental Health Psychiatric Technician From: 06/09 to 11/2011
Anne Arundel Medical Center 36 hours per week
2001 Medical Parkway Reason: Staff Reduction
Annapolis, MD 21401
Provided personal and asset protection for employees, patients and visitors in the Emergency Department in a safe and secured environment
Provided assistance to ED nursing staff and psychiatric clinicians in the administrative processing and monitoring of patients on emergency petition or behavior issues
Maintained patients, visitors, staff and asset safety and security, utilizing hazard surveillance rounds, cctv, and audio monitoring per established standards while performing ED security rounds, checking all entrances and exits, bathrooms, and common areas at routine intervals
Set limits on patients behavior under the direction of a supervisor and mental health clinician and intervene to decrease the inappropriate behavior by consistently enforcing all rules at all times
Controlled telephone usage and assists with searches for contraband
Accurately maintain all required logs and any other data
Assisted the public in a polite and courteous manner
Provided prompt and professional assistance to patients, families, visitors, law enforcement and EMS crews
Identified issues and opportunities, collected appropriate information, effectively processed information and made timely and effective decisions to improve outcomes
Received and effectively processed information through appropriate listening and communication skills
Forensic Psychiatric Technician From: 02/00 to 12/07
DC Department of Mental Health, St. Elizabeth 40 hours per week
2700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, SE Reason: Resigned
Washington, DC 20032
Provided maximum security and safety for forensic patients inside and outside the mental facility
Worked closely with the Treatment Team to provide patient care
Scheduled medical appointments
Handled flow of medical record and release of information, as needed
Entered labs results into ADR Star system
Recorded nursing notes in the forensic patients chart
Searched for contraband
Counseled one-on-one and responds to patients with urgent care
Inspected facilities to identify security breaches that could lead to the escape of forensic patients
Performed basic nursing procedures such as taking and charting temperature, pulse, and blood pressure
Filled out incident reports
Administered first aid as needed
Assisted in daily activities such as maintain a well-groomed appearance, kept forensic areas clean, and followed safe work practices
Applied mental health principles in all relationships
Performed other related duties as directed
Senior Correctional Officer, DC Department of Corrections From: 09/86 to 02/00
D.C Department of Correction (Duty Station - Lorton, VA) 40 hours per week
1923 Vermont Avenue, NW. Reason: Separation/
Washington, DC 20001 Transferred
Worked as Officer-in-Charge with another officer in the dormitory, among the 65 to 200 inmates institutionalized Enforced regulations primarily through the interpersonal communication skills and by progressive sanctions, such as the removal of some privileges.
Maintained order within the institution, enforced rules and regulations
Helped ensure that inmates are orderly and obey rules
Monitored the activities and supervised the work assignments of inmates
Searched inmates and their living quarters for contraband like weapons or drugs
Settled disputes between inmates, and enforced discipline
Periodically inspected the facilities, checked cells and other areas of the institution for unsanitary conditions, contraband, fire hazards, and any evidence of infractions of rules
Routinely inspected locks, windows bars, doors, and gates for signs of tampering
Inspected mail and visitors for prohibited items
Reported orally and in writing on inmate conduct and the quality and quantity of work done by inmates
Reported security breaches, disturbances, violations of rules, and any unusual occurrences
Kept a daily log of inmates activities
Helped the responsible law enforcement authorities investigate crimes committed with the institution
Searched for escaped inmates
Worked armed and unarmed, equipped with communications devices to summon help, if necessary
Restrained inmates in handcuffs and leg irons to safely escort them to and from cells and other areas to see authorized visitors, and escorted inmates between the institution, courtrooms, medical facilities, and other destinations outside the institution.
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA/GNA) Program – License# A00137644
CPR/AED – May 2017
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training – June 2009
Conflict Management – 2003
Performance Indicators, Performance Measurement and Outcomes: How to Implement a System of
Accountability – 2003
COMPUTER SKILLS Typing 40 wpm
Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook
Other: Adobe Acrobat Reader, Word Perfect
Corporate Applications: ADR Star System
Prince George’s Community College
301 Largo Road
Largo, MD 20772-2199
Concentration: Paralegal Studies
Piscataway Riding Stable and Horse Farm, Inc.
10775 Piscataway Road
Clinton, MD 20735