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Location:
Havelock, North Carolina, United States
Salary:
35000
Posted:
April 23, 2019

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OBJECTIVE: Obtain employment as English Language Arts Teacher Grades 9-12

NEW BERN HIGH SCHOOL Aug 2014-Aug 2018

•Instructed grades 9-12 in World, American, and British literature. Extensive experience in drafting comprehensive lesson plans for accelerated (Honors), college preparation, and differentiation for special needs students with learning disabilities.

•Learning Focus Plans involved focus of study, learning essential questions, guided discussion, and learning focus groups designed with higher level thinking questions. Students were taught using methods designed to work both individually and in group settings.

•Extensive experience with Individual Education Plans (IEP) for special needs students. IEP’s focus on student’s learning disabilities and coordinated efforts with IEP managers, Assistant Principals and parental involvement. Adept at integrating online and technology educational programs to promote 21st century skills and prepare students for success in college and business sector. Performed collaboration with colleagues to promote learning, enhance department cohesion, and increase student performance for North Carolina State Exams. Served as North Carolina State Exam administrator for over 250 juniors and proctored ACT exams for over 500 sophomores during this period.

United States Marine Corps Nov 1991 – Sept 2011

•Served as Chief Warrant Officer 2, Maintenance Officer, Motor Transport and Utilities platoons. for over 4.5 million dollars of equipment assets through comprehensive inventory using Consolidated Material Report (CMR) for Commanding Officer. Conducted daily analysis of equipment readiness using Daily Process Report (DPR) to track repair parts, report equipment readiness to Commanding Officer.

•Conducted weekly reconciliation with Maintenance Management Officer to assess the status of repair part requisitions, update equipment repair status, and report equipment deficiencies to the Commanding Officer. Attended weekly Commanding Officer meetings to update the Commanding Officer on equipment readiness, support requirements, and personnel accountability.

•Served as Maintenance Officer for combat support operations for Operation Iraqi Freedom (2004-2007) and Operation Enduring Freedom (2009-2010). Responsible for support of combat flight operations involving radar facilities, tactical air control, flight communications, and convoy operations for satellite support bases throughout theater of operations. Responsible for the training and employment of 45 maintenance Marines. Training included professional military education requirements, physical fitness, rifle and pistol qualification, and specialty schools required for advancement and promotion.

•Served as Utilities Marine (Private-Staff Sergeant) and responsible for Mobile Equipment Power Distribution Systems to provide power for Marine Corps radar, communication, billeting, and command center function.

•Provided water purification, refrigeration and heating, electronic diagnosis and repair, and generator support for command elements supporting both land and flight combat operations. Conducted and participated in combat training deployments in Guam, Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, Japan, Okinawa, Korea, and Australia.

EDUCATION

•Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature (University of Phoenix 2014)

•Master’s Degree in Education (University of Phoenix 2015)

PROFESSIONAL LICENSE:

•North Carolina State Certified Teacher (2015-current)

PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION:

• Marine Corps Officer’s Education and Training at The Basic School, Quantico, Virginia (2003)

• Utilities Officer’s Training Course, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina (2003)

• Marine Corps Instructor Course (2002).

• Staff Non-Commissioned Officer’s Academy (2001)

• Journeyman Electrician Course (1996)

• Corporal’s Leadership Course (1997)

• Marine Corps Electrician’s Course (1992)

MILITARY SERVICE INFORMATION:

•Rank: Retired Chief Warrant Officer 2, United States Marine Corps, 1991-2011

•Type of Discharge: Honorable

•Awards and Citations: Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, Navy Meritorious Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Citation (2), National Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal (3), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Deployment Medal, Iraq Service Medal, Afghanistan Service Medal, Korean Defense Medal, Sea Service Deployment ribbon (8), North Atlantic Treaty Organization Afghanistan Medal.

REFERENCES

Amy Snook, New Bern High School English Department Chairperson, 252-***-****.

Lieutenant Colonel Terrence Watson, Commanding Officer, Marine Tactical Air Control Squadron 28. 252-***-****.



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