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Lavina Johnson

Lavina Johnson

Buena Park, CA, US

 

About 

Lavina Rose Johnson
5825 Lincoln Ave #D134
Buena Park, Ca 90620
Cell: (562) 457-0576
Email: lavinarosejohnson@gmail.com

Objective: To gain an Administrative position starting in June 2012.
Qualifications:
• Extensive administrative support experience
• Team Management
• Office Procedure Documentation
• MS Word 2010
• MS Excel 2010
• MS Powerpoint 2010 • Project Management
• Office scheduling and travel arrangements
• Designed Filing of  Documentation
• Plan and implement office systems, layout and           equipment procurement
•  Maintain and replenish inventory
•  Check stock to determine inventory levels

Education:
1998-2005 Bachelor of Arts, Africana Studies, Minor: Business Administration
California State University, Dominguez Hills, Carson, CA May 2005

Professional Experience:

July 2010- Present   Noritek International, Long Beach, CA
                                         Office Manager
 Design and implement office policies
 Establish standards and procedures
 Organize office operations and procedures
 Supervise office staff
 Monitor and record long distance phone calls
 Prepare time sheets
 Control correspondences
 Review and approve supply requisitions
 Liaise with other agencies, organizations and groups
 Update organizational memberships
 Maintain office equipment
 Assign and monitor clerical and secretarial functions
 Recruit and select office staff
 Orient and train employees
 Provide on the job and other training opportunities
 Supervise staff
 Evaluate staff performance
 Coaching and disciplining staff
                            

 


April 2006- June 2010 Paramount Unified School District, Paramount, CA
             Language Speech Specialist
 Workload of at least 50+ students between multiple schools sites.
  Plan and implement age appropriate activities geared toward specified goals within the IEP.
 Experience working with children with Autism, down syndrome, physical, and occupational disabilities.
 Experience working with children with problems with Articulation, Fluency and Language.
 Attend IEPs to present status of progression and work samples to parents of students.
 Meet with teachers to discuss and schedule students’ therapy days and times.
 Supervise, organize, and plan the schedule of students, materials and activities for the Speech Aide.
 Prepare the speech room to meet the needs of the students.
 Control the noise level and organize the treatment room daily.
 Record attendance of students daily.
 Prepare MIS reports for new IEP files.
 Responsible for quarterly progress reports.
2005- December 2005 Watts Learning Center, Los Angeles, CA
  Instructional Literacy Teacher
 Met with elementary students daily after school to implement the Star Literacy Program.
  Supported and delivered literacy enrichment activities.
  Provided daily homework assistance.
 Assisted in delivery of daily curricula focused specifically on reading, along with social-emotional development.
 Worked closely with the Program Coordinator, and volunteers to support the goals and outcomes of the program.
 Assisted in the delivery of literacy activity plans, homework, snack, recess, and reading times, and behavior management of the students.
 Carefully reviewed program and recess rules with the students.
 Helped keep program classrooms clean and materials organized daily.

  Professional Memberships: National Black Association for Speech, Language, and Hearing, 2007
                                                 National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, CSULA Chapter
                                                 Attended 2007 CSHA Convention, Long Beach, CA
                                                 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 1999-Present
 

 

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Noritek International,, Long Beach, CA, Office Manager

 Design and implement office policies
 Establish standards and procedures
 Organize office operations and procedures
 Supervise office staff
 Monitor and record long distance phone calls
 Prepare time sheets
 Control correspondences
 Review and approve supply requisitions
 Liaise with other agencies, organizations and groups
 Update organizational memberships
 Maintain office equipment
 Assign and monitor clerical and secretarial functions
 Recruit and select office staff
 Orient and train employees
 Provide on the job and other training opportunities
 Supervise staff
 Evaluate staff performance
 Coaching and disciplining staff

Jul 2010 - current
 

Paramount Unified School District,, Paramount, CA, Language Speech Specialist

 Workload of at least 50+ students between multiple schools sites.
 Plan and implement age appropriate activities geared toward specified goals within the IEP.
 Experience working with children with Autism, down syndrome, physical, and occupational disabilities.
 Experience working with children with problems with Articulation, Fluency and Language.
 Attend IEPs to present status of progression and work samples to parents of students.
 Meet with teachers to discuss and schedule students’ therapy days and times.
 Supervise, organize, and plan the schedule of students, materials and activities for the Speech Aide.
 Prepare the speech room to meet the needs of the students.
 Control the noise level and organize the treatment room daily.
 Record attendance of students daily.
 Prepare MIS reports for new IEP files.
 Responsible for quarterly progress reports.

Aug 2006 - Jun 2010
 

Education 

California State University Dominguez Hills, Carson, CA , Bachelors, Africana Studies, Minor: Business Administration

The Department of Africana Studies in the College of Liberal Arts offers a major and a minor in Africana Studies. Africana Studies is primarily a peoples and culture-based discipline which investigates Africana peoples' experiences. These experiences range from earliest human civilizations through the tragic era of enslavement, colonization, uprootment, to the forced migration and displacement of African peoples. The intellectual framework that sets Africana Studies apart from other disciplines is that it explores the subject area from the perspective of Africana peoples' interests, aspirations, possibilities, and envisioned destinies. The foundation of the discipline rests on an understanding and appreciation of African peoples' worldview and philosophy of life as the starting point for all Africana intellectual inquiry. The BA degree and minor program offered by the department emphasizes an examination of the theoretical and empirical characteristics of the African world experience from both a contemporary and historical perspective

Aug 1998 - May 2005
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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