Exemplified strong attention to detail and problem solving expertise to develop analysis and process improvement recommendations to create solutions that drive measureable desired results while meeting client and team satisfaction.
This can connect to problem-solving, they need to find what’s wrong, how to fix the problem, and how much it will cost. They also have to know how to working with people so you know how to approach people and watch how the people react. Last, they need to managing their time/information so they can work on two or more thing at once and keep the information in the right
Ability to collaborate, communicate, set priorities, and organize the work in order to meet deadlines, ensuring compliance with established processes, policies, and regulations.
A human service organization that is interesting to me is the Department of Corrections. I chose this group because it relates closely with my major which is criminal justice. In this profession, there are various positions that can provide opportunities to work with those who struggle to obey the law. Some of these positions include admin specialists, program assistants, records analyst, correctional officers, program coordinators, wardens, chaplains, and many more. Here in Maryland, we have the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. DPSCS is one of the largest agencies in Maryland
IDENTIFY AND REVIEW THE RELEVANT RANGE OF OPERATIONS AND THE SPHERE OF BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS OF THE ORGANISATION
Steps are taken to maintain the confidentiality of data through digital signatures by the personnel and through the computer security assurance using the key coding and unlinking of the data.
In a situation such as this, if I were the director of a community-based human services organization that includes sites in several towns and we were facing this crisis I would first schedule a meeting with the head of the state-funding agency. In this meeting I would point out the significance of the 30% reduction. The 30% reduction means that one out of the seven communities we serve will not have the aid they are used to receiving. The 30% reduction means that the services of some dedicated workers from one of those seven communities will be without employment due to the reduction. Most importantly, the 30% reduction means that our commitment to the communities we serve will have to be reduced and that’s the sacrifices that we are trying
I didn’t know what COPE community services was till you post. I am interested in finding out more about Cope community services because I am want to work in the mental health field as a Social worker. Since, I have a bachelor degree in psychology and COPE deal with the supporting and addressing general mental health and substance abuse issues, serious mental illness, COPE sound like a great place that provide me my foot at door to mental health field. Likewise, I want to become Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor. I don’t how all of this would tie in to master in social work, but I guess I will have to find out as the times goes.
Information security is the protection of information against accidental or malicious disclosure, modification or destruction. Information is an important, valuable asset of IDI which must be managed with care. All information has a value to IDI. However, not all of this information has an equal value or requires the same level of protection. Access controls are put in place to protect information by controlling who has the rights to use different information resources and by guarding against unauthorised use. Formal procedures must control how access to information is granted and how such access is changed. This policy also mandates a standard for the creation of strong passwords, their protection and frequency of change.
Essential career attributes that include the ability to communicate, work well with others, solve problems, make ethical decisions, and appreciate diversity.
The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) is a collection of processes and knowledge areas generally accepted as best practice within the project management discipline. PMBOK recognises 5 basic process groups and 9 knowledge areas typical of almost all projects. The basic concepts are applicable to projects, programs and operations. The five basic process groups are:
If I were planning for and managing a new technology insertion into my organization, I would make use of the structured, proven project management processes, tools, and techniques that are outlined in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide). By investing the time and resources to use these structured processes, I will be able to lower costs, achieve greater efficiencies, reduce risk, improve customer and stakeholder satisfaction, gain greater competitive advantage, and successfully lead the project through closure. The five process groups that I would use to form the basic structure of my technology insertion are illustrated in Figure 1: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing.