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Assistant Medical

Location:
Peoria, AZ
Posted:
October 14, 2020

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John Cubello 858-***-****

**** **** ***., *** ****, Glendale, Arizona 85301 adgy7x@r.postjobfree.com

Objective

To obtain the position of Executive Director of Academic operations.

Work Experience

Arizona Automotive Institute, Glendale, Arizona January 2020 - Present

Director of Education

Coach and Motivate Students from the start of the program to graduation.

Improve retention and graduations rates.

Manage and supervise the Education Department staff and faculty including 4 programs of study: Automotive Service Technician, Combination Welding, Diesel Heavy Truck, HVAC and Basic Refrigeration.

Organize Program Advisory Meetings and network with industry professionals.

Recruit and hire effective faculty.

Maintain adequate staffing levels.

Maintain an up to date working knowledge of all state and accrediting requirements.

Maintain an up to date working knowledge of all corporate policies and procedures and ensure their implementation.

Assist with maintenance of all records required by regulatory agencies.

Evaluate requests for transfer of credit for reentry and transfer students.

Spearhead the institution’s student retention objectives and efforts.

Monitor overall student academic progress and attendance.

Participate in new student orientation and graduation ceremonies.

Assist with coordinating advisory board meetings biannually.

Pima Medical Institute, San Marcos, California November 2018 – December 2019

Director of Student Services

Select and orient new instructors to Pima Medical Institute policies and procedures.

Conduct faculty observations and feedback to faculty.

Conduct student surveys and provide feedback to campus leaders.

Coach and mentor students and faculty.

Conduct faculty development seminars.

Monitor student absenteeism and academic progress.

Coach students towards success.

Help students achieve their full potential.

Provide advisement when students miss 5%, 10% or 15% of class time.

Help students overcome life obstacles.

Plan, prepare and implement the graduation ceremony.

Plan and implement student events.

Concorde Career College, Garden Grove, California July 2017 – November 2018

Academic Dean

Manage and supervise the operations of the education department including the following programs of study: Dental Assisting, Dental Hygiene, Medical Assisting, Medical Office Administration, Physical Therapy Assistant, Respiratory Therapy and Vocational Nursing.

Oversee and maintain the standards of our main accrediting body, ACCSC.

Oversee and maintain the standards of our Dental Hygiene Program accrediting body, CODA.

Oversee and maintain the standards of our Physical Therapist Assistant Program accrediting body, CAPTE.

Oversee and maintain the standards of our Respiratory Therapy Program accrediting body, COARC.

Oversee and maintain the standards of our Vocational Nurse Program accrediting body, BVNPT.

Successfully manage the retention of students. Best retention of all nationwide Concorde Career Colleges in 2017 and 2018.

Directly supervise and motivate six Program Directors, three Externship Coordinators, four Clinical Coordinators, one Student Records Coordinator, one Librarian and one Test Proctor.

Kaplan College, Lubbock, Texas October 2014 – June 2017

Director of Education

Manage and supervise the day-to-day operations of the education department.

Oversee the following programs of study: Medical Assistant, Dental Assistant, Medical Office Specialist, Patient Care Technician and Business Administration.

Supervise four program chairs and twenty instructors.

Evaluate education reports to manage drop budget and re-entry budget.

Ensure student classroom evaluations are completed at the end of each term. Review results with Executive Director and respective faculty.

Conduct student surveys followed by instructor coaching sessions.

Conduct student orientation every start.

Plan and supervise seasonal campus activities to improve retention.

Manage day-to-day accreditation standards.

Computer Career College – A Division of Vista College, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Director of Education July 2013 - September 2014

Spearhead the institution’s student retention objectives and efforts.

Manage and supervise the Education Department staff and faculty including seven programs of study: Medical Assisting, Medical Information Specialist, Practical Nursing, Business, Criminal Justice, Networking Specialist and Cosmetology Technician.

Observe, evaluate and coach faculty, student services, and registrar on an ongoing basis

Recruit and hire effective faculty.

Maintain adequate staffing levels.

Train and motivate program managers, faculty, student services, and registrar staff.

Maintain an up to date working knowledge of all state and accrediting requirements.

Maintain an up to date working knowledge of all corporate policies and procedures and ensure their implementation.

Supervise maintenance of all records required by regulatory agencies.

Evaluate requests for transfer of credit for reentry and transfer students.

Ensure student classroom evaluations are completed at the end of each term.

Southern Careers Institute, San Antonio, Texas June 2012 - July 2013

Director of Education

Manage and supervise the Education Department staff and faculty including 7 programs of study: Medical Assisting, Medical Coding and Billing Specialist, Medical Office Specialist, Pharmacy Technician, Administrative Assistant, Business Accounting Specialist and Cosmetology Technician.

