Monday, September 15, 2014

Someone Wants to Hire Me... They Just Don't Know it yet....

Maybe you know who they are.  I know who does not want me to come be part of their team.  I am looking for a job.  It does not have to be a big jog.  I does not have to be too exciting.  I would love to work for a company in the Human Resource Department.  I am great with people, insightful and very creative. 

I cann't begin to count the number of applications that have gone from this computer.  I don't seem to be able to get to a person.  I think if I was able to find a person somewhere that did not just look at my age, my weird back ground, I think I could convince them I could be a great person in their company.  

So here is my Resume.  Pass it around.  Let me know if you hear anything.  
®  Experience in Human Resource Management, experience in employee recruitment and retention, staff development, mediation, conflict resolution, management of complicated litigation matters.
®  Demonstrated success in negotiating win-win compromises, writing and reviewing complex legal documents, my skills could easily transfer to drafting policy manuals corporate policies, job descriptions and management reports. 
®  Excellent communication skills, writing, oral, understanding of different learning styles and communication flexibility.
®  Marketing and Presentation of CLE Programs, worked at promoting and recruiting for legal committees,
®  Special interest in Health Care Matters


®  Labor Law
®  Employment Law
®  FMLA/ADA/EEOC/WC
®  Mediation & Advocacy
®  HR Policies & Procedures
®  Staff Recruitment & Retention
®  Employee Relations
®  Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
®  Workforce Planning
®  Marketing and Sourcing

®  Orientation & On-Boarding
®  Problem solver
®  Training & Development
®  Performance Management
Employment and Human Resource Consulting 2012 to Present

®  Utilized updated skills and knowledge to work with small companies on all areas of Human Resources.
®  Working Knowledge of Employment Law and other matters
®  Employment Compliance
®  Training regarding Sexual Harassment, Workplace Discrimination
®  Workplace investigations.
®  Drafting and updating work place policies


Mikkelborg, Broz, Wells and Fryer PLLC 1999 to 2011
           
®   Headed up Family Law Practice Area.  Played a key role in managing staff. Worked with employees on a one to one basis on problem solving and other conflict matters. Worked with clients dealing with employment issues including wrongful termination, FMLA, ADA and other work place issues.
®   Fostered  teamwork/open-door environment conducive to positive dialogue across the organization
®   Negotiated settlements in complex situations.  Honed negation skills through extensive mediation and arbitration settings.
®   Attended and was certified in Dispute Resolution and Mediation training. (40 hours)
®   Worked with staff on training and assessing needs for further education and skills.

Law Office of Sally A. Lanham 1987 to 1999
           
®  Owner and Manager of Small Private Practice:  Fulfill a broad range of HR functions, including recruiting and training employees, administering benefits, overseeing disciplinary action and managing HR records.

Education & Certifications


Health Care, ACC, Medical Malpractice Certificate From Seattle UNIVERSITY
Human Resources management Certificate from the University of Washington
University of Idaho School of Law   JD
Central Michigan UNIVERSITY BS


Of Note

Other Professional Experience and Education of Note:
®  Adjunct Professor in Paralegal Program Edmond’s Community College
®  Taught English 7-12, Speech and Drama and Librarian, Dietrich Idaho.
®  Consulting on Human Resource Matters
®  Attendance of LERA Annual Collective Bargaining and Arbitration Conference
®  Trained Mediator (40 Hours of education.)

Affiliations:
®  Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
o    Seattle Chapter
o    National Chapter
®  NW Chapter of LERA  
®  King County Bar Association
®  Washington State Bar Association
o    Employment Law Section




1 comment:

Charles the Black Hearted said...

Have you tried smaller communities? Your skillsets may not be so available in less densely populated parts of the state. Real estate is much lower in price and commutes are measured in minutes, not hours.