Top Assistant Director Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Assistant Director. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Assistant Director resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.0% of Assistant Director resumes contained Direct Supervision as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Assistant Director actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Assistant Director resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Direct Supervision

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Here's how Direct Supervision is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Provide direct supervision to two administrators and collaborate with the Residential Education Team to provide a quality service and learning environment.
  • Provided direct supervision, vision and training to residential supervisors through supervision and the facilitation of weekly supervisors meetings.
  • Direct supervision and oversight of the organizations training/education management system ensuring compliance with training/education/credential requirements were met and enforced.
  • Provide direct supervision to the Licensing and Training Department, Behaviorists, Recruitment Specialists, Supervisors and Placement Administrators.
  • Direct supervision of living units to include handling of all appointing authority responsibilities.
  • Developed and improved productivity by personnel within the departments under my direct supervision.
  • Provided direct supervision to senior staff around management of their respective units.
  • Direct supervision of 2 scientists and coordination of 6 indirectly-reporting scientists.
  • Direct supervision of engineering and architectural trades, medical school maintenance.
  • Provided direct supervision of information systems and constituent record management.
  • Provided direct and indirect supervision for approximately 100 full-time employees.
  • Direct supervision of site remodeling according to Architectural Plans.
  • Provide direct supervision to respective multidisciplinary department managers.
  • Provided direct supervision to Qualified and Associate Professionals.
  • Provide direct supervision to Labor Relations Specialists.
  • Direct supervision of Structured Independent Program staff.
  • Provided direct supervision of site directors.
  • Worked independently without direct supervision.
  • Direct supervision, facilitating training and in-services, scheduling & hiring all clinical and security staff for 96 bed rehab/detox unit.
  • Direct supervision of over 100 employees in all specialties at a 580 bed acute care hospital with 2 outpatient diagnostic centers.

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2. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Maintained visibility and availability to staff members and students through informal daily contact and interaction with student leaders and leadership organizations.
  • Explained complicated legislation to Congressional staff members, Production personnel and people with limited knowledge of Congressional publishing.
  • Supervised staff members ensuring job performance and responsibilities assigned by director are met.
  • Mentored other staff members within the organization and assisted School-Age Services obtain accreditation.
  • Investigated complaints of employee misconduct, discrimination and harassment involving staff members.
  • Review reports and related information developed by staff members.
  • Ensured effective channels of communication among staff members.
  • Provided leadership to environmental services team, Insures staff members are properly assigned to areas within 15 minutes of starting times.
  • Managed schedules and performance of 17 staff members, ensuring that daily staffing and performance met state requirements and financial efficiency.
  • Manage, develop and coach 20 staff members: Conduct performance evaluations, schedule work-assignments, facilitate meetings and training workshops.
  • Supervised and managed personnel related issues for 40 staff members including Social Workers, Childcare Workers, Student Interns and Volunteers.
  • Institute a shared vision focusing on all staff members meeting the individual needs of every student, parent, and family.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of the STS program, totaling five schools, fifty staff members and over 100 clients.
  • Supervised 1 Admission Counselor and 2 administrative staff members responsible for supporting the marketing and communications initiatives in the office.
  • Promoted to this flagship luxury property of 300 rooms and 150 private residences with up to 40 housekeeping staff members.
  • Managed files for over 300 children and 75 staff members, making sure all the information is correct and up-to-date.
  • Work with Director in program planning and management of operations for organization of over 250 children and 14 staff members.
  • Help improve the performance, productivity, and efficiency of all staff members and students through quality teaching and curriculum.
  • Recruited and interviewed applicants, conducted new employee training and evaluated job performance of supervisors and other staff members.
  • Conducted screenings, interviews, reference checks, and hiring for new staff members; submitted new hire paperwork.

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3. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Demonstrated effective communication skills by counseling at risk students by providing a safe environment for expression.
  • Planned events to highlight community interaction and entertain students in a safe environment.
  • Maintained a safe environment for employees and residents while performing daily maintenance operations.
  • Delegated program curriculum, and daily procedures to program counselors in which ensured a clean and safe environment for the students.
  • Supervised team of up to seven staff members to create a fun and safe environment for children ages five to twelve.
  • Assisted in the daily operations of maintaining a safe environment for children with means of improving motor skills and learning abilities.
  • Developed, implemented, and managed district-wide policies, regulations and procedures to ensure a safe environment for students and staff.
  • Interacted with 9 co-workers to ensure schedules were maintained and children were cared for in a controlled and safe environment.
  • Maintain Safe environment for the children, answer phones, maintain records, evaluate children needs, communicate with parents
  • Provided oversight in the education and caring of children in a safe environment for kids, parents and workers.
  • Created a safe environment for employees to participate and offer suggestions, offering motivational tools to encourage employee engagement.
  • Executed the mandatory child care activities among the classroom to accomplish the curriculum in a comfortable and safe environment.
  • Manage approximately 40 team members in order to coordinate care for patients in crisis while ensuring a safe environment.
  • Instructed participants in safe spotting technique in order to create a safe environment on the low ropes course.
  • Trained staff to adhere to conduct policies to ensure safe environment for guests, staff, and volunteers.
  • Lead fundraisers, plan youth programs and supervise the center to ensure a beneficial and safe environment for teens
  • Provided a safe environment in which to foster student learning and engagement during a 4-week language immersion program.
  • Worked directly with owner to provide quality child care & development in a clean & safe environment.
  • Ensured facility was cleaned and secured properly each night to maintain a safe environment for the children.
  • Maintain extreme cleanliness consistently and provide customers as well as sales associates, a safe environment.

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4. Financial Statements

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Here's how Financial Statements is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Supervised preparation of external financial statements to be in conformity with GAAP, including preparation of annual, audited financial statements.
  • Assist financial reporting by performing high-level review of financial statements and ensure Generally Accepted Accounting Principles are being followed.
  • Worked closely with General Accounting to produce the University's audited financial statements and supplemental analysis for Trustee review.
  • Oversee monthly expenditure analysis and reconciliation of assigned grant/contract funds utilizing financial statements and other documents/reports.
  • Participated in preparing consolidated financial statements, budgeting, analysis, and cost accounting.
  • Prepared official ministry documentation including financial statements, memos and allocation spreadsheets.
  • Performed review and analysis of financial statements and accounts receivable aging reports.
  • Prepared, analyzed and reviewed financial statements with Director and Board of Directors
  • Provided advice and guidance to government departments on preparation of financial statements.
  • Assisted in preparing financial statements and implemented and reviewed audit procedures.
  • Prepare monthly consolidated financial statements, including departmental level income statements.
  • Prepared and filed annual financial statements and reports to regulatory agencies.
  • Assisted with preparation of annual audited financial statements and related footnotes.
  • Prepared and analyzed monthly financial statements and balance sheet account reconciliations.
  • Prepared financial statements in compliance with USDA reporting requirements.
  • Assisted Fiscal Director with preparation of monthly financial statements.
  • Provided financial information for accounting to generate financial statements.
  • Produced joint venture financial statements for equity partners.
  • Prepared and analyzed month-end and year-end financial statements.
  • Achieved unqualified opinions on our financial statements.

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5. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Provided developmental opportunities to increase child care effectiveness and continually sought to provide a stimulating learning environment for the children.
  • Supported the operation and management a full-service child care facility in compliance with state regulatory agencies and internal program protocol.
  • Understand developmental patterns for child care environmental psychology and the arrangements of space and materials that support development.
  • Provide exceptional childhood learning environment/ quality child care service experiences that exceeds customer expectations.
  • Maintained operations according to child care licensing guidelines.
  • Assisted in the management, administration, organization and supervision of Child Care Division program for preschool and school aged groups.
  • Modeled best practices in child care by promoting the Tennessee Department of Human Services standards and regulations for quality school-age care.
  • Provide guidelines and interpretation on compliance with Federal program and State Title 22 child Care licensing requirements, regulations and guidelines.
  • Train assistant teachers in caring for the children, as well as, company and state policies regarding child care centers.
  • Followed a sound curriculum to enhance the social, physical, intellectual well-being of the children within the child care program.
  • Demonstrated a knowledge of ages and stages development while embracing flexibility and openness o new ideas in child care practices.
  • Prepared and completed work for School Age Summer Camp Child Care Program providing care for children ages 5 to 12.
  • Supervised 10-20 child care teachers that provided child care services to children from age 6weeks to 12 years of age.
  • Record keeping, filing, computer input, budgeting, special projects, and MI Child Care Food Program management.
  • Selected, ordered, cataloged, processed and distributed 55 libraries to child care centers; more than 9,000 books.
  • Assist in the planning and developing of services that provide child care to families in Federal and State funded programs.
  • Managed day-to-day activities at child care site ensuring the safety and health of children and adhered to proper stated codes.
  • Assisted academy director with all aspects of the daily operation of a quality child care program for approximately 100 children.
  • Develop and implement county wide systems to implement a smooth process to collaborate state and federally funded child care programs.
  • Handled all aspects of child care and education for children ages 6 weeks to 5th grade in a management capacity.

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6. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Position required results driven individual that manufacturing outcomes consistently achieves benchmarks, customer service skills and could think well under pressure.
  • Developed new ways to identify, recruit and train member service representatives to ensure optimal customer service and reach organizational goals.
  • Provided excellent customer service while developing a strong following of loyal customers and received massive positive feedback on recommended products.
  • Expected to deliver exceptional customer service through acquisition and retention, quality program, financial management, and operational compliance.
  • Provided effective and efficient management of clinical and business functions with optimal customer service, satisfaction and client care.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to all parents; and maintained awareness of all promotions and advertisements.
  • Conducted Customer Service training enterprise-wide to various Erickson communities implementing Erickson core values and mission statement.
  • Presented gym membership and personal training information to customers and acted as the customer service representative.
  • Provided exceptional customer service by maintaining consistent communication and troubleshooting potential barriers to student reentry.
  • Developed and implemented operating procedures improvements in order to sharpen operations efficiency and customer service.
  • Managed challenge or event logistics including customer service, registration, evaluation and incentive program.
  • Recognized for possessing superior customer service skills, quickly and efficiently resolving member concerns.
  • Performed administrative duties including spreadsheet applications, word processing, and extensive customer service.
  • Provided exceptional customer service and maintained positive relationships with enrolled families and perspective families.
  • Provided customer service to patrons by answering questions and creating a positive environment.
  • Established friendly yet professional atmosphere that promoted attentive customer service and respect for customers
  • Used marketing and customer service techniques to encourage community involvement and parent satisfaction.
  • Managed community swim events and competitions, responsible for maintenance and customer service.
  • Received 2003 Circle of Excellence recognition honoring employee excellence in customer service delivery.
  • Managed marketing, customer service, budgeting, licensing and community involvement.

