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Fort Lauderdale, FL
Posted:
September 20, 2018

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John Molloy

PO Box ******

Miami Springs, Florida, 33266

786-***-****

ac64as@r.postjobfree.com

WORK EXPERIENCE

BROWARD TRANSITIONAL CENTER, Pompano Beach, FL

Detention Officer/Transport Officer, Apr 2009 – Present

Conduct head counts to ensure that each detainee is present.

Monitor conduct of detainees in housing unit, or during work or recreational activities, according to established policies, regulations, and procedures, to prevent escape or violence.

Inspect conditions of locks, window bars, grills, doors, and gates at correctional facilities to ensure security and help prevent escapes.

Record information, such as detainee identification, charges, and incidences of detainee disturbance, and keep daily logs of detainee activities.

Search detainees, conduct shakedown of cells for hard contraband, such as weapons or drugs.

Safeguard staff, visitors, and premises against all unlawful activities.

Maintain records of detainees' identification and charges.

Process or book federal immigration detainees into detention facility.

Settle disputes between housed detainees.

Conduct fire, safety, and sanitation inspections.

Provide to supervisors oral and written reports of the quality and quantity of work performed by detainees, detainee disturbances, rule violations, and unusual occurrences.

Participate in required job training.

Take detainees into custody and escort to locations within and outside of facility, such as visiting room, medical appointments, courtroom, or airport.

Serve meals, distribute commissary items, and monitoring dispensed prescribed medication to detainees.

Counsel detainees and respond to legitimate questions, concerns, and requests.

Utilize multi-lingual capabilities.

Use nondisciplinary tools and equipment such as a computer.

Assign duties to detainees, providing instructions as needed.

Investigate crimes that have occurred within an institution, or assist police in their investigations of crimes and detainees.

Issue clothing, tools, and other authorized items to the detainees

Arrange daily schedules for detainees including library visits, work assignments, family visits, and counseling appointments.

Use handcuffs, and physical force to maintain discipline and order among detainees.

FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS - COLEMAN UNITED STATES PENITENTIARY II, Coleman, FL

Correction Officer, Mar 2008 – Oct 2008

Conduct head counts to ensure that each prisoner is present.

Monitor conduct of prisoners in housing unit, or during work or recreational activities, according to established policies, regulations, and procedures, to prevent escape or violence.

Inspect conditions of locks, window bars, grills, doors, and gates at correctional facilities to ensure security and help prevent escapes.

Record information, such as prisoner identification, charges, and incidences of inmate disturbance, and keep daily logs of prisoner activities.

Search prisoners and vehicles and conduct shakedowns of cells for valuables and contraband, such as weapons or drugs.

Use weapons, handcuffs, and physical force to maintain discipline and order among prisoners.

Inspect mail for the presence of contraband.

Guard facility entrances to screen visitors.

Maintain records of prisoners' identification and charges.

Process or book convicted individuals into prison.

Settle disputes between inmates.

Conduct fire, safety, and sanitation inspections.

Provide to supervisors oral and written reports of the quality and quantity of work performed by inmates, inmate disturbances and rule violations, and unusual occurrences.

Participate in required job training.

Serve meals, distribute commissary items, and dispense prescribed medication to prisoners.

Counsel inmates and respond to legitimate questions, concerns, and requests.

Use nondisciplinary tools and equipment such as a computer.

Assign duties to inmates, providing instructions as needed.

Investigate crimes that have occurred within an institution, or assist police in their investigations of crimes and inmates.

Issue clothing, tools, and other authorized items to inmates.

Search for and recapture escapees.

Work alongside all levels of management.

KROME SERVICE PROCESSING CENTER, Miami, FL

Detention and Property Officer, Oct 2005 – Mar 2008

Conduct head counts to ensure that each detainee is present.

Monitor conduct of detainees in housing unit, or during work or recreational activities, according to established policies, regulations, and procedures, to prevent escape or violence.

Inspect conditions of locks, window bars, grills, doors, and gates at federal immigration detention facility to ensure security and help prevent escapes.

Record information, such as detainee identification, charges, and incidences of detainee disturbance, and keep daily logs of detainee activities.

Search detainees and vehicles and conduct shakedowns of cells for valuables and contraband, such as weapons or drugs.

Inspect mail for the presence of contraband.

Guard facility entrances to screen visitors.

Maintain records of detainees' identification and charges.

Process or book convicted individuals into federal immigration detention facility.

Settle disputes between detainees.

Conduct fire, safety, and sanitation inspections.

Provide to supervisors oral and written reports of the quality and quantity of work performed by detainees, detainee disturbances, rule violations, and unusual occurrences.

Participate in required job training.

