

System engineer, software engineer, engineer Resume

Desired Industry: Engineering 
SpiderID: 70115 
Desired Job Location: San Francisco, California 
Date Posted: 9/15/2013 
Type of Position: FullTime Permanent 
Availability Date: Anytime 
Desired Wage: $60,000 per year 


U.S. Work Authorization: Yes 
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level 
Willing to Travel: Yes, 2550% 
Highest Degree Attained: Masters 
Willing to Relocate: Yes 
Objective: Accomplished, dynamic Math and Science Professional with an extensive background in advanced mathematics including calculus, geometry, algebra and the sciences. Seeking to utilize my exemplary problem solving and research experience in an exciting career in Engineering. Highly skilled at analytical reasoning and critical thinking with a keen ability to find effective solutions to complex problems. Skilled at the analysis of formulas and determining how to utilize them in real world experiences. Logical and creative thinker with more than 7 years expertise in counseling and advising students at the college level. Detail oriented and meticulous and able to catch the smallest of mistakes. Ability to perform challenging analyses, testing and technical evaluations and present findings to peers and management. Solid technology, IT and computer information skills.
Experience: PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, Pasadena, California January 2006 – Present Adjunct Mathematics Instructor
 Teach Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Calculus I and Calculus II.  Utilize WebAssign, MathXL, MyMathLab and Canvas
CITRUS COLLEGE, Glendora, California September 2007 – Present Adjunct Mathematics Instructor
 Instruct Survey of Mathematics, Arithmetic, Basic Math, PreAlgebra and Intermediate Algebra II.  Provide assistance to students before and after class.  Test students online using ALEKS computerized exam systems.
WEST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE, Culver City, California August 2006 – December 2012 Adjunct Mathematics Instructor
 Taught Arithmetic, PreAlgebra, Beginning Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, Business Calculus, Trigonometry and Pre Calculus.  Incorporated multiple online teaching components into classes including Educo/EducoSoft, Eduspace, WebAssign, and PLATO support learning.  Instructed students in the Umoja Program.  Participated in departmental meetings and professional development activities.  Served on the Basic Skills Committee and the Comprehensive Program Review Committee.  Evaluated and revised the Intermediate Algebra curriculum.
MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE, Walnut, California August 2007 – June 2009 Adjunct Mathematics Instructor
 Administered classes in PreAlgebra, Elementary Algebra and Intermediate Algebra.  Provided MyMathLab for students to utilize in submitting homework.
OXNARD COLLEGE, Oxnard, California January 2006 – May 2006 Part Time Mathematics Instructor
 Applied solid math background in teaching Elementary Algebra.  Aided students before and after class with assignment questions.
ELITE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE, Los Angeles, California September 2005 – May 2006 Teacher
 Taught SAT Math, Geometry and 6th grade Math.  Prepared lesson plans and routinely evaluated students’ progress.  Tutored students in Calculus, Pre Calculus, Geometry and SAT Math.
SYLVAN LEARNING CENTER, San Marino, California October 2004 – August 2005 Teacher
 Instructed academic Math and Reading to students ranging from 1st to 12th grade.  Counseled students on homework and provided support on all subjects specializing in Math and Science.  Taught prescribed lessons to students in a one on three setting.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Davis, California September 1999 – December 2002 Teaching Assistant
 Assisted professors in subjects including Calculus I – IV, Linear Algebra, and Business Calculus series.  Conducted discussion sessions and prepared lesson plans in undergraduate mathematics.  Counseled students during office hours and math labs.
Education: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Davis Master of Science, Applied Mathematics, 2002 Specializing in Mathematical Physics Chemistry Thesis: The Low Energy Spectrum of the Spin Heisenberg XXZ Chain in a Pinning Field
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, Los Angeles Bachelor of Science, Applied Mathematics, 1999 Dean’s List, Cum Laude
Skills: Computer Programming Languages: C++, Matlab, C, Fortran Microsoft Office: Advanced Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, Word Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Windows and Mac Operating Systems Creative Design Scientific Concepts Problem Solving Effective Communication Formulas and Strategies Technology and Analysis Fluent in Chinese and English Innovative Organizational Skills Able to obtain Secret Security Clearance / US Citizen
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