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Shelly B. - Caledonia Nanny

Shelly B. Nanny in Caledonia, OH 43314. Looking for full-time work as a nanny.

Caledonia, OH

  • Age 39
  • 10 years paid experience
  • Female

Last signed in: More than 6 months

Preferred Rate $20-$25 per hour

Shelly’s Bio

Shelly Brown
6046 Marion Mt. Gilead Road , Caledonia, Ohio 43314   740-361-6773
Objective
To use my knowledge of human behavior and community dynamics to help those in need.
Employmen t
DIRECTOR OF INTAKE (YEARS EMPLOYED 6/27/07-7/27/08)
DIRECTOR OF INTAKE/RISK MANAGEMENT (7/27/08-PRESENT)
Foundations For Living  Mansfield,Ohio
Responsible for the intake/admission department for an 84 bed residential facility for males and females ages 12-18 who are in need of mental health treatment.  Receiving and assessing referrals are done daily as well as contact with referral sources.  Reports are required for the corporate office as well as in house quality care and control.  Position requires performing admissions and mental status exams on each child as well as keeping all policies, procedures and outgoing/in-house intake forms current with ODJFS and CARF standards.   Perform new-hire orientation training for the Service Excellence/Risk Management program one time per month.  Beginning7/27/08, I became responsible for the Risk Management of the facility.  This covers any and all physical building risks, facility wide risks, such as litigation and resident risks in regards to safety and staff.  This position does currently supervise other staff and is part of the Senior Management Team of the facility.
SOCIAL SERVICES WORKER III (YEARS EMPLOYED10/23/06TO04/19/2007)
Delaware County Department of Job & Family Services  Delaware,Ohio
Responsible for a caseload of children and families who have suffered some type of child abuse and/or neglect. Monthly home visits, progress reports, family risk assessments, case plans and semi-annual reviews were completed on each family and are required paperwork by the State ofOhio. Position required court appearances for families that were involved in the court system. Participation in an after-hours emergency service was mandated by the agency.
SOCIAL SERVICES SUPERVISOR (YEARS EMPLOYED 8/2004 to10/23/06)
Delaware County Department of Job & Family Services  Delaware,Ohio 
Supervise a unit of 5 social workers. Provides technical assistance to staff in child welfare, assign cases and other projects, resolve problems in personnel situations, handles client complaints.
BUSINESS ANALYST (YEARS EMPLOYED 9/2003 TO 8/2004)
Ohio Department of Job and Family ServicesColumbus,Ohio
Provide technical program assistance to public and private social service agencies engaged in implementing FAPT, FACSIS, SIS and SACWIS. Provides user help desk coverage. Assists in developing program manuals and marketing materials for county use. Test software. Develops and conducts trainings for public and private child welfare agencies.
PLACEMENT SERVICES CASEWORKER (YEARS EMPLOYED 1/2003 to 9/2003)
MarionCountyChildren Services BoardMarion,Ohio
The Placement Services Caseworker’s responsibility is to maintain and recruit homes under the area of foster care and adoptions. This position requires performing foster care certification and adoptive home studies as well as their recertification. This position entails being a liaison to the Foster Parent Committee, assist foster parents with issues in their home and the needs of the foster children, ensure foster parents have correct amount of training hours, and maintain records of all home activity. This position also requires participation in an on-call emergency service.
Family to Family Coordinator (Years Employed 10/2001 to 1/2003)
MarionCountyChildren Services BoardMarion,Ohio
The Family to Family Coordinator’s responsibility is to serve as a liaison between the neighborhood, children, parents, school and social service agencies. This position allows me to organize and work with targeted communities to develop neighborhood collaboratives; to develop and implement strategies for building strong communities and families. This position entails being responsible for six committees within the agency and one outside of the agency. Also includes working as a recruiter for foster parents in the targeted area ofMarionCounty.
PROTECTIVE SERVICES CASEWORKER (YEARS EMPLOYED 9/1999 to 10/2001)
MarionCountyChildren Services BoardMarion,Ohio
Responsible for a caseload of children and families who have suffered some type of child abuse and/or neglect. Monthly home visits, progress reports, family risk assessments, case plans and semi-annual reviews were completed on each family and are required paperwork by the State ofOhio. Position required court appearances for families that were involved in the court system. Participation in an after-hours emergency service was mandated by the agency.
Education
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (1998 -1999). TheOhioStateUniversityMarion,Ohio- Dean’s List – 1999
Master of Criminal Justice (Forensic Psychology) (2002 - 2004). TiffinUniversityTiffin,Ohio
Basic Mediation training – (June 2006).  Conflict Management Services.
Skills
Great organizational skills.
Crisis intervention skills.
Responsible and timely.
Good computer knowledge base.
State certified Adoption Assessor.
Public speaking skills.
Able to communicate with a wide variety of people.
Trained mediator

Experience

Age Specific Experience

10 years of paid child care experience with:

  • Toddlers (1 to 3 years)
  • Preschooler (3 to 5 years)
  • Grade School (6 to 11 years)

Special Needs Experience

Special Needs Conditional Experience

  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Down Syndrome
  • Visual Impairment

Skills & Abilities

Additional Services:

  • Potty Training
  • Meal Preparation
  • Laundry
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Willing to drive children to events, school, appointments, or carpooling
  • Homework Help
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