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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary
Enthusiastic individual who is eager to contribute to the team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent communication and organizational skills. Clear understanding of curriculum and instructional practices, with a focus on at-risk and trauma informed situations that enhance student learning. Motivated to learn, grow, and excel in the organization. Dedicated to professionalism with a history of meeting company goals utilizing consistent and organized practices. Skilled in working under pressure and adapting to new situations and challenges to best enhance the organizational brand.
Core Qualifications
  • Supervisory and Management skills
  • Team Leadership
  • Advocate for students, children, and adults
  • Creative with ability to develop projects and programs addressing human and health issues
  • Strategic Planning and Instructional Strategies
  • Curriculum Development and Understanding of factors related to Early Childhood Development
  • Microsoft Office Suite
Experience
08/2021 to Current Department Chair/Professor University Of Kansas Medical Center | Larned, KS,
  • Visible and approachable to students, faculty, and staff to address issues and concerns that arise in the daily routine of office
  • Hired adjuncts to cover classes, worked collaboratively with faculty, staff, and admin to hold meetings, create a food pantry, and clothing closet, and meet the needs of students and the department.
  • Built collaborative team of adults dedicated to joint attainment of department goals
  • Observed, coached, and mentored department staff
  • Reinforced and maintained a culture of high achievement by focusing on discipline as an opportunity for learning, growth, and community-building
  • Built smooth and productive working relations positively impacting department operations
  • Planned and executed professional development sessions for department faculty and staff
  • Graded quizzes, tests, homework, and projects to provide students with timely academic progress information and feedback
  • Evaluated and supervised student activities and performance levels to provide reports on academic progress
  • Applied innovative teaching methods to encourage student learning objectives
  • Built strong rapport with students through class discussions and academic advisement
  • Created materials and exercises to illustrate the application of course concepts
  • Conducted engaging in-class discussions to facilitate learning and encourage participation
  • Taught diverse student population by employing various learning styles and abilities
  • Assisted and identified at-risk students to eliminate student barriers to learning
  • Created syllabus and instructional plans for each class session in accord with stated course objectives
  • Created lesson plans for courses, modifying them throughout the year to meet time constraints and specific interests of the class
  • Created a positive and safe learning environment for students by setting and enforcing the classroom code of conduct
  • Reviewed program materials and coordinated updates to keep department materials relevant and accurate
  • Contributed to planning appropriate and engaging lessons for both classroom and distance learning applications
  • Guided students in researching, structuring and presenting debate cases
  • Incorporated instructional technologies in course delivery for both in-class and online instruction
  • Met with students to dispense study and career advice and provide guidance and potential opportunities within a chosen field
  • Stayed abreast of developments within Humanities, Communications, Teacher Education and Social Sciences to improve curriculum, develop new research and share with colleagues and students
  • Participated in various campus memberships at each assigned school to promote academics and faculty development
  • Developed semester outlines and instructional plans for each class session to comply with stated course objectives
  • Generated grant proposals to gain funding for student research, winning $1600 for Engaged Campus, Conversation Partner, and Podcast for Teaching projects
  • Developed instructional resources, such as Service-Learning Modules, Writing Module, and course materials, for use in class.
  • Observed, coached, and mentored department staff
  • Led recruitment and development of strategic alliances to maximize utilization of existing talent and capabilities
  • Interviewed, supervised and motivated ten staff members to achieve optimal productivity
08/2020 to 08/2022 Service-Learning Coordinator College Of Central Florida | City, STATE,
  • Trained and mentored 10 new student personnel hired to fulfill various roles
  • Worked collaboratively with community partners to host events like the Night of Hope and Walk of Hope
  • Coordinated workshops for employees to better understand the company mission, streamlining daily activities and aligning worker and company priorities
  • Monitored day-to-day activities of Office of Service Civic and Community Engagement and employees, noting areas needing improvement and implementing plans for rectification
  • Analyzed company training methods and adjusted rectify issues, increase efficiency, and exceed training goals, resulting in more faculty, staff, and students engaging in the service pedagogy
  • Appropriately allocated resourced, budgets, inventories, training support and team building materials to increase overall productivity
  • Created and implemented new training initiatives such as online modules, interactive software, language labs and online programs, assuring continuous training to employees to promote long-term excellence
  • Developed new training programs such as online modules, interactive software, language labs and online programs and provided ongoing training to staff.
08/2009 to 07/2022 Assistant Professor College Of Central Florida | City, STATE,
  • Encouraged class discussions by building discussions into lessons, actively soliciting input, asking open-ended questions, and using techniques to track student participation
  • Used a variety of learning modalities and support materials to facilitate the learning process and accentuate presentations
  • Shifted between informal and formal methods of teaching to create a multi-layered web of learning incorporating experiments, practical activities, discussions, and projects into lessons
