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									                                                                             Jeannette Kay Oliver
                                                                                       Address: 2/8 Otama Court
                                                                                               Warana QLD 4575

                                                                              Telephone: 0405 559 633 (Mobile)
                                                                                              07 5437 2197 (H)


Employment History

Surfside on the Beach, Wentworth Resorts                                             July 2007 to present

        Front desk reception, customer service, website management for last minute websites, daily
        cashiering and banking, property management, coordination of housekeeping staff.

Changing Habits, Taro Dream, Earth Aware Hawaii & Kahua Pua                   July, 2004 – February, 2007
       Consultant for non-profit organizations and an entrepreneurial business
               Changing Habits – Personal Assistant to Cyndi
                  O’Meara, author of Changing Habits, Changing Lives. Office support in her
                  business, which is to inform and educate the public via speaking engagements, and
                  offer books for sale on nature based foods and healthy choice in lifestyle.
               Taro Dream ~ Assistance with product development to an entrepreneurial
                  company working to develop a new healing food for the market place of Hawaii. Vision
                  towards creation of an Organic Agricultural Sustainable Co-operative to support diversified
                  agricultural and expansion of eco-farming practices.
                 Earth Aware Hawaii ~ Assistance in helping a faith based nonprofit restructure and
                    develop programs relating to spiritual ecology, cultural and spiritual balanced
                    living, sustainable and organic agriculture.
                 Kahua Pua Mau ~ Classroom education for FFA on youth entrepreneurship, business
                    plan development based in Hawaiian cultural values. A partnership with State of
                    Hawaii Department of Education and Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

Five Mountains Hawaii                              July, 1998 – November, 2003
    Executive Assistant/Program Coordinator
           Assistance with the formation, facilitation, support, coordination of community task forces,
           community forums, and program development of a regional health and wellness organization and
           community health initiative in conjunction with The Earl and Doris Bakken Foundation and the
           North Hawaii Outcomes Project
           Responsibilities included: Administrative support to various executives, grant reporting and
           execution, assisting with outcomes and evaluations, desktop publishing, event & workshop
           planning and special projects as opportunities developed. All aspects of networking, referrals,
           technical support, and outreach of a multi-faceted health & wellness program were
           implemented. Other innovative non-profit organizations were birthed out of the collaborative
           efforts and capacity building implemented by Five Mountains Hawaii. The role evolved into
           developing and coordinating the North Hawaii Drug Free Coalition for North Hawaii. NHDFC
           efforts, along with prevention and education, include:
                 Uniting the anti-drug efforts of community-based programs in North Hawaii;
                 Focusing on our children and our families as the first step;
                 Finding ways to increase cooperation and collaboration in the community;
                 Securing grants and resources from multiple sources;
                 Looking for solutions when others are still talking about problems.

University of the Sunshine Coast                          February, 1996 - September, 1997
Administrative Assistant – University Librarian/Information Technology Manager
        Administrative assistance to executives and 20 staff members during start up phase of the new
        University. Additional projects special community events, library material design, procedural
        systems development and analysis. Graphic design, website development and desktop publishing
        were also additional responsibilities.

                                                                         July, 1994 to March, 1995
Wide Bay Regional Department of Education
STAR Program Coordinator, Teacher’s Aide, Library Aide
       Student at Risk Program ~ Gympie State High School
           Program Coordinator and development of the school’s first “STAR” options for
           disadvantaged and challenged youth. Classroom aide for learning disadvantaged.
       Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach State Schools
          Library Aide for Rainbow Beach State School library and classroom aide for children with
          illnesses and disabilities.

Kihei Youth Center                                                September, 1991- September, 1992
Information Coordinator/Acting Executive Director
         Conducted the community needs assessment with program re-development. Grant writing and
         reporting, program development and implementation, accounting, public relations, fundraising,
         coordination and scheduling of events, staff & volunteer supervision for a youth center with
         membership of 250. Youth center’s focus was on education, recreation, and prevention for
         improved mental and physical health, along with decreasing growing substance abuse issues.

