Deer Valley Ski Resort

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3612 Elk Horn TRL SW (770) 658-7884 Atlanta, Ga. 30349

A challenging growth-orient it position, utilizing a strong background in clerical, strong computer skills and administrative duties in the management arena.

·*Program Specialist 2007 to 2011
Arapahoe County Department Human Services, Aurora, Co
Maintained ongoing cases files for Food Stamp and/or Family Medical Programs Verified continuance on eligibility with documentation provide by the client. Prepared the monthly report. Data entry. Provided support to other areas within the agency included but not limited to other Program Specialist with their cases load in a monthly basis. Processed new applications after verifying if client has been in the system. Performed interview to current clients and new clients. Processed newborn medical assistance with information provided by the hospital. Sent cases suspected of fraud to the Investigation Unit to determine if fraud has been committed. A percentage of 99% of cases submitted for investigation was proven of committing fraud.

*Clerk 2007 to 2007
Job Store/Arapahoe County Department Human Services, Littleton, Co
Verified the status of each application for Family Medicaid with the used of CBMS. Transferred open cases to the appropriate Specialist. Cases data entry; programs and their status on Family Med Log In also assisted specialist translating for Hispanic community.

*CBMS Technician 2005 to 2005
Job Store/El Paso County Department Human Services, Colorado Springs, Co
I was involved in cleansing cases after conversion data were missing. A comparison between documentation on file (hard copy), and data transferred to new System (CBMS). Also helped on Special Project (Katrina…...

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