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Posted by: Christian
Date: 5 September 2017

C. Sonekan
#88 Daxue Lu Road,
Wenzhou, Zheijiang Province, China

Email: schris@email.com

Objective: To obtain position as High School Physics or Chemistry or Laboratory Technician or TESOL Teacher

TESOL: Teaching Adults English+in-class Foundation Course, April, 2015
2 years teaching experience: College Physics laboratory teacher, USA
2 years tutoring experience: University 1st year engineering students, Canada
Research Assistant, Civil Engineering(Water Quality), September, 2010
Master of Science in Environmental Studies, December, 2000
Bachelor of Science in Physics, September, 1986

High School Physics and Chemistry Teacher, September 2016 – August 2017
Key Responsibilities:
Taught Chemistry to grade 11 students in China; taught Physics to grade 10 students(American syllabus)
Assessed students' sills and abilities via quiz, homework, classwork; graded students' work
Discussed students' progress with parents and guardians, and offered solutions to difficult issues
Supervised students' laboratory experiment, assisted with their laboratory report-writing
Managed students' grades on online portal, of which parents have access: Delivered speech to parents

Graduate Teaching Assistant
University of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, USA, August, 1997-December, 1999
Key Responsibilities:
Provided assistance to the Principal Research Investigator to set up portable electronic weather station and collected data. Analysed and reviewed Introductory Laboratory Undergraduate Physics Manual
Prepared notes, tested laboratory experimental set-up apparatus for integrity. Performed own trial experiments
Taught class (average of 15 students) for about 30 minutes; demonstrated experiments
Supervised students’ ongoing experiments, assisted with guidance and suggestions (2.5 hours). Provided students with information and support on developing scientific lab report-writing skills. Graded students’ lab work and reported grades to the examinations department at end of semester

Research Intern, June, 2000
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, USA, June 2000

Internship Award: Received an Internship award to participate as a Research Assistant in summer international meeting of 40 scientists and 12 research assistants from all over the US, Canada, Europe.
Conducted experiments and analysed marine laboratory data on ocean convection research experiment
Presented results to the assembly of scientists

International Association of Great Lakes Research Conference, Toronto, May, 2010
Poster Presentation, “Application of a one-dimensional model to Hamilton Harbour and Lake Simcoe”
Displayed charts of research results and explained briefly the theory, simulation results and real field data

Employment Experience
Environmental Technician, Temporary Employment Agencies, Calgary, Canada, June 2013-July 2016

Laboratory Technician, AGAT Laboratories, Calgary, Canada, March, 2011-August 2013
Discussed client's experiment/task requests with supervisor and carted cylinders with oil, gas and water
Analysed contents of cylinder using PVT(Pressure, Volume, Temperature) equipment and recorded data
Applied MS Excel to produce report of results, including Live Oil Density, Live Water Density

Research Assistant, Civil Engineering, Queen's University, Canada, September, 2008-September, 2010
Reviewed and applied a one-dimensional model to study impact of climate change on inland waters

Laboratory Technician, AGAT Laboratories, Calgary, Canada, January, 2006- June 2007
Performed Dean Stark analysis of oil-sand samples in-order to extract bitumen and measure water content
Performed data entry and archived data in Laboratory Information Management System

TESOL Graduate, Calgary, Canada, 24 September, 2015
Completed 60 hour In-Class Foundation Course plus 60 hour Online Teaching Adults Course

Research Assistant, September, 2008 – September, 2010
Civil Engineering Department, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
Work Schedule: Environmental Fluid Dynamics (Water Turbulence Modelling), Limnology (Study of Lakes), Long-Term Environmental Change, Environmental Modeling, Introduction to Fluid Dynamics (Audit); Lake and reservoir simulation/modeling, Principles of Academic Writing-Pass

MSc Environmental Studies, August, 1997 – December, 2000
University of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, USA
Science Courses: Atmospheric Science, Satellite Meteorology, Introduction to Biostatistics, Environmental Modeling, Climate Change, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry Laboratory, Nuclear and Radiochemistry, Environmental Biology: Geology Courses: Earth System Science, Coastal Issues and Processes
Public Policy Courses: Public Policy Process, Economic Theory for Policy Analysis, Case Studies in Environmental Issues, American Government: Risk Assessment Courses: Environmental Risk Assessment, Capstone Seminar

Post Graduate Diploma in Operational Hydrology, October, 1996 – July, 1997
Institute for Meteorological Training and Research, Nairobi, Kenya
Research project involved the examination of the El Nino phenomenon to determine if there was any correlation with weather patterns in Western Africa (e.g., African Teleconnections (El-Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and West Africa Rainfall): Courses included Hydraulics, Water Resources Assessment and Management

Post Graduate Diploma in Meteorology, October, 1990 – February, 1992
University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
Research Thesis (Application of Principal Component Analysis, Correlation and Regression Analysis to develop linear equation between weather variables and lake levels)

Bachelor of Science, Physics, August 1982 – June 1986
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

Computer Credentials: Proficient with the use of MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Project (Basic) ♦ Working knowledge of MATLAB software, DYRESM, MODELER 2 (visualization) and STELLA modeling software, Internet

Project Management Practicum (six weeks): Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML). Wiki web page software; IT project; October, 2005 – December, 2005
Contaminated and Hazardous Waste Site Management Certificate
Air Dispersion Modeling Workshop Certificate, Lakes Environmental, Toronto, Canada, September, 2005

Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 2005
Environmental Studies Association of Canada, 2005
International Association of Great Lakes Research, 2010

Volunteer Activities: Volunteer: East-side Men's Breakfast Club, Charleston, SC, USA, 1998-1999
Volunteer: Phone Operator, Campaign office of political candidate, York South, Toronto, Canada,Jan. 2006

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