Erin Rooney

 


Erin Rooney 3113 Adele Court Joplin, MO 64804 — (417) 291-4587 — erinrooney19@gmail.com


 


GOAL ORIENTED PROFESSIONAL:



  • Seven Years of Teaching Assistant Experience; 

  • Two Years of Experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Two Years Customer Service Experience

  • Bilingual in English & Spanish




























 




  • Seven years of Pre-K-6 teacher assistant experience reinforced by an additional two years of experience in elementary education program at Hawaii Pacific University and two years working with severely disabled (both physical and mental) student programs, one on one care and IEP planning and documentation in the state of Virginia.



 




  • Two years of experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant reinforced by additional hands on, onsite training and additional classes offered and taught by my place of employment, (hospital at which I was employed at). Direct patient care, both with long term patients in a rehabilitation facility, as well as direct patient care with short and long term stay surgery patients (Med/Surge floor of hospital I was employed at).



 




  • Credentials include Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education/Liberal Arts from Germanna Community College, Fredericksburg, Virginia; License/Certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant, San Diego, California;

  • Current CPR/First Aid Certification (2012). Fluent in English and bilingual in Spanish.



 




  • Passion for quality education, student/school success, and quality care for patients and their families. 



 


 



Skills and knowledge areas include:



  • Pre-K-6 Instruction (All Subjects)

  • ESL / ESOL Instruction            

  • Ability to Follow Lesson Plans

  • Student Records Management

  • At-Risk & Special Needs         


Student



  • Formal & Informal Learner


Assessment



  • Classroom Management & Discipline

  • Parent / Teacher Communications      



 


 


-Student Engagement                                      


-Technology Integration


-After-School Programs IEP Documentation


-Licensed as Certified Nursing Assistant


-CPR/First Aide Certified (2012


  Adults/Children/Infants)


-Direct Patient Care with Surgery Patients


-Direct Family Care for Patient’s Families        


-Indirect Patient Care


-Formal and Hands on Charting Training


 



 


 


-Expert in Hand Written and


-Electronic Patient Charting


-Formal Multiline Line   Training


-Direct experience with


-Making, Canceling, and rescheduling Patient Appointments;


-Both Written -and Electronic


-Direct


-Instruction, Direction, and Training with Trained and Licensed RNs.



 


 


 


 


 


 


Work Experience


 


Stay At Home Mother/Homemaker, Joplin, MO 2013-2016


Fulfill the ever day needs of my family and household. Create and keep schedules, arrange appointments, maintain household stability and be ready for environmental and emotional changes at any point of any given day. Plan meals, doctor’s appointments, sports and activities schedules, transport family to and from events, school, and appointments. Make sure the everyday needs of my family members were met and exceeded, and to make sure daily life went smoothly.


 


Customer Service Associate, LOWES, Joplin, MO 2013-2013


Fulfill Seasonal Customer Service Associate assignment five days a week primarily in the Paint Department. Also able to fulfill CSA Assignments in other departments effectively and efficiently throughout store when needed. Help customers find what they need and what they are looking for throughout the store that pertains to their home improvement projects and household needs. 


Key Contributions & Educational Outcomes:



  • Work primarily in Paint Department to help customer achieve their ultimate goals in finding their perfect paint and painting accessory needs. 

  • Frequently walking the sales floor helping customers in various departments find various items to help with their household project and home improvement needs 

  • Answer phones and assist customers who have questions and concerns pertaining to their home improvement needs 


 


Lead Teacher, KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTER, Carmel, IN 2012-2012


Fulfill Lead Teacher assignments across all subject areas, effectively teaching students of varied academic/age levels (Infant to Grade 6) and diverse cultural backgrounds. Instruct classes of as many as 24 students; communicate with teachers, administrators and parents; and build a positive rapport with students. 


Key Contributions & Educational Outcomes:



  • Consistently praised for dedication, reliability, organization and effectiveness of implementing center’s high standard curriculum. Filled in for permanent teachers at a moment’s notice, as well as holding permanent assistant teaching position; closely adhered to lesson plans; and kept students motivated, engaged and focused. 

  • Worked to help build, create and enhance current curriculums and IEP plans. 

  • Frequently worked with ESL/ESOL students. Showed resourcefulness and teaching effectiveness in meeting the needs of students with limited English language proficiency as well as learning disabilities. 

  • Voluntarily stepped in to run several after-school programs (after-school tutoring) when permanent teachers were unable to fill these roles. 

  • Incorporated technology into students’ learning activities for varied academic disciplines. 


 


Certified Nursing Assistant, SHARP HEALTHCARE SYSTEM, San Diego/Mira Mesa, CA 2007-2009


Fulfill Nursing Assistant assignments on both day and evening shifts (8-12 hour shifts) six days a week at both the Sharp Rehabilitation Facility and on the Med/Surge floor of Sharp Memorial Hospital. 


 


Key Contributions & Educational Outcomes:



  • Responsible for hourly vital checks and rechecks on new and existing patients; as well as nightly charting on patient information, vitals and overall outcome of patient recovery and stay on the floor. 

  • Worked directly with Registered Nurses to ensure outstanding and reliable direct patient care to ensure patient safety, overall health and recovery.  

  • Frequently worked directly with doctors to ensure patient care was consistent and changed accordingly to patient’s needs and wants. 

  • Was a direct link between patient’s family, physicians and nurses to ensure patient was receiving safe and reliable care while staying in the hospital as well as making sure that a patient’s family and patient’s concerns were voiced and met with time and precision. 

