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JULIUS J. DAVIS, JR. 
P.O.Box 685
Ft. Myers, FL 33902
(239) 209-0539
 


 


SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS/OBJECTIVE
A seasoned, veteran manager/director of social services and human services departments and agencies---also a seasoned, veteran teacher and educator, with over twenty years of experience in both areas. Ideally, I am seeking a position as a teacher/educator, or manager/director within the field of education or human/social services.

EDUCATION
Undergraduate--Miami University (Oxford, Ohio)
Major: Music (Performance/Education)
Degree Earned: Bachelor of Music (B.M.)
Awards: Earned the Scott R. Alexander Award for Excellence in service to the Miami University Men's Glee Club

Graduate--Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio)
Major: Social Work Administration (Administration/Management Specialization)
Degree Earned: Master of Science in Social Administration (M.S.S.A.)

EXPERIENCE
Del-Jen, Inc/Job Corps (Cleveland, Ohio)—Feb. 2008 to Sept. 2008
Position: Career Transition Specialist
Duties: To counsel, advise, and place students aged 16-24, (deemed “at-risk” due to behavioral, mental, economic, socio-economic, educational, and/or a combination of these and/or other undiagnosed mental conditions or challenges) into part time and/or full time employment, placement in a college/university, or the armed forces

Cleveland Job Corps Center (Cleveland, Ohio)—October, 2004 through February, 2008
Position: Career Development Specialist
Duties: To counsel, teach, train, prepare, advise, mentor, and place students aged 16-24 (deemed “at-risk” due to behavioral, mental, economic, socio-economic, educational, and/or a combination of these and/or other un-diagnosed challenges or mental conditions) in part time and/or full time employment; teach CTR (Career Transition Readiness Class) to all students

Phillis Wheatley Association (Cleveland, Ohio) -May, 2003 through May, 2004
Position: Director, Sutphen School of Music
Duties: Manage/supervise all programs, services, and staff affiliated with and/or assigned to the Sutphen School of Music; write/submit grants and proposals; create art and/or music education programs for children, youth, adults, groups, and interested others; present students and faculty in concerts, recitals, and other special programs throughout the year; set educational and musical criteria/standards for staff, faculty, and students, and hold them accountable for meeting those criteria/standards; formulate and present financial and statistical reports; teach music theory, piano, songwriting, jazz improvisation, and music composition.

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EXPERIENCE (continued from previous page)
Create, develop, and implement music programs for children, youth, and adults; recruit, hire, and train staff; initiate, establish, and maintain community relationships, business relationships, etc., for the purposes of promoting the Sutphen School of Music's programs, and services; responsible for formulating and presenting strategic, developmental, and financial plans;
generate appropriate reports; attend meetings, workshops, and seminars as required.

Center for Families and Children (Cleveland, Ohio) June, 2000 through June, 2001
Position: Director, Fathers and Families Together
Duties: manage/supervise all programs/services/personnel assigned to and/or affiliated with the Fathers and Families Together Program (FFTP); create policies and procedures, criteria and standards for excellent service delivery; create programs and services specifically designed to assist men in strengthening their roles as fathers, and their relationships to their children; provide social and educational opportunities to support men as fathers and in their familial relationships; manage/supervise/administer all financial accounts, petty cash, and other fiduciary matters associated with the FFTP; formulate and present strategic, developmental, and financial plans as necessary and/or required.

Center for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio—1996-1998)
Position: Director/Coordinator of the Hough Neighborhood Opportunity Center
Duties: Manage and supervise all programs, personnel, and services; supervise staff in the delivery of social services programs/services, including homeless and housing services; emergency food/shelter services; youth/camp services; senior/adult services; formulate and present annual budget; administer budget, petty cash fund, and other monies affiliated with the Hough Neighborhood Opportunity Center; write/present monthly reports; attend meetings as necessary/required.

