department chair eap resume example with 19+ years of experience

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Thirteen years experience working with diverse populations in two colleges. Possess both classroom and administrative experience. Served in capacities in both Student Affairs and Academic Affairs including Academic Advisor, Adjunct Professor of English for Academic Purposes (EAP), Full-Time Professor of EAP, and Department Chair of EAP. Currently in the dissertation stage of Ph.D.

, Expected in 2014 Ph.D. : Higher Education Leadership - GPA :

ABD - Dissertation in Progress

Florida Atlantic University

, Expected in 2004 Master of Arts : Languages and Linguistics - GPA :

Florida Atlantic University

, Expected in 2000 Bachelor of Arts : Languages and Linguistics - GPA :

Florida Atlantic University

, Expected in 2000 Bachelor of Arts : Spanish - GPA :

Florida Atlantic University

, Expected in 1998 Associate of Arts : - GPA :

Palm Beach Community College

Study Abroad Seville, Expected in 1998 : - GPA :

College Consortium for International Studies.

Study Abroad Rio Piedras, Expected in 1997 : - GPA :

Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico

Marquette University - Department Chair, EAP
Milwaukee, WI, 04/2006 - Current

The Department Chair position is responsible for managing the EAP program on the Lake Worth campus. Each semester, duties include developing class schedules, ordering textbooks, assigning adjuncts classes, working with adjuncts to ensure college policies are followed, conducting adjunct classroom observations, responding to student concerns and issues, assisting and advising students, trouble-shooting program issues, attending college-wide and department meetings, and other various functions related to the administration of the program.

Palm Beach State College - Professor II, EAP
City, STATE, 07/2004 - Current

This position is responsible for guiding students to the mastery of basic to complex grammar, sentence structures, paragraphs, and essays applied to Academic English, as well as reading comprehension skills, vocabulary, cultural aspects of the U.S, and critical thinking skills and strategies necessary to be successful in college level courses. Courses taught include beginning to intermediate grammar, high-intermediate to advanced writing, and beginning to advanced reading. Other courses taught not related to my full-time assignment include pronunciation and English for Spanish Speakers. College level courses taught include Applied Linguistics and Elementary Spanish I.

Committee Involvement at Palm Beach State College

During my professorship, I have served on a number of committees giving me insight into the various aspects and inner workings of the college including but not limited to the Diversity Committee, the Student Discipline Hearing Committee, Employee Recognition Committee, the Alumni at the Fair Committee, the Strategic Planning Committee, the Faculty Advisory Council, the Academic/Service Awards Committee, the Hispanic Serving Institute Committee, the Staff and Program Development Committee, the Campus Grade Appeals Committee, the Faculty Promotion Committee, the Bookstore Advisory Committee, Hiring Committees for various roles, and most recently the Curriculum Committee on which I served as a member and the Chair.

Broward College - Academic Advisor (Head EAP Advisor)
City, STATE, 09/2001 - 07/2004

This was a full-time Student Affairs position responsible for providing advising services for undergraduate students with an emphasis on assisting EAP students and students on F1-Visas from the admissions process to graduation. This position required fluency in Spanish. Responsibilities included assisting students in admissions, testing, orientation, registration, program curriculum, career path guidance, transfer services, tuition, financial aid, and other outreach services. Additional duties as Head EAP Advisor included hiring and advising work-study students, which required management of a budget, coordinating and conducting EAP orientations in English and Spanish, serving as a coordinator between the Testing Center and the EAP Program, and designing orientation packets and program flow charts.

Broward College - Adjunct Professor
City, STATE, 07/2001 - 07/2004

This was an adjunct faculty position responsible for guiding students to the mastery of basic to intermediate grammar structures as they are applied to written and spoken English. Other skills taught emphasized vocabulary and reading comprehension on a basic to intermediate level. Courses taught included beginning to intermediate grammar and beginning reading.

  • Received Promotion in Rank to Professor II, PBSC 2014
  • Received 'Pass With Honors' on Comprehensive Exam, FAU 2013
  • Faculty Fellow 'Global Skills for College Completion', GSCC 2012
  • Awarded 'Excellence in Instructional Innovation', FACC 2010
  • Received Promotion in Rank to Professor I, PBSC 2009
  • Awarded Intramural 'Club Member of the Year', PBSC 2008
  • Awarded Tenure, PBSC 2007
  • Co-Created the Language Connections Institute, PBSC 2006
  • Developed Curriculum for 8 Continuing Ed Courses, PBSC 2006
  • 'Adjunct Professor of the Year' Finalist, BCC 2003
  • 'Faculty Support Award' for the 'Multilanguage Cafe', BCC 2003
  • Proficient in the College Mainframe Software
  • Proficient in all Microsoft Office Programs

Fluent in Spanish and Greek

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  • Department Chair, EAP
  • Professor II, EAP
  • Academic Advisor (Head EAP Advisor)
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  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associate of Arts

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