  • Incorporated new electronic charting system into patient care to ensure safe and accurate patient charting to record vital information and patient’s health and concerns. 

  • Maintained secretarial duties when needed; answering the phone for the floor, directing patient’s families to the right rooms or physicians concerning their loved ones and maintaining HIPPA privacy concerning patient information and care.


 


Lead Teacher, MINNELAND CDC, Fredericksburg, VA 2007-2008


Fulfill Lead Teacher assignments across all subject areas, effectively teaching students of varied academic/age levels (Pre-K to Grade 6) and diverse cultural backgrounds. Instruct classes of as many as 24 students; communicate with teachers, administrators and parents; and build a positive rapport with students. 


Key Contributions & Educational Outcomes:



  • Consistently praised for dedication, reliability, organization and effectiveness of implementing centers high standard curriculum. Filled in for permanent teachers at a moment’s notice, as well as holding permanent assistant teaching position; closely adhered to lesson plans; and kept students motivated, engaged and focused. 

  • Worked to help build, create and enhance current curriculums and IEP plans. 

  • Frequently worked with ESL/ESOL students. Showed resourcefulness and teaching effectiveness in meeting the needs of students with limited English language proficiency as well as learning disabilities. 

  • Voluntarily stepped in to run several after-school programs (after-school tutoring) when permanent teachers were unable to fill these roles.               Incorporated technology into students’ learning activities for varied academic disciplines. 


 


Lead Teacher, CHILDREN OF AMERICA CDC, Fredericksburg, VA 2006-2007


Fulfill Lead Teacher assignments across all subject areas, effectively teaching students of varied academic/age levels (Pre-K to Grade 6) and diverse cultural backgrounds. Instruct classes of as many as 20 students; communicate with teachers, administrators and parents; and build a positive rapport with students. 


 


Key Contributions & Educational Outcomes:



  • Consistently praised for dedication, reliability, organization and effectiveness of implementing centers high standard curriculum. Filled in for permanent teachers at a moment’s notice, as well as holding permanent assistant teaching position; closely adhered to lesson plans; and kept students motivated, engaged and focused. 

  • Worked to help build, create and enhance current curriculums and IEP plans. 

  • Frequently worked with ESL/ESOL students. Showed resourcefulness and teaching effectiveness in meeting the needs of students with limited English language proficiency as well as learning disabilities. 

  • Voluntarily stepped in to run several after-school programs (after-school tutoring) when permanent teachers were unable to fill these roles. 

  • Incorporated technology into students’ learning activities for varied academic disciplines. 


 


 


Paraprofessional, SEALSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, King George, VA 2005-2006


Aide for a fourth grade student with diagnosed Autism. Helped student with creative lessons, activities and experiential learning activities as well as created a structured yet enjoyable learning environment. Elevated child’s social, language and cognitive skills to enable child to enter regular school environment and thrive within a mainstreamed, fourth-grade classroom.


 


 


Paraprofessional, SIGNAL HILL ELEMENTARY, Manassas, VA 2004-2005


Aide for two fifth grade students with Cerebral Palsy. Helped students with creative lessons, activities and experiential learning activities as well as created a structured yet enjoyable learning environment. Elevated child’s social, language and cognitive skills to enable child to enter regular school environment and thrive within a mainstreamed, fifth-grade classroom. Made sure environment was safe, inviting, and exciting for both children to make sure they felt invited and part of the mainstream classroom experience. Sat in on both students’ IEP meetings and helped change and create IEP plans for both students to be more effective and efficient for the mainstreaming of both students.


 


 


Assistant Teacher, NEW HORIZONS CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, Dale City, VA 2003-2004


Fulfill Assistant teaching assignments across all subject areas, effectively teaching students of varied academic/age levels (Pre-K to Grade 6) and diverse cultural backgrounds. Instruct classes of as many as 30 students; communicate with teachers, administrators and parents; and build a positive rapport with students. 


 


Key Contributions & Educational Outcomes:



  • Consistently praised for dedication, reliability, organization and effectiveness of implementing centers high standard curriculum. Filled in for permanent teachers at a moment’s notice, as well as holding permanent assistant teaching position; closely adhered to lesson plans; and kept students motivated, engaged and focused. 

  • Worked to help build, create and enhance current curriculums and IEP plans. 

  • Frequently worked with ESL/ESOL students. Showed resourcefulness and teaching effectiveness in meeting the needs of students with limited English language proficiency as well as learning disabilities. 

  • Voluntarily stepped in to run several after-school programs (after-school tutoring) when permanent teachers were unable to fill these roles. 

  • Incorporated technology into students’ learning activities for varied academic disciplines. 


 


 


 


 


Education & Credentials


Associates Degree Liberal Arts with a Minor in Early Childhood Education, Germanna Community College, Fredericksburg, VA;  2006


       §     Specialty Study in Special Education


 


Certified Nursing Assistant License/Certification, Poway Technical School, Poway, California; 2007


 


CPR/First Aid Certification; 2003-Present


 


Cosmetology, City Pointe Beauty Academy, Webb City, MO; 2014 to 2015


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


References


 



  1. Brian O’Hara:


Mechanic/Transportation


1026 W. Austin St.


Webb City, MO 64870


(417) 365-2134


 



  1. Laurel Happe:


Teacher


165 E. Main St.


Orange, VA 22950


(540) 223-3644


 

  • ID#: 125584
  • Location: Joplin, MO , 64804

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