Observe and evaluate faculty, student services, and registrar on an ongoing basis.

Recruit and hire effective faculty.

Maintain adequate staffing levels.

Train and motivate program managers, faculty, student services, and registrar staff.

Maintain an up to date working knowledge of all state and accrediting requirements.

Maintain an up to date working knowledge of all corporate policies and procedures and ensure their implementation.

Assist with maintenance of all records required by regulatory agencies.

Evaluate requests for transfer of credit for reentry and transfer students.

Spearhead the institution’s student retention objectives and efforts.

Monitor overall student academic progress and attendance.

Oversee student services and registrar functions to ensure performance levels are acceptable.

Participate in new student orientation and graduation ceremonies.

Assist with coordinating advisory board meetings biannually.

Lincoln College of Technology, Denver, Colorado April 2011 - June 2012

Director of Education

Taught Student Success Techniques to all new students at orientation and at mid-point during their program.

Coordinated a campus move from a 50,000 square foot facility to a 212,000 square foot facility in July 2011.

Managed all aspects of the Education Department in a 212,000 square foot, $30,000,000 campus offering programs in 5 skilled trades: Automotive Technology, Collision Repair, Diesel Technology, HVAC/R and Welding Technology

Started and grew three new programs of study at the new campus including Collision Repair, HVAC/R and Welding Technology

Successfully managed the retention budget to all benchmarks and metrics.

Collaborated and supervised five Program Chairs to create the yearly Capital Expenditures budget

Managed the Education Department of the largest of 50 campuses in the Lincoln Educational Services, Inc. system

Taught Success Techniques to all new students at orientation and at mid-point during their program.

Supervised 60 faculty and 12 staff members in the Education Department.

Westwood College, Los Angeles, California June 2007 - April 2011

Academic Dean

Taught a course entitled Day-One-Success to all new students at orientation.

Received an award from ACICS as an Honor Roll Institute for Exceptional Compliance in 2009.

Our campus received an award in 2009 for Campus of the Year in the Alta Colleges, Inc. system.

Managed all aspects of the Education Department and direct reports: Program Chairs, Educational Staff, Librarian, Registrar and Faculty including several degree programs including Bachelor degrees in Criminal Justice, Technology, Design and Bachelor and Master degrees in Business.

Was responsible for Hiring, orientation and training of faculty and staff; including working with Central Administration on conference calls, campus visits and other Departments.

Assisted with annual departmental and Capital Expenditures budget.

Was responsible for monitoring student satisfactory academic progress.

Ensured that Program Directors provide accurate academic advising to all students

Ensured adequate resources are available to faculty and students in order to support learning including classrooms, labs, books, materials and technology

Supervised and support the development and ongoing improvement of curriculum.

Monitored all Program Advisory Committees and seek employer input on curriculum.

Worked with faculty to evaluate and recommend resources including textbooks, materials, equipment and technology.

Conducted both Faculty Course Evaluations and Student Satisfactory Inventories as scheduled

Ensured compliance with state and federal regulations and licensing requirements and accrediting body regulations.

Ensured compliance with standard business practices including functional requirements, job aids and service level agreements.

Monitored and ensure accuracy on grading and attendance reports.

Supervised 90 faculty and 11 staff members in the Education Department.

Everest College, San Bernardino, California December 2005 - June 2007

Director of Education

Taught the Inspire Program which included student success techniques to all first module students.

Ensured compliance with state and federal regulations and licensing requirements and accrediting body regulations.

Ensured compliance with standard business practices including functional requirements, job aids and service level agreements.

Monitored and ensure accuracy on grading and attendance reports.

Supervised the attendance, retention and academic performance of all students.

Regularly advised students of their progress and techniques to implement to become successful graduates

Started and grew a new program in Electrical Technology.

Supervised 25 faculty and 6 staff members in the Education Department.

ITT Technical Institute, San Diego, California March 1994 - December 2005

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs (2002-2005)

Supported the Dean of Academic Affairs in all aspects of the Education Department

Provided supervision of all evening sessions until 11:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

Program Chair (1999-2002)

Supported the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and the Dean of Academic Affairs in managing all aspects of the Hospitality Management Program

Taught both General Education and Hospitality Management courses.

Instructor (1994-1999)

Full-Time Instructor for General Education and Hospitality Management courses including:

Student Success Strategies, Communication, Hotel Banquet Service Techniques and Hotel Banquet Department Management.

Education

National University, San Diego, California January 1998

Master of Science in Educational Technology

California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, California June 1990

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

El Camino College, Torrance, California June 1988

Associate in Arts in General Education



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