Yvonne-Cher Skye

information available upon request.  My current educational, professional and personal projects are not listed on this very public page.  This is an archived document of my previous professional skills and abilities of which I desire that future clients review upon making the decision to work with Your Girl Friday International.  It is my desire that individuals do not contact the businesses listed on this resume as stated, these are archived positions and are no longer current resources.

Career Summary

Years Experience:  25+

Roles:

Archaeologist, Administrative Assistant – Senior, Administrative Assistant /Secretary – Junior and Senior,

Admitting Clerk, Archivist, Clinical Research Coordinator, Copy Editor, Cultural liaison, Customer Service Representative, Customer Service Supervisor, Data Entry Clerk – Junior and Senior, Executive Assistant – Junior and Senior, Executive Director, File Clerk, Front Desk Coordinator, Human Resources Assistant,

Human Resources Recruiter, Librarian, Mailroom Assistant, Manager, Marketing Assistant, Medical Data Entry Clerk, Medical Transcriptionist, Office Assistant, Office Clerk, Office/Admin Manager, Owner, Presentation Specialist, Project Assistant, Proofreader, Props assistant, Receptionist, Sales Assistant, Scheduler, Sound and lights technician, Stage Manager, Switchboard Operator, Word Processor – Junior and Senior

Industries:

Advertising, Amusement Services, Construction (General), Education, Educational Consulting, Entertainment, Food Processing, Gambling Industries, Hospital/Medical Services, Hotels, Journalism, Manufacturing, Medical in-home health care, Medical retail, Medical supplies manufacture, Museum/Gallery/Botanical, Non-Profit, Pharmaceutical, Publishing, Radio/TV Broadcasting, Real Estate – Property Management, Recreation Services, Restaurants, Retail – (Clothes & Accessories, Food Furniture, other), Sanitation Service, Scientific Instruments, Service Companies, and Travel

Professional Skills:

Alpha 8,001-10,000 keystrokes per hour, Assisted Living, Basic Office Skills, Calendar Management,

Call Center, Chiropractic, Collating, Compose Correspondence, Conduct Meetings, Conference Call Coordination, Conference Room Setup and Cleanup, Coordinate Meetings, Typing over 60 WPM

Copying, Customer Service, Editing, E-Mail, Estimating, Event Planning, Expense Reports, Export Customer Service, Fax, Files, Financial Statement Preparation, General Ledger, General Practice,

Grammar, Home Health, Internet, Medical Billing, Medical Coding, Medical Collections, Medical Records,

Medical Spelling, Medical Terminology, Medical Transcription/Records, Message Center, Micro Film,

New Employee Orientation, Numeric 8,001-10,000 keystrokes per hour, Order Entry, Order Office Supplies, Outpatient Coding, Payroll – 101 – 500 Employees, Pharmacology, Prepare Presentations,

Pricing, Promotions, Proof Reading, Quality Control, Records Maintenance, Recruiting, Report Generation, Sales, Scanning, Scheduling Appointments,  Seminar presentations, Shipping and Receiving, Switchboard 10 – 30 Lines, Telemarketing, and Travel Arrangements

Technical Skills

Include but not limited to the following:

Acrobat Reader, AmiPro/WordPro, DOS, ISIS,GIS mapping, Medisoft XP, MediSoft, Windows, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Word, , Microsoft Works, Past Perfect 4.0 – 5.0, Photoshop, Trimble, Social Networks, and WordPerfect

 

Work Experience

Managing Editor, Social Media Administrator, Indian Voices

10/2013 – Present

Compensation: Stipend and Commission

My responsibilities as managing editor included collection of articles and final editing proofreading for all contributions to the newspaper.  Focus is to develop a national audience thus expanding from current distribution of California, Nevada and Arizona.  The content focuses on Native American events, entertainment and social issues.  My responsibilities as Social Media Administrator includes but is not limited to: Online promotions and statistical analysis of the news dispersed in Indian Voices as well as sharing links and articles of interest that coincide with the goals of Indian Voices.

Marine Archaeologist, Marine Science education program Coordinator, Curator and Crew member for South Bayfront Sailing Association

08/2013 – Present

Compensation: $0.00 hourly – room and board

My responsibilities include cosmetic repairs to the ship, development of curriculum, teaching, and research on the indigenous peoples and shipwrecks located in the areas where the Bill of Rights sails.  An attribute of this experience includes customer service to the clients and guests who are aboard the ship.  Speaking on the various topics pertaining to the history and prehistory of sailing, California Indians, ethnology, and anthropology.

