Supports Coordinator Resume Sample - 10735

The following is an example of a professional / qualified Supports Coordinator resume sample(s). These resume examples uses an integration resume layout.

Which in turn fully reviews the candidate's full work experience through the applicant's qualification profile, outlining key-qualifications, job description for the Support job field.

Resume Example for Supports Coordinator

Supports Coordinator – Neighbours, Inc

Wyndmoor, PA

To become a contributing member of your team.

Work Experience

Supports Coordinator

Neighbours, Inc

August 2010 to Present

• Supervise a caseload of 50+ individuals with developmental disabilities via phone, email and face-to-face meetings 
• Assist individuals with locating agencies and resources in their communities including but not limited to those agencies qualified by the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities 
• Prepare essential Lifestyle Plans (ELPs) detailing services for each client and monitored that said services/therapies were provided and that they met the client’s needs. 
• Translate documents for Spanish speaking families and interpret for said families as needed

Translator/Interpreter Contract

Heron Translation Services

August 2011 to August 2012

Provide translator/interpreter services on location for human relations (HR), legal, and medical purposes

Supervision Specialist

Group 4 Securicor Justice Services, Inc

December 2008 to December 2009

• Supervision Specialist pursuant to government contract which expired on 12/31/09. 
• Received a Suitability Determination at a Moderate Risk Level Clearance from the United States Government’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR). 
• Worked under contract with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and in collaboration with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). 
• Worked in the Enhanced Supervision/Reporting (ESR) Program of ICE’s Alternatives to Detention (ATD) Unit. Provide full service case management and supervision to non-US citizens whose status was under review by ICE. Ensured and reported participant compliance with program conditions. Completed scheduled office visits and unannounced home visits. 
• Supervised a caseload of approximately 70 program participants via community-based supervision, in-person reporting, and technological surveillance via Telephonic Reporting and Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking devices. Installed, removed and monitored GPS devices on participant on a 24-hour basis. Implemented Individual Supervision Plans. 
• Monitored and ensured participant’s court attendance and compliance with the dispositions of their case. 
• Assisted participants with completing work authorization applications and with obtaining passports from their native countries. 
• Prepared and submitted Incident Reports to ICE for all program violations. 
Translated for Spanish-speaking participants.

Mental Retardation Supports Coordinator

Penndel Mental Health Center

September 2006 to December 2008

• Located, coordinated, and monitored services for clients with cognitive and physical disabilities. 
• Independently located and coordinated funding sources in the community to assist with the cost of home renovations not covered under Waiver funding guidelines. 
• Supervised a caseload of approximately 40 clients and maintained close collaboration with other professionals working with my clients, such as: physical therapists, speech therapists, habilitation staff, day program supervisors, etc. 
• Assisted clients with needed services related to their disability including: health care, dental care, specialized therapies, physical adaptations, recreational day program and sheltered work program placement, community-based recreational programs, employment, in-home staff, nursing care, transportation, obtaining legal documentation like social security cards, birth certificates, and state identification cards, completing applications for government assistance such as medical assistance, food stamps, and housing. 
• Administered standardized assessments to determine client’s level of need for assistance with cognitive/motor skills. 
• Prepared Individual Supervision Plans (ISPs) detailing services for each client and monitored that said services/therapies were provided and that they met the client’s needs. 
• Participated and contributed to Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings. 
• Translated for Spanish speaking clients.


Masters of Science in Psychology in Pennsylvania

Drexel University

May 2014

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in Psychology

Temple University

February 2006


Microsoft Word (Less than 1 year), Outlook (Less than 1 year), Problem Solving (Less than 1 year), SPSS (Less than 1 year), Word (Less than 1 year)

Additional Information

SKILLS: Bilingual (Spanish) 
Excellent interpersonal skills. 
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, SPSS, and Power Point. 
• Acquired Brain Injury Network of Pennsylvania (ABIN-PA) – pamphlets, literature 
• New Jersey’s Division of Developmental Disabilities Essential Lifestyle Plan (ELP) 
• New Jersey’s Division of Developmental Disabilities Adaptive Behavior Scale (ABS) 
• New Jersey’s Division of Developmental Disabilities Health & Safety Risk Summary (HSRS) 
• Moving Forward: A Problem Solving Approach to Achieving Life’s Goals (Participant’s Handbook)- Developed by Drexel University & Philadelphia VA Medical Center 
• Columbia University’s Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Children (DISC-IV) Interviewer Manual

Last updated on March 18, 2018