Evans Johnson - Teacher - Kailua, HI, USA

Mary Evans Johnson

Kailua, HI, USA

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Teacher

Summary:

I have a ME.D in Adult Education. I am a certified online instructor and have certifications that demonstrate my abilities to modify curriculums. I have been instructing online courses with the University of Phoenix, Axia College for just over 5 years. I presently instruct 3rd year Criminal Justice Courses and 1st year Introduction to Communications Courses.

Work History

SUPERVISORY/SENIOR CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION OFFICER- DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

ON-LINE FACILIATOR-UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX-AXIA COLLEGE

From May 2008

May 29, 2008-Present- Certified to facilitate on-line undergraduate courses related to Criminal Justice Field currently instruct introductory level courses for new students as well. Certified in Curriculum Development through University of Phoenix.
SUPERVISORY/SENIOR CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION OFFICER- DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

Previously served as Administrative Services Supervisor

San Ysidro Ports of Entry

From April 2003

San Diego Sector, San Diego, California
April 2003-Present
Daily duties presently consist of scheduling, budgeting, analyzing manpower needs and allocation of resources, maintaining oversight of performance and in depth review of work product through direct supervision of forty two employees assigned to specialized enforcement unit performing criminal and administrative deportation process and asset forfeiture. Preparing and serving employee performance appraisals and documenting and recommending appropriate disciplinary procedures when necessary. Those duties also include filing OWCP claims for employees, compiling statistical data related to enforcement activities, and creating daily, weekly, and quarterly reports of that information for dissemination to interested parties at the local, regional, and headquarters locations. Requirements of the position include handling complaints from members of the public and providing excellent customer service to United States Citizens and citizens of other countries in a multicultural environment when performing administrative duties.
Previously served as Administrative Services Supervisor with title of Labor and Employee Relations and Office of Workmen's Compensation Program Coordinator. Duties included maintaining employee medical and personnel files for over four hundred employees with a minimum of sixty five open cases monthly. During that assignment was responsible for increasing the close out rate of long term limited duty cases by 120 % through expedited return to duty or referral for alternative employment up to and including termination by initiating fitness for duty evaluations and documenting medical limitations. Completed weekly and quarterly case summaries and provided assistance to Field Office Personnel Office in the compilation of reports tracking number of employees in limited duty or administrative assignments for other reasons and their limitations and projected length of absence from duty. Other daily...

Immigration Officer Academy

Customs and Border Protection Academy Law Division

April 2003 - December 2003

Served as Lead Law Instructor and subject matter expert in field operations at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. Selected by Agency due to knowledge and experience in training programs was assigned to the Basic Immigration Officer Academy and later selected to participate in the creation of the newly formed Customs and Border Protection Academy. Duties included design and implementation of revised curriculum for newly created Customs and Border Protection Officer Academy Classes including classroom instruction, e-learning assistance, and practical exercise training with hands on learning for the students. Presently certified to instruct many courses to include, Immigration Law, Customs and Border Protection Policy, and Statutory Authority and was tasked with Post Academy field training for new Customs and Border Protection Officers at the San Ysidro Port of Entry.

SPECIAL OPERATIONS INSPECTOR CUSTOMS and BORDER PROTECTION OFFICER

Department of Homeland Security

From July 2003

Transferred to Department of Homeland Security by act of Congress. Inspectional duties remained the same with some revision of actual Customs related duties to include incorporation of new forms and computer payroll systems into daily activities.

(AFGE) AFL-CIO

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

August 1999 - September 2002

Served as a member of the Executive Board of the National Immigration and Naturalization Service Council affiliated with AFGE, AFL-CIO, in the capacity of Women's and Fair Practices Coordinator representing over 6,000 members.
• Directed the Counsel's Women's and Fair Practices Program charged with increasing diversity, providing oversight of Department of Justice managerial compliance with federal EEO regulations and hiring laws, monitoring hiring practices and forecasting employment trends within the Federal sector.
• Designed and implemented both domestic and foreign employee field-training programs for the 36 individual employee bargaining unit locals totaling over 6,000 individuals that make up to the Council.
• Provided representation and submitted settlement proposals in administrative disciplinary cases, MSPB, EEO and Arbitration cases.
• Lobbied key members of the Senate and House Committees while tasked with International Intelligence and Law Enforcement oversight duties.
• Significantly improved employee performance work plans and evaluation process that resulted in enhanced morale and measurably improved performance.
• Negotiated National Policy for Homeland Security Employees as well as Local Supplemental Agreements; Including Performance Evaluations and Drug Testing Policy
• Spearheaded Negotiated Contract and EEO training for over 600 San Diego District and Canadian based employees, consisting of both management and bargaining unit members at the Department of Justice.
• Executive member of the strategic planning group tasked with prioritizing the goals of the National Immigration and Naturalization Service Council and executive member of the EEOC Advisory Committee.
• Developed a set of metrics to evaluate non-union employee representation that resulted in the establishment of a department wide peer-counsel group to ensure a proper avenue of redress for employee issues.
• Coordinated and participated in legislative sessions with key members of...

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES (AFGE) AFL-CIO

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE- IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE

January 1995 - July 2003

Perform entire range of inspection functions, act as lead officer on shift, responsible for training, intelligence gathering and dissemination, and participating in roving team operations to intercept smuggling operatives, as well as provide deterrence. Manage special programs, consisting of over 30 employees, applying all applicable immigration laws, regulations, criminal and administrative procedures, at the busiest border entry point in the world where approximately 190,000 people enter the United States daily. Adjudicate immigrant visa and adjustment of status, perform systems checks on crew lists/manifests and perform airport/ship inspections when assigned to the San Diego District Immigration Office.

Qualifications & Certifications

Line University Instruction

Adult Education

University of Southern Mississippi

Criminal Justice

Park College

University of Southern Mississippi

Wayne Academy High School

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