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7. Daily Operations

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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Investigated and promoted decision to improve quality and efficiency of the daily operations and afford the department future opportunities.
  • Planned and supervised all Summer Camp activities and responsibilities including daily operations, trip itineraries and culminating events.
  • Monitor teacher performance, environmental rating scales assessments, building inspections, and paperwork necessary for daily operations.
  • Assisted Director with daily operations of proprietary school including the supervision of Admissions Representatives and faculty members.
  • Directed daily operations of the computer center Facilitated a team in establishing the university s Internet connection.
  • Contracted position overseeing the daily operations of the housekeeping and laundry departments at Venice Regional hospital.
  • Help to direct daily operations of childcare center while creating an educational and engaging environment.
  • Assisted in managing and overseeing daily operations of Housekeeping, Laundry and Recreation Departments.
  • Supervised the daily operations of the Radiology department including budgetary spending and FTE allocation.
  • Directed all daily operations of 250-acre, nationally recognized, not-for-profit education center.
  • Assumed overall responsibility for the daily operations and supervision of the residential programs.
  • Managed daily operations of quality care centers for the physically handicapped and elderly.
  • Oversee and manage daily operations of property management and ongoing program development.
  • Supervised daily operations across a non-profit family violence and rape crisis center.
  • Managed daily operations and provided technical direction for large scale corporate events.
  • Directed daily operations to include scheduling, budgeting and monthly management reports.
  • Major Responsibilities: Management of center programs and activities in daily operations.
  • Supervised daily operations of Child Development Center including all public relations.
  • Assisted HJC Athletic Director in coordination and supervision of daily operations.
  • Supervised and administrated the daily operations of licensed day care center.

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8. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Developed and integrated all company policies and procedures related to quality assurance and compliance to guarantee all licensing requirements were met.
  • Assisted Executive Director in overall daily operation of the community in accordance with government regulations, company policies and procedures.
  • Advised company managers regarding human resource/employment relations issues as related to the company policies and state and federal law.
  • Responded and resolved any questions received via telephone or email regarding accounts and company policies.
  • Ensured compliance with company policies and government regulations affecting personnel and payroll procedures.
  • Tour facility and implement company policies.
  • Support the Center Director in holding team accountable for active compliance with all federal, state and company policies and regulations.
  • Maintained annual reviews, necessary discipline and compliance with company policies for several employees that worked directly under my supervision.
  • Maintained employee files for staff of 20 in accordance to company policies and the Department of Human Services licensing regulations.
  • Protect employees & company tangible and intangible assets against theft, diversion, and sabotage through enforcement of company policies.
  • Managed tanning professionals to achieve salon monthly sales goals, implement marketing programs, and comply with company policies.
  • Partner with teachers to implement curriculum and enhancements in classrooms and trained new employees on company policies and standards.
  • Review all tenants files (move-in, move-out, re-certification) for compliance with program regulations and company policies.
  • Created terminations, layoff, and, separation agreements, unemployment claims and adherence of company policies and procedures.
  • Manage the school in conformance with all state/local regulations and Company policies, procedures, programs and processes.
  • Ensured all company policies and procedures were adhered to as well as financial aspects of nursing home.
  • Ensured that company policies, state licensing standards, health and safety codes and procedures are met.
  • Train new employees on company policies and procedures, as well as OSHA requirements and standards.
  • Train new employees in northern Indiana in health and safety best practices as per company policies.
  • Follow State and Federal accreditation, company policies and regulations consistent with the highest ethical standards.

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9. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Executed all direct mail, email and telemarketing solicitation efforts and planned and coordinated special events.
  • Improved profitability of special events; designed and programmed and implemented computerized application for event billing.
  • Expanded organizational outreach through implementing a multifaceted marketing approach for various projects and special events.
  • Planned special events to support development of positive peer relationships and to encourage community engagement.
  • Conducted and coordinated scheduled activities and special events for a senior living community.
  • Facilitated information sessions, planned and implemented student orientation sessions and special events.
  • Developed and implemented all educational programming and special events for the organization.
  • Managed special events and established and maintained relationships with city government officials.
  • Plan and coordinate and facilitate special events for participants and community members.
  • Promoted and distributed information to the community concerning special events and activities.
  • Coordinated special events on campus related to recruiting and on-campus interviews.
  • Prepared monthly parent newsletters and calendars including visitors and special events.
  • Coordinated special events and other projects designed to recruit prospective students.
  • Project and event management including multiple special events and fundraisers.
  • Schedule special events and activities that are developmentally appropriate.
  • Coordinated and supervised all special events and fund-raisers.
  • Supervised daily special events proposals and function contracts.
  • Planned and executed numerous special events and fundraisers.
  • Coordinated bi-annual advisory meetings and other special events.
  • Developed monthly outing and special events calendars.

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10. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Developed age appropriate lesson plans and activities to increase social interaction and educational development in accordance with Keystone Five Star guidelines.
  • Prepare a successful learning environment using self-made weekly lesson plans incorporating age appropriate toys and materials for educational purposes.
  • Detail-oriented and organized assistant director focused on evaluating student progression and adapting lesson plans to facilitate learning and growth.
  • Ensured proper implementation of proprietary learning curriculum by reviewing lesson plans and mentoring teachers within the classroom.
  • Aligned lesson plans & activities with common core standards and communicated curriculum implementation to site facilitators.
  • Crafted comprehensive and informative lesson plans, emphasizing clear presentation, innovative formats and engaging activities.
  • Created lesson plans, developed lectures, planned purchasing requirements and monitored weekly production schedules.
  • Prepared and administer lesson plans for medical assistant and medical billing and coding curriculum.
  • Oversee implementation of daily lesson plans, including daily preparation of center environments.
  • Initiated Lesson Plans and organized daily activities for multicultural children and families.
  • Developed lesson plans which entail educational and recreational activities for children.
  • Design interactive lesson plans targeting individual learning gaps and aptitudes.
  • Prepare weekly curriculum and lesson plans for development activities.
  • Enhanced corporate curriculum and approved weekly lesson plans.
  • Review curriculum/ lesson plans implemented within each program.
  • Supervised curriculum and provided feedback on lesson plans.
  • Prepare and implement developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Approved individual classroom lesson plans and curriculum
  • Implemented national programs * Coordinate, implement, and supervise activities for ages 5 and up * Prepare daily/weekly lesson plans.
  • Implemented daily class lesson plans, conducted parent-teachers conferences offered academic guidance for students in math, reading and major subjects.

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11. Oversight

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Here's how Oversight is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Participated in team expansion strategy as area of oversight grew and ability to market this consultancy service to outside companies increased.
  • Conducted vendor contract negotiations and provided administrative oversight for marketing content syndication, agency locator, and marketing asset catalog.
  • Performed moderately complex management or oversight of activities for daily operation of the Planning Department and Performance Analysis and Reporting.
  • Provided functional oversight to representatives, and reviewed casework to ensure delivery of optimum level of services to clients.
  • Provide oversight to supervise apartment programs for individuals with developmental disabilities and to supervise quality of support services provided.
  • Provide fiscal and contractual oversight for 5 weatherization sub-grantee agencies verification, cash management, and capital inventory management.
  • Provided regulatory oversight for information management and records auditing to ensure compliance required by federal and state agencies.
  • Provided administrative oversight for the Coding, Transcription and Record Processing divisions of the Health Information Management Department.
  • Track progression of current declared nursing students and provide data to executive director and faculty with departmental oversight.
  • Maintained supervision over 50 staff members while providing fiscal oversight for program budgets and facility management.
  • Managed the awarding and oversight of contracts for training initiatives and evaluated and monitored contractor services.
  • Provide facility oversight in the absence of the Director, including budgetary management and account reconciliation.
  • Reorganized department, which allowed better management oversight, improved team performance and reduced potential risk.
  • Hired to provide financial and operational oversight of programs to this rapidly expanding membership base.
  • Provide oversight to individuals with psychiatric, intellectual and developmental disabilities in a residential setting.
  • Develop yearly budgets and provide financial oversight to ensure fiscal responsibility throughout the year.
  • Serve as department's CFO with oversight of Facilities Management business and administrative operations.
  • Facilitated project oversight, assuring quality, timeliness, safety and adherence to budget.
  • Provide development, oversight and implementation of all department assessment procedures and projects.
  • Organized, approved and maintained oversight of emergency and annual maintenance repair projects.

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12. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Utilized creative lesson planning, curriculum development, classroom management and discipline skills to provide learning environments for children.
  • Coordinated all non-credit ESL programs for local and international students including curriculum development and supervising instructors.
  • Provided instruction and assistance to Lead Teachers including curriculum development, classroom management and discipline techniques.
  • Supported project planning and curriculum development initiatives through identification and documentation of services requiring updating/improvement.
  • Managed and trained four teacher assistants who provided curriculum development and career coaching to students.
  • Planned Curriculum development workshops, and deputized for the director in community outreach events.
  • Assisted director with supervision of staff and curriculum development of infant-toddler and preschool program.
  • Conducted distance e-Learning project throughout state of Georgia, including curriculum development and teaching.
  • Oversee staff orientation and ongoing team development, curriculum development and training objectives.
  • Managed enrichment programs including planning, curriculum development, scheduling and staffing.
  • Monitor age-appropriate curriculum development/implementation in Infant, Pre-K, & School-Age rooms.
  • Supervised five classrooms, overseeing curriculum development and managing staff of teachers.
  • Assisted in curriculum development, student discipline, and professional development.
  • Assisted in initial development of center* Curriculum development* Staff development and training
  • Facilitated student leadership, curriculum development, and community planning teams.
  • Led Curriculum Development Committee and am contributing author for Employment Curriculum.
  • Coached new teachers in curriculum development consistent with center guidelines.
  • Assisted in the evaluation of educational materials and curriculum development.
  • Created and implemented daily curriculum development and family communication.
  • Provided leadership, program planning support and curriculum development.

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13. Human Resources

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Here's how Human Resources is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Executed human resources functions associated with employee relations, personnel administration, benefits management, talent acquisition, and performance management.
  • Direct oversight of airport security programs and operations and responsible for business management functions including human resources, finance and procurement.
  • Developed, implemented and maintained consistent internal tracking procedures in order to streamline reporting and efficiently manage human resources.
  • Managed overall operations of a 37 bed Assisted Living center *Accounting *Human Resources *Marketing *Financial reporting *Monitored regulatory compliance
  • Developed documentation for 12 community colleges on human resources/benefit administration of new HRIS product (PeopleSoft).
  • Provided direct supervision over team of human resources professionals & oversight of daily activities involving personnel procedures.
  • Promoted to Assistant director, additionally responsible for staffing/human resources, curriculum planning, and enrollment.
  • Managed all SEHS and business operations including financial management, budget administration, and human resources.
  • Develop resolution recommendations to consortium employees and follow-up with the Human Resources Office for implementation process.
  • Coordinate and manage human resources policies and procedures including hiring and executing disciplinary action procedures.
  • Developed, interpreted and implemented Library District and Human Resources Department policies and procedures.
  • Planned and coordinated various training, organizational development, and human resources initiatives.
  • Maintain attendance records and submit verification as required to Department of Human Resources.
  • Developed and maintained relationships with other Human Resources Administration vendors and community providers.
  • Collaborated with Corporate Human Resources in the selection of qualified personnel.
  • Communicated with human resources regarding staff performance and questions.
  • Participated also in a Human Resources internship program.
  • Performed Human Resources tasks with strict confidentiality.
  • Ensured programs to prevent and detect internal theft are followed in all departments and assisting on Human Resources on Union issues.
  • Designed and implemented a comprehensive Human Resources Audit to ensure ongoing compliance in all Agency, State and Federally required areas.

