Richard Hansell - Assistant Principal Resume Simple
SUMMARY
A highly motivated, creative, and results-oriented professional with over 10 years of experience in the areas of human resources, and management.
SKILLS
  • supervising, coordinator, responsible, operations, hiring, solutions, scheduling, budget, staff development, catalyst, english, office, coaching
  • writing, english, tutoring, management
WORK EXPERIENCES
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Assistant Principal

    Head Start

    • Responsible for hiring, training, and managing a staff of six-15 employees, including budget, operations, and customer relations.
    • Created and delivered training programs for staff and parents, including classroom management, classroom observations, and other administrative documentation.
    • Worked with the school leadership team to ensure that the school was equipped with the best possible training and development of the teachers and parents.
    • Facilitated training programs for all employees in the office of the management team. Created and implemented a comprehensive employee training program.
    • Supervised and evaluated staff, including training, performance management, and employee development. Conducted monthly and quarterly classroom observations and provided feedback to teachers and staff.
    • Provided leadership and training to teachers, parents, and students to ensure the best quality of instruction and curriculum.
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Language Arts Teacher

    Black Entertainment Television

    • Conducted classroom observations, reading and writing instructional materials, and providing instruction to students. Developed and implemented a rigorous learning plan to ensure that the students were properly trained and evaluated.
    • Created and implemented a school wide tutoring program for students to help them navigate their English language. The Academy was adopted by the state of Maryland.
    • Created and implemented a management system for the school. This was a new school of the year, which was adopted by the University of Illinois.