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Social Work

Location:
Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States
Posted:
May 13, 2019

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Stacey M. Mack MSW, LMSW

**** ****** ****** ********* ** 48197

734-***-**** or 734-***-**** ac9dea@r.postjobfree.com or ac9dea@r.postjobfree.com

Objective

To obtain a position in the field of social work where college education and several years of human service experience are valued.

Experience

Ann Arbor Public School

Bryant Elementary School- Lakewood Elementary School-Non Public Schools- Pathway High School

School Social Worker (September 2010 – April 2019)

Develop individualized programs for each Student according to needs

incorporate families into treatment plan

facilitate groups

maintain case records on each student

interacting with other agencies on behalf of the student

Provides or secures protective services for endangered children

Presents assessment and service plans as part of a Student support team

Visits students in their home, foster home, or residential placement

Br yant Elementary School

Lunchroom Teacher Supervisor(September 2011 –June 2013)

Managed between 8-10 employees

Coach, motivate, train and effectively management to ensure a positive behavioral interventions and support (PBIS) with in the lunchroom environment.

Collaborate with lunchroom coordinator for scheduling and appropriate solving problems

Ensure that staff is monitoring students in lunchroom and recess

Assist staff in providing safe and nurturing lunchroom environment

Hold employees accountable for completing all tasks

Student Intervention And Support Services

ESY Administer (April 2011 – July 2012)

Preparatory work with ESY staff

Develop communication materials for parents, district staff/administrators and Summer School employees (April and May)

Coordination of student enrollment processes and respond to parent inquiries

Coordinate hiring of staff, develop class lists, compile pre, post achievement data

Establish and coordinate professional development sequence prior to actual

Summer School program and participate in parent orientation

Manage all budgetary & accounting responsibilities and maintain a budget spreadsheet and monitor expenditures

Order all necessary supplies

Close out all Summer School purchase orders and personnel action forms at the conclusion of the program

Coordinate all aspects of transportation, including bus routing

Supervise and evaluate Summer School staff with input from SISS administrator and coordinators

Monitor attendance, budget expenditures, program implementation and required developmental activities

Supervise lead-teacher if position available

Assign staff to appropriate teaching stations

Monitor student behavior consistent with Rights and Responsibilities guidelines for elementary students

Behavioral Specialist (August 2004 – June 2010)

To consult with teams to develop individualized programs for each Student according to needs

Provide support and direction to the staff in developing and implementing functional behavior assessment and behavior plan

Implements new training techniques

Provide support and direction to the classroom staff in structural of classroom

Conducting research and analysis

Develop special reference materials and training program content in coordination with program staff for various training needs

Participate in direct operations including monitoring classroom and student behavior

incorporate families into treatment plan

facilitate crisis intervention

maintain case records on each student

interacting with other agencies on behalf of the teams

Provides or secures protective services for endangered children

Presents assessment and service plans at as part of a Student support team

Visits Students in their home, foster home, or residential placement

Student Achievement Team

District Hearing Officer (September 2005 – June 2010)

Review Code of Conduct

Notify the student and his/her parent/guardian, both orally and in writing

Facilitate hearing panel possible decisions

Serve as a liason between the Hearings and superintendent

report the finding of the hearing to the board of education

Pioneer High School

School Social Worker (August 2003 – August 2004)

Develop individualized programs for each Student according to needs

incorporate families into treatment plan

facilitate crisis intervention

maintain case records on each student

interacting with other agencies on behalf of the student

Provides or secures protective services for endangered children

Presents assessment and service plans as part of a Student support team

Visits students in their home, foster home, or residential placement

Intentional Counseling Services - POWER Inc. - Henry Ford Health Center- Behavioral Health Contingent

Counseling/Therapist(2008 – Present)

knowledge and experiences from the State of Michigan Child welfare

Knowledge and experiences Huron Service For Youth Residential Programs

In-Home Counseling

clinical experience working with individuals, families and groups

Employee Assistance Program

Critical Incident Stress Debriefing services

Motivational Interviewing

Solutions Focused Practice

Strengths Based Practice

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Areas concentration: children, adolescents and adult young population, assisting them through many life challenges such as dating violence, teen pregnancy, independence living skills depression, anxiety, adjustment and self-esteem

