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Director of Curriculum Development/Editor Resume


Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 42970
Desired Job Location: Canoga Park, California Date Posted: 9/10/2010
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 30 days notice
Desired Wage: 40000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
EMPLOYMENT INTERESTS

Writing/Editing
Research/Education
Public Relations/Communications
Advising/Counseling


Experience:
English as a Second Language Instructor: 3/07 - 12/07; Interlink Language Center, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina.

Grant Writer: 1/06 - 6/06; Economic Development Office, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, Baraga, Michigan.

Editor/Writer: 5/02 - 5/05; Foreign Press and Public Relations Division, Economic Information Bureau, Ministry of Finance and Economy, Gwacheon, Korea.

English as a Foreign Language Instructor: 6/01 - 2/02; International Trade Institute, China External Trade Development Council, Hsinchu, Taiwan.

English as a Foreign Language Instructor: 7/00 - 6/01; YBM/ELS Language Institute, Seoul, Korea.

Editor/Speech Writer/Researcher: 7/98 - 5/00; Political Section, Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Washington, DC.

Copy Editor: 12/95 - 12/96; International News Desk, Yonhap News Agency, Seoul, Korea.

English as a Foreign Language Instructor: 7/93 - 7/95: Yonsei University Foreign Language Institute, Seoul, Korea.

Copy Editor/Speech Writer: 9/94 - 6/95; Economic Section, Environmental Cooperation Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Seoul, Korea.

English as a Foreign Language Instructor: 4/92 - 4/93; Hyundai Sisa Yong-O-Sa Language Institute, Seoul, Korea.

Substitute Teacher: 3/91 - 4/92; Flint Community Schools, Flint, Michigan.

Basic Skills Instructor: 6/91 - 8/91; Human Investment Corporation, Flint, Michigan.

Indian Education Coordinator: 7/90 - 3/91; Genesee Indian Center, Flint, Michigan.

Substitute Teacher: 1/89 - 7/90; Flint Community Schools, Flint, Michigan.

Case Clerk: 7/88 - 12/88; Law Offices of Haight, Brown, and Bonesteel, Santa Monica, California.

Research Assistant: 9/86 - 6/88; University of Michigan-Flint, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work.


Education:
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages; Shenandoah University, January 1998, 9 credits.

Master of Liberal Studies: American Studies, University of Michigan, May 1997, 33 credits.

Bachelor of Arts: Philosophy and Psychology, University of Michigan, April 1988, 132 credits.

Early Childhood Education, Wayne State University, January 1980, 10 credits.


Affiliations:
Michigan Labor History Project, UM-Flint, 1984.

Student Representative, UM-Flint, 1988.

Student Rights and Concerns Committee, UM-Flint, 1988.

Ethnography of Aging in the Arabic Community, UM-Flint, 1988.

Campus Racism Conference, UM-Flint, 1990.

Michigan Department of Education Minority Equity Conference, 1990.

National Center for Community Education Leadership Training, 1990.

Four Worlds Community Development Seminar, 1990.

American Indian Student Organization, UM-Flint, 1990.

KOTESOL Conference, Seoul, Korea, 1992-96.

American Chamber of Commerce-Korea, Seoul, Korea 1994-96.

TESL-L Electronic Discussion Forum, Winchester, VA, 1997-98.

TESOL Graduate Assistant, Shenandoah University, 1997-98.


Skills:
Communication - Cooperative interpersonal demeanor; detail-oriented editor; concise and succinct writer; effective public speaker.

Human Relations - Networking; brainstorming; negotiating; consensus building; conflict resolution; advising; counseling.

Management - Recruiting; screening; interviewing; hiring; scheduling; orientation; personal and professional development; work-flow evaluation, coordination and prioritization; policy evaluation and revision; logistical coordination.

Development - Strategic, budgetary and agenda planning; proposal writing; grant writing; research, curriculum and test design; community outreach and development; support
services integration.

Computers - I am proficient working in IBM and Macintosh LAN environments, and with Windows, Microsoft Office Suite, LEXIS-NEXIS, Lotus 123, LotusNotes, WordPerfect, EndNote, AmiPro, WordStar, SPSS, ClarisWorks, GroupWise, BeyondMail, and OnTime. Can type 60 words per minute.


Reference:
Available upon request.


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