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14. Alumni

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Here's how Alumni is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Leveraged industry standard best practices as a way to motivate and encourage alumni participation while providing ongoing support and training.
  • Connected with and cultivated alumni business leaders to bring in funding and key professional education programming for students and alumni.
  • Developed and maintained programs to increase engagement of alumni members, internal and external stakeholders.
  • Motivated alumni and friends to give back to Marietta College and generated community interest.
  • Prepared detailed schedules for the program and maintained relationships with summer academy alumni.
  • Mentored and guided the Student Alumni Association in programming and student philanthropy initiatives.
  • Conceived of alumni publications pieces and managed production of project with university support.
  • Developed and built an alumni-admissions volunteer program consisting of over 75 volunteers.
  • Networked and fostered relationships with employers to create employment opportunities for students/alumni.
  • Develop and run campaigns to encourage participation and support among alumni.
  • Developed online affinity service targeting top-tier collegiate alumni associations.
  • Participated in alumni and friends cultivation and solicitation activities.
  • Maintain alumni support for departmental programs and University initiatives.
  • Developed the Alumni Association logo and creative marketing materials.
  • Provided career development services to alumni and students.
  • Created proposals for support tailored to individual alumni.
  • Organized Student Scholarship Luncheon during alumni weekend.
  • Maintained alumni relations, database and activities.
  • Created content for print/digital alumni communications.
  • Researched and formed alumni board recommendations.

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15. Training Programs

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Participated in professional development training programs
  • Networked and communicated with Montgomery County businesses and training programs in seeking paid and volunteer employment opportunities for individuals with Autism.
  • Coordinated with senior leadership to establish education and training programs including simulation training/demonstrations, individual instructional presentations, and written exercises.
  • Managed national compensation programs; coordinated training programs; handled EEO reporting; recruited and interviewed for corporate and national positions.
  • Implemented, coordinated and facilitated numerous training programs designed for every level of employee from newly hired representatives to experienced managers.
  • Assisted Director in managing small business incubator, job training programs and DrugElimination program components of a comprehensive non-profit agency.
  • Developed and implemented several training programs specializing in quality guest services helped hotel achieve both profits and guest satisfaction.
  • Managed, developed, coordinated, and monitored various comprehensive training programs at the departmental and organizational levels.
  • Developed and implemented supervisory system for home office associated persons, including implementation of training programs and processes.
  • Developed comprehensive training programs and seminars, which delivered to supervisors, technical employees and management personal.
  • Develop Mentoring and Training Programs to assist new admissions representatives with interview techniques and enrollment procedures.
  • Developed and implemented four training programs for approximately 60 servers to increase proper service standards.
  • Developed and provided training programs for medical, executive, administrative and facility security staff.
  • Developed and implemented enterprise training programs to streamline reporting of billable incident services increasing profitability.
  • Designed and implemented training programs for clients and also administered fitness assessments and nutritional counseling.
  • Facilitated leadership and training programs for College volunteers to staff retreats throughout Worcester County.
  • Provided internal and external training programs on current and updated regulatory practices and programs.
  • Developed and implemented company training programs - Assisted in the hiring and evaluation of personnel
  • Assisted a company's operations of residential and training programs for developmentally disabled residents.
  • Design and implementation of training programs in partnership with employers and other community stakeholders.

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16. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Tracked daily activities and academic progress of students and communicated constantly with students, parents, academic faculty and administrators.
  • Executed daily activities by managing staff members and program participants, both independently and while under Director supervision.
  • Supervised children and assisted in teaching educational curriculum, Planned daily activities, and Maintained a clean environment
  • Monitor and oversee daily activities to ensure proper evaluation, allocation and recording of all electronic payments.
  • Developed an extensive training program, which included producing training manuals to assist Supervisors with daily activities.
  • Guided and assisted staff with daily activities* Maintained open communication with parents associated with daycare activities.
  • Assisted director in daily program operations; supervised and assisted counselors and campers in daily activities.
  • Managed daily activities of fitness center staff- Handled bookkeeping, general maintenance, and customer relations
  • Maintained most and almost all parent communication for daily activities and behavior related occurrences.
  • Assist director with developing and implementing daily activities for staff and individuals supported.
  • Substitute teachers, elaborated and implemented curriculum, helped teachers with daily activities.
  • Coordinate daily activities of investigative division to enhance achievement of work objectives.
  • Developed and implemented after-school programs and supervised daily activities at youth center.
  • Documented and recorded daily activities and created and preserved meticulous archival materials.
  • Discussed daily activities and notified parents of any complications and/or incidents.
  • Administered federal government contracts and grants and managed their daily activities.
  • Assist director with daily tasks*Address parental questions and concerns*Manage daily activities
  • Supervised and monitored daily activities of Vocational Counselor and Caseworker.
  • Supervised daily activities of circulation and technical services staff.
  • Designed and facilitated daily activities for day campers.

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17. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Provided classification and compensation services including job descriptions, payroll data entry, pay plan maintenance and recommendations.
  • Handled Payroll* Data Entry* Handled administrative duties/organized files* Full cycle recruiting* Created monthly detailed event calendars
  • Performed data entry and data review of property records entered in automated supply systems.
  • Maintain integrity of information distributed and collected, ensure accurate data entry.
  • Supervised accounts receivable, data entry/billing, customer service/telemarketing and shipping/receiving departments.
  • Conducted data entry and completed payroll in corporate database.
  • Supervised program coordinator, data entry staff/graduate assistants.
  • Monitored performance of data entry after implementation.
  • Supervised six data entry and administrative staff.
  • Experienced with AS400 system - data entry of employee hire, wage and benefit management, processed all termination information.
  • Coordinate processing, verification, awarding, data entry, student advising, and loan transmission responsibilities of the office.
  • Managed data entry and database tracking of clients served: gathering, entering and maintaining client information and relevant data.
  • Assisted with all functions of managing the facility to ensure optimal success, employee retention/training/and staffing, all recording/data entry.
  • Managed a department of 11 including one analyst, two data entry supervisors, and eight data entry clerks.
  • Work with DFACS to ensure eligibility for GA CAPS students, including documentation and data entry into the system.
  • Maintained data entry for all students and staff such as enrollment files, contact information, and incident reports.
  • Provide guidance/capacity building to funded partners for indicator reporting and review data entry for online M&E platform.
  • Assist Management Assistant with Data entry for the Disability Review Team of Physicians who determines NJ Medicaid Disability Cases.
  • Performed evaluations of program impact and demographics as well as data entry and analysis for attendance and program changes.
  • Determined student placement, processed client payments, updated records, collections, data entry and customer service.

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18. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Initiated and executed special projects while ensuring all federal and state regulations and requirements of compliance and accreditation were attained.
  • Prepared capital requests and justification for all new equipment and DHEC paperwork to register new projects/equipment per State regulations.
  • Review and interpret state regulations and procedure in order to ensure facility safety, security and maintenance.
  • Followed all policies and procedures including discipline procedure in accordance with agency and state regulations.
  • Performed classroom observations ensuring state regulations and company policies and procedures were being maintained.
  • Reviewed and evaluated facility activities to ensure conformance to OSHA and state regulations.
  • Determine office processing procedures to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Established quality management systems to ensure compliance with Delaware state regulations.
  • Ensured all state regulations were followed regarding curriculum and safety.
  • Prepared weekly activity reports in compliance with state regulations.
  • Developed curriculum while ensuring school complies with state regulations.
  • Endured all state regulations corresponded with business records.
  • Comply with Registered Ministry and State regulations.
  • Followed state regulations for salon cleanliness.
  • Train new employees, prepare snacks and meals, enforce state regulations and maintain a clean and healthy environment for children.
  • Assisted in the development and implementation of agency policy on behavioral health policies in compliance with Federal and State regulations.
  • Facilitate weekly groups and track, report writing, building maintenance, maintained file records as required by state regulations.
  • Assist director in daily duties including; ensuring state regulations are met, taking in payments, and observing teachers.
  • Ensured compliance with state regulations of service providers and develop plan of action for corrections required by quality assurance assessments.
  • Administered all necessary policies, procedures and protocols to ensure the university's compliance with applicable federal and state regulations.

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19. Staff Scheduling

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Here's how Staff Scheduling is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Input financial reports *Update enrollment reports *Staff scheduling *Conduct staff meetings *Conduct staff observations *Create marketing techniques to improve enrollment
  • Identified and implemented specific programs to facilitate staff efficiency via management communication, staff scheduling and supportive initiatives.
  • Staff scheduling*Budget*Supervisor of 10-12 employees*Correspondence with parents*Step Up to Quality*NAC certification*Job and Family Services paperwork
  • Implemented infection control, restorative/restraint procedures, staff scheduling and quality control programs.
  • Key responsibilities include coordinating library work studies and assisting with staff scheduling.
  • Managed daily operations and staff scheduling for multiple locations.
  • Directed staff scheduling and ratio according to Maryland regulations.
  • Monitored staff scheduling and secured substitutes when necessary.
  • Managed and organized staff scheduling.
  • Coordinated staff scheduling for department.
  • Managed 50+ associates, coordinated monthly associate and safety training meetings, staff scheduling and the completion of weekly budget reports.
  • Managed staff scheduling, interviewing, evaluations, disciplinary actions, hiring and termination process, payroll, and department budgeting.
  • Staff scheduling with an emphasis on maintaining teacher to child ratios, according to age, mandated by state licensing requirements.
  • Communicated with other administrators and parents, administered staff scheduling, managed employees, filing, billing, greet parents,
  • Enabled smooth center communications between customers, management, and staff including staff scheduling, classroom management and family relations.
  • Supervised and coordinated the day to day unit operations, staff scheduling, and functioned as preceptor for new nurses.
  • Assisted in staff scheduling for the center, ensuring that classroom duties were fulfilled and ratios were maintained.
  • Staff scheduling, applicant interviews, hiring, evaluations, (EKG, EEG & ECHO Technicians).
  • Conducted Staff Scheduling, Hiring employees, touring prospective parents, Completing general office and clerical duties.
  • Prepare and oversee the maintenance of attendance, staff scheduling, activity planning, and personnel records.

