Psychology Lecturer Resume

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Brad Moore

7930 Carpenter St, Apt#45

Seattle,

WA 98119

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Summary

A credible and respectable Psychology Lecturer with proven expertise in conveying knowledge to learning individuals; responsible for delivering an accurate and updated lecture materials and programs on specific subject matters; responsible for maintaining high morale of students and motivations at all times; excellent interpersonal skills; uncommon communication skills both in oral and in writing

Professional Experience:

Psychology LecturerJanuary 2007 – present

KSAU- HS, Seattle, WA

Responsibilities

Obtained high student morale and motivation at all times, both in the specific classes and the school in general by regularly monitoring the students.

Managed the day-to-day operations of classes and the maximum progress of students under the responsibility of the employee.

Coordinated with other school officials to obtain general school discipline and the overall operation stability, integrity and professional image of the school.

Supervised student attendance and punctuality.

Facilitated counseling of individual students regarding attendance, punctuality, academic progress, professional development, and behavior as required.

Coordinated and communicated with parents or employers if necessary and appropriate and provided both informal and formal school reports as required.

Lecturer- PsychologyMay 2004– January 2007

Fort Lewis College, Colorado

Responsibilities:

  • Obtained high student morale and motivation at all times, both in the specific classes and the school in general by regularly monitoring the students.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of classes and the maximum progress of students under the responsibility of the employee.
  • Coordinated with other school officials to obtain general school discipline and the overall operation stability, integrity and professional image of the school.
  • Supervised student attendance and punctuality.
  • Facilitated counseling of individual students regarding attendance, punctuality, academic progress, professional development, and behavior as required.
  • Coordinated and communicated with parents or employers if necessary and appropriate and provided both informal and formal school reports as required.

Lecturer- PsychologyMay 2004– January 2007

Fort Lewis College, Colorado

Responsibilities:

  • Obtained high student morale and motivation at all times, both in the specific classes and the school in general by regularly monitoring the students.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of classes and the maximum progress of students under the responsibility of the employee.
  • Coordinated with other school officials to obtain general school discipline and the overall operation stability, integrity and professional image of the school.
  • Supervised student attendance and punctuality.
  • Facilitated counseling of individual students regarding attendance, punctuality, academic progress, professional development, and behavior as required.
  • Coordinated and communicated with parents or employers if necessary and appropriate and provided both informal and formal school reports as required.

Lecturer- PsychologyMay 2004– January 2007

Fort Lewis College, Colorado

Education

Ph. D. in Psychology, Stanford University, 1999

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Stanford University, 1994

Skills:

  • Proficiency in both oral and written communication skills
  • Proficiency in computer applications related to work
  • Knowledgeable in applicable laws, codes and regulations
  • Good time management and organizational skills
  • Awards and Honors
  • Award of Excellence in Teaching, University of Colorado Systems, 2008
  • Award of Excellence, Fort Lewis College, 2003

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