Managerial, Technical, Administrative - Education Teaching Training Re
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Managerial, Technical, Administrative Resume

Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 7117
Desired Job Location: Chicago, Illinois Date Posted: 5/25/2006
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: June 2006
Desired Wage: $60,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: No

To find a position wthat will utilize my managerial, technical, and administrative experience.

2003 to May 2006
Consortium on Chicago School Research at the University of Chicago Chicago,IL Associate Director of Publications and Communications
Direct the Consortium in the preparation of all materials for publication. Responsible for the graphic design and production of all research reports and collateral materials. Create and coordinate graphic and editorial identity for the organization. Collaborate with authors and research directors on the graphic and editorial display of publications. Prepare documents for layout and desktop publishing. Assist authors in the development of timelines for report production and assure that project timelines are met. Supervise editor through the writing, editing, and proofreading stages of all publications. Keep both authors and directors informed about the progress of the publication process. Assist in the development of strategic priorities of the Consortium and translate those priorities to key messages for the Consortium audience via publications, website, and other communications vehicles. Insure that the website maintains the identity of the organization, and assure that the site is updated continuously. Plan communications and distribution strategies for Consortium research studies. Manage the delivery of high quality materials that reflect the stature and credibility of the organization. Assist in the planning of community and outreach activities. Collaborate with others in leadership positions to plan, develop and strengthen relationships with local and national media. Participate in the overall policy making decisions, hiring, budget planning, etc. Oversee all conference activities, Steering Committee meetings, and symposia. Publisher of the newsletter for the Consortium, Center for Urban School Improvement, and the North Kenwood/Oakland Charter School. Direct and provide leadership to two full-time professionals (Publications Editor/Research Assistant and Webmaster) and one Administrative Assistant.

Graduated from Chicago Vocational high school in 1967. Attended Loop Junior College 1977 thru 1978.

Use both Macintosh and PC
Software: MS Word, Wordperfect, Powerpoint, Excel, Pagemaker, Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Access

Additional Information:
1997 to 2003
Consortium on Chicago School Research at the University of Chicago Chicago, IL Graphics Specialist-Desktop
Prepared documents for layout and desktop publishing. Responsible for the design and layout of the Consortium, Center for Urban School Improvement, and North Kenwood/Oakland Charter School newsletter. Managed Consortium website, contact person for all printing vendors. Assisted director with creating production timeline for all research reports. Desktop published a book written by Consortium directors. Using the University FAS system, responsible for processing all printing and publication invoices.

Consortium on Chicago School Research at the University of Chicago Chicago, IL Secretary IV
Secretary to the Director and Operations Manager. Composed correspondence, processed Consortium invoices for payment using the University FAS system. Made travel arrangements, scheduled meetings, answered phones, copying, and general office duties.

Commonwealth Edison Chicago, IL
Administrative Assistant
Assisted Director of Occupational Safety and Hygiene (Division of Human Resources) and editor of department newsletter. Coordinated the typing of correspondence and scientific reports (graphs, tables, statistical charts, etc.) for technical support persons. Performed accounts payable/receivable functions. Maintained department library and technical filing system.

Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD
Executive Assistant
Assisted Vice President of Development. Coordinated meetings and travel arrangements. Responsible for monthly “Giving Report”. Composed correspondence and supervised two secretaries and one data clerk.

Available upon request.

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