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20. Staff Training

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Here's how Staff Training is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Developed grants and proposals; selected and evaluated educational materials and instructional tools; coordinated staff training and development programs.
  • Implemented ongoing staff training programs and educational sessions based on contemporary restorative practices and a collaborative crisis intervention model.
  • Develop and implement innovative staff training programs including monthly in-service training for professional and paraprofessional staff.
  • Developed and implemented unique staff training and morale programming to improve employee resilience and customer satisfaction.
  • Developed department staff training manuals and conducted mandatory annual staff training and competency assessment.
  • Coordinated behavioral accountability process; staff training, monitored program evaluation schedules and process.
  • Developed, coordinated and monitored staff training, quality assurance and policy and procedures.
  • Coordinated and/or conducted staff training and provided crisis management for staff and consumers.
  • Provide ongoing staff training; develop partnerships and collaborations with other organizations.
  • Developed and conducted staff training on assessments, observations and facility safety.
  • Developed and managed staff training programs for Processing and Special Procedures laboratories.
  • Assisted the Director in designing staff training and developing programming initiatives.
  • Supervised, evaluated, and implemented staff training and development activities.
  • Implemented staff training and introduced procedural guidelines for best practices.
  • Staff training for implementation of behavior plans and individualized programs.
  • Organized for corporate executives and staff training and development seminars.
  • Coordinated summer programs, staff training/development, and billing/account management.
  • Promoted staff training and orientation through planning and implementation.
  • Assisted Director of Services with implementing/participating in staff training.
  • Developed and implemented Residential Life staff training in-services.

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21. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Developed, cultivated and stewarded relationships with prospective donors, including phone calls and one-on-one meetings ending in solicitation of gifts.
  • Performed general office duties such as receiving phone calls, preparing correspondence utilizing word processor and maintaining correspondence files.
  • Performed general clerical responsibilities including typing, filing, answering and directing phone calls.
  • Conducted telephone calls and schedule appointments with interested prospective students.
  • Provide excellent customer service skills to parents and family members through phone calls, face to face conversations, or email.
  • Managed a call center that handled both external client/member phone calls and internal matrix partner phone calls or electronic service requests.
  • Received visitors and telephone calls, referring callers to appropriate specialist or answering questions and providing material in response to requests.
  • Assisted in the daily needs of the center such as filing, answering phone calls, and program support and implementation.
  • Performed routine clerical duties such as filing records, answering phone calls, and providing updates to event and campus information.
  • Manage wide-range of office and customer support tasks, including processing payments and managing the department emails and phone calls.
  • Performed duties such as typing/word processing, mail preparation, copying, distribution, telephone calls, and travel orders.
  • Assisted director with duties as but not limited to answering phone calls, keeping daily records of children's progress.
  • Assisted in managing approximately 500 campers in High School Girls Division (including parent phone calls and disciplinary conversations).
  • Answered all phone calls and letters from offenders and their families, researched the problem and resolved the issue.
  • Answered all phone calls and places order for customers as well as shipped and received merchandise for all orders.
  • Performed clerical duties such as phone calls, schedule appointments for tours, keeping student files and immunization forms.
  • Received and screened a high volume of internal and external communications, including email, mail and phone calls.
  • Greeted and assisted all visitors, responded to all telephone calls and letters, ordered and stocked supplies.
  • Handled incoming and outgoing phone calls for the office; translated contracts, letters, and other documents.
  • Recruited students from area high schools via media correspondence, on-site visits, phone calls, and mailings.

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22. Day-To-Day Operations

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Here's how Day-To-Day Operations is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Managed day-to-day operations of several Medical/Psychiatric Clinics and Telecommunication departments.
  • Conducted outdoor youth leadership education programs and private charter outings, and streamlined day-to-day operations in non for profit organization.
  • Lead day-to-day operations for academic programming and faculty services for 20+ academic undergraduate, graduate and clinical doctoral programs.
  • Maintain day-to-day operations of the business-scheduled employees hours-keep client attendance-weekly menu-answer client inquires-maintain daily reports-balanced bank accounts-paid bills.
  • Provided business review presentations to senior management, independently negotiated new supplier contracts, and oversaw day-to-day operations.
  • Developed, implemented and evaluated goals and objectives to effectively manage day-to-day operations of the FSC.
  • Supervised day-to-day operations including management of the staff, effectively communicating expectations and responsibilities.
  • Ensured optimal performance of day-to-day operations including management of sales leads and database.
  • Assisted Director with day-to-day operations, including ordering, special functions and sanitation.
  • Assisted school director in maintaining efficient and effective day-to-day operations of the organization.
  • Directed Modelers of all LACCD Campuses with day-to-day operations of facilities management.
  • Assisted director with all aspects of day-to-day operations of a state licensed Preschool/Daycare
  • Supported the day-to-day operations of a regional network of ambulatory surgery centers.
  • Managed day-to-day operations of a living/learning community of over 650 students.
  • Assisted Director of department in day-to-day operations and budgeting of department.
  • Lead Employer Relations Team in day-to-day operations and strategic planning initiatives.
  • Supervised Eight Personnel * Managed Business Office * Managed Day-to-Day Operations
  • Manage day-to-day operations in a fast paced Congressional Security Office.
  • Monitor day-to-day operations of center* Prepare lesson plans* Payroll* Menus* Attendance
  • Assisted Director with day-to-day operations of a Respiratory Care Department

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23. Annual Budget

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Here's how Annual Budget is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Prepare annual budget and monitor revenue and expenses and implement corrective measures to ensure effective fiscal responsibility.
  • Prepared an Annual Budget in all areas of responsibility and ensured effective application of annual budget parameters.
  • Developed and implemented quality assurance procedures for operations of nightly DOD budget cycle during annual budget preparations.
  • Maintained annual budget while monitoring attendance, activities planning and personnel reports for center director.
  • Develop and manage annual budgets for the organization and perform periodic cost and productivity analyses.
  • Prepare operations annual budget document and presentation; oversee department's overall budget and expenditures.
  • Focused on annual budgets analyzing employer contributions and reports; and compiling statistical data.
  • Generated the required revenue to sustain facility operations within the allotted annual budget.
  • Prepared annual budgets and monthly financial analysis for review by senior level management.
  • Helped to develop annual budgets and maintaining accurate accounting records using QuickBooks.
  • Assist in annual budget preparation and monthly monitoring and evaluation process.
  • Assisted registry director in formulating annual budgets and conducted budget analysis.
  • Developed and operated within annual budget of given amount.
  • Prepared and evaluated annual budget requests & expenditures.
  • Provided statistical weekly reports and annual budget preparations.
  • Developed annual budget requests and monitors expenditures.
  • Created annual budget and monitored financial developments.
  • Prepared and managed annual budget including federal grants
  • Developed annual budget and managed departmental staff.
  • Managed division annual budget and expenditure tracking.

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24. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Provided eligibility counseling and academic support to student to ensure compliance with University, Conference, and National requirements.
  • Provide staff with clinical and administrative supervision; develop monthly statistical reports; ensure compliance with federal funding regulations.
  • Served as liaison between Federal program officers and state government representatives to ensure compliance with program guidelines.
  • Evaluated and amended housing policies and protocols for crisis response to ensure compliance with updated university protocols.
  • Conducted quarterly inspections of Washington, DC area airports to ensure compliance with federally mandated security programs.
  • Liaised with academic and administrative departments to ensure compliance standards and follow-through on applications and prompt responses.
  • Review all contracts to ensure compliance with district insurance, indemnification and waivers of liability requirements.
  • Monitored activities of resident facilities to ensure compliance with agency, licensing and accreditation standards.
  • Reviewed documentation of counselors and therapists to ensure compliance with ethical guidelines and standards.
  • Completed regular file audits as necessary to ensure compliance with all regulatory agencies.
  • Reviewed and evaluated facility activities to ensure compliance with state regulatory guidelines.
  • Facilitated monthly meetings to ensure compliance with grant regulations and project objectives.
  • Maintain optimal hardware and software documentation to ensure compliance of licensing agreements.
  • Performed physical and administrative property audits to ensure compliance with company standards.
  • Verified member institution integrity and ensure compliance with NCAA legislation.
  • Managed center staffing to ensure compliance with state-regulated child/staff ratios.
  • Participate in budget development and ensure compliance with contractual expenditures.
  • Coordinated program activities to ensure compliance with federal guidelines.
  • Managed day-to-day branch operational activities to ensure compliance.
  • Review and ensure compliance with Medicare regulatory policies.

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25. Project Management

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Here's how Project Management is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Project Management - successfully directed several medium to large development projects designed to integrate multiple source files into our standard products.
  • Provided administrative support, liaised with public relations consultants, legal counsel, and provided general project management and clerical support.
  • Developed a Customer Relation-Training Program, Data Project Management, Division Reporting, Budget Management and other duties as required.
  • Supported project management for purchase and implementation of automated instrument tracking system; project completed on time and under budget.
  • Develop a quality management system for the HTSC Project Management Portfolio promoting continual improvement and implementation of LEAN Principles.
  • Assist the Director of quality in the everyday management of design specifications, project management & customer communications.
  • Directed teams of administrative, creative, information technology and development professionals to lead the project management process.
  • Created an automated system for tracking construction project dates and milestones, resulting in more-effective project management.
  • Define project management framework for successful delivery of software application, infrastructure and cross-functional business projects.
  • Completed project management activities by gathering data and submitting reports according to contract grant requirements.
  • Project management and communicating related organizational information to the executive director and chapter leadership teams.
  • Provide construction estimating and project management to support various sized capital projects and maintenance operations.
  • Developed an extensive policy and procedure manual delineating grant specifications and general project management.
  • Managed a major improvement in project management skills and improved project management culture.
  • Provided back-up for the Senior Director of Administrative Operations and Project Management.
  • Institute event organization process to streamline project management and ensure accurate budgeting.
  • Developed comprehensive project management behavioral interviewing process for the Project Management Portfolio.
  • Directed project management and capital improvements to ensure meeting goals and budgets.
  • Developed performance standards and quality program guidelines for project management teams.
  • Assisted Building Director with project management tasks and communicated with subcontractors.

