Leadership, Management And Communication Skills

1683 WordsDec 23, 20157 Pages
I have been married 25 years to my wonderful husband, Rick. I have 2 beautiful daughters, Kimberly and Kaitlyn. Kimberly is currently attending Washburn University and Kaitlyn attends Seaman High School. 5. EDUCATION/SKILLS/BACKGROUND: I graduated from Nemaha Valley High School in Seneca, Kansas. Beyond high school, my education has been learned from on the job experience. I have leadership, management and communication skills. In addition, I have the abilities to multi-task, problem solve, listen attentively, and teach effectively. I began my career with the State of Kansas in August of 1985 as a Clerk Typist II with the Kansas State Board of Agriculture (now the Kansas Department of Agriculture). I was self-motivated and knew I…show more content…
The majority of my years of service (1988-2014) have been with the SCC and in 2011 Governor Brownback combined SCC with the Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA). Throughout my years of employment with SCC/KDA, I advanced my career significantly with on the job experience, involvement within the agency, willingness to learn new tasks, and volunteering to do tasks or special projects for the department. With the SCC/KDA, I held the following positions: Secretary II, Office Specialist, Administrative Officer, Accounting Specialist, Program Consultant I, Program Consultant II, Public Service Executive I, and the last held position of Public Service Executive III. In June 2014, the SCC/KDA was relocated to Manhattan, Kansas. The relocation caused me to look for employment in Shawnee County as I live in Topeka, Kansas. In November 2014, I obtained a Public Service Executive position with the Department of Administration, KTOP team. 6. PLEASE LIST ANY FUNCTIONAL AREAS YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN/CROSS TRAIN WITHIN YOUR TEAM OR ON A DIFFERENT TEAM WITHIN OCFO: I have only been employed with the Department of Administration for a little over a year, so I am unfamiliar with the different OCFO team functions. At this time, the only area that sparks my interest is with the State Revolving Fund as I was previously employed with the SCC/KDA for 26 years, and our agency had interactions with KDHE in conjunction with the State Revolving
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