Formulate a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) in order to build and maintain an Integrated Master Schedule in MS Project Professional and Project Server
Use scheduling best practices (GAO and DCMA 14 Point Assessment) to build a dynamic project schedule with minimum task constraints
Collaborate with the project team to manage the implementation of the schedule to meet tight deadline and key milestone dates
Establish a schedule management plan to include the project manager and stakeholder’s requirements
Monitor and update the project schedule on a bi - weekly basis and provide bi weekly reports
Utilized EVM (Earned Value Management) to measure the project performance and to find variances in projects based on the comparison of worked performed and work planned.
Perform CPA (Critical Path Analysis) to plan all tasks that must be completed as part of a project that has no float or slack.
Create tracking reports out of Microsoft Project for numerous levels of client management
Effectively communicate roles, expectations, and accountabilities to all team members
Developed the Initial draft of the Master Schedule and maintained individual schedules in accordance with the project requirements
Developed Work Breakdown Structure that addresses the needs of Stakeholders
Worked with the project management team in order to vet possible changes to the schedule and properly document each change in the change log.
Delivered accurate tracking reports using Microsoft Project
Customized Gantt Charts, summary views and use different filters to personalize reports for different stakeholders and Project Managers.
Established multiple baseline as a result of scope, time or cost changes in the project by an approved CR
Maintained a dynamic schedule that shows trend, impact as a result of one or more tasks slippage and recommend corrective actions.
Applied Behavior Analysis
Validated intensive behavioral interventions; observed and ensured that necessary intervention was performed appropriately based on each individual's assessment
Taught objectives on individual treatment programs using the principals of applied behavior analysis including discrete trial, shaping, natural environment training, verbal behavior, social skills, self-halp, and behavior
Implemented weekly behavioral and learning programs
Collected and graphed data as well as detailed notes on each client's progress and difficulties during each session
Collaborated and communicated with clients and families in an empathetic manner that made a positively impact on each client's behavior and treatment
Monitored maladaptive behaviors and implemented behavior interventions
Used ABA techniques with client admitted into the Psychiatric Unit of Children’s National Medical Center
Collaborated with care team members to develop new goals to increase client's independence