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26. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Manage student schedules to ensure all children are accounted for Manage student records for government reporting Publish student communications
  • Record and maintain student records depicting development progress.
  • Analyzed student records and reconciled with department managers.
  • Maintained student records according to licensing standards.
  • Maintained confidential faculty and student records.
  • Maintain student records including attendance/progress.
  • Draft student records for F 1 transfer students: Assist gathering required documentation for the processing of students' I-20 form.
  • Created and maintained employee schedules, hourly classroom ratio counts, daily attendance, student records, and employee files.
  • Oversee the everyday routines of maintaining and preparing student records including transcript requests, deferment forms, and immunization records.
  • Conducted market research, wrote catalog content, maintained student records, planned events and recruited students for international study programs
  • Fulfilled assigned projects for school director including maintenance of student records and serving in the capacity of school registrar.
  • Initiated, reviewed, processed, and followed-up in a timely matter on actions related to student records and.
  • Maintained student records, processed payroll, organized classroom events, maintained classroom budgets and established parent relations.
  • Maintain accurate and complete student records; prepare reports on children and activities as required by state laws.
  • Assist the Educational Director in writing curriculum, maintaining databases, and monitoring and managing student records.
  • Created weekly spreadsheets, checklist, newsletters, and lesson plans and maintained confidential student records.
  • Record keeping: incident reports, referral forms, employee and student records, emergency contacts.
  • Assist Director in database management of family applications, student records, and financial matters.
  • Managed and maintained student records; maintained weekly deposits; input and distributed weekly payroll.
  • Increased the efficiency of data storage, including the update and collection of student records

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27. New Clients

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Here's how New Clients is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Coordinated intake process of new clients seeking drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
  • Increased profitability by acquiring new clients.
  • Manage a state licensed daycare center, process billing, work within a budget, and sell services to new clients.
  • Screened new clients and maintained client attendance records according to the State of Illinois Department of Human Services regulations and standards.
  • Enroll new clients, hold staff meetings, parent conferences * Data entry, answering phones * Teaching infants and toddlers
  • Keep the facility clean and safe for the children, answer phones, and enroll new clients into the program.
  • Gained 20% new clients by winning proposal competitions, and won a two hundred thousand-budget case for company.
  • Key result - Encouraged staff to develop system service levels exceeding expectations and garnering new clients for the business
  • Assisted program director with interviewing and selecting qualified staff, enrolling new clients, and organizing activities.
  • Assist new clients with the paperwork they need and once complete transfer data to the computer.
  • Scheduled appointments, signed up new clients, created and maintained client folders and binders.
  • Introduced new clients to the clinic's programs with a closing rate of 70%.
  • Maintained new business with prospecting new clients while giving a tour of the facility.
  • Create in house bridal shows and work outside bridal shows to increase new clients.
  • Handled fitness assessments and body composition tests for prospective new clients and gym members.
  • Established and build relationships with clients to ensure repeat customers and new clients.
  • Conduct fitness consultations for new clients to assess and recommend personal training programs.
  • Assisted in the development of sales documents and presentations to prospective new clients.
  • Oversee medical appointments of patients and conducting interviews of potential new clients.
  • Check email with timely response to potentially new clients and corporate inquiries.

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28. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Trained event volunteers in multiple safety considerations and instructed in CPR procedures.
  • Qualified Medication Administration Personnel, CPR/First aid Certified.
  • Maintained state required annual certifications in CPR/First Aid
  • Prepare lesson plans CPR/First Aid Certification
  • Marketed, scheduled, and provided First Aid and CPR training to West Michigan employers on a contract basis.
  • Maintain office supply inventory and order as needed.CPR Program Coordination: oversaw all day-to-day activities of BFMC CPR program.
  • Certified staff in first aid and CPR and designed the safety manual for teaching tricks and skills to students.
  • Teach CPR and CPR renewal class to all employees including nursing, security, maintenance, and dining staff.
  • Conducted safety audits to ensure student staff understood their role in performing CPR, AED, and First Aid.
  • Certified in PPE, Medication Administration, CPR, First Aid, Dietary Needs and Fire Safety and Choking.
  • Maintained a Current First Aid and CPR with special attention to Shaken Baby Syndrome and Infant/Toddler Brain Development.
  • Train and certify new staff members, volunteer coaches in American Red Cross First Aid/Adult & Child CPR.
  • Required to be CPR and First Aid certified and maintained 18 hours of professional development a year.
  • Maintained requirements for Health & Safety training classes, as well as CPR classes for all employees.
  • Certified in First Aid and CPR, Daily Health Observation and YMCA of the USA Training Certification.
  • Helped with preparing required documents for CPR and First Aid classes as well as event planning.
  • Maintained certifications for school use: Travis County Certified Food Handler certification, CPR and First Aid
  • Completed CPR, First aide training and all State requirements for fire drills and evacuation of children
  • Earned Life Saving Award in 2010 for rendering lifesaving assistance (CPR) at the workplace.
  • Obtained and maintain valid CPR, First Aid, Fingerprint Clearance, and Food Handlers Card.

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29. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Reviewed and implemented enforcement legal requirements as necessary to maintain OSHA-approved state plan status under the Director & Legal Counsel.
  • Completed workplace safety investigations and made recommendations for compliance with OSHA.
  • Developed safety plan in compliance with OSHA standards, oversaw annual training in Blood Borne Pathogens, Hazard Communication and Emergency Response
  • Guaranteed compliance with the Department of health and safety, the Joint Commission, OSHA, and state and federal agencies.
  • Implemented a system to compile employee files and training documentation according to OSHA and Washington State Labor and Industry Standards.
  • Reviewed the payroll tax returns and prepare the disability reports, the workmen's compensation reports and the OSHA 200.
  • Ensured safety and function of all Head Start facilities and compliance with ADA, OSHA and other laws and regulations.
  • Educated employees on OSHA infection prevention guidelines and ensured a safe, responsive workplace by leading patient safety initiatives.
  • Developed programs, directives and policies for safety & health compliance guidelines to achieve consistent application of OSHA standards.
  • Completed monthly inspections of facility as it pertained to OSHA, Life Safety, and Joint Commission regulations.
  • Assist leadership with compliance with all OSHA regulations and other local, state, and federal government regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with health, safety, The Joint Commission, OSHA, and industry regulatory agencies.
  • Approved all stages of production while meeting OSHA, FDA, and company's regulations and standards.
  • Supervised and coordinated OSHA inspectors in conducting on site evaluations of employee safety and health working conditions.
  • Train staff by following OSHA and hotel guidelines for the safe handling of all housekeeping chemicals and equipment
  • Conducted monthly In-Service training for all staff on fire safety, OSHA and related safety topics EARLY CAREER
  • Assisted in implementing a new hiring and orientation process which decreased turnover and increased safety OSHA standards.
  • Evaluated and maintained policies and procedures that are in compliance with OMH, Medicaid/Medicare, and OSHA.
  • Prepare for any OSHA inspection by ensuring that all documentation is correct and up to date.
  • Ensured compliance with appropriate infection prevention, safety, OSHA, Joint Commission and regulatory standards.

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30. Educational Programs

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Here's how Educational Programs is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Developed procedures to effectively evaluate educational programs resulting in recommendations and changes to the program content, delivery style and messaging.
  • Provide instructional and educational programs for children designed to stimulate their imagination, build confidence and promote physical wellness.
  • Established and maintained relationships on campus and in community to facilitate promotion of services and provide educational programs.
  • Developed and implemented educational programs/materials, computer procedures, marketing protocols for clinical services and quality assessment programs.
  • Initiate sensitive and confidential discussions concerning students, educational programs, financial conditions, and family status.
  • Developed and managed schools, conferences and other educational programs for bank operations and data processing personnel.
  • Provided Educational programs and therapeutically promote self awareness and independence in special needs children aged 3-10.
  • Communicated and coordinated with the Education Department to provide educational programs to maintain the staff competent.
  • Developed and implemented Evaluation and Educational programs for both Ambulatory Division Staff and the community.
  • Engage in community outreach and involvement with organizations, such as Baby2Baby and educational programs.
  • Analyzed survey information, and marketing research information, managed multiple large-scale educational programs simultaneously.
  • Provide guidance on planning and securing access to Educational Programs for at-risk students in Metro-Philadelphia.
  • Evaluate and coordinated programs and teaching skills to help develop successful educational programs.
  • Insured compliance and documentation of educational programs based on regulatory agency standards.
  • Produced and disseminate educational programs based on organization's operations and policies.
  • Marketed educational programs and special events through brochure distribution and public relations.
  • Work closely with students by administering evaluations and monitoring student educational programs.
  • Developed and ran educational programs to assist teens with academics.
  • Interacted with non-profit organizations for additional training and educational programs.
  • Developed and coordinated educational programs pertaining to health and nutrition.

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31. Program Development

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Here's how Program Development is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Program development included spearheading program design, marketing and communication efforts while collaborating with several university departments on overall implementation.
  • Program Development and Management *Direct the award-wining Alternative Break program and other global community-based learning experiences for American University.
  • Supported Director in center operations by focusing on program development, communication through newsletters and email marketing, and interviewing
  • Worked independently and collaboratively to plan and manage events supported by the Program Development and Enrichment Unit.
  • Work closely with the Senior Associate Director regarding strategic planning, program development and continuous quality improvement.
  • Utilize survey, assessment, administrative and quality-related data to promote/amend existing program development and communication vehicles.
  • Facilitated staff development, program development, parent education and innovation of special methods and approaches.
  • Served on selection committees responsible for interviewing and hiring appropriate candidates for our Program Development team.
  • Program development and management i.e., monthly in-service presentations, and development of special interest groups.
  • Create a model with university development for long term sustainability of program development and financial security.
  • Utilize current best practices and emerging research to guide program development and organizational research agenda.
  • Provided facility design research, camp program development, and management of departmental work-study staff.
  • Supervised RCL 12 community group home clinician/supervisors, assisted program development in RCL 14 facility
  • Analyzed research on cardiovascular and metabolic effects of exercise for use in program development.
  • Assisted in program development and implementation of Montessori preschool program for privately owned company.
  • Advanced rapidly from coordinator position based on program development and strong leadership skills.
  • Program Development including Electronic Documentation, Patient Satisfaction Programs and Staff Satisfaction Programs.
  • Managed internal operations and program development including clinical support and training of staff.
  • Provide training on performance/quality improvement, proactive risk assessment, and program development.
  • Monitored and studied trends in youth development to identify opportunities for program development.

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32. Conflict Resolution

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Here's how Conflict Resolution is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Develop and execute programmatic efforts for students centered around conflict resolution, ethical citizenship, civility, and community building.
  • Carried out program responsibilities; coordinated special events with local organizations; and performed parent/employee conflict resolution.
  • Mediated conflict resolution by communicating directly with individuals involved with problems and collaborating to develop solutions.
  • Developed and facilitated discussion groups on anger management, forgiveness, boundaries and conflict resolution.
  • Supervised Leadership Trainer at after-school Leadership Program emphasizing conflict resolution, communication skills and self-awareness.
  • Assisted Director with daily/monthly curriculum planning and execution, conflict resolution, and parent concerns.
  • Assisted members with conflict resolution and ensured consistent policy application in the resolution of issues.
  • Supervised alternative sentencing placements with Tuscaloosa County Municipal Court and Student Conflict Resolution Center.
  • Advised/counseled supervisors and managers regarding employee relations, conflict resolutions and other administrative matters.
  • Coordinated office services including training, scheduling, conflict resolution, housekeeping and maintenance.
  • Conduct conflict resolution and mediation with students; conduct crisis management interventions with students.
  • Demonstrate conflict management, conflict resolution, planning, communicating and evaluating skills.
  • Provided counseling services focusing on conflict resolution, violence prevention and pregnancy prevention.
  • Assisted Director in mentoring, mediation, conflict resolution and planning extracurricular activities.
  • Facilitated coordination of program efforts and day-to-day activities, communication and conflict resolution.
  • Generated social behavior and personal interactions; educating students with conflict resolution abilities.
  • Provided managerial support, direct supervision and conflict resolution for supervisors and staff.
  • Performed disciplinary actions and conflict resolution Provided task delegation and support.
  • Assisted Director of Waiver Services with conflict resolutions that involved consumers/guardians/staff.
  • Facilitated camper and staff mediation through conflict resolution and problem solving.

