Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Talented and knowledgeable Residency and Fellowship Program Coordinator; innovative and expressive. Brings valuable expertise to accomplishing organizational objectives through clear and effective communication. Attentive to detail with experience in coordinating projects, programs and improvements. 18+ years of higher education experience as faculty member.

  • Writing expertise
  • Curriculum Development
  • Lesson Writing
  • Workshop coordination
  • Program evaluation
  • Research and Analysis
  • Organized and detailed
  • Clear communicator of complex ideas
  • Highly adaptive to new environments
  • Personable and approachable
  • Strategic planning
  • Creative instruction style
  • Well-noted rapport with students, faculty, colleagues
  • Excellent presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective collaborator
  • Fluent in Greek; speaking, reading and writing
Professional Experience
Residency Program Coordinator, 08/2021 - Current
Ascension Health Broomfield, CO,
  • Organize and manage residency program development from conception through successful execution for: Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Podiatry
  • Manage program through ACGME guidelines for 20+ residents and fellows
  • Orchestrate smooth and efficient program development by collaborating cross-functionally within and outside department of surgery
  • Schedule academic year assignments for resident rotations and vacations
  • Organize full recruitment process for residency and fellowship
  • Schedule and supervise division meetings to discuss new ideas and update participants on program details and milestones, ie. ranking results, bi-annual milestones
  • Lead onboarding activities for incoming residents, fellows, interns, and volunteers
  • Update and maintain resident/fellow information on ACGME and New Innovations including Milestone Evaluations bi-annually
  • Apply for and organize weekly Continuing Medical Education
  • Monitor, maintain, and confirm resident and fellow certifications
  • Oversee resident rotation evaluations
  • Input monthly call schedules for senior and junior residents
  • Proctor Medical Board and In-Service exams
  • Assist with planning resident and fellow graduation ceremonies
  • Develop and maintain courteous and effective working relationships
  • Use critical thinking to break down problems, evaluate solutions and make decisions
Associate Adjunct Professor, 01/2011 - 05/2021
  • Taught introductory and upper level courses in Sociology: SOC 122, SOC 245, SOC 315, SOC 222 (Introductory Sociology, Technology, Society and Social Change, Sociology of Family, Youth Culture, Sociology Through Film.)
  • Created all coursework and material for classes: curriculum, syllabus, handouts, assignments, exams
  • Guided students in using technology to support educational research
  • Designed interactive, thought-provoking lessons focused on concepts, theory, and research methodologies
  • Scheduled time to consult with students
  • Monitored and assessed student comprehension and performance
  • Transitioned course material to fully remote on-line instruction
  • Experienced with fall, spring and interim semesters
Associate Adjunct Professor, 09/2003 - 10/2017
  • Taught Introductory and upper level courses in Sociology, 2-3 courses per semester (Introductory Sociology, American Society.)
  • Managed classrooms ranging between 17-36 students
  • Created all coursework and material for classes
  • Designed interactive, thought-provoking lessons focused on concepts, theory, and research methodologies
  • Scheduled time to consult with students
  • Actively participated in department functions and events
  • Experienced with fall, spring, and interim semesters
Associate Professor, Full-time Temporary Line, 09/2009 - 05/2010
  • Taught introductory Sociology courses; full-time professor, temporary line
  • Managed 5 classes per semester, 30-36 students per class
  • Planned, evaluated, revised course content and course materials
  • Held office hours; bi-weekly basis
  • Participated in departmental meetings and decision-making votes
  • Advised students academically
  • Co-chaired Interact club for Social Work.
Master of Arts: Sociology of Education, Expected in 05/2000
Columbia University, - New York, NY,
Bachelor of Arts: Sociology, Expected in 09/1997
Queens College Of The City University Of New York - Flushing, NY
Completion: Writing For Children And Teens, Expected in 11/2018
Institute Of Children's Literature - Madison, CT,

American Sociological Association

Institute for Writers

Additional Information
  • Excellence in Teaching, Farmingdale State College, August 2020
  • Post Graduate Studies, Stony Brook University, Sociology, Spring 2014

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School Attended

  • Columbia University,
  • Queens College Of The City University Of New York
  • Institute Of Children's Literature

Job Titles Held:

  • Residency Program Coordinator
  • Associate Adjunct Professor
  • Associate Adjunct Professor
  • Associate Professor, Full-time Temporary Line


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  • Bachelor of Arts
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