Curriculum Development Resume
|Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training
|Desired Job Location: Tampa, Florida
||Date Posted: 8/2/2012
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 31 Aug 2012
|Desired Wage: Negoitable
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience
||Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
|Highest Degree Attained: Doctoral
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
Continue to utilized my development skills and knowledge.
20+ years of experience developing learning institutions and curriculums for military and civilian entities, both in CONUS and internationally geographic areas. Experienced academic, vocational, scholastic, and technical instructor/trainer in the fields of education and mechanical maintenance with emphasizes in the following areas; Curriculum Management, Curriculum and Examination Development, Instructor Training, Automotive and Combat Vehicles Repair and US Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS), US Army and US Navy Logistic, Modern Business Management, Computer Programming, Computer Information Science, E-learning and Distance Learning, Learning Center, Business and Computer Systems Analyzes, English Language and multi-cultural environments.
Place: King Fahd Naval Academy: Jubail, Saudi Arabia (Feb 1999-Sept 2011)
Title: Dean of Education, Curriculum Department Manager/Head, Commandant’s
Educational Consultant/Advisor and Educational Specialist.
Organized and managed the King Fahd Naval Academy’s first curriculum department which included the structuring and organizing of several curriculum supporting divisions; i.e.… curriculum development, training aids, curriculum evaluation and instructor training and evaluation, e-learning, computer based training (CBT), multi-media learning center and library and printing shop divisions and other related component activities in accordance to the procedures in the US Army and Navy’s school management regulations and manuals. In addition, introduced and implemented curriculum development and teaching
techniques using the ADDIE, System Approach to Training (SAT), Instructional System Development (ISD) and Authoring Instructional Material (AIM I and II) methodologies and in accordance to the guidelines and directives of the US Army’s AR750-1 and AR350-40 regulations and the US Navy’s navy school management and curriculum development publications NAVEDTRA 130 series. Introduced and implemented new instructor techniques, methods, and means of training, developed curriculum courses learning objectives, lesson plans, student study material (Student Guides and Textbooks), and written and performance examinations.
Directly responsible for the development and designing of academic and naval sciences curriculum and printing of curriculum study material. Introduced, designed and developed Computer Based Training (CBT) programs for the Academy’s intranet. Introduced, developed, and designed E-learning and Distance Learning Programs and Multi-media Learning Center and Library.
Developed, designed, and implemented the King Fahd Naval Academy’s (KFNA) organizational and operational structure, testing and examining unit and its operational procedures, academic, scholastics transcripts, Programs of Instructions (POI), and KFNA’s departmental and divisional Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). Developed and designed the academy’s first instructor course. Performed the tasks of a curriculum developer and writer. Managed and supervised a staff of 74 employees and a department consisting of five divisions.
Place: Mansour General Dynamic Limited: Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
Title: Curriculum Manager and Repair Control Supervisor/Instructor.
(Jun 1994 - Oct 1998).
Developed, designed, and implemented the Abrams Combat Tank and Bradley Fighting Vehicle academics, sciences and maintenance training curriculum for the Saudi Arabia National Guard Academy. Managed and supervised a general support maintenance shop and cadets training, which included the operational areas of production and quality control, and administrative and logistic support for the M1A2 Abram Tank and M2/M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle. Supervised 40 repairmen in the repairs, overhaul, and rebuild of hull, turret, and fire control components. Instructed and trained 95 Royal Saudi Arabia Land Force cadets in general support shop operational procedures, automotive/mechanical repairs and shop safety (OSHA). Developed and structured study material, evaluation tools and resources, training plans and class schedules.
Place: Marion County Public School System, Ocala, Fl. (Oct 1992 – May 1994)
Title: Teacher of varying exceptionalities, gifted and special programs.
Planned, developed, designed, and lectured courses for students of varying exceptionalities, low and under achievers, and potential dropout’s students. In addition, taught middle school students in the basic skills and knowledge in mathematics, language arts, reading, critical thinking, computer operations and operating systems, and programming. Supervised a faculty staff of 4 and instructed thirty-six students for 7 academic hours per day. Secondary duty: Evaluate student performances using scholastics, behavior and conduct, and classroom environment criteria.
Place: Lockheed Support Systems, Inc., Lockheed Corporation, Baumholder, Germany (Apr 1992 – Sept 1992)
Title: Curriculum and Site Manager (Repair Control Supervisor)
(Position included a government rating of GS-15)
Developed, designed, and implemented curriculum training programs for the repair of war damaged military vehicles and equipment. Managed an Organizational and DS/GS maintenance operations and repairs (overhaul & rebuild) on the M1A2 Abrams Tank, Bradley Fighting Vehicles and various other types of military equipment and vehicles as directed by technical publications and AR38-750. Maintenance duties consisted of performing as the Senior Maintenance Diagnostician and Inspector. Managed and operated the production control, quality assurance/quality control, logistic support and safety sections. Administrative duties consisted of preparing company and customer reports, payroll accountability, and required company forms. Additional duties consisted of acting as the company liaison representative, managing and controlling military properties totaling $180 million, and assisting the program manager in personnel staffing.