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33. Special Projects

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Here's how Special Projects is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Managed special projects, including compiling projections, monitoring census, screening applicants for management positions and coordinating staff training.
  • Covered maternity leave, all administrative responsibilities, scheduling, accounting, educational services, special projects.
  • Accept assignments and special projects with flexibility and willingness to participate in activities that promote medical services.
  • Assist Director with development of specialized behavioral management or administrative programs, polices and/or special projects.
  • Planned and implemented special projects for recruitment, fund-raising, community involvement; research scholarship opportunities.
  • Assisted with special projects involving design and labor of property-enhancing landscapes and building enhancement projects.
  • Reported directly to and completed special projects for the Executive Director for Facilities Management.
  • Work directly with Principal Investigator on special projects, grant activity and department management.
  • Developed and directed several special projects which improved product quality and customer service.
  • Provided technical review of draft radiation health publications and performed special projects.
  • Assist University Administration in various special projects and analysis as needed.
  • Budget Analyst and Business Office Manager/coordinator of all special projects.
  • Worked on special projects for Vice President Clinical/Regulatory Affairs.
  • Facilitated special projects related to extramural funding as needed.
  • Performed special projects/assignments as delegated by the Executive Director.
  • Direct departmental special projects as requested by administration.
  • Designed schedules and regulated special projects.
  • Provided overall leadership on special projects.
  • Managed and coordinated special projects.
  • Worked closely with the assignment desk, the producers of newscasts, in charge of special projects, sports and weather.

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34. Facebook

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Here's how Facebook is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Leveraged social media by creating and implementing Facebook and Twitter campaigns to increase volunteer engagement.
  • Increased customer satisfaction and enrollment with design of company Web/Facebook Page.
  • Set record for number of hits on Indiana University Student TV's Facebook page upon the launch of the pilot episode.
  • Managed the University social networks on LinkedIn, Facebook and the University On-line Community which included event registrations and broadcast email.
  • Coordinated new student Facebook group and created twitter handle to increase applicant and prospective student awareness for admissions news and events.
  • Update and maintain preschool's website and Facebook pages, verifying all information on social media are accurate and appropriate.
  • Created, updates and maintains the EOTO Center Facebook Page to include all events, schedules, photos and announcements.
  • Introduced Facebook and Twitter to the Student Union, thereby creating a new avenue to promote the Student Union events.
  • Created and maintained the Facebook and Twitter accounts to help spread the word of the day to day production news.
  • Manage and update all social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter), blogging, and distribution of digital media.
  • Developed budget for print, radio, PCP, SEO, SEM, re-targeting, mobile and Facebook campaigns.
  • Oversee corporate video production and manage social media campaigns and content for blog, Google+, Facebook and Twitter.
  • Created and maintained the Office of Admissions Facebook and Twitter pages to maximize social media presence and marketing strategies.
  • Created and oversaw all social media outlets which accrued over 1,000 Likes on Facebook and 700 Followers on Twitter.
  • Increased use of social media including refurbishing the Facebook page has increased community awareness of services at the center.
  • Managed the museum's social media pages for Facebook and Twitter; quadrupled the number of followers and fans.
  • Administrated the Spec Day Camp Facebook page by uploading photos, producing videos, and writing posts.
  • Content management of company website, Facebook page, employee manual, staff orientation & parent handbook.
  • Operated and maintained all social media formats for Hampton University Alumni Networks(Facebook and Twitter).
  • Increased Facebook likes by more than 1,500 and Twitter followers by more than 1,700 over 18 months.

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35. Press Releases

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Here's how Press Releases is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Published press releases and with elevated access permission facilitated positioning of sensitive equipment and security representatives.
  • Conducted press conferences and issued press releases on environmental and consumer advocacy issues.
  • Performed on site production work, managed relations with artists and venues and wrote press releases, promotional and online captions.
  • Performed market research, correspondence with foreign heads of office and writing copy for newsletters, press releases and informational brochures.
  • Produce the copy and graphic design for press releases, statements, publications and all forms of media representing the gallery.
  • Assisted the Director of Media Relations in writing press releases and potential media questions Assisted with media check-in at speaking events
  • Manage and build client relationships through marketing efforts such as press releases, blog posts, and social media.
  • Produce and circulate press releases and publications in assorted mediums to communicate with membership, community, and media.
  • Oversee all press releases, media campaigns, promotional materials, website and social media content and branding efforts.
  • Curated, arranged, and installed all exhibits, supervised student workers, authored press releases and grant proposals.
  • Composed engaging press releases and reached out to new media sources, increasing media visibility by 30%.
  • Produce strategic plans, grant proposals, annual reports, press releases, Op-Eds, and related materials.
  • Input on all marketing materials including press kits, press releases, and radio and TV ad campaigns.
  • Work in close cooperation with the Executive Director to design and publish brochures, newsletters and press releases.
  • Drafted and distributed press releases to local and national print, radio and web media for gallery events.
  • Assist in preparing HTML for press releases, photos, and video for clients' newsroom websites.
  • Worked with communications department to draft press releases, handle press interviews and contributed to in-house magazine.
  • Participated in strategic plan; authored and edited newsletter, press releases, and annual report.
  • Produced and distributed numerous outreach tools such as brochures, newsletters, press releases and fliers.
  • Worked with local media outlets creating press releases, fielding inquiries and initiating special interest pieces.

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36. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Supervised professional and para-professional staff in an office/front desk setting.
  • Worked very closely with Housekeeping and Front Desk on daily basis making sure 318 hotel rooms were ready to be sold.
  • Assisted with the hiring, training, and scheduling of TigeRec staff, including Fitness Center front desk and lifeguard staff.
  • Trained and supervised 30 residence hall front desk attendants in the areas of conflict management, security, and customer service.
  • Worked closely with Owner Relations, Maintenance, and Front Desk which ensure maximum quality for guests and housekeeping standards.
  • Co-operated Banquet, Front Desk, and Dining Room operations along with, and in absence of, direct managers.
  • Developed membership staff resulting in promotions for 3 front desk staff members to leadership positions, including Member Relations Managers.
  • Oversee front desk operations: greet check-ins/check-outs, provide customer service, tours, and facilitate questions or concerns.
  • Managed and trained a front desk staff of 15 employees * Responsible, reliable, and versatile team player.
  • Assist other programs in the organization including serving as back up to the Front Desk position as needed.
  • Train new staff on front desk procedures and database management as it relates to membership and program enrollment.
  • Provide any needed office administration duties as pertaining to ordering supplies, filing and providing Front Desk support.
  • Train incoming front desk employees in the office computer system, Millennium, and the company sales script.
  • Train front desk employees on office administration and answering new customer inquiries to schedule trials and tours.
  • Supervised the hiring scheduling, training and evaluation of student workers for the College Center front desk.
  • Cross Trained with several hotel departments: Front Desk, Revenue Management, Housekeeping, Outlet Operations.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in telephone, e-mail, fax and front desk reception duties within high volume areas.
  • Assist Executive Director with daily operations of facility as well as supervise front desk and activities department.
  • Assist in the training of all front desk personnel, including creating company manual for various departments.
  • Supervised, hired, and trained Student Ambassador, Work-Study Students, and Front Desk Staff.

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37. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Recommended, designed and executed personalized supplementary and special needs education curricula for students of all ages and ability levels.
  • Designed, developed, and implemented developmentally appropriate play-equipment and-environment with an emphasis in special needs inclusion for children.
  • Facilitated the development and implementation of quality Individual Education Plans for families with special needs children.
  • Provided exceptional academic, career and graduate school counseling, facilitated special needs.
  • Facilitated special needs summer awareness classes for parents.
  • Acted as liaison for small group of campers with special needs who came from the local school district summer program.
  • Execute company marketing campaigns at community functions organized to raise awareness and support for children and adults with special needs.
  • Record data of the statistics of students requiring special needs and report the finding to the Director of Disability Affairs.
  • Write and implement weekly lesson plans and accommodate for students with special needs by planning for individual learning types.
  • Implemented strategies for classrooms that had students with special needs to ensure social, emotional, and cognitive growth.
  • Assist members with special needs to ensure they have access to the health programs to treat their medical conditions.
  • Arranged therapy schedules and worked directly with therapists and students with special needs for the Extended School Year Program
  • Provided cataloging and reference services to patrons of all ages, cultures, special needs, educational levels.
  • Direct and choreograph numbers and assist in directing talent show for students with special needs in the community.
  • Provide advice and guidance to parents, to include recognizing any special needs for referral to other agencies.
  • Facilitated and organized activities for children between the ages of 3-5 in addition to those with special needs.
  • Performed weekly new parent orientation and worked with the families if they had any special needs or requirements.
  • Generate inclusive, positive experiences to promote friendships and understanding between students with and without special needs.
  • Assist the Director with functions related to parent involvement activities or any activities related to special needs.
  • Provide counseling, advising, support and resources to a caseload of approximately 250 special needs students.

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38. Tuition Payments

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Here's how Tuition Payments is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Managed teaching and support staff Developed relationships with parents to increase enrollment Managed tuition payments and supply purchases
  • Monitored scholarship accounts and accurately disbursed tuition payments to student accounts.
  • Received and entered tuition payments into company system.
  • Managed weekly tuition payments and supply inventory.
  • Managed financial matters concerning tuition payments.
  • Monitored and recorded tuition payments.
  • Answer phones/emails, handle tuition payments, complete deposits and post them, give yours to new families, help/supervise teachers.
  • Organized and planned activities and trips for the center * Recorded and deposited tuition payments * Conducted interview with potential parents.
  • Used QuickBooks to maintain weekly tuition accounts, invoice late charges, enter new accounts, and process tuition payments.
  • Maintained and assisted with daily input of student's tuition payments, while providing clear receipts for parents and guardians.
  • Maintain and update confidential student files, email program information, collect and record monthly student tuition payments.
  • Conducted new student interviews and tours, managed tuition payments, and published monthly newsletter to parents.
  • Assisted with marketing and outside promotion for school and also kept accurate record of weekly tuition payments.
  • Accepted all tuition payments, and responsible for depositing all monies to bank on a daily basis.
  • Assisted in registrations, processed tuition payments, and aided sick and/or hurt children.
  • Receive and process tuition payments and develop monthly accounting statements to share with management.
  • Communicated with parents regarding students, tuition payments, and school policies and procedures.
  • Perform billing, and tuition payments in Bright Star accounting system for all parents.
  • Supervised 10+employees, processed and recorded tuition payments, made copies of official documents.
  • Recorded enrollment hours and tuition payments of the children on a recurring basis.

