Objective: Become a solid and productive member of a company, applying my skill level on a daily basis in order to be beneficial to my employer
U.S. Army: Chaplain Assistant/Unit Counselor
Dates of Employment: March 2000-April 2004
Job Duties: Financial Manager over four accounts guided by the Command Religious Master Plan set on a quarterly basis, Budget Manager, Emergency Finance and Family Relations Manager, Religious and Skill Activity Manager, Critical Incident Stress Counselor, Liaison to Base Social Works Division, Crisis Intervention Counselor, Death Notification Officer, Ethic’s and Human Relations Counselor, Chapel and Office Manager at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Medical Command Reports Manager for Southeast Region Army Medical Centers, Task and Duty Manager over trainings of Alpha Company, Assistant Marriage Counselor, use of Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Green Tree Behavioral Health Center : Human Resources Manager/ Administrative Assistant
Dates of Employment: August 2005-November 2008
Job Duties: Payroll Manager, Medicaid Billing person as well as private billing, Tax Manager, patient advisor on treatment plans given by health center, Representative to State in regards to grants and additional funding for Behavioral Health Centers, Event and Group Activity Manager, Community Program Advisor to local businesses in regards for mentally challenged patients to have job opportunities, patient file updates, reports manager for all daily and weekly points used on patients to perform correct billing, mediator between state and owner of health center concerning all updates and changes
made my Medicaid, use of Quick Books, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Dates of Employment: April 2009-September 2009
Job Duties: Intakes and Assessments of new patients, Conduct, Obtain and Chart Urinary Drug Screens, Conduct daily Individual and Joint counseling sessions, write Initial and Master Treatment Plans, Write Patient Discharges, Write Individual Dose Reduction Plans, Prepare Guest Dosing Plans, Apply Policy and Procedural Protocol concerning Illicit Urinary Drug Screen Results in relationship with Individual Patient Safety and Phase Responsibility, Conduct Attrition, Updating of Statistics Log, Management of Patient Records, Weekly reports and Patient Admissions/Discharges, Knowledge of Methadone, THC, Cocaine, Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, Amphetamines; knowledge of dangerous drug interactions in relation to the mentioned drugs, credited CEU hours in Substance Abuse.
Ft. Stewart Military School: High School Diploma
US Army Chaplain Center and School: Degree in Religious Counseling
North Georgia Military College: Associates in Finance Management
Penn State University: Bachelors Finance Management
Pastor Lamar Long (770) 655-4196
Hugh and Linda Cobb (706) 273-3500
Larry Casey (706) 781-6636