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Program Coordinator/Assistant Director

Location:
Dudley, Massachusetts, United States
Salary:
MIN.65.000
Posted:
October 06, 2016

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To provide excellent service and to perform my duties above and beyond expectation.

Accomplishments

Experience

Program Coordinator /Assistant Program Director

Community Healthlink

Objective

Highlights

EDYTA DZIOBAK

H: 1-508-***-**** acwx4x@r.postjobfree.com

Bi- Lingual Effective leader

Hard worker Dedicated to learning and improving

Excellent work ethic Strong planning, organizing and problem

Culturally and Linguistically Sensitive solving skills

MAP /Medication Administration Program* CPR/FA *CPI * Fire Safety *Certified Application

Counselor * Preventing Targeted Violence Suicide Assessment & Intervention * De-Escalation*

Human Rights* Milestones of Recovery* Integrate Primary Behavioral Health Care* Case to Care

Management* Engagement Skills and Building a Rapport with "Hard to Reach Clients"* Behavioral

Threat Assessment* Working with LGBTQ Clients.

Jan 2013 to Current

HISLE Program/ High Intensity Living Environment / Oversee the operation of the CBFS HISLE

Program, consistent with the administrative, programmatic and clinical policies of Community

Healthlink and its Residential Division.

Performs duties using recovery oriented principles.

Ability to hire, train, supervise and evaluates program staff and ensures required competencies

are maintained.

Oversight of clinical operation including behavioral and rehabilitative treatment planning for

mental health and substance abuse.

Demonstrate effective communication with consumers, staff, peers, and other professionals.

Operate program in an efficient manner ensuring compliance with BSAS, DPH, HUD, DMH and

MAP regulatory requirements.

Demonstrate person centered strength based communication and relationship with consumers.

Budget Oversight: Ensure operational budget for the program is reconciled. HISLE budget $1300000

Supervision and Training: Orient and train new staff, as designated, to

daily operations of the program and Division procedures.

Ensure new staff are oriented and trained as required by CHL.

Provide ongoing supervision to program staff.

Referrals: Facilitate the transition for referrals, admissions and discharges.

Strive to maintain maximum capacity.

Program Management: Plan, implement and continuously evaluate rehabilitative and support

services through assessments, treatment planning to meet individualized needs, and development

of a peer support group.

Personnel: Take personnel action in regard to hiring and disciplinary procedures.

On-Call: Participate in on-call through the emergency beeper system.

Liaison: Serve as liaison among other departments and with other agencies in order to facilitate a

continuum of care.

Facilities: Identify problem areas and coordinate work for upkeep of site.

Insure day-to-day upkeep of residence and workplace.

Work with consumers and staff to maintain the residence on a daily basis including chores,

bedroom upkeep, yard and other housekeeping duties.

Census: Ensure accuracy and timeliness of consumer calendar, admission and discharge forms.

Special billing, and/or Service Activity Logs.

Quality Management: Provide oversight of the CBFS HISLE Program.

Act as Program Director during her/his absence.

Senior Assistant Coordinator Assistant Coordinator Jan 2013 to Jan 2015

Community Healthlink Worcester, MA

Oversee the operation of the Respite Beds Program/ CSU, consistent with the administrative,

programmatic and clinical policies of Community Healthlink and its Residential Division.

Performs duties using recovery oriented principles.

Ability to hire, train, supervise and evaluates program staff and ensures required competencies

are maintained.

Oversight of clinical operation including behavioral and rehabilitative treatment planning for

mental health and substance abuse.

Demonstrate effective communication with consumers, staff, peers, and other professionals.

Operate program in an efficient manner ensuring compliance with BSAS, DPH, HUD, DMH and

MAP regulatory requirements.

Demonstrate person centered strength based communication and relationship with consumers.

Jan 2011 to Current

C.A.S.A Worcester County

Court Appointed Special Advocate for Children Volunteer Work Evaluated signs of possible child

abuse cases, involving the interview of family members, friends of family, and the children

themselves.

Utilized pointed questions, and child psychology & proper communication, with children draw out

sensitive topics.

Utilized taught skills to identify classic behavioral signs that could indicate abuse; and to assess,

and look for trends, not only teenagers; but, pre-teens, toddlers, and even babies.

Communicated with various people from many ethnic backgrounds, and various levels of

educations, including public speaking; in a courtroom.

As a volunteer, court appointed, special advocate for children, I am appointed by a judge to

investigate a particular "case"; I have had to utilize both special training, and personal

communication skills to discuss sensitive situation with families.

This job involves looking for particular behavior signs that may indicate abuse; be it, verbal or

physical; often times using pointed questions for family and children to draw out truths.

Communication and documentation are immensely important in this job, because the outcome of

my investigation could have a negative or positive effect on the entire family structure; and my

main goal is to protect children that are afraid to speak up, or are unable to advocate for

themselves.

Then I need to communicate my findings in a courthouse before a Judge.

Developmental Service Worker Jan 2011 to Jan 2013

Commonwealth of MA Central Residential Services Charlton, MA

Teacher / Vice-Principal Jan 2005 to Current

St. Mary's Polish Language School Worcester, MA

Owner Jan 2004 to Jan 2010

Orange Cleaning Service Dudley, MA

Receptionist Jan 2003 to Jan 2004

Navigator Financial Services Southbridge, MA

Personal Assistant Jan 2001 to Jan 2002

University of Osnabruck Germany

Managed all facets of office procedures.

Managed the professor's personal & business calendar.

Accounts payable/receivable Customer liaison.

I worked independently to assist Professor Ausnick with his schedule; both personal and business,

scheduled his outgoing lectures around his daily university courses.

I balanced his finances; both incoming and outgoing, and was in charge of paying and receiving

monies due to Professor Ausnick.

I learned how to state my ideas and thoughts, to make things easier in the office, my thoughts

and ideas were well received by the professor; however I did learn how to follow explicit

directions and carry out duties exactly as spoken.

I became a better note taker, and learned to do things to the Professors liking.

Manager Jan 1999 to Jan 2001

Hotel Zbyszko Poland

Managed a 150 bed hotel.

Managed personal, promotions, and projects.

Scheduled and managed conferences.

As a hotel manager I was responsible for supervising my co-workers, and making sure the hotel

was cleaned and suitable according to the owners' specifications.

I scheduled promotions to bring in new customers; and marketed the hotel to encourage

conferences and speakers to feel our hotel was a suitable place to give their lectures.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Marketing and Management June 2001

Catholic Private College Poland

High School Diploma

High School Poland

References

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