HealthyStart Prenatal Clinic                                                April, 1990 - August, 1991
Administrative Assistant/Office Coordinator
         Assisted in development for innovative prenatal and delivery program for low income and
         disadvantaged women. Diverse, creative and harmonious problem solving in high stress situations
         were required. A high skill level in office procedures, computerized billing and reporting systems
         were essential in the cooperative partnerships with county, professional and public health care
         organizations. HealthyStart is presently a nationwide program in the United States and a corner
         stone for holistic health at St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon.

Publicity Assistant/Acting Manager                                         April, 1989 - October, 1989
Morale, Welfare and Recreation, U.S. Naval Station, Apra Harbor, Guam
        Media production for 11 departments providing educational and recreational opportunities for
        enlisted and dependant military personnel. Innovative special events were created, supported
        and inter-military, private sector coordination. Supervision of staff and student interns was
        also a responsibility.

Additional Related Experience

Medical Receptionist/Public Relations/Ward Clerk/Admitting Office
        St. Charles Medical Center and Hospital, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Sharp Memorial
        Hospital, Josephine General Community Hospital
        Various administration oriented positions in urgent care, emergency room, maternity, billing,
        patient accounts, communication and admitting.
Graphic Artist
        Self-employed design artist, including experience at a small newspaper and silkscreen design
Teacher’s Aide
        Pre-school thru grade 2 (emotionally challenged youth)
Customer Service
        Retail Sales, Cashier and Waitress
        Nude Food Organics, Reyn Spooner, Noa Noa-Kona, Inc. and Pacific Rim Artifacts, J.C. Penney
        Co., Fedco, Inc., Maui Sun & Margarita’s Cantina, A.J.’s Café, Cyrano’s Restaurant

Educational Background

1972 – 1974 ~ San Diego State University & Grossmont Junior College, San Diego, CA
   Art & Psychology Major, with emphasis on special education. Certificate in Graphic Design.

1972 - W.C. Crawford High School (College Prep Courses)

1981 - Farmington Community College - Computer Business Applications

Other continuing education classes: Business Skills and Writing, Team Building, Graphic Design,
Project Management, Facilitation Training, Grant Writing, Outcomes & Evaluations Training, Coalition
Development, Building Drug Free Communities, Community Mobilization, Social Marketing, Medical
Terminology, Bowen Therapy, Natural and Organic Cooking Classes, various Art & Craft classes


Mr. Peter Hosking, Guidance Officer, Gympie State High School, PO Bo x 22, Gympie, Q 4570, Ph (w) 07
5482 3722
Ms. Jenny Austin, Sessional Lecturer/Tutor, University of the Sunshine Coast, 51 Pennyroyal Circle,
Currimundi Park Q 4551, Ph: (07) 5493 7515
Dr. Sharon Vitousek, Project Director, North Hawaii Outcomes Project, PO Box 437200, Kamuela, HI
96743, Ph (w) 0011 1 808 887-1611

Key Personal Strengths

My referees will confirm that:
     I have the natural ability to interrelate and collaborate well with a wide-variety of the public, co-
        workers and management and value variation and diversity.
      I am a self-aware, independent learner with the ability to gather, organize, analyze, evaluate, and
       use information in a range of quality contexts.
      I am self-directed, prioritize well, productive, positive, effective, creative, show a high degree of
       flexibility and readily embrace new challenges
      I have a highly developed sense of personal and social responsibility and am able to understand and
       apply ethical professional practices.
      I have a strong and innate sense of support, resourcefulness, advocacy and dedication and will go
       the extra mile to insure harmony and a successful outcome.

Personal Interests
Life Long Fitness, Running, Walking, Hiking, Bicycling, Swimming, Yoga, Meditation, Personal Growth and
Spirituality, Bowen Therapy and Massage, Alternative and Indigenous Medicine, Art, Expressive Art, Crafts,
Gardening and World Music.


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