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39. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Streamlined accounts payable process and enhanced inventory control by assuming responsibility for invoice approval and product shipment verification.
  • Automated inventory control processes and integrated e-mail notification system resulting in increased efficiency & improved turn around time.
  • Inventory control and management of company databases to ensure efficient operations in support of the Race Director/Principal.
  • Assist Director in daily supervision of center Personnel Management Inventory control Bookkeeping Plan and implement year round curriculum
  • Prepared annual estimates of expenditure, maintained budgetary and inventory controls and made recommendations to management.
  • Created an inventory database system that strengthened inventory control and replaced a previous outdated manual system.
  • Performed administrative work and implemented adequate inventory controls for the accountability of personal property.
  • Inventory control consisting of ordering, receiving and distributing materials for maintenance of units.
  • Developed and implemented cost reduction and inventory control systems in various areas.
  • Developed inventory control system, customer rewards and promotional sales programs.
  • Implemented improved quality inventory control systems that resulted in reducing cost.
  • Communicated with inventory control to resolve receiving and transfer issues.
  • Utilized inventory control procedures in maintaining proper inventory levels.
  • Maintain inventory control for operational needs of residential services.
  • Maintain inventory control, monitor and approved incoming deliveries.
  • Dispensed medication & coordinated departmental purchasing & inventory control.
  • Manage and reconcile documentation to ensure accurate inventory control.
  • Centralized inventory control which saved significant expenditure.
  • Managed stock ordering and inventory control.
  • Maintain inventory control of distribution center.

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40. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Delivered information presentations utilizing Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Initiated, researched, developed, and presented new seminars including all associated PowerPoint presentations and handouts.
  • Collaborated regularly with senior level commanding officers to brief operations with Microsoft PowerPoint presentations.
  • Developed a PowerPoint presentation for a District Manager's quarterly store directors meeting.
  • Developed and implemented custodial training program, manual and PowerPoint presentation.
  • Assisted in PowerPoint presentations to coach and motivate current supervisors.
  • Develop presentations and materials using MS office PowerPoint and Word
  • Prepared PowerPoint presentations, materials and agendas.
  • Prepare PowerPoint presentations for recruiting events.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations for parental awareness.
  • Create spreadsheets and documents to assist in scheduling and lesson planning using Excel, Word, Publisher, and PowerPoint
  • Managed site selection, caterer, program brochure design, PowerPoint presentation, gifts, and budget.
  • Use Microsoft Office including Excel, PowerPoint, Office, and Outlook on a daily basis.
  • Developed training materials, created written and PowerPoint aids, rated excellent presenter on staff survey.
  • Used outstanding computer knowledge to create detailed documents using Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
  • Advanced knowledge of PSAV proprietary software usage, PowerPoint and Excel attributed to my successes.
  • Create PowerPoint presentations for faculty and program directors use during classes, speeches and events.
  • Created and presented seminars to groups covering job search topics utilizing PowerPoint and other technologies.
  • Utilized PowerPoint, class discussion, and demonstration to make learning accessible and fun.
  • Created and implemented after school program using Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

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41. Monthly Reports

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Here's how Monthly Reports is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Complete weekly and monthly reports containing vital information on education in building, acquired and non-acquired infections and restorative nursing.
  • Provided advice and instruction to clerical staff in administrative support of Family Services monthly reports, and personnel documentation requirements.
  • Supervised Programming Coordinators in the 14-town network/new equipment purchase * Wrote monthly reports and prepared budgets
  • Coordinated marketing and promotional offers and composed monthly reports, sales projections and statistics.
  • Generated monthly reports for Regional Directors and Regional Membership Coordinators for analysis.
  • Updated and analyzed monthly reports comparing expenditures-to-date with budget allotment.
  • Calculated and electronically submitted monthly reports to the state.
  • Maintained monthly reports and expenditure reports.
  • Provided weekly/monthly reports for multiple supervisors.
  • Produced monthly reports financial spreadsheets.
  • Prepared daily attendance and dietary data for monthly reports to the Department of Education for payment assistance and food program requirements.
  • Prepared daily, weekly and monthly Reports on progress of work, flow of materials between departments, and production problems.
  • Contributed and participated in organizing volunteer events, and compiled and submitted monthly reports to the Board of Directors.
  • Assist in maintaining all technical and clerical systems for tracking monthly reports that demonstrate student performance and growth.
  • Monitored daily, weekly and monthly reports for manual and system discrepancies taking necessary corrective methods as needed.
  • Maintain monthly reports and statistics from program data to monitor programs trends and the effectiveness of them.
  • Completed monthly reports designed to assess program performance and improvement as well as succession and progression planning.
  • Prepare monthly reports; assisted with budgets, hiring, and supervision and evaluation of all staff.
  • Created weekly Lesson plans for toddler & Preschooler classrooms, and monthly reports, newsletter and functions.
  • Monitor and provide updates on veterans access to care via bi-monthly reports established by the VA.

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42. Performance Reviews

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Here's how Performance Reviews is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Supervised and managed all Proprietary Schools Unit staff and conducted annual evaluation performance reviews of staff associates.
  • Communicated expected company and department standards of performance to team members and provided timely performance reviews.
  • Develop individual goals as directed by Vice-President and Director and deliver associate performance reviews.
  • Conducted performance reviews, provided hiring/firing input, enforced agency personnel policies and procedures.
  • Completed annual performance reviews along with disciplinary redirection of personnel, as needed.
  • Provided ongoing staff education, counseling for improved performance and performance reviews.
  • Collaborated with district manager on employee performance reviews and improvement strategies.
  • Trained, mentored and developed recruiters and conducted annual performance reviews.
  • Prepare performance reviews for fund administration staff and establish performance objectives
  • Conduct employee Performance Reviews and effectively manage employee relations.
  • Administered and evaluated employee performance reviews for staff development.
  • Conducted employee performance reviews and administered corrective action.
  • Complete annual performance reviews and initial competency evaluations.
  • Conduct individual semi-annual and annual performance reviews.
  • Directed quarterly budget performance reviews and forecast.
  • Conducted employee performance reviews and evaluations.
  • Administered personnel program for performance reviews.
  • Administered performance reviews on teachers and assistants
  • Earned excellent marks on performance reviews, with citations for excellence in areas including work volume, accuracy, and quality.
  • Prepared departmental budget, annual and semi-annual employee performance reviews, and was responsible for interviewing candidates for departmental new hires.

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43. Financial Aid

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Here's how Financial Aid is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Developed collaborative initiatives with various university departments, to ensure prospective students successfully completed the admissions and financial aid process.
  • Reduced errors and delays by ensuring all financial aid and transfer documents were completed accurately and forwarded to appropriate departments.
  • Prepared financial aid packages that provided students options for financing their education, thus maximizing enrollment and revenue to the university
  • Administered and managed the financial aid processes including: verification, packaging, award notification, reporting and reconciliation.
  • Conducted enroll-to-show meetings with Admissions and Financial Aid representatives that solved problems and interpreted information for forecasting future starts.
  • Assisted students with completing Financial Aid Verification, provided information about both federal and private student loan options.
  • Managed and completed dual enrollment consortium agreements for enrolled students, monitor their enrollment and financial aid eligibility.
  • Collaborated with Communications Department to develop a comprehensive guidebook and brochure series for fifteen financial aid programs.
  • Maintained a close working relationship with Office of Comptroller in administering any potential financial aid over awards.
  • Developed a deep understanding of federal, state and institutional financial aid procedures, regulations and guidelines.
  • Counseled parents and students concerning student eligibility, application requirements, financial aid awards and disbursements.
  • Manage internal relationships with staff engaged in financial aid and academic counseling on a regular basis.
  • Recruited potential students through an interview and acceptance process including assisting students through the financial aid process
  • Awarded and distributed all federal and institutional financial aid funds to support student educational costs.
  • Prepare financial aid packages based upon eligibility and discuss with student and parent when necessary.
  • Provided admission and financial aid presentations to visitors during campus visits and at recruitment events.
  • Provided professional and efficient service student and parents regarding financial aid programs and policies.
  • Participated in College Accreditation Visit resulting in the school receiving approval for financial aid.
  • Disseminated financial aid information to prospective students, parents, and the community-at-large.
  • Conduct Financial Aid presentations to students and families at informational and enrollment events.

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44. Naeyc

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Here's how Naeyc is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Exemplified excellent ability to interpret and implement NAEYC accreditation standards full compliance with state procedures and policies.
  • Assisted Director in all center activities *Supervised program coordinators and teachers *Provided NAEYC training and assisted in re-accreditation
  • Participated in NAEYC accreditation process and daily maintenance of accreditation standards.
  • Assisted in preparation and successful completion of NAEYC accreditation.
  • Assist in maintaining DoD/Army/NAEYC certification for assigned program areas.
  • Developed NAEYC administrators portfolio to ensure standard compliance.
  • Customized an After School program to fit the needs of our center s families and meet NAEYC and NECPA compliance.
  • Selected to be a lead team member to collaborate with other teachers with our school's NAEYC accreditation process.
  • Coordinated program, classroom and student portfolios with director and teachers to be in accordance with NAEYC curriculum standards.
  • Reviewed all activities and lesson plans submitted by teachers in order to ensure conformance with state and NAEYC regulations.
  • Developed yearlong process to roll out NAEYC guidelines and classroom requirements to ensure individual classrooms meet and exceed standards.
  • Provided caregivers with and short/long term priorities and prepared work schedules for completion of work to achieve NAEYC accreditation.
  • Prepare for and participate in monthly and annual inspections as well as the accreditation process (NAEYC).
  • Worked with director to lead faculty through NAEYC accreditation process while building strong program for young children.
  • Determined employees schedules, approved vacation and sick request, assisted with preparing center for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Implemented Creative Curriculum, made deposits, evaluated teachers, maintained state and NAEYC accreditation standards.
  • Maintained state, school, and NAEYC standards in daily operations of the program and classrooms.
  • Assist in establishing goals and processes toward the achievement of Keystone Stars and NAEYC accreditation.
  • Maintained membership in the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
  • Lead classes, teach and demonstrate ECE skills that are developmentally appropriate according to NAEYC.

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45. Student Workers

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Here's how Student Workers is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Supervised and prepared performance reviews for the coordinator of publications, administrative assistants, data entry operators, and student workers.
  • Administered and supervised office personnel and student workers to meet university and departmental goals for admissions.
  • Collaborate with faculty and staff to deliver diversity awareness training to student workers.
  • Supervised one professional staff and developed work ethic for undergraduate student workers.
  • Executed mid-semester and end-of-semester Performance Evaluations on undergraduate and graduate student workers.
  • Supervised four professional Residence Directors and five+ student workers and interns.
  • Manage seven student workers via organizing and facilitating the work-study program.
  • Recruited and managed alumni volunteers and student workers.
  • Supervised and delegated responsibilities to student workers.
  • Conducted interviews to prospect work-study student workers.
  • Supervised professional and paraprofessional employees and student workers
  • Supervised and coordinated student workers and schedules.
  • Supervised student workers and assigned projects/duties.
  • Managed approximately 40 student workers.
  • Managed and supervised student workers.
  • Managed approximately 50 student workers.
  • Supervised seven master's counselors, two admin staff, and seven student workers with associated budget and service delivery.
  • Supervised and trained OCU student workers to assist with the functioning of the center and delivery of computer instruction.
  • Plan out an editorial calendar for each platform and supervise student workers and interns who may contribute content.
  • Develop and implement campus wide diversity training programs for MSU faculty, staff, administrators and student workers.

