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Staff Assistant

Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Salary:
17.00hr
Posted:
October 27, 2016

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Clifton L. Taylor

**** ****** *****, ******** *******, MD 20747

240-***-****

acw9vw@r.postjobfree.com

O B J E C T I V E S

•To provide education and experiences that help students frame and develop their leadership philosophies.

•To acquaint students with issues, needs, resources and other factors that influence our community's future.

•To provide insights into the workings of local business, education, government, non-profit and other entities.

•To inspire students to become ambassadors of community leadership among their peers.

•To create a strong and diverse base of future leaders for the community.

E D U C A T I O N

Dunbar Hi gh Schoo l

1984

University of Marin

1984-1986

E X P E R I E N C E

December 2015 – Present

Assistant Dean of 7th Graders

Howard University Middle School

405 Howard Place, NW

Washington, DC 20059

Responsible for serving as a liaison for students and staff. Responds to students' needs daily and maintained the time and attendance of students. Ensures that students adhered to the dress code and policy Clifton L. Taylor

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and procedures of the school. For security and safety purposes I monitor hallways. Schedules conferences with parents when necessary. Monitor students’ grades. Oversees students during arrival and departure of the premises utilizing bus stop safely. Assists with monitoring the lunch room during students’ lunch breaks. Counsel’s students when they have behavior problems by helping them redirect challenging issues, personal crises, and emergency situations. Escorting students to class. June 2013 – Present

Title: Athletic Director

Marlow Heights Hurricanes

Mentor the youths on a daily basis using the sport of football to redirect certain behavioral issues. Facilitated one on one, as well as group sessions with the youths on the fundamentals of football as well as basketball, continuously helping the youths with whatever challenges in life they may encounter. Oversees finances for the Club. Monitor the youths for proper equipment for a productive year. I have been coaching with the youth boys and girls club for a period of six years. I also mentor the youths in any situation or problem that arises some of these kids make sports their outlet and that’s where we sometimes have to step in.

December 1997 – July 2015

Title: Shift Commander

Cheltenham Youth Facility

Depart of Juvenile Services

11001 Frank Tippett Road

Cheltenham, MD 20623

Mentored the youths on a daily basis within the facility, recreation areas and offsite while in custody. Oversaw the daily routine on grounds, making sure that all policies and procedures were followed by staff. Made rounds throughout the day checking units. Monitored and accessed timely submission of incident reports. Administered orientations to new staff members. Monitored youth residents insuring proper uniform. Also took daily routine counts throughout the day. Spoke with parents regarding their resident when necessary pertaining the progress. Made sure resident were transported to outside facility appointment on time, such as therapy and court hearings. Attended IEP meetings throughout the day. I have coached basketball with the residents at Chetheam. Mentored the residents, providing them information on how to apply and interview for employment, the proper way to dress, the importance of good hygiene and especially facilitated workshops about completing education, maintain a satisfactory GPA, and the submission back to society.

February 1993 – December 1997

Greater Southeast Community Hospital

1310 Southern Ave Se

Washington, DC 20032

Housekeeping: Cleaned, mopped and sterilized all the areas in a hospital, including the waiting, operating and diagnostic rooms. Upon the transport or discharge of a patient I disinfected the rooms with specialized cleaning agents to prevent the spread of germs. Clifton L. Taylor

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Patient Transporter: Transported patients by assisting patients in and out of taxis, ambulances, cars, and helicopters; lifting patients on and off beds; moving them to and from special service and treatment areas, and operating rooms; using wheelchairs or moveable beds.



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