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Management Manager

Location:
Spring Valley, California, United States
Posted:
March 10, 2019

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YUN-CHING YEH DAVIS

**** ***** ******* ******

Spring Valley, CA 91977

619-***-****

ac8qn1@r.postjobfree.com

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS

Enthusiastic and dedicated professional team player.

Highly effective interpersonal communication and supervision skills.

Strength in recognizing, analyzing, solving problem and a quick learner.

Fourteen years of higher education teaching experience.

Twelve years of education administration experience.

Thirty years business and education management experiences.

Multi-lingual and fluent in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, and Power Point. EDUCATION

2008 – 2014 California International Business University, San Diego, California Doctor of Business Administration

1990 – 1992 Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu, Hawaii MBA in Management and MA in Human Resources Management 1983 – 1987 Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan BS in Meteorology

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE

Part Time Position

October 2016 – Present California Miramar University Adjunct Faculty for DBA, MBA, and BBA program

Hybrid Courses: BUS7040 Seminar-Advanced Corporate Finance, BUS7110 Strategic Human Resource Management, BUS7130 Seminar in Advanced Strategic Management, FIN6003 Financial Analysis and Evaluation, HRM6180 Human Resource Management, FIN 6002 Financial Institutions and Markets, MKT6001 Consumer Behavior and Decision Models, LED6120 Change Management, MGT3626 Supply Chain Management. On-Line Courses: BUS7040 Seminar-Advanced Corporate Finance, MKT7310 Advanced International Marketing, BUS7100 Advanced Marketing, BUS7130 Seminar in Advanced Strategic Management, BUS7110 Strategic Human Resource Management, MGT6170 Operation Management, HRM6180 Human Resource Management, FIN 6002 Financial Institutions and Markets, MGT6601 International Business Management, MKT6004 Pricing Strategy, HRM4352 Fundamentals of Human Resources Management, BUS3331 E-Commerce, MGT1602 Principal of Management, MGT3626 Supply Chain Management.

Davis 2

Prior to the course start date, review and update course syllabus.

Actively participate and monitor discussions, assignments, and communication with students.

Provide instruction that imparts real-world experiential knowledge that gives students an understanding of industry-based issues and trends.

Encourage a culture of learning that values mutual responsibility, life-long learning, diversity and ethics, as well as, personal and professional development.

Communicates with mutual respect for all employees and students.

Participate in activities that enhance professional and technical skills; in Faculty Governance activities; and in University and departmental meetings.

DBA Program Advisory Committee and Oversite Committee.

MBA Program Advisory Committee and Oversite Committee. July 2016 – Present San Diego State University

Lead Chinese Instructor of GO Summer Project

Prepare, submit and execute course syllabus.

Encourage a culture of learning that values mutual responsibility, life-long learning, diversity and ethics, as well as, personal and professional development.

Identify course texts and teaching media/material.

Actively participate and monitor discussions, assignments, and communication with students.

Provide instruction that imparts real-world experiential knowledge that gives students an understanding of industry-based issues and trends. September 2015 – December 2017 Southern States University Part-time Faculty

BU534 International Marketing, BU513 Statistics for Business, BU500 Quantitative Business Fundamentals, BU510 Operations Management, BU506 Managerial Economics, BU536 Global Strategy and Management, MKT305 Marketing Fundamentals, MKT405 Introduction to Marketing Research, MKT 415 Services Marketing, MKT 420 E-Marketing.

Prepare, submit and execute course syllabus.

Perform duties of grading and administrative requirements.

Encourage a culture of learning that values mutual responsibility, life-long learning, diversity and ethics, as well as, personal and professional development.

Advice and counsel students as needed.

Participate in activities that enhance professional and technical skills; in Faculty Governance activities; and in University and departmental meetings. July 2015 – Present Berlitz Training Solutions

Part-time Mandarin Instructor

Prepare course texts and teaching media/material.

Administer lesson plans.

Advice and counsel students as course needed.

Davis 3

January 2014 – June 2017 California University of Management & Sciences Part-time Faculty

BA521 Leadership & Organization Behavior, BM341 Human Resources Management, BA512 Advanced Strategic Management, BA573 Project Planning & Management Seminar, BA551 Marketing Management Theory, BA511 Business Statistics & Analysis, BM221 Business Statistics, BA541 Financial Management & Analysis, BA542 Investment Theory & Portfolio Management.

Prepare, submit and execute course syllabus.

Identify course texts and teaching media/material.

Perform duties of grading and administrative requirements.

Participate in activities that enhance professional and technical skills; in Faculty Governance activities; and in University and departmental meetings.

Participate in academic governance, meetings, orientations, and training. August 2004 – June 2015 San Diego Sun Yet Sen Chinese School Principal

Plan, organize and direct school administration and activities.

Recruit, train, supervise, and evaluate instructors and supporting staff.

Coordinate, analyze and manage school operating budget and grants.

Represent, communicate and connect school-community activities. January 2002 – July 2004

Vice Principal

Plan, search, develop and operate fund- raising activities.

Coordinate school renting facility related administration.

Organize and operate student store.

Manage teaching resources and overlook hand-out material. August 2000 – July 2006

Instructor

Prepare and teach assigned class during class hours.

Communicate with parents to help students’ learning.

Attend teacher training conference and workshops.

Advise and counsel needed students.

September 2003 – December 2014 California International Business University Adjunct Faculty

Human Resources Management, Organizational Development & Culture, Business Internship.

Prepare, submit and execute course syllabus.

Identify course texts and teaching media/material.

Prepare and administer exams and submit final grades.

Advice and counsel students as needed.

Davis 4

Full Time Position

January 2014 – August 2016 California University of Management & Sciences MBA Program Chair

Supervising faculty administration.

Plan annual Faculty Developing programs.

Evaluate faculty performance reviews.

Participate in Curriculum, Assessment, and Program Development Committee. June 1996 – December 2007 Tek Lok America Company

Executive Manager

Direct Human Resources Department.

Analyze fiscal trends in terms of budget goals.

Develop inter-branch network

Conduct internal and external sales administration. June 1993 – May 1996

Human Resources Manager

Administer and coordinate recruitment and selection procedures.

Set up and operate benefit and compensation programs.

Mediate labor related negotiations.

Develop employee training programs.

May 1989 -- June 1993 Tek Lok Enterprise Co., Ltd. Marketing Manager

Plan marketing strategic projects.

Supervise and train sales engineers.

Set up computer system for product and customer services.

Organize customer service department.

February 1988 -- April 1989 Pacific Engineers & Constructors, Ltd. Environmental Engineer

Research and analyze meteorological information.

Operate technical computer programs.

Recommend pollution control plans.

Prepare Environmental Impact Assessments.

April 1987 -- January 1988 Taipei Y.W.C.A.

Program Director

Recruit, train and supervise twenty-five volunteers to operate young adult programs.

Conduct juvenile delinquent project.

Organize interagency consulting line and mailbox. Davis 5

October 1986 -- March 1987 Nan Tau Y.M.C.A.

Professional Staff

Plan educational and recreational programs.

Recruit instructors and students.

Develop local volunteer group.

Publishing

Key Factors Affecting Taiwanese Graduate Students’ Decisions in Choosing Between U.S. And Domestic Programs. April, 2014



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