Serve meals, distribute commissary items, and monitor dispensed prescription medication by medical staff to detainees.

Counsel detainees and respond to legitimate questions, concerns, and requests.

Use nondisciplinary tools and equipment such as a computer.

Assign duties to detainees, providing instructions as needed.

Investigate crimes that have occurred within an institution, or assist police in their investigations of crimes and detainees.

Issue clothing, tools, and other authorized items to detainees.

Arrange daily schedules for detainees including library visits, work assignments, family visits, and counseling appointments.

Search for and recapture escapees.

Supervise and coordinate work of other detention service staff.

Sponsor detainee recreational activities such as newspapers and self-help groups.

On the job facility detention trainer for new detention officers and staff.

Use handcuffs, and physical force to maintain discipline and order among detainees.

Detention and Mail Room Officer, Jul 2001 – Nov 2004

Seal or open envelopes, by hand or by using machines.

Affix postage to packages or letters by hand, or stamp materials, using postage meters.

Verify that items are addressed correctly, marked with the proper postage, and in suitable condition for processing.

Place incoming or outgoing letters or packages into sacks or bins based on destination or type, and place identifying tags on sacks or bins.

Clear jams in sortation equipment.

Sort and route incoming mail, and collect outgoing mail, using carts as necessary.

Weigh packages or letters to determine postage needed, using weighing scales and rate charts.

Determine manner in which mail is to be sent, and prepare it for delivery to mailing facilities.

Lift and unload containers of mail or parcels onto equipment for transportation to sortation stations.

Fold letters or circulars and insert them in envelopes.

Add ink, fill paste reservoirs, and change machine ribbons when necessary.

Start machines that automatically feed plates, stencils, or tapes through mechanisms, and observe machine operations in order to detect any malfunctions.

Read production orders to determine types and sizes of items scheduled for printing and mailing.

Inspect mail machine output for defects; determine how to eliminate causes of any defects.

Remove containers of sorted mail/parcels, and transfer them to designated areas according to established procedures.

Contact delivery or courier services to arrange delivery of letters and parcels.

Stamp dates and times of receipt of incoming mail.

Accept and check containers of mail or parcels from large volume mailers, couriers, and contractors.

Release packages or letters to housed detainees upon presentation of written notices or other identification.

Answer inquiries regarding shipping or mailing policies.

Conduct head counts to ensure that each detainee is present.

Monitor conduct of detainees in housing unit, or during work or recreational activities, according to established policies, regulations, and procedures, to prevent escape or violence.

Inspect conditions of locks, window bars, grills, doors, and gates at detention facility to ensure security and help prevent escapes.

Record information, such as prisoner identification, charges, and incidences of detainee disturbance, and keep daily logs of detainee activities.

Search detainees and vehicles and conduct shakedowns of cells for valuables and contraband, such as weapons or drugs.

Inspect mail for the presence of contraband.

Guard facility entrances to screen visitors.

Maintain records of detainees' identification and charges.

Process or book detainees into into federal immigration detention center.

Settle disputes between detainees.

Conduct fire, safety, and sanitation inspections.

Provide to supervisors oral and written reports of the quality and quantity of work performed by detainees, detainee disturbances and rule violations, and unusual occurrences.

Participate in required job training.

Serve meals, distribute commissary items, and monitor dispensed prescribed medication by medical staff to detainees.

Counsel detainees and respond to legitimate questions, concerns, and requests.

Use nondisciplinary tools and equipment such as a computer.

Assign duties to detainees, providing instructions as needed.

Investigate crimes that have occurred within an institution, or assist police in their investigations of crimes and detainees.

Issue clothing, tools, and other authorized items to detainees.

Arrange daily schedules for prisoners including library visits, work assignments, family visits, and counseling appointments.

Search for and recapture escapees.

Sponsor detainee recreational activities such as newspapers and self-help groups.

Use handcuffs, and physical force to maintain discipline and order among detainees.

CIELOS CAFE BAR & GRILL, Miami, FL

President, Nov 2004 – May 2005

Accomplishes staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards.

Overseeing all of the restaurant's operations, which includes hiring and firing staff, purchasing food, supplies and equipment, and dealing with suppliers and vendors.

Maintaining equipment, adhering to health and safety precautions, making sure the kitchen and dining areas are cleaned according to certain standards, keeping records of these practices for health inspectors, and solving employee or customer problems.

Planning and balancing the budget, checking that everything is in order and that the accounts balance.

SOUTH FLORIDA, NATIONAL, AND UNITED STATES BLOOD BANKS, Miami, FL

Marketing Director/Area Manager, Jan 1999 – Jun 2001

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, government entities, identified companies, structured groups, educational facilities,and media representatives and use these relationships to develop new business opportunities.

