Taneisha HArper

Taneisha Harper
Washington, DC
mstaneisha5@aol.com – (202) 270-7864
Seeking long term employment in an organization where I can grow professionally and further enhance my
skills, knowledge and experience to face and overcome the challenges of today’s changing work environment.
Special Police Officer
GSSC – Washington, DC – January 2009 to Present
Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities.
Patrol specific area on foot,responding promptly to calls for assistance when needed
Monitor, note, report, and investigate suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal
activity in patrol area.
view facts of incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations were involved. Inspect public
establishments to ensure compliance with rules and regulations.
Act as escorts.
Day Rehab Counselor
Capital Hill Supportive Services – Washington, DC – February 2014 to September 2014
Counsel individuals to maximize the independence and employability of persons coping with personal, social,
and vocational difficulties that result from birth defects, illness, disease, accidents, or the stress of daily
life. Coordinate activities for residents of care and treatment facilities. Assess client needs and design and
implement rehabilitation programs that may include personal and vocational counseling, training, and job
Certified Nursing Assistant/ Rehab Tech
Providence Hospital/ Carroll Manor – Washington, DC – March 2011 to September 2013
Working under the direct supervision of a physical therapist or assistant, assist in the productive operation
of a physical therapy practice. Often maintained the treatment area and prep therapy sessions, aiding in
the transport of immobile patients, post-op surgery.Assists in the implementation of therapy care plans and
programs as
directed within the parameters of established policy and procedures.
. Complies with requirements of procedures for safe lifting and/or safe
transfer of persons served per established policies and procedures.
. Assists in training other paraprofessionals on therapy established
. Assists with treatment/activity groups per direction of the therapist and
client treatment plan.
. Assists therapy/nursing staff with restorative/maintenance procedure
development and related materials/equipment and documentation.
. Completes supply purchases as directed by clinical team leaders, nurses
and therapy manager.
. Assists with the coordination of therapy volunteers and volunteer
activities for Inpatient Therapy Services.
. Assists therapy manager and clinical team leaders as directed.
. Performs other duties as assigned.
Program Assistant / Case Manager
First Metropolitan Bannum Halfway House – Washington, DC – October 2001 to April 2006
• Investigated reports of misconduct and attempted to resolve and eliminate causes of conflict
• Interviewed all inmates to determine need for counseling
• Discussed programs related to assignment of quarters
• Assigned inmates in making better adjustments and in planning intelligent life goals
• Provided individuals and group guidance services relative to problems of educational and personal-social
nature to inmates
Dialysis Tech Training
Community College of the District of Columbia – Washington, DC
2014 to 2014
Certified Nursing Assistant
University of District of Columbia – Washington, DC
2010 to 2010
Ballou SHS – Washington, DC
Proficient in various software and applications including, Windows, Excel, Outlook, MS Word, an. Starts blood
flow at prescribed rate. 2. Inspects equipment settings, including pressure, conductivity, and temperature to
ensure conformance to safety standards. 3. Attaches tubing to assemble machine for use. 4. Mixes solution
according to formula and primes equipment. 5. Calculates fluid removal or replacement to be achieved during
dialysis procedure. 6. Monitors patient for adverse reaction and machine malfunction. 7. Cleans area of
access with antiseptic solution. Connects patient to machine, using needle or catheter. 8. Records patients
predialysis and postdialysis weight, temperature, and blood pressure. 9. Explains procedures and operation
of equipment to patient. 10. Transports patients to and from treatment room. d Word Perfect. Proven ability to
work unsupervised.Demonstrates written and oral communication skills.
Paralegal Certificate March 2004, Baton, And OSHA Certified, CNA in the District of Columbia and State of