Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

Passionate educator with excellent presentation, research and communication skills. Organized and driven with impressive list of achievements excelling within high-pressure environments. Skilled at applying various learning methods and tools to optimize student experience and academic journey. Adept at managing concurrent objectives to promote efficiency and influence positive outcomes. Meticulous academic professional actively pursuing Adjunct Instructor role where learning management interface knowledge and drive for student engagement will be valuable. Seeking opportunity to apply seven years of experience as educator to increase student engagement and promote academic development.

  • Planning
  • Organization
  • Communication
  • Teambuilding
  • Flexible
  • Critical thinking
  • Working collaboratively
  • Problem resolution
  • Friendly, positive attitude
  • Decision-making
  • Analytical
  • Computer skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Work ethic
05/2019 to Current
Academic Counselor, Student Life Navarro College Mexia, TX,
  • Worked collaboratively with students regarding research, bibliographies and data compilation and assessment.
  • Presented students with information and resources to promote academic progress and empowered students to take responsibility for academic success.
  • Approved all designated educational transactions, including pre-registration, drops, adds and withdrawals.
  • Served as student mentor and counselor for students when academic problems and personal adjustment issues arose.
  • Counseled students in career planning, job placement and academic goals.
  • Reviewed student grade reports each semester to determine probation or suspension based on academic regulations of university.
  • Suggested new teaching tools, training opportunities and instructional education improvements.
05/2014 to Current
Adjunct Faculty Wilmington University City, STATE,
  • Distributed and posted course syllabus and answered student questions regarding standards, material, grading and progression at beginning of semester.
  • Conducted 7-8 online/face-to-face classes for undergraduate/graduate programs per year.
  • Maintained schedule of office hours to assist students and offer educational support.
  • Worked in collaborative environment with fellow faculty members to design curriculum for graduate/undergraduate courses.
  • Completed recordings via video and audio media of classroom lessons, tests and special instructions for online courses and use by special needs students.
  • Integrated multimedia technology in classroom instruction for well-rounded and engaging approach to instruction.
  • Sourced appropriate course materials to support variety of student learning needs and styles and deliver content in relevant, distinctive ways.
  • Displayed exemplary written and oral communication skills to meet learning styles and improve student learning.
  • Documented student assignments, attendance and test scores in online reporting systems.
  • Delivered in-depth instruction in various topics, including application of computer technologies and successful business operations for real-world learning scenarios.
  • Developed syllabus of lectures, classwork and assignments and distributed to students on first day of class.
  • Adapted methods of instruction and classroom materials to address individual student needs.
  • Identified valuable online resources to use in conjunction with lectures and coursework.
  • Used multiple teaching styles, including power point and excel to meet learning needs of each individual student.
  • Developed and delivered online training using Canvas, D2l, and Blackboard and taught distance-learning courses.
04/2002 to 05/2019
Psycho-Forensic Evaluator Office Of Defense Services City, STATE,
  • Communicated with legal services providers, social services agencies and local judicial systems regarding cases.
  • Determined and coordinated appropriate level of care to meet individual patient needs.
  • Coordinated resources from diverse providers for intervention plans.
  • Developed appropriate care plans for at-risk individuals and high-risk families.
  • Coordinated between various entities to manage cases.
06/1992 to 05/2002
Juvenile Justice Specialist Delaware Criminal Justice Council City, STATE,
  • Worked successfully with diverse group of coworkers to accomplish goals and address issues related to our products and services.
  • Contributed to development, planning and completion of project initiatives.
  • Performed site evaluations, customer surveys and team audits.
  • Assessed admissibility and relevance of evidence, motions and pleadings to ensure fair proceedings.
Education and Training
Expected in 01/2019
Doctorate in Education: Higher Education-Innovation And Leadership
Wilmington University - New Castle, Delaware,
Expected in 12/1999
Master of Science: Public Administration
Wilmington University - New Castle, Delaware,

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