Marine Archaeologist/Crew member for American Tall Ship Institute

07/2013 – 08/2013

Compensation: $0.00 hourly – room and board

My responsibilities include cosmetic repairs to the ship, development of curriculum, teaching, and research on the indigenous peoples and shipwrecks located in the areas where the Bill of Rights sails.  An attribute of this experience includes customer service to the clients and guests who are aboard the ship.  Speaking on the various topics pertaining to the history and prehistory of sailing, California Indians, ethnology, and anthropology.  This organization lost the boat due to financial difficulties and the ships was purchased by South Bayfront Sailing Association who requested that I continue my work upon the Bill of Rights.  Hence this employer is hostile and would provide a negative reference for me.

Owner at Your Girl Friday International

03/2012-Present

Compensation: $15.00 hourly

I support small businesses by providing a website where they can advertise their products and services.  I also provide contractual clerical and administrative support to individuals who are seeking short-time support.

Temporary Agent, Leddy Group

01/2013 – 03/2013

Compensation: $10.00 hourly

I worked in factory settings for a few companies who needed temporary workers on specific projects; one consisted of advertising boards to promote products.  The second consisted of stacking food products on conveyor belts for packaging.

Researcher Anthropologist Independent Studies

11/2009 – 03/2013

Compensation: $0.00 hourly

My duties included, but were not limited to the following: interviewing, developing hypothesis, studying existing literature, developing terminology and defining patterns within my research, living in several homeless shelters to gain an emic perspective of homelessness and domestic violence social services within the United States.

Archaeologist

09/2012 – 11/2012

Compensation: $13.25 hourly

Fieldwork on two projects in the Southeastern United States; due to compliance to confidentiality requirements no further information can be provided.

Marketing, Operations Coordinator at Modoc Historical Museum

06/2011- 05/2012

Compensation: $15.00 hourly

Marketing, Operations and Programming Coordinator wherein I developed programs, reports and organized the archival departments within the museum.  As a volunteer, I developed the current library, artifact collection and accessioned donations to the Museum.

Executive Director – Volunteer at River Center

12/2011 – 5/2012

Compensation: $0.00 hourly

My duties included but were not limited to the following: Facilitated meetings, employees, notetaking, development of programs, educational programming with governmental agencies, schoolchildren and public.  Maintained financial records, and files of non-profit organization, actively sought grant funding.

Archaeologist at Archaeological Investigations Northwest

4/2011- 6/2011

Compensation: $16.00 hourly

My duties included, but were not limited to the following: field survey, pedestrian survey, excavation, and mapping, drawing of artifacts, collection, and documentation.  Locations included the state of Oregon.

Website designer at Eyehub

8/2010 – 10/2010

Compensation: $10.00 hourly

My duties included but were not limited to the following:  website designer, phones, emails, updating existing websites.

Assistant Manager at Oregon Trail Lodge

3/2010- – 10/2010

Compensation: $9.00 hourly

As Assistant Manager, my duties included but were not limited to the following supervision of cleaning staff, laundry, cleaning rooms, advertising online and for local services available to guests. Reservations, and reception, customer services, handling guests comments and complaints.

Archaeologist at Statistical Research Inc.

9/2009- 9/2009

Compensation: $15.00 hourly

My duties included, but were not limited to the following: field survey, pedestrian survey, excavation, mapping, drawing of artifacts, collection, and documentation. Locations included Lancaster, California.  Reason for leaving, the projects ended, complete temporary staff layoff.

Archaeologist at Applied Earthworks

08/2009 – 08/2009

Compensation: $18.00 hourly

My duties included, but were not limited to the following: field survey, pedestrian survey, excavation, mapping, drawing of artifacts, collection, and documentation. Locations included Madera and Fresno Counties in California.  Reason for leaving, the projects ended, complete temporary staff layoff.

Researcher Anthropologist Independent Studies

01/2007 – 07/2009

Compensation: $0.00 hourly

My duties included, but were not limited to the following: interviewing, developing hypothesis, studying existing literature, developing terminology and defining within my research, living in several homeless shelters to gain an emic perspective of homelessness and domestic violence social services within the United States. Locations included the States of California, Oregon, Arizona, and Washington.

Senior Archaeologist at Gray & Pape

07/2006 – 12/2006

Compensation: $13.25 hourly

My duties included, but were not limited to the following: field survey, pedestrian survey, excavation, mapping, drawing of artifacts, collection, and documentation.  Locations included the states of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. Reason for leaving, the projects ended, complete temporary staff layoff.

