Tyrone Hunter

Tyrone Hunter


An accomplished professional with a comprehensive background in providing Counseling Services and Supervision with a working knowledge of Information Systems


Counseling Services- Facilitate treatment for boys and girls ages 7-21 that are classified as delinquent and abused, voluntarily placed or court ordered. Established quality control and organized operations as well as conducted weekly training seminars of becoming counselors.

Supervision- Effective planning, organizing, and emphasizing teambuilding and staff motivation. Outstanding ability to improve and increase morale throughout the departmental organization

Information System- Proficient with +Microsoft Windows application. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Mainframe Computer Operations. 

Work History

Work History
Aug 2004 - Present

Patient Transporter

Bronx Lebanon Hospital

  • Provide patient transportation and assist nursing with patient handling tasks as requested
  • Responsible for supervision of the patient while transporting
  • Distributing supplies and equipment, assisting with traction set-up, transporting patient medications with the patient
  • Collaborates with licensed staff to discuss mobility needs, ¬†repositioning, turning, transferring etc. and selecting appropriate equipment for transporting activities, ¬†sit to stand devices, passive lifter, appropriate slings, friction reducing sheets.
Jan 2003 - Jan 2004



  • Transports bank receipts and documents to and from various locations, ensuring proper care of items handled during transport.
  • Provides and/or arranges for appropriate maintenance of department vehicle(s).
  • Prepares and maintains accurate transportation logs, vehicle fuel consumption logs, and other data as required.
  • Attends meetings as required
  • May perform clerical duties such as typing, making copies, and distributing mail as required.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
May 2000 - Aug 2003


Jewish Board of Family & Children Services
  • Successfully completed a training course in Child Abuse and awarded a Certificate of Child Abuse Services
  • Resident counselor for the Henry Ittleson Center for Child Research
  • Advocated treatment for children from the ages of 7-12 classified as delinquent placed in a home by court order or voluntarily.
Feb 1998 - Feb 2002

Shift Leader/Child Care Counselor 2

Leake & Watts Children Services
  • Successfully completed Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training Mandated Reporting, Life Books and Life Packs
  • Supervised Arnstein Cottage of the specialized unit for boys ages 13-21 classified as delinquent voluntarily placed or court ordered.
  • Established Quality Control and controlled Internal Operations¬†
  • Utilized Therapeutic Intervention techniques to de-escalate problematic situations.