  • Developed and taught undergraduate courses for department offerings serving major, minor and general students
  • Collaborated with tutoring, enrollment, testing, and advising services to support students
  • Collaborated with faculty and community stakeholders for program improvement
  • Specifically, as the Service-Learning Coordinator created a Service-Learning Module for faculty to implement in their courses
  • Conducted ongoing program assessment, enrollment, and retention tracking
  • Led large collaborations, consortiums, centers, and other programs related to the department's mission
  • Offered career assistance to students by conducting mock interviews, providing relevant job opportunities, and teaching networking skills and strategies
  • Helped recruit diverse program faculty reflecting student population
  • Analyzed data on student retention, completion, employment, and success on the national certification exam
  • Guided personnel through selection and ordered of textbooks for program courses
  • Graded quizzes, tests, homework, and projects to provide students with timely academic progress information and feedback
  • Evaluated and supervised student activities and performance levels to provide reports on academic progress
  • Applied innovative teaching methods to encourage student learning objectives
  • Built strong rapport with students through class discussions and academic advisement
  • Created materials and exercises to illustrate the application of course concepts
  • Conducted engaging in-class discussions to facilitate learning and encourage participation
  • Created excitement and enthusiasm in the classroom by delivering engaging subject matter
  • Taught diverse student population by employing various learning styles and abilities
  • Assisted and identified at-risk students to eliminate student barriers to learning
  • Created syllabus and instructional plans for each class session in accord with stated course objectives
  • Created lesson plans for courses, modifying them throughout the year to meet time constraints and specific interests of the class
  • Created a positive and safe learning environment for students by setting and enforcing the classroom code of conduct
  • Contributed to planning appropriate and engaging lessons for both classroom and distance learning applications
  • Incorporated instructional technologies in course delivery for both in-class and online instruction
  • Guided students in researching, structuring and presenting debate cases
  • Met with students to dispense study and career advice and provide guidance and potential opportunities within a chosen field
  • Developed semester outlines and instructional plans for each class session to comply with stated course objectives
  • Participated in various campus memberships to promote academics and faculty development
  • Campus memberships are Curriculum Committee, Learning Outcomes Committee, and Adjunct Task Force.
  • Took attendance, graded assignments, and maintained student records to assist teachers with administrative tasks and maintain smooth daily operations
  • Used a variety of learning modalities and support materials to facilitate the learning process and accentuate presentations
  • Assisted professors and school administrators with continuous development, review, planning, and outcomes evaluation to measure First Year Seminar program performance
  • Created materials and exercises to illustrate application of course concepts
  • Proctored exams and provided remediation for learning improvement goals
  • Mentored students and communicated internship and employment opportunities
  • Evaluated student progress through analysis of test scores and homework completion
Education
Expected in 09/2022 to to | Trauma Information The Connecting Link, Spokane, WA GPA:
Expected in 09/2022 to to Certification | Life Coach IAP Career College, San Diego, CA GPA:
Expected in 03/2020 to to Master of Arts | Humanities American Council on Education - ACUE, New York, NY GPA:
Expected in 05/2018 to to Master of Arts | English Tiffin University, Tiffin, Ohio GPA:
Expected in 03/2015 to to Certification: Developmental and At-Risk Education | Tiffin University, Tiffin, OH GPA:
Expected in 03/2010 to to Ph.D | Education Curriculum and Instruction Appalachian State University, Boone, NC GPA:
Expected in 08/2006 to to Master of Arts | Instruction Capella University, Hoffman Estates, IL GPA:
Expected in 12/2005 to to Bachelor of Arts | Human Resources American InterContinental University, Schaumburg, IL GPA:
Additional Information
  • I have taken courses to achieve my reading endorsement, and some early childhood education to expand and broaden my understanding of human development. I have also worked with at-risk low socioeconomic students to ensure their success. I also have my paralegal degree as this degree helps me stay knowledgeable of Florida laws on the rights to privacy for students, children and adults. Prior to working with the College of Central Florida in 2009 I had previous work experience with major airlines in the aviation industry. I had the honor of gaining knowledge of customer service practices, working with the public and problem-solving issues that arise at the last minute. The positions held with Continental and Eastern airlines has afforded me the understanding of employee/employer relations with regards to motivation, communication, and the need to work together to better the work atmosphere for everyone. I also worked as the Director of Special Events for a local private school in Miami Springs, Florida. In this position I was responsible for putting together events and fundraisers to help support the school. I can give more information when interviewed.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • The Connecting Link
  • IAP Career College
  • American Council on Education - ACUE
  • Tiffin University
  • Tiffin University
  • Appalachian State University
  • Capella University
  • American InterContinental University

Job Titles Held:

  • Department Chair/Professor
  • Service-Learning Coordinator
  • Assistant Professor

Degrees

  • Certification
  • Master of Arts
  • Master of Arts
  • Certification: Developmental and At-Risk Education
  • Ph.D
  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts

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