Write interesting and effective press releases, prepare information for media kits.

Identify main client groups and audiences, determine the best way to communicate publicity information to them, and develop and implement a communication plan.

Assign, supervise and review the activities of public relations staff and/or recruiting personnel.

Develop and maintain the company's corporate image and identity, which includes the use of logos and signage.

Respond to requests for information about employers' activities or status.

Direct activities of external agencies, establishments and departments that develop and implement communication strategies and information programs.

Draft speeches for company staff, and arrange interviews and other forms of contact for them.

Evaluate advertising and promotion programs for compatibility with public relations efforts.

Manage special events such as sponsorship of races, parties introducing new products, or other activities the firm supports to gain public attention through the media without advertising directly.

Facilitate consumer relations, or the relationship between parts of the company such as the managers and employees, or different branch offices.

Formulate policies and procedures related to public information programs, working with public relations executives.

Establish goals for soliciting funds, develop policies for collection and safeguarding of contributions, and coordinate disbursement of funds.

Observe and report on social, economic and political trends that might affect employers.

Maintain company archives.

Manage in-house communication courses.

Train Area Managers for structured and non-structured blood drives

Assist with donor service education protocols

Work alongside managerial and medical staff to accomplish monthly and yearly blood donation goals.

Account development, blood drive scheduling, review of trip sheets, and statistical reports.

Evaluate recruiter budgets for assigned areas.

Assist with human resource matters.

EDUCATION

Miami Senior High, Miami, FL

High School Diploma, Jan 1990

Miami Dade College, North Campus, FL

Completed coursework towards Criminology/Political Science, Feb 1990

TRAINING & ACCOMPLISHMENTS

OPM & ACB Clearance for U.S. Dept. of Justice/Homeland Security (Detention Officer); OPM for Customs & Border Protection (Border Patrol); Suitability Clearance for U.S. Dept. of Justice (Federal Bureau of Prisons).

Ran for City of Hialeah Coucilman seat in November 2015. Endorsed by the Miami Herald as being the most qualified candidate for the position.

Missionaries of Charity volunteer to feed the less fortunate.

Certificate of Completion at Broward Transitional Center, "Distrurbance Control Team Member" Firearms Training, and Chemical Agent Training.

U.S. Border Patrol Training at Charleston, SC.

Certificate from the National Fire Academy on Emergency Response to Terrorism.

Plank Member of the first Transport Officer Team 7-2009 at Broward Transitional Center

Detention Officer Training and Refresher Training 2001-2017.

7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Publix Management Seminar

Bureau of Prisons Corrections Academy-BOP837, Completed May 2008 at Glynco, GA

State of Florida Notary Public.

State of Florida D and G Licenses, Security Training.

State of Florida Security Officer Instructor, Full Curriculum-License #DI2700029

Fluent in English and Spanish

AED/CPR Pro Training at Krome Detention Center.

Twin Systems First Responders Management Awareness Program.

Broward Transitional Center Officer of the Month Award, July 2012, October 2014, and July 2016.

ICE Virtual University/Homeland Security Certificate of Training: A Culture of Privacy Awareness; Computer Security Awareness; ICE Computer Security Awareness Training; Classified Information Training for ICE Clearance Holders; Operations Security Basic; EARM V3.0 Post Assessment; Information Assurance Awareness; Privacy Training for SharePoint Collaboration Site Users;

Expandable Baton User Certification.

Concealed Weapons License

Various letters of appreciation from Deputy Officer in Charge at Krome Service Processing Center.

CDL Class B Florida Drivers License

City of Hialeah Code Enforcement Board Member.

Miami-Dade Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Board Member.

Red Cross Donor Services Volunteer.

City of Hialeah Fire Marshal Certificate of Service and Dedication to the Community on the Code Enforcement Board.

Plaque of Appreciation from the American Red Cross for Community and Hospital Recognition.

Member of Hialeah Pan American Lions Club.

Member of Hialeah Flamingo Kiwanis Club.

Volunteer Coordinator for the One Mile Long Heart Event which included the Boys Scouts, Boys Club, Girls Scouts, Aspire Club and Other Local Elementary Schools.

Volunteer for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.

Visiting Locker Room Attendant during Spring Training for the Baltimore Orioles 1986-1990.

Little League Baseball Coach for Tony Taylor and Florida Lions Baseball Academy.

AFSCME in the pubic service member

Perfect Attendance Certificate - Krome Detention Center.

Defensive Tactics Training Certificate.

Certificate of Appreciation for successfully helping the Youth of Hialeah issued by Mayor.

Presentation of Award of Merit by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah for his services to the Code Enforcement Board.



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