Goodwill Industries of Greater Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio—1994-1995)
Position: Director of Rehabilitation Services
Duties: Manage and supervise all programs, services, and personnel assigned to and/or affiliated with the Rehabilitation Department; directly manage/supervise seven (7 ) training supervisors, five (5) administrative support staff, and 25 to 50 client-trainees who are MR/DD, behaviorally challenged, physically disabled, in need of in-house coaching, care, or other intensive intervention in order to carry on ADL's (Activities of Daily Living); train, prepare, and place client-trainees into part-time or full-time jobs; provide follow up and case management services to client-trainees after placement to ensure retention; ensure that the department adhere/comply with all CARF (Committee for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) rules/regulations; manage the department's P/L; administer budget and all other financial accounts; write reports; attend meetings; ensure that department trains and places all trainees into part time and/or full time employment.

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Cuyahoga County Department of Human Services (Cleveland, Ohio—1983-1993)
Position: Executive Assistant to the Director/Director of Equal Employment Opportunity Department
Duties: Assist the Director in the administration and management of all programs, services, and personnel responsible for the delivery of human services programs in Cuyahoga County; solely responsible for the administration/management of the Department's Board and Care Account (36 million dollars/year); solely responsible for the administration/management/execution of all matters pertaining to the Equal Employment Opportunity department; assist the Director with all union/labor activities; represent the Director whenever necessary/required; write reports; attend meetings and workshops as required.

ADDITIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Cleveland Public Schools (Collinwood High School, Cleveland, Ohio)—March, 1980 through June, 1980
Position: Vocal Music Teacher/Choir Director and General Music/Music Appreciation Teacher
Duties: Teach vocal music and give basic voice training to students in grades 9-12; teach songs and prepare Choir and Top 20 Swing/Jazz Vocal Group for various performances; teach general music/music appreciation, as well as basic piano/piano class to individuals and groups; prepare, administer, and grade tests and quizzes as necessary; prepare weekly lesson plans; attend faculty/staff meetings as necessary and/or as required.

Cleveland Public Schools (John Hay High School, Cleveland, Ohio)--September, 1980 through June, 1981
Position: Vocal Music Teacher/Choir Director and General Music/Music Appreciation Teacher
Duties: Teach vocal music and give basic voice training to students in grades 9-12; teach songs and other musical pieces to basic and advanced choir/vocal groups; prepare individuals/groups for solo/ensemble vocal competition; prepare and present choirs and soloists concerts and other events throughout the year as necessary; teach general music and music appreciation classes;
prepare weekly lesson plans; prepare, administer, and grade tests and quizzes as necessary; attend
faculty/staff meetings as necessary and/or as required.

Kent State University (Kent, Ohio)—August, 1998 through May, 1999
Position: Graduate Assistant/Instructor
Duties: Teach Piano Class, Keyboard Harmony, and Music Theory to undergraduate music students; tutor and give individual instruction as necessary or as requested; prepare weekly lesson plans; attend graduate staff meetings as necessary and/or required.

East Cleveland Public Schools (Caledonia Elementary School, East Cleveland, Ohio)—August, 1999 through June, 2000
Position: Music Specialist
Duties: Teach vocal music/choir skills to children aged 5-12 (Kindergarten-6th grade); responsible for re-forming the first All-School Choir in two years; prepared All-School Choir to perform at various seasonal/special events throughout the school year; taught daily general music/music appreciation classes; prepared weekly lesson plans; prepared, administered, and graded tests/quizzes; attend faculty/staff meetings as necessary and/or required.

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ADDITIONAL SKILLS

216  Type 80-90 wpm; computer literate; can execute Microsoft programs (Word, Excel, etc.)
217  Problem solver
218  Inspiring Leader
219  Passionate Educator and Teacher
220  Active Listener
221  Results-driven
222  Student-oriented
223  Excellent administrator
224  Outstanding organizational skills
225  Skilled orator/presenter/trainer
226  Thrives on student-teacher interaction
227  Hands-on, no-holds-barred educator
228  Passion for creating an exciting learning environment


 

References Available Upon Request