Archaeologist at Quality Services

05/2006 – 07/2006

Compensation: $12.00 hourly

My duties included, but were not limited to the following: field survey, pedestrian survey, excavation, mapping, drawing of artifacts, collection, and documentation.  Locations included the states of Wyoming, South Dakota and Montana.  Reason for leaving, the projects ended, complete temporary staff layoff.

Archaeologist at ASM

03/2006 – 05/2006

Compensation: $12.00 hourly

My duties included, but were not limited to the following: field survey, pedestrian survey, excavation, mapping, drawing of artifacts, collection, and documentation.  Locations included the state of California.  Reason for leaving, the projects ended, complete temporary staff layoff.

Archaeologist at Brian Smith and Associates

03/2006 – 03/2006

Compensation: $12.00 hourly

My duties included, but were not limited to the following: field survey, pedestrian survey, excavation, and mapping, drawing of artifacts, collection, and documentation. Locations included the state of California. Reason for leaving, the projects ended, complete temporary staff layoff.

Medical Transcriptionist at Southern California Physicians Managed Care Services

12/2005– 2/2006

Compensation: $10.00 hourly

As a Medical transcriptionist for Southern California Physicians Managed Care Services – my duties included but were not limited to: medical transcription, interpretation of data on cases and inputting the data onto form ware software documentation, identification

Researcher and Curator at Brandmiller Circus Museum

9/2005– 1/2006

Compensation: $8.00 hourly

Miami University Brandmiller Circus Museum. Upham Hall, Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056 Fall 2005-2006 My duties included but were not limited to the following Identifying and cataloging of 3000 + slides, 20 + films, and 110 LP albums, preservation, cataloging, research, photographing and inputting data into museum database Past Perfect 4.0

Museum clerk at Miami University Anthropology Museum

9/2004– 1/2006

Compensation: $8.00 hourly

Miami University Anthropology Museum. Upham Hall, Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056 Fall 2004-2006 Docent providing information on the collections and maintaining logbook entries, assist in cataloguing and displaying artifacts held within the museum collection, sorting by material class.

Volunteer at San Diego Archaeological Center

6/2001- 11/2003

Compensation: $0.00 hourly

San Diego Archaeological Center 16666 San Pasqual Valley Rd. Escondido, CA 92027. Summer 2001-Fall 2003.  My duties included but were not limited to the following: labeling, data entry, handling organic and inorganic prehistoric and historic materials, specifically by sorting materials by class.  This reference does not wanted to be contacted as per informed by a recent employer, although since it indicates my laboratory experience I retain the information in this document.

Medical Supply Repair Clerk at Welch Allyn, San Diego

2/2002-7/2003

Compensation: $12.50 hourly

Shipping and Receiving Medical Supply Repairs Clerk at Welch Allyn, San Diego, CA – my responsibilities included but were not limited to the following: data entry, filing, knowledge and adherence to HIPPA regulations, updating repair records, knowledge of medical coding and terminology for reports, knowledge of error codes in EKG equipment, and thermometry units, visual inspections of damaged medical equipment to include in technical reports.

Pharmaceutical Clerk at Rite Aid-Pharmaceutical

4/1999-8/2002

Compensation: $7.50 hourly

Pharmaceutical Clerk – Rite Aid – Pharmaceutical Clerk, which consisted of customer service, date entry, knowledge of medicines and quantities to be distributed, medical terminology, and accounts payable.

Education

Miami University

Oxford, Ohio USA

Bachelors in Art, Anthropology, Environmental Science – Pending

San Diego Mesa College

San Diego, California USA

Associates in Art, Anthropology

Mark Twain High School

San Diego, California USA

High School, Other

Languages

English Conduct Business, Conversational, Read-Write, Understand

French (France, Canada) Conversational, Read-Write, Understand

Spanish Conversational, Read-Write, Understand

Certifications & Recognitions

MS Cert Word 2000 Spec

HIPAA – Compliant w RHI Policy

Toastmaster’s Competent Communicator 2012

Toastmaster’s 2nd place winner – Area Competition 2012

Toastmaster’s 2nd place winner – District Competition 2012

Desired Job Opportunity

 

Locations:

I have a passport and am willing to work anywhere globally.

 

Employment Types:

Temporary, Temporary to Full-Time, Full-Time, Part-Time

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