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Resume for Clarence N. for Other / Government & Civic in Spaniard's bay, Canada

Occupation: Other Industry: Government & Civic
Country: Canada City: Spaniard's bay
State: Newfoundland and Labrador ZIP: a0a3x0

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Clarence M. N.
P.O. Box
Spaniard’s Bay, NL AOA X
• To acquire a position in a challenging and stimulating environment where I will be
able to utilize my various skill sets, work experience, educational background and
ability to work well with people, which will allow me to grow personally and
professionally. I am selfmotivated and able to work both independently and as
collaborative team member.
• Memorial University, St. John’s, NL
• Completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Major in Psychology, a Minor in
Philosophy, and a Certificate Program in Criminology
• Career Development Certificate in progress
• Ascension Collegiate High School Bay Robert’s, NL Graduated Grade
• Workshops with Health and Community Services
* Link: Violence Against Women and Children in Relations and the Use of Alcohol
and Drugscofacilitated with Kirby House
* Fundamental Concepts in Addictions
* Gambling Awareness Training
• Proficiency in various Government computer applications/programs
* CRACanada Revenue Agency Heron Road
* AESAdvanced Education and Skills CAPS, TRIM, FACTS, DACS,
LMDACSGC, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook and SAIP
* HRDCHuman Resources Development Canada ASGARD
* SFSStudent Financial Services SAMS, TRIM, and Loan Remission
* NLYCNewfoundlandand Labrador Youth Center – YCMS
• Various OH&S Workshops, Committees and WH&S Representative
• Service Excellence Program “Putting Citizens First”
• True Colors Workshop
• Counselling & Career Development Theories
• Enhanced Screening and Assessment Workshop
• Emergency Heart Start First Aid Course
• CPI Non Violent Crisis Intervention
• TCPI Therapeutic Non Violent Crisis Intervention
• Suicide Intervention, Strangulation and Cut Down Workshop
• Valid Driver’s License
• Managing Aggressive Behavior
• Arete Work Place Violence Prevention
• Client Services Officer,
Department of Advanced Education and Skills,
Carbonear, NL
October – Present
Providing professional, front line, comprehensive and quality service to clients
within the areas of Labour Market Development, Income Support, application
processing, Employment and Career Services.
Negotiating contracts such as Targeted Wage Subsidies TWS, Job Creation
Partnerships JCP and Self Employment Assistance Benefits Programs SEA
on behalf of the department of AES with different employers, employees and
Providing case management services, participating in program development
and administrative activities, scanning documents and creating electronic files.
Maintaining the point of contact for the provision of Emergency Out of Hours
Services for Human Resources, Labor and Employment.
Determining client initial eligibility for emergency service needs.
Delivering Emergency Disaster Services to victims and completing thorough
assessments of each inquiry to determine appropriate responses.
Completing necessary needs/risk assessments and collaborating with partner
agency providers to address service needs, as required.
Developing policies and procedures for the new service delivery of the After
Hours Emergency Services for Newfoundland and Labrador.
• Career Development Specialist
Department of Advanced Education and Skills
Carbonear, NL
November April
Working in the Career Work Center as the first point of contact, providing labour
market and career related services to a variety of client groups including
employers, community organizations, career practitioners, researchers, human
resource practitioners, entrepreneurs, HRLE Staff, and other identified groups.
Case management of clients making the transition to employment or training and
assisting with career decision making and career planning.
Providing assistance with job searching, resume and cover letter writing, mock
interviewing of SPAN participants and Keyin College students.
Completing applications and interview skills through individual sessions.
Facilitating workshops and presentations to various community groups.
Completing referrals to appropriate community partners.
Providing public education of programs and services offered by HRLE.
Assisting dropin clients using Job Search and Labour Market Information.
Liaising with training and education providers and other service agencies.
• Youth Care Counselor,
Department of Justice, Newfoundland and Labrador Youth Center
Whitbourne, NL March April
Performs both individual and group counselling to young offenders, conducts
regularly structured group meetings to deal with behaviour, attends case
conferences, delivers learning programs such as; social life skills, literacy
training, recreation, substance abuse, anger management, behaviour evaluation
and vocational programs.
Interviews offenders upon admission and completes an intake assessment for
purposes of measuring the maturity level and criminogenic needs of residents.
Consults with other professional and line staff, participates in case planning
process, performs counselling and intervention practices.
Supervising, controlling and guiding residents on acceptable standards,
maintaining appropriate relationships, applying approved custodial,
rehabilitative, developmental, treatment and recreational plans and acceptable
standards of direct care for adolescents.
Conducts activity programs within the facility, guides and instructs residents
individually or in groups regarding correct social behaviour, adherence to rules,
fair play, acceptable table manners and personal hygiene.
Actively participates in staff training activities and meetings, may be required
to give police statements, appear in court, and provide escort services to
residents through the use of facility vehicles.
Provides onthejob training for other Youth Care Counsellors, student field
placements and volunteers.
• Client Services Representative,
Department of Youth Services and Post Secondary Education, Student Financial
Services Division, St. John’s, NL July December , June
September , July September
Providing general financial and career advice to students with respects to
Labour Market Trends.
Planning, coordinating, conducting, and evaluating information sessions for
client groups relative to the full range of financial assistance available to
individuals pursuing postsecondary education.
Managed and organized Student Financial Services information booth.
Disseminating Student Financial Services information to varied clientele.
Drafting responses and/or preparing briefing notes to ministerial
correspondence dealing with individual’s cases.
Providing information to clients relating to the Acts, Regulations, policies and
procedures of the various Federal and Provincial financial assistance programs.
• Volunteer and Co Chair for Spaniard’s Bay Recreation Commission.
• Volunteer for Spaniard’s Bay Playground Improvement Committee
• Fund raising for committees in my community.
• Volunteer Tax Preparation Program.
• Assistant coach for the youth badminton club.
• Volunteer coach for youth ball hockey and baseball.

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