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Experience with startup programs, variety of experience with private

Location:
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Salary:
$65,000
Posted:
February 01, 2018

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CURRICULUM VITAE

ROGER W. MILLER

PERSONAL:

Present Address: **** *. *** ******,

Apt. 220

Phoenix, AZ 5004

Telephone: 480-***-****

Internet Address: ac4an3@r.postjobfree.com

ac4an3@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION:

Ph.D. University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

M.A. University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa

B.A. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

SPECIAL INTERESTS:

Spanish for Specific Purposes, Spanish for Law Enforcement, Medical Spanish, Legal Terminology in Spanish, Spanish Humor and Cultural Contrasts between Spanish-Speaking countries and the United States.

EXPERIENCE:

November 1989 – Present: Dario Language Systems, President. Duties included: developing customized programs for law enforcement agencies, submitting proposals, hiring and evaluating staff. Clients include: Mesa, Phoenix and Scottsdale Police Departments, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, and the Department of Public Safety.

January 1993 -1996: Maricopa Community Colleges, District Office, Curriculum Developer and Instructor for Office of Economic Development. Duties included: developing Spanish programs for Collectors for Chase Bankcard Service and Carter Hawley Hale.

January 1987 – 1993: Chandler Gilbert Community College, Chandler, Arizona. Coordinator of the Job Specific Spanish Language Programs. Duties included: teaching and developing Spanish courses in all professional areas that included law enforcement, medical and business.

May 1987 – 1900: Instructor of Law Enforcement Spanish for the Mesa Police Department. Duties included: teaching and developing Spanish courses, hiring and evaluating instructors.

June 1986 – October: Language Center of the Pacific, Glendora, California. Assistant Director. Duties included: marketing schools to foreign governments; designing English for Specific Purposes material; submitting proposals to embassies and U.S. government agencies and assisting students with immigration documents.

October 1993 – 1995: International Airports Projects, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Program Specialist in Career Development. Duties included: organization and development of management seminars and career paths for senior management at the airports in Riyadh and Jeddah.

July 1982 – August 1983: Northrop Corporation Technical Institute, Natchitoches, Louisiana. Site Manager for English Language Training Program for Saudi Petrochemical Company. Duties included: setting up training program; hiring teaching and administrative staff; interfacing with university and town officials; and establishing budge priorities.

May 1981 – July 1982: Northrop Corporation Technical Institute, Ottumwa, Iowa, Lead-Instructor English Language program for SAUDIA Airlines. Duties included: Coordination of curriculum development; supervision and evaluation of teaching staff; scheduling classes, and academic counseling.

July 1980 – May 1981: Systems for International Training, Conroe, Texas and Topeka, Kansas. Program Director of English Language Training for helicopter mechanics from the United Arab Emirates. Duties included: development and coordination of curriculum, interviewing and hiring teaching staff; making budget recommendations; and interfacing with technical Heliflight staff.

October 1876 – July 1980. Northrop Worldwide Aircraft Services. San Antonio, Texas, Instructor and Developer of Courseware for the Royal Saudi Air Force in pre-technical and technical English at Lackland Air Force Base.

October 1977 – July 1980. Instructor of Spanish at San Antonio College in San Antonio, Texas. Duties included developing original material for the course – “Spanish for Native Speakers.”

October 1978 – June 1980. Adjunct Professor of Bilingual Education at the University of

Texas in San Antonio, Texas. Duties included: teaching course in “Reading Acquisition” at the graduate level and participating in oral exams for the Master’s degree in Bilingual Education.

1970 – 1974: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Supervisor of Student Teachers Spanish, French and German. Duties included: teaching Spanish at all levels and methods of teaching a foreign language.

1967 – 1970: Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, Assistant Professor of Spanish. Duties included: teaching Spanish at all levels.

1963 – 1970: University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado, Chairperson, Department of Foreign Languages. Duties included: teaching all levels of Spanish, recommending budget, and selection of staff.

1962 – 1963: Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas. Instructor of Spanish. Duties included: teaching all levels of Spanish.

1961-1962: Bi-national Center, Bucaramanga, Colombia. Director of Courses, Duties included: teaching English as a Second Language, developing programs for Bilingual Secretaries.



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