Place: General Dynamics Nevada Company (General Dynamics Corp), Egyptian Armor Workshop 101, Cairo, Egypt (Nov 1989 – Mar 1992)
Title: Curriculum Developer and Automotive/Power Train Technician and Instructor
Developed and designed training courses, lesson plans, student study material, technical publications, electrical schematics, mechanical repair flow charts and computer network database analytical diagrams and flow charts for instructing,
training, and evaluating student’s performance. Trained military and civilian personnel on the principles and theories of the internal combustion engine and power train/plant maintenance with emphasis on repair, overhaul, and rebuild at
all levels of military maintenance.
Additional duties consisted of acting as the senior computer systems analyst and computer systems designer. Managed and supervised the staff of the computer services department. Assisted computer service clerks in the writing of application programs and designing of maintenance and logistic database.
Place: American Technical Institute (Central Texas College, Killeen, Texas), Aberdeen Proving Grounds Division: APG, Maryland (Dec 1987- Oct 1989)
Title: Automotive Technician and Senior Instructor with emphasis in curriculum development
(Position included a government rating of GS-9)
Self-propelled field artillery system mechanic course and quartermaster and chemical repairer course instructor. Provided students with instructions in basic skills and knowledge required in the performance of Skill Level I maintenance on gas turbine and diesel fuel-air induction systems including the use of special designed tools,
special tools, test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment, with emphasis placed on the following topics: Fuels, Principles of Gas Turbine Engines, Maintenance of Test Equipment, Internal Combustion Engine Fuel System. Fundamentals of Troubleshooting, Principles of Compression-Ignition Systems and Air Induction Systems, Repair and Testing of Compression-Ignition Systems, and Troubleshooting Compression-Ignition Engines.
Windows operating systems
All Microsoft Windows Office 2000 thru Windows 7
Intranet development, analysis, and designing
Imaging and editing software: ULead, Photo Shop, Adobe
Some experience using Apple operating systems
Some computer programming experience
Some website designing experience
College of Central Florida
BS Degree Program
Curriculum and Instructor Development with emphasis in Adult Learning
MS Degree Program
California Miramar University
(Formerly Pacific Western University)
Business Administration with Emphasis in Computer and Information Systems
Doctor of Philosophy
California Miramar University
(Formerly Pacific Western University)
Bachelor of Science 1989/91
Harford Community College
A&S-Computer Science 1988/89
Hampton Junior College
US Army (Retired)
Veterans of Foreign Wars
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Manage and supervise divisional managers
Develop and design curriculum program of instructions (POI)
Develop and design curriculum syllabus
Develop and design academic and naval sciences courses in English
Develop learning objectives, lesson plans, and student study material (textbooks)
Develop student evaluation tools (examinations) and testing procedures
Develop and design the academy’s intranet (computer network).
Develop and design computer based training (CBT) and
Develop and design e-learning and distance Learning Programs
Develop and design student transcript
Develop departmental and divisions standard operating procedures
Develop, design and supervised learning center activities and assesses.
Conduct instructor training certification
US Navy NAVEDTRA 130A &131A, NAVEDTRA 134, and NAVEDTRA 135
US Army AR750 Series, AR350 Series, TM 38-750 and TM 38-750-1
US Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS)
ADDIE, System Approach to Training (SAT), Instructional System Development (ISD) and Authoring Instructional Material (AIM I and II) methodologies
Defense Language Institute (English Course)
Subject Matter Expert (SME) in technical writing, editing, technical drawing, composition, and quality assurance
Experienced with Military Standards for writing Technical Manuals (MIL-STD-38784) and other Military Standards
Experienced in DOD military standard change pages, supplement pages, TCTO and TM, FM and TOE pages, illustrated parts breakdowns, as well as commercial manuals.
Experienced in compiling and updating engineering source data (graphics and text) for publishing military specified technical manual.
Teacher of varying exceptionalities, gifted and low achievers program
Academic and vocational teacher for handicap and special needs students
Automotive/Power Train Technician and Instructor
Automotive Technician and Senior Instructor
US Military Certified Instructor
Florida Teacher Certified
Trained Technical Writer
Battle Damage Assessment, Classification and Salvage Technician/Specialist
Vehicle Recovery Technician/Specialist
Available upon request.
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