Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

Enthusiastic educator with administrative experience eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Clear understanding of educational assessment strategies and student success initiatives and training in teaching diverse multicultural, multilingual and generational students. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in public health education or emergency preparedness training.

  • Adobe Design & Web Premium; Microsoft Office including Excel; Outlook; Banner-student finance and HR modules; Blackboard Learning Management; Zoom; Website authorship Social media platforms; Customer Relations Management (CRM) system; Prezi, and PowerPoint
  • Academic scheduling
  • Creating teaching materials
  • Customer Relations Management (CRM)
  • Customer service
  • Data entry, management and analysis
  • Editing
  • English
  • Faculty collaboration
  • Foreign language teaching methodologies
  • Fundraising
  • Record keeping
  • Recruitment
  • Research
  • Virtual/Online teaching experience
Work History
08/2014 to 05/2020
Assistant Teaching Faculty Corteva, Inc. Pittsburg, CA,

Provide high-quality live and remote English instruction and administer authentic, reliable, and valid assessment based on student learning outcomes to a diverse, international student body.

· Tailor instruction to the specific needs of students in each course.

· Lead coordination of levels or courses as assigned.

· Provide ongoing feedback to students, monitors students’ academic performance, and report grades in a timely manner.

· Plan courses, prepare course syllabi, and maintain current course schedules on the server.

· Coordinate on curriculum, assessment, and grading with other faculty in the same sections and levels.

· Prepare effective pedagogical materials and make them available for other faculty on the server.

· Assist with portfolio grading and final exam reviews.

· Adhere to the program’s final exam protocols

· Hold weekly office hours

· Attend faculty meetings and other area functions

· Exceed professional development requirements

· Participate in the Material Development, Co-curricular and Yang Wendy Liu Faculty Scholarship committees and contribute to all committee projects including but not limited to standing committee meetings and the periodic evaluation of curriculum and materials

· Assist with new student placement testing and orientation each session

· Evaluate international teaching assistant exams over the course of the appointment

· Substitute when necessary for other faculty

· Maintain professionalism

Courses Taught:

• Reading and Composition: Levels 1-7

• Academic Listening, Speaking/Discussion: Levels 2-7

• Grammar: Levels 0, 2, 3 and 4

• Math in Context, Levels 4-6

• Pronunciation and Conversation, Levels 1-3

• University Study Skills II

• UNIV 110

ESL Conference Presentations:

Sharing Knowledge: Incorporating Talking Circles in the ESL Classroom presented at both WAESOL and Spokane ESL Conferences. Acceptance to present at Palouse Language and Culture Symposium (postponed)

08/2008 to 08/2014
Student Recruitment Coordinator University Of Idaho Graduate City, STATE,
  • Focused on broad spectrum and underrepresented graduate student recruitment activities and directed all college communications and special event efforts.
  • Oversaw professional social media messaging through content development, follower engagement, social listening, trend analysis and by leveraging competitor research.
  • Engaged in professional networking to maintain strong relationships with educational partners, university representatives, and media professionals to drive partnerships and effective dissemination of mass communications. and presented at regional, national, and international conferences, seminars, and panel discussions.
  • Directed the New Graduate Student Orientation Program and Graduate School Visitation Days.
  • Created unified messaging of public relations efforts in conjunction with university advertising campaigns by working closely with UI Marketing.
  • Resolved student problems, improved form processing operations and provided exceptional faculty support.
  • Handled 150 contacts per day to address customer inquiries and concerns.
  • Prepared for public relations presentations and plans by gathering information on admissions objectives, vision, brand strategy, competition and academic trends.
08/2003 to 08/2008
Neuroscience/Bioinformatics Program Assistant University Of Idaho City, STATE,
  • 40 hours/per week Advanced office operations, scheduling, data entry and management and working with students, faculty, and the public.
  • Planned curriculum, scheduling, promoted program and recruited/scheduled instructors.
  • Processed study plans, committee forms, graduation applications, handled data management and analysis, and reviewed/edited thesis/dissertation formats.
  • Facilitated the processing of TA/RA awards for students University of Idaho Administrative Assistant in Student Media.
  • Coordinated Neuroscience Seminar Series and Teaching Assistant Training Program
  • Led coordination in delivery of the Neuroscience Seminar Series, resulting in 10 students, 12 faculty and various guest speakers
09/2001 to 08/2003
Administrative Assistant Student Media, University Of Idaho City, STATE,
  • Deposited daily revenue for building facilities and programs
  • Managed office inventory by restocking supplies and placing purchase orders to maintain adequate stock levels.
  • Developed and updated spreadsheets and databases to track, analyze and report on building access, sales, and student employee work hours.
  • Scheduled office meetings and student appointments for the team
  • Generated reports and typed letters in Word and prepared presentations in PowerPoint for maximum impact and results.
  • Welcomed office visitors warmly and alerted staff to arrivals of scheduled appointments.
  • Sorted and distributed office mail and recorded incoming shipments for corporate records.
  • Prepared packages for shipment, pickup and courier services for prompt delivery to customers.
  • Saved 10 hours per week by implementing time-saving initiatives that addressed long-standing problems in sending weekly items to alumni.
  • Monitored program director's and dean's work calendar and scheduled appointments, meetings and travel.
  • Coordinated domestic and international travel arrangements, including booking airfare, hotel and ground transportation.
  • Handled student, staff, faculty and public correspondence and tracked records to foster office efficiency.
  • Identified and recommended changes to existing processes to improve accuracy, efficiency and quality service.
  • Supported logistics for programs, meetings and events, including room reservations, agenda preparation and calendar maintenance.
  • Interacted with vendors, contractors and professional services personnel to receive orders, direct activities and communicate instructions.
  • Monitored premises, screened visitors, updated logs and issued passes to maintain security.
  • Drafted professional memos, letters and marketing copy to support business objectives and growth.
  • Composed internal memos and external correspondence for senior management and reviewed all documentation to eliminate errors.
Expected in 12/2012
Master of Arts: Teaching English As A Second Language (ESL)
University of Idaho - Moscow, ID
  • Graduated with 4.0 GPA
Expected in 05/2006
Master of Arts: Interdisciplinary Studies
University of Idaho - ,

Applied Linguistics focusing on Translation

Expected in
Bachelor of Arts: Spanish Language and Literature
University of Idaho - ,
  • Relevant Professional Development and campus engagement UC Davis sponsored Fundraising and Development Foundations Course (April 2020) Cultural Competency Training President's Doctoral Diversity Scholars Committee College Unit Recruitment Workgroup International Enrollment Group Degree Finder Stakeholders' Committee Enrollment Management Workshops U-Idaho Branding workshop Writing for the Web workshop Growth Mindset and Resilience: Lessons from our LIFT Workshops Writing a Successful Conference Proposal Using Mobile and Social Media in Student Recruitment New Research Informing Student Recruitment: Understanding Segments, Mapping Behavior with data Unlocking Student Recruitment in Emerging Markets Contribute Effectively to the Server Co-curricular Engagement Comm.
  • UI Campus Engagement I and II.
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