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  • Date Submitted: 01/25/2009 11:47 AM
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Lisa A. Bush
921 7th Street ( Laurel, MD 20707
Home 301-776-2680 ( labush67@yahoo.com

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs)

Agency Name: Community Health Administration, Perinatal and Infant Health Bureau
Department Name: Department of Health
Position Title: Public Health Technician
Series/Grade: CS-640-7
Announcement Number: 10493
Availability: Immediately

Multifaceted, driven and highly motivated professional offering an exceptional ability to work under pressure with the skill to enhance operations, efficiency, and productivity seeks position that will utilize extensive experience in solid technical operations, supervising, consulting, and implementing programs.

▪ Results-oriented leader, providing mentoring and solid training in operations. Maintains strong communication with employees, developing an interactive, structured, and goal-oriented environment.

▪ High degree of ethics with great communication and presentation skills; team builder and competent leader of successful teams.

1. Experience working under federal and District Government rules and regulations regarding confidentiality and patient records.

As a formal District of Columbia public school general classroom teacher, I was responsible for ensuring that confidentiality and security was administered at all times. This included taking all measures necessary to “prevent unauthorized internal and external access to the student’s IEP when copies are transmitted and/or provided electronically” in accordance with Sections 300.500 and sections 300.560 through 300.577 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).

I made sure that my efforts and actions complied with the implementation of the confidentiality requirements of the IDEA and 34 CFR Part 99 implements FERPA (20 U.S.C. 1232g as amended December 31, 1974.) This required that I interact with staff and others and explain to them the process of maintaining confidentiality. When asked by an...

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