Areas of Practice: Abuse/Neglect, Adjustment Problems, Adult Child Of Substance Abuse, Anger Problems, Anxiety, Attachment Disorders, Behavior Problems, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Co-Dependency, Depression, Divorce Issues, Family Dysfunction, Grief/Loss Issues, Lifestyle Changes, Parenting Issues, Personality Disorders, Phobias, Relationship/Marital Problems, Stress: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Adjustment Problems, Behavior Problems, Child Abuse, Family Changes, Family Dysfunction, Grief/Loss Issues, Parenting Issues, Relationship/Marital Problems, School Problems, Women's Issues, Domestic Violence Issues, Issues of Diversity and Ethnicity, Teen Related Issues, Self-Esteem and Life Skills

Caring for Elder patients in their homes provides that stretches beyond the normal confines of a health care

build relationships with patients and families while providing one to one patient health care

University of Michigan

School of Social Work

Field Instructor (May 2012 – April 2019)

Create Integrative Learning environment

Provide orientation to school social work for Master’s Level social work interns

Developed proficiency knowledge of Social work Professional competencies and competency and corresponding Professional practice behaviors

Support Master’s Level social work interns in School Social Work education via consultation, Support, and supervision

Ypsilanti Public School

East Middle School

School Social Worker (September 2001 – August 2003)

Develop individualized programs for each Student according to needs

incorporate families into treatment plan

facilitate crisis intervention

maintain case records on each student

interacting with other agencies on behalf of the student

Provides or secures protective services for endangered children

Presents assessment and service plans as part of a Student support team

Visits students in their home, foster home, or residential placement

State of Michigan family independence agency

CS – Washtenaw Co.

Children Service (February 2000 – September 2001)

Interacting with other agencies on the behalf of family and child(ren)

Develop individualized programs for each client according to their needs

incorporate families into treatment plans

facilitate crisis intervention with client(s) and placement agencies

maintain case records on each family

Provide or secure protective service for endangered children

Presents assessment and service plans at pre-dispositional and dispositional hearings

Visits abused or neglected wards in their home, foster home, or residential placement

Licensing Foster Homes and maintaining case files

CFS - North Central

Social Services Specialist (July 1998 – February 2000)

Develop individualized programs for each client according to needs

incorporate families into treatment plan

facilitate crisis intervention

maintain case records on each family

interacting with other agencies on behalf of the client

Provides or secures protective services for endangered children

Presents assessment and service plans at pre-dispositional and dispositional hearing

Visits abused or neglected wards in their home, foster home, or residential placement

Domestics Violence SAFE House

Non-residential counselor /advocate (may 1996 - September 1998)

Develop individualized programs for each client according to their needs

incorporate families into treatment plan s

facilitate crisis intervention groups

maintain case records on each family

interacting with other agencies on behalf of clients

non-residential counseling

facilitation of a support group

Washtenaw county mental health and public health service

EPSDt outreach worker ( may 1996 - September 1996)

as a team member, developed and maintained an outreach effort

contacted people and encouraged participation in the Medicaid program

Maintained case records

Clerical typist ii (June 1995 - may 1996)

provided clerical support for a large staff of psychiatrists, social workers, and nurses

Responsible for 12 phone lines

Scheduled appointments for staff and customers

Washtenaw community college

Clerical support level I (may 1994 - June 1995)

processed applications received from new students and provided information and assistance to students, staff, and faculty.

Huron services for youth

Teacher aide and transporter (October 1993 - may 1994)

worked with the teacher to provide educational and behavioral support

transported emotionally impaired adolescents to school on a daily basis

Assistant treatment team manager (June 1991 - may 1994)

organized and instructed team members for youth counselor

managed and supervised staff team to ensure development of the behavioral modification systems.

Budgeted the household fund.

Youth care worker (November 1990 - June 1991)

responsible for the development of adolescents with emotional impairments, delinquency histories and physical and sexual abuse.

Taught social skills, education, recreation, nutrition, medication and daily independent living skills.

Student parent center - case manager (April 1988 - April 1991)

helped young parents plan educational and career directions with the potential to obtain well-paying, appropriate employment.

Education

Ashland Theological Seminary

Clinical Pastoral Counseling

Wayne State University

Master In Social Work

Graduation- May, 2001

Eastern Michigan University

Bachelors In Social Work,

Graduation- April,1998

Washtenaw Community College

Associates In General Studies - Health/Public Services,

Graduation: May,1995

Activities

Association of Black Social Workers EMU student chapter -

President

Ypsilanti Huron Braves junior football - Parent Coordinator

Ypsilanti Huron Braves junior football - Unit Director

Pattengill Elementary School - pto counncil

Domestic Violence Project /safe house- public speaking

Christian Love Fellowship - teenmother support group facilitator

Push The Positive/North Central -CFS - Co-Chair

POWER Inc. – individual, family therapy, and facilitated support group

Genesis Christian Academy – Board Member – Personnel Committee

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