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Lecturer/Assistant Professor Resume


Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 80549
Desired Job Location: Stratford, Connecticut Date Posted: 1/30/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 01.31.18
Desired Wage: 70500
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Student-oriented and innovative professional, with extensive experience in teaching English courses, including academic and creative writing. Adept at teaching Mainstream English and English as a Second Language.
Knowledgeable of diverse teaching approaches suitable to different learning styles and personalities of students, as well as appropriate presentations, materials, lessons, and activities depending on their needs. Commended for unparalleled dedication to inspire and educate students to enhance their strengths and abilities and achieve superior learning. Equipped with outstanding writing and communication abilities, with fluency in English, proficiency in Spanish, and basic skills in Arabic. Culturally sensitive individual, honed from working and living in three foreign countries.


Experience:
Teaching Experience

CONFIDENTIAL
Senior Lecturer – College of Science and Health Professions - 2016–Present
Facilitate training of students on reading techniques to enhance awareness of clear and effective writing; as well as weekly writing workshops on self-evaluation and analysis of student and peer work
Expertly teach two sections on communications skills and educate four sections on integrated reading and composition levels one and two as well as advanced writing level three
Take charge of incorporating TED-Ed and other technologies into course format and assignments
Prepare worksheets, quizzes, and mid-term examinations for students

King Saud University | Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Lecturer – First Year Preparatory Year Program -2015–2016
Led oral examinations; prepared English language mid-terms and final examinations; as well as assessed students’ writing and presentation skills
Taught medical terminology, first and second year writing courses, as well as different citation and referencing styles, including Modern Language Association (MLA), Vancouver, and American Psychological Association (APA)
Improved university curriculum and critical thinking abilities of students by introducing thought-provoking reading and discussion materials

Tecnológico de Studios Superiores de Ecatepec | Mexico City, Mexico
Visiting Professor – English as Foreign Language - 2015
Delivered a four-week course program on classroom management as well as series of professional development workshops on Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) to faculty members
Developed and implemented a peer mentor program for undergraduate second language learners
Served as a committee alternate during students’ thesis defense

American Language Institute, California State University | Long Beach, CA, USA
Lecturer/Trainer – English as Second Language - 2014
Trained 15 professors from Mexico City’s Proyecto 100 Program on a four-week English as Second Language (ESL) listening and speaking training course
Spearheaded a seven-week advanced reading and technical writing course for 15 information technology specialists from France

Yale University | New Haven, CT, USA
Adjunct Professor – English as a Second Language Summer, English Language Institute - 2011–2013
Conceptualized and established a new ESL reading and writing curriculum based on African-American, Hispanic, and Asian authors
Ensured analytical and fair assessments of student’s knowledge and abilities
Lectured students on intermediate and advanced reading and writing skills

Yale University | New Haven, CT, USA
Adjunct Professor–Summer Medical and Dental Program, Summer English Language Institute - 2012–2013
Contributed in the medical school application process by facilitating a six-week intensive course in writing effective personal statements
Functioned as facilitator of student peer critiques and discussions regarding essay structure, theme, and style
Worked as part of a four-person team, responsible for providing assistance to a research project, entitled The Role of Study Abroad Programs in Second Language Acquisition in 2011

Southern Connecticut State University | New Haven, CT, USA
Adjunct Professor – English Composition - 2009–2013
Provided lecture to students on creative writing and argumentative essay writing courses as well as directed subsequent workshops
Enhanced first and second year students’ communication and critical thinking abilities through promotion of in-class debates
Offered direct help to six students’ regarding academic goal setting and attainment

Gateway Community College | New Haven, CT, USA
Adjunct Instructor - 2009–2013
Administered mainstream English Composition Program and ESL Program, which encompassed educating students on reading and vocabulary as well as pronunciation, listening, and speaking
Executed diagnostic testing and student assessment
Ensured students’ preparation for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) examination
Acted as the mentor of two ESL teaching interns to ensure improvement of their skills
Expertly taught mainstream students on Communications Skills 101

Quinnipiac University | Hamden, CT, USA
Adjunct Professor – First Year Writing Program: Composition and Literature - 2009–2013
Ensured the development of high-level reasoning and judgment of first and second year students for effective university-level discussion and writing by guiding them on rhetorical strategies and techniques
Led the improvement of students’ argument and analytical writing by introducing an organized sequence of multicultural critical readings
Mentored four undergraduate students by helping them in selecting potential majors, discussing goals, and providing encouragement



Career-Related Experience

Nevada Donor Network | Las Vegas, NV, USA
Staff Development Coordinator - 2013–2014
Oversaw the organization-wide education and training for 95 multicultural clinical and nonclinical staff as well as the training for department managers on assessment and competency development implementation
Rendered a mandatory web-based Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) yearly training
Created and presented PowerPoint presentations for management and staff
Conceptualized and established new employee on-boarding protocol and subsequent training program
Efficiently determined departmental gaps in employee training and recommended improvement strategies
Achieved 50% reduction in company turnover and changed the organization’s retention rate by leading individual and group coaching for at-risk employees

Montage Initiative Inc. | Bridgeport, CT, USA
Education and Training Coordinator - 2008–2013
Generated effective plans and tactics for local artists and authors
Facilitated the training of eight international studies interns on cross-cultural communication skills
Established and sustained exceptional relationships with stakeholders and donors
Assisted in organizing fundraising events, preparing grants, and creating project proposals that generated $10K to $20K annually



Earlier Position Held:

Lifelink of Georgia | Norcross, GA, USA
In-house Organ/Tissue Donation Coordinator - 2001–2007


Education:
Master of Business Administration
Concentration in Health Services Education
Keller Graduate School of Management, Atlanta, GA

Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
Concentration in Poetry
University of Utah–Department of English | Salt Lake City, UT

Bachelor of Arts in English, Double Minor in Creative Writing and Spanish
Concentration in English Literature
New Mexico State University–Department of English | Las Cruces, NM


Credentials

Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), International House: 2015
Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), The TEFL Institute: 2009


Affiliations:
Member, International Women’s Writing Guild
Member, Academy of American Poets
Advisory Council Member, Montage Initiative, Inc.
Member, Golden Key Honour Society
Member, California Association of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Language (CATESOL)
Former Committee Member, Critical Care Multidisciplinary Committee, Grady Memorial Hospital
Former Bylaws Committee Chair, The American Society of Multicultural Health and Transplant Professionals
Member, Association for Talent Development (ATD)


Skills:
Classroom Management - Student Need Assessment - Performance Evaluation - Curriculum Development
Test Writing - Lesson Planning - Creative and Academic Writing


Additional Information:
Technical Skills

Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook) | Macintosh Suite | SMART Board and Notebook
Oxford Learn and Canvas Learning Management Systems | Blackboard | Pages | Keynote | Adobe Captivate



Presentation

Fernandes, D. (2015). La misión de estudiar en el extranjero. Tecnológico de Estudios Supereriores de Ecatepec, Mexico City, Mexico.



Publications

Poetry Book: In Progress (book title will be provided upon request)
Painting Birds (Short Story) 100 Word Story: 2017
Psalm 15 Mommy’s Ascension (Poem) California Quarterly, Volume 37: 2012
Two Poets (Poems) A Poetry-Prose Reading, SoBoBo Art Gallery: 2011
Psalm 23 In Reverse (Poem), Verdad Magazine: A Journal of Literature and Art, Volume 9: 2010
Psalm Talk (Poetry Book), University of Utah Press: 2001


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