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Resume for Clarence W. for Executive Manager / Government & Civic in Louisville, Kentucky




Occupation: Executive Manager Industry: Government & Civic
Country: United States City: Louisville
State: Kentucky ZIP: 40223



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Clarence W., Jr.
Eastgate Village Drive
Louisville, Kentucky
Typical Hours: MF : a.m. : p.m.
EDUCATION:
High School Graduate: DePere Abbot Pennings
College Graduate: St. Cloud State University – Bachelors in Psychology
WORK HISTORY:
January , – Present
LOUISVILLE METRO YOUTH DETENTION SERVICES
Division Director: Directs and controls Youth Detention Services, Community
Based Services and Social Service programs, activities and operations through
subordinate managers and professional personnel. Exercises supervision over
subordinate personnel.
Evaluates current program functions and procedures for effectiveness and
develops modifications to solve programs or improve existing youth detention
programs.
Develops and recommends new Youth Detention Services, Community Based
Services and Social Service programs to meet the needs of the community or to
comply with new regulations and laws.
Assist in budget preparation in conjunction with Administrative Staff and controls
expenditures in accordance with budget allocations.
Participates in resolving personnel problems and employee complaints and
grievances.
Represents the department to other governmental agencies, judicial system,
social service agencies and the public to provide information concerning youth
detention and social service programs, services and related issues.
Prepares reports on youth detention and social services program operations and
completes special projects.
February , to December ,
HAMILTON COUNTY JUVENILE COURT YOUTH CENTER
Deputy Superintendent: Responsible for the evaluation and coordination of
process and the overall supervision of staff and youth within the Youth Center.
Provide for ongoing management of Operations and the Facility Manager on Duty
functions, using performancebased outcome measures for continual
improvement. Worked in collaboration with the Superintendent, Assistant
Superintendent and other Duty Superintendents to effectively manage the total
operations of the Youth Center.
September , to December , continued
In collaboration with Operations Managers, ensure that facility policy,
procedures and practices are being followed through observation, presence,
and leadership. Responsible for the analysis, recommendation, and
implementation of improvement processes for the Youth Center.
Reviewed all intervention, incident, monitoring reports and quality control logs to
ensure procedural compliance. Initiate and ensure fact finding, investigation, and
corrective action when indicated.
Coordinate scheduling, assuring optimal usage of departmental personnel
resources, consistent with needs of the facility and departmental workloads.
In collaboration with Operations Managers, manage departmental employee
evaluation process, meeting evaluation timeframes, and continual improvement of
staff skills and behavior management capacities.
Meet with Managers individually and collectively to review departmental activities,
monitor procedural compliance and where appropriate assure coordinated
practices within the Operations and Housing Divisions.
Interview applicants for all Corrections OfficerOperations positions as part of the
employment screening process for suitability and appropriateness for Youth
Center employment. Responsible for the coordination of new staff through
mentoring process with assigned managers and continual improvement of staff
behavior management skills.
Respond to telephone inquiries from parents, public, judges, and agencies with
regard to Youth Center policy pertaining, but not limited to, Intake, Release
functions, housing, visitation, behavior management, policy/procedure, and
employment.
March – September
Reception Release Manager: Responsible for admitting residents as well as
releasing residents.
Directly responsible for all of the money and property the residents posses upon
admission.
Responsible for resident classification and suicide assessment.
Managed, evaluated and disciplined thirteen staff.
Directly responsible for the maintaining the staff’s requirements for training.
Responsible for departmental coverage Vacation, Sick Leave, FMLA.
Involved in the hiring of new staff for the Department.
November – March
Facility Control Manager: Directly responsible for facility security through touch
screen operations and video surveillance.
Managed, evaluated and disciplined twelve staff.
Directly responsible for maintaining the staff’s requirements for training.
Responsible for departmental coverage Vacation, Sick Leave, FMLA.
Involved in the hiring of new staff for the Department.
Directly responsible for Facility Fire Evacuations.
January – November
Facility Manager: Directly responsible for Facility Management.
Directly responsible for safety and security of the facility as well as the well being
of staff and residents while on duty.
January – January
Juvenile Correctional Officer Intake Training Unit: Directly responsible for the
training of new Youth Center Staff and taking them through the OJT process.
Maintained safety and security of residents through active behavior management.
Provided group activities as well as individual activities to allow for personal
growth.
May – January
Juvenile Correctional Officer: Supervised youth during daily activities.
Maintained safety and security of residents through active behavior management.
Provided group activities as well as individual activities to allow for personal
growth.
TRAINING:
CPR and First Aid Certified, Dynamic Simulation and Developing a Winning Attitude
through Ohio Peace Officers Training, Leadership Development Training through
National Institute of Corrections, Introduction to Excel for Windows through Micro Center.
AFFLIATIONS:
Commissioner, American Correctional Association; Vice President, National Juvenile
Detention Association; CoChair, Louisville Metro Alliance for Youth

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