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46. Bank Deposits

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Here's how Bank Deposits is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Prepared bank deposits and maintained equipment and technology.
  • Handle multiple financial and business accounting functions including Accounts Payable (A/P), collections, bank deposits and account postings.
  • Manage accounts receivable and bank deposits* Supervise center staff* Communicate with parents* Taught in classrooms as needed* Order food and supplies
  • Ordered supplies enrolled new students posted payments greeted parent made bank deposits organized and ran all special events at the school
  • Performed various office tasks including: cash handling, bank deposits, supply ordering, and purchasing.
  • Prepared invoices for parents, guardians, and government; collected tuition; and managed bank deposits.
  • Handle and processed accounts payable, complete deposit slips, make bank deposits, and prepare payroll.
  • Performed administrative and financial duties such as: daily reports, bank deposits, and office supply.
  • Managed HR/finance functions such as hiring, benefit management and insurance procurement, and bank deposits.
  • Received payments from parents, logged into the computer and made bank deposits from payments received.
  • Managed all payment plans, transfers, enrollments, refunds, bank deposits, and checks.
  • Managed business finances including bank deposits, journal entries, reconciliations, and cash management.
  • Maintained all student and financial transaction records including bank deposits, taxes and yearly audits.
  • Managed client contracts, company sales reports, bank deposits and monetary transactions.
  • Performed bookkeeping and accounting functions, made bank deposits and kept financial records.
  • Maintained the Daily bank Deposits, and was entered into the data base
  • Processed payments and made bank deposits for all checks and money orders.
  • Reconciled bank accounts, updated cash register, and prepared bank deposits.
  • Collected and processed all forms of payments and carried out bank deposits.
  • Key holder responsible for bank deposits and opening and closing the spa.

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47. Jcaho

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Here's how Jcaho is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Implemented JCAHO policies and requirements, maintained unit supplies, evaluated clinical equipment and developed and monitored all quality initiatives.
  • Updated sterilization processes from decontamination to final stage of sterilization up to JCAHO and state regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with federal and local regulatory requirements as well as JCAHO requirements and regulations.
  • Demonstrated awareness and understanding of safety procedures, infection control and other JCAHO regulations.
  • Authored information management plan and coordinated JCAHO efforts hospital-wide for multiple facilities.
  • Coordinated the preparation for annual Accreditation of State/Local licensing and JCAHO reviews.
  • Generated statistical reports to verify compliance with JCAHO chart completion requirements.
  • Assisted with disaster planning and provided information for JCAHO regulatory commission.
  • Prepared for JCAHO accreditation and functioned as facility risk manager.
  • Maintain all regulatory and JCAHO accreditation compliance documents.
  • Collaborated with department heads to secure JCAHO accreditation.
  • Developed staff education materials for JCAHO preparation.
  • Participated in JCAHO preparation and presentation.
  • Meet DOH/JCAHO/state/federal and company standards.
  • Worked with outside agencies to ensure compliance in the Medical Center, including, payer audits, JCAHO, and NCQA.
  • Maintained thorough and accurate reports to ensure adherence to Corporate, Union, Hospital, Health Department, and JCAHO standards.
  • Worked on all drug policies as related to Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and assisted with all JCAHO projects and committees.
  • Manage and ensure regulatory compliance with JCAHO, State Health Department, EPA, DEP, and other regulatory agencies.
  • Coordinated and developed all program activities in accordance with College of American Pathology, JCAHO and New York state standards.
  • Branch clinical manager for newly licensed nursing agency (JCAHO accredited with Commendation) with emphasis on home infusion therapy.

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48. Direct Reports

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Here's how Direct Reports is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Motivate 46 direct reports to ensure optimum efficiency of work output and adherence to organizational policies and procedures.
  • Managed direct reports' time and inquiry distribution to generate interest in University program offerings.
  • Facilitated regularly occurring staff meetings, and conducted weekly supervisions with all direct reports.
  • Direct and develop direct reports in order to create autonomous program operation and development.
  • Directed six direct reports overseeing 245 personnel performing scheduled and unscheduled aircraft maintenance.
  • Established operational objectives and work plans and delegated assignments to direct reports.
  • Conduct performance development process with direct reports.
  • Supervised eight direct reports including site supervisors, property managers, activities coordinators, licensed nurses, and a dietary manager.
  • Managed maintenance, security and housekeeping with staff of 4 direct reports supervising 10 associates at a premier retirement community.
  • Scheduled production, managed on set personnel of over 30 direct reports to execute production on time and on budget.
  • Direct reports include a staff of ten recreation center managers, ten student center managers, and a marketing intern.
  • Served as the Director of Operations and oversaw a team of 20 employees and managed and supervised four direct reports.
  • Conducted quarterly and annual reviews for thirteen direct reports, in addition to daily and weekly labor staffing schedule.
  • Staff Management: Supervised up to five direct reports in helping generate up to $23M in annual sales.
  • Work with direct reports to review business in house and potential business in surrounding area and troubleshoot potential challenges/conflicts.
  • Work with direct reports to develop and implement promotions, food and wine pairings, menu items and presentations.
  • Operated property Food and Beverage operation consisting of eight outlets, seven direct reports and over 350 employees.
  • Direct and indirect reports included nurse managers, educator, clinical and ancillary staff, and respiratory therapists.
  • Managed department of over 450 employees with 20 direct reports and an overall operating budget of $13M.
  • Managed daily operations and projects of HR staff, direct report of 6 employees with 2 indirect reports.

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49. Administrative Tasks

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Here's how Administrative Tasks is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Assist the program Director on day-to-day administrative tasks such as strategic communication planning and initiative development.
  • Assumed the administrative tasks associated with running an outpatient, university-based mental health clinic.
  • Work alongside director in a nature-inspired preschool to manage classroom and administrative tasks.
  • Performed all administrative tasks associated with scheduling, corporate compliance and billing.
  • Monitor and maintain center activity along with daily administrative tasks.
  • Performed standard administrative tasks as well as creative improvements.
  • General administrative tasks, including completion of daily reports.
  • Managed daily administrative tasks within the daycare facility.
  • Performed administrative tasks necessary to support the transportation department
  • Completed administrative tasks and scheduling duties.
  • Executed all office administrative tasks.
  • Assisted in managing administrative tasks.
  • Attended to daily administrative tasks, such as accounting and accounts reconciliation, invoicing and invoice billing, and processing payroll.
  • Instruct, lead and supervise camp and center/facility related activities; performs administrative tasks such as scheduling and record-keeping as required.
  • Assisted the Director with recruiting duties, updated and maintained recruiting database utilizing ARMS, and performed administrative tasks.
  • General administrative tasks such as answering phones, record keeping, scheduling, collecting payments, & making deposits.
  • Assist the director in administrative tasks, support in classroom logistics and provide a quality customer service to parents.
  • Completed administrative tasks such as facilities requests, housing updates and reports, and security reviews.
  • Assist the director in administrative tasks such as planning, developing, and coordinating events.
  • Performed human resources and administrative tasks including staffing, community relations, and purchasing supplies.

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50. Administrative Functions

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Here's how Administrative Functions is used in Assistant Director jobs:
  • Managed all departmental administrative functions including budgeting, cost control, interval reporting to senior management, and day-to day operations.
  • Provide general operational practices, personnel practices, accounting and budgeting principles and coordination of clinic administrative functions.
  • Shared responsibility for all clinical and administrative functions of this 900 person comprehensive methadone treatment program.
  • Served as Assistant Director to manage the administrative functions to ensure efficient operation of the association
  • Performed administrative functions including budget development recreational activities and typing and logging of specified documents.
  • Reduced resource expenditures, added automated administrative functions and improved reconciliation edits and controls.
  • Provide leadership in evaluating new technologies to support teaching and learning and administrative functions.
  • Performed an array of managerial and administrative functions in support of daily program operations.
  • Standardized Operations: Developed Operations Manual detailing all operations and administrative functions and duties.
  • Handled advanced administrative functions to ensure university compliance with state and federal guidelines.
  • Executed all administrative functions and operations when acting director was not available.
  • Managed all office operations and assisted the executive director with administrative functions.
  • Managed administrative functions to ensure efficient operations of the learning center.
  • Manage administrative functions to assure smooth and efficient program operations.
  • Prepared informational reports and perform administrative functions as required.
  • Perform all administrative functions to ensure smooth daily operations.
  • Completed all tasks involved with administrative functions.
  • Supervised clerical staff and administrative functions.
  • Functioned as a member of the location management team responsible for core administrative functions, including cash management and inventory control.
  • Worked with director to sustain and draw services, manage administrative functions to ensure smooth and efficient operations of the organization.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Assistant Director

Direct Supervision11.6%
Staff Members10.2%
Safe Environment9.9%
Financial Statements9.8%
Child Care7.6%
Customer Service7.6%
Daily Operations5.3%
Company Policies4.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Assistant Director

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Direct Supervision
Direct Supervision
9%
9%
2
2
Staff Members
Staff Members
7.9%
7.9%
3
3
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
7.7%
7.7%
4
4
Financial Statements
Financial Statements
7.7%
7.7%
5
5
Child Care
Child Care
6%
6%
6
6
Customer Service
Customer Service
5.9%
5.9%
7
7
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
4.2%
4.2%
8
8
Company Policies
Company Policies
3.8%
3.8%
9
9
Special Events
Special Events
3.7%
3.7%
10
10
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
3.2%
3.2%
11
11
Oversight
Oversight
3%
3%
12
12
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
2.7%
2.7%
13
13
Human Resources
Human Resources
2.4%
2.4%
14
14
Alumni
Alumni
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Training Programs
Training Programs
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Data Entry
Data Entry
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
State Regulations
State Regulations
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Staff Scheduling
Staff Scheduling
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Staff Training
Staff Training
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Day-To-Day Operations
Day-To-Day Operations
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Annual Budget
Annual Budget
1%
1%
24
24
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Project Management
Project Management
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Student Records
Student Records
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
New Clients
New Clients
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
CPR
CPR
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Osha
Osha
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Educational Programs
Educational Programs
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Program Development
Program Development
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Conflict Resolution
Conflict Resolution
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Special Projects
Special Projects
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Facebook
Facebook
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Press Releases
Press Releases
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Front Desk
Front Desk
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Special Needs
Special Needs
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Tuition Payments
Tuition Payments
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Monthly Reports
Monthly Reports
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Performance Reviews
Performance Reviews
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Financial Aid
Financial Aid
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Naeyc
Naeyc
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Student Workers
Student Workers
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Bank Deposits
Bank Deposits
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Jcaho
Jcaho
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Direct Reports
Direct Reports
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Administrative Tasks
Administrative Tasks
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Administrative Functions
Administrative Functions
0.5%
0.5%

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